Edith Nesbit Audio Books Collection Book of Dragons128 mp3 Children’s Shakespeare DVD

Edith Nesbit Audio Books Collection Book of Dragons128 mp3 Children’s Shakespeare DVD

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Edith Nesbit (married name Edith Bland; 15 August 1858 – 4 May 1924) was an English author and poet; she published her books for children under the name of E. Nesbit.
She wrote or collaborated on more than 60 books of children’s literature. She was also a political activist and co-founded the Fabian Society, a socialist organisation later affiliated to the Labor Party..

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All Round the Year
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924) and Saretta NESBIT ( – 1899)
A light and whimsical collection of poems by the celebrated children’s author E Nesbit, in collaboration with Saretta Nesbit.
01 All Round the Year


Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)
Edith Nesbit, the author of Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare, felt passionately that young children should enjoy Shakespeare’s great works. She set about to retell his plays in a language that children would not only understand, but delight in. This is a marvelous introduction to the works of Shakespeare that ALL will enjoy.

Preface and A Brief Life of Shakespeare
01 A Midsummer Night’s Dream
02 The Tempest
03 As You Like It
04 The Winter’s Tale
05 King Lear
06 Twelfth Night
07 Much Ado About Nothing
08 Romeo and Juliet
09 Pericles
10 Hamlet
11 Cymbeline
12 Macbeth
13 The Comedy of Errors
14 The Merchant of Venice
15 Timon of Athens
16 Othello
17 The Taming of the Shrew
18 Measure for Measure
19 Two Gentlemen of Verona
20 All’s Well That Ends Well
The Book of Dragons
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)
A dragon who flies out of a magical book; one whose purr quiets a fussy baby; another who eats an entire pack of tame hunting-hippopotomuses: These eight dragon tales are filled with the imaginative wit of children’s author Edith Nesbit.
01 1 – The Book of Beasts
02 2 – Uncle James, or The Purple Stranger
03 3 – The Deliverers of Their Country
04 4 – The Ice Dragon, or Do as You Are Told
05 5 – The Island of the Nine Whirlpools
06 6 – The Dragon Tamers
07 7 – The Fiery Dragon
08 8 – Kind Little Edmund, or The Caves and the Cockatrice
The Children’s Shakespeare
This children’s book retells twelve of Shakespeare’s most popular plays as stories for children. Each of the plays are rewritten as short stories or fairy tales suitable to keep the attention of child readers or listeners. The introduction of the book cites a child’s ability and desire to become familiar with the works of Shakespeare as a stepping-stone toward a greater appreciation of the actual plays later in life.

00 – Introduction
01 – Romeo & Juliet
02 – The Tempest
03 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
04 – King Lear
05 – Cymbeline
06 – The Taming of the Shrew
07 – Hamlet
08 – Twelfth Night
09 – As You Like It
10 – Pericles
11 – The Merchant of Venice
12 – The Winter’s Tale
The Enchanted Castle
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)
Three children, forced to remain at school during the holidays, go in search of adventure. What they find is a magic castle straight out of a fairy tale, complete with an enchanted princess at the center of a maze. Or is it? The castle turns out to be just a country estate, and the princess is only the housekeeper’s niece, playing at dressing up. But the magic ring she shows them proves — to her surprise and horror — to really be magic. Soon they are caught in an adventure where statues come alive, lost lovers are reunited, and wishes can be granted — but always for a price.
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Five Children and It
This delightful novel begins when a family of five children moves from London to the English countryside. While playing in a gravel pit soon after the move, they discover an ancient and rather grumpy sand-fairy known as the Psammead, who agrees to grant one wish of theirs per day. The children’s wishes send them on adventure after adventure, but rarely turn out as expected.
01 Beautiful as the Day
02 Golden Guineas
03 Being Wanted
04 Wings
05 No Wings
06 A Castle and No Dinner
07 A Seige and Bed
08 Bigger Than the Baker’s Boy
09 Grown Up
10 Scalps Alisha
11 The Last Wish
For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
This was the Weekly Poetry project for April 21st, 2013.
01 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
02 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
03 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
04 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
05 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
06 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
07 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
08 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
09 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
10 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
11 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
12 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
13 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
14 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
15 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
16 For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons
Grim Tales
A collection of gentle stories that draw us into that hidden world where fear is just around the next corner, and where loving hands can touch across the boundaries of death

