The Saturday Evening Post Treasury

by Roger Butterfield | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0671634003 Global Overview for this book
Registered by eastbaybookmisr of Oakland, California USA on 2/27/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by eastbaybookmisr from Oakland, California USA on Sunday, February 27, 2011
1954 Simon and Schuster oversize hardcover of best-of excerpts from the iconic magazine, 1730-1952. I rescued this copy last year from the recycle bin at Montclair Library.

I can let this go after I read these, and also:
1730 Reprieve for Jemmy and James (short story) [read 2011]
1731 Apology for Printers (essay) [read 2011]
1731 Adventure with a Tar Barrell (essay) [read 2011]
1838 Ligeia (short story) [read 2010]
1839 The Fall of the House of Usher (short story) [read 2010]
1843 The Black Cat (short story) [read 2011]
1865 Assassination of President Lincoln (essay) [read 2011]
1892 Mrs. Manstey's View (short story) [read 2012]
1893 The Fullness of Life (short story) [read 2012]
1895 A Journey (short story) [read 2013]
1898 Good-By, Jim (poem) [read 2011]
1898 The Man Who Could Not Be Cornered (short story) [read 2011]
1898 The House of the Dead Hand (short story) [read 2014]
1899 The Greater Inclination (story collection) [read 2014]
1899 The Sergeant's Private Madhouse (short story) [read 2014]
1900 The Touchstone (novella) [read 2014]
1900 An Odyssey of the North (novelette) [read 2009]
1901 Crucial Instances (story collection) [read 2014]
1901 Carrie Nation and Kansas (essay) [read 2014]
1903 The Descent of Man and Other Stories (story collection) [read 2014]
1903 The Call of the Wild (novella) [read 2009]
1903 The Shadow and the Flash (short story) [read 2012]
1904 The Last Asset (novelette) [read 2014]
1904 The Other Two (short story) [read 2014]
1904 The Napoleon of Notting Hill [read 2010]
1904 The Passing of "Third Floor Back" (short story) [read 2014]
1904 The Mishaps of Gentle Jane (short story) [read 2014]
1905 The House of Mirth [read 2008]
1905 Love of Life (short story) [read 2009]
1894-1906 Collected Stories of O. Henry [read 2015]
1906 White Fang [read 2015]
1907 The Ransom of Red Chief (short story) [read 2015]
1907 The Great Pancake Record (short story) [read 2015]
1907 The Nickelodeons (essay) [read 2015]
1908 The Hermit and the Wild Woman and Other Stories [read 2015]
1908 The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare [read 2011]
1909 A Piece of Steak (short story) [read 2015]
1910 Tales of Men and Ghosts (story collection) [read 2015]
1910 The Bolt from the Blue (short story) [read 2015]
1911 Ethan Frome (novella) [read 2009]
1911 Xingu (short story) [read 2015]
1914 The Triumph of Night (novelette) [read 2015]
1915 In Alsace (short story) [read 2015]
1921 Europe's Morning After (essays) [n/a]
1922 Sun Hunting [n/a]
1926 Spanish Bayonet [read 2011]
1926 John Brown's Body [read 2013]
1928 The Story About the Anteater (short story) [read 2012]
1929 The King of the Cats (short story) [read 2017]
1929 The Sound and the Fury [read 2011]
1930 Dry September (short story) [read 2012]
1930 As I Lay Dying [read 2013]
1932 A Death in the Country (short story) [read 2017]
1932 Glamour (short story) [read 2017]
1933 Too Early Spring (short story) [read 2017]
1935 The Curfew Tolls (short story) [read 2017]
1935 Your Turn Mr. Moto [n/a]
1936 Everybody Was Very Nice (short story) [read 2017]
1936 The Blood of the Martyrs (short story) [read 2017]
1936 The Devil and Daniel Webster (All That Money Can Buy) (short story) [read 2017]
1937 Pull, Pull Together (short story) [read 2012]

Edit December 14, 2018: This is an amazing collection, spanning a huge range of American history through its pre-modern era. Some of the pieces are more interesting than others, of course. But all provide a great view of old Americana.

Released 3 mos ago (12/15/2018 UTC) at 21772 Tanglewood Little Free Library in Castro Valley, California USA


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