Favorite Love Stories

Genre: Romance

Favorite Love Stories

Stories of love and romance in 23 varietiesFrom the very first lovers, Adam and Eve, to what romance might be like in the future, this collection sparkles with whimsy and good old-fashioned romance. A veritable box of chocolates without the calories! Titles include:'The Kingdom of Joy' by Mary Stewart Cutting'Bread and Butter' by Henry Webster'Mate in Two Moves' by Winston K. Marks'The Beauty of the Village' by Mary Russell Mitford'Miss Dulane and My Lord' by Wilkie Collins'The Courtship of Susan Bell' by Anthony Trollope'A Sandshore Wooing' by Lucy Maud Montgomery'The Love of Frank Nineteen' by David Knight'The Offshore Pirate' by F. Scott Fitzgerald'Love in a Cottage' by Francis A. Durivage'In the Moonlight' by Guy de Maupassant'A Mixed Proposal' by W. W. Jacobs'Captain Veneno's Proposal' by Pedro de Alarcon'Adam and Eve's Diary' by Mark Twain'The Love-Philtre of Ikey Schoenstein' by O. Henry'A Pair of Boots' by F. Clifford Smith'The Courting of Lady Jane' by Josephine Daskam Bacon'Love Before Breakfast' by Frank R. Stockton'Enderby's Courtship' by Louis Beck'Lovers Leap' by Ellis Parker Butler'The Courting of Sister Wisby' by Sarah Orne Jewett'Edna's Sacrifice' by Frances Henshaw Badin'The One Girl' by Henry Webster

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F. Scott Fitzgerald

Biography:
Francis Scott (Key) Fitzgerald's (1896-1940) posthumous literary reputation has remained consistently strong despite many highs and lows throughout his brief life. His best-known novel, The Great Gatsby (1925) remains a critical favorite along with Tender is the Night (1934). Most of Fitzgerald's works are loosely based on his life, including his wife Zelda's insanity and his appreciation for personal indulgence and self-destructive excess.
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Mark Twain

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Mark Twain is the pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835 - 1910). He is the author of the beloved classics The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Life on the Mississippi, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court and The Prince and the Pauper.
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O. Henry

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O. Henry, the pseudonym of William Sydney Porter (1862–1910), was a prolific American short story writer who published over six hundred stories and ten collections, including Cabbages and Kings, The Four Million, Whirligigs, and The Heart of the West.
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Anthony Trollope
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Guy de Maupassant

Biography:
Guy de Maupassant was a popular French writer, considered one of the fathers of the modern short story.
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Winston Marks
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Sarah Orne Jewett
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W. W. Jacobs
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Wilkie Collins
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Ellis Parker Butler
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David Jacob Knight
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L. M. Montgomery
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Mary Stewart Cutting
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Henry Webster
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Mary Russell Mitford
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Francis A. Durivage
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Pedro de Alarcon
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F. Clifford Smith
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Josephine Daskam Bacon
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Frank R. Stockton
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Louis Beck
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Frances Henshaw Baden
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Walter Zimmerman
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Jack Benson
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Jim Roberts
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Cindy Hardin Killavey
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Walter Covell
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Donna Barkman
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Kevin Killavey
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Pat Bottino
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Patrick Grimes
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Jessica Bradley

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