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  1. Snow-bound at Eagles by Bret Harte 1836-1902, 1897-12-31
  2. East and WestPoems by Bret, 1836-1902 Harte, 2009-10-04
  3. Poems. and Two men of Sandy Bar; a drama. by Bret Harte. by Harte. Bret. 1836-1902., 1902-01-01
  4. Tales of the Argonauts. by Bret Harte. by Harte. Bret. 1836-1902., 1900-01-01
  5. The Poetical Works of Bret Harte by Bret (1836-1902) Harte, 1885
  6. The luck of Roaring Camp / by Bret Harte ; illustrated with wood-cuts by Paul Honore ; an introductory note by Richard Ellis by Bret (1836-1902) Harte, 1941-01-01
  7. A protegee of Jack Hamlin's, and other stories / by Bret Harte by Bret (1836-1902) Harte, 1894
  8. THE ARGONAUTS OF NORTH LIBERTY by Bret (1836-1902) Harte, 1888
  9. THE HEATHEN CHINEE. by Bret (1836-1902) Harte, 1871-01-01
  10. A niece of Snapshot Harry 's. Trent 's trust and other stories. by Harte. Bret. 1836-1902., 1921
  11. Luck of roaring camp, The. Illustrated with wood-cuts by Paul Honore. An introductory note by Richard Ellis. by Bret 1836-1902 Harte, 1941-01-01
  12. SAN FRANCISO In 1866. Being Letters to the Springfield Republican. by Bret [1836 - 1902]. Stewart, George R. & Fussell, Edwin S. - Editors. Harte, 1951-01-01
  13. The Complete Poetical Works Of Bret Harte by Harte Bret 1836-1902, 2010-09-27
  14. Gabriel Conroy; A Novel by Harte Bret 1836-1902, 2010-09-27

1. Bret Harte
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2. Bret Harte
Bret Harte, 18361902 By Victoria Henderson Student, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

3. PAL Bret Harte (1836-1902)
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4. EBooks Cube On The Frontier By Bret Harte
Bret Harte (18361902) Original name FRANCIS BRETT HARTE American writer who helped create the local-colour school in American fiction. Harte's

5. The Best Of Bret Harte (in MARION)
Illustrated by Paul Brown. Author Harte, Bret, 18361902. Harper, Wilhelmina. Published Boston Houghton Mifflin, (c1947) Subject

6. HARTE BRET 1836 1902 (in MARION)
HARTE BRET 1836 1902. Harte, Bret, 18361902. ( about) (1 title) Harte, Bret, 1836-1902 Knowledge Literature. (1 title)

7. MSN Encarta - Bret Harte
Sign in above. Harte, Bret Harte, Bret (18361902), American writer, best known for his works of local color set in the American West.

8. Records For Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. (in VSCCAT)
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9. 7930. Francis Bret Harte. 1836-1902. John Bartlett, Comp. 1919 .
7930. Francis Bret Harte. 18361902. John Bartlett, comp. 1919. Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.

10. Bret Harte 1836 - 1902
Links Bret Harte 1836 1902, US author The only sure thing about luck is that it will change.

11. Bret Harte
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San Francisco History Bret Harte
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Francis Bret Harte was born in Albany New York on August 25, 1839. In 1854, his mother, a widow, moved him to California. In California Harte worked as a miner, school teacher, express messenger, printer, and journalist. While in San Francisco writing for The Californian he worked with Mark Twain, Charles Warren Stoddard, Prentice Mulford  and  the editor, Henry Webb. He contributed many poems and prose pieces to the paper. Bret Harte was appointed Secretary of the United States Branch Mint at San Francisco. He held that office until 1870. Harte became the first editor of the Overland Monthly. "The Luck of Roaring Camp" published in the Overland Monthly brought him instant and wide fame. He was thereafter requested to contribute poems and articles to a number of publications. His stories of the American West were much in demand in the eastern United States. In 1871 he moved to New York. He later moved to Boston. Harte continued to write poetry and prose, and enjoyed wide popularity. In 1878 Bret Harte was appointed United States Counsul at Crefeld, Germany.  Harte was transferred to Glasgow, Scotland in 1880. Thereafter he resided in London.

