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999 Stories To Learn About Novel

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Let's learn about Novel via these 999 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

1. The 16 Best Reading Lists: An Essential Guide

Dsz goes over 16 of the best reading lists.

2. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 19

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

3. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 30

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

4. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 37

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

5. Oliver Twist: Chapter XXIX

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XXIX: Has Introductory Account Of The Inmates Of The House, To Which Oliver Resorted

6. THE CAREER PREVAILS

He was pointed out to a raw hand, by the raw hand’s experienced fellow-townsman, as “that beast Lewisham—awful swat.

7. Stories for Telling: Little Tuk

Now there was little Tuk. As a matter of fact his name was not Tuk at all, but before he could speak properly he called himself Tuk.

8. Stories for Telling: The Prince’s Visit

“Hurrah! Hurrah! There he is! The Prince! The Prince!”

9. I Want to Stop Working for Money so I can Focus on my Personal Projects - Daniel O'keefe

A brief synopsis about me and my writing creations. Thanks for tuning in!

10. Return to the Battle

"This venture is mine also," she spoke with conviction. "As it is Tino-rau's and Taua's. Is that not so, Daughters of the Alii of this world?"

11. Oliver Twist: Chapter LIII

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter LIII: And Last

12. The Night of the Strange Bird.

That is as much as anyone can tell you of the glare upon Sidderford Moor and the alleged music therewith.

13. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 7

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

14. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 15

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

15. Forging Bonds of Hate and ——?

“Sapristi!” screamed the infuriated Rokoff. “What do you mean? Are you a fool that you thus again insult Nikolas Rokoff?”

16. It was an unhappy Korak

“When he regains his senses he will kill me,” she said, in Arabic.

17. LOST ON PELLUCIDAR

Naturally I am kind-hearted, and so I found it beyond me to leave even this hateful and repulsive thing alone in a strange and hostile world.

18. On their return to camp after her rescue

“Where could that horrid creature have come from that set upon me in the jungle and nearly killed poor Sing?” she asked.

19. Man and Man

Quick was Sabor, the lioness, and quick were Numa and Sheeta, but Tarzan of the Apes was lightning.

20. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 31

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

21. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 7

The Great Gatsby, Chapter 7 by F. Scott Fitzgerald is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

22. Coauthoring With ChatGPT: How to Deal With Its Multiple Personas

Coauthoring with ChatGPT feels like pair programming. A similar dynamic with you providing the story line and ChatGPT helping with styles and points of view

23. An Intro to Light Novels and Recommended Reading

Light novels are Japanese young adult novels targeted at high school students.

24. Second Variety by Philip Kindred Dick - Table of Links

Second Variety, by Philip Kindred Dick is part of HackerNoon's Book series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

25. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 25

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

26. The Undying Fire by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The Undying Fire by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

27. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: Chapter VI - Incident of Dr. Lanyon

Now that that evil influence had been withdrawn, a new life began for Dr. Jekyll.

28. Parenthesis on Angels

Her callings are domestic and sympathetic, she watches over a cradle or assists a sister soul heavenward.

29. Kipps The Story of a Simple Soul by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

Kipps The Story of a Simple Soul by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

30. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 17

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

31. The Island of Doctor Moreau: VIII. THE CRYING OF THE PUMA

“The devil you do!” said he. “What an ass I was to mention it to you! I might have thought. Anyhow, it will give you an inkling of our—mysteries. Whiskey?”

32. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 61

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

33. IN THE GALLERY OF OLD IRON

So it was Lewisham enrolled his first ally in the cause of the red tie—of the red tie and of the Greatness that was presently to come.

34. The First Moment of the Singularity (Co-Written by OpenAI Text-Davinci-003)

A short sci-fi novel about how human kind transformed into AI.

35. For the Story Teller: Chapter 13 - Planning Story Groups

It is the natural, to-be-desired longing of the child mind to be satiated with good stories.

36. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson - Table of Links

The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson is part of HackerNoon’s Books series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

37. For the Story Teller: Story Telling and Stories to Tell: Preface

Story telling to be a developing factor in a child’s life must be studied by the story teller.

38. For the Story Teller: Story Telling and Stories to Tell by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey - Table of Links

For the Story Teller: Story Telling and Stories to Tell, by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey is part of the HackerNoon Books series. Read this book online for free on Hac

39. The War of the Worlds: Chapter III. ON HORSELL COMMON

A large portion of the cylinder had been uncovered, though its lower end was still embedded.

40. The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon - Table of Links

The Human Side of Animals, by Royal Dixon, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

41. THE FALLING STAR

“Good Lord!” said Henderson. “Fallen meteorite! That’s good.”

42. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 27

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

43. ALICE HEYDINGER

The previous session—their friendship was now nearly a year old—it had never once dawned upon him that she could possibly be pretty.

44. THE MAN ALONE

No one would believe me; I was almost as queer to men as I had been to the Beast People.

45. Love and Mr. Lewisham by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

Love and Mr. Lewisham by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

46. The War of the Worlds: Chapter VI. THE HEAT-RAY IN THE CHOBHAM ROAD

It is still a matter of wonder how the Martians are able to slay men so swiftly and so silently.

47. The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Table of Links

The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald is part of HackerNoon’s Book series. Read this book for free on HackerNoon!

