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    Best Stories of All Time [v2 #3, February 1926] (Clever Truths Publishing Company, Inc., 25¢, 96pp+, bedsheet, cover by Mara Malliczky)
    Details supplied by Kenneth R. Johnson.
    • 1 · St. Valentine’s Day · Charles Lamb · es (r)
    • 6 · The Ladies’ Dictionary · [uncredited] · ms; given as “The Ladies’ Calendar” in the Table of Contents.
    • 8 · The Dummy-Chucker · Arthur Somers Roche · ss Cosmopolitan June 1920
    • 13 · Sweet-and-Twenty · William Shakespeare · pm from Twelfth Night, Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies by William Shakespeare, Edward Blount and William and Isaac Jaggard, 1623
    • 14 · A Regimental Valentine · John Strange Winter · ss Army Tales by John Strange Winter, Lovell, Coryell, 1892
    • 19 · Malva · Maxim Gorky · ss (r)
    • 29 · Rosaline · Thomas Lodge · pm (r)
    • 30 · Vanity Fair [Part 2 of 9] · William M. Thackeray · n. Bradbury & Evans, 1848; abridged.
    • 47 · A Dream · —R · pm (r)
    • 48 · A Gentleman Finds a Watch · Georges Courteline · vi (r)
    • 50 · Among the College Humorists · [uncredited] · hu
    • 52 · 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).
    • 54 · Cards and Kisses · John Lyly · pm (r)
    • 55 · The Cruise of the “Scandal” · Victor Bridges · ss Ainslee’s May 1913
    • 61 · The Stolen Letter · Wilkie Collins · ss Household Words Christmas 1854, as “The Fourth Poor Traveller”, uncredited.
    • 68 · Meg May’s Valentine · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 69 · The Student’s Bride · Washington Irving · vi (r)
    • 71 · Song · John Cutts · pm (r)
    • 72 · The Fur Coat · Ludwig Fulda · ss The Masses January 1911
    • 75 · St. Valentine’s Magic Wand · William Waterfield · pm (r)
    • 76 · What They Laugh at in Europe · [uncredited] · hu
    • 78 · Tess of the d’Urbervilles [Part 3 of 8] · Thomas Hardy · n. James R. Osgood, McIlvaine, 1891; abridged.
    • 95 · Clever Truths · [uncredited] · ms


    Best Stories of All Time [v2 #4, March 1926] (Clever Truths Publishing Company, Inc., 25¢, 96pp+, bedsheet, cover by W. T. Benda)
    Details supplied by Kenneth R. Johnson.
    • 1 · March · William Morris · pm The Earthly Paradise by William Morris, F.S. Ellis, 1868
    • 6 · The Ladies’ Dictionary · [uncredited] · ms
    • 8 · Fables of Man · [uncredited] · ms
    • 9 · The Marquise · George Sand · ss (r)
      translated from the French (“La Marquise”, La Revue de Paris, 1832).
    • 18 · The Question · Percy Bysshe Shelley · pm (r)
    • 19 · Two Hearts That Beat As One [3 Black Crows] · Frank Norris · ss Ainslee’s Magazine January 1903
    • 23 · Sun and Rain · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 25 · Love on a Raft · Maxim Gorky · ss (r)
    • 30 · Woman’s Will · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 31 · A Perfect Love Story · Ludovic Halévy · ss (r)
    • 40 · A Village Kiss · [uncredited] · vi (r)
    • 41 · Gifts · James Thomson · pm from “Sunday Up the River”, The City of Dreadful Night and Other Poems by James Thomson, Reeves and Turner, 1880
    • 42 · Vanity Fair [Part 3 of 9] · William M. Thackeray · n. Bradbury & Evans, 1848; abridged.
    • 52 · Foreign Humor · [uncredited] · hu
    • 54 · What Would You Do? · Meredith Nicholson · ss McClure’s Magazine January 1921
    • 61 · When Lovely Woman · Phoebe Cary · pm (r)
    • 62 · An Easy Life · [uncredited] · ct
    • 63 · The Telegraph Operator · Alphonse Allais · vi (r)
    • 64 · The Fury · Paul Heyse · ss Four Phases of Love by Paul Heyse, G. Routledge and Co., 1857, as “The Rabbiata”
      translated from the German (“L’Arrabiata”, 1853).
    • 71 · Do You Remember? · Thomas Haynes Bayly · pm (r)
    • 72 · Home Brew · Sophie Kerr · ss Metropolitan Magazine June 1921
    • 78 · The Proposal · Etincelle; translated by Edith Duff · ss Romance July 1893
    • 81 · Song in March · William Gilmore Simms · pm (r)
    • 82 · Tess of the d’Urbervilles [Part 4 of 8] · Thomas Hardy · n. James R. Osgood, McIlvaine, 1891; abridged.





