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- Abraham Lincoln by James Russell Lowell
- Action Front by Boyd Cable
Several short stories based on real events in WWI that try to give
a sense of what it was like for the people on the front lines.
- Adventure by Jack London
- Adventure of Wisteria Lodge, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventure of the Cardboard Box, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventure of the Devil's Foot, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventure of the Dying Detective, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventure of the Red Circle, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boone, The by John Filson
The adventures of Col. Daniel Boon;
containing a Narrative of the Wars of Kentucky,
from The Discovery and Settlement of Kentucky.
- Adventures of Gerard, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
- Adventures of Old Mr. Toad, The by Thornton W. Burgess
- Adventures of Pinocchio, The by C. Collodi
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Aesop's Fables by Aesop
82 short fables, many you will recognize from your own childhood, like Wolf in Sheeps Clothing, and the Fox and the Grapes.
- Age of Innocence, The by Edith Wharton
A story of the upper classes of Old New York, where everybody has to play the accepted role to be welcome.
- Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp by Unknown
- Alexander's Bridge by Willa Cather
A story about a doomed love affair and the lives it destroys. Cather's first novel, it is heavy with symbolism and melodramatic action.
- Alexandria And Her Schools by Charles Kingsley
- Altar of the Dead, The by Henry James
- An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce
The last thoughts of a Southern planter captured and condemned to die by
- Ancien Regime, The by Charles Kingsley
- Angel Of The Revolution, The by George Chetwynd Griffith
To-night that spark was to be shaken from the torch of Revolution, and
to-morrow the first of the mines would explode...the armies of Europe would
fight their way through the greatest war that the world had ever seen.
- Ann Veronica by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
A story of a young woman coming of age and discovering her heart's desire.
- Anne Of Avonlea by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Sequel to Anne of Green Gables. Anne becomes a schoolteacher.
- Anne Of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
First in a series of books about Anne. The story starts when Anne, an eleven year old orphan is sent to live on a farm with a middle-aged sister and brother.
- Anne of the Island by Lucy Maud Montgomery
More of the Anne of Green Gables series. Anne goes to college.
- Anne's House of Dreams by Lucy Maud Montgomery
More of the Anne of Green Gables series. Ann prepares for her wedding and travels to Prince Edward Island.
- Anthem by Ayn Rand
Set in a future that has lost much knowledge about technology and shuns individuality, a man and a woman break free from the bonds of conformity.
- Apology by Plato
- Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne
Classic story about the adventures of Phineas Fogg as the circle the world in order to win a bet. the whole time he is being trailed by a detective who thinks he is a bank robber.
- At the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Science fiction story about an Iron Mole, like a submarine for land that breaks and takes its passengers into Inner Earth, inhabited by strange creatures.
- Awakening and Selected Short Stories, The by Kate Chopin
A collection of nine short stories including "Desiree's Baby", "Beyond the Bayou", "A Pair of Silk Stockings", "The Locket", and "A reflection".
- Battle of Life, The by Charles Dickens
- Beast in the Jungle, The by Henry James
- Bedford-Row Conspiracy, The by William Makepeace Thackeray
- Blue Flower, The by Henry van Dyke
- Bridge-Builders, The by Mark Twain
- Bunner Sisters by Edith Wharton
- Buttered Side Down by Edna Ferber
A dozen short stories.
- Call of the Wild, The by Jack London
A story of both dog and mans struggle for survival in the brutal arctic.
- Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven by Mark Twain
A humorous look at a heaven where almost everyone gets in and has their dreams fulfilled -- until those dreams conflict with each other.
- Captain of the Polestar, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Carry On by Coningsby Dawson
A collection of personal letters from the author to various people.
It records how the dreadful yet heroic realities of war
affect an unusually sensitive mind, long trained in moral and romantic
idealism; and the process by which this mind adapts itself to unanticipated
and incredible conditions.
- Cask of Amontillado, The by Edgar Allan Poe
- Child of Storm by H. Rider Haggard
- Chimes, The by Charles Dickens
- Christmas Carol, A by Charles Dickens
- Chronicles of Avonlea by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Twelve short stories of secret hopes and dreams. Continues the Anne of Green Gables series.
- Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper and other Stories, by Unknown
- Club of Queer Trades, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
Chesterton's first mystery
about a club who's membership requirement is to create a brand-new profession.
- Common Sense by Thomas Paine
Common Sense was one of the definitive works that backed the American
- Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court, A by Mark Twain
A Yankee gets carried back to the time of King Arthur. Contrasts democracy with a feudal monarchy.