48. The War in the Air by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The War in the Air by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

49. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: Chapter III - Dr. Jekyll was quite at ease

A close observer might have gathered that the topic was distasteful; but the doctor carried it off gaily.

50. The Passionate Friends by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The Passionate Friends by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

51. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 39

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

52. THE END OF THE OLD ORDER

Graham hesitated, and then walked forward to where the broken verge of wall dropped sheer. He stood looking down, a lonely, tall, black figure against the sky.

53. Key Out of Time by Andre Alice Norton - Table of Links

Key Out of Time by Andre Alice Norton, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

54. “THE PRINCIPAL NAVIGATIONS”

The titles of the three-volumed second edition set forth the contents of each book with the same minute detail as that of the initial volume of 1589.

55. Read The Great Gatsby Online for Free

The HackerNoon Book Series brings you The Great Gatsby, available to read online on HackerNoon for free, thanks to Project Gutenberg.

56. The Island of Doctor Moreau: Introduction

On February the First 1887, the Lady Vain was lost by collision with a derelict when about the latitude 1° S. and longitude 107° W.

57. The Boy's Hakluyt: English Voyages of Adventure and Discovery by Richard Hakluyt - Table of Link

The Boy's Hakluyt: English Voyages of Adventure and Discovery by Richard Hakluyt, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series.

58. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 28

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

59. Stories for Telling: Little In-a-Minute

“Come back. Oh, do come back!” called Dicky to the little ship, but the ship only sailed the faster.

60. The Human Side of Animals: Chapter 2 - Animal Musicians

The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

61. Stories for Telling: Old Man Rabbit’s Thanksgiving Dinner

“You look a little unhappy,” said Old Man Rabbit, taking another bite of his turnip.

62. The Mucker by Edgar Rice Burroughs - Table of Links

The Mucker by Edgar Rice Burroughs, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

63. The Island of Doctor Moreau by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The Island of Doctor Moreau, by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

64. The Angel in Trouble

"The fact is," said the Vicar, "this is no world for Angels."

65. The Owner of the Voice

There are works, and this is one of them, that are best begun with a portrait of the author

66. Stories for Telling: The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf

The girl’s name was Inge; she was a poor child, but proud and presumptuous.

67. The War of the Worlds, by H. G. Wells - IV: THE CYLINDER OPENS

“It’s a-movin’,” he said to me as he passed; “a-screwin’ and a-screwin’ out. I don’t like it. I’m a-goin’ ’ome, I am.”

68. Oliver Twist: Chapter XLV

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XLV: Noah Claypole Is Employed By Fagin On A Secret Mission

69. THE MAN WHO WAS GOING NOWHERE

“You were picked up in a boat, starving. The name on the boat was the Lady Vain, and there were spots of blood on the gunwale.”

70. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 2

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

71. The Island of Doctor Moreau: VII. THE LOCKED DOOR

“I’m itching to get to work again—with this new stuff,” said the white-haired man, nodding towards the enclosure. His eyes grew brighter.

72. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter I

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter I

73. The Island of Doctor Moreau: I. IN THE DINGEY OF THE “LADY VAIN.”

I do not propose to add anything to what has already been written concerning the loss of the Lady Vain.

74. The War of the Worlds: Chapter IV. THE DEATH OF THE CURATE

“Nay,” shouted the curate, at the top of his voice, standing likewise and extending his arms. “Speak! The word of the Lord is upon me!”

75. Why The Queen’s Gambit Was the #1 Show in 12 Countries

The Chess Show on Netflix | The Queen's Gambit

76. THE ABDUCTION

Victoria Custer's mind was working rapidly, casting about for some means of escape from the silent figure at her side.

77. The Island of Doctor Moreau: III. THE STRANGE FACE

“Confound you!” said Montgomery. “Why the devil don’t you get out of the way?”

78. Chapter V. THE STILLNESS

I could see in any direction save behind me, to the north, and neither Martians nor sign of Martians were to be seen.

79. A FIGHT THAT WON FRIENDS

In accomplishing this the ape was tearing away the entire front of its breast, which was held in the vise-like grip of the powerful jaws.

80. The Island of Doctor Moreau: IV. AT THE SCHOONER’S RAIL

“Whatever you tell me, you may rely upon my keeping to myself—if that’s it.”

81. The 3 Best Visual Novel Series On Xbox

Best Visual Novel Series on Xbox: Zero Escape, Danganronpa, The Ace Attorney Trilogy.

82. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 56

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

83. The Angel Explores the Village

So soon as the Angel had passed, one of the three hummed this tune in an aggressive tone.

84. Marriage by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

Marriage by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

85. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 20

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

86. Oliver Twist: Chapter XX

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XX: Wherein Oliver is Delivered Over to Mr. William Sikes

87. The Human Side of Animals: Chapter 4 - Amour-Bearing & Mail-Clad Animals

The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

88. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 34

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

89. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 38

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

90. The Wonderful Visit by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The Wonderful Visit by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

91. The New Machiavelli by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The New Machiavelli by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

92. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 48

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

93. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 54

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

94. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 21

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

95. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 42

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

96. THE EPILOGUE

“This is our home,” he said smiling, and with thoughtful eyes on me.

97. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 14

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

98. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 36

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

99. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 60

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

100. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Table of Links

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, is part of HackerNoon's Book Blog Post series.

101. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 55

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

102. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 59

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

103. Stories for Telling: The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings

Just think, this little White Rabbit wanted to be somebody else instead of the nice little rabbit that he was.

104. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 3

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

105. Oliver Twist: Chapter XXIV

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XXIV: Treats On A Very Poor Subject. But Is A Short One, And May Be Found Of Importance In This History

106. The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The War of the Worlds, by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

107. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 33

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

[108. For the Story Teller: Chapter 11 -

Imagination and the Fairy Story](https://hackernoon.com/for-the-story-teller-chapter-11-imagination-and-the-fairy-story) While all the world was out searching for the Blue Robin, it had come of its own accord to the poor little faithful boy in his poor little home.

109. Stories for Telling: The Great Stone Face

“Oh, mother, dear mother!” cried Ernest. “I do hope I shall live to see him.”

110. The War of the Worlds: Chapter VII. HOW I REACHED HOME

I felt foolish and angry. I tried and found I could not tell them what I had seen. They laughed again at my broken sentences.

111. THE WONDERFUL DISCOVERY

Faith will van... ish in... to sight, Hope be emp... tied in del ... ight, Love in Heaven will shine more bri... ight, There... fore give us Love"

112. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 29

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

113. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 24

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

114. Mr. Britling Sees It Through by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

Mr. Britling Sees It Through by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

115. A Columbus of Space by Garrett Putman Serviss - Table of Links

A Columbus of Space by Garrett Putman Serviss, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

116. Imagine a Sphere Large Enough to Hold Two People

“Imagine a sphere,” he explained, “large enough to hold two people and their luggage.

117. For the Story Teller: Chapter 5 - Story Climax

A careful reading of the story will disclose Hawthorne’s subtle use of suspense, the art of “making his audience wait” for his dénouement.

118. For the Story Teller: Chapter 6 - Training a Child's Memory by Means of a Story

Memory is a process of association of ideas. Not repetition of an idea, but surrounding it with a host of witnesses gives it permanency in the mind.

119. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Chapter III

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter III

120. Oliver Twist: Chapter VI

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter VI: Oliver, Being Goaded by the Taunts of Noah, Rouses Into Action, and rather Astonishes Him

121. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 45

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

122. THE COMING OF THE ROSES

He fidgeted into the bedroom and stopped as dead as a pointer.

123. Stories for Telling: The Three Cakes

“With all my heart,” said the cook, and she made a cake. It was as big as—let me see—as big as the moon.

124. The Man of Science

"This—ahem—gentleman," said the Vicar, "or—ah—Angel"—the Angel bowed—"is suffering from a gunshot wound."

125. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 13

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

126. The War of the Worlds: Chapter XII. WHAT I SAW OF THE DESTRUCTION OF WEYBRIDGE AND SHEPPERT

Farther on towards Weybridge, just over the bridge, there were a number of men in white fatigue jackets throwing up a long rampart, and more guns behind.

127. TO PROVE THAT THE INDIANS AFORENAMED CAME ONLY BY THE NORTH-WEST

For if they had come by the Cape of Good Hope, then must they, as aforesaid, have fallen upon the south parts of America.

128. Stories for Telling: The Little Lame Prince

Yes, he was the most beautiful Prince that ever was born.

129. The Secret Places of the Heart by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The Secret Places of the Heart by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

130. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 40

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

131. Oliver Twist: Chapter I

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter I: Treats of the Place Where Oliver Twist was Born and of the Circumstances Attending His Birth

132. Tono-Bungay by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

Tono-Bungay by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

133. Oliver Twist: Chapter XLVII

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XLVII: Fatal Consequences

134. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 5

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

135. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 35

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

136. The War of the Worlds: Chapter 1. THE EVE OF THE WAR

“The chances against anything manlike on Mars are a million to one,” he said.

137. INSOMNIA

“I dare make no experiments.”

138. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 26

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

139. Stories for Telling: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse

“Everybody goes to bed so very, very early in the country. A mouse may dance until morning without being caught.”

140. The War of the Worlds: Chapter V. THE HEAT-RAY

“What ugly brutes!” he said. “Good God! What ugly brutes!” He repeated this over and over again.

141. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 51

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

142. THE COMPACT

“May I hope for you, then?” I asked. “For I surely see a way; however slight a possibility for success it may have, still, it is a way.”

143. The Island of Doctor Moreau: XIV. DOCTOR MOREAU EXPLAINS

“It is the puma,” I said, “still alive, but so cut and mutilated as I pray I may never see living flesh again. Of all vile—”

144. The Trail to the Sea

They tried poor inadequate congratulation....

145. The Human Side of Animals: Foreward

The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

146. THREE DAYS

“There is, I believe,” said Lincoln. “But for you—! If you would like to occupy yourself with that, we can make you a sworn aeronaut to-morrow.”

147. Oliver Twist: Chapter XLVI

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XLVI: The Appointment Kept

148. The Opening of the Great Door

"A time gate!" He was eager to accept such an explanation. Time gates he could understand, but that the Foanna used one....

149. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 47

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

150. Mr Cavor's Moon Landing

The whole area was moon, a stupendous scimitar of white dawn with its edge hacked out by notches of darkness.

151. Stories for Telling: The Cap that Mother Made

“Oh, no, I’m not so stupid as all that; no, I’m not!” Anders said.

152. The War of the Worlds: Chapter XIII. HOW I FELL IN WITH THE CURATE

“I was walking through the roads to clear my brain,” he said. “And suddenly—fire, earthquake, death!”

