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  • Author:Adrianne Wadewitz (category Wikipedia)
    Center for Digital Learning and Research at Occidental College. Prolific Wikipedia editor as Awadewit and Wadewitz. She wrote 36 featured articles for the
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  • first woman in the United States who made literature a profession. — from Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia. A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations
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  • and the compiler of a "Dictionary of Quotations". - From James Wood at Wikipedia. The Nuttall Encyclopædia Works by this author published before
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  • দত্ত) was an Indian poet who wrote in English and French. (Excerpted from Wikipedia.) A Sheaf Gleaned in French Fields (1876) Ancient Ballads and Legends
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  • evolution of the novel in Europe — Excerpted from Maria Edgeworth on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Letters for Literary Ladies - 1795 external link
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  • (1915), The Letter (1924), and The Razor's Edge (1944). [Excerpted from Wikipedia] Scans Liza of Lambeth, 1897 The Making of a Saint (1898) The Hero
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  • or beginning (in Authors) with: "Alexandre Dumas."  sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons gallery, Commons category, Data item. This is a disambiguation
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  • novel Don Quixote de la Mancha. — Excerpted from Miguel de Cervantes on Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. La Galatea (1585) Don Quixote (1605, 1615;
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  • (1907) and Under Western Eyes (1911). — Excerpted from Joseph Conrad on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A detailed list of Conrad's works may be found
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  • Little Princess (1905), and The Secret Garden (1911). [Excerpted from Wikipedia] The icon  identifies that the work includes a spoken word version.
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  • with the English Romanichal (gypsies). — Excerpted from George Borrow on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Celebrated Trials, 1825 (Incomplete; no index
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  • Solomon’s Mines, its sequel Allan Quatermain, and She.[Excerpted from Wikipedia] Montezuma's Daughter (1883) (External scan) Dawn (1884) The Witch's
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  • a non-profit corporation which operates Wikipedia, Wikisource and several other wiki projects. Wikipedia Governance (2002) 2007 Testimony by Jimmy
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  • sister projects: Wikipedia article, Data item. Irish biographer
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  • periodicals and newspapers in a Pennsylvania German dialect. - excerpt from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yawcob Strauss and Other Poems (1910) “Adams
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  • of 17th-century philosophy and a definitive ethicist. — exerpted from Wikipedia (1662) On the Improvement of the Understanding (Tractatus de Intellectus
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  • letters and Faraday's journal from his travels with Davy in 1813–1815.—Wikipedia Chemical manipulation: being instructions to students in chemistry, on
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  • famous locked room mysteries ever. — Excerpted from Gaston Leroux on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Phantom of the Opera (1910) Balaoo (1913)
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  • Morland, George Challis, and Frederick Frost.— Excerpted from Max Brand on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Incomplete) The Untamed (1919) [No index] Trailin'
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  • sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons category, Data item. English-born, later Australian colonial journalist and biographer
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