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They used true type, so even on the Kindle, it made for very lovely reading. Buddhist sutras the ultimate collected works of 10 famous sutras with active table of contents kindle edition by j takakusu f max mueller dwight amazoncom. Spy Classics, Thrillers, Adventure.

Little embellishments, like unique titles, made the anthology look more polished. I would have liked to have seen more context notes, because some of the stories and poems made a great deal more sense with the context I was able to glean from the internet after only moderate searching. In many cases, the poetry or fiction notes that Edgar Allan Poe wrote to his editors at the time were not included with the stories, to the detriment of quite a few of them.

However, I know that to compile and format an anthology of this size and breadth is near impossible to do without some technical errors, and as most of my complaints were merely stylistic and subjective, I can recommend this anthology to most readers. The section in the back which lists references to derivative or inspired works was very interesting.

The Works of John Buchan (8 Books In Chronological Order With Active Table of Contents)

Much respect to Maplewood Books. The anthology is a beast, totaling over , words total. They are in no particular order. The Fall of the House of Usher 2. The Black Cat 3. The Oval Portrait 6. The Cask of Amontillado 7. The Pit and the Pendulum 8. Loss of Breath 3.

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The Premature Burial 5. The Business Man 8.

The City in the Sea 2. The Conqueror Worm 6. The Haunted Palace 7. However, I can say that a few of the stories show his earlier work really, really, was boring!

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One story early on in this was so bad that I tried skimming to get to "good parts" and couldn't really find anything so I just jumped to the end. Thankfully his writing gets much better, and there are some new gems here to add with his more famous works.


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I think this is a good collection of stories overall and I appreciate that it let me see how far he's come. If anything, this should be encouraging to any beginning writer that even a great like Poe had to work on his craft!

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Presidential Addresses and State Papers Volume: John Buchan's style is fluid, learned, and he captures characters and settings that kept me reading. Sep 07, Nanette rated it it was amazing. Wonderful read if you love adventure.

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