153. Storm Menace

Ross crawled across his rock on his hands and knees, wavered along the cliff wall until he was again faced with angry water.

154. The killing of the friendless old Russian

It was a great mystery to Herr Skopf—and, doubtless, still is.

155. IN PERSPECTIVE

“My charm of manner, I suppose. But, indeed, he’s very human.”

156. The World Set Free by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

The World Set Free by H. G. Wells, is part of the HackerNoon Books Series. Read this book online for free on HackerNoon!

157. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 12

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

158. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 9

The Great Gatsby, Chapter 9 by F. Scott Fitzgerald is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

159. THE WILD PEOPLE

His pursuers were gaining upon him, their savage yells mingling with his piercing cries and spurring him on to undreamed-of pinnacles of speed.

160. Oliver Twist: Chapter XII

Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series. You can jump to any chapter in this book here: [LINK TO TABLE OF LINK]. Chapter XII: In Which Oliver is Taken Better Care of Than He Ever Was Before. And in Which the Narrative Reverts to the Merry Old Gentleman and His Youthful Friends

161. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: Chapter I - Story of the door

It chanced on one of these rambles that their way led them down a by-street in a busy quarter of London.

162. 18 Book Recommendations from the HackerNoon Team

In this post, the HackerNoon staff and blogging fellows talk about some books they've been reading recently, as well as some of their favorite authors.

163. A HOUND IS LOOSED

Killers had come out of the sky, and they were burning—burning—All living things were fleeing before them.

164. THE OLD MAN WHO KNEW EVERYTHING

“Dark and damnable,” said the old man suddenly. “Dark and damnable. Turned out of my room among all these dangers.”

165. For the Story Teller: Chapter 1 - The Apperceptive Basic of Story Telling

APPERCEPTION is a formidable and sometimes confusing term for a very simple and easy-to-understand mental process.

166. THE PRISONER

Judging by their attitude, the box had run to earth there the prey they had been searching for.

167. The Passing of the Ape-Man

“I cannot understand it,” he said. “Monsieur Thuran assured us that Clayton passed away many days ago.”

168. The Island of Doctor Moreau: XI. THE HUNTING OF THE MAN

The memory of his work on the transfusion of blood recurred to me.

169. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 58

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

170. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 50

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

171. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 4

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen is part of HackerNoon’s Book Blog Post series.

172. AT THE GALE'S MERCY

The slave hesitated. "He does not approve of your flying alone," she reminded her mistress.

173. NIGHT AND THE OPEN SEA

“This,” it came to me, “is England. That is what I wanted to give in my book. This!”

174. Oliver Twist: Chapter XV

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175. THE NEW WORLD

“Your servant, your most humble helper in God (your God),

176. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 22

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177. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 43

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178. THE MOON MAID ESCAPES

It was the first time that Orthis had spoken to me since we had occupied this village. I did not like his tone or his manner.

179. THE UNDER-SIDE

“She might have done better with herself than that,” said Asano.

180. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 1

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181. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen - TABLE OF LINKS

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182. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 52

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183. Professor Maxon’s party was speeding up the river

Professor Maxon was too ill to accompany the expedition, and von Horn set out alone with his Dyak allies.

184. WHAT COMMODITIES WOULD ENSUE, THIS PASSAGE ONCE DISCOVERED

It hath been attempted by Corterialis the Portuguese, Scolmus the Dane, and by Sebastian Cabot in the time of King Henry VII.

185. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 46

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186. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: Chapter VIII - The last night

Mr. Utterson was sitting by his fireside one evening after dinner, when he was surprised to receive a visit from Poole.

187. CIVILIZATION

If it was being flown by some human—or nonhuman—flyer, he was a master pilot.

188. ARMAGEDDON

Silently we awaited the signal from The Rattlesnake.

189. The War of the Worlds: Chapter II. WHAT WE SAW FROM THE RUINED HOUSE

I could hear a number of noises almost like those in an engine shed; and the place rocked with that beating thud.

190. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde: Chapter IV - The Carew murder case

The murderer was gone long ago; but there lay his victim in the middle of the lane, incredibly mangled.

191. The Island of Doctor Moreau: XX. ALONE WITH THE BEAST FOLK

“None escape,” said I. “Therefore hear and do as I command.” They stood up, looking questioningly at one another.

192. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 53

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193. ARENA

One of the civilians twitched at the officer's sleeve, apparently demanding a translation, but the other shook him off impatiently.

194. With wide eyes fixed upon him

His hunting had not carried him far afield, nor was he prone to permit it to do so.

195. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 2

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196. TRAVELING WITH TERROR

He had no conception of the time that had elapsed since I had departed, but guessed that many years had dragged their slow way into the past.

197. Oliver Twist: Chapter XXII

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198. We Will Float in This Sphere with No Occupation

“We shall be floating in this sphere with absolutely no occupation.”

[199. For the Story Teller: Chapter 9 -

Stoty Telling an Aid to Verbal Expression](https://hackernoon.com/for-the-story-teller-chapter-9-stoty-telling-an-aid-to-verbal-expression) “First she leaped, and then she ran, ’Till she came to the cow and thus began.”

200. 9 Stories that Made us Cry (Slogging Insights)

In this thread, we talk about the books, movies, or tv shows that were powerful enough to make us cry.

201. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 44

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202. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 23

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203. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 5

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204. THE DREAM

The word remained like a little ash after a flare.

205. BOUND TO THE STAKE

About the camp of the Boat Builders, as Nu approached, he discovered the usual cordon of night prowlers that he had naturally expected.

206. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 32

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207. Meriem, again bound and under heavy guard in Kovudoo’s own hut

The sweetest-scented grasses lined her bower where other soft, furry pelts made hers the downiest couch in all the jungle.

208. In the filth of a dark hut

Uhha was pleased. She smiled broadly. "I am Uhha," she told him. "My father is Khamis the witch doctor."

209. The Stories we Keep Coming Back to Every Year

Whether it be a film, a novel, a tv show, a video game, these stories are the ones we keep coming back to at least once a year.

210. THE PHANTOM BOWMEN

“Follow me—he cannot harm her, except to kill; and that he can do whether you remain or not. We had best go now—trust me.”

211. A FAIR CAPTIVE FROM THE SKY

The last warrior to leave the deck turned and threw something back upon the vessel, waiting an instant to note the outcome of his act.

212. NADARA AGAIN

This, evidently, was the ford he sought, but as he started toward the river he noticed the imprints of the feet of many animals—human and brute.

213. WRECKAGE

I remember, clearly and coldly and vividly, all that I did that day until the time that I stood weeping and praising God upon the summit of Primrose Hill.

214. THE AWAKENING

“Ha, ha, ha!” laughed one—a red-haired man in a short purple robe. “When the Sleeper wakes—When!”

215. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 9

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216. HESITATIONS

“Confound him!” said Mr. Lewisham, arguing the matter out with the bedroom furniture. “Why the devil can’t he mind his own business?”

217. The Human Side of Animals: Chapter 3 - Animals at play

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218. CHAPTER X

Not Flora Hawkes, but a soft, Spanish name that Flora never had heard.

219. CHAINED IN WARHOON

“I have brought a strange creature wearing the metal of a Thark whom it is my pleasure to have battle with a wild thoat at the great games.”

220. Oliver Twist: Chapter XIII

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221. EPILOGUE

In one respect I shall certainly provoke criticism.

222. For the Story Teller: Chapter 3 - When the Curtain Rises

“Some children were at play in their playground one day, when a herald rode through the town, blowing a trumpet and crying aloud: ‘The King! The King is coming!

223. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 8

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224. Oliver Twist: Chapter XXIII

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225. LADY HARDY

He was a man of extensive reservations. His private life was in some respects exceptionally private.

226. ESCAPE

"Stop!" I cried. "Whoever shoots at me or advances toward me I shall kill as I killed him!"

227. THE DEATH SENTENCE

“Death!” shouted one of the judges.

228. As the leopard leaped for the great ape

“Leave her alone,” he said; “she is mine.”

229. CHILD-RAISING ON MARS

As I reached their side a glance showed me that all but a very few eggs had hatched, the incubator being fairly alive with the hideous little devils.

230. The War in South Africa

I remember I felt singularly unwanted.

[231. For the Story Teller: Chapter 10 -

Stimulating the Emotions by Means of a Story](https://hackernoon.com/for-the-story-teller-chapter-10-stimulating-the-emotions-by-means-of-a-story) “I wish I had somebody to tell me all about the world,” he said to himself once, “a real, live person. Oh, I want somebody dreadfully!”

232. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 8

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233. Oliver Twist: Chapter V

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234. THE PALACE OF MU TEL

“This is Vad Varo, who claims to be from the planet Jasoom,” replied Gor Hajus; “and this, Vad Varo, is Mu Tel, Prince of the House of Kan.”

235. THE CHILDREN OF THE SUN

"Suppose it should turn out that there is nothing but an ocean on this side of the planet," I suggested.

236. The Human Side of Animals: Chapter 5 - Miners and Excavators

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237. FROM PLIGHT TO PLIGHT

The momentum of his flying body, added to that of my own, carried the two of us over the cliff.

238. THE RESCUE

"Thandar is dead," she whispered.

239. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 49

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240. The Island of Doctor Moreau: XII. THE SAYERS OF THE LAW

It was a thick voice, with something in it—a kind of whistling overtone—that struck me as peculiar; but the English accent was strangely good.

241. THE RIFT

The man made an effort to take a firm grasp upon himself that no tell-tale evidence of his emotion might be betrayed in his speech.

242. THE SCANDALOUS RAMBLE

“It’s perfectly splendid. Of all the fine weather the best has been kept for now. My last day. My very last day.”

243. Stories for Telling: The Woodpecker Who was Selfish

One day there was an unusually heavy storm and down from the tree blew the nest. So the Sparrow had now no home.

244. THE BATTLE

Always the bad men caught a few unwary victims before the safety of the ledges could be attained, but this time there was a difference.

245. THANDAR, THE SEEKER

From breast to knees ghastly wounds were furrowed in the man's brown skin where the powerful hind feet of the beast had raked him.

246. The War of the Worlds: Chapter XV. WHAT HAD HAPPENED IN SURREY

Survivors there were none.

247. Oliver Twist: Chapter XIX

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248. The First Men In The Moon by H. G. Wells - Table of Links

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249. THE WORK OF FIFTEEN DAYS

I felt as a rabbit might feel returning to his burrow and suddenly confronted by the work of a dozen busy navvies digging the foundations of a house.

