The World's Greatest Books — Volume 05 — Fiction by J. A. Hammerton and Arthur Mee

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Editor Hammerton, J. A. (John Alexander), 1871-1949
Editor Mee, Arthur, 1875-1943
Title The World's Greatest Books — Volume 05 — Fiction
Contents Maxwell Gray: Silence of Dean Maitland -- Gerald Griffin: The collegians -- John Habberton: Helen's babies -- Ludovic Halevy: Abbé Constantin -- Nathaniel Hawthorne: The scarlet letter -- House of the seven gables -- Robert Hichens: The garden of Allah -- Oliver Wendell Holmes: Elsie Venner -- Thomas Hughes: Tom Brown's schooldays. Tom Brown at Oxford -- Victor Hugo: Les misérables. Notre Dame de Paris. The toilers of the sea. The man who laughs -- Elizabeth Inchbald: A simple story -- G.P.R. James: Henry Masterton -- Samuel Johnson: Rasselas -- Maurice Jokai: Timar's two worlds -- Coulson Kernahan: A dead man's diary -- Charles Kingsley: Alton Locke. Hereward the wake. Hypatia. Two years ago. Water-babies. Westward ho! -- Henry Kingsley: Geoffry Hamlyn. Ravenshoe.
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Language English
LoC Class PN: Language and Literatures: Literature: General, Criticism, Collections
Subject Fiction
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EBook-No. 10993
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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