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[Ebook] ➦ The Works of Washington Irving  ➬ Washington Irving – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk
  • The Works of Washington Irving
  • Washington Irving
  • 13 November 2018

The Works of Washington Irving IntroductionI FromThe Sketch Book Rip Van WInkle The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow The Spectre Bridegroom The Broken Heart The Boar S Head Tavern, Eastcheap Roscoe Traits Of Indian Character The Mutability Of LiteratureII FromBracebridge Hall The Stout Gentleman The Haunted House Dolph HeyligerIII FromTales Of A Traveller The Bold Dragoon Literary Life A Literary Dinner The Club Of Queer Fellows The Poor Devil AuthorIV FromThe Alhambra Palace Of The Alhambra Inhabitants Of The Alhambra The Hall Of Ambassadors The Mysterious Chamber The Court Of Lions Local Traditions Legend Of The Arabian Astrologers Legend Of The Moor S LegacyV FromWolfert S Roost And Other Papers Wolfert S Roost A Time Of Unexampled Prosperity The Great Mississippi Bubble


About the Author: Washington Irving

Washington Irving was an American author, essayist, biographer and historian of the early 19th century He began his literary career at the age of nineteen by writing newspaper articles under the pseudonym Jonathan Oldstyle In 1809, he published The History of New York under his most well known public persona, Diedrich Knickerbocker Irving is best known for his short stories The Legend of Sleepy


10 thoughts on “The Works of Washington Irving

  1. says:

    To review later.

  2. says:

    I only wanted to read a few of the stories but they were great I esp.wanted to read Knickerbochers History of New York which is a funny lampoon of Dutch settlers This book is probably too old fashioned for most tastes but it amused me.

  3. says:

    I m going to put this book aside for now I ve read 2 stories in it Rip Van Winkle and Legend of Sleepy Hollow Loved both but can t fairly give a review of a short story book when I ve only read a few Will pick it up later and perhaps read a few stories at at time.

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