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'I don’t mind saying I’m afraid of the dark a little.'
- Length: 3 pages
- Age Rating: 15
2 Stars
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"You grow memory like a crop, and when you want to, you harvest it."
- Length: 10 pages
- Age Rating: 15
5 Stars
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Over the course of the summer, John and the Pilgrims became friends.
- Length: 16 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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Napoleon is resurrected and meets a young lady.
- Length: 8 pages
- Age Rating: 15
5 Stars
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In the mosh pit at a Tricky Woo gig, a confession concerning a young man's adventure with Lisa the Buzz Cut. Contains strong language.
- Length: 7 pages
- Age Rating: 15
4 Stars
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A man helps his friend flee when he is accused of murder.
- Length: 6 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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Octavian Ruttle's guilt over his killing of a chicken-stealing cat is not helped by the growing hatred of its owner's children.
- Length: 6 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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by Saki
Luitpold Wolkenstein, financier and diplomat, sits in a cafe in Vienna and contemplates news of the rise of the Balkan States.
- Length: 3 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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Uncomfortable confession based around the events of a summer evening on a building job. This story contains strong language.
- Length: 6 pages
- Age Rating: 15
4 Stars
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A tough gang member wanted for murder meets a lady in a bar.
- Length: 15 pages
- Age Rating: PG
5 Stars
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A bedraggled writer corners the editor of a respected publication and demands to know why his story has been rejected.
- Length: 11 pages
- Age Rating: PG
5 Stars
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The story of an wholly unphilosophical girl and her two suitors.
- Length: 8 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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A country boy arrives in the city - but is mistaken for a confidence trickster.
- Length: 7 pages
- Age Rating: PG
5 Stars
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A young soldier, assigned as a guard in a prisoner of war camp, has trouble dealing with the horrific conditions.
- Length: 12 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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Who is the mysterious Mr. W. H. to whom Shakespere dedicated his sonnets? The validity of one bizarre theory hinges on a wonderful painting which may or may not be a fake.
- Length: 30 pages
- Age Rating: PG
4 Stars
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