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Frank R. Stockton

Life: 1834-1902
Middle Name: Richard

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Ting-a-ling, [en] 1869

Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy, [en] 1872

What Might Have Been Expected, [en] 1874

Rudder Grange, [en] 1879

A Jolly Fellowship, [en] 1880

The Great War Syndicate, [en] 1882

The Lady, or the Tiger?, [en] 1882

Stories by American Authors, Volume 2, [en] 1884

The Late Mrs. Null, [en] 1886

The Bee-Man of Orn
and Other Fanciful Tales, [en] 1887

Amos Kilbright
His Adscititious Experiences, [en] 1888

The Dusantes
A Sequel to The Casting Away of Mrs. Lecks and Mrs. Aleshine , [en] 1888

The Stories of the Three Burglars, [en] 1889

Eleven Possible Cases, [en] 1891

The Rudder Grangers Abroad
and Other Stories, [en] 1891

The House of Martha, [en] 1891

The Squirrel Inn, [en] 1891

My Terminal Moraine, [en] 1892

Pomona's Travels
A Series of Letters to the Mistress of Rudder Grange from her Former Handmaiden, [en] 1894

A Chosen Few
Short Stories, [en] 1895

Mrs. Cliff's Yacht, [en] 1896

Stories of New Jersey, [en] 1896

Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts, [en] 1897

The Great Stone of Sardis, [en] 1898

The Girl at Cobhurst, [en] 1898

The Vizier of the Two-Horned Alexander, [en] 1899

A Bicycle of Cathay, [en] 1900

The Associate Hermits, [en] 1900

Kate Bonnet
The Romance of a Pirate's Daughter, [en] 1902

John Gayther's Garden and the Stories Told Therein, [en] 1902

The Casting Away of Mrs. Lecks and Mrs. Aleshine, [en] 1903

The Captain's Toll-Gate, [en] 1903

The Magic Egg and Other Stories, [en] 1907

The Adventures of Captain Horn, [en] 1910

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