250. The Island of Doctor Moreau: XVII. A CATASTROPHE

Scarcely six weeks passed before I had lost every feeling but dislike and abhorrence for this infamous experiment of Moreau’s.

251. The Island of Doctor Moreau: V. THE MAN WHO HAD NOWHERE TO GO

“You can’t have me!” said I, aghast. He had the squarest and most resolute face I ever set eyes upon.

252. The Prologue in Heaven

Two eternal beings, magnificently enhaloed, the one in a blinding excess of white radiance and the other in a bewildering extravagance of colours.

253. The Vicar and the Angel

"All kinds of artists, Angels with wonderful imaginations, who invent men and cows and eagles and a thousand impossible creatures."

254. For the Story Teller: Chapter 12 - Making Over Stories

To meet these story needs as applied to oral delivery, a story has, ordinarily, to be made over before it is told.

255. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 6

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[256. For the Story Teller: Chapter 7 -

The Instinct Story](https://hackernoon.com/for-the-story-teller-chapter-7-the-instinct-story) Instinct may be defined as inherited memory.

257. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 57

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258. The Island of Doctor Moreau: IX. THE THING IN THE FOREST

Once more I thought I caught the glint of his eyes, and that was all.

259. The Human Side of Animals: Chapter 1 - Animals that Practice Camouflage

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260. PROMINENT PEOPLE

“The King doesn’t belong. They had to expel him. It’s the Stuart blood, I suppose; but really—”

261. Three persons stepped from the veranda of Lord Greystoke's

Futilest of futilities! The huge, destroying bludgeon had not even paused, but swinging in a great circle fell crushingly upon the skull of The Second Woman.

262. The Jungle: Chapter III

In these chutes the stream of animals was continuous; it was quite uncanny to watch them, pressing on to their fate, all unsuspicious a very river of death.

263. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

“They are as they are,” replied the professor. “I shall do for them what I can—when I am gone they must look to themselves. I can see no way out of it.”

264. “King of the Apes”

With swelling chest he narrated the glories of his adventure and exhibited the spoils of conquest.

265. BILLY BYRNE

The stranger was very lavish in his entertainment.

266. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 18

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267. Pride and Prejudice: Chapter 16

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268. THE CAPITAL

The camp described probably occupies the site of present-day Pasadena.

269. A WITHDRAWAL

Lewisham growled, went from page 1 to page 3—conscious of their both looking to him now—even intensely—and discovered Chaffery in a practical vein.

270. THE CHANGE

Everything was as still a

271. The Roaring Wave of Fear That Swept Through the Greatest City in the World

She turned without a word—they were both panting—and they went back to where the lady in white struggled to hold back the frightened pony.

272. The Gods of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs - Table of Links

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273. THE ENGLISH CLAIM TO AMERICA

The fifth testimony, out of Gomara’s “General History,” is the following extract from a history of the West Indies published in 1552–1553.

274. IN THE HANDS OF THE VA-GAS

“Draw your revolver,” I said, “and follow me. If they interfere we shall have to shoot them. We must get out of this before the others arrive.”

275. Oliver Twist: Chapter XLI

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276. IN THE SILENT ROOMS

“Thi Man huwdbi Kin” forced itself on him as “The Man who would be King.”

277. Sunrise on the Moon

As we saw it first it was the wildest and most desolate of scenes. We were in an enormous amphitheatre, a vast circular plain, the floor of the giant crater.

278. The Violin

He looked about him in a puzzled way. "I had a kind of vision while you were playing. I seemed to see——. What did I see? It has gone."

279. Oliver Twist: Chapter XLIII

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280. Lady Hammergallow's View

"Mr Hilyer, I protest. I know. Not anything you can say will alter my opinion one jot. Don't try. I never suspected you were nearly such an interesting man."

281. Oliver Twist: Chapter XXI

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282. The New Phase

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283. LOVE AFTER THE CHANGE

I went toward them, and all the perspectives of my reconstructed universe altered as I did so.

284. THE WEAR AND TEAR OF EPISCOPACY

He came to Princhester an innocent and trustful man.

285. INTO THE MOUTH OF THE CRATER

“Certainly,” she replied. “Even now I cannot understand how you were able to overcome a tor-ho with that pitiful little stick of wood.”

286. THE DEPARTURE

Dr. Martineau said something of no consequence about its being a very comfortable little car.

287. Oliver Twist: Chapter XLII

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288. The Angel's Debut

"Did you really make that up yourself?" said Mrs Jehoram, sparkling her eyes at him, "as you went along. Really, it is wonderful! Nothing less than wonderful."

289. Stories for Telling: Goody Two Shoes

They found that little Marjery was the best scholar and had the best heart of any one who wanted to be the teacher, and they gave her a most favorable report.

290. LOVE AMONG THE WRECKAGE

“I saw you yesterday. And I rode over to see you.” I had now come close to her, and stood looking up into her face.

291. MANIFESTATIONS

In the darkness on the table something faintly luminous, a greenish-white patch, stirred and hopped slowly among the dim shapes.

292. IN BATTERSEA PARK

She spoke at last with an effort. “That it hurts me,” she said, and grimaced and stopped again.

293. THE LITTLE EDEN

Up the bed of the stream she led him, sometimes floundering through holes so deep that they were entirely submerged.

294. ANN VERONICA PUTS THINGS IN ORDER

“I don’t know why. But this is like—like walking round a house that looks square and complete and finding an unexpected long wing running out behind.”

