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The Canterbury Tales

By: D. Laing Purves

PREFACE LIFE OF CHAUCER THE CANTERBURY TALES The General Prologue The Knight’s Tale The Miller’s tale The Reeve’s Tale The Cook’s Tale The Man of Law’s Tale The Wife of Bath’s Tale The Friar’s Tale The Sompnour’s Tale The Clerk’s Tale The Merchant’s Tale The Squire’s Tale The Franklin’s Tale The Doctor’s Tale...

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Heart of the Sunset

By: Rex Beach

A fitful breeze played among the mesquite bushes. The naked earth, where it showed between the clumps of grass, was baked plaster hard. It burned like hot slag, and except for a panting lizard here and there, or a dust-gray jack-rabbit, startled from its covert, nothing animate stirred upon its face. High and motionless in the blinding sky a buzzard poised; long-tailed Mexican crows among the thorny branches creaked and whistled, choked and rattled, snored and grunted; a...

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Crime Caravan

By: Maxwell Grant

HAPPY JACK began peeling the bank-roll the moment the big blue job swerved into the buying lot. Fifteen hundred dollars was a safe bet for a first glance appraisal, and to wave the cash with the offer was the set system of Happy Jack Smiley. If you want jack, see Jack was the slogan that went with Smiley's inch-square photograph in all the used car want-ads. So there was Happy Jack with his famous gold-toothed grin right beneath the big banner that stretched across the d...

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An American Politician

By: F. Marion Crawford

Excerpt: Chapter 1. Mrs. Sam Wyndham was generally at home after five o?clock. The established custom whereby the ladies who live in Beacon Street all receive their friends on Monday afternoon did not seem to her satisfactory. She was willing to conform to the practice, but she reserved the right of seeing people on other days as well.

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The Sea Horses

By: William Hope Hodgson

Excerpt: ?How was it you catched my one, granfer?? asked Nebby, as he had asked the same question any time during the past week, whenever his burly, blue?guernseyed grandfather crooned out the old Ballade of the Sea?Horses, which, however, he never carried past the portion given above. ?Like as he was a bit weak, Nebby b'y; an? I gev him a smart clip wiv the axe, ?fore he could bolt off,? explained his grandfather, lying with inimitable gravity and relish. Nebby dismount...

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