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“Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore…” As indicated by Poe in “The Raven”, the study of old texts has long held a fascination for many people. For some the older the text the more fascinating it is. Old texts harken back to times when daily reality was much different. No radio, no TV, no phone, no cell phone, no movie, and the learned ability of reading not universally held as an indispensable feature of a much less prevalent public education. This website represents an endeavor to collect and present a varied selection of such interesting texts. The primary source for this collection has been Project Gutenberg. In most cases the source was already in HTML format, but the internal links within each document needed editing, for they brought up a directory listing within Project Gutenberg and not the correct place within the document on this site. In time more texts will first be added and then the editing for each completed.

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