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This is a list of characters that appear in the animated television show Franklin.

Main characters[edit]

  • Franklin Turtle - A green turtle who is the show's lead character. He's also a big brother (a desire he had expressed multiple times in the past). He takes good care of his pet goldfish, Goldie, and also has a stuffed dog named Sam who, despite growing older, he still hangs onto and communicates with. Franklin enjoys baseball, swimming and hockey. Bear is his best friend. He is capable of fully removing his shell as apparently all turtles in the show are; his shell is a combination of clothing and backpack. He most often wears a hat and also wears a small red scarf around his neck. He is one of the few people of Woodland to never have married twin sibling relatives, unlike some such as Fox and Goose. Noah Reid provided the voice of Franklin for the first five seasons of the television program. In the sixth season and the television movie, Back to School with Franklin, Cole Caplan (who previously had a small role as the one-shot guest voice of Squirrel) voiced him. Cameron Ansell replaced Caplan as the voice in the U.S.-language version of the Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure film. Graeme Jokic is the character's regular voice in the spin-off Franklin and Friends.
  • Bear - Franklin's best friend who is a brown bear. Bear is considered to be gifted; he is gentle, loyal and sensitive. Bear is one of the more mature characters of the show, such as times where he and Franklin are in the middle of a problem, Bear will try to resolve it with the truth, whereas Franklin would try to hide it. He has a large appetite, which earned him the derisive nickname "Snacks" in one episode. Bear can be described as very loyal to those few he considers his friends. Honesty and trust are also paramount with him, as in one episode he stops talking to Franklin for an excruciating amount of time after Franklin breaks a promise and spoils a secret. Bear is the strongest of Franklin's friends, and enjoys sports, particularly basketball. Beginning with the third season, Bear is usually seen wearing a blue vest unless he's swimming. This is in contrast to the other characters, who usually do not wear any sort of clothing (with the exception of Franklin, who is rarely seen without his cap and scarf.) Bear was voiced by Cody Jones in the first season of the show. Luca Perlman assumed the role for the second-fifth seasons, his last time for the role as Bear being the television movie, "Back to School with Franklin". Yuri Lowenthal assumed the role for the sixth season.
  • Snail - Like other snails, Snail moves slowly, and consequently needs help from others often in order to get around, often by riding on Franklin's shell. He also starts to cry when he can't make it to any place on time, like in Hurry Up, Franklin. He likes to do things himself, if he can, and Snail can become annoyed if given assistance when he hadn't asked for help. However, Snail usually appreciates Franklin's help and they are very good friends, with a lot in common. Snail considers Franklin to be his best friend, even though Franklin generally considers his best friend to be Bear. Snail is a very good (if rather slow) climber, once scaling a tall cliff to gather some crystals for the group. In one episode it was stated that it took Snail an hour to cross a short bridge across a stream. Since then, he's been training to crawl faster. Even though some snails are hermaphrodites in nature, Snail is a portrayed as a male character, he is voiced by a female, Kristen Bone.
  • Beaver - A beaver who is a friend of Franklin. Often overly sure of herself, Beaver sometimes shows hints of bossiness, boisterousness, and narcissism, but is certainly one of the more intelligent of the group. Beaver is not overtly sarcastic, though, and being with her generally more kind-tempered friends helps to keep her abrasiveness in check. Beaver likes to say things and then end with the line "everybody" knows that. Beaver is a know it all and when referencing to teenagers she would be considered a Queen bee. She loves sports. Because of her personality, she can sometimes become self-conscious. She has buckteeth and can't help sometimes chewing on her pencils. Beaver has a pet hamster named Henry who appeared in the third-season episode "Franklin and the Two Henrys." She is voiced by Leah Cudmore.
  • Rabbit - The best long jumper in the class, Rabbit is a jolly, somewhat goofy eastern cottontail individual. Rabbit was voiced by Down With WebsterHype man Kyle Fairlie in the first five seasons and all specials/movies to date, but is voiced by Mitchell Eisner in the program's sixth season. He can sometimes be a prankster. He has an older sister and a little brother.
  • Goose - The best diver among Franklin's friends, Goose (a Canada goose) is shy, and outgoing but easily startled. Franklin learns a bit more about Goose and her family when he attends her family's migration party. She is scared of cellars just like Franklin. Goose tends to like jewelry and has been seen wearing or holding diamonds or gold in several episodes. Goose has a little brother who wears glasses, a character that has only appeared once in the series to date. She also has a 2 baby brothers and 2 baby sisters. In "Franklin's Halloween" she said "My sister says saw a real ghost in there last year" so in all goose is 1 of 6 geese. She is one of the people of Woodland to have married twin sibling relatives as her aunt and uncle on her Mother's side which are her mother's older brother and sister who are both twins are married twin siblings and have a daughter named Giselle. Olivia Garratt was the voice of Goose for the first five seasons. Vivien Endicott-Douglas assumed the role in the sixth season and Back to School with Franklin movie.
