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  1. Vivian Grey
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1826 • 192,000 Words
  2. The Voyage of Captain Popanilla
    This narrative of an imaginary voyage was first published in 1827
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1827 • 33,000 Words
  3. The Adventures of a Brownie
    Dinah Craik • 1828 • 26,000 Words
  4. The History of England from the Accession of James II
    Thomas Babington Macaulay • 1828 • 1,066,000 Words
  5. The Young Duke
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1831 • 112,000 Words
  6. Sartor Resartus
    The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh
    Thomas Carlyle • 1831 • 80,000 Words
  7. The Rise of Iskander
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1833 • 26,000 Words
  8. Alroy
    The Prince of the Captivity
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1833 • 86,000 Words
  9. The Infernal Marriage
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1834 • 20,000 Words
  10. Venetia
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1837 • 164,000 Words
  11. Henrietta Temple
    A Love Story
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1837 • 142,000 Words
  12. The Pickwick Papers
    Charles Dickens • 1837 • 297,000 Words
  13. The French Revolution
    A History
    Thomas Carlyle • 1837 • 293,000 Words
  14. The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1837 • 60,000 Words
  15. Oliver Twist
    or, The Parish Boy's Progress
    Charles Dickens • 1838 • 162,000 Words
  16. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
    Containing a Faithful Account of the Fortunes, Misfortunes, Uprisings, Downfallings and Complete Career of the Nickelby Family
    Charles Dickens • 1839 • 329,000 Words
  17. Catherine
    A Story
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1840 • 69,000 Words
  18. The Second Funeral of Napoleon
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1840 • 17,000 Words
  19. The Old Curiosity Shop
    Charles Dickens • 1841 • 221,000 Words
  20. On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History
    Thomas Carlyle • 1841 • 87,000 Words
  21. Barnaby Rudge
    A Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty
    Charles Dickens • 1841 • 253,000 Words
  22. American Notes for General Circulation
    Charles Dickens • 1842 • 103,000 Words
  23. A Christmas Carol
    Being a Ghost Story of Christmas
    Charles Dickens • 1843 • 28,000 Words
  24. Past and Present
    Thomas Carlyle • 1843 • 102,000 Words
  25. Critical and Historical Essays
    Thomas Babington Macaulay • 1843 • 824,000 Words
  26. Martin Chuzzlewit
    The Life and Adventures
    Charles Dickens • 1844 • 336,000 Words
  27. Coningsby
    or, The New Generation
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1844 • 160,000 Words
  28. Barry Lyndon
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1844 • 128,000 Words
  29. Sybil
    or, The Two Nations
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1845 • 159,000 Words
  30. Notes on a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1846 • 65,000 Words
  31. Jane Eyre
    An Autobiography
    Charlotte Brontë • 1847 • 188,000 Words
  32. Tancred
    or, The New Crusade
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1847 • 163,000 Words
  33. Wuthering Heights
    Emily Brontë • 1847 • 119,000 Words
  34. The Macdermots of Ballycloran
    Anthony Trollope • 1847 • 170,000 Words
  35. Agnes Grey
    A Novel
    Anne Brontë • 1847 • 69,000 Words
  36. Dombey and Son
    Charles Dickens • 1848 • 354,000 Words
  37. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
    Anne Brontë • 1848 • 172,000 Words
  38. Vanity Fair
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1848 • 304,000 Words
  39. The Book of Snobs
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1848 • 65,000 Words
  40. The Kellys and the O'Kellys
    or, Landlords and Tenants
    Anthony Trollope • 1848 • 181,000 Words
  41. Shirley
    Charlotte Brontë • 1849 • 217,000 Words
  42. La Vendée
    An Historical Romance
    Anthony Trollope • 1850 • 179,000 Words
  43. The History of Pendennis
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1850 • 363,000 Words
  44. Merkland
    or, Self Sacrifice
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1850 • 168,000 Words
  45. Olive
    A Novel
    Dinah Craik • 1850 • 145,000 Words
  46. David Copperfield
    Charles Dickens • 1850 • 355,000 Words
  47. Antonina
    or, The Fall of Rome
    Wilkie Collins • 1850 • 168,000 Words
  48. Rambles Beyond Railways
    or, Notes in Cornwall taken A-Foot
    Wilkie Collins • 1851 • 62,000 Words
  49. Life of John Sterling
    Thomas Carlyle • 1851 • 87,000 Words
  50. Men's Wives
    By G. Fitz-Boodle
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1852 • 67,000 Words
  51. Basil
    Wilkie Collins • 1852 • 118,000 Words
  52. The Fitz-Boodle Papers
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1852 • 31,000 Words
  53. Lord George Bentinck
    A Political Biography
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1852 • 44,000 Words
  54. The History of Henry Esmond, Esq.
    A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne Written by Himself
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1852 • 191,000 Words
  55. Agatha's Husband
    A Novel
    Dinah Craik • 1853 • 140,000 Words
  56. Bleak House
    Charles Dickens • 1853 • 353,000 Words
  57. Villette
    Charlotte Brontë • 1853 • 195,000 Words
  58. Hide and Seek
    Wilkie Collins • 1854 • 162,000 Words
  59. A Child's History of England
    Charles Dickens • 1854 • 162,000 Words
  60. Hard Times
    Charles Dickens • 1854 • 103,000 Words
  61. The Newcomes
    Memoirs of a Most Respectable Family
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1855 • 370,000 Words
  62. The Rose and the Ring
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1855 • 30,000 Words
  63. The Christmas Books of Mr. M.A. Titmarsh
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1855 • 81,000 Words
  64. A Noble Life
    Dinah Craik • 1855 • 68,000 Words
  65. The Warden
    Anthony Trollope • 1855 • 72,000 Words
  66. After Dark
    Wilkie Collins • 1856 • 138,000 Words
  67. John Halifax, Gentleman
    Dinah Craik • 1856 • 179,000 Words
  68. The Shaving of Shagpat
    An Arabian entertainment
    George Meredith • 1856 • 92,000 Words
  69. The Dead Secret
    A Novel
    Wilkie Collins • 1856 • 141,000 Words
  70. The Days of My Life
    An Autobiography
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1857 • 156,000 Words
  71. Barchester Towers
    Anthony Trollope • 1857 • 198,000 Words
  72. The Frozen Deep
    Wilkie Collins • 1857 • 29,000 Words
  73. The Professor
    Charlotte Brontë • 1857 • 89,000 Words
  74. Little Dorrit
    Charles Dickens • 1857 • 337,000 Words
  75. Scenes of Clerical Life
    George Eliot • 1857 • 146,000 Words
  76. Doctor Thorne
    Anthony Trollope • 1858 • 218,000 Words
  77. The Laird of Norlaw
    A Scottish Story
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1858 • 158,000 Words
  78. The Three Clerks
    Anthony Trollope • 1858 • 218,000 Words
  79. Adam Bede
    George Eliot • 1859 • 221,000 Words
  80. The Queen of Hearts
    Wilkie Collins • 1859 • 147,000 Words
  81. The Woman in White
    Wilkie Collins • 1859 • 244,000 Words
  82. A Life for a Life
    Dinah Craik • 1859 • 161,000 Words
  83. The Virginians
    A Tale of the Last Century
    William Makepeace Thackeray • 1859 • 361,000 Words
  84. The Ordeal of Richard Feverel
    George Meredith • 1859 • 172,000 Words
  85. The Lifted Veil
    George Eliot • 1859 • 18,000 Words
  86. A Tale of Two Cities
    A Story of the French Revolution
    Charles Dickens • 1859 • 137,000 Words
  87. The Bertrams
    A Novel
    Anthony Trollope • 1859 • 224,000 Words
  88. Castle Richmond
    Anthony Trollope • 1860 • 206,000 Words
  89. Aaron Trow
    Anthony Trollope • 1860 • 12,000 Words
  90. The Mill on the Floss
    George Eliot • 1860 • 207,000 Words
  91. Sketches
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1860 • 46,000 Words
  92. Framley Parsonage
    Anthony Trollope • 1861 • 209,000 Words
  93. Silas Marner
    The Weaver of Raveloe
    George Eliot • 1861 • 71,000 Words
  94. Evan Harrington
    George Meredith • 1861 • 177,000 Words
  95. The House on the Moor
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1861 • 169,000 Words
  96. The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson
    By One of the Firm
    Anthony Trollope • 1862 • 70,000 Words
  97. Orley Farm
    Anthony Trollope • 1862 • 310,000 Words
  98. No Name
    Wilkie Collins • 1862 • 269,000 Words
  99. The Last of the Mortimers
    A Story in Two Voices
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1862 • 155,000 Words
  100. A Ride Across Palestine
    Anthony Trollope • 1863 • 16,000 Words
  101. Romola
    George Eliot • 1863 • 229,000 Words
  102. Utilitarianism
    John Stuart Mill • 1863 • 28,000 Words
  103. My Miscellanies
    Wilkie Collins • 1863 • 137,000 Words
  104. Salem Chapel
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1863 • 168,000 Words
  105. Mistress and Maid
    A Household Story
    Dinah Craik • 1863 • 111,000 Words
  106. Heart and Cross
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1863 • 47,000 Words
  107. Rachel Ray
    A Novel
    Anthony Trollope • 1863 • 143,000 Words
  108. The Fairy Book
    The Best Popular Stories Selected and Rendered Anew
    Dinah Craik • 1863 • 121,000 Words
  109. The Doctor's Family
    Chronicles of Carlingford
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1863 • 54,000 Words
  110. Brother Jacob
    George Eliot • 1864 • 17,000 Words
  111. The Perpetual Curate
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1864 • 195,000 Words
  112. Emilia in England
    (Republished as Sandra Belloni)