- Constitution Of The United States Of America, 1787, The by Various
- Country of the Pointed Firs, The by Sarah Orne Jewett
The narrator brings to life these New England characters with rich descriptions and strong dialect. It
harkens back to a simpler, more peaceful time.
- Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell
Based on stories from her childhood, Gaskell offers an ironic commentary on early victorian life in a country town.
- Creatures That Once Were Men by Maxim Gorky
- Cricket on the Hearth, The by Charles Dickens
The cricket reflects the mood of the household where it lives, it chirps when times are good and is silent when
things go sour.
- Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley
Huxley's first novel about the love affair of Denis Stone and Anne Wimbush, who's uncle throws a party at his estate, bringing together a humorous cast of characters.
- Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, The by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Benjamin Button is born looking like a 70 year old man and progressivly gets younger as time goes by, gets married, has children, and eventually is younger than his own son.
- Daisy Miller by Henry James
The book's title character travels to Europe and is courted by another American living abroad. The book contrasts American innocence with European sophistication to examine social conventions.
- Damaged Goods by Upton Sinclair
A novelization of the play "Les Avaries" about sexual imorality, by Eugene Brieux
- Dark Night's Work, A by Elizabeth Gaskell
A macabre collection of short fiction.
- Dawn O'Hara by Edna Ferber
- Dawn of A To-morrow, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Dead Men Tell No Tales by E. W. Hornung
- Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, The by Thomas Jefferson
- Defense of Enthusiasm, A by Henry Theodore Tuckerman
Let us recognize the beauty and power of true enthusiasm; and
whatever we may do to enlighten ourselves and others, guard
against checking or chilling a single earnest sentiment.
- Devil And Tom Walker, The by Washington Irving
However Tom might have felt disposed to sell himself to the devil, he was determined not to do so to oblige his wife.
- Devil's Ford by Bret Harte
- Dickory Cronke by Daniel Defoe
- Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Doctor Marigold by Charles Dickens
- Door in the Wall And Other Stories, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
Eight Short Stories
- Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz by L. Frank Baum
The fourth book in the series.
Dorthy gets sucked to the center of the Earth and has to make her way back to OZ.
- Dr. Heidegger's Experiment by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Water from the fountain of youth makes a group of people young, but for how long, and at what cost?
- Dracula by Bram Stoker
The classic story of the gothic vampire.
- Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne
A group of civil war veterans become obsessed with creating a giant cannon capable of shooting a space-bullet with a human cargo to the moon.
- El Dorado by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
Another novel in the series about the Scarlet Pimpernel. Chauvelin is again plotting to capture Sir Percy with disastrous consequences if he suceeds.
- Emerald City of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
The evil Nome King tunnels under the
Emerald City to destroy it.
- Emile Zola by William Dean Howells
- Europeans, The by Henry James
A tale of two worlds colliding. Eugenia, an American expatriate and her brother Felix visit Boston to arrange a second marriage for Eugenia.
- Evergreens by Jerome K. Jerome
- Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business by Daniel Defoe
- Faith of Men, The by Jack London
Eight short stories.
- Fall of the House of Usher, The by Edgar Allan Poe
- Federalist No. 10 by Publius
Federalist Papers Number 10. The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection.
- Federalist No. 51 by Publius
Federalist Papers Number 51. The Structure of the Government Must Furnish the Proper Checks and Balances.
- Fire-Tongue by Sax Rohmer
- First Hundred Thousand, The by Ian Hay
Captain Beith enlisted at the first outbreak of
hostilities in the summer of 1914. After training he accompanied
his regiment to the front in April, and, as his narrative discloses,
immediately saw some very active service. In the
offensive of September, Captain Beith's division was badly cut up and
seriously reduced in numbers.
- First Inaugural Address by George W. Bush
Saturday, January 20, 2001
- First Inaugural Address by Grover Cleveland
Wednesday, March 4, 1885
- First Inaugural Address by William Jefferson Clinton
Wednesday, January 20, 1993
- First Inaugural Address by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Tuesday, January 20, 1953
- First Inaugural Address by Ulysses S. Grant
Thursday, March 4, 1869
- First Inaugural Address by Andrew Jackson
Wednesday, March 4, 1829
- First Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
Monday, March 4, 1861
- First Inaugural Address by James Madison
Saturday, March 4, 1809
- First Inaugural Address by William McKinley
Thursday, March 4, 1897
- First Inaugural Address by James Monroe
Tuesday, March 4, 1817
- First Inaugural Address by Richard Milhous Nixon
Monday, January 20, 1969
- First Inaugural Address by Ronald Reagan
Tuesday, January 20, 1981
- First Inaugural Address by George Washington
Thursday, April 30, 1789
- First Inaugural Address by Woodrow Wilson
Tuesday, March 4, 1913
- First Inaugural Speech by Thomas Jefferson
Wednesday, March 4, 1801
- First Inaugural Speech of Franklin Delano Roosevelt by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- First Men In The Moon, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
A story about people who travel to the moon, and the life-forms and societies they find there.
