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The Lady or the Tiger, mostly by Frank Stockton
The justice of a barbaric king leads a young man to decide between life and death. His choice is perfectly simple – choose either the lady or the tiger.
The Lost Phoebe, by Theodore Dreiser
Tormented to distraction by the death of his true love, an old man embarks on a quixotic quest to find her. A tale that is tragic yet tender, Theodore Dreiser demonstrates the power of a love that bridges the gap between life and death.
The Man Upstairs, by P.G. Wodehouse
P.G. Wodehouse gives us a delightful romantic comedy of two struggling artists who fantastically misunderstand each other.
The Minister's Black Veil, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Father Hooper was a mild voiced parson with a loving, gentle disposition. And when his parishioners see him coming to chapel with a mysterious black veil draped over his face, this simple curiosity raises a multitude of questions
The Offshore Pirate, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Ardita Farnam, flapper and demimondaine, has a feisty will and a fiery tongue. But when 7 hulking musicians seize her yacht while her rich uncle goes ashore, she soon discovers the limits of her persuasive powers, and a battle of wits begins.
Where Love Is, God Is, by Leo Tolstoy
Martin is an old cobbler with a good trade, but has had a hard life. His soul is now embittered against God. When he hears a mysterious voice calling him in the middle of the night, his soul seems to lighten and awake to answer the call.
Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte
Wuthering Heights follows the tumultuous lives of Catherine and Heathcliff, two young playmates who become soul mates.But when cruelty and snobbery seperate them, their wild natures literally consume them.
Young Goodman Brown, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
How long would you walk, if the Devil sauntered up to you of an evening, and journeyed alongside of you? Young Goodman Brown is led by the Devil to a midnight ritual, where fire, blood, and water change his opinions of the nature of humanity.
Youth, by Joseph Conrad
Marlowe tells a tale of his youth, before he ventured into the Heart of Darkness. After several false starts, he signs as second officer on a trading ship to Bangkok.
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