Conclusion of the two-part holiday story begun last Friday.
Magic, romance, jealousy and silly fairies mix together for this Twelfth Night story by the Victorian satirist.
When amateur theatricals invade a Victorian home, the result is an evening of chaos.
Two grin-inducing yarns – a cowboy’s lament and a detective’s devious deductions – by America’s master of the short story.
A sickly Indian boy sees the world through his bedroom window; by the first non-Western winner of the Nobel Prize for literature.
A nostalgic look at how Thanksgivings in the countryside used to be through the eyes of a beloved sentimental novelist.
The Duchess has been kidnapped by a clever gang! Or has she……?
Two satirical stories, sending up the immortal Sherlock and the very future of mankind.
A clever impersonator sneaks past the pretensions of two young ladies who think their current suitors are beneath their standards.
A Halloween tale about a man who gets a chance to change the course of history – or so he thinks.