- Fisherman's Luck by Henry van Dyke
- Flush of Gold by Jack London
- Fourth Inaugural Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Saturday, January 20, 1945
- Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
The classic story of man playing god and toying with the laws of nature.
- From London to Land's End by Daniel Defoe
- Gambler, The by Fyodor Dostoevsky
A first-person account by compulsive gambler Alexei's passion and despair about his addiction.
- Game, The by Jack London
- Gentle Grafter, The by O Henry
Fourteen short stories
- Gettysburg Address, The by Abraham Lincoln
- Glimpses of the Moon, The by Edith Wharton
- Glinda of Oz by L. Frank Baum
- Glory of the Trenches, The by Coningsby Dawson
A first-hand, patriotic look at trench warfare, trying to show that there was more than bad conditions and horrors.
- God The Invisible King by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
- Going into Society by Charles Dickens
- Golden Road, The by Lucy Maud Montgomery
The sequel to Story Girl, Sara returns to the family farm for the winter and with the help of others, decides to publish a magazine.
- Grandfather's Chair by Nathaniel Hawthorne
- Great Stone Face, et. al., The by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Four Short Stories
- Great War Syndicate, The by Frank R. Stockton
- Hard Times by Charles Dickens
A satire about the effects of unfettered capitalism, set in victorian Britain.
- Haunted Bookshop, The by Christopher Morley
When you sell a man a book, you don't sell him just twelve ounces of
paper and ink and glue - you sell him a whole new life.
- Haunted-House, The by Charles Dickens
- Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
A dark adventure where the narrator is sent into the Belgian Congo to pick up a stranded ivory boat. Reflects on the horror of European colonialism, and mankinds regression to savagery when social values are absent.
- Henry James, Jr. by William Dean Howells
- Heretics by Gilbert K. Chesterton
20 essays attacking various writers and flawed thinking, as well as defending institutions he favors.
- Herodias by Gustave Flaubert
- Heroes by Charles Kingsley
- His Last Bow by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Holiday Romance by Charles Dickens
In Four Parts.
- Holly-Tree, The by Charles Dickens
- Horse's Tale, A by Mark Twain
- Hunted Down by Charles Dickens
The detective stories of Charles Dickens.
- Hunting Sketches by Anthony Trollope
- I Have A Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.
- I and My Chimney by Herman Melville
I and my chimney, two grey-headed old smokers, reside in the country.
We are, I may say, old settlers here; particularly my old chimney, which
settles more and more every day.
- In The Carquinez Woods by Bret Harte
- In a Hollow of the Hills by Bret Harte
- Inaugural Address by John Quincy Adams
Friday, March 4, 1825
- Inaugural Address by James Buchanan
Wednesday, March 4, 1857
- Inaugural Address by Martin Van Buren
Saturday, March 4, 1837
- Inaugural Address by George Bush
Friday, January 20, 1989
- Inaugural Address by Jimmy Carter
Thursday, January 20, 1977
- Inaugural Address by Calvin Coolidge
Wednesday, March 4, 1925
- Inaugural Address by James A. Garfield
Friday, March 4, 1881
- Inaugural Address by Warren G. Harding
Friday, March 4, 1921
- Inaugural Address by Benjamin Harrison
Monday, March 4, 1889
- Inaugural Address by William Henry Harrison
Thursday, March 4, 1841
- Inaugural Address by Rutherford B. Hayes
Monday, March 5, 1877
- Inaugural Address by Herbert Hoover
Monday, March 4, 1929
- Inaugural Address by Lyndon Baines Johnson
Wednesday, January 20, 1965
- Inaugural Address by John F. Kennedy
Friday, January 20, 1961
- Inaugural Address by Barack Hussein Obama
- Inaugural Address by Franklin Pierce
Friday, March 4, 1853
- Inaugural Address by James Knox Polk
Tuesday, March 4, 1845
- Inaugural Address by Theodore Roosevelt
Saturday, March 4, 1905
- Inaugural Address by William Howard Taft
Thursday, March 4, 1909
- Inaugural Address by Zachary Taylor
Monday, March 5, 1849
- Inaugural Address by Harry S. Truman
Thursday, January 20, 1949
- Inaugural Speech by John Adams
Saturday, March 4, 1797
- Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl by Harriet Jacobs
"Northerners know nothing at all about Slavery. They think it is perpetual
bondage only. They have no conception of the depth of degradation
involved in that word, SLAVERY; if they had, they would never cease their
efforts until so horrible a system was overthrown." -- A Woman Of North Carolina.