    George Meredith • 1864 • 188,000 Words
  113. The Small House at Allington
    Anthony Trollope • 1864 • 258,000 Words
  114. History of Friedrich II. of Prussia
    Frederick the Great
    Thomas Carlyle • 1865 • 1,268,000 Words
  115. Our Mutual Friend
    Charles Dickens • 1865 • 324,000 Words
  116. Rhoda Fleming
    George Meredith • 1865 • 156,000 Words
  117. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
    The Millenium Fulcrum Edition 3.0
    Lewis Carroll • 1865 • 26,000 Words
  118. Christian's Mistake
    Dinah Craik • 1865 • 68,000 Words
  119. Hunting Sketches
    Anthony Trollope • 1865 • 19,000 Words
  120. Miss Mackenzie
    Anthony Trollope • 1865 • 142,000 Words
  121. Can You Forgive Her?
    Anthony Trollope • 1865 • 316,000 Words
  122. Armadale
    Wilkie Collins • 1866 • 303,000 Words
  123. Travelling Sketches
    Anthony Trollope • 1866 • 19,000 Words
  124. Miss Marjoribanks
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1866 • 207,000 Words
  125. The Belton Estate
    Anthony Trollope • 1866 • 155,000 Words
  126. The Last Chronicle of Barset
    Anthony Trollope • 1867 • 345,000 Words
  127. A Search For A Secret
    A Novel
    G.A. Henty • 1867 • 170,000 Words
  128. Vittoria
    George Meredith • 1867 • 196,000 Words
  129. Lotta Schmidt and Other Stories
    Anthony Trollope • 1867 • 79,000 Words
  130. No Thoroughfare
    Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens • 1867 • 48,000 Words
  131. Madonna Mary
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1867 • 199,000 Words
  132. Nina Balatka
    Anthony Trollope • 1867 • 73,000 Words
  133. Great Expectations
    Charles Dickens • 1867 • 188,000 Words
  134. The Claverings
    Anthony Trollope • 1867 • 207,000 Words
  135. Linda Tressel
    Anthony Trollope • 1868 • 71,000 Words
  136. The Moonstone
    Wilkie Collins • 1868 • 195,000 Words
  137. Phineas Finn
    The Irish Member
    Anthony Trollope • 1869 • 263,000 Words
  138. He Knew He Was Right
    Anthony Trollope • 1869 • 343,000 Words
  139. The Mystery of Edwin Drood
    Charles Dickens • 1870 • 95,000 Words
  140. The Vicar of Bullhampton
    Anthony Trollope • 1870 • 209,000 Words
  141. Lothair
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1870 • 150,000 Words
  142. Man and Wife
    Wilkie Collins • 1870 • 233,000 Words
  143. Desperate Remedies
    A Novel
    Thomas Hardy • 1871 • 143,000 Words
  144. A Passionate Pilgrim
    Henry James • 1871 • 27,000 Words
  145. On the Pampas
    or, The Young Settlers
    G.A. Henty • 1871 • 88,000 Words
  146. The Adventures of Harry Richmond
    George Meredith • 1871 • 218,000 Words
  147. Ralph the Heir
    Anthony Trollope • 1871 • 213,000 Words
  148. Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite
    Anthony Trollope • 1871 • 71,000 Words
  149. Squire Arden
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1871 • 223,000 Words
  150. The Two Marys
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1872 • 86,000 Words
  151. The Golden Lion of Granpere
    Anthony Trollope • 1872 • 71,000 Words
  152. Poor Miss Finch
    Wilkie Collins • 1872 • 164,000 Words
  153. The Young Franc Tireurs
    and Their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War
    G.A. Henty • 1872 • 103,000 Words
  154. Under the Greenwood Tree
    or, The Mellstock Quire, A Rural Painting of the Dutch School
    Thomas Hardy • 1872 • 58,000 Words
  155. Ombra
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1872 • 168,000 Words
  156. Middlemarch
    George Eliot • 1872 • 318,000 Words
  157. At His Gates
    A Novel
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1872 • 192,000 Words
  158. Erewhon
    or, Over the Range
    Samuel Butler • 1872 • 84,000 Words
  159. The Eustace Diamonds
    Anthony Trollope • 1873 • 270,000 Words
  160. A Pair of Blue Eyes
    Thomas Hardy • 1873 • 130,000 Words
  161. The New Magdalen
    Wilkie Collins • 1873 • 103,000 Words
  162. Far from the Madding Crowd
    Thomas Hardy • 1874 • 137,000 Words
  163. Harry Heathcote of Gangoil
    A Tale of Australian Bush-Life
    Anthony Trollope • 1874 • 41,000 Words
  164. The Dead Alive
    Wilkie Collins • 1874 • 22,000 Words
  165. Lady Anna
    Anthony Trollope • 1874 • 140,000 Words
  166. The Little Lame Prince
    Dinah Craik • 1874 • 46,000 Words
  167. Phineas Redux
    Anthony Trollope • 1874 • 262,000 Words
  168. Madame de Mauves
    Henry James • 1874 • 32,000 Words
  169. The Little Lame Prince and His Travelling Cloak
    Dinah Craik • 1874 • 30,000 Words
  170. Beauchamp's Career
    George Meredith • 1875 • 195,000 Words
  171. Roderick Hudson
    Henry James • 1875 • 132,000 Words
  172. The Law and the Lady
    Wilkie Collins • 1875 • 142,000 Words
  173. Whiteladies
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1875 • 188,000 Words
  174. Early Kings of Norway
    Thomas Carlyle • 1875 • 37,000 Words
  175. The Way We Live Now
    Anthony Trollope • 1875 • 353,000 Words
  176. The Two Destinies
    Wilkie Collins • 1876 • 90,000 Words
  177. The Prime Minister
    Anthony Trollope • 1876 • 283,000 Words
  178. The Hand of Ethelberta
    A Comedy in Chapters
    Thomas Hardy • 1876 • 141,000 Words
  179. The Laurel Bush
    An Old-Fashioned Love Story
    Dinah Craik • 1876 • 37,000 Words
  180. Daniel Deronda
    George Eliot • 1876 • 311,000 Words
  181. The Curate in Charge
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1876 • 84,000 Words
  182. The Golden Butterfly
    Walter Besant and James Rice • 1876 • 176,000 Words
  183. Phoebe, Junior
    A Last Chronicle of Carlingford
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1876 • 157,000 Words
  184. The American Senator
    Anthony Trollope • 1877 • 208,000 Words
  185. The American
    Henry James • 1877 • 133,000 Words
  186. The House on the Beach
    A Realistic Tale
    George Meredith • 1877 • 32,000 Words
  187. Is He Popenjoy?
    Anthony Trollope • 1878 • 211,000 Words
  188. My Lady's Money
    An Episode in the Life of a Young Girl
    Wilkie Collins • 1878 • 54,000 Words
  189. The Return of the Native
    Thomas Hardy • 1878 • 142,000 Words
  190. Life and Habit
    Samuel Butler • 1878 • 85,000 Words
  191. The Europeans
    Henry James • 1878 • 59,000 Words
  192. An International Episode
    Henry James • 1879 • 27,000 Words
  193. Thackeray
    Anthony Trollope • 1879 • 64,000 Words
  194. A Beleaguered City
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1879 • 48,000 Words
  195. Impressions of Theophrastus Such
    George Eliot • 1879 • 58,000 Words
  196. Cousin Henry
    Anthony Trollope • 1879 • 71,000 Words
  197. Essays and Lectures
    Oscar Wilde • 1879 • 52,000 Words
  198. The Fallen Leaves
    Wilkie Collins • 1879 • 135,000 Words
  199. Hawthorne
    Henry James • 1879 • 54,000 Words
  200. A Rogue's Life
    Wilkie Collins • 1879 • 48,000 Words
  201. The Haunted Hotel
    A Mystery of Modern Venice
    Wilkie Collins • 1879 • 64,000 Words
  202. Daisy Miller
    A Study
    Henry James • 1879 • 21,000 Words
  203. The Egoist
    A Comedy in Narrative
    George Meredith • 1879 • 188,000 Words
  204. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevannes
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1879 • 34,000 Words
  205. An Eye for an Eye
    Anthony Trollope • 1879 • 71,000 Words
  206. John Caldigate
    Anthony Trollope • 1879 • 212,000 Words
  207. Evolution, Old & New
    Or the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with that of Charles Darwin
