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Post Posted:: December 12th, 2015, 4:12 pm 

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Hey, I think that's a terrific project!

I remember some older relatives back in the 1970s who were involved in ... I think it was called something like "Talking Books" ... with the Royal Blind Society, and I've always considered that Librivox was well placed to contribute in this area.

The best "assistance" services are the ones the person in question can access and pilot themselves, rather than "be assisted to".

Best of luck with the demo, and feel free to help yourself to any of my stuff should the service get expanded.

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Post Posted:: December 13th, 2015, 11:59 am 

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This is an excellent idea. Please do check back in and suggest any other parameters you had in mind. In the meantime, I'll keep an eye out for pieces that should be under twenty minutes for my reading queue.

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Post Posted:: December 15th, 2015, 5:49 pm 

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Hello! I've been burning a lot of midnight oil lately - I think it's almost good to go!

Does anyone in the UK fancy giving it a thrash? 0330 22 33 465* - librivox is on menu 3 :)

Have a play and a listen, leave a voicemail etc. Please feel free to dial 141 before to with-hold your number, the only thing that won't work is the feature that remembered where you were the next time you call in the same day (another neat thing, eh?).

I've not updated the help yet, but I've just added a new function to the skip menu, so while you're listening to a track, the following keys skip back and forward as follows:
1 and 3: -/+track
4 and 6: -/+30s
7 and 9:-/+3m
2 restarts the track, 5 pauses it. Zero replays the current menu, * returns to main menu, # is the help (you won't lose your place in the track).

It's not perfect yet, but it's 00:45am and I'm determined to get to bed before 1am, so it's close enough to have a play with.

Don't worry about what time you ring, the system's not in anyone's house, it's sitting in Docklands somewhere so you won't wake anyone up!

Feedback greatly appreciated either here, via pm or even by leaving a message on the line itself.

*This is a normal rate number, charged at a standard landline rate.
So for 99% of people on landlines in the UK, it's free at the weekends, most people have evening calls (7pm-7am) included, and the rest of time if you've not got an inclusive call package, then it's whatever the normal charge is, same as an 01 or 02. This is NOT an 0845 or a revenue generating number. You'll get a warning beep at 45 mins and cut off at 59 mins as that's the maximum length that included calls are free. Double-check with your provider!

Thanks!

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Post Posted:: December 16th, 2015, 10:16 am 

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Come on, give it a try, don't be shy!

So, next up, who fancies curating a monthly podcast of 9 items like this?

All I require is 9 links and titles and I'll take care of the rest!

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Post Posted:: December 16th, 2015, 5:08 pm 
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I tried it! I listened to ME! It works very well (even if it is a little bit weird listening to yourself at the other end of the phone ;)).

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Post Posted:: December 16th, 2015, 11:54 pm 

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Very straightforward; I played part of one of Cori's poems and the start of my Tobermory, also main menu item 1 for more information on the set-up. The "feedback" choice has two options, but I couldn't tell which was appropriate.

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Post Posted:: December 17th, 2015, 2:52 am 

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Oooh, you are all lovely! I got some feedback by the voicemail (at least that works!) and also from other testers.
So if you found any of the following...

"The help is a bit quiet".
Stupid 2am oversight. There's a script which "normalizes" the audio for phone lines - applies some compression, boosts the middle, then applies low and high pass filters. I changed the file then forgot to run it. What you heard was what it would sound like on a "normal" phone system, which is why hold music is often too quiet...

"Sounds slightly distorted on my mobile"
I may be overdriving the line a bit - someone asked if I could go louder, so I cranked it a notch.
I've cranked it back down one notch. Tricky to find the perfect medium - mobiles don't suffer from the loss of gain that long landlines sometimes do.

"When I hung up during a track and called back, I got the message and then cut off".
Stupid typo - a missing closing bracket which the compiler doesn't pick up.

"I was skipping forward some tracks and found myself listening to something from another menu".
What happened there wasn't a bug, but just poor design!
You "fell off" the end of the audio queue, it took you back to the main menu, then caught another press of '3', which took you to the Librivox submenu, then another 3 which was the poem.
What about if I put some non-skippable audio that plays "that was the last track", then returns you to the current menu rather than the main menu?