- Initials Only by Anna Katharine Green
- Innocence of Father Brown, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
A priest who solves crimes by knowing more about the criminals than they know about themselves. He imagines himself inside their mind to understand their motives.
- Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, The by Sax Rohmer
The first adventure of Nayland Smith, an Englishman up against a cunning crime lord.
- Is Shakespeare Dead? by Mark Twain
- Island of Doctor Moreau, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
A man is shipwrecked on a South Seas Island where Dr. Moreau conducts disturbing experiments in which animals become human. Moreau plays God because he is curious, and brainwashes his creatures to obey him.
- Jerry of the Islands by Jack London
- Jungle, The by Upton Sinclair
A gripping, gritty expose of the meat-packing industry
in turn-of-the-century Chicago.
- Kidnapped Santa Claus, A by L. Frank Baum
- King Solomon's Mines by H. Rider Haggard
- Lady of Quality, A by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Lady, or the Tiger?, The by Frank R. Stockton
A short story where a man must choose a door that either hides a Tiger or a lovely lady. His true love directs him to one of the doors, knowing she has lost him in either case.
- Lair of the White Worm, The by Bram Stoker
A surreal story of an ancient serpent exerting influence on the living.
- Lamplighter, The by Charles Dickens
- Land That Time Forgot, The by Edgar Rice Burroughs
A crew of a WWI era submarine lands on a small island to find it inhabited by creatures long extinct.
- Last of the Mohicans, The by James Fenimore Cooper
Set in New York in colonial times, a story of adventure on the way to Fort William Henry.
- Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices, The by Charles Dickens
- Lees Of Happiness, The by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Of this story I can say that it came to me in an irresistible form,
crying to be written. It will be accused perhaps of being a mere piece
of sentimentality, but, as I saw it, it was a great deal more. If,
therefore, it lacks the ring of sincerity, or even, of tragedy, the
fault rests not with the theme but with my handling of it.
- Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The by Washington Irving
A story about Ichabod Crane, the singing master / school master and his rivalry with a young man over Katrina Von Tassel, a local beauty.
- Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane by Martha Cannary Burk
Burk tells the story of her life in the wild west and how she became known as Calamity Jane.
- Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, The by L. Frank Baum
Where did Santa Claus come from? How did he decide on his unique occupation?
- Life, Crime and Capture of John Wilkes Booth, The by George Alfred Townsend
News letters about John Wilkes Booth, written for a newspaper during the
time the events were happening. They do not assume to be literal history,
they are too close to the events related to decide positively upon them. As a
brochure of the day,--nothing more.
- Lifted Veil, The by George Eliot
- Light Princess, The by George MacDonald
One in a series of books about a Princess. She has been cursed by a
witch and gravity has no effect on her.
- Lilith by George MacDonald
The story of Mr. Vane, his magical house, and the mysterious trips he takes.
- Lincoln and the Civil War by Mark Twain
Address by Mr. Clemens at the Lincoln birthday celebration in Carnegie Hall, New York, February 11th, 1901.
- Little Britain by Washington Irving
- Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett
An American child finds out he is really an English Lord.
- Little Princess, A by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The story of Sara Crewe, an orphan who is forced to work for the head mistress of a seminary school after her father dies.
- Little Rivers by Henry van Dyke
- Lives of Girls Who Became Famous by Sarah Knowles Bolton
Stories of 19 girls who grew up to be famous women.
- Lizzie Leigh by Elizabeth Gaskell
- Looking Backward From 2000 to 1887 by Edward Bellamy
A utopian romance about a future under state socialism.
- Lost Continent, The by Edgar Rice Burroughs
After a huge war, Asia and Europe are off limits and forgotten about for 200 years, until they are rediscovered by a submarine captain.
