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    Within the Hollow Hills: An Anthology of New Celtic Writing ed. Josh Matthews (Lindisfarne Press, 1994, 0-940262-70-3, $17.95, 336pp, tp, cover: Aiofe by John Duncan)
        Fantasy anthology.
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 7 · Forward · George Mackay Brown · fw
    • 9 · The Lordly Ones · Josh Matthews · in
    • 17 · Part I: The Darkening Vision
    • 19 · I Cannot Go Hunting Tomorrow · Henry Treece · ss I Cannot Go Hunting Tomorrow by Henry Treece, Grey Walls, 1946
    • 32 · Flowering Dagger · Rosemary Sutcliff · nv The Real Thing ed. Peggy Woodford, Bodley Head, 1977
    • 56 · The Dark Tower · Peter Vansittart · ss The Dark Tower by Peter Vansittart, MacDonald, 1965
    • 64 · The Story of Kigva · Sian Hayton · ex from Hidden Daughters, Polygon, 1992
    • 92 · Lapis ex Caelis · Anne Cameron · nv Tales of the Cairds by Anne Cameron, Harbour Publishing, 1989
    • 127 · Part II: The Tangled Dream
    • 129 · The Music from Behind the Moon · James Branch Cabell · nv John Day, 1926
    • 154 · The Three Gwenhwyfars · Caitlin Matthews · nv
    • 183 · Five Denials on Merlin’s Grave · Robin Williamson · ex Pigs Whisker Music, 1979
    • 190 · Within the Brugh · John Matthews · ss
    • 198 · An Adventure of the Grail · David Spangler · nv
    • 226 · My Lady of Hy-Brasil · Peter Tremayne · ss Kadath Fall 1984
    • 243 · Finvarra · Ann Moray · ss A Fair Stream of Silver by A. Moray, Longmans, 1965
    • 261 · Part III: The Opening Door
    • 263 · The Cold Well · Margaret Elphinstone · nv An Apple from a Tree by Margaret Elphinstone, The Women's Press, 1991
    • 294 · Charliwill · R. J. Stewart · ss; “A Cautionary Fairy Tale”.
    • 299 · The Rainslug · Dwina Murphy-Gibb · vi
    • 301 · The Waterhorse · Dwina Murphy-Gibb · ss
    • 307 · On Macha’s Mound · Diana Paxson · nv
    • 331 · Notes on the Contributors · [uncredited] · bg
    • 334 · Further Reading · [The Editor] · bi






    Pocket Book of Western Stories ed. Harry Maule (Pocket Books, 1945, pb)
        Paperback reprint of Maule’s Great Tales of the American West (1945). Same contents minus “To Find a Place” by Robert Easton.


    Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant (New York: Holland Pub. Co., 1895, 127pp, hc)
    • · Allouma · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Allouma”, L’Echo de Paris, February 10-15, 1889).
    • · The Diary of a Madman · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un fou”, Le Gaulois, September 2, 1885).
    • · False Gems · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les Bijoux”, Gil Blas, March 27, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • · Father and Son · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Hautot père et fils”, L’écho de Paris, January 5, 1889).
    • · In the Frozen Sky · Guy de Maupassant · ss
    • · In the Moonlight · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Clair de Lune”, Le Gaulois, July 1, 1882).
    • · A Repulse · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un Échec”, Gil Blas, June 16, 1885).
    • · Solitude · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Solitude”, Le Gaulois, March 31, 1884).
    • · The Spectre · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Apparition”, Le Gaulois, April 4, 1883).
    • · The Terror · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Lui?”, Gil Blas, July 3, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • · Two Little Soldiers · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Petit Soldat”, Le Figaro April 13, 1885).


    The Complete Writings of Guy de Maupassant by Guy de Maupassant (St. Dunstan Society, 1903, hc)
        Identification of misattributed stories taken from literature.stackexchange.com/questions/14259/which-short-stories-are-falsely-attributed-to-guy-de-maupassant-and-why.
