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The Thousand-And-Second Tale of Scheherazade

The Thousand-And-Second Tale of Scheherazade is a short story by American author Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe (born Edgar Poe; January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849) was an American author, poet, editor, and literary critic, considered part of the American Romantic Movement. Best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre, Poe was one of the earliest American practitioners of the short story and is generally considered the inventor of the detective fiction genre.

The Masque of the Red Death
The Masque of the Red Death Sented by Cameron

"The Masque of the Red Death", originally published as "The Mask of the Red Death: A Fantasy", is an 1842 short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe. The story follows Prince Prospero's attempts to avoid a dangerous plague, known as the Red Death, by hiding in his abbey. He, along with many other wealthy nobles, hosts a masquerade ballwithin seven rooms of the abbey, each decorated with a different color.

The Fall of the House of Usher

Edgar Allan Poe is one of the true greats, a masterful poet and word-smith, Edgar is considered by many to be one of the greatest poets and writers of all time.

The Devil in the Belfry
The Devil in the Belfry Sented by Luis

In an isolated town called Vondervotteimittis (wonder-what-time-it-is), the punctilious inhabitants seem to be concerned with nothing but clocks and cabbage.

In the Shadow of Edgar Allan Poe

A masterful collection of horror fiction by widely acclaimed authors whose contributions to the genre have been lost in the shadow of Poe, by one of America's foremost anthologists.

Never Bet the Devil Your Head
Never Bet the Devil Your Head Sented by Rebecca

"Never Bet the Devil Your Head", often subtitled "A Tale With a Moral", is a short story by American author Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1841. The satirical tale pokes fun at the notion that all literature should have a moral and spoofs transcendentalism. "Never Bet the Devil Your Head" is a clear attack on transcendentalism, which the narrator calls a "disease" afflicting Toby Dammit. The narrator, in fact, sends the bill for Dammit's funeral expenses to the transcendentalists, who refuse to pay because of their disbelief in evil. Despite specific mentions of transcendentalism and its flagship journal The Dial, Poe denied that he had any specific targets. Elsewhere, he certainly admitted a distaste for transcendentalists, whom he called "Frogpondians" after the pond on Boston Common. He ridiculed their writings in particular by calling them "metaphor-run," lapsing into "obscurity for obscurity's sake" or "mysticism for mysticism's sake." Poe once wrote in a letter to Thomas Holley Chivers that he did not dislike transcendentalists, "only the pretenders and sophists among them.

A Tale of The Ragged Mountains

"Stories for sleepless nights" is one of the best series containing only the best strange, occult, fantastic and obscure stories ever published. We take great pride in republishing stories, that have long been lost and are now available again for your Kindle reader. Prepare for stunning, mind-shaking, frightening and thrilling stories from all over the world.If you are interested in far more stories from this series just drop the words "Stories for sleepless nights" into the Amazon search field.

The Celestial Omnibus & Other Stories

Edward Morgan Forster was an English author best known for his writings concerning the early 20th century working class of Great Britain’s.

You Touched Me
You Touched Me Sented by Musa

You Touched Me (+Biography and Bibliography) (Matte Cover Finish):Two spinster sisters, quietly nursing their dying father in their family home, find their lives disrupted by the reappearance of a former charity boy, now a young soldier, whom their father had raised as a son.

The Woman Who Rode Away And Other Stories

This is the first volume of Lawrence's collected short stories. It contains thirteen tales set in both England and America, including "The Rocking-Horse Winner", Lawrence's most popular short story."The Woman who Rode Away" is a short story by D. H. Lawrence.

The Shadow in the Rose Garden

There is the simple but honest mine worker, who has taken on a wife who is 'above' him but who is struggling to understand her and her feelings for him.

The Shades of Spring
The Shades of Spring Sented by Cameron

The Shades of Spring (+Biography and Bibliography) (Matte Cover Finish):The Shades of Spring was written in the year 1914 by David Herbert Lawrence. This book is one of the most popular novels of David Herbert Lawrence, and has been translated into several other languages around the world.This book is published by Booklassic which brings young readers closer to classic literature globally."

The Princess
The Princess Sented by Rebecca

David Herbert Richards Lawrence (11 September 1885 – 2 March 1930) was an English novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, literary critic and painter who published as D. H. Lawrence.

The Captain's Doll
The Captain's Doll Sented by Rebecca

This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a contribution to the preservation and repair of original classic literature. In an attempt to preserve, improve and recreate the original content, we have worked towards: 1. Type-setting & Reformatting: The complete work has been re-designed via professional layout, formatting and type-setting tools to re-create the same edition with rich typography, graphics, high quality images, and table elements, giving our readers the feel of holding a 'fresh and newly' reprinted and/or revised edition, as opposed to other scanned & printed (Optical Character Recognition - OCR) reproductions.

New Eve and Old Adam
New Eve and Old Adam Sented by Musa

‘New Eve and Old Adam’ was written by D H Lawrence in 1912. It was the seventeenth of his sixty-seven short stories, all of which will be published individually in ebook format by the Blackthorn Press. The story is largely autobiographical, telling the simple tale of an argument between a husband and wife, reflecting the difficult time Lawrence and his new wife Frieda were having as they struggled to set the rules for their own relationship.

The Blind Man
The Blind Man Sented by Emma

Maurice Pervin, a world war veteran, has settled on a farm in the English Midlands after being blinded in combat during his second tour of army duty in Flanders. He and his wife, Isabel, have employed a tenant couple to manage the farm. Maurice discusses details of production with his manager and assists him with such tasks as attending to the domestic animals, while Isabel continues to review books for a Scottish newspaper. She is pregnant and the Pervins are both anxious about the child because their firstborn died in infancy during Maurice’s initial posting in France. During the year that the Pervins have been living on the farm, a wonderful intimacy has developed between them as Isabel has devoted herself to her husband’s needs, and their “connubial absorption” has effectively shut out the world beyond the farm.

Mother and Daughter
Mother and Daughter Sented by Cameron

Mother and Daughter (+Biography and Bibliography) (Matte Cover Finish):Mother and Daughter' can be read as one of Lawrence's diatribes against women. Two women do their best to get along without men but in the end, as Lawrence always proposed, a woman cannot be fulfilled without a dominant man, however unsuitable he may be.

Goose Fair
Goose Fair Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Goose Fair’ was written by D H Lawrence in 1910. It was the seventh of his sixty-seven short stories, all of which will be published individually in ebook format by the Blackthorn Press.

A Modern Lover
A Modern Lover Sented by Steve Bark

A Modern Lover (+Biography and Bibliography) (Glossy Cover Finish):"The road was heavy with mud. It was labour to move along it. The old, wide way, forsaken and grown over with grass, used not to be so bad. The farm traffic from Coney Grey must have cut it up.

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