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The Dark Forest - Hugh Walpole
 

The Dark ForestHugh Walpole

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The Dark Forest
Hugh Walpole
English
The Secret City - Hugh Walpole
 

The Secret CityHugh Walpole

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The Secret City
Hugh Walpole
English
Jeremy - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

JeremySir Hugh Walpole

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Jeremy
Sir Hugh Walpole
Public Domain Books , English
Wintersmoon - Hugh  Walpole
 

WintersmoonHugh Walpole

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Walpole wrote horror novels that tended more towards the psychological rather than supernatural, with a brooding underlying mysticism. Wintersmoon begins: I am asking you again to marry me as I did a fortnight ago. Janet Grandison turned to… more

Wintersmoon
Hugh Walpole
English
Collected Works of Hugh Walpole - Hugh Seymour Walpole
 

Collected Works of Hugh WalpoleHugh Seymour Walpole

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Hugh Seymour Walpole, (13 March 1884 – 1 June 1941) was a New Zealand-born English writer, he published thirty-six novels, five volumes of short stories, two plays and three volumes of memoirs. Collected Works of Hugh Walpole, (with an acti… more

Collected Works of Hugh Walpole
Hugh Seymour Walpole
English
Fortitude - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

FortitudeSir Hugh Walpole

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Fortitude
Sir Hugh Walpole
Public Domain Books
The Story of Doctor Dolittle... - Hugh Lofting
 

The Story of Doctor Dolittle...Hugh Lofting

This book is a work of genius and, as always with works of genius, it is difficult to analyze the elements that have gone to make it. There is poetry here and fantasy and humor, a little pathos but, above all, a number of creations in whose… more

The Story of Doctor Dolittle (Illustrated)
Hugh Lofting
Hugh Lofting , English
Maradick at Forty, a Transition - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

Maradick at Forty, a TransitionSir Hugh Walpole

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This volume is from 1910. Excerpt from the book: The grey twilight gives to the long, pale stretches of sand the sense of something strangely unreal. As far as the eye can reach, it curves out into the mist, the last vanishing garments, a… more

Maradick at Forty, a Transition
Sir Hugh Walpole
English
The Wooden Horse - Hugh Walpole
 

The Wooden HorseHugh Walpole

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The Wooden Horse
Hugh Walpole
English
Hugh Walpole, Anthology (Jer... - Hugh Seymour Walpole  Walpol...
 

Hugh Walpole, Anthology (Jer...Hugh Seymour Walpole Walpol...

Hyperlinked Table of ContentsSir Hugh Seymour Walpole, (13 March 1884 – 1 June 1941) was a New Zealand-born English novelist. A prolific writer, he published thirty-six novels, five volumes of short stories, two plays and three volume… more

Hugh Walpole, Anthology (Jeremy and Hamlet, Jeremy at Crale, Captain Nicholas, Hans Frost, Harmer John, A Man with Red Hair, Above the Dark Tumult, The Inquisitor, The Old Ladies and more)
Hugh Seymour Walpole Walpole, Hugh Walpole
English
The Green Mirror, a Quiet Story - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

The Green Mirror, a Quiet StorySir Hugh Walpole

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This novel is from 1917. About the author: British novelist, critic, and dramatist, a natural storyteller with a fine flow of words and romantic invention. …..from britannica.com Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole (13 March 1884 – 1 June 1941) … more

The Green Mirror, a Quiet Story
Sir Hugh Walpole
English
Jeremy - Hugh Walpole
 

JeremyHugh Walpole

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This unique edition of Jeremy from Dead Dodo Vintage includes the full original text as well as exclusive features not available in other editions.Jeremy is penned down by Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole, CBE (13 March 1884 – 1 June 1941) was a Ne… more

Jeremy
Hugh Walpole
Dead Dodo Vintage , English
The Secret City (Capuchin Classics) - Hugh Walpole
 

The Secret City (Capuchin Classics)Hugh Walpole

Sent out to Russia by the Foreign Office in 1916, Jerry Lawrence and Henry Bohun find themselves unlikely travelling companions. Bohun, an immaculately dressed man who holds himself in high regard as a poet, feels the force of destiny to be… more

The Secret City (Capuchin Classics)
Hugh Walpole
Capuchin Classics , English
Hugh Walpole An Appreciation - Joseph  Hergesheimer
 

Hugh Walpole An AppreciationJoseph Hergesheimer

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It is with an uncommon feeling of gratification that I am able to begin a paper on Hugh Walpole with the words, in their completest sense, an appreciation. But this rises from no greater fact than a personal difficulty in agreeing with the … more

Hugh Walpole An Appreciation
Joseph Hergesheimer
English
The Magician, a novel, toget... - Somerset Maugham
 

The Magician, a novel, toget...Somerset Maugham

Classic novel, first published in 1908. According to Wikipedia: “William Somerset Maugham (25 January 1874 – 16 December 1965) was an English playwright, novelist and short story writer. He was among the most popular writers of his era and… more

The Magician, a novel, together with a fragment of autobiography
Somerset Maugham
B&R Samizdat Express , English
A GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE; BEING... - Stanley John Weyman
 

A GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE; BEING...Stanley John Weyman

English novelist, popular for his historical romances. Weyman started his literary career by writing short stories for various periodicals. Weyman’s contemporary Hugh Walpole praised him for writing “the finest English historical romances s… more

A GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE; BEING THE MEMOIRS OF GASTON DE BONNE, SIEUR DE MARSAC (1893)
Stanley John Weyman
English
TWILIGHT and Other Supernatu... - Marjorie Bowen
 

TWILIGHT and Other Supernatu...Marjorie Bowen

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Marjorie Bowen was an extraordinarily prolific writer whose work is inexplicably neglected. That she is remembered primarily as a distinguished historical novelist (indeed, Hugh Walpole called her the greatest historical novelist England ha… more

TWILIGHT and Other Supernatural Romances
Marjorie Bowen
Christopher Roden/Ash-Tree Press , English
Hugh Walpole: An Appreciation - Joseph  Hergesheimer
 

Hugh Walpole: An AppreciationJoseph Hergesheimer

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Excerpt:It is with an uncommon feeling of gratification that I am able to begin a paper on Hugh Walpole with the words, in their completest sense, an appreciation. But this rises from no greater fact than a personal difficulty in agreeing w… more

Hugh Walpole: An Appreciation
Joseph Hergesheimer
English
Joanna Godden Married and Ot... - Sheila Kaye-Smith
 

Joanna Godden Married and Ot...Sheila Kaye-Smith

The book treats of the English moorlands and a fine figure of a woman who runs a great farm and a great heart, the one more successfully than the other. It is the story of two women, mistress and wife, loving one man in whom the love of his… more

Joanna Godden Married and Other Stories
Sheila Kaye-Smith
English
The Young Enchanted, a Roman... - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

The Young Enchanted, a Roman...Sir Hugh Walpole

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This novel is from 1921. Excerpt from the book: Young Henry Trenchard, one fine afternoon in the Spring of 1920, had an amazing adventure. He was standing at the edge of Piccadilly Circus, just in front of Swan and Edgar’s where the omni… more

The Young Enchanted, a Romantic Story
Sir Hugh Walpole
English

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