    Samuel Butler • 1879 • 108,000 Words
  208. Confidence
    Henry James • 1879 • 76,000 Words
  209. The Trumpet-Major
    John Loveday
    Thomas Hardy • 1880 • 114,000 Words
  210. Jezebel's Daughter
    Wilkie Collins • 1880 • 102,000 Words
  211. The Young Buglers
    A Tale of the Peninsular War
    G.A. Henty • 1880 • 103,000 Words
  212. The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1880 • 97,000 Words
  213. Endymion
    Benjamin Disraeli • 1880 • 171,000 Words
  214. The Tragic Comedians
    A Study in a Well-known Story
    George Meredith • 1880 • 61,000 Words
  215. The Duke's Children
    Anthony Trollope • 1880 • 224,000 Words
  216. Milly and Olly
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1881 • 49,000 Words
  217. The Chaplain of the Fleet
    Walter Besant and James Rice • 1881 • 162,000 Words
  218. The Cornet of Horse
    A Tale of Marlborough's Wars
    G.A. Henty • 1881 • 104,000 Words
  219. Ayala's Angel
    Anthony Trollope • 1881 • 219,000 Words
  220. A Laodicean
    A Story of To-Day
    Thomas Hardy • 1881 • 138,000 Words
  221. Dr. Wortle's School
    Anthony Trollope • 1881 • 77,000 Words
  222. The Black Robe
    Wilkie Collins • 1881 • 109,000 Words
  223. In Times of Peril
    A Tale of India
    G.A. Henty • 1881 • 107,000 Words
  224. The Revolt of Man
    Walter Besant • 1882 • 60,000 Words
  225. A Little Pilgrim
    Stories of the Seen and the Unseen
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1882 • 27,000 Words
  226. Cetywayo and his White Neighbours
    or, Remarks on Recent Events in Zululand, Natal, and the Transvaal
    H. Rider Haggard • 1882 • 108,000 Words
  227. Two on a Tower
    Thomas Hardy • 1882 • 94,000 Words
  228. Facing Death
    or, The Hero of the Vaughan Pit: A Tale of the Coal Mines
    G.A. Henty • 1882 • 72,000 Words
  229. The Fixed Period
    Anthony Trollope • 1882 • 69,000 Words
  230. The Boy Knight
    A Tale of the Crusades
    G.A. Henty • 1882 • 97,000 Words
  231. Kept in the Dark
    Anthony Trollope • 1882 • 75,000 Words
  232. All Sorts and Conditions of Men
    An Impossible Story
    Walter Besant and James Rice • 1882 • 163,000 Words
  233. New Arabian Nights
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1882 • 103,000 Words
  234. Marion Fay
    A Novel
    Anthony Trollope • 1882 • 209,000 Words
  235. Friends, Though Divided
    A Tale of the Civil War
    G.A. Henty • 1883 • 103,000 Words
  236. Hester
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1883 • 203,000 Words
  237. The Landleaguers
    Anthony Trollope • 1883 • 150,000 Words
  238. Treasure Island
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1883 • 68,000 Words
  239. Heart and Science
    A Story of the Present Time
    Wilkie Collins • 1883 • 132,000 Words
  240. The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid
    Thomas Hardy • 1883 • 33,000 Words
  241. The Ladies Lindores
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1883 • 220,000 Words
  242. Mr. Scarborough's Family by
    Anthony Trollope • 1883 • 212,000 Words
  243. Sir Tom
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1883 • 169,000 Words
  244. It was a Lover and his Lass
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1883 • 204,000 Words
  245. Jack Archer
    A Tale of the Crimea
    G.A. Henty • 1883 • 95,000 Words
  246. Under Drake's Flag
    A Tale of the Spanish Main
    G.A. Henty • 1883 • 108,000 Words
  247. An Old Man's Love
    Anthony Trollope • 1884 • 74,000 Words
  248. Miss Bretherton
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1884 • 59,000 Words
  249. An Unsentimental Journey through Cornwall
    Dinah Craik • 1884 • 42,000 Words
  250. A Little Tour in France
    Henry James • 1884 • 74,000 Words
  251. The Wizard's Son
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1884 • 225,000 Words
  252. Dawn
    H. Rider Haggard • 1884 • 190,000 Words
  253. With Clive in India
    or, The Beginnings of an Empire
    G.A. Henty • 1884 • 120,000 Words
  254. The Unclassed
    George Gissing • 1884 • 125,000 Words
  255. By Sheer Pluck
    A Tale of the Ashanti War
    G.A. Henty • 1884 • 97,000 Words
  256. In Luck at Last
    Walter Besant • 1884 • 62,000 Words
  257. Pandora
    Henry James • 1884 • 20,000 Words
  258. True to the Old Flag
    A Tale of the American War of Independence
    G.A. Henty • 1885 • 108,000 Words
  259. King Solomon's Mines
    H. Rider Haggard • 1885 • 82,000 Words
  260. Isabel Clarendon
    George Gissing • 1885 • 127,000 Words
  261. In Freedom's Cause
    A Story of Wallace and Bruce
    G.A. Henty • 1885 • 118,000 Words
  262. The Path of Duty
    Henry James • 1885 • 16,000 Words
  263. Diana of the Crossways
    George Meredith • 1885 • 154,000 Words
  264. The Young Colonists
    A Story of the Zulu and Boer Wars
    G.A. Henty • 1885 • 76,000 Words
  265. Georgina's Reasons
    Henry James • 1885 • 26,000 Words
  266. St. George for England
    A Tale of Cressy and Poitiers
    G.A. Henty • 1885 • 100,000 Words
  267. The Bostonians
    Henry James • 1886 • 161,000 Words
  268. She
    H. Rider Haggard • 1886 • 112,000 Words
  269. The Lion of the North
    A Tale of the Times of Gustavus Adolphus
    G.A. Henty • 1886 • 107,000 Words
  270. For Name and Fame
    or, Through Afghan Passes
    G.A. Henty • 1886 • 85,000 Words
  271. The Dragon and the Raven
    or, The Days of King Alfred
    G.A. Henty • 1886 • 82,000 Words
  272. Through the Fray
    A Tale of the Luddite Riots
    G.A. Henty • 1886 • 105,000 Words
  273. Demos
    George Gissing • 1886 • 200,000 Words
  274. A Country Gentleman and his Family
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1886 • 167,000 Words
  275. Through the Fray
    A Tale of the Luddite Riots
    G.A. Henty • 1886 • 105,000 Words
  276. The Guilty River
    Wilkie Collins • 1886 • 45,000 Words
  277. The Pension Beaurepas
    Henry James • 1886 • 19,000 Words
  278. The Evil Genius
    A Domestic Story
    Wilkie Collins • 1886 • 112,000 Words
  279. Jess
    H. Rider Haggard • 1886 • 111,000 Words
  280. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1886 • 26,000 Words
  281. Kidnapped
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1886 • 82,000 Words
  282. The Mayor of Casterbridge
    The Life and Death of a Man of Character
    Thomas Hardy • 1886 • 115,000 Words
  283. Eugene Pickering
    Henry James • 1887 • 19,000 Words
  284. The Bravest of the Brave
    or, with Peterborough in Spain
    G.A. Henty • 1887 • 92,000 Words
  285. Thyrza
    George Gissing • 1887 • 199,000 Words
  286. With Wolfe in Canada
    The Winning of a Continent
    G.A. Henty • 1887 • 123,000 Words
  287. Dead Man's Rock
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1887 • 90,000 Words
  288. The Woodlanders
    Thomas Hardy • 1887 • 135,000 Words
  289. The Merry Men and Other Tales and Fables
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1887 • 80,000 Words
  290. The Young Carthaginian
    A Story of The Times of Hannibal
    G.A. Henty • 1887 • 117,000 Words
  291. A Final Reckoning
    A Tale of Bush Life in Australia
    G.A. Henty • 1887 • 101,000 Words
  292. The Reverberator
    Henry James • 1887 • 54,000 Words
  293. Little Novels
    Wilkie Collins • 1887 • 150,000 Words
  294. Allan Quatermain
    H. Rider Haggard • 1887 • 106,000 Words
  295. A Study in Scarlet
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1887 • 44,000 Words
  296. Plain Tales from the Hills
    Rudyard Kipling • 1888 • 72,000 Words
  297. The Phantom 'Rickshaw, and Other Ghost Stories
    Rudyard Kipling • 1888 • 45,000 Words
  298. Robert Elsmere
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1888 • 291,000 Words
  299. Mr. Meason's Will
    H. Rider Haggard • 1888 • 67,000 Words
  300. The Black Arrow
    A Tale of Two Roses
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1888 • 80,000 Words
  301. The Lesson of the Master
    Henry James • 1888 • 24,000 Words
  302. In the Reign of Terror
    The Adventures of a Westminster Boy
    G.A. Henty • 1888 • 93,000 Words
  303. The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies
    Walter Besant • 1888 • 74,000 Words
  304. The Inner House
    Walter Besant • 1888 • 60,000 Words
  305. Soldiers Three
    Rudyard Kipling • 1888 • 92,000 Words
  306. For the Temple
    A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem
    G.A. Henty • 1888 • 121,000 Words
  307. The Legacy of Cain
    Wilkie Collins • 1888 • 121,000 Words
  308. Bonnie Prince Charlie
    A Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden
    G.A. Henty • 1888 • 112,000 Words
  309. Colonel Quaritch, V.C.
    A Tale of Country Life
    H. Rider Haggard • 1888 • 122,000 Words
  310. Maiwa's Revenge
    or The War of the Little Hand
    H. Rider Haggard • 1888 • 35,000 Words
  311. Orange and Green
    A Tale of the Boyne and Limerick
    G.A. Henty • 1888 • 95,000 Words
  312. A Life's Morning
    George Gissing • 1888 • 144,000 Words
  313. Wessex Tales
    Thomas Hardy • 1888 • 81,000 Words
  314. Sturdy and Strong
    or, How George Andrews Made His Way
    G.A. Henty • 1888 • 70,000 Words
  315. The Master of Ballantrae
    A Winter’s Tale
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1889 • 87,000 Words
  316. Neighbours on the Green
    My Faithful Johnny
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1889 • 176,000 Words
  317. Cleopatra
    H. Rider Haggard • 1889 • 103,000 Words
  318. Micah Clarke
    His Statement as Made to His Three Grandchildren Joseph, Gervas, and Reuben During the Hard Winter of 1734
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1889 • 178,000 Words
  319. A London Life and Other Tales
    Henry James • 1889 • 97,000 Words
  320. The Splendid Spur
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1889 • 74,000 Words
  321. For Faith and Freedom
    Walter Besant • 1889 • 163,000 Words
  322. The Curse of Carne's Hold
    A Tale of Adventure
    G.A. Henty • 1889 • 118,000 Words
  323. The Cat of Bubastes
    A Tale of Ancient Egypt
    G.A. Henty • 1889 • 122,000 Words
  324. Allan's Wife
    H. Rider Haggard • 1889 • 51,000 Words
  325. The Mystery of Cloomber
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1889 • 49,000 Words
  326. Captain Bayley's Heir
    A Tale of the Gold Fields of California
    G.A. Henty • 1889 • 114,000 Words
  327. The Nether World
    George Gissing • 1889 • 163,000 Words
  328. The Lion of Saint Mark
    A Story of Venice in the Fourteenth Century
    G.A. Henty • 1889 • 120,000 Words
  329. Tales of Daring and Danger
    G.A. Henty • 1890 • 33,000 Words
  330. With Lee in Virginia
    A Story of the American Civil War
    G.A. Henty • 1890 • 124,000 Words
  331. The World's Desire
    H. Rider Haggard and Andrew Lang • 1890 • 86,000 Words
  332. Indian Tales
    Rudyard Kipling • 1890 • 171,000 Words
  333. The Firm of Girdlestone
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1890 • 137,000 Words
  334. One of the 28th
    A Tale of Waterloo
    G.A. Henty • 1890 • 122,000 Words
  335. A Man of Mark
    Anthony Hope • 1890 • 38,000 Words
