The bedside treasury of love; supreme stories of romance, rapture and tragedy, selected and with an introduction by T. Everett Harré.

By: Harré, T. Everett (Thomas Everett), 1884-1948 [compiler.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Sheridan House [1945]Description: xiii, 676 pages 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Fiction -- CollectionsDDC classification: Fic LOC classification: PZ1.H237 | Bc
Contents:
Introduction / T. Everett Harre' -- The gift of the Magi / O. Henry -- The pearls of Loreto / Gertrude Atherton -- A seventh-story heaven / Richard Le Gallienne -- The monk and the dancer / Arthur Cosslett Smith -- Alaskan romance / Rex Beach -- Pale hands he loved / Edison Marshall -- The life of Virgie Winters / Louis Bromfield -- An unfinished story / Richard Harding Davis -- The red mark / John Russell -- The rented body / Rupert Hughes -- An innocent husband / William D. Lengel -- The marriage in Kairouan / Wilbur Daniel Steele -- Most just among Moslims / Achmed Abdullah -- The bride of the sacred well / Emma-Lindsay Squier -- Rappaccini's daughter / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- The wife / Washington Irving -- Salomy Jane's kiss / Bret Harte -- The fountain of gold / Lafcadio Hearn -- "Love-o'-women" / Rudyard Kipling -- The lagoon / Joseph Conrad -- The king and the lady / E. Barrington -- The Chink and the child / Thomas Burke -- The melancholy Hussar / Thomas Hardy -- The pavilion on the links / Robert Louis Stevenson.
What became of Ann? / Thomas De Quincey -- Don Gesualdo / Ouida -- In the moonlight / Guy de Maupassant -- "No Papa" / Guy de Maupassant -- One of Cleopatra's nights / Theophile Gautier -- The marquis / George Sand -- The false courtesan / Honore' de Balzac -- Herodias / Gustave Flaubert -- Balthasar / Anatole France -- Paolo and Francesca / Boccaccio -- Aucassin and Nicolette / Andrew Lang -- Tristan and Iseult / Joseph Bedier (tr. by Hilaire Belloc) -- Cupid and Psyche / Lucius Apuleius (tr. by Walter Pater).
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Introduction / T. Everett Harre' -- The gift of the Magi / O. Henry -- The pearls of Loreto / Gertrude Atherton -- A seventh-story heaven / Richard Le Gallienne -- The monk and the dancer / Arthur Cosslett Smith -- Alaskan romance / Rex Beach -- Pale hands he loved / Edison Marshall -- The life of Virgie Winters / Louis Bromfield -- An unfinished story / Richard Harding Davis -- The red mark / John Russell -- The rented body / Rupert Hughes -- An innocent husband / William D. Lengel -- The marriage in Kairouan / Wilbur Daniel Steele -- Most just among Moslims / Achmed Abdullah -- The bride of the sacred well / Emma-Lindsay Squier -- Rappaccini's daughter / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- The wife / Washington Irving -- Salomy Jane's kiss / Bret Harte -- The fountain of gold / Lafcadio Hearn -- "Love-o'-women" / Rudyard Kipling -- The lagoon / Joseph Conrad -- The king and the lady / E. Barrington -- The Chink and the child / Thomas Burke -- The melancholy Hussar / Thomas Hardy -- The pavilion on the links / Robert Louis Stevenson.

What became of Ann? / Thomas De Quincey -- Don Gesualdo / Ouida -- In the moonlight / Guy de Maupassant -- "No Papa" / Guy de Maupassant -- One of Cleopatra's nights / Theophile Gautier -- The marquis / George Sand -- The false courtesan / Honore' de Balzac -- Herodias / Gustave Flaubert -- Balthasar / Anatole France -- Paolo and Francesca / Boccaccio -- Aucassin and Nicolette / Andrew Lang -- Tristan and Iseult / Joseph Bedier (tr. by Hilaire Belloc) -- Cupid and Psyche / Lucius Apuleius (tr. by Walter Pater).

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