"Skipping with 4 and 6 maybe could use some feedback as it's a bit confusing".
This is where I could do with some guidance! So you're jumping << and >> by 30s each time. If there's < 30s to the end of the track, it starts playing 30s from the end of the track.

Any suggestions for explaining this better would be good! I don't really want to be adding a "you just skipped 30 seconds" message each time.
If an mp3 player does/doesn't do it then my system should/shouldn't do it!

Also, is it annoying having the "one-shot" explanation file before the menu?
The problem is that if I put this explainer into a track, that uses one of the "slots".
What I'll do is make it so that pressing any key during an intro jumps to the menu, not the corresponding track.

I was also thinking that the layout of the skip keys sucks. To me, having a large "whole file" skip at the top, then a smaller 30s leap in the middle, then a 3m leap at the bottom doesn't make sense. Originally there was no "7/9 3m skip" so it just got bolted on. How about this instead:

1/3 = 30s skip
3/6 = 3m skip
7/9 = file skip
*/0 = main/local menu.

New point testing things I know are broken so give me an hour and I'll post back here again. Thanks again all!

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Post Posted:: December 17th, 2015, 3:32 am 

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Might I suggest that, as well as getting people to "try" your system, you also get a few folks together to try and "break" it? That is, brainstorm a few test scripts to completely "Sod's Law" the set-up? Might save time later.

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Post Posted:: December 17th, 2015, 6:00 am 

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SonOfTheExiles wrote:
Might I suggest that, as well as getting people to "try" your system, you also get a few folks together to try and "break" it?


Good idea, and funnily enough, I did just that on another forum - I wanted to see how people used it "normally" and when "trying" to break it :)

SonOfTheExiles wrote:
That is, brainstorm a few test scripts to completely "Sod's Law" the set-up? Might save time later.


Yeah, that was a bit embarrassing as most of the tests had, in theory, been done and passed.

As you can imagine, I've seen more 3am finishes than I care to remember in the two weeks that I've got to do this in, and human error slips in!

*warning - geekery from now on!*

Someone said how it must be difficult to keep state and debug a UI without the "g" part! I have a flowchart and state diagram of how it SHOULD work, and I can see a log window and review a log of what people did to break it, but ultimately, it's line after line of code (380 lines for the core menu scripts alone to be exact!).

What I am showcasing/demonstrating with the podcast and Librivox line is just the "front" end, as it were. There's a whole telephony-driven back end for an organisation that buys the "real" version of this.

Then there's the fact that I'm pushing a system far beyond what it was ever intended to do - what possible use could there ever be to remember a menu level, track number and playback time of a message on a phone system. Have to track current menu depth, write current track and time to a realtime DB every second, seek to that point if they hang up while listening to a track and not in a menu and so on. No-one had written that, so I had to write that, along with several other custom bits, then hook into them.

All with a compiler which doesn't grumble at things like invalid bracket pairing because there are cases where that may be valid.

All of which, as you can imagine, led to quotes between £1,800 in the UK for the very cheapest, to "somewhere between $20k and $30k (yes, really!) from a company in the USA to "that wouldn't be possible". Turns out it IS possible!

Which is why I ended up brushing off and updating my decade-old telephony programming knowledge and doing it myself, hopefully gaining a new skill in the process!

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Post Posted:: December 18th, 2015, 3:47 am 

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Here are some suggestions for your next podcast, all read by Cori Samuel:

https://librivox.org/short-nonfiction-collection-vol-028-by-various/
Track 3 "A Defense of Rash Vows" by G. K. Chesterton

https://librivox.org/women-of-history-by-anonymous/
Tracks 14 and 21 "Eudocia" and "Jane, Countess of Mountfort"

https://librivox.org/short-story-collection-vol-051-by-various/
Track 10 "Hearts and Hands" by O. Henry

https://librivox.org/short-story-collection-vol-049-by-various/
Track 7 "The Valley Of Childish Things" by Edith Wharton

https://librivox.org/short-story-collection-vol-044/
Track 20 "The Walking Woman" by Mary Hunter Austin

https://librivox.org/short-story-collection-vol-036/
Track 18 "Something Will Turn Up" by David Mason

https://librivox.org/survivors-tales-of-famous-crimes-by-walter-wood/
Track 7 "The Brighton Railway Murder"

https://librivox.org/short-science-fiction-collection-vol-001-by-various/
Track 9 "Toy Shop" by Harry Harrison

https://librivox.org/short-science-fiction-collection-vol-002/
Track 7 "The Troubadour"