  336. Blind Love
    Wilkie Collins and Walter Besant • 1890 • 130,000 Words
  337. The Tragic Muse
    Henry James • 1890 • 210,000 Words
  338. The Emancipated
    George Gissing • 1890 • 144,000 Words
  339. The Sign of the Four
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1890 • 43,000 Words
  340. By Pike and Dyke
    A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch Republic
    G.A. Henty • 1890 • 125,000 Words
  341. Armorel of Lyonesse
    A Romance of To-day
    Walter Besant • 1890 • 161,000 Words
  342. The Picture of Dorian Gray
    Oscar Wilde • 1891 • 79,000 Words
  343. New Grub Street
    George Gissing • 1891 • 190,000 Words
  344. Intentions
    Oscar Wilde • 1891 • 59,000 Words
  345. By Right of Conquest
    or, With Cortez in Mexico
    G.A. Henty • 1891 • 141,000 Words
  346. Maori and Settler
    A Story of The New Zealand War
    G.A. Henty • 1891 • 101,000 Words
  347. The Chaperon
    Henry James • 1891 • 16,000 Words
  348. One of Our Conquerors
    George Meredith • 1891 • 162,000 Words
  349. By England's Aid
    or, The Freeing of the Netherlands, 1585-1604
    G.A. Henty • 1891 • 123,000 Words
  350. A Group of Noble Dames
    Thomas Hardy • 1891 • 69,000 Words
  351. Father Stafford
    Anthony Hope • 1891 • 46,000 Words
  352. The Marriage of Elinor
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1891 • 168,000 Words
  353. The Blue Pavilions
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1891 • 64,000 Words
  354. The White Company
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1891 • 151,000 Words
  355. The Light That Failed
    Rudyard Kipling • 1891 • 71,000 Words
  356. The Pupil
    Henry James • 1891 • 17,000 Words
  357. A Chapter of Adventures
    Through the Bombardment of Alexandria
    G.A. Henty • 1891 • 61,000 Words
  358. Eric Brighteyes
    H. Rider Haggard • 1891 • 108,000 Words
  359. Tess of the d'Urbervilles
    A Pure Woman
    Thomas Hardy • 1891 • 148,000 Words
  360. The Dash for Khartoum
    A Tale of the Nile Expedition
    G.A. Henty • 1892 • 136,000 Words
  361. The Gully of Bluemansdyke, and Other Stories
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1892 • 49,000 Words
  362. The Real Thing and Other Tales
    Henry James • 1892 • 67,000 Words
  363. Held Fast For England
    A Tale of the Siege of Gibraltar (1779-83)
    G.A. Henty • 1892 • 120,000 Words
  364. Denzil Quarrier
    George Gissing • 1892 • 80,000 Words
  365. I Saw Three Ships and Other Winter Tales
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1892 • 49,000 Words
  366. The Doings of Raffles Haw
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1892 • 38,000 Words
  367. Mr. Witt's Widow
    A Frivlolous Tale
    Anthony Hope • 1892 • 38,000 Words
  368. The Cuckoo in the Nest
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1892 • 155,000 Words
  369. The Great Shadow and Other Napoleonic Tales
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1892 • 50,000 Words
  370. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1892 • 104,000 Words
  371. Beyond the City
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1892 • 39,000 Words
  372. Nada the Lily
    H. Rider Haggard • 1892 • 117,000 Words
  373. The History of David Grieve
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1892 • 290,000 Words
  374. Born in Exile
    George Gissing • 1892 • 161,000 Words
  375. The Sorceress
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1893 • 150,000 Words
  376. Sir Dominick Ferrand
    Henry James • 1893 • 21,000 Words
  377. Beatrice
    H. Rider Haggard • 1893 • 111,000 Words
  378. Pagan Papers
    Kenneth Grahame • 1893 • 20,000 Words
  379. The Refugees
    A Tale of Two Continents
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1893 • 123,000 Words
  380. Old Lady Mary
    A Story of the Seen and the Unseen
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1893 • 27,000 Words
  381. Condemned as a Nihilist
    A Story of Escape from Siberia
    G.A. Henty • 1893 • 120,000 Words
  382. Half a Hero
    A Novel
    Anthony Hope • 1893 • 64,000 Words
  383. Island Nights' Entertainments
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1893 • 49,000 Words
  384. In Greek Waters
    A Story of the Grecian War of Independence (1821-1827)
    G.A. Henty • 1893 • 149,000 Words
  385. Beric the Briton
    A Story of the Roman Invasion
    G.A. Henty • 1893 • 146,000 Words
  386. A Change of Air
    Anthony Hope • 1893 • 56,000 Words
  387. Montezuma's Daughter
    H. Rider Haggard • 1893 • 151,000 Words
  388. David Balfour
    (Catriona)
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1893 • 102,000 Words
  389. Sport Royal, and Other Stories
    Anthony Hope • 1893 • 27,000 Words
  390. The Odd Women
    George Gissing • 1893 • 142,000 Words
  391. Through the Sikh War
    A Tale of the Conquest of the Punjab
    G.A. Henty • 1894 • 130,000 Words
  392. Life's Little Ironies
    A Set of Tales with Some Colloquial Sketches Entitled a Few Crusted Characters
    Thomas Hardy • 1894 • 78,000 Words
  393. Marcella
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1894 • 249,000 Words
  394. The Coxon Fund
    Henry James • 1894 • 23,000 Words
  395. Dorothy's Double
    G.A. Henty • 1894 • 142,000 Words
  396. Saint Bartholomew's Eve
    A Tale of the Huguenot Wars
    G.A. Henty • 1894 • 146,000 Words
  397. The Prisoner of Zenda
    Anthony Hope • 1894 • 54,000 Words
  398. Dolly Dialogues
    Anthony Hope • 1894 • 28,000 Words
  399. The People of the Mist
    H. Rider Haggard • 1894 • 147,000 Words
  400. Round the Red Lamp
    Being Facts and Fancies of Medical Life
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1894 • 68,000 Words
  401. Sir Robert's Fortune
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1894 • 174,000 Words
  402. Lord Ormont and His Aminta
    George Meredith • 1894 • 109,000 Words
  403. The Indiscretion of the Duchess
    Being a Story Concerning Two Ladies, a Nobleman, and a Necklace
    Anthony Hope • 1894 • 52,000 Words
  404. A Jacobite Exile
    Being the Adventures of a Young Englishman in the Service of Charles the Twelfth of Sweden
    G.A. Henty • 1894 • 115,000 Words
  405. In the Year of Jubilee
    George Gissing • 1894 • 134,000 Words
  406. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1894 • 88,000 Words
  407. The God in the Car
    Anthony Hope • 1894 • 69,000 Words
  408. The Chronicles of Count Antonio
    Anthony Hope • 1895 • 64,000 Words
  409. When London Burned
    A Story of Restoration Times and the Great Fire
    G.A. Henty • 1895 • 142,000 Words
  410. Almayer's Folly
    A Story of an Eastern River
    Joseph Conrad • 1895 • 63,000 Words
  411. Jude the Obscure
    Thomas Hardy • 1895 • 145,000 Words
  412. The Wonderful Visit
    H.G. Wells • 1895 • 38,000 Words
  413. The Amazing Marriage
    George Meredith • 1895 • 157,000 Words
  414. Frivolous Cupid
    Anthony Hope • 1895 • 30,000 Words
  415. The Stolen Bacillus and Other Incidents
    H.G. Wells • 1895 • 44,000 Words
  416. In the Heart of the Rockies
    A Story of Adventure in Colorado
    G.A. Henty • 1895 • 119,000 Words
  417. The Paying Guest
    George Gissing • 1895 • 28,000 Words
  418. The Time Machine
    H.G. Wells • 1895 • 33,000 Words
  419. A Girl of the Commune
    G.A. Henty • 1895 • 130,000 Words
  420. Wulf the Saxon
    A Story of the Norman Conquest
    G.A. Henty • 1895 • 131,000 Words
  421. Eve's Ransom
    George Gissing • 1895 • 55,000 Words
  422. The Importance of Being Earnest
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
    Oscar Wilde • 1895 • 21,000 Words
  423. The Golden Age
    Kenneth Grahame • 1895 • 37,000 Words
  424. The Story of Bessie Costrell
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1895 • 24,000 Words
  425. Comedies of Courtship
    Anthony Hope • 1896 • 59,000 Words
  426. Through Russian Snows
    A Story of Napoleon's Retreat from Moscow
    G.A. Henty • 1896 • 116,000 Words
  427. The Heart of Princess Osra
    Anthony Hope • 1896 • 62,000 Words
  428. In the South Seas
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1896 • 101,000 Words
  429. The Wheel of Chance
    A Bicycling Idyll
    H.G. Wells • 1896 • 55,000 Words
  430. Rodney Stone
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1896 • 92,000 Words
  431. Embarrassments
    Henry James • 1896 • 61,000 Words
  432. Uncle Bernac
    A Memory of the Empire
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1896 • 58,000 Words
  433. The Island of Doctor Moreau
    H.G. Wells • 1896 • 43,000 Words
  434. The Tiger of Mysore
    A Story of the War with Tippoo Saib
    G.A. Henty • 1896 • 137,000 Words
  435. The Wizard
    H. Rider Haggard • 1896 • 61,000 Words
  436. Black Heart and White Heart
    H. Rider Haggard • 1896 • 21,000 Words
  437. The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1896 • 74,000 Words
  438. An Outcast of the Islands
    Joseph Conrad • 1896 • 106,000 Words
  439. Jeanne D'Arc
    Her Life and Death
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1896 • 112,000 Words
  440. A Knight of the White Cross
    A Tale of the Siege of Rhodes
    G.A. Henty • 1896 • 144,000 Words
  441. Sir George Tressady
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1896 • 171,000 Words
  442. Rujub, the Juggler
    G.A. Henty • 1897 • 150,000 Words
  443. What Maisie Knew
    Henry James • 1897 • 94,000 Words
  444. The Queen's Cup
    G.A. Henty • 1897 • 108,000 Words
  445. Phroso
    A Romance
    Anthony Hope • 1897 • 96,000 Words
  446. Dracula
    Bram Stoker • 1897 • 162,000 Words
  447. The Whirlpool
    George Gissing • 1897 • 166,000 Words
  448. The Spoils of Poynton
    Henry James • 1897 • 70,000 Words
  449. Certain Personal Matters
    H.G. Wells • 1897 • 55,000 Words
  450. At Agincourt
    A Tale of the White Hoods of Paris
    G.A. Henty • 1897 • 121,000 Words
  451. With Cochrane the Dauntless
    A Tale of the Exploits of Lord Cochrane
    G.A. Henty • 1897 • 130,000 Words
  452. The Well-Beloved
    A Sketch of a Temperament
    Thomas Hardy • 1897 • 63,000 Words
  453. Captains Courageous
    A Story of the Grand Bank
    Rudyard Kipling • 1897 • 52,000 Words
  454. The Plattner Story, and Others
    H.G. Wells • 1897 • 77,000 Words
  455. The Invisible Man
    A Grotesque Romance
    H.G. Wells • 1897 • 48,000 Words
  456. On the Irrawaddy
    A Story of the First Burmese War
    G.A. Henty • 1897 • 107,000 Words
  457. Liza of Lambeth
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1897 • 38,000 Words
  458. The Nigger of the "Narcissus"
    A Tale of the Forecastle
    Joseph Conrad • 1897 • 54,000 Words
  459. The Turn of the Screw
    Henry James • 1898 • 42,000 Words
  460. Doctor Therne
    H. Rider Haggard • 1898 • 48,000 Words
  461. Helbeck of Bannisdale
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1898 • 137,000 Words
  462. The Town Traveller
    George Gissing • 1898 • 65,000 Words
  463. The Changeling
    Walter Besant • 1898 • 85,000 Words
  464. A Desert Drama
    Being The Tragedy Of The "Korosko"