    • · Volume I: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · Mademoiselle Fifi · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mademoiselle Fifi”, Gil Blas, March 23, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 19 · Monsieur Parent · Guy de Maupassant · na
      translated from the French (“Monsieur Parent”, Journal of Political and Literary Debates, November 10, 1885).
    • 70 · Useless Beauty · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“L’inutile beauté”, L’Echo de Paris, April 2-7, 1890).
    • 95 · An Affair of State · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un coup d’état”, Mademoiselle Fifi, 1882).
    • 109 · The Wooden Shoes · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les sabots”, Gil Blas, January 21, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 117 · Babette · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Ch’tiote”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 126 · Mamma Stirling · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Maman Sterling”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 138 · Madame Tellier’s Excursion · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“La maison Tellier”, La Maison Tellier, 1881).
    • 173 · A Cock Crowed · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un coq chanta”, Gil Blas, July 5, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 180 · Lilie Lala · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Lilie Lala”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 187 · The Story of a Farm-Girl · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Histoire d’une fille de ferme”, La Revue Politique et Littéraire (La Revue Bleue), March 26, 1881).
    • 213 · The Bandmaster’s Sister · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“La Sœur du chef”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 219 · A Vagabond · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le vagabond”, La Nouvelle Revue, January 1, 1887).
    • 236 · The Mountebanks · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Les Monteflores”, Celles qu’on aime, Paul Ollendorff, 1883).
    • 244 · Ugly · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Laid”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 249 · The Debt · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“La Dette”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 257 · A Normandy Joke · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Farce normande”, Gil Blas, August 8, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 264 · The Father · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le père”, Gil Blas, November 20, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 276 · The Artist · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Artiste”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 283 · False Alarm · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Fausse Alerte”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 292 · That Pig of a Morin · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Ce cochon de Morin”, Gil Blas, November 21, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • · Volume II: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · The Horla · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Le Horla”, Gil Blas, October 26, 1886).
    • 36 · Miss Harriet · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Miss Harriet”, Le Gaulois, July 9, 1883).
    • 65 · The Hole · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le trou”, Gil Blas, November 9, 1886).
    • 74 · Love · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Amour”, Gil Blas, December 7, 1886).
    • 82 · The Inn · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’auberge”, Les Lettres et les arts, September 1, 1886).
    • 100 · A Family · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une famille”, Gil Blas, August 3, 1886).
    • 108 · Bellflower · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Clochette”, Gil Blas, December 21, 1886).
    • 115 · In the Wood · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Au bois”, Gil Blas, June 22, 1886).
    • 122 · The Marquis de Fumerol · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le marquis de Fumerol”, Gil Blas, October 5, 1886).
    • 132 · Saved! · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Sauvée”, Gil Blas, December 22, 1885).
    • 140 · Who Knows? · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Qui sait?”, L’Echo de Paris, April 6, 1890).
    • 159 · The Signal · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le signe”, Gil Blas, April 27, 1886).
    • 167 · The Devil · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le diable”, Le Gaulois, August 5, 1886).
    • 177 · The Venus of Braniza · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Die Venus von Braniza”, Neue Judengeschichten, E. L. Morgenstern, 1881).
    • 181 · The Rabbit · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le lapin”, Gil Blas, July 19, 1887).
    • 192 · A Divorce Case · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un cas de divorce”, Gil Blas, August 31, 1886).
    • 202 · La Morillonne · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“La Morillonne”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 207 · The Twenty-Five Francs of the Mother Superior · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les vingt-cinq francs de la supérieure”, Gil Blas, March 28, 1888).
    • 215 · Epiphany · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les rois”, Le Gaulois, January 23, 1887).
    • 231 · Simon’s Papa · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le papa de Simon”, La Réforme politique, littéraire, philosophique, scientifique et économique, December 1, 1879).
    • 244 · Waiter, a Bock! · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Garçon, un Bock!…”, Gil Blas, January 1, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 254 · Paul’s Mistress · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“La femme de Paul”, La Maison Tellier, 1881).
    • 280 · The Sequel to a Divorce · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Suite de divorce”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 289 · The Clown · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Pouillards”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 296 · The Mad Woman · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La folle”, Le Gaulois, December 5, 1882).