And two classics which are ostensibly written for children but which I rather liked:

https://librivox.org/nine-unlikely-tales-for-children-by-e-nesbit/
Track 7 "The Sums That Came Right" by Edith Nesbit

https://librivox.org/childrens-short-works-vol-009/
Track 13 "When Mother Fell Ill" by Eleanor H Porter

If you like this idea of "single reader" collections, I might try to do another one...

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Post Posted:: December 18th, 2015, 5:25 pm 

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Clever idea! Best of luck with it.

I'm sure some grown ups will appreciate children's stories, e.g. fairy tales & magic. e.g.

https://librivox.org/the-magic-world-by-e-nesbit/ an influential collection of twelve short stories, nicely read (as always!) by Ruth Golding ... one is 17 min, with a pair in the low 20s; the rest are longer.

Also, if you don't find what you need from http://ekzemplaro.org/librivox/catalog/ then I don't mind doing a search on my independent version of the LibriVox DB. If you do the work of turning names into reader IDs (perhaps starting with a few as a test), I should be able to include that in a query by section length. Of course it would still require manual filtering to find things that stand by themselves, but at least a few familiar items are likely to stand out.

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Post Posted:: December 18th, 2015, 9:43 pm 
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If it takes off maybe you could consider including a "serial" - 1 chapter a week. ? Not suggesting War and Peace - but something shorter

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Post Posted:: December 19th, 2015, 5:59 am 

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Hi Scott, my next idea was to try the same thing with these readers, if you wanted to give them a shot:

https://librivox.org/reader/3470 (Jason Mills, reads lots of short things)
https://librivox.org/reader/2607 (Ruth Golding, reads lots of everything!)
https://librivox.org/reader/103 (Karen Savage, not sure if she has much short stuff though)
https://librivox.org/reader/1259 (Elizabeth Klett, reads very clearly though not always British sounding)

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Post Posted:: December 19th, 2015, 8:47 am 

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You lot are gold-dust! Thank you! I don't think I've got time to change the list much before Christmas, but you've given me brainfood for several months after!

I was also thinking of running a fun little "record your own Christma short story" thing - ring in, record a few minutes (poem, story, cracker joke) on the voicemailbox, and then I'd put them out over Christmas week.

I suspect I've left it a bit late for this year ...

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Post Posted:: December 19th, 2015, 1:02 pm 

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Elizabby wrote:
Hi Scott, my next idea was to try the same thing with these readers, if you wanted to give them a shot

Done! I restricted the search to sections which have their own author linked in the DB. Those are more likely to stand alone rather than being part of a 'chapter book' . Of course it omits lots of genuine candidates but greatly reduces the need to filter manually AND still leaves plenty of choices. (And, additional reader IDs would yield more choices.)

Download: http://appletfab.com/extras/sections-under-20-min.csv including reader name & book URL.

Here's the same sections with fewer columns, though it's still a bit unwieldy for the forum:

