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_ links .. .. miscellaneous .. __________________________________________________________ links .. HAUFF'S FAIRY TALES .. .. Tales of the Caravan, Inn, and Palace "Oh, how soon
Vanish grace and beauty's bloom;
Dost thou boast of cheeks ne'er paling,
Glowing red and white unfailing?
See! the roses wither all!" .. .. He graduated from the University, in 1824, with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy ??​ff .. „Dumme Fragen gibt es nicht! – Jede Frage wird beantwortet!“ .. .. Hans Christian Andersen .. .. .. .. The Six Swans - Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm .. .. .. Charles Perrault was a French writer who lived in the second half of XVII century .. Cinderella, Or The Little Glass Slipper - Fairy tale by Charles Perrault .. .. Jacob Ludwig Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm .. The Wild Swans - De vilde Svaner 1838 .. .. The Children of Lir .. .. A BRIEF HISTORY OF WOOD-ENGRAVING FROM ITS INVENTION BY JOSEPH CUNDALL .. .. Afterward is a short story by Edith Wharton. It was first published in the 1910 edition of The Century Magazine and in her books, The Collected Short Stories of Edith Wharton and Tales of Men and Ghosts, 1910 .. .. .. .. Author info: Edith Newbold Jones, 1862- 1937 wrote her first novel at the age of eleven, but her mother thought this was an unacceptable profession for a lady, and trained her to act properly in high society .. WRONG READING One afternoon, they take a hike and are high on a hill near their home when they spot a man walking up their driveway. Ned, thinking he recognizes him as one of the workmen he wants to talk to, rushes down to catch him, but it's too far. The man has disappeared before Ned gets there. ..​l .. Boyne, not having any sympathy for his partner, made the first move and enjoyed the glories of his new position. .. Tales Of Men And Ghosts .. In her long career, which stretched over forty years and included the publication of more than forty books .. .. Edith did not attend school; according to the custom of the day for well-to-do young women, she was taught at home by her governess and tutors​hy .. A naturally gifted storyteller, Wharton wrote novels and short fiction notable for their vividness, satire, irony, and wit .. As Wharton's biographer Shari Benstock noted, "Nothing in Edith Jones's background heralded her diverse creativity and abounding energy, nor was she encouraged her to develop her 'gift.'" Yet she did, through a force of character and imagination which enabled her to produce a body of work remarkable for its craft, its insight into human nature, and its depictions of the complex interactions between individuals and their limited social world, full of pitfalls and obstacles, in which they do or do not reach for meaning.,,1000017808,00.html .. anxiety over her marriage and societal roles likely contributed to the depression she was treated for in the 1890's and her hesitancy to publish work until she was 36. ?? .. I write this story of my life, first of all for my children – The fact is that we think our children know many things concerning which they know nothing at all. .. Svensk etymologisk ordbok .. a list of various names attributed to the goddess Freyja – The Spaewife, or the Queen's Secret (Baltimore, 1853), a novel featuring the Völva, a figure in Northern European pagan mythology – John Boyce (born in Donegal, Ireland, in 1810, died in Worcester, Massachusetts, 2 January 1864) was a novelist, lecturer, and Catholic priest, known under the assumed name of "Paul Peppergrass" .. When King Juba II returned to Mauritania, he sent an expedition to the Fortunate Isles. A fragment of the narratives of this expedition is found in the works of Pliny. The islands are described as lying south-west, six hundred and twenty-five miles from Purpurariae. – It is thought that Homer (6) obtained the idea of his Elysium in the Western ocean from the voyages of the Phenicians, who, as is well known, sailed regularly to the British Islands. .. The Religion of the Northmen –​religion%20of%20the%20northmen/i001_01.html RUDOLPH KEYSER translated by Barclay Pennock .. Myths of the Norsemen
From the Eddas and Sagas – .. .. The phrase "What a piece of work is a man!" comes from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Act II, Scene 2 .. The Shakespeare Manuscript (1959) Author: Arthur Porges .. The famous problem in number theory known as "Fermat's Last Theorem" has repeatedly received attention in fiction and popular culture – Arthur Porges' short story "The Devil and Simon Flagg" .. The Calabash of Coral Island and Other Early Stories – Arthur Porges .. The Unwilling Professor .. The Art of Logical Thinking - William Walker Atkinson .. he University of Adelaide – A Christmas Carol : The Miser's Warning / C. Z. Barnett and Charles Dickens .. .. The Young People's Wesley .. The name Alida is a Dutch baby name. In Dutch the meaning of the name Alida is: noble. .. .. Are you not surprised to find how independent of money peace of conscience is, and how much happiness can be condensed in the humblest home?—James Hamilton.

Breathes there a man with soul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said,
This is my own, my native land!
Whose heart hath ne'er within him burn'd,
As home his footsteps he hath turn'd,
From wandering on a foreign strand!
When home is ruled according to God's Word, angels might be asked to stay a night with us, and they would not find themselves out of their element.—Spurgeon.​les@17112@17112-h@17112-h-2.htm .. .. Reynard the Fox

Author: John Masefield .. Another ten years have passed since I ventured to publish my Memoirs, and, being once more at leisure, I have revised them in the light of the many criticisms public and private.
My habit has been to note in pencil the suggestions of critics, and to examine the substance of their differences; for critics must differ from the author, to manifest their superiority .. Anne of Ingleside
Author: L M Montgomery .. .. The Short Stories of H. G. Wells (1927)
Author: H. G. Wells .. Old Celtic Romances

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Translator: P. W. Joyce .. The Secret History of Queen ZARAH,

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Faithfully Translated from the Italian Copy now lodg'd in the Vatican at Rome, and never before Printed in any Language.

Albigion, Printed in the Year 1705. – At length, this great People (to whom, it must be owned, all Science has been infinitely indebted) hit upon the true Secret, by which alone a deviation from strict fact, in the commerce of Man, could be really entertaining to an improved mind, or useful to promote that Improvement. And this was by a faithful and chaste copy of real Life and Manners: In which some of their late Writers have greatly excelled.

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