295. THE ENCOUNTER AT STONEHENGE

“Talking wanton nonsense.... Any professional archaeologist would laugh, simply laugh....”

296. THE SYMPATHY OF LADY SUNDERBUND

“The first thing I began to read again,” said Mrs. Garstein Fellows, “—I'm not saying it for your sake, Bishop—was the Bible.”

297. A Modern Utopia: The Bubble Bursts

“I've been in the gardens on the river terrace,” he answers, “hoping I might see her again.”

298. SURPRISE ATTACK

"—down to the lower levels—" the thought came slowly, forced out by a weakening will. "Lower—levels—roads to the sea—"

299. The Trouble of the Barbed Wire

So, ingloriously, ended the Angel's first and last appearance in Society.

300. THE PRISON ISLE OF SHADOR

The big fellow spun around like a top, his knees gave beneath him and he crumpled to the ground at my feet.

301. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 3

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302. The Great Gatsby: Chapter 4

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303. The Alali women, fifty strong

But all the men had not disappeared.

304. RICHARD HAKLUYT THE MAN

Richard Hakluyt was of an ancient Hertfordshire family, dating back in that historic county to the thirteenth century.

305. THE FIRST VISION

“You may die like a madman,” he said, “but you won't die like a tame rabbit.”

306. “AS THE WIND BLOWS.”

“Tu, nisi ventis Debes ludibrium, cave.”

307. THE FIGHT IN THE PALACE

“I cannot go alone,” she answered simply, “and I know that you will not leave him. There is no other way—we must stay.”

308. SLAVERY

A good rule that, and only relaxed by courtesy in favour of the retinue of visiting royalty from a friendly foreign power.

309. Kalfastoban turned immediately to a search of the various chambers

As the three paused a moment to look about the chamber there fell upon their ears the sound of a human voice.

310. THE HALL OF DOOM

The man, seeing the success of his strategy, could not restrain a faint smile of satisfaction.

311. Bearded white men moved cautiously

The extreme caution of the two men was prompted by former experiences with the intelligent and doglike creatures with which they had to deal.

312. The War of the Worlds: Chapter XIV. IN LONDON

“There’s fighting going on about Weybridge” was the extent of their information.

313. The War of the Worlds: Chapter IX. THE FIGHTING BEGINS

“It’s a pity they make themselves so unapproachable,” he said. “It would be curious to know how they live on another planet; we might learn a thing or two.”

314. THE HEART OF THE MOON

“We are falling toward the Moon, sir,” he said, “and she does not respond to her control.”

315. DANGER

He shrugged and there was a cold smile upon his handsome lips. “Very well,” he said, “fetch Xaxa. When do you start?”

316. DESTRUCTION UNLEASHED

Since neither the merman nor Dalgard took cover, Raf judged that they did not fear attack now.

317. THE NEW HAROUN AL RASCHID

His definition of Prejudice impressed White as being the most bloodless and philosophical formula that ever dominated the mind of a man.

318. THE HEAVY CHEST

“Him? No, him no hurt Sing. Sing poor,” with which more or less enigmatical rejoinder the Chinaman returned to his work.

319. THE BATTLE OF THE DARKNESS

Abruptly the flare was extinguished and the ways were an inky darkness once more, a tumultuous mystery.

[320. For the Story Teller: Chapter 8 -

The Dramatic Story](https://hackernoon.com/for-the-story-teller-chapter-8-the-dramatic-story) A child cries at a pain, laughs when he is tickled, starts in fear at a sudden and loud noise.

321. Ann Veronica A Modern Love Story: Chap 15. THE LAST DAYS AT HOME

They decided to go to Switzerland at the session’s end. “We’ll clean up everything tidy,” said Capes....

322. 999 PRISCILLA

“Amen,” replied Bulan, “but yet, had it not been for Borneo I might never have found you.”

323. Man’s Reason

This necessitated watching by day on Tarzan’s part to discover where the arrows were being concealed.

324. THE THIRD VISION

“It is not the poverty I fear,” said Lady Ella.

325. THE CAVERNS OF VENUS

I had not spoken very loudly, but the words seemed to reverberate in my mouth, as if to testify to the correctness of my explanation.

326. From Ape to Savage

The idea recalled Rokoff to his mind.

327. The Child of the Ages

"I've been working. I got excited by my work. I've been at the laboratory. I've had the best spell of work I've ever had since our marriage."

328. At Sea View, Sundering-on-Sea

In an uncomfortable armchair of slippery black horsehair, in a mean apartment at Sundering-on-Sea, sat a sick man.

329. THE BULL WHIP

Von Horn did not relish the insinuation in the accent which the girl put upon the last word.

330. IN THE LAND OF THE FORGOTTEN PEOPLES

“She is much more incapable than I am,” said Sir Richmond as if he delivered a weighed and very important judgment.

331. Settling Down

"It's—it's so generous."

332. AT THE ARIZONA CAVE

Above me shone the red eye of Mars holding her awful secret, forty-eight million miles away.

333. Mr. Harold Moore was a bilious-countenanced, studious young man

“I—ah—essayed to take the book from him,” he replied, a slight flush mounting his sallow cheek; “but—ah—your son is quite muscular for one so young.”

334. The Beautiful and Damned: Book I, Chapter I - ANTHONY PATCH

This was his healthy state and it made him cheerful, pleasant, and very attractive to intelligent men and to all women.