  • Fox - Sly and wily, and a red fox, Fox's daring nature sometimes causes him to get into trouble. In "Franklin is Lost," he led Franklin into playing a game of hide-and-seek with him in the woods and the two both became lost. In referencing to teenagers, Fox would be considered a Ladies Man. Fox has a crush on Badger and is often teased about it in some episodes. Fox seems to get along well with most of the boys. The only girl he is usually seen talking to a lot is Beaver. He is one of the people in Woodland whose parents might be married twin siblings. He was voiced by Gil Filar for the first three seasons, Ali Mukaddam for Season 4 & 5 and Scott Beaudin for Season 6.
  • Badger - An American badger who is shy and afraid of public speaking. Badger is a friend of Beaver and Skunk, and uses crutches to get around. Despite this, she is apparently still capable of climbing; she can be seen in the treefort in the episode "Franklin's Picnic". It's Hasn't been officially said on the show, but according to the official Nelvana character description of her, Badger has cerebral palsy. Fox has a crush on her but it is unknown if she approves. Though afraid of public speaking, Badger is incredibly sweet, intelligent, helpful, kind and loves to help out. She has a baby sister. She is voiced by Ruby Smith-Merovitz for the first five seasons and Melinda Chrysalis in sixth season and the UK voiced by Geri Halliwell.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth Turtle is Franklin's and Harriet's mother. She has no known occupation. Her occupation is possibly a housewife. Elizabeth Brown (who she is based on) has voiced Mrs. Turtle on all seasons and specials/movies to date. She grew up at a farm faraway from Woodland. In the UK she was voiced by Joanna Ruiz.
  • Mr. Johnathan Turtle works at a paper mill. He is Franklin and Harriet's father and Mrs. Turtle's husband. He and Mrs. Turtle both first met each other when they were kids, and the Turtle family car was their wedding gift. He is known to fix things around the house. Franklin's father provides advice to Franklin and his sister Harriet. He and Franklin occasionally play sports, go on outings, and play golf, which Mr. Turtle is fairly good at, although Franklin finds the sport rather challenging. Richard Newman provides the voice for Mr. Turtle. In a flashback episode, Noah Reid (the original voice of Franklin) also performed young Mr. Turtle's voice.

Recurring characters[edit]

  • Aunt Teeny Turtle is Franklin's aunt on his father's side and Mr. Turtle's younger sister. She is featured in nearly every episode of Franklin and Friends.
  • Mr. Owl - The great horned owl village teacher. Mr. Owl is patient and resolves conflicts peacefully in the classroom. Mr. Owl allows ample time for creativity with different projects. Mr. Owl is usually only seen teaching Franklin and his friends. However, he did show he has a playful sense of humor when he made them think he was a ghost at a Halloween party. He is one of the people in Woodland to never have married twin sibling relatives, for his sister's husband is his brother-in-law and not his sister's twin brother. He is voiced by James Rankin.
  • Harriet Turtle is Franklin's younger sister, who is introduced in the fifth season in "Franklin and the Green Knight." She has a happy, outgoing personality and loves running around and playing games. She really looks up to Franklin and often doesn't understand when Franklin gets annoyed at some of the things she does. Still, she and Franklin generally get along most of the time. Franklin loves his little sister and spends time playing with her and teaching her. Her best friend is Beatrice, who recently started attending elementary school, so now she also spends time with Beaver's new little brother Kit. Harriet is voiced by Bryn McAuley and can be heard speaking on the show in the fifth season and all subsequent specials.
  • Granny Turtle - Granny is 79. Franklin's grandmother on his father's side. Her first name is unknown. She is a piano virtuoso and has given piano lessons to Beaver and Franklin. She loves Franklin and spends a lot of time with him, but also has other interests. She is voiced by Corinne Conley and is featured prominently in the film "Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure." As Franklin's Grandfather on his father's side has never been shown in the show but in pictures, it was likely he died (perhaps of natural causes when Franklin is younger). In Franklin and the turtle lake treasure she wore glasses, it's revealed her parents both died from a fire, and she is going to turn 80.
  • Beatrice "Bea" Bear is Bear's little sister and was introduced late in the first season. Beatrice has been portrayed by Kristen Bone and Susan Roman.
  • Kit - Beaver's younger brother was introduced in the most recent special. He tends to be rather shy and clingy, but seems to have come out of his shell a bit after meeting Harriet. Although he hasn't been seen together with Beaver, he seems to look up to her, as her going to back to school after summer vacation put him somewhat out of sorts. Kit is voiced by Amanda Soha.