id - minutes - author - book - section_number - title
6104 - 3 - Henry Lawson - Australian Miscellany - 4 - When Your Pants Begin to Go
6104 - 4 - Marcus Clarke - Australian Miscellany - 28 - Wail Of The Waiter (A Tavern Catch), The
7189 - 5 - James Weldon Johnson - The Black Experience in America, 18th-20th Century, Vol. 1 - 3 - Fifty Years
7189 - 18 - United States Work Projects Administration - The Black Experience in America, 18th-20th Century, Vol. 1 - 9 - Ex-Slave Minnie Davis
6243 - 17 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 1 - 8 - Introductory Romance From the Pen of William Tinkling, Esq. (Aged Eight) from 'Holiday Romance'
6243 - 17 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 1 - 9 - Old Lamps for New Ones
6243 - 12 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 1 - 11 - Some Particulars Concerning a Lion from 'Mudfog and Other Sketches'
6243 - 17 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 1 - 13 - The Ghost of the Late Mr. James Barber
6243 - 8 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 1 - 20 - The Holly Tree, Third Branch - The Bill
6260 - 17 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 2 - 12 - Lying Awake from Reprinted Pieces
6271 - 4 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 3 - 16 - Subjects for Painters from The Complete Poems
6370 - 18 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 4 - 12 - Where We Stopped Growing from Household Words, Vol. VI No. 145
6370 - 17 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 4 - 20 - It is not Generally Known from Household Words, Vol. X No. 232
6387 - 14 - Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 5 - 7 - Reflections of a Lord Mayor from Household Words, Vol. X
2417 - 16 - W. T. Stead - Children's Short Works, Vol. 001 - 5 - The Feast of the Lanterns
3514 - 19 - James Baldwin - Children's Short Works, Vol. 003 - 10 - Wondering Jack
3903 - 3 - Lewis Carroll - Children's Short Works, Vol. 005 - 7 - The Pig-Tale
3382 - 4 - Unknown - Coffee Break Collection 001 - Humor - 20 - A Rash Assumption, from Punch 9 Dec 1914
3623 - 10 - Richard Jefferies - Coffee Break Collection 003 - Nature - 5 - The July Grass
3896 - 8 - H. L. Mencken - Coffee Break Collection 004 - Hodge Podge - 9 - Zoos
4608 - 8 - Pedro Antonio de Alarcón y Ariza - Coffee Break Collection 005 - Love and Relationships - 4 - Captain Veneno's Proposal of Marriage
5768 - 9 - Various - Coffee Break Collection 007 - Travel - 11 - Selections from Mr. Punch on Tour
8141 - 7 - Elizabeth M. Laws Hibberd - Fireside Christmas Short Stories - 4 - The Eve of St. Nicholas
8141 - 6 - Elizabeth M. Laws Hibberd - Fireside Christmas Short Stories - 16 - Grandmother's Christmas Story
3324 - 13 - Hans Christian Andersen - Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tale Collection - 15 - The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf
1846 - 3 - Isaac Watts - Hymns of the Christian Church - 4 - Psalm XC
1846 - 3 - Charles Wesley - Hymns of the Christian Church - 26 - Christmas Hymn
1846 - 2 - Reginald Heber - Hymns of the Christian Church - 30 - The Holy Trinity
1846 - 2 - Ray Palmer - Hymns of the Christian Church - 36 - My Faith Looks Up to Thee
2346 - 3 - Thomas Moore - James Joyce in Context, Vol. 1: Telemachus - 26 - Tis the Last Rose of Summer
2346 - 3 - Unknown - James Joyce in Context, Vol. 1: Telemachus - 27 - Ned Grogan (Irish folk song)
4843 - 2 - Kahlil Gibran - LibriVox's Most Wanted poetry collection - 7 - The Dying Man and the Vulture
4843 - 5 - D. H. Lawrence - LibriVox's Most Wanted poetry collection - 9 - Snake
986 - 12 - William Wordsworth - Long Poems Collection 005 - 5 - Ode: Intimations of Immortality From Recollections in Early Childhood
1450 - 8 - William Wordsworth - Long Poems Collection 006 - 4 - Lines: Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abby
1450 - 8 - Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Long Poems Collection 006 - 5 - Dejection: An Ode
8998 - 15 - James Bryce - Magna Carta Commemoration Essays - 0 - Preface
6751 - 11 - William Warren - Movies and Hollywood Short Story Collection, Volume 1 - 18 - Alice in Movieland