01 The Ebony Frame
02 John Charrington’s Wedding
03 Uncle Abraham’s Romance
04 The Mystery of the Semi-Detached
05 From the Dead – part 1
06 From the Dead – part 2
07 From the Dead – part 3
08 Man-size in Marble
09 The Mass for the Dead
Harding’s Luck
Harding’s luck is sequel to E. Nesbit’s “The House of Arden”. It tells the story of Dickie Harding, a disabled boy, who one day accidentelly discovers an old magic, that allows him to travel into his own past. There he meets Elfrida and Edred Arden (as told in “The House of Arden”) and together they seek for a long lost treasure.

01 01 – Tinkler and the Moonflower Part 1
02 02 – Tinkler and the Moonflower Part 2
03 03 – Burglars Part 1
04 04 – Burglars Part 2
05 05 – The Escape
06 06 – Which Was the Dream? Part 1
07 07 – Which Was the Dream? Part 2
08 08 – “To Get Your Own Living” Part 1
09 09 – “To Get Your Own Living” Part 2
10 10 – Buried Treasure Part 1
11 11 – Buried Treasure Part 2
12 12 – Dickie Learns Many Things Part 1
13 13 – Dickie Learns Many Things Part 2
14 14 – Going Home
15 15 – Kidnapped
16 16 – The Noble Deed
17 17 – Lord Arden
18 18 – The End
The House of Arden
This novel describes how Edred and Elfrida Arden and their Aunt Edith embark on a treasure hunt through time – for the famous Arden family treasure. With help from the magical creature Mouldiwarp, they find a whole lot of excitement and adventure. They need to discover the missing fortune before Edred’s tenth birthday – or it will never be theirs.

01 – Arden’s Lord Part 1
02 02 – Arden’s Lord Part 2
03 03 – The Mouldiwarp Part 1
04 04 – The Mouldiwarp Part 2
05 05 – In Boney’s Times
06 06 – The Landing of the French
07 07 – The Highwayman and the –
08 08 – The Secret Panel
09 09 – The Key of the Parlour
10 10 – Guy Fawkes Part 1
11 11 – Guy Fawkes Part 2
12 12 – The Prisoners in the Tower
13 13 – White Wings and a Brownie
14 14 – Developments
15 15 – Developments
16 16 – Films and Clouds
17 17 – May-Blossom and Pearls
18 18 – The Finding of the Treasure

The Lark
“The Lark” has all the charm and freshness which have made Miss Nesbit’s former novels so justly popular, and yet the story ts entirely new and original. Two girls, Jane and Lucilla, are led by Jane’s guardian to entertain high hopes. The fortune, however, which Jane was to have inherited, has been lost by unlucky speculations, and the two girls have to set about earning their own livings. They experience many adventures and ups and downs of fortune before they meet with the two men who ensure their happiness and prosperity. A delightful story, well worth reading.

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31

The Literary Sense
A collection of short stories written by the author of other literary greats such as The Railway Children, Five Children and It and The Phoenix and the Carpet. Many of her books have been made into television series or films. She wrote for both adults and children and also wrote non-fiction and poetry.
01 The Unfaithful Lover
02 Rounding Off A Scene
03 The Obvious
04 The Lie Absolute
05 The Girl With The Guitar
06 The Man With The Boots
07 The Second Best
08 The Holiday
09 The Force Of Habit
10 The Brute
11 Dick, Tom and Harry
12 Miss Eden’s Baby
13 The Lover, The Girl and The Onlooker
14 The Duel
15 Cinderella
16 With An E
17 Under The New Moon
18 The Love of Romance
The Magic City
Philip and Lucy discover that the city Philip has built using toys, books and household objects, has come alive. This is the account of their incredible adventures in those magical lands, where they meet characters from books and history, mythical beasts, and many other nice (and not so nice) people and creatures.