    • 301 · Mademoiselle · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Mademoiselle”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 308 · The Man with the Dogs · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Cht’Heumme-aux-quiens”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • · Volume III: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · In Various Rôles · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Ein exotischer Prinz”, Soziale Schattenbilder, Gesenius, 1873).
    • 9 · False Gems · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Les Bijoux”, Gil Blas, March 27, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 18 · Countess Satan · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Comtesse Satan”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 26 · A Useful House · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“L’Hôtel à tout faire”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 32 · The Viaticum · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Viatique”, En folie, Paul Ollendorff, 1894).
    • 38 · Mad · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · nv
      translated from the French (“En folie”, En folie, Paul Ollendorff, 1894).
    • 83 · The Hermaphrodite · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“L’Hermaphrodite”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 89 · The Colonel’s Ideas · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les idées du Colonel”, Le Gaulois, June 9, 1884).
    • 97 · Violated · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Violé”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 104 · Two Little Soldiers · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Petit Soldat”, Le Figaro April 13, 1885).
    • 114 · Ghosts · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Gepenster der Kirche”, Soziale Schattenbilder, Gesenius, 1873).
    • 122 · Was It a Dream? · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La morte”, Gil Blas, May 31, 1887).
    • 129 · The New Sensation · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Frisson nouveau”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 135 · Virtue · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Bonnes filles”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 140 · The Thief · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Voleur”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 147 · The Diary of a Madman · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Un fou”, Le Gaulois, September 2, 1885).
    • 154 · In Flagrante Delictu · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Flagrant Délit”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 160 · On Perfumes · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Stall-Parfum”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 165 · The Will · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le testament”, Gil Blas, November 7, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 171 · In His Sweetheart’s Livery · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“In der Livree der Geliebten”, Falscher Hermelin, Frobeen & Cie., 1877).
    • 179 · The Confession · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Confession”, En folie, Paul Ollendorff, 1894).
    • 185 · An Unfortunate Likeness · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Mauvais Mirage”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 189 · A Night in Whitechapel · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Ivres-morts”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 198 · Lost · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Krach”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 203 · A Country Excursion · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une partie de campagne”, La Vie moderne, April 2-9, 1881).
    • 218 · The Relics · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Les Reliques”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 225 · A Rupture · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Rupture”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 229 · Margot’s Tapers · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Les Cierges de Margot”, Le mal d’aimer, Rouveyre & Blond, 1882).
    • 235 · The Accent · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“L’Accent”, En folie, Paul Ollendorff, 1894).
    • 241 · Profitable Business · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Une Bonne Affaire”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 248 · Bertha · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Berthe”, Le Figaro, October 20, 1884).
    • 261 · The Last Step · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Dernier Pas”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 267 · A Misalliance · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Eine Mesalliance”, Soziale Schattenbilder, Gesenius, 1873).
    • 277 · An Honest Ideal · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Ein eheliches Ideal”, Falscher Hermelin, Frobeen & Cie., 1877).
    • 285 · The Log · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La Bûche”, Gil Blas, January 26, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 292 · Delila · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Delila”, Soziale Schattenbilder, Gesenius, 1873).
    • 301 · The Ill-Omened Groom · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Der verhängnisvolle Jockey”, Soziale Schattenbilder, Gesenius, 1873).
    • · Volume IV: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · The Odalisque of Senichou · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Eine Smichower Odaliske”, Soziale Schattenbilder, Gesenius, 1873).
    • 10 · In the Moonlight · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Clair de Lune”, Le Gaulois, July 1, 1882).
    • 17 · Bric-à-brac · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Bric-à-brac”).
    • 24 · The Artist’s Wife · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Femme d’Artiste”).
    • 33 · In the Spring · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Au printemps”, La Maison Tellier, 1881).
    • 42 · The Real One and the Other · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“La Vraie et L’Autre”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 47 · A Repulse · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Un Échec”, Gil Blas, June 16, 1885).
