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The New Fable Of The Father Who Jumped In

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The New Fable Of The Uplifter And His Dandy Little Opus

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The New Fable Of The Wandering Boy And The Wayward Parent

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The New Fable Of What Transpires After The Wind-Up

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The Dream That Came Out With Much To Boot

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The New Fable Of The Toilsome Ascent And The Shining Table-Land

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The New Fable Of Aerial Performer, Buzzing Blondine and Daughter of Mr. Jackson

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The New Fable Of Susan And The Daughter And The Granddaughter, And Then Something Re

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The New Fable Of The Scoffer Who Fell Hard And The Woman Sitting By

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The New Fable Of The Lonesome Camp On The Frozen Heights

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The New Fable Of The Marathon In The Mud And The Laurel Wreath

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The Fable Of The Visitor Who Got A Lot For Three Dollars

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The Fable Of The Slim Girl Who Tried To Keep A Date That Was Never Made

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The Fable Of The New York Person Who Gave The Stage Fright To Fostoria, Ohio

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The Fable Of The Kid Who Shifted His Ideal

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The Fable Of The Base Ball Fan Who Took The Only Known Cure

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The Fable Of The Good Fairy With The Lorgnette, And Why She Got It Good

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Goat-Feathers

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The Fable Of The Unintentional Heroes Of Centreville

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The Fable Of The Parents Who Tinkered With The Offspring

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The Fable Of How He Never Touched George

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The Fable Of The Preacher Who Flew His Kite, But Not Because He Wished To Do So

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The Fable Of Handsome Jethro, Who Was Simply Cut Out To Be A Merchant

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The Fable Of Paducah’s Favorite Comedians And The Mildewed Stunt

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The Fable Of Flora And Adolph And A Home Gone Wrong

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Random Acts of Poetry

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‘Qu’est Qu’il Dit’

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Bonie Peggy Alison

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Neighbors

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A Fable For Critics

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Lisette And Eileen

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Saadi

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Once I Saw Thee Idly Rocking

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The Sheep And The Goat

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Great Things

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Psalm 12:2. C. M. [Help, Lord, For Men Of Virtue Fail]

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A Legend Of Brittany

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Hymn For The Dead

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Rebecca

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Eros Turannos

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Drizzle

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Fragment: Love The Universe To-Day

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Pastor Cum [Translation from Horace]

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Adjustment

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The Drowned Lover

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Double Red Daisies

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Good Men Afflicted Most

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Recommended Essays

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The Monkey And The Snake Fight

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On Moral Virtue

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A Beautiful Old Age

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Per Amica Silentia Lunae

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Of Cunning

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Modern Literature–Bayle’s Critical Dictionary

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A Calm

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Idler 084 [No. 84: Biography, how best performed]

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Her Last Half-Crown

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The History And Heroes Of Medicine

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The Coming Of Summer

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Thomas B. Macaulay

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An International Socialist Congress

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Rambler 152 [Criticism on epistolary writings]

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Of Vain Subtleties

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No. 413 [from The Spectator]

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Rambler 114 [Necessity of proportioning punishments to crimes]

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Preface To The Preceptor, Containing A General Plan Of Education

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