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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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Who Is A Christian?

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The Riddle

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Euclid Alone Has Looked On Beauty Bare

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A Solar Eclipse

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The Land Of Counterpane

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The Island Hunting-Song

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No Jewelled Beauty

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A Walgett Episode

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Prayer [Fear not in any tongue to call]

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The Horse Wishing To Be Revenged Upon The Stag

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Midsummer

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Sonnet: Lift not the painted veil which those who live

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Kirk And State Excisemen

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A Wish [Great dignity ever attends great grief]

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Song V [See Down Maria's Blushing Cheek]

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The Dug-Out

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Psalm 78:1 First Part [Let Children Hear The Mighty Deeds]

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A Dos’t O’ Blues

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The Wraith

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The Heron

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The Persevering Tortoise And The Pretentious Hare

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Recommended Essays

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Any Stick Will Do To Beat A Dog

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Thoughts On Cider

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The Mink

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The Casuistry Of Duelling

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The Dessert Of Life

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Uniforms For Women

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The Last Days Of Immanuel Kant

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No. 024 [from The Spectator]

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Wives

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Aboard The Galley

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A Journalistic Tenderfoot

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Whistler’s Writing

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Alexander Pope

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A Baby Can Educate A Man

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Rambler 150 [Adversity useful to the acquisition of knowledge]

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The Stage As It Was Once

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The Election In November

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On Going A Journey

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