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1898 • 46,000 Words
  465. Swallow
    A Tale of the Great Trek
    H. Rider Haggard • 1898 • 107,000 Words
  466. The War of the Worlds
    H.G. Wells • 1898 • 60,000 Words
  467. A Widow's Tale, and Other Stories
    Mrs. Oliphant • 1898 • 191,000 Words
  468. Noughts and Crosses
    Stories, Studies and Sketches
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1898 • 44,000 Words
  469. The Making of a Saint
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1898 • 72,000 Words
  470. Simon Dale
    Anthony Hope • 1898 • 111,000 Words
  471. Colonel Thorndyke's Secret
    G.A. Henty • 1898 • 133,000 Words
  472. A March on London
    Being a Story of Wat Tyler's Insurrection
    G.A. Henty • 1898 • 113,000 Words
  473. Dream Days
    Kenneth Grahame • 1898 • 39,000 Words
  474. Rupert of Hentzau
    From the Memoirs of Fritz von Tarlenheim
    Anthony Hope • 1898 • 83,000 Words
  475. With Frederick the Great
    A Story of the Seven Years' War
    G.A. Henty • 1898 • 123,000 Words
  476. Tales of Unrest
    Joseph Conrad • 1898 • 63,000 Words
  477. In the Cage
    Henry James • 1898 • 35,000 Words
  478. With Moore at Corunna
    A Tale of the Peninsular War
    G.A. Henty • 1898 • 133,000 Words
  479. The Human Boy
    Eden Phillpotts • 1899 • 46,000 Words
  480. Under Wellington's Command
    A Tale of the Peninsular War
    G.A. Henty • 1899 • 128,000 Words
  481. The Orange Girl
    Walter Besant • 1899 • 143,000 Words
  482. The Man Who Would be King
    Rudyard Kipling • 1899 • 14,000 Words
  483. Heart of Darkness
    Joseph Conrad • 1899 • 38,000 Words
  484. The Golden Canyon
    G.A. Henty • 1899 • 36,000 Words
  485. The Lost Heir
    G.A. Henty • 1899 • 120,000 Words
  486. The Crown of Life
    George Gissing • 1899 • 120,000 Words
  487. The Awkward Age
    Henry James • 1899 • 136,000 Words
  488. When the Sleeper Wakes
    H.G. Wells • 1899 • 82,000 Words
  489. Stalky & Co.
    Rudyard Kipling • 1899 • 64,000 Words
  490. At Aboukir and Acre
    A Story of Napoleon's Invasion of Egypt
    G.A. Henty • 1899 • 110,000 Words
  491. A Duet
    With an Occasional Chorus
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1899 • 67,000 Words
  492. Tales of Space and Time
    H.G. Wells • 1899 • 71,000 Words
  493. The King's Mirror
    Anthony Hope • 1899 • 100,000 Words
  494. Orientations
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1899 • 50,000 Words
  495. The Last Boer War
    H. Rider Haggard • 1899 • 74,000 Words
  496. Both Sides the Border
    A Tale of Hotspur and Glendower
    G.A. Henty • 1899 • 128,000 Words
  497. Among Malay Pirates
    A Tale of Adventure and Peril
    G.A. Henty • 1899 • 68,000 Words
  498. In the Hands of the Cave-Dwellers
    G.A. Henty • 1900 • 31,000 Words
  499. Old Fires and Profitable Ghosts
    A Book of Stories
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1900 • 83,000 Words
  500. The Fourth Generation
    Walter Besant • 1900 • 87,000 Words
  501. Lord Jim
    Joseph Conrad • 1900 • 132,000 Words
  502. Eleanor
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1900 • 150,000 Words
  503. Elissa
    or, The Doom of Zimbabwe
    H. Rider Haggard • 1900 • 54,000 Words
  504. Quisanté
    Anthony Hope • 1900 • 94,000 Words
  505. No Surrender!
    A Tale of the Rising in La Vendee
    G.A. Henty • 1900 • 112,000 Words
  506. A Roving Commission
    or, Through the Black Insurrection at Hayti
    G.A. Henty • 1900 • 126,000 Words
  507. Won By the Sword
    A Tale of the Thirty Years' War
    G.A. Henty • 1900 • 130,000 Words
  508. The Great Boer War
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1900 • 224,000 Words
  509. Complete Short Works
    George Meredith • 1900 • 169,000 Words
  510. Love and Mr. Lewisham
    H.G. Wells • 1900 • 64,000 Words
  511. Our Friend the Charlatan
    George Gissing • 1901 • 132,000 Words
  512. By the Ionian Sea
    Notes of a Ramble in Southern Italy
    George Gissing • 1901 • 40,000 Words
  513. In the Irish Brigade
    A Tale of War in Flanders and Spain
    G.A. Henty • 1901 • 128,000 Words
  514. The First Men in the Moon
    H.G. Wells • 1901 • 68,000 Words
  515. Anticipations
    of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human Life and Thought
    H.G. Wells • 1901 • 79,000 Words
  516. Falk
    A Reminiscence
    Joseph Conrad • 1901 • 30,000 Words
  517. Kim
    Rudyard Kipling • 1901 • 105,000 Words
  518. Lysbeth
    A Tale of the Dutch
    H. Rider Haggard • 1901 • 157,000 Words
  519. With Buller in Natal
    or, A Born Leader
    G.A. Henty • 1901 • 118,000 Words
  520. The Hero
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1901 • 71,000 Words
  521. The Sacred Fount
    Henry James • 1901 • 75,000 Words
  522. Out with Garibaldi
    A story of the liberation of Italy
    G.A. Henty • 1901 • 105,000 Words
  523. Erewhon Revisited Twenty Years Later
    Both by the Original Discoverer of the Country and by His Son
    Samuel Butler • 1901 • 86,000 Words
  524. Tristram of Blent
    An Episode in the Story of an Ancient House
    Anthony Hope • 1901 • 122,000 Words
  525. The Inheritors
    Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford • 1901 • 62,000 Words
  526. The War in South Africa
    Its Cause and Conduct
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1902 • 59,000 Words
  527. Typhoon
    Joseph Conrad • 1902 • 31,000 Words
  528. The Wings of the Dove
    Henry James • 1902 • 183,000 Words
  529. Youth
    A Narrative
    Joseph Conrad • 1902 • 13,000 Words
  530. The Sea Lady
    H.G. Wells • 1902 • 39,000 Words
  531. Just So Stories
    Rudyard Kipling • 1902 • 29,000 Words
  532. The Intrusions of Peggy
    Anthony Hope • 1902 • 107,000 Words
  533. The Little White Bird
    or, Adventures in Kensington Gardens
    J.M. Barrie • 1902 • 67,000 Words
  534. Mrs. Craddock
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1902 • 99,000 Words
  535. The End of the Tether
    Joseph Conrad • 1902 • 53,000 Words
  536. The Hound of the Baskervilles
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1902 • 59,000 Words
  537. At the Point of the Bayonet
    A Tale of the Mahratta War
    G.A. Henty • 1902 • 134,000 Words
  538. The Way of All Flesh
    Samuel Butler • 1903 • 164,000 Words
  539. The Adventures of Gerard
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1903 • 67,000 Words
  540. Pearl-Maiden
    A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem
    H. Rider Haggard • 1903 • 134,000 Words
  541. Lady Rose's Daughter
    A Novel
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1903 • 128,000 Words
  542. The Treasure of the Incas
    A Story of Adventure in Peru
    G.A. Henty • 1903 • 125,000 Words
  543. With the British Legion
    A Story of the Carlist Wars
    G.A. Henty • 1903 • 132,000 Words
  544. With Kitchener in the Soudan
    A Story of Atbara and Omdurman
    G.A. Henty • 1903 • 140,000 Words
  545. The Strand District
    Walter Besant and G.E. Mitton • 1903 • 26,000 Words
  546. The Jewel of Seven Stars
    Bram Stoker • 1903 • 90,000 Words
  547. Twelve Stories and a Dream
    H.G. Wells • 1903 • 73,000 Words
  548. As We Are and As We May Be
    Walter Besant • 1903 • 76,000 Words
  549. Mankind in the Making
    H.G. Wells • 1903 • 103,000 Words
  550. The Ambassadors
    Henry James • 1903 • 162,000 Words
  551. The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft
    George Gissing • 1903 • 62,000 Words
  552. The Beast in the Jungle
    Henry James • 1903 • 18,000 Words
  553. Nostromo
    A Tale of the Seaboard
    Joseph Conrad • 1904 • 170,000 Words
  554. Stella Fregelius
    A Tale of Three Destinies
    H. Rider Haggard • 1904 • 99,000 Words
  555. The Return of Sherlock Holmes
    A Collection of Holmes Adventures
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1904 • 112,000 Words
  556. The Golden Bowl
    Henry James • 1904 • 204,000 Words
  557. With the Allies to Pekin
    A Tale of the Relief of the Legations
    G.A. Henty • 1904 • 114,000 Words
  558. Veranilda
    George Gissing • 1904 • 117,000 Words
  559. The Food of the Gods
    and How It Came to Earth
    H.G. Wells • 1904 • 74,000 Words