As with all Edith Nesbit’s tales, The Magic City has generous helpings of humour, imagination and interesting ideas, as well as the over-arching story of how a boy and girl who have unwillingly become step-brother and sister eventually learn to like each other.

This is a story that works on many levels and will be equally enjoyed by adults and children.

01 – Chapter I: The Beginning
02 – Chapter II: Deliverer or Destroyer
03 – Chapter III: Lost
04 – Chapter IV: The Dragon-slayer
05 – Chapter V: On the Carpet
06 – Chapter VI: The Lions in the Desert
07 – Chapter VII: The Dwellers by the Sea
08 – Chapter VIII: Ups and Downs
09 – Chapter IX: On The ‘Lightning Loose’
10 – Chapter X: The Great Sloth
11 – Chapter XI: The Night Attack
12 – Chapter XII: The End

The Magic World

Talking cats, birds, fish and bells, wicked fairies, uglified princesses – adventure, magic, and more magic. A delightful collection of stories for children of all ages.

The Magic World is an influential collection of twelve short stories by E. Nesbit. It was first published in book form in 1912 by Macmillan and Co. Ltd., with illustrations by H. R. Millar and Gerald Spencer Pryse. The stories, previously printed in magazines (like Blackie’s Children’s Annual), are typical of Nesbit’s arch, ironic, clever fantasies for children

01 – I – The Cat-hood of Maurice
02 – II – The Mixed Mine
03 – III – Accidental Magic
04 – IV – The Princess and the Hedge-pig
05 – V – Septimus Septimusson
06 – VI – The White Cat
07 – VII – Belinda and Bellamant
08 – VIII – Justnowland
09 – IX – The Related Muff
10 – X – The Aunt and Amabel
11 – XI – Kenneth and the Carp
12 – XII – The Magician’s Heart

Many Voices
E. Nesbit (Edith Bland) was a prodigious 19th century children’s writer who produced over 60 books of fiction for children. This book of poems has many elements which would appeal to children but there’s also some exploration of her feelings of love, lust and longing which your average 10 year old would find downright yucky. There are also moments of joy, moments of sugary sweetness and moments of sharp insight in this collection which contains views from many angles. Recurring themes of love, death, gardens and fairies give us a fine insight into the lively imagination of E. Nesbit.
My School Days
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)
A short memoir about the author’s school days, serialised in The Girl’s Own Paper from October 1896 to September 1897. It includes stories about teachers, fellow pupils, the things that scared her most as a child (and even as an adult) and a vivid account of the best summer of her childhood.

01 – Stuart Plaid
02 – Long Division
03 – South with the Swallows
04 – In the Dark
05 – The Mummies at Bordeaux
06 – Part 6
07 – Disillusion
08 – In Auvergne
09 – La Haye
10 – Pirates and Explorers
11 – Part 11
12 – Part 12

New Treasure Seekers
Oswald, Dora, Dicky, Alice, H.O, and Noel fill their free time with entertainments that don’t always turn out as they plan. But whether telling fortunes at a fete, unwittingly assisting an elopement, reforming their nasty cousin Archibald or even getting arrested, it is all good fun, and usually in a good cause.
Nine Unlikely Tales
Nine original and, yes, unlikely fairy-tales, which include stories of the arithmetic fairy, the king who became a charming villa-residence and the dreadful automatic nagging machine.

All are classic-Nesbit: charming, novel and not afraid to squeeze in a moral or two — told with proper fairy-tale style.

1 – The Cockatoucan
2 – Whereyouwantogoto
3 – The Blue Mountain
4 – The Prince, Two Mice, and some Kitchen-Maids
5 – Melisande; or Long and Short Division
6 – Fortunatus Rex and Co.
7 – The Sums That Came Right
8 – The Town in the Library, in the Town in the Library
9 – The Plush Usurper
The Phoenix and the Carpet
is a fantasy novel for children, written in 1904 by E. Nesbit. It is the second in a trilogy of novels that began with Five Children and It (1902), and follows the adventures of the same five protagonists – Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane and the Lamb. Their mother buys the children a new carpet to replace the one from the nursery that was destroyed in an unfortunate fire accident. Through a series of exciting events, the children find an egg in the carpet which cracks into a talking Phoenix. The Phoenix explains that the carpet is a magical one that will grant them three wishes per day.