    • 58 · The Carter’s Wench · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“La Fille aux rouliers”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 64 · Rust · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La rouille”, Gil Blas, September 14, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 74 · The Carnival of Love · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Karnevale der Liebe”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 84 · The Rendezvous · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le rendez-vous”, L’écho de Paris, February 23, 1889).
    • 93 · Solitude · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Solitude”, Le Gaulois, March 31, 1884).
    • 100 · The Man with the Blue Eyes · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“L’Homme aux yeux pâles”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 107 · A Good Match · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Eine gute Partie”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 115 · An Artifice · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une Ruse”, Gil Blas, September 25, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 123 · Allouma · Guy de Maupassant · nv Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Allouma”, L’Echo de Paris, February 10-15, 1889).
    • 154 · An Old Maid · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Vielle fille”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 167 · The Specter · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895
      translated from the French (“Apparition”, Le Gaulois, April 4, 1883).
    • 176 · The Relic · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La relique”, Gil Blas, October 17, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 183 · The Marquis · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Marquis”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • 192 · A Deer Park in the Provinces · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Ein Hitschpark in der Provinz”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 197 · An Adventure · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Une Aventure”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 204 · The Bed · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le lit”, Gil Blas, March 16, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 209 · The Jennet · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Genêt”, Coups de cœur, Victor-Havard, 1889).
    • 221 · Under the Yoke · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Sous le joug”, Sur l’amour et sur le baiser, Alphonse Lemerre, 1894).
    • 228 · A Fashionable Woman · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Die Frau nach der Mode”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 237 · Words of Love · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mots d’amour”, Gil Blas, February 2, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 242 · The Upstart · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Parvenu”, La Fête, Paul Ollendorff, 1893).
    • 248 · Happiness · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Bonheur”, Le Gaulois, March 16, 1884).
    • 256 · An Adventure in Paris · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une aventure parisienne”, Gil Blas, December 22, 1881 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 266 · Christmas Eve · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Nuit de Noël”, Gil Blas, December 26, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 272 · The Awakening · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Réveil”, Gil Blas, February 20, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 280 · The White Lady · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Die weiße Frau”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 287 · Madame Baptiste · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Madame Baptiste”, Gil Blas, November 28, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 296 · Wife and Mistress · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by René Maizeroy) · ss
      translated from the French (“Naufrage”, En folie, Paul Ollendorff, 1894).
    • · Volume V: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · A Duel · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un duel”, Le Gaulois, August 14, 1883).
    • 9 · The Love of Long Ago · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Jadis”, Le Gaulois, September 13, 1880 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 15 · The Farmer’s Wife · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le fermier”, Le Gaulois, October 11, 1886).
    • 25 · Beside a Dead Man · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Auprès d’un mort”, Gil Blas, January 30, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 31 · A Queer Night in Paris · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une soirée”, Le Gaulois, September 21, 1883).
    • 45 · The Peddler · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le colporteur”, Le Figaro, March 8, 1893).
    • 56 · The Umbrella · Guy de Maupassant · ss The Black Cat (UK) #8, September 1898
      translated from the French (“Le parapluie”, Le Gaulois, February 10, 1884).
    • 68 · The Question of Latin · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La question du latin”, Le Gaulois, September 2, 1886).
    • 81 · Mother and Son · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’attente”, Le Gaulois, November 11, 1883).
    • 89 · He? · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895, as “The Terror”
      translated from the French (“Lui?”, Gil Blas, July 3, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 99 · A Tailor’s Daughter · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un soir”, L’Illustration, January 19-23, 1889).
    • 117 · The Avenger · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le vengeur”, Gil Blas, November 6, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 125 · The Conservatory · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La serre”, Gil Blas, June 26, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 133 · Letter Found on a Corpse · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Lettre trouvée sur un noyé”, Gil Blas, January 8, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 141 · The Little Cask · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le petit fût”, Le Gaulois, April 7, 1884).
    • 150 · Poor Andrew · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le mal d’André”, Gil Blas, July 24, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 158 · A Fishing Excursion · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Deux amis”, Gil Blas, February 5, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 165 · A Warning Note · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Cri d’alarme”, Gil Blas, November 23, 1886).