  560. Double Harness
    Anthony Hope • 1904 • 120,000 Words
  561. The Brethren
    H. Rider Haggard • 1904 • 128,000 Words
  562. The Land of The Blessed Virgin
    Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1905 • 50,000 Words
  563. The Marriage of William Ashe
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1905 • 144,000 Words
  564. Will Warburton
    George Gissing • 1905 • 85,000 Words
  565. A Modern Utopia
    H.G. Wells • 1905 • 93,000 Words
  566. The Green Flag
    and Other Stories of War and Sport
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1905 • 75,000 Words
  567. Kipps
    The Story of a Simple Soul
    H.G. Wells • 1905 • 110,000 Words
  568. The Man
    Bram Stoker • 1905 • 106,000 Words
  569. Ayesha
    The Return of She
    H. Rider Haggard • 1905 • 116,000 Words
  570. Essays in the Art of Writing
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1905 • 22,000 Words
  571. In the Hands of the Malays, and Other Stories
    G.A. Henty • 1905 • 38,000 Words
  572. Tales and Fantasies
    Robert Louis Stevenson • 1905 • 50,000 Words
  573. A Servant of the Public
    Anthony Hope • 1905 • 103,000 Words
  574. Shakespeare's Christmas and Other Stories
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1905 • 69,000 Words
  575. The Delectable Duchy
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1906 • 55,000 Words
  576. A Soldier's Daughter, and Other Stories
    G.A. Henty • 1906 • 46,000 Words
  577. Benita
    An African Romance
    H. Rider Haggard • 1906 • 77,000 Words
  578. Fenwick's Career
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1906 • 99,000 Words
  579. Sophy of Kravonia
    Anthony Hope • 1906 • 88,000 Words
  580. The Bishop's Apron
    A study in the origins of a great family
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1906 • 66,000 Words
  581. In the Days of the Comet
    H.G. Wells • 1906 • 81,000 Words
  582. Through the Magic Door
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1906 • 47,000 Words
  583. The House of Cobwebs and Other Stories
    George Gissing • 1906 • 102,000 Words
  584. Captain Dieppe
    Anthony Hope • 1906 • 34,000 Words
  585. Sir Nigel
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1906 • 130,000 Words
  586. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens
    J.M. Barrie • 1906 • 22,000 Words
  587. The Mirror of the Sea
    Memories and Impressions
    Joseph Conrad • 1906 • 61,000 Words
  588. Puck of Pook's Hill
    Rudyard Kipling • 1906 • 58,000 Words
  589. Lectures on Modern History
    Lord Acton • 1906 • 123,000 Words
  590. The Poacher's Wife
    Eden Phillpotts • 1906 • 68,000 Words
  591. Helena's Path
    Anthony Hope • 1907 • 30,000 Words
  592. The Explorer
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1907 • 80,000 Words
  593. Fair Margaret
    H. Rider Haggard • 1907 • 104,000 Words
  594. The Secret Agent
    A Simple Tale
    Joseph Conrad • 1907 • 90,000 Words
  595. The History of Freedom, and Other Essays
    Lord Acton • 1907 • 228,000 Words
  596. Poison Island
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1907 • 85,000 Words
  597. Tales of Two People
    Anthony Hope • 1907 • 99,000 Words
  598. A Yellow God
    An Idol of Africa
    H. Rider Haggard • 1908 • 92,000 Words
  599. The Great Miss Driver
    Anthony Hope • 1908 • 105,000 Words
  600. Views and Reviews
    Henry James • 1908 • 49,000 Words
  601. The Ghost Kings
    H. Rider Haggard • 1908 • 123,000 Words
  602. The War in the Air
    H.G. Wells • 1908 • 97,000 Words
  603. A Set of Six
    Joseph Conrad • 1908 • 85,000 Words
  604. Essays on Life, Art and Science
    Samuel Butler • 1908 • 66,000 Words
  605. The Magician
    A Novel
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1908 • 75,000 Words
  606. Round the Fire Stories
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1908 • 102,000 Words
  607. The Jolly Corner
    Henry James • 1908 • 14,000 Words
  608. The Wind in the Willows
    Kenneth Grahame • 1908 • 60,000 Words
  609. The Testing of Diana Mallory
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1908 • 148,000 Words
  610. First and Last Things
    A Confession of Faith and Rule of Life
    H.G. Wells • 1908 • 55,000 Words
  611. The Secret Sharer
    Joseph Conrad • 1909 • 17,000 Words
  612. Tono-Bungay
    H.G. Wells • 1909 • 134,000 Words
  613. God the Known and God the Unknown
    Samuel Butler • 1909 • 16,000 Words
  614. Italian Hours
    Henry James • 1909 • 125,000 Words
  615. The Crime of the Congo
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1909 • 51,000 Words
  616. The Lady of Blossholme
    H. Rider Haggard • 1909 • 95,000 Words
  617. Daphne, or Marriage à la Mode
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1909 • 66,000 Words
  618. Ann Veronica
    A Modern Love Story
    H.G. Wells • 1909 • 96,000 Words
  619. The Patagonia
    Henry James • 1909 • 22,000 Words
  620. Queen Sheba's Ring
    H. Rider Haggard • 1910 • 102,000 Words
  621. Regeneration
    Being an Account of the Social Work of The Salvation Army in Great Britain
    H. Rider Haggard • 1910 • 57,000 Words
  622. The Finer Grain
    Henry James • 1910 • 53,000 Words
  623. Celt and Saxon
    George Meredith • 1910 • 68,000 Words
  624. Lady Merton, Colonist
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1910 • 72,000 Words
  625. Lectures on the French Revolution
    Lord Acton • 1910 • 129,000 Words
  626. Morning Star
    H. Rider Haggard • 1910 • 85,000 Words
  627. The Captain of the Polestar
    and Other Tales
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1910 • 84,000 Words
  628. The History of Mr. Polly
    H.G. Wells • 1910 • 68,000 Words
  629. Famous Impostors
    Bram Stoker • 1910 • 78,000 Words
  630. The Lair of the White Worm
    Bram Stoker • 1911 • 56,000 Words
  631. The Case of Richard Meynell
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1911 • 154,000 Words
  632. The Last Galley
    Impressions and Tales
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1911 • 75,000 Words
  633. The Outcry
    Henry James • 1911 • 54,000 Words
  634. Under Western Eyes
    Joseph Conrad • 1911 • 112,000 Words
  635. Mrs. Maxon Protests
    Anthony Hope • 1911 • 99,000 Words
  636. Peter Pan
    J.M. Barrie • 1911 • 48,000 Words
  637. Red Eve
    H. Rider Haggard • 1911 • 99,000 Words
  638. The New Machiavelli
    H.G. Wells • 1911 • 144,000 Words
  639. Floor Games
    A Companion Volume to "Little Wars"
    H.G. Wells • 1911 • 7,000 Words
  640. The Country of the Blind
    and Other Stories
    H.G. Wells • 1911 • 161,000 Words
  641. The Door in the Wall, and Other Stories
    H.G. Wells • 1911 • 43,000 Words
  642. The Mahatma and the Hare
    H. Rider Haggard • 1911 • 23,000 Words
  643. The Note-Books of Samuel Butler
    Samuel Butler • 1912
  644. 'Twixt Land and Sea
    Tales
    Joseph Conrad • 1912 • 71,000 Words
  645. A Personal Record
    Some Reminiscences
    Joseph Conrad • 1912 • 45,000 Words
  646. The Lost World
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1912 • 76,000 Words
  647. New Worlds for Old
    A Plain Account of Modern Socialism
    H.G. Wells • 1912 • 80,000 Words
  648. Marie
    An Episode in the Life of the Late Allan Quatermain
    H. Rider Haggard • 1912 • 105,000 Words
  649. Marriage
    H.G. Wells • 1912 • 146,000 Words
  650. The Fair Haven
    Samuel Butler • 1913 • 85,000 Words
  651. Chance
    A Tale in Two Parts
    Joseph Conrad • 1913 • 139,000 Words
  652. The Mating of Lydia
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1913 • 133,000 Words
  653. A Changed Man and Other Tales
    Thomas Hardy • 1913 • 87,000 Words
  654. The Coryston Family
    A Novel
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1913 • 86,000 Words
  655. A Small Boy and Others
    Henry James • 1913 • 99,000 Words
  656. The Passionate Friends
    H.G. Wells • 1913 • 101,000 Words
  657. The Man from Archangel
    and Other Tales of Adventure
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1913 • 68,000 Words
  658. Little Wars
    A Game for Boys from twelve years of age to one hundred and fifty, and for that more intelligent sort of girl who likes boys' games and books.