12. Project Gutenberg Titles By Harte, Bret, 1836-1902
Project Gutenberg Titles by. Harte, Bret, 18361902 Selected Stories of BretHarte Short Stories for English Courses Snow-Bound at Eagle s, Bret, 183

13. Bret Harte
Bret Harte, 18361902. By Victoria Henderson Student, University of North Carolinaat Pembroke. Bret Harte was born in Albany, New York, to a family of
Postbellum America, 1866-1913
Bret Harte
By Victoria Henderson
Student, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Bret Harte was born in Albany, New York, to a family of little financial means. His father, Henry Hart, was the son of an immigrant, Bernard Hart, who moved to America and became rich. However, Bernard left Henry and his mother to marry another lady. Henry, raised in a Dutch Reformed church, finished his college education but didn't receive a diploma due to the fact that he owed a ninety dollar graduation fee. Bret's mother, Elizabeth Rebecca Ostrander Hart, was from the English and Dutch culture. Not much is known of her other than she came from a cultured, middle-class stock and was Episcopalian. His parents met during a visit to the Brett's home and married in 1830. Francis Bret Hart was born in 1836. Harte's first years in California were not easy ones. He lived with his family for a few months, but then he sought out work anywhere he could find it. Bret drifted from job to job until he became settled. He tutored the children of ranchers and even rode shotgun for a stage coach. During these years he kept a diary and he continued to write poetry. Harte thought of himself as a failure, but he didn't give up. Finally, the opportunity arrived for him to work as a printer for the Northern Californian

14. Bret Harte: Definition And Much More From
Harte ( härt ) , (Francis) Bret 1836–1902. American writer noted for his Mark Twain and Bret Harte (1964). Works. Works by Bret Harte (18361902)
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American writer noted for his stories about California mining towns. The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Sketches (1870) is his best-known collection. Encyclopedia Harte, Bret (Francis Brett Harte) (h¤rt), 1836–1902, American writer of short stories and humorous verse, b. Albany, N.Y. At 19 he went to California, where he tried his hand at teaching, clerking, and mining. In 1868 he helped establish the Overland Monthly, where his short stories and verse first appeared. He gained enormous success with the publication of “The Luck of Roaring Camp,” the first of his picturesque stories of Western local color, and with such later stories as “The Outcasts of Poker Flat” and “Brown of Calaveras.” Although Harte did not develop character and motivation, he had an observant eye and a brisk reportorial style. He was U.S. consul in Germany and Scotland from 1878 to 1885. The remainder of his life was spent near London. Bibliography See his letters, ed. by G. B. Harte (1926); biographies by R. O'Connor (1966) and A. Nissen (2000); M. Duckett

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Harte, Bret (18361902). Wikipedia The Argonauts of North Liberty (English);The Bell-Ringer of Angel s (English); The Best American Humorous Short
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16. Selected Stories Of Bret Harte By Bret Harte - Project Gutenberg
Creator, Harte, Bret (18361902). Title, Selected Stories of Bret Harte. Contents,The luck of Roaring Camp The Outcasts of Poker Flat Miggles
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Read online Help on this page New Search Bibliographic Record Creator Harte, Bret, 1836-1902 Title Selected Stories of Bret Harte Contents The luck of Roaring Camp The Outcasts of Poker Flat Miggles Tennessee's Partner The Idly of Red Gulch Brown of Calaveras High-Water Mark A Lonely Ride The Man of No Account Mliss The Right Eye of the Commander Notes by Flood and Field An Episode of Fiddletown Barker's Luck A Yellow Dog A Mother of Five Bulger's Reputation In the Tules A Convert of the Mission The Indiscretion of Elsbeth The Devotion of Enriquez Language English LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American literature Subject Short stories Subject Western stories EText-No. Release Date No Formats Available For Download Edition Format Encoding ¹ Compression Size Download Links ² Plain text none 697 KB main site mirror sites Plain text zip 275 KB main site mirror sites ¹ If you need a special character set, try our

17. Literary Encyclopedia: Harte, Bret
Harte, Bret (18361902). Editor, Essayist, Humorist, Lecturer, Literary Critic,Novelist, Playwright, Poet, Printer, Romancer, Satirist, Story Writer,

18. Creative Quotations From Bret Harte (1836-1902)
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Fishing For Creativity
Creative Perfumes And he smiled a kind of sickly smile, and curled up on the floor,
And the subsequent proceedings interested him no more."
Never a tear bedims the eye
That time and patience will not dry. A bird in hand is a certainty. But a bird in the bush may sing. One big vice in a man is apt to keep out a great many smaller ones. "Drop down, O fleecy Fog and hide
Her skeptic sneer, and all her pride!"
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F: ""The Society Upon the Stanislaus."" R: "In "Wisdom of the Ages at Your Fingertips," MCR software, 1995." A: "In "Reader's Digest," 1 Feb 1971." N: "In "Correct Quotes for DOS," WordStar International, 1991."

19. BRET HARTE, 1836-1902: The Luck Of Roaring Camp
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From 1868 until early 1871, Harte served as editor of the Overland Monthly magazine. The August 1868 issue included his story The Luck of Roaring Camp . Californians disliked the story at first because it showed California life as rough and unsophisticated and was sympathetic to the tough gold rush miners. But the story soon gained Harte a nationwide reputation. om library om personal home page
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