A Father’s Confession by Guy de Maupassant

A Father’s Confession by Guy de Maupassant All Veziers-le-Rethel had followed the funeral procession of M. Badon- Leremince to the grave, and the last words of the funeral oration pronounced by the delegate of the
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The Way to the Dairy by H.H. Munro (SAKI)

The Baroness and Clovis sat in a much-frequented corner of the Park exchanging biographical confidences about the long succession of passers-by. “Who are those depressed-looking young women who have just gone by?” asked the Baroness;
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The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe

The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1842. The Masque of the Red Death The red death had long devastated the country. No pestilence had ever been so fatal,
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According to Their Lights by O. Henry

Somewhere in the depths of the big city, where the unquiet dregs are forever being shaken together, young Murray and the Captain had met and become friends. Both were at the lowest ebb possible to
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An Alpine Divorce by Robert Barr

In some natures there are no half-tones; nothing but raw primary colours. John Bodman was a man who was always at one extreme or the other. This probably would have mattered little had he not
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A Defensive Diamond by H.H. Munro (SAKI)

A Defensive Diamond by H.H. Munro (SAKI) Treddleford sat in an easeful arm-chair in front of a slumberous fire, with a volume of verse in his hand and the comfortable consciousness that outside the club
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