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Chambers's Supplementary Reader. No. 1. Lord Dundonald. Anecdotes of Dogs. The Goldmakers' Village. Select Poems from Cowper. (Selected from Miscellany of Instructive and Entertaining Tracts)
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Books belonging to the Humorous Fiction genre entertain the reader by provoking mirth and laughter due to the plot situations or unusual comic characters. Examples are: Mr. Punch on the warpath: humours of the army, the navy and the reserve forces, Memoirs of Goldoni, and Les Joyeux Petits Contes Canadiens.
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Books that are classed as Satire are written to expose the shortcomings of individuals and institutions in society, to hold them up to ridicule, and through humour shame them into undertaking reforms. Examples of this genre include: Satires of circumstances, lyrics and reveries with miscellaneous pieces, and The Modern Traveller.
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Books that contain a collection of Short Stories written by the same author include the following: Proverb stories, Spinning wheel stories, Fifty famous people, a book of short stories, Thirty More Famous Stories Retold, A House of Pomegranates, The Happy Prince and Other Tales, and The Trimmed Lamp, and Other Stories of the Four Million.
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