335. World in Doubt?

"Yes, you alone. Then my wand would be drained for a space. But what can you do within their hold, save be meat for their taking?"

336. In the German Lines

Tarzan shook his head. "Not regularly," he replied. "I must fight in my own way; but I can help you. Whenever I wish I can enter the German lines."

337. NOT YET—

One was that Astra already harbored an Earth colony—descended from refugees from the world of the previous century.

338. TOO LATE

It was the girl who first spoke. “Who are you,” she asked, “to whom I owe my safety?”

339. At last he remembered with painful regret the drunken sailor

Billy Byrne had not been scrapping with third- and fourth-rate heavies, and sparring with real, live ones for nothing.

340. SURPRISES

I wondered what fate awaited this other poor victim and myself, and why they had chosen to have us die together.

341. Komodoflorensal stood at Tarzan's side

"They are not dead, my friend," replied Komodoflorensal. "They are the nobles whose duty it is to prevent the use of wine. They are not dead—they are drunk."

342. Shades Against Shadow

"I think so." Her voice was weak. "The Foanna ... Ynlan ... Ynvalda—" Steadying herself against him, she tried to look around.

343. THE DEPTHS OF OMEAN

“Secure them,” he said, “but do not injure them.”

344. The White Chief of the Waziri

After a time they commenced to quiet down, and as no further mysterious deaths occurred among them they took heart again.

345. As his eyes fell upon the newcomer

“Long have I looked for you, Tarzan,” said Akut. “Now that I have found you I shall come to your jungle and live there always.”

346. DEAD LONDON

“Ulla, ulla, ulla, ulla,” wailed that superhuman note—great waves of sound sweeping down the broad, sunlit roadway,between the tall buildings on each side.

347. Oliver Twist: Chapter XXX

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348. THE JEDDAK OF LOTHAR

The language that he used was intelligible to the two below, yet there was a marked difference between it and their Barsoomian tongue.

349. THE NORTHEAST PASSAGE

Not long after he is found turning from the Northwest Passage and advising a new voyage for the discovery of a Northeast route to India.

350. SORTIE

"I saw——" Thorvald gasped, pausing as if to catch full lungfuls of air to back his words, "they have a 'hound!' That's what you hear."

351. A TRIP OF TERROR

"Aren't you a little surprised that this small room is not choking full of smoke? You know that the shutters are tightly closed."

352. FIRST MATE STARK

Thurg pleaded and threatened, but all to no avail.

353. Burials

Picking it up to examine it, Clayton gave a cry of astonishment, for the ring bore the crest of the house of Greystoke.

354. The War of the Worlds: Chapter XVII. THE “THUNDER CHILD”

When his eyes were clear again he saw the monster had passed and was rushing landward.

355. A GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE

“I don't tink I could pack him very fer tonight—I don't feel jest quite fit agin yet. You wouldn't mind much if I buried him here, would you?”

356. "... that's my half of it. The rest of it you know."

"Reminds me of something I saw once—animals running before a forest fire. They can't all be looking for new hunting territory," McNeil returned.

357. The Island of Doctor Moreau: XVI. HOW THE BEAST FOLK TASTE BLOOD

My inexperience as a writer betrays me, and I wander from the thread of my story.

358. EXEGETICAL

“My faith in God grows,” he said.

359. THE FLIGHT TO LONDON

Ann Veronica had an impression that she did not sleep at all that night, and at any rate she got through an immense amount of feverish feeling and thinking.

360. CORRIDORS OF PERIL

“Had they not better throw these bodies to the plant men and then return to their quarters, O Mighty One?” asked Thuvia of me.

361. A Trivial Incident

The Angel made an irresolute movement. "Your eyes are very beautiful," he said quietly, with a remote wonder in his voice.

362. THROUGH THE CARRION CAVES

What became of them none knew—only that they passed forever out of the sight of man into that grim and mysterious country of the pole.

363. MY MOTHER’S LAST DAYS

“Your poor dear mother! So good and honest a woman! So simple and kind and forgiving! To think of it! My dear young man!”—he said it manfully—“I’m ashamed.”

364. I'll never forget my first impressions of Caspak

My predicament was grave.

365. Through several chambers and corridors

The light which faintly illuminated it entered through a narrow embrasure which was heavily barred, but it was evidently daylight.

366. Sometimes lolling upon Tantor’s back

“My God!” he exclaimed. “Are you a man?”

367. TO PROVE THAT THESE INDIANS, AFORENAMED, CAME NOT BY THE SOUTH-EAST, SOUTH-WEST

TO PROVE THAT THESE INDIANS, AFORENAMED, CAME NOT BY THE SOUTH-EAST, SOUTH-WEST, NOR FROM ANY OTHER PART OF AFRICA OR AMERICA

368. A FAIR GODDESS

“Give me a revolver,” she whispered. “I can use that upon those your sword does not silence in time.”

369. AWAKENING

The climbing was difficult and oftentimes dangerous.

370. SHOOTING STAR

"This is not hunting ground." His message formed in Dalgard's mind. "That finned one had no fear of me."

371. FRIENDSHIP AND TREACHERY

Of course we couldn't know the intentions of the strangers, but we could pretty well guess them.

372. The Flight from Xuja

Metak, the son of Herog, was no weakling.

373. FROBISHER IN ARCTIC AMERICA