  • Raccoon - Raccoon is sometimes a member of Franklin's class, but his appearances are rather infrequent. He is not part of Franklin's normal group of friends, but the two still sometimes play together. He has a little brother who has never been shown on the program. He is voiced by Jamie Haydon-Devlin.
  • Skunk - A very friendly and non-threatening striped skunk, Skunk is frequently seen with Badger, Beaver, or Goose. Skunk once broke her arm riding a bicycle, and Franklin learned from her what it was really like to wear a cast. At one point, Franklin and his friends thought that Skunk was moving away. It turned out, though, that she was just moving a block from her old home, which was alright. Skunk cannot swim and was upset when everyone learned about this. Since Skunk is not part of Franklin's main group of friends, she's seen less often than some of the other young characters. She has a little sister who has only been seen once on the show. She is voiced by Annick Obonsawin appears in season 2-5.
  • Mr. Mole - Rotund and spectacled, Mr. Mole possesses a cheerful optimistic nature. He owns a hardware shop which catches fire in one episode, and also tends to his garden. He has a grandson, Mole, who has only been seen once or twice. Mr. Mole is a long-time friend of Mr. Turtle. He is an important member of the community, helping out in a number of civic functions. He is voiced by William Colgate. In a flashback episode, Young Mr. Mole was voiced by Jared Wall.

Minor characters[edit]

  • Jack the Rabbit - A cousin of Rabbit's, in his teenage years; making him "the big kid" to Franklin and his friends. He enjoys skateboarding, though is rarely seen in the show. He is also sometimes simply called "Jack," for a nickname. Jack is like an adult to Franklin and his friends. He is voiced by Tyrone Savage.
  • Otter - A dark brown northern river otter who was once Franklin's best friend. She moves away in a story shown early in the program's first season. Otter comes for a visit in the second season, but the reunion is bittersweet, with the village not remaining the same as Otter remembered it. Otter was voiced by Sophie Lang in the first season of the show. Her return visit was voiced by Marieve Herington.
  • Squirrel - A cheerful gray squirrel who is a bit younger than Franklin and his friends. In the third season, Squirrel shows up while Franklin, Raccoon and Fox are playing and wants to know if they'll play with him. Franklin becomes a sort of surrogate big-brother to him. In this story, Squirrel was voiced by Cole Caplan, who would later assume the role of Franklin beginning with the special "Back to School with Franklin." Squirrel's real best friend is Possum (below).
  • Pennanti - A Dark Sienna Fisher (animal) She appears in season 6 voice Mariah Lenn.
  • Narrator - This "character" is never seen, but is nevertheless very important to the program. The Narrator opens the beginning of each television story with the line "Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes", though in the first season, the Narrator would say different facts about the main character, such as "Franklin could climb up high in a tree", or something such as. This is followed by a short description of something pertinent to the upcoming story. The voice of the Narrator has changed since the program first aired. In the first season, Judy Marshak was the voice of the Narrator. She later returned as a guest voice in the third season. Shirley Douglas assumed the role in the second to fourth seasons. Janet-Laine Green is the Narrator from the fifth season on. As a rule, the Narrator only speaks at the very beginning of a Franklin story. The only exception to date was in the special Franklin and the Green Knight in which the Narrator spoke again following the opening events. The Narrator is not used in any of the Franklin movies other than Franklin and the Green Knight, nor in the Franklin and Friends series.
  • Grandma Jenny Turtle- Jenny Turtle is Franklin's grandma on his mother's side, seen in the special "Franklin's Magic Christmas" (voiced by Joyce Gordon). She lives on a sort of ranch a distance outside of Woodland with Franklin's Grandfather on his mother's side which is her husband.
  • Grandpa Dut Turtle - Franklin's grandpa on his mother's side and Grandma Jenny Turtle's husband. Along with Jenny Turtle, he has only appeared in the special Franklin's Magic Christmas.
  • Dr. Bear - Doctor of the village and also Bear and Beatrice's mother. She's very kind and even makes the occasional housecall when needed. Usually wears a white doctor's coat when she's 'on duty'. She is voiced by Mari Trainor, who also provides the voices of Coach Porcupine and the one-shot guest character Mrs. Bat.
  • Mr. Bear - Bear and Beatrice's father, and Mrs. / Dr. Bear's husband. he doesn't appear nearly as often as Mrs. Bear. He says a number of swear words that can often be heard being repeated by Bear. These include "look on the bright side" and "forgive and forget." He is voiced by Donald Burda.
