Forgotten Classics are lesser-known short stories, essays, and longer works of both fiction and non-fiction. Some of the Forgotten Classics were either extremely popular or critically successful at the time; others had a lasting influence on the next generation of writers and thinkers. All have now faded into relative obscurity, even those written by still famous authors.
Selected chapters or episodes will be free to download as pdf documents, and the complete works will be available for purchase a reasonable time after the initial publication. In addition to the pdf copies of the Classics themselves, these pages will also include synopses, author information, and reviews.
|The Rainbow||the emotional lives of three generations of a farming family in the Nottingham Coalfields by D.H. Lawrence.||Download Chapter|
|The Vicar of Wakefield||a tale of the ruin and recovery of a good man and his family by Oliver Goldsmith.||Download Chapter|
|The White Company||500 years before Sherlock Holmes, a company of mercenaries fight in a Spanish civil war, by Arthur Conan Doyle.||Download Chapter||Rev. Huw|
|The History of Mr. Polly||a gentle novel of shopkeeping, accidental heroism, and seeing the world by Herbert George Wells.||Download Chapter||Rev. Huw|
|The Mysteries of Udolpho||by Ann Radcliffe, as advertised by Jane Austen in Northanger Abbey.||Buy eBook|
|The Last Man||the story of a 21st century pandemic by Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein.||Buy eBook||Rev. Huw|
|1900 or The Last President||the election of a populist on November 3rd 1896 by Ingersoll Lockwood.||Buy eBook|
|A Journey from this World to the Next||a fantasy novel by Henry Fielding, the author of Tom Jones.||Buy eBook||Rev. Huw|
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