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Three words to novel readers; or, A short examination into the effect of Works of fiction on the mind

By: P. P.
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Inventions of the Idiot, The (dramatic reading)

By: John Kendrick Bangs
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The Education of Henry Appel and other stories

By: R. Joiner
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Ambassadors, The

By: Henry James
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Navil ki tarikh aur tanqid

By: Usain, Al Abbs, 1899-1969
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Extract From Captain Stormfield's Visit To Heaven (version 2)

By: Mark Twain

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The Squire of Beechwood, a true tale of Scrutator [pseud.]; Volume: 1

By: Horlock, Knightley William, 1802-1882
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Encantadas Or Enchanted Isles, The

By: Herman Melville

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The Squire of Beechwood, a true tale of Scrutator [pseud.]; Volume: 2

By: Horlock, Knightley William, 1802-1882
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二百十日 (Nihyakutouka)

By: Sōseki Natsume

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The Squire of Beechwood, a true tale of Scrutator [pseud.]; Volume: 3

By: Horlock, Knightley William, 1802-1882
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Cranford

By: Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

...nglish writer Elizabeth Gaskell. It was first published in 1851 as a serial in the magazine Household Words, which was edited by Charles Dickens. The fictional town of Cranford is closely modelled on Knutsford in Cheshire, which Mrs Gaskell knew well. The book has little in the way of plot and is more a series of episodes in the lives of Mary Smith and her friends, Miss Ma...

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The technique of the mystery story

By: Wells, Carolyn, D. 1942
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Framley Parsonage

By: Anthony Trollope

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The study of a novel

By: Whitcomb, Selden Lincoln, 1866-1930
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Diary of a Superfluous Man, The

By: Ivan Turgenev

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Traité de l'origine des romans

By: Huet, Pierre Daniel, 1630-1721
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Edison's Conquest of Mars

By: Garrett P. Serviss

...Edison's Conquest of Mars, by Garrett P. Serviss, is one of the many science fiction novels published in the nineteenth century. Although science fiction was not at the time thought of as a distinct literary genre, it was a very popular literary form, with almost every fiction magazine regularly publi...

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One hundred best novels condensed

By: Grozier, Edwin Atkins, 1859-1924; Lincoln, Charles Henry, 1869-1938; Wingate, Charles E. L. (Charles Edgar Lewis), b. 1861
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Master Comics: Issue 103

By: Fawcett Magazine
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The philosophy of fiction in literature; an essay

By: Thompson, Daniel Greenleaf, 1850-1897
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House to Let, A

By: Charles Dickens

Mystery, Fiction

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The philosophy of fiction in literature; an essay

By: Thompson, Daniel Greenleaf, 1850-1897
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Master Comics: Issue 70

By: Fawcett Magazine
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The philosophy of fiction in literature; an essay

By: Thompson, Daniel Greenleaf, 1850-1897
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Manhunt: Issue 4

By: Magazine Enterprises
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The technique of the novel; the elements of the art, their evolution and present use

By: Horne, Charles Francis, 1870-1942
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Man with Two Left Feet, and Other Stories, The

By: P. G. Wodehouse

Animals, Fiction, Humor, Short stories

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The technique of the novel; the elements of the art, their evolution and present use

By: Horne, Charles Francis, 1870-1942
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Heart of Darkness (version 2)

By: Joseph Conrad

Adventure, Fiction, Literature

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The technique of the mystery story

By: Wells, Carolyn, D. 1942
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Calling All Kids : Issue 20

By: Parents Magazine Institute
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The technique of the novel; the elements of the art, their evolution and present use

By: Horne, Charles Francis, 1870-1942
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Jack Armstrong : Issue 4

By: Parents Magazine Institute
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The technique of the novel; the elements of the art, their evolution and present use

By: Horne, Charles Francis, 1870-1942
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Thun'Da, King of the Congo: Issue 1

By: Frank Frazetta
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The technique of the novel; the elements of the art, their evolution and present use

By: Horne, Charles Francis, 1870-1942
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Desination Moon

By: Fawcett Magazine
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The novel: what it is

By: Crawford, F. Marion (Francis Marion), 1854-1909; Norwood Press. (1893) bkp CU-BANC

...; but they are not at present strong enough to stand against us, the army of fiction-makers, because we are many, and most of us do not know how to do... .... So far as supply and demand are con- cerned, books in general and works of fiction in particular are commodities and subject to the same laws, statu... ...milar case in the matter of novels. A man buys what purports to be a work of fiction, a romance, a novel, a story of adventure, pays his money, takes ... ...-book for practical sinners" and call either one a novel, no matter how much fiction it may contain. Words- 20 THE NOVEL worth tried the moral lesson... ...HAT rr is 25 OUT I perceive that although this little essay is not a work of fiction, I myself am falling into one of the errors which I have wished t... ...east supposed to have read. The advocate of a broader license in the English fiction of the future may answer that the whole body of novels already in... ...ossibly bad, mightily coarse to no purpose, but great nevertheless a Nero of fiction. But Zola's shadow, seen through the veil of the English realisti... ...mayreasonably be inquired whether the prevailing and still growing taste for fiction expresses a new and enduring want of educated men and women. The ... ...e novels in dialect are nothing more. But then, there are plenty of works of fiction written in ordinary Eng- lish which have not even that one merit,...

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Calling All Girls : Issue 64

By: Parents Magazine Institute
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