  • Mr. Beaver - Carpenter. Built the treehouse Franklin and his friends often play in, and is always seen with his toolbelt. Likes to see everyone busy, much to the dismay of Franklin's group. He is not seen quite as often as his wife, Mrs. Beaver. However, he and his wife are close friends of Mr. and Mrs. Turtle and he was a big help when Franklin's home flooded in the fifth season. He is voiced Adrian Truss.
  • Mrs. Beaver - She is the mother of Beaver and Kit and Mr. Beaver's wife. She can be a bit overbearing at times, particularly with Kit, but is generally a good mother. She often wears heavy jewelry and a hat and is one of the only characters seen wearing earrings. She has a pleasing, musical voice, provided by Valerie Boyle.
  • Aunt Beaver - The Ice Cream lady in all Franklin books she is either a maternal or paternal aunt.
  • Mr. Fox - Fox's father. A junk collector and handyman, Mr. Fox stresses the value of hard work ("Elbow Grease"). Helped fix Franklin's toy truck in one episode. Mr. Fox also drives the school bus. In the sixth season, Mr. Fox forms the Woodland Trailblazers, a sort of combination boy/girl scout group. Franklin and his friends all join. Paul Haddad is the voice of Mr. Fox.
  • Mrs. Fox - Very little is known about Fox's mother who is the wife and twin sister of Mr. Fox and her speaking appearance on the series, she was voiced by Elizabeth Hanna.
  • Mrs. Goose - Woodland Library's librarian and Goose's mother, though she's generally seen in the library. She and her father, older brother and sister, ex-husband, ex-husband's mother and niece celebrate Migration together. Mrs. Goose is cheerful and tends to talk in an enthusiastic tone of voice. Mrs. Goose is voiced by Catherine Disher.
  • Mr. Goose - Goose's father. In the sixth season, it's revealed that he is the pharmacist at the Woodland pharmacy. He dispenses some ointment for Franklin. In Franklin and Friends it is revealed that he and Mrs. Goose are divorced and this is why he does not live with them.
  • Mr. Skunk - He runs the ice cream shop where Franklin and his friends sometimes stop in for cool treats. He is also Skunk's father. He is not seen very often. The few times that he does speak, he is voiced by Shane McPherson. He's also one of the few fully clothed characters; generally seen wearing blue overalls.
  • Mrs. Skunk - Skunk's Mom, and like Mr. Skunk, not seen very often. She was seen a few times pushing Baby Skunk in her stroller. She is voiced by Catherine Disher, who also voices Mrs. Goose.
  • Mr. Groundhog - A veritable recluse but a usually friendly meteorologist, Mr. Groundhog is harassed when he enters the village for groceries by the inhabitants asking him for more or less snow. Franklin befriends the seemingly grumpy Mr. Groundhog and finds out he's not all that bad. Sometimes he considers Groundhog Day his least favorite holiday because everybody wants a different forecast. Later, in the sixth season, Franklin spends more time with him and gains a desire to become a meteorologist. Mr. Groundhog is voiced by Chris Wiggins, who was also the voice of Mr. Collie in the Franklin's Magic Christmas special.
  • Mrs. Muskrat - Franklin's elderly muskrat babysitter. Somewhat like Mary Poppins, she has a bag with all sorts of entertaining things. Having been babysat by Granny in the past, Franklin was shy of her at first, but quickly warmed up to her. She has a beautiful backyard decorated with things she made from broken glass, as Franklin found out when he paid a visit to her home in the fifth season. Mrs. Muskrat also sometimes drops in on the hockey games of Franklin and his friends to provide hot chocolate and watch. Mrs. Muskrat is voiced by Marcia Bennett.
  • Mrs. Owl - Mr. Owl's mom who was seen in at least on Franklin books Franklin's Thanksgiving she could have been a widow.
  • Miss Koala - A replacement teacher who filled in for Mr. Owl beginning on the first day of first grade in the special Back to School with Franklin. Mr. Owl had to leave due to a family emergency and so she came riding up on her motorbike. She has a vibrant personality and loves trying new things and doing things a different way. At first, Franklin doesn't like her, especially when she makes him give up his favorite seat next to Bear for a while because he was goofing off. After he learns more about her, such as that she's from Australia and learns to understand her Australian sayings such as "good on ya'" and "fair dinkum," he warms up to her. She creates a soccer team consisting of Franklin's entire class and has them play against another class she once taught. She is voiced by Carolyn Scott.
  • Coach / Mrs. Porcupine - Basketball coach and troop leader. She normally coaches Franklin and her friends, and her absence in the Back to School with Franklin film is unexplained. She is voiced by Mari Trainor
  • Mr. Rabbit - Rabbit's father. He works at a Pizza Parlour as seen in the episode "Franklin the Detective". and "Franklin Sees the Big Picture" Not much else is known about Mr. Rabbit. He is voiced by an uncredited actor.