    Best Stories of All Time [v3 #2, July 1926]
    Issue partially indexed.
    • · Tess of the d’Urbervilles [Part 8 of 8] · Thomas Hardy · n. James R. Osgood, McIlvaine, 1891; abridged.
    • · Vanity Fair [Part 7 of 9] · William M. Thackeray · n. Bradbury & Evans, 1848; abridged.
    • · Farewell [Part 1 of 3] · Honoré de Balzac · na Works of Honoré de Balzac by Honoré de Balzac, George Barrie and Son, 1895
      translated from the French (“Souvenirs Soldatesques—Adieu”, La Mode, May 15, 1830 & Jun 5, 1830).


    Best Stories of All Time [v3 #3, August/September 1926] (Clever Truths Publishing Company, Inc., 25¢, 96pp+, bedsheet, cover by W. T. Benda)
    • 1 · Summer · William C. Taylor · pm (r)
    • 4 · Casey at the Bat · Phineas Thayer · pm San Francisco Examiner June 3 1888, as by Phin
    • 5 · Tarzan of the Apes [Part 1 of 8; Tarzan] · Edgar Rice Burroughs · n. The All-Story October 1912
    • 8 · Beauty Bathing · Anthony Munday · pm Englands Helicon ed. John Flasket, , 1600, as by Shepherd Tony
    • 11 · To His Coy Love · Michael Drayton · pm Poems by Michael Drayton, , 1619
    • 15 · The Passionate Shepherd to His Love · Christopher Marlowe · pm The Passionate Pilgrim, W. Jaggard, 1599
    • 15 · Her Reply · Sir Walter Raleigh · pm Englands Helicon ed. John Flasket, I.R., 1600, as “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd”, uncredited.
    • 16 · Famous Fads · [uncredited] · ms
    • 17 · “Ice Water, Pl—se!” · Fannie Hurst · nv Collier’s October 21 1916
    • 27 · I Love a Lass · George Wither · pm (r)
    • 28 · Old Age—Before and After · Oliver Wendell Holmes · ar (r)
    • 29 · Her First Appearance [Van Bibber] · Richard Harding Davis · ss Harper’s New Monthly Magazine December 1891
    • 35 · The Maid, the Moon, and the Winged Shoes · Rex Beach · ss Collier’s October 14 1905, as “The Moon, the Maid, and the Winged Shoes”
    • 41 · To Emma · Lord Byron · pm The Works of Lord Byron by George Gordon Byron, John Murray, 1833
    • 42 · Chops the Dwarf · Charles Dickens · ss Household Words Christmas 1858, as “Going Into Society”, uncredited.
    • 46 · The Bargain · Sir Philip Sidney · pm from The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia, 1593
    • 47 · Alex the Great · Harry Charles Witwer · ss The American Magazine November 1917
    • 55 · I Prithee Send Me Back My Heart · Sir John Suckling · pm (r)
    • 56 · Romance of the Quaker Poet (John G. Whittier) · [uncredited] · ar (r) [Ref. John Greenleaf Whittier]
    • 57 · The “Mysterious Stranger” Defense [Captain Walker] · Melville Davisson Post · ss Everybody’s Magazine June 1921
    • 61 · Music, When Soft Voices Die · Percy B. Shelley · pm Posthumous Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley, John and Henry L. Hunt, 1824
    • 62 · Farewell [Part 2 of 3] · Honoré de Balzac · na Works of Honoré de Balzac by Honoré de Balzac, George Barrie and Son, 1895
      translated from the French (“Souvenirs Soldatesques—Adieu”, La Mode, May 15, 1830 & Jun 5, 1830).
    • 68 · It Is Not Flattery—’Tis Truth · Lord Byron · pm The Works of Lord Byron by George Gordon Byron, John Murray, 1833
    • 69 · Green Row · William Hamilton Osborne · ss The Cosmopolitan April 1904
    • 76 · Epigrams on Women · [Various] · ms
    • 77 · The Class in Fiction · Paul Oskar Hocker · ss (r)
    • 82 · Vanity Fair [Part 8 of 9] · William M. Thackeray · n. Bradbury & Evans, 1848; abridged.
    • 96 · There Is a Lady Sweet and Kind · [uncredited] · pm (r)


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