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The Dark Forest - Hugh Walpole
 

The Dark ForestHugh Walpole

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The Dark Forest
Hugh Walpole
English
Jeremy - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

JeremySir Hugh Walpole

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Jeremy
Sir Hugh Walpole
Public Domain Books , English
The Secret City - Hugh Walpole
 

The Secret CityHugh Walpole

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The Secret City
Hugh Walpole
English
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
Rogue Herries - Hugh Walpole
 

Rogue HerriesHugh Walpole

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Rogue Herries is the first of four volumes that make up the Herries Chronicle and was published in 1933, with the succeeding titles (Judith Parris, The Fortress and Vanessa) charting the Herries family up until the 20th Century.Set in the 1… more

Rogue Herries
Hugh Walpole
English
Hugh Walpole: An Appreciation - Joseph  Hergesheimer
 

Hugh Walpole: An AppreciationJoseph Hergesheimer

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by th… more

Hugh Walpole: An Appreciation
Joseph Hergesheimer
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
The Young Enchanted: A Roman... - Hugh Walpole
 

The Young Enchanted: A Roman...Hugh Walpole

The Young Enchanted: A Romance Story, author by Hugh Walpole. The book first publication in 1921.

About the author:

Hugh Walpole or Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole, (13 March 1884 – 1 June 1941) was a New Zealand-born English novelist. A prolifi… more

The Young Enchanted: A Romance Story
Hugh Walpole
English
The Fortress (Herries Chronicle) - Hugh Walpole
 

The Fortress (Herries Chronicle)Hugh Walpole

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The third volume of The Herries Chronicle, which recounts the dramatic fortunes of one family from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century, in a magnificent Lake District setting. Here is fiction in glorious, sweeping measure, set aga… more

The Fortress (Herries Chronicle)
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
Hugh Walpole: An Appreciation - Joseph  Hergesheimer
 

Hugh Walpole: An AppreciationJoseph Hergesheimer

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 Thirteen Travelers - Sir Hugh Walpole
 

The Thirteen TravelersSir Hugh Walpole

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This fictional volume is from 1921; think of it as thirteen unique short stories with great character development. About the author: British novelist, critic, and dramatist, a natural storyteller with a fine flow of words and romantic inve… more

The Thirteen Travelers
Sir Hugh Walpole
English
The best 70 short fiction stories - Maxwell  Struthers Burt, Wil...
 

The best 70 short fiction storiesMaxwell Struthers Burt, Wil...

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This book contains a complete interactive indexIndex:The water-holeMaxwell Struthers BurtThe wakeDonny ByrneChautonvilleWill Levington ConfortLa dernière MobilisationW. A. DwigginsThe citizenJames Francis DwyerWhose Dog—?Francis Gregg… more

The best 70 short fiction stories
Maxwell Struthers Burt, Will Levington Confort, Harris Merton Lyon, Frances Newbold Noyes Hart, Wilbur Daniel Steele, Sherwood Anderson, Charles J. Finger, Ellen Glasgow, John Galsworthy
English
Rogue Herries (Herries Saga) - Hugh Walpole
 

Rogue Herries (Herries Saga)Hugh Walpole

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Described on its first publication by John Buchan as the finest English novel since Jude the Obscure, Rogue Herries tells the story of the larger than life Francis Herries who uproots his family from Yorkshire and brings them to live in Bor… more

Rogue Herries (Herries Saga)
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
Works of Hugh Walpole: The C... - Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole
 

Works of Hugh Walpole: The C...Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole

This edition is collection of the books written by Hugh Walpole, this edition also comes with a linked Table of Contents.

Works Include:

  1. The Captives
  2. The Cathedral
  3. The Dark Forest
  4. The Duchess Of Wrexe
  5. Fortitude

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Works of Hugh Walpole: The Captives, The Cathedral, The Dark Forest, The Duchess Of Wrexe, Fortitude
Sir Hugh Seymour Walpole
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 Captives - Hugh Walpole
 

The CaptivesHugh Walpole

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

The Captives
Hugh Walpole
Dead Dodo Vintage , English
Rambles in Ireland - Robert Lynd
 

Rambles in IrelandRobert Lynd

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Galway of the Races - Through Lisdoonvarna - Puck Fair - Kinsale - Dublin and more.Originally published 1912. Illustrated.Robert Wilson Lynd (20 April 1879 – 6 October 1949) was an Irish writer, an urbane literary essayist and strong Irish … more

Rambles in Ireland
Robert Lynd
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

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