  • Mrs. Rabbit - Rabbit's mother and Mr. Rabbit's wife. She is not seen much and was seen laughing and cheering in "Franklin Sees the Big Picture".
  • Officer Rabbit - A grey female rabbit police officer who could be Mr. Rabbit's sister and Rabbit's aunt on his father's side.
  • Mr. Badger - Woodland's postman and very friendly. Presumably Badger's father. Mr. Badger is voiced by Neil Crone.
  • Mrs. Badger - Little is known about Badger's mother. She is voiced by Coretta Jafelice.
  • Mr. Constable Raccoonpolice officer - The law-enforcement official of Woodland. To date, no crimes have ever been mentioned on the series, so the Constable's work focuses mainly on issues of safety. He is most likely Raccoon's father. When he is off duty he is called Mr. Raccoon Dan Lett provides the voice of Constable Raccoon.
  • Mrs. Raccoon - little is seen on Raccoon's mother she wears a necklace and earrings.
  • Mrs. Otter - Otter's mother seen in the audience of Franklin's School Play.
  • Mr. Otter - Otter's father seen in the audience of Franklin's School Play.
  • Mrs. Snail - The mom of Snail and wife of Mr. Snail She has a big bonnet and excepts flowers from her son Snail
  • Mr. Snail - The dad of Snail and the husband of Mrs. Snail he only appears in Franklin and Friends.
  • Grandma Snail - The grandma of Snail She is mentioned in Franklin and Friends when the snails go to visit her.
  • Mrs. Panda - She appeared in "Franklin's Music Lesson"
  • Miss Lynx - She manages a historical village that Franklin and his parents visit in the second season. She tries to keep them busy with all sorts of activities. She was voiced by Diane D'Aquila.
  • Mr. Lynx - He is the janitor at the library. When he was putting up the banners at Bookfest, Franklin had hidden one of them (being a picture of him as a baby reading a baby book). But when his Granny had arranged the banner Franklin felt bad for hiding it so after some attempts to get it hung. Mr Lynx sorted it all out.
  • Pioneer Worker Bear - He is one of the main inhabitants of the historical village that Miss Lynx runs. He is shown pushing a wagon. He wears a pioneer hat, some blue pants and white suspenders.
  • Railroad Worker Fox - He is one of the creatures that works at the train station. He is shown brushing the floor. He wears some green overalls with blue suspenders.
  • Conductor Goose - He is at the train station. He wears a cap, some glasses and a cape.
  • Dynaroo - Franklin's hero, a masked and caped kangaroo. She carries a golden lasso to catch evildoers, and is said to also have a rocket jetpack. Appeared in person in one episode during a book signing, with no spoken dialogue. (Stitches on her thighs combined with silence suggested that she may have been an actor in a mascot suit, as often seen at children's events.) Has a sidekick, like most superheroes.
  • Mr. Coyote - A coyote (a member of the dog family), who tried his hardest not to photograph Franklin. Franklin was on a mission to do go deeds and make into the paper. He made it in, but there was no picture of him and Mr. Coyote incorrectly gave his name as "Frank." Mr. Coyote reappeared in a bike race episode where he helped Franklin and Bear enter the race by sponsoring them for the newspaper, and gave them an opportunity to take a challenge in order to get more computers for the library. They succeeded, and Mr. Coyote put everyone's picture on the front page. Mr. Coyote was voiced in his appearances by Stephen Ouimette.
  • Coyote - A seven-foot-one hockey player who Franklin and Bear actually get to meet. He's a great player, but he tells them that the person they really should look up to is Mrs. Muskrat. His voice is provided by Elijah Wood.
  • Bill Buffalo - A seven-foot-six hockey player who inexplicably replaces Coyote as Franklin's favorite in the sixth season. Franklin also gets to meet him. He gives Franklin his very own Franklin rookie card. He is voiced by Dan Green.
  • Mr. Heronecologist - A great blue heron who gives Franklin a small tree seedling and encourages him to look after it. When Franklin doesn't think much of it at first, Mr. Heron helps him to see its value. Mr. Heron planted the tree that now houses the tree fort which Franklin and his friends sometimes play in. Mr. Heron is voiced by Wayne Robson.
  • Mrs. Heron - Very little is known about Mrs. Heron, but it can be presumed she is Mr. Heron's wife or perhaps Mr. Heron's older sister maybe even his mother for being older than Mr. Heron. It's possible that she may run a coffee shop, as she was seen coming out of one in the second season. She is voiced by Kay Hawtrey.