    • 175 · After · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Après”, Le Colporteur, March 14, 1905).
    • 183 · The Spasm · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le tic”, Le Gaulois, July 14, 1884).
    • 192 · A Meeting · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Rencontre”, Le Gaulois, May 26, 1882).
    • 204 · A New Year’s Gift · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Étrennes”, Gil Blas, January 7, 1887).
    • 213 · My Uncle Sosthenes · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mon oncle Sosthène”, Gil Blas, August 12, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 223 · All Over · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Fini”, Le Gaulois, July 27, 1885).
    • 232 · My Landlady · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La patronne”, Gil Blas, April 1, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 239 · The Horrible · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’horrible”, Le Gaulois, May 18, 1884).
    • 248 · The First Snowfall · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Première neige”, Le Gaulois, December 11, 1883).
    • 260 · Boitelle · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Boitelle”, L’écho de Paris, January 22, 1889).
    • 273 · The Accursed Bread · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le pain maudit”, Gil Blas, May 29, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 280 · My Twenty-Five Days · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mes vingt-cinq jours”, Gil Blas, August 25, 1885).
    • 291 · A Lucky Burglar · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Voleur”, Gil Blas, June 21, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 296 · An Odd Feast · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un réveillon”, Gil Blas, January 5, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 302 · Sympathy · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Correspondances”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 307 · Julot’s Opinion · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“L’Opinion de Julot”, Truandailles, Bibliothéque-Charpentier, 1891).
    • · Volume VI: Une Vie, or The History of a Heart
    • 1 · Une Vie, or The History of a Heart · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Une Vie”, Gil Blas, 1883).
    • · Addenda
    • 1 · Little Louise Roque · Guy de Maupassant · na
      translated from the French (“La petite Roque”, Gil Blas, December 18-23, 1885).
    • · Volume VII: Bel Ami, or The History of a Scoundrel
    • 1 · Bel Ami, or The History of a Scoundrel · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Bel-Ami”, Gil Blas, 1885).
    • · Addenda
    • 1 · Yvette · Guy de Maupassant · na
      translated from the French (“Yvette”, Le Figaro, August 29-September 9, 1884).
    • · Volume VIII: Mont Oriol, or A Romance of Auvergne
    • 1 · Mont Oriol, or A Romance of Auvergne · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Mont Oriol”, Victor Havard, 1887).
    • · Volume IX: Notre Cœur, or A Woman’s Pastime
    • 1 · Notre Cœur, or A Woman’s Pastime · Guy de Maupassant · na
      translated from the French (“Notre Cœur”, Revue des Deux-Mondes, May & June 1890).
    • · The Olive Grove and Other Tales
    • 1 · The Olive Grove · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Le champ d’oliviers”, Le Figaro, February 19-23, 1890).
    • 35 · Revenge · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Moiron”, Gil Blas, September 27, 1887).
    • 44 · An Old Maid · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La reine Hortense”, Gil Blas, April 24, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 54 · Complication · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’enfant”, Gil Blas, September 18, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 62 · Forgiveness · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le pardon”, Le Gaulois, October 16, 1882).
    • 70 · The White Wolf · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le loup”, Le Gaulois, November 14, 1882).
    • · Volume X: Pierre et Jean, or Crucifixion: A Novel
    • 1 · Pierre et Jean, or Crucifixion · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Pierre et Jean”, Paul Ollendorff, 1888).
    • · The Olive Grove and Other Tales
    • 1 · The Heritage · Guy de Maupassant · na
      translated from the French (“L’Heritage”, Miss Harriet, 1884).
    • 98 · Toine · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Toine”, Gil Blas, January 6, 1885 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 111 · An Enthusiast · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Le rosier de Madame Husson”, La Nouvelle Revue, June 15, 1887).
    • 133 · The Traveler’s Story · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La peur”, Le Gaulois, October 23, 1882).
    • 142 · A Jolly Fellow · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Saint-Antoine”, Gil Blas, April 3, 1883).