01 The Egg Kara
02 The Topless Tower
03 The Queen Cook
04 Two Bazaars
05 The Temple
06 Doing Good
07 Mews from Persia
08 The Cats, the Cow, and the Burglar
09 The Burglar’s Bride
10 The Hole in the Carpet
11 The Beginning of the End
12 The End of the End

Pussy and Doggy Tales
Charming Tales about cats and dogs.

01 – Too Clever by Half
02 – The White Persian
03 – A Powerful Friend
04 – A Silly Question
05 – The Selfish Pussy
06 – Meddlesome Pussy
07 – Nine Lives
08 – Tinker
09 – Rats!
10 – The Tables Turned
11 – A Noble Dog
12 – The Dyer’s Dog
13 – The Vain Setter
The Railway Children
Edith Nesbit’s classic story, in which three children, pulled suddenly from their comfortable suburban life, move to the country with their mother, where they come to know and love the ways of the railways.

01 Chapter 01 – The Beginning of Things
02 Chapter 02 – Peter’s Coal-mine
03 Chapter 03 – The Old Gentleman
04 Chapter 04 – The Engine Burglar
05 Chapter 05 – Prisoners and Captives
06 Chapter 06 – Saviours of the Train
07 Chapter 07 – For Valour Karen Savage
08 Chapter 08 – The Amateur Firemen
09 Chapter 09 – The Pride of Perks
10 Chapter 10 – The Terrible Secret
11 Chapter 11 – The Hound in the Red Jersey
12 Chapter 12 – What Bobbie Brought Home
13 Chapter 13 – The Hound’s Grandfather
14 Chapter 14 – The End
The Rainbow and the Rose
A collection of poetry in the whimsical style of Edith Nesbit, author of “The Five Children and It” and “The Railway Children”. These poems are primarily for adults, although a few are written for her daughters. The majority are philosophical reflections on Edith Nesbit’s life as a wife and mother, and theological reflections on Christianity and faith, the nature of the world, life and death.

01 The Things That Matter
02 The Confession
03 Work
04 The Jilted Lover to His Mother
05 The Will to Live
06 The Beatific Vision
07 Mummy Wheat
08 The Beech Tree
09 In Absence
10 Silence
11 Raison D’Etre
12 The Onlooker
13 The Tree of Knowledge
14 At Parting
15 Song
16 Renunciation
17 The Veil of Maya
18 Song
19 To Vera, Who Asked for a Song
20 The Poet to His Love
21 The Maiden’s Prayer
22 Song
23 The Magic Flower
24 La Derniere Robe De Soi
25 The Least Possible
26 En Tout Cas
27 Appeal
28 St Valentine’s Day
29 Chagrin D’Amour
30 Bridal Eve
31 Love and Life
32 From The Italian
33 Out of the Fullness of the Heart the Mouth Speaketh
34 Summer Song
35 The Lower Room
36 Song
37 May Song
38 To Iris
39 To A Child (Rosamund)
40 Birthday Talk for a Child (Iris)
41 To Rosamund
42 From the Tuscan
43 Mother Song
44 The Island
45 Possession
46 Accession
47 The Destroyer
48 The Egoists
49 The Way of Love
50 To One Who Pleaded for Candour in Love
51 The Enchanted Garden
52 The Poor Man’s Guest
53 In the Shallows
54 “And the Rains Descended And the Floods Came”
55 The Star
56 The Prodigal Son
57 Despair
58 The Temptation
59 Second Nature
60 De Profundis
61 At The Gate
62 Via Amoris
63 Retro Sathanas
64 The Old Dispensation
65 The New Dispensation
66 The Three Kings
67 After Death
68 Chloe
69 Invocation
70 The Last Betrayal
71 A Prayer for the King’s Majesty
72 True Love and New Love
73 Death
74 In Memory of Saretta Deakin
75 A Parting (For Dorothy)