  • Mrs. Periwinklepilot - She's the only adult snail character seen on the program to date. She helps Snail achieve his dream of flying high in the sky. Snail had been told that snails can't fly, but back when she was a kid, she was told that girls can't be pilots. Mr. Turtle introduces Snail to her when Franklin tells him about Snail's dream. She was voiced by Jill Frappier.
  • Martin the Magnificentmagician - A performer who inspires Franklin to try his own magic tricks. Seen in only one story so far. His repertoire of tricks includes making things appear and making himself disappear. Although only appearring in one episode, he was mentioned once in the fifth season. Voiced by Keith Knight.
  • Sparrow, Duck, Polar Bear, Mr. Lion - A series of characters in a tale in the first season story "Franklin in the Dark," which was based on the first-ever Franklin book. The story is about a little turtle who meets all of these animals and learns about the things they're afraid of. The Bird was voiced by Richard Binsley, the Duck by Elizabeth Hanna, the Polar Bear by Phillip Williams and Mr. Lion by Gary Krawford.
  • Moose - A moose who appeared only in one episode, "Franklin's New Friend," Moose was a new kid in Franklin's class who is awkward and shy. Franklin eventually comes to befriend him after being upset at Moose for telling Franklin's friends about Sam. He also helped Franklin with a bake sale. It was also said he moved from somewhere far away. He is voiced by Amos Crawley.
  • Henrietta Moose - Appeared as Moose's mother in the same episode that Moose did. She is voiced by Ellen Ray Hennessy.
  • Mr. Moose - is Moose's father seen in two books and the same episode Moose did.
  • Porcupine - Porcupine shows up in a first-season episode and creates a secret club, but won't let Franklin join. Possibly, Coach Porcupine's daughter. She was voiced by Sharai-Ann Ross-Laney from Season 1-2. Katie Griffin from season 6.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Squirrel - The parents of Squirrel they clapped at the end of Franklin and the school play they never ever have a speaking role; their son Squirrel plays the recorder in Franklin and the school play
  • Possum - A young opossum who becomes a good friend of Bear's when he and Franklin attend day camp. Franklin grows jealous of the friendship and acts goofy to try to get Bear's attention. Possum was voiced by Jake Goldsbie in his only appearance on the show.
  • Mole - Mr. Mole's grandson. Mole only shows up once or twice as a visitor to Scottsville. He appears in the second season and is voiced by Jamie Haydon-Devlin, who later assumes the voice of Raccoon from the third season on. As shown in Mole's debut, he is a hard child to be friends with. Mole has a personality that is very similar to that of a brat, as he wants whatever he can get, and refuses all of Franklin's ideas in lieu of his own. Mole even goes as far as to turn down a soccer game invitation from Franklin's friends, because Mole would rather play with Franklin's toys (without Franklin's consent).
  • Bat - He appeared in an episode called "Franklin and His Night Friend." Like any bat, he's most active at night and hangs upside down in trees. Franklin, however, learns that despite these differences, they can still be friends. In his only appearance to date, Bat was voiced by Jonathan Malen.
  • Mr. Bat - Bat's father. Voiced by Donald Burda, who is also the voice of Mr. Bear.
  • Mrs. Bat - Bat's mother. Voiced by Mari Trainor, who is also the voice of Mrs./Dr. Bear and Coach Porcupine.
  • (Bobby) Bunny - A young rabbit who's been seen in a few episodes. He is Rabbit's little brother. Voiced by Kristen Bone. He was changed to Bobby in Franklin and Friends
  • 'Bill'is Rabbit's little brother in Franklin and Friends
  • 'Fifi'is Rabbit's sister in Franklin and Friends
  • 'Franny'is Rabbit's sister in Franklin and Friends
  • 'Luke'is Rabbit's Cousin in Franklin and Friends
  • 'Harry'is Rabbit's Cousin in Franklin and Friends
  • 'Gary'is Rabbit's Cousin in Franklin and Friends
  • Junior Marmot - A young marmot who loses a puppy in the third season of the program. Franklin finds the puppy and is a bit sad to give it back at first. He changes his mind once he sees how happy Junior Marmot is to have the puppy back. Voiced by Frannie Diggins.
  • Mrs. Marmot - Junior Marmot's mother. Voiced by Judy Marshak, who was also the voice of the Narrator in the first season of the show.
  • Grandma Marmot - Junior Marmot's Maternal Grandma She lost Junior Marmot's puppy on accident so now Franklin now watches puppy when they travel.
  • Mr. MarmotSafety inspector - Franklin and Bear meet him in the sixth season and find him working to reinforce a river bank. When he tells them that he's a safety inspector, Franklin starts becoming obsessive about safety. He annoys his friends with it, but saves them all when he discovers a problem with the treehouse. Later, Mr. Marmot is seen laying a telephone cable. Mr. Marmot may be Junior Marmot's father, although this is unknown. Voice actor is unknown, due to generic credits.
