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Stories to Remember (Volume II)

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A collection of stories, including 3 novels: 'The Bridge of San Luis Rey' (novel); 'The Sea of Grass' (novel); 'National Velvet' (novel); 'Judith'; 'The Last Leaf'; 'The Necklace'; and more.

Volume 2 in the series.
Hardcover, 410 pages
Published 1956 by Doubleday
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Barb
Jun 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Volume II of a 2-Volume anthology. I have read this and its companion volume many times over the years; this anthology was purchased new by my mother in 1956 and was one of the first "adult" books I dipped into as I expanded my childhood reading horizons. I still have these original books, and my whole family, adults & teens, still re-reads and enjoys them. And yes, I remember most, if not all, of the selections with deep fondness!

Looking at this collection 56 years after publication, in 20
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Traze
May 02, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I dare say, a surprisingly interesting collection of short stories. I have only read volume II but given the positive reading experience I've managed to extract from this collection thus far, I think I may try my hand at the first sometime in the future.

Most if not all of the stories here are of a British persuasion I found. And also a good amount of them focus on such human themes as love, family and the like. So if you're into that sort of thing, then I'd at least venture a couple of skims if
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Donna
Feb 10, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A book sale find.....the book was bad condition...but I can never resist the old books. I feel I'm rescuing them. This was Vol II. I do enjoy reading the older stories, just to try and understand what was going on during the time the story was published.
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Costain was born in Brantford, Ontario to John Herbert Costain and Mary Schultz. He attended high school there at the Brantford Collegiate Institute. Before graduating from high school he had written four novels, one of which was a 70,000 word romance about Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. These early novels were rejected by publishers.

His first writing success came in 1902 when the Brantford
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