    H.G. Wells • 1913 • 15,000 Words
  659. The Poison Belt
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1913 • 29,000 Words
  660. News from the Duchy
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1913 • 63,000 Words
  661. Tales of Terror and Mystery
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1913 • 75,000 Words
  662. Child of Storm
    H. Rider Haggard • 1913 • 94,000 Words
  663. The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman
    H.G. Wells • 1914 • 126,000 Words
  664. The World Set Free
    A Fantasia of the Future
    H.G. Wells • 1914 • 65,000 Words
  665. Dracula's Guest
    Bram Stoker • 1914 • 58,000 Words
  666. The German War
    Some Sidelights and Reflections
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1914 • 28,000 Words
  667. Delia Blanchflower
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1914 • 109,000 Words
  668. The Valley of Fear
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1914 • 58,000 Words
  669. An Englishman Looks at the World
    Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks upon Contemporary Matters
    H.G. Wells • 1914 • 100,000 Words
  670. Wanderer's Necklace
    H. Rider Haggard • 1914 • 95,000 Words
  671. Within the Rim
    And Other Essays, 1914-15
    Henry James • 1915 • 17,000 Words
  672. A Young Man's Year
    Anthony Hope • 1915 • 114,000 Words
  673. Victory
    An Island Tale
    Joseph Conrad • 1915 • 117,000 Words
  674. Within the Tides
    Tales
    Joseph Conrad • 1915 • 61,000 Words
  675. Of Human Bondage
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1915 • 260,000 Words
  676. A Great Success
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1915 • 33,000 Words
  677. The Research Magnificent
    H.G. Wells • 1915 • 111,000 Words
  678. Allan and the Holy Flower
    H. Rider Haggard • 1915 • 120,000 Words
  679. What is Coming?
    A Forecast of Things after the War
    H.G. Wells • 1916 • 62,000 Words
  680. On the Art of Writing
    Lectures Delivered in the University of Cambridge, 1913-1914
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1916 • 65,000 Words
  681. The Ivory Child
    H. Rider Haggard • 1916 • 112,000 Words
  682. Mr. Britling Sees It Through
    H.G. Wells • 1916 • 139,000 Words
  683. Lady Connie
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1916 • 113,000 Words
  684. The Shadow-Line
    A Confession
    Joseph Conrad • 1917 • 40,000 Words
  685. The Soul of a Bishop
    H.G. Wells • 1917 • 79,000 Words
  686. Towards the Goal
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1917 • 50,000 Words
  687. Finished
    H. Rider Haggard • 1917 • 120,000 Words
  688. God the Invisible King
    H.G. Wells • 1917 • 40,000 Words
  689. The War on All Fronts
    England's Effort - Letters To An American Friend
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1917 • 51,000 Words
  690. War and the Future
    Italy, France and Britain at War
    H.G. Wells • 1917 • 61,000 Words
  691. The Middle Years
    Henry James • 1917 • 22,000 Words
  692. Missing
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1917 • 95,000 Words
  693. Elizabeth's Campaign
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1918 • 90,000 Words
  694. The New Revelation
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1918 • 20,000 Words
  695. A Writer's Recollections
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1918 • 108,000 Words
  696. Moon of Israel
    A Tale of the Exodus
    H. Rider Haggard • 1918 • 88,000 Words
  697. Love Eternal
    H. Rider Haggard • 1918 • 102,000 Words
  698. Danger! and Other Stories
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1918 • 57,000 Words
  699. In the Fourth Year
    Anticipations of a World Peace
    H.G. Wells • 1918 • 36,000 Words
  700. The Arrow of Gold
    A Story Between Two Notes
    Joseph Conrad • 1919 • 108,000 Words
  701. The Dealings of Captain Sharkey
    and Other Tales of Pirates
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1919 • 70,000 Words
  702. Helena
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1919 • 75,000 Words
  703. The Vital Message
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1919 • 29,000 Words
  704. Beaumaroy Home from the Wars
    Anthony Hope • 1919 • 50,000 Words
  705. The Moon and Sixpence
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1919 • 75,000 Words
  706. The Secret of the Tower
    Anthony Hope • 1919 • 51,000 Words
  707. Fields of Victory
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1919 • 57,000 Words
  708. When the World Shook
    Being an Account of the Great Adventure of Bastin, Bickley and Arbuthnot
    H. Rider Haggard • 1919 • 120,000 Words
  709. Harvest
    Mrs. Humphry Ward • 1920 • 77,000 Words
  710. The Rescue
    A Romance of the Shallows
    Joseph Conrad • 1920 • 134,000 Words
  711. Lucinda
    Anthony Hope • 1920 • 85,000 Words
  712. On the Art of Reading
    Arthur Quiller-Couch • 1920 • 63,000 Words
  713. The Outline of History
    Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind
    H.G. Wells • 1920 • 430,000 Words
  714. Smith and the Pharoahs
    and Other Tales
    H. Rider Haggard • 1920 • 83,000 Words
  715. The Ancient Allan
    H. Rider Haggard • 1920 • 89,000 Words
  716. The Salvaging of Civilization
    H.G. Wells • 1921 • 49,000 Words
  717. Notes on Life and Letters
    Joseph Conrad • 1921 • 78,000 Words
  718. The Trembling of a Leaf
    Little Stories of the South Sea Islands
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1921 • 75,000 Words
  719. Notes on My Books
    Joseph Conrad • 1921 • 36,000 Words
  720. The Wanderings of a Spiritualist
    Arthur Conan Doyle • 1921 • 82,000 Words
  721. She and Allan
    H. Rider Haggard • 1921 • 121,000 Words
  722. The Secret Places of the Heart
    H.G. Wells • 1922 • 64,000 Words
  723. The Virgin of the Sun
    H. Rider Haggard • 1922 • 98,000 Words
  724. On a Chinese Screen
    W. Somerset Maugham • 1922 • 51,000 Words
  725. Lady Barbarina, the Siege of London, An International Episode, and Other Tales
    Henry James • 1922 • 159,000 Words
  726. Tales of Hearsay
    Joseph Conrad • 1925 • 33,000 Words
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I have gathered into this volume several short fictions of the type I have already found it convenient to refer to as “international”—though I freely recognise, before the array of my productions, of whatever length and whatever brevity, the general applicability of that term. On the interest of contrasted things any painter of life and... Read More
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My Dear Little, Some five-and-thirty years ago it was our custom to discuss many matters, among them, I think, the history and romance of the vanished Empires of Central America. In memory of those far-off days will you accept a tale that deals with one of them, that of the marvellous Incas of Peru; with... Read More
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I am informed that in criticizing that literature which preys on strange people and prowls in far-off countries, under the shade of palms, in the unsheltered glare of sunbeaten beaches, amongst honest cannibals and the more sophisticated pioneers of our glorious virtues, a lady—distinguished in the world of letters—summed up her disapproval of it by... Read More
Little Stories of the South Sea Islands
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I don’t know whether I ought to offer an apology for this collection which has more to do with life than with letters. Its appeal is made to orderly minds. This, to be frank about it, is a process of tidying up, which, from the nature of things, cannot be regarded as premature. The fact... Read More
The present outlook of human affairs is one that admits of broad generalizations and that seems to require broad generalizations. We are in one of those phases of experience which become cardinal in history. A series of immense and tragic events have shattered the self-complacency and challenged the will and intelligence of mankind. That easy... Read More
Now I, Allan Quatermain, come to the weirdest (with one or two exceptions perhaps) of all the experiences which it has amused me to employ my idle hours in recording here in a strange land, for after all England is strange to me. I grow elderly. I have, as I suppose, passed the period of... Read More
and Other Tales
Scientists, or some scientists—for occasionally one learned person differs from other learned persons—tell us they know all that is worth knowing about man, which statement, of course, includes woman. They trace him from his remotest origin; they show us how his bones changed and his shape modified, also how, under the influence of his needs... Read More
Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind
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The following twelve lectures have this much in common with a previous twelve published in 1916 under the title "On the Art of Writing"—they form no compact treatise but present their central idea as I was compelled at the time to enforce it, amid the dust of skirmishing with opponents and with practical difficulties. They... Read More
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A Romance of the Shallows
Of the three long novels of mine which suffered an interruption, “The Rescue” was the one that had to wait the longest for the good pleasure of the Fates. I am betraying no secret when I state here that it had to wait precisely for twenty years. I laid it aside at the end of... Read More
Two old labourers came out of the lane leading to Great End Farm. Both carried bags slung on sticks over their shoulders. One, the eldest and tallest, was a handsome fellow, with regular features and a delicately humorous mouth. His stoop and his slouching gait, the gray locks also, which straggled from under his broad... Read More
Being an Account of the Great Adventure of Bastin, Bickley and Arbuthnot
Ditchingham, 1918. MY DEAR CURZON, More than thirty years ago you tried to protect me, then a stranger to you, from one of the falsest and most malignant accusations ever made against a writer. So complete was your exposure of the methods of those at work to blacken a person whom they knew to be... Read More