4145 - 17 - Jerome K. Jerome - My First Book - 0 - Introduction
4145 - 18 - James Payn - My First Book - 2 - The Family Scapegrace
4145 - 11 - Rudyard Kipling - My First Book - 7 - Departmental Ditties
4145 - 18 - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - My First Book - 8 - Juvenilia
4145 - 15 - Frederick William Robinson - My First Book - 10 - The House of Elmore
4145 - 17 - R. M. Ballantyne - My First Book - 12 - Hudson's Bay
3242 - 2 - Henry Francis Lyte - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 1 - Abide With Me
3242 - 1 - Alfred, Lord Tennyson - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 2 - Crossing the Bar
3242 - 1 - John Greenleaf Whittier - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 3 - Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
3242 - 1 - John Donne - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 4 - Death Be Not Proud
3242 - 1 - Henry Scott Holland - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 5 - Death is Nothing at All
3242 - 1 - Alexander Pope - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 6 - The Dying Christian to his Soul
3242 - 1 - John McCrae - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 7 - Eventide
3242 - 1 - William Shakespeare - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 8 - Fear No More the Heat o' the Sun
3242 - 1 - Unknown - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 9 - Gone from My Sight
3242 - 0 - Samuel Butler - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 10 - I Fall Asleep in the Full and Certain Hope
3242 - 1 - Unknown - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 11 - The Lord's My Shepherd
3242 - 3 - William Cullen Bryant - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 12 - The Old Man's Funeral
3242 - 4 - Robert G. Ingersoll - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 13 - Oration at a Child's Grave
3242 - 0 - James Whitcomb Riley - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 14 - A Parting Guest
3242 - 1 - Christina Rossetti - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 15 - Remember
3242 - 0 - Robert Louis Stevenson - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 16 - Requiem
3242 - 1 - Anne Bradstreet - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 17 - To My Dear and Loving Husband
3242 - 1 - William Penn - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 18 - Union of Friends
3242 - 1 - Bessie Anderson Stanley - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 19 - What is Success?
3242 - 1 - William Shakespeare - Poems and Prose for the Departed Vol. 01 - 20 - When to the Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought
6379 - 19 - Robert Browning - Robert Browning 200th Anniversary Collection - 3 - Caliban Upon Setebos
10340 - 9 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 1 - To F. W. F.
10340 - 4 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 2 - Lines Written Under the Conviction that it is Not Wise to Read Mathematics in November After One's Fire is Out
10340 - 6 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 3 - A Problem in Dynamics
10340 - 1 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 4 - In Memory of Edward Wilson: Rigid Body
10340 - 1 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 5 - Valentine by a Telegraph Clerk (Male) to a Telegraph Clerk (Female)
10340 - 5 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 6 - Lectures to Women on Physical Science
10340 - 4 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 7 - To the Chief Musician upon Nabla
10340 - 1 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 8 - To the Committee of the Cayley Portrait Fund
10340 - 2 - James Clerk Maxwell - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 9 - Molecular Evolution
10340 - 3 - William John Macquorn Rankine - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 10 - The Mathematician in Love
10340 - 2 - William John Macquorn Rankine - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 11 - The Three-foot Rule: a Song about Standards of Measure
