Virtually each person likes canines, even those that want cats as pets. So it isn't awesome that writers have committed loads of verbiage certainly to explain their ongoing love affair with the canines breed. you can find herein every kind of stories targeting canines: technological know-how fiction tales, mysteries, horror stories, westerns, memoirs, funny money owed, and first-person doggie narratives. There are recognized items through writers akin to Jack London, James Oliver Curwood, Washington Irving, Saki, E. C. Tubb, John Gregory Betancourt, Robert Hood, and Jack Dann--and tales by way of authors who're quite unknown today.
Here are twenty-five great stories of canines and their interactions with people, plus 5 bonus poems:
"The name of the Wild," through Jack London
"My good friend Bobby," by way of Alan E. Nourse
"Neb," via Robert Reginald
"My Friend," through nameless [poem]
"Kerfol," by way of Edith Wharton
"The Monster," via S. M. Tenneshaw
"Tinker," via E. Nesbit
"Phantom Dogs," by means of Elliott O'Donnell
"The canines of Hannoie," through E. C. Tubb
"Warlock," by way of Gordon Stables [poem]
"Spaniel and Newfoundland Dogs," via Edward Jesse
"A puppy of Flanders," by way of Ouida
"Guard Dog," via Robert Hood
"Rip Van Winkle," via Washington Irving
"Stories of puppy Sagacity," by means of W. H. G. Kingston
"The top Friend," by way of Meribah Philbrick Abbott [poem]
"Grab a Knife and shop a Life," by way of Mark E. Burgess
"Kazan," by way of James Oliver Curwood
"Mercy's Reward," by means of Sir Edwin Arnold [poem]
"Snap: the tale of a Bull-Terrier," by way of Ernest Thompson Seton
"Dogs Questing," by way of John Gregory Betancourt
"The Widow's Dog," via Mary Russell Mitford
"The Beast of Space," via F. E. Hardart
"Oil of Dog," by means of Ambrose Bierce
"Spirit Dog," by means of Jack Dann
"Little Doggerel," by means of Robert Reginald [poem]
"A Pilgrim," through Robert W. Chambers
"The Open Window," by means of Saki
"Memoirs of a Yellow Dog," through O. Henry
"The Sound of the Barkervilles," via Robert Reginald.
And be sure you seek this e-book shop for "Wildside Megapack" to determine extra volumes within the sequence, together with extra animal tales (like Cats), plus mysteries, event tales, westerns, ghost tales, technology fiction -- and lots more and plenty, a lot more!
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