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For questions about stories with a fully developed plot, themes, and characters, but significantly shorter and less detailed than a novel.

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The Three Sillies is your story. There are many kids book editions so matching the particular one you saw might be hard. Quoting from the link, So that was another big silly. Then the gent …
answered Aug 1 '17 by kimchi lover
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Hortulus Animae (or better in French) is the usual answer. See, for instance, section 3 of this essay: Just as one need not know precisely which "certain German book" Poe is referring to in order …
answered Dec 15 '17 by kimchi lover
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Mrs Ansley would use currently trendy words in her conversation, with an intonation that would now-a-days be accompanied with "air-quotes", as a way of showing off her trendiness. As a way of ensurin …
answered Aug 10 by kimchi lover