- Lost Face by Jack London
When living isn't an option, there are other ways to win.
- Lost Prince, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
A royal family in hiding, trying to regain the kingdom and under the threat of discovery.
- Lost Princess of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- Lost World, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
Professor Challenger discovers a land of ancient plants and animals and has suprising adventures.
- Maggie: A Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane
- Magic of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- Malbone: An Oldport Romance by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
- Man Who Knew Too Much, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
- Man Who Was Thursday, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
A Wild, Mad, Hilarious And Profoundly Moving Tale.
possible to say that it is a gripping adventure story of murderous
criminals and brilliant policemen; but it was to be expected that
the author of the Father Brown stories should tell a detective
story like no-one else.
- Man of Letters as a Man of Business, The by William Dean Howells
- Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg, The by Mark Twain
- Manalive by Gilbert K. Chesterton
- Mansion, The by Henry van Dyke
- Marriages, The by Henry James
- Maruja by Bret Harte
- Marvelous Land of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- Masque of the Red Death, The by Edgar Allan Poe
- Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Message From the Sea, A by Charles Dickens
- Modest Proposal, A by Jonathan Swift
- Mosses From An Old Manse by Nathaniel Hawthorne
- Mountain Woman, A by Elia W. Peattie
- Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy by Charles Dickens
- Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings by Charles Dickens
- Mugby Junction by Charles Dickens
- My Aunt Margaret's Mirror by Sir Walter Scott
- My Escape From Slavery by Frederick Douglass
- My Lady Ludlow by Elizabeth Gaskell
- My Man Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
Eight Humorous short stories, including four about Jeeves and Wooster:
Leave It To Jeeves;
Jeeves And The Unbidden Guest;
Jeeves And The Hard-Boiled Egg;
Rallying Round Old George;
Doing Clarence A Bit Of Good;
and The Aunt And The Sluggard
- Mysterious Affair at Styles, The by Agatha Christie
- Narrative of Sojourner Truth, The by Sojourner Truth
- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, The by Frederick Douglass
- New Revelation, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- New York by James Fenimore Cooper
- Night-Born, The by Jack London
- Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky
- O Pioneers! by Willa Cather
- Odyssey, The by Homer, Butler Tr.
- Off on a Comet by Jules Verne
- Oldport Days by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
- Options by O Henry
- Orthodoxy by Gilbert K. Chesterton
- Out of Time's Abyss by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Outcasts Of Poker Flat, The by Bret Harte
"I reckon they're after somebody," he reflected; "likely it's me."
- Over The Top by Arthur Guy Empey
- Ozma of Oz by L. Frank Baum
- Painted Windows by Elia W. Peattie
- Parasite, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Patchwork Girl of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- People That Time Forgot, The by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Perils of Certain English Prisoners, The by Charles Dickens
- Poison Belt, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Prince and the Pauper, The by Mark Twain
- Prince, The by Nicolo Machiavelli
- Princess and Curdie, The by George MacDonald
Continuing the story started in The Princess and the Goblin, more
about Princess Irene and Curdie, the miner boy.
- Princess and the Goblin, The by George MacDonald
A poor miner boy named Curdie helps Princess Irene save the kingdom from
a band of goblins.
- Private Memoirs and Confessions of A Justified Sinner, The by James Hogg
- Purloined Letter, The by Edgar Allan Poe
The pattern in method for all detective stories.
- Queer Little Folks by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Nine parables about animals we are likely to come across.
- Quest of the Sacred Slipper, The by Sax Rohmer
- Ragged Dick by Horatio Alger
- Raven, The by Edgar Allan Poe
- Reconstruction by Frederick Douglass
- Red Badge of Courage, The by Stephen Crane
- Red One, The by Jack London
- Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu, The by Sax Rohmer
- Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
A Humorous story, about the bumbling Berti Wooster and Jeeves, his butler, who is always there to save the day.
- Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- Rinkitink In Oz by L. Frank Baum
- Road to Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- Round The Red Lamp by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Round the Moon by Jules Verne
- Rudder Grange by Frank R. Stockton
- Ruling Passion, The by Henry van Dyke
- Sara Crewe by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Scarecrow of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- Scarlet Letter, The by Nathaniel Hawthorne
- Scarlet Pimpernel, The by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
- Second Inaugural Address by George W. Bush
Thursday, January 20, 2005
- Second Inaugural Address by Grover Cleveland
Saturday, March 4, 1893
- Second Inaugural Address by William Jefferson Clinton
Monday, January 20, 1997
- Second Inaugural Address by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Monday, January 21, 1957
- Second Inaugural Address by Ulysses S. Grant
Tuesday, March 4, 1873
- Second Inaugural Address by Andrew Jackson
Monday, March 4, 1833
- Second Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
Saturday, March 4, 1865
- Second Inaugural Address by James Madison
Thursday, March 4, 1813
- Second Inaugural Address by William McKinley
Monday, March 4, 1901
- Second Inaugural Address by James Monroe
Monday, March 5, 1821
- Second Inaugural Address by Richard Milhous Nixon
Saturday, January 20, 1973
- Second Inaugural Address by Ronald Reagan
Monday, January 21, 1985
- Second Inaugural Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Wednesday, January 20, 1937
- Second Inaugural Address by Woodrow Wilson
Monday, March 5, 1917
- Second Inaugural Speech by Thomas Jefferson
Monday, March 4, 1805
- Second Inaugural Speech by George Washington
Monday, March 4, 1793
- Secret Adversary, The by Agatha Christie
- Secret Garden, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Secret Places of the Heart, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
- Seven Poor Travellers, The by Charles Dickens
- Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Signal-Man, The by Charles Dickens
- Silas Marner by George Eliot
- Simple Soul, A by Gustave Flaubert
- Smoke Bellew by Jack London
- Snow-Bound at Eagle's by Bret Harte
- Some Roundabout Papers by William Makepeace Thackeray
- Souls of Black Folk, The by W. E. B. DuBois
- South Sea Tales by Jack London
- Story of Doctor Dolittle, The by Hugh Lofting
- Story of a Nodding Donkey, The by Laura Lee Hope
- Strange Disappearance, A by Anna Katharine Green
- Strength of the Strong, The by Jack London
- Strictly Business by O Henry
Twenty-Three short stories
- Study In Scarlet, A by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Summer by Edith Wharton
- Sunday Under Three Heads by Charles Dickens
- Tales of the Fish Patrol by Jack London
Seven Short Stories
- Tales of the Klondyke by Jack London
Eleven Short Stories
- Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Seven Short Stories
- Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Tea-table Talk by Jerome K. Jerome
- Texan Scouts, The by Joseph A. Altsheler
A Story of the Alamo and Goliad
- Thankful Blossom by Bret Harte
- That Spot by Jack London
- Third Inaugural Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Monday, January 20, 1941
- Tik-Tok of Oz by L. Frank Baum
- Time Machine, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
- Tin Woodman of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- To Build a Fire by Jack London
A man's struggle to survive in the harsh north.
- Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
- Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain
- Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain
- Touchstone, The by Edith Wharton
- Tour Through the Eastern Counties of England by Daniel Defoe
- Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson, The by Mark Twain
- Trees of Pride, The by Gilbert K. Chesterton
- Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan, The by William Makepeace Thackeray
- Trial For Murder, The by Charles Dickens
- True Riches by T.S. Arthur
The lessons in this book are such as cannot be learned too early, nor
dwelt on too long or too often, by those who are engaged in the
active and all-absorbing duties of life. In the struggle for natural
riches--the wealth that meets the eye and charms the imagination--how
many forget that true riches can only be laid up in the heart.
- Trust by Jack London
- Turn of the Screw, The by Henry James
- Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
- Under the Andes by Rex Stout
- Underground City, The by Jules Verne
- Vital Message, The by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Voice of the City, The by O Henry
- Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, The by Hugh Lofting
- Waif of the Plains, A by Bret Harte
- Waifs and Strays Part 1 by O Henry
- War of the Worlds, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
The classic tale of the world being invaded by Martians.
- Warden, The by Anthony Trollope
- Water-Babies, The by Charles Kingsley
- Wheels of Chance, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
- When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
- When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
More of Well's vision of the future, both for technology and
A man falls into a coma in 19th Century England and awakes in the year 2100.
- White Fang by Jack London
- White People, The by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson
- Woman in the Alcove, The by Anna Katharine Green
- Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The by L. Frank Baum
- World Set Free, The by H. G. [Herbert George] Wells
- Wreck of the Golden Mary, The by Charles Dickens
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
- Yankee in the Trenches, A by R. Derby Holmes
A story about an American who joined the British army during World War I and writes about his experiences. "I have tried in this book to give in detail many things about the quieter side of war that to an audience would seem too tame. I feel that the public want to know how the soldiers live when not in the trenches, for all the time out there is not spent in killing and carnage."
- Yellow Wallpaper, The by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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