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Bibliography: p. 11-14
The tale: Rip Van Winkle, by W. Irving.--Story of dramatic incident: The ambitious guest, by N. Hawthorne.--Story of local color: Namgay Doola, by R. Kipling.--Love story: Two of them, by J. Barrie.--Story of romantic adventures: The Sir De Maletroit's door, by R. L. Stevenson.--Story of terror: The pit and the pendulum, by E. A. Poe.--Story of the supernatural: The haunted and the haunters; or, The house and the brain, by E. Bulwer-Lytton.--Humorous story: My double and how he undid me, by E. E. Hale.--Character sketch: Cree Queery and Mysy Drolly, by J. M. Berrie.--Animal story: Moti Gij--mutineer, by R. Kipling.--Apologue: Doctor Heidegger's experiment, by N. Hawthorne.--Story of ingenuity: The goldbug, by E. A. Poe.--Psychological story: Markhelm, by R. L. Stevenson