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Short Stories: The ‘Gees by Herman Melville

  The ‘Gees by Herman Melville   IN relating to my friends various passages of my sea-goings I have at times had occasion to allude to that singular people the ‘Gees, sometimes as casual acquaintances, sometimes as shipmates. Such allusions …

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Short Stories: Feathertop by Nathaniel Hawthorne

  Feathertop by Nathaniel Hawthorne A MORALIZED LEGEND “Dickon,” cried Mother Rigby, “a coal for my pipe!” The pipe was in the old dame’s mouth when she said these words. She had thrust it there after filling it with tobacco …

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Short Stories: Ethan Brand by Nathaniel Hawthorne

  Ethan Brand by Nathaniel Hawthorne   Ethan Brand originally titled The Unpardonable Sin was written in 1850, published in 1852 in Hawthorne’s final short story collection, The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales. Hawthorne’s inspiration was a lime kiln he …

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Short stories: The Dub by Ralph Henry Barbour

  The Dub by Ralph Henry Barbour   “BRIGGS, Bayard Newlyn, Hammondsport, Ill., I L, H 24.” That’s the way the catalogue put it. Mostly, though, he was called “Bi” Briggs. He was six feet and one inch tall and …

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Short stories: Patsy by Ralph Henry Barbour

  Patsy by Ralph Henry Barbour   He made his first appearance one afternoon a week or so before the Fall Handicap Meeting. Mosher, Fosgill, Alien, Ronimus, and several more of us were down at the end of the field …

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