    • 154 · Father Matthew · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un normand”, Gil Blas, October 10, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • · Volume XI: Fort Comme la Mort, or The Ruling Passion
    • 1 · Fort Comme la Mort, or The Ruling Passion · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Fort Comme la Mort”, Paul Ollendorff, 1889).
    • · Addenda
    • 1 · Duchoux · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Duchoux”, Le Gaulois, November 14, 1887).
    • 14 · Old Amable · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le père Amable”, Gil Blas, April 30-May 4, 1886).
    • · Volume XII: Au Soleil, or African Wanderings/La Vie Errante, or In Vagabondia
    • 1 · Au Soleil, or African Wanderings · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Au Soleil”, Paul Ollendorff, 1884).
    • 1 · La Vie Errante, or In Vagabondia · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“La Vie Errante”, Paul Ollendorff, 1890).
    • · Volume XIII: Sur l’Eau, or On the Face of the Waters
    • 1 · Sur l’Eau, or Afloat · Guy de Maupassant · n.
      translated from the French (“Sur l’eau”, Le Bulletin Français, March 10, 1876).
    • 1 · Des Vers, or Romances in Rhyme · Guy de Maupassant · co
      translated from the French (“Des Vers”, Charpentier, 1880).
    • 1 · A Tale of Old Times · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Histoire du Vieux Temps”, Tresse, 1879).
    • 1 · A Family Affair · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“En famille”, La Nouvelle Revue, February 15, 1881).
    • · Volume XIV: La Paix du Ménage or A Comedy of Marriage in Two Acts
    • 1 · La Paix du Ménage · Guy de Maupassant · pl
      translated from the French (“La Paix du Ménage”, Scènes de la vie privée de La Comédie humaine, 1830).
    • 1 · Musotte · Guy de Maupassant · pl
      translated from the French (“Musotte”, Paul Ollendrorff, 1891).
    • · Addenda
    • 1 · The Lancer’s Wife · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“La Uhlane”, Les morts bizarres, Georges Decaux, 1876).
    • 20 · Hautot Senior and Hautot Junior · Guy de Maupassant · ss Allouma and Other Tales by Guy de Maupassant, Holland Pub. Co., 1895, as “Father and Son”
      translated from the French (“Hautot père et fils”, L’écho de Paris, January 5, 1889).
    • 40 · No Quarter · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le père Milon”, Le Gaulois, May 22, 1883).
    • 50 · The Orphan · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’orphelin”, Le Gaulois, June 15, 1883).
    • 60 · A Lively Friend · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mouradour”).
    • 68 · The Blind Man · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’aveugle”, Le Gaulois, March 31, 1882).
    • 74 · The Impolite Sex · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Correspondance”, Gil Blas, August 30, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 82 · The Cake · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Gâteau”, Gil Blas, January 19, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 89 · The Corsican Bandit · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un bandit corse”, Gil Blas, May 25, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 95 · The Duel · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un lâche”, Le Gaulois, January 27, 1884).
    • · Volume XV: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · Les Dimanches d’un Bourgeois · Guy de Maupassant · na
      translated from the French (“Les dimanches d’un bourgeois de Paris”, Le Gaulois, May 31-August 16, 1880).
    • 80 · The Wreck · Guy de Maupassant · ss (r)
      translated from the French (“L’épave”, Le Gaulois, January 1, 1886).
    • 96 · The Diamond Necklace · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La Parure”, Le Gaulois, Feb 17, 1884).
    • 108 · Christening · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le baptême”, Le Gaulois, January 14, 1884).
    • 114 · A Costly Quting · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“À cheval”, Le Gaulois, January 14, 1883).
    • 121 · A King’s Son · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Tombouctou”, Le Gaulois, August 2, 1883).
    • 131 · Mohammed Fripouli · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mohammed-Fripouille”, Le Gaulois, September 20, 1884).
    • 142 · “Bell” · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le gueux”, Le Gaulois, March 9, 1884).
    • 150 · The Victim · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’ivrogne”, Le Gaulois, April 20, 1884).
    • 158 · The Englishman · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La main”, Le Gaulois, December 23, 1883).
