This notorious short story by British author Saki was written in Centennial Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: the-open-window.pdf
This is an entertaining short story by American author Jesse Hilton Stuart. I wrote it in Anniversary for the blog. Attachment: the-clearing.pdf
This story by Frederick Laing was written in Simplified Gregg by yours truly for the blog. Attachment: name-in-the-sky.pdf
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Another fable by James Thurber, written in Centennial Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: the-tiger-who-would-be-king.pdf
This selection was taken from an address delivered before a joint session of Congress on February 12, 1959, by the American poet and Lincoln biographer Carl Sandburg. I transcribed it in Anniversary for the blog. Attachment: on-abraham-lincoln.pdf
This article, taken from a well-known weekly news magazine and published in 1961, describes the conquest of a towering Swiss peak. I rewrote it for the blog in Simplified Gregg. Attachment: taming-der-eiger.pdf
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On October 27, 1775, King George III spoke before both houses of the British Parliament to discuss the growing concern about the rebellion in America, which he viewed as a traitorous action against himself and Great Britain. He began his speech by reading a “Proclamation of Rebellion” and urged Parliament to move quickly to end…
One of the heroes of the American Revolution, this selection written by his great-great-grandniece is a fitting tribute. I transcribed it in Anniversary for the blog. Attachment: nathan-hale.pdf