  • Ermine - A young ermine in the fourth season who Franklin keeps seeing, but none of his friends spot him. They begin to think that Franklin is making him up. As it turns out, Ermine is just shy. Voiced by John Hagley.
  • Grandma Ermine - Ermine's grandma. Voiced by Kay Hawtrey, who's also the voice of Mrs. Heron. She reappears in the sixth season briefly, pushing around a shopping cart. Her Husband is Grandpa Ermine
  • Possum - A different opossum from the previous entry, sometimes babysat by Franklin's Granny. Granny introduces him to Franklin and they try to play together, but Franklin becomes a bit jealous of all the attention Possum gets from Granny. He eventually gets over it once he learns that Granny brags about him a lot to Possum. Voiced by David Klar.
  • Betty - Beaver's cousin. Could be mistaken for Beaver if she doesn't wear some sort of identification on her, though she is a slightly lighter shade of brown and doesn't have whiskers like Beaver. Additionally, she has light brown eyes, unlike Beaver's, which are black. She usually dons a purple sweater. She totally admires Franklin's sandcastle, and likes pretending to be a knight as well. She wears a unicorn pin, which she gave to Franklin. Has only appeared in one episode to date. Her friendship with Franklin caused Franklin to be teased about having a girlfriend. She is voiced by Stephanie Beard.
  • Owl - Nephew of Mr. Owl, great-nephew of Mrs. Owl and son of Mr. Owl's sister and brother-in-law. He was seen in a tree so that means Mr. Owl, Mrs., Owl, Aunt Owl and Uncle Owl all live in trees and Mrs. Owl could have pictures of Mr. Owl's dad (Mr. Owl Sr.).
  • Wolverine - A rough-playing fellow, Franklin and his friends didn't like how he plays rough at first. Franklin was also afraid that he'd hurt Harriet, but realizes that he was wrong after seeing Wolverine play nice with Harriet. Has only appeared in one episode so far. Wolverine's voice actor is unknown.
  • Little and Big Crab - Two crabs who Franklin and Bear met during a trip to the seashore. After a misunderstanding, they ended up being friends. These two have only been in one episode. Marc Donato was the voice of Little Crab, while Nickolas Swan was the voice of Big Crab.
  • Granny Goose - Goose's grandmother on her father's side.
  • Grandpa Goose - Goose's grandpa on her mother's side. He wears glasses, a shirt and some pants and suspenders.
  • Aunt Goose - Goose's aunt on her mother's side.
  • Uncle Goose - Goose's uncle on her mother's side and Aunt Goose's twin brother husband.
  • Giselle - Goose's younger cousin on her mother's side and the daughter of Aunt Goose and Uncle Goose.
  • Great Aunt Harriet - Great Aunt Harriet has been mentioned on the TV show, but never seen. She has appeared in at least one Franklin book, Franklin's Christmas Gift and is rather old and wears glasses. She is known for giving great gifts filled with love. In both the TV show and the books, Franklin names his little sister Harriet in honor of her. It appears that she could be the older sister of Grandma Jenny Turtle or Grandfather Turtle.
  • Great-Grandpa Turtle - The father of Grandma Jenny He was known for chopping trees he was known in only stories.
  • Great Grandpa - The dad of Granny who died with his wife in a fire when granny was little. he was known for great fishing.
  • Great Grandma - The mom of Granny who died with her husband in a fire when granny was little. she was known for picking great berries.
  • Old Turtle - A very old turtle, older than she can count she is a majestic person she carries lots of turtle talisman she gave the last one to Great Grandpa before he died who helped them find Granny's time capsule.
  • Big Bear - A very tall bear who never throws anything away he even dug up Granny's time capsule. Granny was happy to find it hadn't disinagrated in the big forest fire that Granny's parents died in.
  • Carbunkel - A museum tour guide who appeared only in the book Franklin's Class Trip and in the stage show Franklin's Big Adventure. She thinks a lot of her abilities and enjoys greeting and being greeted with a cheerful "hello." Franklin doesn't think much of her somewhat wacky personality at first, but later warms up to her. The spelling of her name is unusual --- Carbunkel instead of Carbunkle.
  • Dinosaur - An actual dinosaur that Franklin and Snail talk with and sing a song with in "Franklin's Big Adventure." He makes sure that they know he's a vegetarian and eats trees, but just the leaves.
  • Cousin Shelly - Never actually seen but Mr. and Mrs. Turtle dropped Franklin and Harriet off at Aunt T's house to go see Cousin Shelly get married.