Royal Children of English History
From the first chapter: “History is a story, a story of things that happened to real live people in our England years ago; and the things that are happening here and now, and that are put in the newspapers, will be history for little children one of these days. And the people you read about in history were real live people, who were good and bad, and glad and sorry, just as people are now-a-days.”
01 – Alfred the Great
02 – Prince Arthur
03 – Henry the Third
04 – The First Prince of Wales
05 – Edward the Black Prince
06 – Henry the Fifth and the Baby King
The Story of the Treasure Seekers
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)
This is the story of the Bastable children and their attempts to help the family finances by searching for treasure.
01 The Council of Ways and Means
02 Digging for Treasure
03 Being Detectives
04 Good Hunting
05 The Poet and the Editor
06 Noel’s Princess
07 Being Bandits
08 Being Editors
09 The G. B.
10 Lord Tottenham
11 Castilian Amoroso
12 The Nobleness of Oswald
13 The Robber and the Burglar
14 The Divining-rod
15 ‘Lo, the Poor Indian!’
16 The End of the Treasure-seeking
The Story of the Amulet
The third of the series featuring Cyril, Anthea, Robert and Jane: four children who are, as they often say, “the sort of people that wonderful things happen to”. In ‘Five Children and It’ they were lucky enough to meet the magical, wish-granting Psammead – and in this final book they meet him once again. He guides them to an ancient Amulet that will help them find their hearts’ desire – but it’s only half an amulet, and seeking for the other half has them whizzing about through time on another series of amazing adventures
01 Chapter 1: The Psammead
02 Chapter 2: The Half Amulet
03 Chapter 3: The Past
04 Chapter 4: Eight Thousand Years Ago
05 Chapter 5: The Fight in the Village
06 Chapter 6: The Way to Babylon
07 Chapter 7: The Deepest Dungeon Below the Castle Moat
08 Chapter 8: The Queen in London
09 Chapter 9: Atlantis
10 Chapter 10: The Little Black Girl and Julius Caesar
11 Chapter 11: Before Pharaoh
12 Chapter 12: The Sorry-Present and the Expelled Little Boy
13 Chapter 13: The Shipwreck on the Tin Islands
14 Chapter 14: The Heart’s Desire
Through the Wood
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)

01 Through the Wood
02 Through the Wood
03 Through the Wood
04 Through the Wood
05 Through the Wood
06 Through the Wood
07 Through the Wood
08 Through the Wood
09 Through the Wood
10 Through the Wood
11 Through the Wood
12 Through the Wood
13 Through the Wood
14 Through the Wood
15 Through the Wood
16 Through the Wood
17 Through the Wood
18 Through the Wood
19 Through the Wood
Wet Magic
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)
A book about children who find magic in every day life .. and discover that mermen and mermaids actually have a whole underwater kingdom with Kings and Queens and of course Princesses. Of course you probably know these delightful children from their earlier adventures with magic, Bernard, Mavis, Kathleen, and Francis. Just normal children who believe in the fun of imagining and of magic. In this story Francis, who has always loved the idea of the sea but has never actually seen it, is very excited about going to the seashore for holiday. He finds an old aquarium and the others help him lug it home only to have their hopes dashed by Aunt Enid who was in charge temporarily. But then the magic starts when he unwittingly recites a magic charm. At the seashore the children execute a daring rescue of a supposed mermaid who ‘die in captivity’ and oh, lots and lots more. Enjoy these adventurous children and their wet magic in the sea
01 Sabrina Fair
02 The Captive
03 The Rescue
04 Gratitude
05 Consequences
06 The Mermaid’s Home
07 The Skies Are Falling
08 The Water-War
09 The Book People
10 The Under Folk
11 The Peacemaker
12 The End
Wings and the Child
“When this book first came to my mind it came as a history and theory of the building of Magic Cities on tables, with bricks and toys and little things such as a child may find and use. But as I kept the thought by me it grew and changed, as thoughts will do, until at last it took shape as an attempt to contribute something, however small and unworthy, to the science of building a magic city in the soul of a child, a city built of all things pure and fine and beautiful.” — E. Nesbit