May 26th. It is a bold thing, I fear, to offer the public yet more letters based on a journey through the battle-fields of France—especially at a moment when impressions are changing so fast, when the old forms of writing about the war seem naturally out of date, or even distasteful, and the new are... Read More
"Just in time, wasn't it?" asked Mary Arkroyd. "Two days before the—the ceremony! Mercifully it had all been kept very quiet, because it was only three months since poor Gilly was killed. I forget whether you ever met Gilly? My half-brother, you know?" "Only once—in Collingham Gardens. He had an exeat, and dashed in one... Read More
I confess that when first I made acquaintance with Charles Strickland I never for a moment discerned that there was in him anything out of the ordinary. Yet now few will be found to deny his greatness. I do not speak of that greatness which is achieved by the fortunate politician or the successful soldier;... Read More
"Just in time, wasn't it?" asked Mary Arkroyd. "Two days before the—the ceremony! Mercifully it had all been kept very quiet, because it was only three months since poor Gilly was killed. I forget whether you ever met Gilly? My half-brother, you know?" "Only once—in Collingham Gardens. He had an exeat, and dashed in one... Read More
"I don't care a hang about the Middle Classes!" said Lord Buntingford, resting his head on his hand, and slowly drawing a pen over a printed sheet that lay before him. The sheet was headed "Middle Class Defence League," and was an appeal to whom it might concern to join the founders of the League... Read More
In "The New Revelation" the first dawn of the coming change has been described. In "The Vital Message" the sun has risen higher, and one sees more clearly and broadly what our new relations with the Unseen may be. As I look into the future of the human race I am reminded of how once,... Read More
A Story Between Two Notes
The pages which follow have been extracted from a pile of manuscript which was apparently meant for the eye of one woman only. She seems to have been the writer’s childhood’s friend. They had parted as children, or very little more than children. Years passed. Then something recalled to the woman the companion of her... Read More
and Other Tales of Pirates
When the great wars of the Spanish Succession had been brought to an end by the Treaty of Utrecht, the vast number of privateers which had been fitted out by the contending parties found their occupation gone. Some took to the more peaceful but less lucrative ways of ordinary commerce, others were absorbed into the... Read More
Anticipations of a World Peace
In the latter half of 1914 a few of us were writing that this war was a "War of Ideas." A phrase, "The War to end War," got into circulation, amidst much sceptical comment. It was a phrase powerful enough to sway many men, essentially pacifists, towards taking an active part in the war against... Read More
The Title story of this volume was written about eighteen months before the outbreak of the war, and was intended to direct public attention to the great danger which threatened this country. It is a matter of history how fully this warning has been justified and how, even down to the smallest details, the prediction... Read More
More than thirty years ago two atoms of the eternal Energy sped forth from the heart of it which we call God, and incarnated themselves in the human shapes that were destined to hold them for a while, as vases hold perfumes, or goblets wine, or as sparks of everlasting radium inhabit the bowels of... Read More
A Tale of the Exodus
This book suggests that the real Pharaoh of the Exodus was not Meneptah or Merenptah, son of Rameses the Great, but the mysterious usurper, Amenmeses, who for a year or two occupied the throne between the death of Meneptah and the accession of his son the heir-apparent, the gentle-natured Seti II. Of the fate of... Read More
Do we all become garrulous and confidential as we approach the gates of old age? Is it that we instinctively feel, and cannot help asserting, our one advantage over the younger generation, which has so many over us?--the one advantage of time! After all, it is not disputable that we have lived longer than they.... Read More
To all the brave men and women, humble or learned, who have the moral courage during seventy years to face ridicule or worldly disadvantage in order to testify to an all-important truth. March, 1918 Many more philosophic minds than mine have thought over the religious side of this subject and many more scientific brains have... Read More
This book was finished in April 1918, and represents the mood of a supremely critical moment in the war. M. A. W. 'Remember, Slater, if I am detained, that I am expecting the two gentlemen from the War Agricultural Committee at six, and Captain Mills of the Red Cross is coming to dine and sleep.... Read More
'Shall I set the tea, Miss?' Miss Cookson turned from the window. 'Yes—bring it up—except the tea of course—they ought to be here at any time.' 'And Mrs. Weston wants to know what time supper's to be?' The fair-haired girl speaking was clearly north-country. She pronounced the 'u' in 'supper,' as though it were the... Read More
The following pages represent all that Henry James lived to write of a volume of autobiographical reminiscences to which he had given the name of one of his own short stories, The Middle Years. It was designed to follow on Notes of a Son and Brother and to extend to about the same length. The... Read More
Italy, France and Britain at War
One of the minor peculiarities of this unprecedented war is the Tour of the Front. After some months of suppressed information—in which even the war correspondent was discouraged to the point of elimination—it was discovered on both sides that this was a struggle in which Opinion was playing a larger and more important part than... Read More
England's Effort - Letters To An American Friend
That is the question which Mrs. Ward, replying to some doubts and queries of an American friend, has undertaken to answer in this series of letters, and every one who reads them will admit that her answer is as complete and triumphant as it is thrilling. Nobody but a woman, an Englishwoman of warm heart,... Read More
This book sets out as forcibly and exactly as possible the religious belief of the writer. That belief is not orthodox Christianity; it is not, indeed, Christianity at all; its core nevertheless is a profound belief in a personal and intimate God. There is nothing in its statements that need shock or offend anyone who... Read More
Ditchingham House, Norfolk, May, 1917. My dear Roosevelt,— You are, I know, a lover of old Allan Quatermain, one who understands and appreciates the views of life and the aspirations that underlie and inform his manifold adventures. Therefore, since such is your kind wish, in memory of certain hours wherein both of us found true... Read More
To ANDRÉ CHEVRILLON True Son of France True Friend of England I dedicate this book. England has in this war reached a height of achievement loftier than that which she attained in the struggle with Napoleon; and she has reached that height in a far shorter period. Her giant effort, crowned with a success as... Read More
A Confession
Only the young have such moments. I don’t mean the very young. No. The very young have, properly speaking, no moments. It is the privilege of early youth to live in advance of its days in all the beautiful continuity of hope which knows no pauses and no introspection. One closes behind one the little... Read More
IT was a scene of bitter disputation. A hawk-nosed young man with a pointing finger was prominent. His face worked violently, his lips moved very rapidly, but what he said was inaudible. Behind him the little rufous man with the big eyes twitched at his robe and offered suggestions. And behind these two clustered a... Read More
"Well, now we've done all we can, and all I mean to do," said Alice Hooper, with a pettish accent of fatigue. "Everything's perfectly comfortable, and if she doesn't like it, we can't help it. I don't know why we make such a fuss." The speaker threw herself with a gesture of fatigue into a... Read More
It was the sixth day of Mr. Direck's first visit to England, and he was at his acutest perception of differences. He found England in every way gratifying and satisfactory, and more of a contrast with things American than he had ever dared to hope. He had promised himself this visit for many years, but... Read More
Now I, Allan Quatermain, come to the story of what was, perhaps, one of the strangest of all the adventures which have befallen me in the course of a life that so far can scarcely be called tame or humdrum. Amongst many other things it tells of the war against the Black Kendah people and... Read More
Lectures Delivered in the University of Cambridge, 1913-1914
To John Hay Lobban By recasting these lectures I might with pains have turned them into a smooth treatise. But I prefer to leave them (bating a very few corrections and additions) as they were delivered. If, as the reader will all too easily detect, they abound no less in repetitions than in arguments dropped... Read More
A Forecast of Things after the War
Prophecy may vary between being an intellectual amusement and a serious occupation; serious not only in its intentions, but in its consequences. For it is the lot of prophets who frighten or disappoint to be stoned. But for some of us moderns, who have been touched with the spirit of science, prophesying is almost a... Read More
I do not suppose that anyone who knows the name of Allan Quatermain would be likely to associate it with flowers, and especially with orchids. Yet as it happens it was once my lot to take part in an orchid hunt of so remarkable a character that I think its details should not be lost.... Read More
The story of William Porphyry Benham is the story of a man who was led into adventure by an idea. It was an idea that took possession of his imagination quite early in life, it grew with him and changed with him, it interwove at last completely with his being. His story is its story.... Read More