Maupassant Short Stories Volume 13

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, Vol. 13. GUY DE MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES Translated by ALBERT M. C. McMASTER, B.A. A. E. HENDERSON, B.A. MME. QUESADA and Others VOLUME XIII. OLD JUDAS This entire stretch of country was amazing; it was characterized by a grandeur that was almost religious, and yet it had an air of sinister […]

Maupassant Short Stories Volume 12

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, Vol. 12. GUY DE MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES Translated by ALBERT M. C. McMASTER, B.A. A. E. HENDERSON, B.A. MME. QUESADA and Others VOLUME XII. THE CHILD Lemonnier had remained a widower with one child. He had loved his wife devotedly, with a tender and exalted love, without a slip, during their […]

Maupassant Short Stories Volume 11

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, Vol. 11. GUY DE MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES Translated by ALBERT M. C. McMASTER, B.A. A. E. HENDERSON, B.A. MME. QUESADA and Others VOLUME XI. THE UMBRELLA Mme. Oreille was a very economical woman; she knew the value of a centime, and possessed a whole storehouse of strict principles with regard to […]

Maupassant Short Stories Volume 10

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, Vol. 10. GUY DE MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES Translated by ALBERT M. C. McMASTER, B.A. A. E. HENDERSON, B.A. MME. QUESADA and Others VOLUME X. THE CHRISTENING “Well doctor, a little brandy?” “With pleasure.” The old ship’s surgeon, holding out his glass, watched it as it slowly filled with the golden liquid. […]

Maupassant Short Stories Volume 9

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, Vol. 9. GUY DE MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES Translated by ALBERT M. C. McMASTER, B.A. A. E. HENDERSON, B.A. MME. QUESADA and Others VOLUME IX. TOINE He was known for thirty miles round was father Toine—fat Toine, Toine- my-extra, Antoine Macheble, nicknamed Burnt-Brandy—the innkeeper of Tournevent. It was he who had made […]

Maupassant Short Stories Volume 8

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, Vol. 8. GUY DE MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES Translated by ALBERT M. C. McMASTER, B.A. A. E. HENDERSON, B.A. MME. QUESADA and Others VOLUME VIII. CLOCHETTE How strange those old recollections are which haunt us, without our being able to get rid of them. This one is so very old that I […]