    • 167 · Sentiment · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une veuve”, Le Gaulois, September 1, 1882).
    • 174 · Francis · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mademoiselle Cocotte”, Gil Blas, March 20, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 182 · The Assassin · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’assassin”, Gil Blas, November 1, 1887).
    • 189 · Selfishness · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“En mer”, Gil Blas, February 12, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 196 · The Watch Dog · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Pierrot”, Le Gaulois, October 9, 1882).
    • 204 · The Dancers · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Menuet”, Le Gaulois, November 20, 1882).
    • 211 · Aunt Rose · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Nos lettres”, Le Gaulois, February 29, 1888).
    • 217 · The String · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La ficelle”, Le Gaulois, November 25, 1883).
    • 227 · The Gamekeeper · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le garde”, Le Gaulois, October 8, 1884).
    • 237 · Mother Savage · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La mère Sauvage”, Le Gaulois, March 3, 1884).
    • 247 · A Traveler’s Tale · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“En voyage”, Gil Blas, May 10, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 256 · Prowess · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’aventure de Walter Schnaffs”, Le Gaulois, April 11, 1883).
    • 267 · Military Honors · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les prisonniers”, Gil Blas, December 30, 1884).
    • 283 · Semillante · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une vendetta”, Le Gaulois, October 14, 1883).
    • 290 · On the River · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“En Canot”, Le Bulletin Francais, March 10, 1876).
    • 298 · Suicides · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Suicides”, Le Gaulois, August 29, 1880 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 305 · Mlle. Pearl · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Mlle. Pearl”).
    • 327 · A Miracle · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Conte de Noël”, Le Gaulois, December 25, 1882).
    • · Volume XVI: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · Marroca · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Marroca”, Gil Blas, March 2, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 13 · A Philosopher · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un sage”, Gil Blas, December 4, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 23 · Always Lock the Door · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le verrou”, Gil Blas, July 25, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 31 · A Mistake · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le crime au père Boniface”, Gil Blas, June 24, 1884).
    • 39 · Florentine · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’armoire”, Gil Blas, December 16, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 48 · A Strange Traffic · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La mère aux monstres”, Gil Blas, June 12, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 56 · Consideration · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Bombard”, Gil Blas, October 28, 1884).
    • 64 · Women’s Wiles · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Rouerie”, Gil Blas, December 12, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 73 · Moonlight · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Clair de Lune”, Gil Blas, October 19, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 79 · Doubtful Happiness · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’Épingle”, Gil Blas, August 13, 1885).
    • 87 · Thrift · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’aveu”, Gil Blas, July 22, 1884).
    • 95 · Humiliation · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Rose”, Gil Blas, January 29, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 103 · The Wedding Night · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Enragée?”, Gil Blas, August 7, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 113 · The Noncommissioned Officer · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une soirée”, Gil Blas, March 29, 1887).
    • 123 · In the Court Room · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Tribunaux rustiques”, Gil Blas, November 25, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 129 · A Peculiar Case · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La confession”, Le Gaulois, October 21, 1883).
    • 138 · A Practical Joke · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La farce (Mémoires d’un farceur)”, Gil Blas, December 18, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 144 · A Strange Fancy · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La rempailleuse”, Le Gaulois, September 17, 1882).
    • 154 · After Death · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La confession”, Le Figaro, November 10, 1884).
    • 164 · A Matter of Business · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une vente”, Gil Blas, February 22, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 172 · On Cats · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Sur les chats”, Gil Blas, February 9, 1886).
    • 180 · Room No. Eleven · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La chambre 11”, Gil Blas, December 9, 1884).
    • 190 · One Phase of Love · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La chevelure”, Gil Blas, May 13, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 200 · One Way · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le moyen de Roger”, Gil Blas, March 3, 1885 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 206 · Fly · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Mouche”, L’écho de Paris, February 7, 1890).
    • 219 · Good Reasons · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La moustache”, Gil Blas, July 31, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 225 · A Fair Exchange · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Divorce”, Gil Blas, February 21, 1888).