10340 - 1 - James Joseph Sylvester - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 12 - To a Missing Member of a Family Group of Terms in an Algebraical Formula
10340 - 2 - William John Macquorn Rankine - A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse - 13 - The Infant Metaphysician
2518 - 12 - Lafcadio Hearn - Short Ghost and Horror Collection 001 - 15 - Yuki-Onna
4580 - 7 - Anonymous - Short Ghost and Horror Collection 011 - 8 - The Levite And His Concubine
5429 - 16 - Henry Mayhew - Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 022 - 4 - Excerpts concerning costermongers, from London Labour And The London Poor
5429 - 11 - Henry Mayhew - Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 022 - 17 - The Street Markets - from London Labour And The London Poor
6350 - 17 - John Muir - Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 026 - 18 - Travels in Alaska, excerpt from Chapter XV
7595 - 9 - Unknown - Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 029 - 10 - General Buller's Defence
8116 - 16 - William Sidney Gibson - Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 031 - 7 - Number Seven
516 - 0 - Rupert Brooke - Short Poetry Collection 018 - 18 - The Soldier
964 - 1 - William Wordsworth - Short Poetry Collection 026 - 20 - The World is Too Much With Us
995 - 1 - John Donne - Short Poetry Collection 027 - 6 - The Good Morrow
995 - 2 - Queen Elizabeth I - Short Poetry Collection 027 - 14 - On Monsieur's Departure
1059 - 4 - Lady Gregory - Short Poetry Collection 028 - 9 - The Grief of a Girl's Heart
1173 - 3 - Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton - Short Poetry Collection 031 - 3 - Bingen on the Rhine
1227 - 1 - Alexander Lawrence Posey - Short Poetry Collection 034 - 8 - July
1227 - 1 - Claude McKay - Short Poetry Collection 034 - 12 - The Night Fire
1227 - 0 - Francis William Bourdillon - Short Poetry Collection 034 - 13 - The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
1227 - 1 - Joseph S. Cotter, Jr. - Short Poetry Collection 034 - 19 - Then I Would Love You
1236 - 0 - Thomas Stanley - Short Poetry Collection 035 - 1 - All Things Drink
1236 - 4 - Rose Hartwick Thorpe - Short Poetry Collection 035 - 4 - Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight
1236 - 0 - Hilaire Belloc - Short Poetry Collection 035 - 5 - The Elephant
1236 - 0 - Louise Bogan - Short Poetry Collection 035 - 6 - Epitaph for a Romantic Woman
1236 - 0 - Philip James Bailey - Short Poetry Collection 035 - 8 - Helen's Song
1236 - 0 - C. Kennett Burrow - Short Poetry Collection 035 - 16 - Sheep
1247 - 0 - Robert Herrick - Short Poetry Collection 036 - 18 - To the Western Wind
1247 - 0 - Robert Herrick - Short Poetry Collection 036 - 19 - To Violets
1251 - 0 - Robert Herrick - Short Poetry Collection 037 - 17 - To the Virgins
1267 - 0 - Felicia Dorothea Hemans - Short Poetry Collection 039 - 3 - Dirge
1267 - 1 - Joanna Baillie - Short Poetry Collection 039 - 9 - The Outlaw's Song
1267 - 0 - Fanny Greville - Short Poetry Collection 039 - 12 - Prayer for Indifference
1267 - 1 - Katharine Tynan Hinkson - Short Poetry Collection 039 - 14 - Sheep and Lambs
2245 - 1 - John Davidson - Short Poetry Collection 065 - 8 - In Romney Marsh
2387 - 3 - Robert Bridges - Short Poetry Collection 069 - 5 - London Snow
2387 - 2 - Rudyard Kipling - Short Poetry Collection 069 - 13 - A Smuggler's Song
2563 - 1 - Robert Southey - Short Poetry Collection 072 - 27 - To a Goose
2647 - 0 - Carl Sandburg - Short Poetry Collection 073 - 9 - Fog
2786 - 2 - Thomas Gray - Short Poetry Collection 075 - 11 - On A Favourite Cat, Drowned In A Tub Of Gold Fishes
2786 - 2 - Robert Southey - Short Poetry Collection 075 - 12 - On The Death Of A Favourite Old Spaniel
2786 - 1 - Adelaide Anne Procter - Short Poetry Collection 075 - 18 - Voices of the Past
2786 - 3 - Adelaide Anne Procter - Short Poetry Collection 075 - 19 - A Woman's Answer
2875 - 5 - Matthew Arnold - Short Poetry Collection 076 - 2 - The Buried Life
2875 - 3 - Andrew Marvell - Short Poetry Collection 076 - 9 - The Garden
