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    Favorite Fairy Tales to Read Aloud ed. Anon. (Wonder 2009, 1965, 79¢, 127pp, tp)
    • 5 · The Golden Goose · Anon. · ss
    • 14 · Rapunzel · Anon. · ss
    • 22 · The Wild Swans · Hans Christian Andersen · ss; adapted and abridged.
    • 44 · The Magic Fishbone [part of “Holiday Romance”] · Charles Dickens · ss Our Young Folks Jan-May 1868; adapted and abridged.
    • 61 · The Nightingale · Hans Christian Andersen · ss Nye Eventyr, Denmark 1843; adapted and abridged.
    • 79 · The Queen Bee · Anon. · ss
    • 84 · Long, Broad, and Quick Eye · Anon. · ss
    • 103 · Beauty and the Beast · Anon. · ss
    • 122 · Spindle, Shuttle, and Needle · Anon. · ss




    Finnish Short Stories ed. Anon. (St. Paul, MN: Nordic Translators, 1982, vii, 238pp, hc)
    Translated by Inkeri Väänänen-Jensen with K. Börje Vähämäki. Each author is represented by a biographical entry (usually one to two pages long) preceding his/her story. Pages 236-238 comprise an appendix, “Sources for Short Stories,” listing the sources used for the original (Finnish language) texts translated here. [Denny Lien]




    Five Good Things from Everybody’s Magazine ed. Anon. (Ridgway-Thayer Company, The, 1904, 64pp, quarto)
    Promotional selection of recent items from Everybody’s Magazine.
    • ifc · Foreword · [The Publishers] · fw
    • 2 · A Letter from the West · Anon. · lt
    • 3 · Everybody’s Babies · Juliet Wilbor Tompkins · ss Everybody’s Magazine Dec 1903, as “A Spoiled Child”
    • 6 · The Reasons Why · [Misc.] · ms
    • 11 · The Call of the Mountains · Albert Bigelow Paine · ss Everybody’s Magazine Oct 1903
    • 20 · Inside Facts About Authors · Carolyn Wells · ms
    • 21 · More Reasons Why · [Misc.] · ms
    • 27 · Cæsar of Tobacco: The Great, Quiet, Confident Mr. Duke · Alfred Henry Lewis · ar Everybody’s Magazine Oct 1903
    • 34 · Hitting the Bullseye · [Misc.] · ms
    • 39 · The Lotus and the Cockleburrs · O. Henry · ss Everybody’s Magazine Oct 1903
    • 46 · The Automobile · Simeon Ford · ms
    • 47 · With Everybody’s Publishers · [The Publishers] · ms Everybody’s Magazine Jun 1903
    • 52 · Successful Men Who Are Not Rich · Francis Bellamy · ar Everybody’s Magazine Nov 1903
    • 59 · Proverbs up to Date · L. de V. Matthewman · ms
    • 60 · Why Advertising Pays · [The Publishers] · ms
    • 61 · Heroes of Every-Day Life: Mike Martin—Fire-Truck Driver · Theodore Waters · cl Everybody’s Magazine Feb 1903
    • 64 · What Some Newsdealers Have Done · Anon. · ms


    Flowers for Mama ed. Anon. (Zebra Books 0-8217-7283-X, Apr 2002, $4.99, 223pp, pb)
    Details supplied by Ken Johnson.



    Frankenstein, Dracula, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ed. Anon. (Signet Classic 0-451-51136-0, Dec ’78, $2.25, pb)


    From the Heart ed. Anon. (Signet Book 0-451-17854-8, Jan ’94, $4.99, 346pp, pb)
    Details supplied by Ken Johnson. “five Regency love stories”




    The Further Observations of Lady Whistledown ed. Anon. (Avon Books 0-06-051150-8, Feb 2003, $6.99, 392pp, pb)
    Details supplied by Ken Johnson. A set of loosely interconnected stories, with a character from one story walking through another, all linked by a gossip columnist named Lady Whistledown. Excerpts from her columns, written by Julia Quinn, are scattered through all four stories.



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