    • 236 · The Tobacco Shop · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Ça ira”, Gil Blas, November 10, 1885).
    • 247 · A Poor Girl · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’odyssée d’une fille”, Gil Blas, September 25, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 256 · The Substitute · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le remplaçant”, Gil Blas, January 2, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 262 · A Passion · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Une passion”, Gil Blas, August 22, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 274 · Caught · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Gefangen”, Die Messalinen Wiens, Ernst Julius Günther, 1873).
    • 279 · The Orderly · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’ordonnance”, Gil Blas, August 23, 1887).
    • 285 · Joseph · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Joseph”, Gil Blas, July 21, 1885).
    • 295 · Regret · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Regret”, Le Gaulois, November 4, 1883).
    • 304 · The Deaf-Mute · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les bécasses”, Gil Blas, October 20, 1885).
    • 316 · Magnetism · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Magnétisme”, Gil Blas, April 5, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • · Volume XVII: Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life
    • 1 · Francesca and Carlotta Rondoli · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Les sœurs Rondoli”, L’écho de Paris, May 29-June 5, 1884).
    • 38 · A Bad Error · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La fenêtre”, Gil Blas, July 10, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 46 · The Port · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La porte”, Gil Blas, May 3, 1887).
    • 59 · Châli · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Châli”, Gil Blas, April 15, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 74 · Jeroboam · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Jean Richepin) · ss
      translated from the French (“Jéroboam”, Cauchemars, Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1892).
    • 81 · Virtue in the Ballet · Guy de Maupassant (error, actually by Léopold von Sacher-Masoch) · ss
      translated from the German (“Die Tugen beim Ballett”, Falscher Hermelin, Frobeen & Cie., 1877).
    • 88 · The Double Pins · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les épingles”, Gil Blas, January 10, 1888).
    • 95 · How He Got the Legion of Honor · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Décoré!”, Gil Blas, November 13, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 103 · A Crisis · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Au bord du lit”, Gil Blas, October 23, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 112 · Graveyard Sirens · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Les tombales”, Gil Blas, January 9, 1891).
    • 122 · Growing Old · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Adieu”, Gil Blas, March 18, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 129 · A French Enoch Arden · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le retour”, Le Gaulois, July 28, 1884).
    • 138 · Julie Romain · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Julie Romain”, Le Gaulois, March 20, 1886).
    • 149 · An Unreasonable Woman · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’épreuve”, L’Echo de Paris, July 13, 1889).
    • 157 · Rosalie Prudent · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Rosalie Prudent”, Gil Blas, March 2, 1886).
    • 163 · Hippolyte’s Claim · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le cas de Mme Luneau”, Gil Blas, August 21, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 170 · Benoist · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La Martine”, Gil Blas, September 11, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 179 · Fecundity · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Un fils”, Gil Blas, April 19, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 192 · A Way to Wealth · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“L’ami Patience”, Gil Blas, September 4, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 200 · Am I Insane? · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Fou?”, Gil Blas, August 23, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 204 · Forbidden Fruit · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Imprudence”, Gil Blas, September 15, 1885).
    • 213 · The Charm Dispelled · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Découverte”, Le Gaulois, September 4, 1884).
    • 220 · Madame Parisse · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Madame Parisse”, Gil Blas, March 16, 1886).
    • 230 · Making a Convert · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La confession de Théodule Sabot”, Gil Blas, October 9, 1883 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 241 · A Little Walk · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Promenade”, Gil Blas, May 27, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 249 · A Wife’s Confession · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Confession d’une femme”, Gil Blas, June 28, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 256 · A Dead Woman’s Secret · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“La veillée”, Gil Blas, June 7, 1882 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 262 · Love’s Awakening · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le Dot”).
    • 271 · Bed No. 29 · Guy de Maupassant · ss
      translated from the French (“Le lit 29”, Gil Blas, July 8, 1884 as by Maufrigneuse).
    • 287 · Ball-of-Fat · Guy de Maupassant · nv
      translated from the French (“Boule de suif”, Les Soirées de Médan, 1880).


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