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Dope Sax Rohmer

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Lilith George MacDonald

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Under Milk Wood Dylan Thomas

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The High Window Raymond Chandler

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At the Sign of the Cat and Racket

Honoré de Balzac

The plot for At the Sign of the Cat and Racket, if such a stately name can be given to so delicate a sketch, is of course open to downright British judgment to pronounce the self-sacriiice of Lebas more ignoblethan touching, the conduct of Théodore too childish to deserve the excuses sometimes possible for passionate inconstancy, and the character of Augustine angelically idiotic. The candew adorable which the Frenchman adores and exhibits i…Read More »

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