2875 - 1 - Gerard Manley Hopkins - Short Poetry Collection 076 - 10 - God's Grandeur
2875 - 1 - William Butler Yeats - Short Poetry Collection 076 - 14 - An Irish Airman Forsees His Death
2875 - 2 - Rudyard Kipling - Short Poetry Collection 076 - 26 - The Way through the Woods -
2875 - 1 - Robert Southey - Short Poetry Collection 076 - 29 - Winter
2970 - 3 - Rudyard Kipling - Short Poetry Collection 077 - 6 - The Glory of the Garden
2970 - 1 - Thomas Wyatt - Short Poetry Collection 077 - 16 - They Flee From Me That Sometime Did Me Seek
2970 - 1 - Thomas Wyatt - Short Poetry Collection 077 - 21 - Whoso List to Hunt
3041 - 1 - Robert Louis Stevenson - Short Poetry Collection 078 - 4 - From a Railway Carriage
3041 - 3 - E. Nesbit - Short Poetry Collection 078 - 17 - The Things that Matter
3137 - 1 - Edward Thomas - Short Poetry Collection 079 - 1 - Adlestrop
3137 - 2 - C. J. Dennis - Short Poetry Collection 079 - 2 - The Ant Explorer
3217 - 3 - Rudyard Kipling - Short Poetry Collection 080 - 5 - The Children
3217 - 2 - C. J. Dennis - Short Poetry Collection 080 - 29 - The Triantiwontigongolope
3321 - 4 - Robert Southey - Short Poetry Collection 081 - 1 - Cataract of Lodore
3403 - 3 - Lascelles Abercrombie - Short Poetry Collection 082 - 8 - Hymn to Love
3500 - 1 - E. Nesbit - Short Poetry Collection 083 - 5 - The Better Part
3500 - 4 - E. Nesbit - Short Poetry Collection 083 - 11 - The Fire
3716 - 1 - E. Nesbit - Short Poetry Collection 084 - 8 - In Hospital
3716 - 3 - W. S. Gilbert - Short Poetry Collection 084 - 15 - The Practical Joker
3906 - 7 - Thomas Gray - Short Poetry Collection 085 - 6 - Elegy Written in A Country Churchyard
3906 - 1 - Unknown - Short Poetry Collection 085 - 12 - Homoeopathic Soup
3906 - 1 - Charles Kingsley - Short Poetry Collection 085 - 22 - The Three Fishers
4050 - 2 - Robert Southey - Short Poetry Collection 086 - 20 - Ode to a Pig While his Nose was Being Bored
4106 - 2 - E. Nesbit - Short Poetry Collection 087 - 8 - The Gift of the Gods
4106 - 1 - Henry S. Leigh - Short Poetry Collection 087 - 15 - The Romaunt of Humpty Dumpty
5197 - 1 - William Butler Yeats - Short Poetry Collection 095 - 26 - The Second Coming
5464 - 7 - T. S. Eliot - Short Poetry Collection 096 - 18 - Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
5558 - 2 - T. S. Eliot - Short Poetry Collection 097 - 17 - Preludes
5851 - 1 - William Wordsworth - Short Poetry Collection 100 - 20 - Surprised by Joy - Impatient as the Wind
5851 - 5 - Alfred, Lord Tennyson - Short Poetry Collection 100 - 22 - Ulysses
5940 - 1 - Robert Frost - Short Poetry Collection 101 - 18 - Not to Keep
6028 - 2 - Francis Thompson - Short Poetry Collection 102 - 2 - At Lord's
6028 - 2 - Alfred Noyes - Short Poetry Collection 102 - 16 - The Realms Of Gold
6208 - 2 - Bret Harte - Short Poetry Collection 104 - 32 - What the Engines Said
6426 - 7 - Alfred, Lord Tennyson - Short Poetry Collection 106 - 16 - The Lady of Shalott
1598 - 1 - Jessie Pope - Short Poetry Collection 129 - 11 - A Vain Appeal
8461 - 10 - Jessie Pope - Short Poetry Collection 132 - 12 - Men I Might Have Married
6915 - 3 - William Edward Ross - Short Poetry Collection 133 - 27 - What Do You Care?
1150 - 17 - Virginia Woolf - Short Story Collection Vol. 014 - 4 - Kew Gardens
3038 - 11 - Saki - Short Story Collection Vol. 037 - 16 - The Stategist
4587 - 14 - Saki - Short Story Collection Vol. 046 - 17 - Shock Tactics
5139 - 16 - E. M. Forster - Short Story Collection Vol. 048 - 4 - The Curate's Friend
5139 - 13 - E. M. Forster - Short Story Collection Vol. 048 - 14 - The Other Side of the Hedge
7265 - 17 - Jerome K. Jerome - Short Story Collection Vol. 055 - 5 - The Man who Would Manage
9853 - 2 - Norman Rowland Gale - Short Works on Sports Collection 01 - 18 - Cricket on the Hearth
2740 - 17 - Dadabhai Naoroji - United Kingdom House of Commons Speeches Collection, volume 2 - 3 - Speech on taxation in India, 1893
5291 - 6 - Michael Foot - United Kingdom House of Commons Speeches Collection, volume 3 - 10 - Speech on Nuclear Weapons

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