01 – Part 1, Chapter 1 – Of Understanding
02 – Part 1, Chapter 2 – New Ways
03 – Part 1, Chapter 3 – Playthings
04 – Part 1, Chapter 4 – Imagination
05 – Part 1, Chapter 5 – Of Taking Root
06 – Part 1, Chapter 6 – Beauty and Knowledge
07 – Part 1, Chapter 7 – Of Building and Other Matters
08 – Part 1, Chapter 8 – The Moral Code
09 – Part 1, Chapter 9 – Praise and Punishment
10 – Part 1, Chapter 10 – The One Thing Needful
11 – Part 2, Chapter 1 – Romance in Games
12 – Part 2, Chapter 2 – Building Cities
13 – Part 2, Chapter 3 – Bricks — and Other Things
14 – Part 2, Chapter 4 – The Magic City
15 – Part 2, Chapter 5 – Materials
16 – Part 2, Chapter 6 – Collections
17 – Part 2, Chapter 7 – The Poor Child’s City
18 – Part 2, Chapter 8 – The End
The Wonderful Garden
E. NESBIT (1858 – 1924)

Do you believe in magic? Caroline, Charles and Charlotte do, and nothing that happens during their summer holiday at their great uncle’s house does anything to diminish that belief. There the Three C.’s find a wonderful garden and some very old books, resulting in escapades which do not necessarily please the grown-ups.

E. Nesbit, as usual, transports us back to the hazy summer days of a well-to-do Edwardian childhood, liberally spiced with magic, humour and lessons learned.

Published exactly 100 years ago, this is one of her least-known children’s books, out of print for many years, and with no text available online at the time of recording. Yes, it’s dated. Yes, it’s politically incorrect. But it is delightful nonetheless. As Gore Vidal once wrote: “…though a reading of E. Nesbit is hardly going to change the pattern of a nation, there is some evidence that the child who reads her will never be quite the same again, and that is probably a good thing.”

01 – The Beginning
02 – The Manor House
03 – The Wonderful Garden
04 – In Thessalonians
05 – The Midnight Adventure
06 – Hunted
07 – Being Detectives
08 – The Heroine
09 – The Morning After
10 – Brewing the Spell
11 – The Rosicurians
12 – The Other Book
13 – The Rosy Cure
14 – The Mineral Woman
15 – Justice
16 – The Appeal to Caesar
17 – The Le-o-pard
18 – The Leopard’s-Bane
19 – F. of H.D.
20 – The Waxen Man
21 – The Atonement of Rupert
22 – The Portrait
23 – The End
The Wouldbegoods, Being the Further Adventures of the Treasure Seekers
The Bastable children, first met in The Treasure Seekers, are sent to stay in the countryside; is it large enough to contain their exuberant activities? They (and Pincher the dog) have every intention of being good…
Chapter 1. The Jungle
Chapter 2. The Wouldbegoods
Chapter 3. Bill’s Tombstone
Chapter 4. The Tower of Mystery
Chapter 5. The Waterworks
Chapter 6. The Circus
Chapter 7. Being Beavers; or, The Young Explorers (Arctic or Otherwise)
Chapter 8. The High-Born Babe
Chapter 9. Hunting the Fox
Chapter 10. The Sale of Antiquities
Chapter 11. The Benevolent Bar
Chapter 12. The Canterbury Pilgrims
Chapter 13. The Dragon’s Teeth; or, Army Seed
Chapter 14. Albert’s Uncle’s Grandmother; or, The Long-Lost
A Goodbye
A Farewell
Baby Seed Song
In Hospital
Man-size in Marble
Measure for Measure
Uncle Abraham’s Romance
To Rosamund
The Better Part
The Conscience Pudding
The Fire
The Prince, Two Mice, and some Kitchen Maids
The Cat-hood of Maurice
The Ebony Frame
The Five Senses
The Island of the Nine Whirlpools from The Book of Dragons
The Mystery of the Semi-detached
The Three Kings
Uncle Abraham’s Romance


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