Allan and the Holy Flower
Allan and the Holy Flower is a 1915 novel by H. Rider Haggard featuring Allan Quatermain. It first appeared serialised in The Windsor Magazine. The plot involves Quatermain going on a trek into Africa...
Allan and the Holy Flower - Wikipedia
The Wimsey Papers
The Wimsey Papers are a series of articles by Dorothy L. Sayers published between November 1939 and January 1940 in The Spectator. They had the form of letters exchanged by members of the Wimsey Famil...
Money for Nothing (novel)
Money for Nothing is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 27 July 1928 by Herbert Jenkins, London, and in the United States on 28 September 1928 by Doubleday, Doran, Ne...
Money for Nothing (novel) - Wikipedia
Humanist Manifesto I
A Humanist Manifesto, also known as Humanist Manifesto I to distinguish it from later Humanist Manifestos in the series, was written in 1933 primarily by Raymond Bragg and published with 34 signers. U...
The White Feather
The White Feather is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published on October 9, 1907 by Adam & Charles Black, London. It is set at Wrykyn school, scene of Wodehouse's earlier book The Gold Bat (190...
The White Feather - Wikipedia
On the Proteaceae: the evolution and classification of a southern family
On the Proteaceae: the evolution and classification of a southern family is a highly influential monograph on the evolution, biogeography and taxonomy of the flowering plant family Proteaceae. Authore...
On the Proteaceae: the evolution and classification of a southern family - Wikipedia
Cap-o'-Rushes
"Cap-o'-Rushes" is an English fairy tale published by Joseph Jacobs in English Fairy Tales.Jacobs gives his source as "Contributed by Mrs. Walter-Thomas to "Suffolk Notes and Queries" of the Ipswich J...
Cap-o'-Rushes - Wikipedia
Dùn Aluinn
Dùn-Àluinn (1912) by Iain MacCormaic (1860-1947) was the first full length novel in Scottish Gaelic. It was first published in weekly serial form in the People's Journal May - September 1910. Iain Mac...
An Outpost of Progress
"An Outpost of Progress" is a short story written in July 1897 by Joseph Conrad, drawing on his own experience at Congo. It was published in the magazine Cosmopolis in 1897 and was later collected in ...
The Resurrection (play)
The Resurrection is a short prose play by William Butler Yeats depicting a discussion among three men ("The Greek" or "The Egyptian," "The Hebrew," and "The Syrian") who are among the first to meet th...
Under the Hill
Under the Hill is an unfinished erotic novel by Aubrey Beardsley, based on the legend of Tannhäuser. The first parts of it were published in The Savoy and later issued in book form by Leonard Smither...
At the Bay
At The Bay is a 1922 short story by Katherine Mansfield. It was first published the London Mercury in January 1922, and later reprinted in The Garden Party and Other Stories.
IThe shepherd is with...
At the Bay - Wikipedia
Phineas Finn
Phineas Finn is a novel by Anthony Trollope and the name of its leading character. The novel was first published as a monthly serial from October 1867 to May 1868 in St Paul's Magazine. It is the seco...
Phineas Finn - Wikipedia
BLIT (short story)
BLIT (which stands for Berryman Logical Image Technique) is a short science-fiction story written by author David Langford. It features a setting where highly dangerous types of images called "basilis...
East Coker (poem)
East Coker is the second poem of T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets. It was started as a way for Eliot to get back into writing poetry and was modeled after Burnt Norton. It was finished during early 1940 an...
The Happy Hypocrite
The Happy Hypocrite: A Fairy Tale for Tired Men is a short story with moral implications, first published in a separate volume by Max Beerbohm in 1897. His earliest short story, The Happy Hypocrite f...
The Happy Hypocrite - Wikipedia
Mr Bleaney
"Mr Bleaney" is a poem, by British poet Philip Larkin, written in May 1955. It was first published in The Listener on 8 September 1955 and later included in Larkin's 1964 anthology The Whitsun Wedding...
The Purple Cloud
The Purple Cloud is a "last man" novel by the British writer M. P. Shiel. It was published in 1901. H.G. Wells lauded The Purple Cloud as"brilliant" and H. P. Lovecraft later praised the novel as exem...
The Purple Cloud - Wikipedia