  • Aunt Tortoise - Never actually seen but according to Mr. Turtle she gives weird gifts but according to Mrs. Turtle there unique. She even gave Mrs. Turtle a fruit hat.
  • Aunt Lucy - An archaeologist. Her goddaughter is Sammy. She is Franklin's aunt on his father's side and the younger sister of Mr. Turtle.
  • Uncle Card Turtle - The brother of Mrs. Turtle he is only seen in Franklin and Friends.
  • Aunt Kay Turtle - The wife of Uncle Turtle he is only seen in Franklin and Friends.
  • Cousin Turtle - The child of Uncle and Aunt Turtle only seen in Franklin and Friends.
  • Samantha "Sam" - The goddaughter of Aunt Lucy she has sassy behavior and Franklin's current rival.
  • Aunt Bear - Mom of Bear's cousin.
  • Uncle Bear - Dad of Bear's cousin.
  • Bear's Cousin- Bear's cousin as mentioned in the episode called Franklin and the Thunderstorm.
  • Aunt Rabbit - Rabbit Sister and Bunny's Aunt mentioned in the episode Franklin Goes to School she is a teacher that yells a lot.
  • Ms. Pennanti - appears in 2003-04 Season.

Note that in the first, fifth and sixth seasons of the program, Franklin uses a generic voice credits screen that only lists some roles and appears at the end of every episode. In the second to fourth seasons, voice actors/actresses were credited in the episodes that they appeared in. Most, if not all characters, that have speaking roles of any sort are now listed. Many of these, as well as many that have been mentioned, seem to flit on and off the series with little or no explanation.

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  • 1984 : a novel / by George Orwell.
  • 880-02 Xi you ji / Wu Cheng'en
  • À l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleur / Marcel Proust
  • Aaron's Rod / D. H. Lawrence
  • Abbe Mouret’s Transgression / Émile Zola; edited with an introduction by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly [1875]
  • The Abbess of Castro / Stendhal; translated from the French by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff
  • The Abbot / Walter Scott
  • Abel Crew / Ellen Wood [1874]
  • Absalom and Achitophel / John Dryden
  • The Absentee / Maria Edgeworth
  • The Academic Questions / Marcus Tullius Cicero; translated by Charles Duke Yonge
  • An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street / J. Sheridan Le Fanu
  • An account of the manners and customs of the Aborigines and the state of their relations with Europeans / Edward John Eyre. [1845]
  • An account of the sea coast and interior of South Australia / Charles Sturt
  • An Accursed Race / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Acharnians / Aristophanes
  • Across Patagonia / Florence Dixie ; with illustrations from sketches by Julius Beerbohm. [1880]
  • Across the Plains / Ambrose Bierce
  • Across the Plains / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Actions and Reactions / Rudyard Kipling
  • Adam Bede / George Eliot
  • An Address delivered before the Senior Class in Divinity College, Cambridge, Sunday Evening, July 15, 1838 / Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The Admiral’s Caravan / Charles E. Carryl; with illustrations by Reginald B. Birch [1892]
  • The advancement of learning / Francis Bacon.
  • The Adventure of the Black Lady / Aphra Behn
  • Adventures Among Books / Andrew Lang
  • Adventures in Somali Land / John Hanning Speke
  • The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom / Tobias Smollett
  • The Adventures of Gerard / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan / James Justinian Morier
  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn / Mark Twain
  • The Adventures of Martin Hewitt / Arthur Morrison
  • The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle / Tobias Smollett
  • The Adventures of Philip on his way through the World ; shewing who robbed him, who helped him, and who passed him by / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The Adventures of Roderick Random / Tobias Smollett
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for God / George Bernard Shaw
  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer / Mark Twain
  • The Æneid / Virgil ; translated by John Dryden
  • The Æneids of Virgil. Done into English Verse by William Morris
  • Aesop's fables. English
  • Aesop's Fables / translated by George Fyler Townsend
  • The Affair at the Semiramis Hotel / A. E. W. Mason [1917]
  • After Dark / Wilkie Collins
  • After London ; or Wild England / Richard Jefferies
  • After the Dance / Leo Tolstoy
  • Agamemnon / Aeschylus ; translated by E.D.A. Morshead
  • Agatha Webb / Anna Katharine Green
  • The Age of Innocence / Edith Wharton
  • The Age of Reason / Thomas Paine
  • Agesilaus / Xenophon ; translated by H. G. Dakyns
  • Agnes Grey / Anne Brontë.
  • Agrarian Justice / Thomas Paine
  • Ajax / Sophocles; translated by R. C. Trevelyan
  • Alastor; or, the spirit of solitude / Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Albert Savarus / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Clara Bell
  • Albertine disparue. English
  • Alcestis / Euripides; translated by Richard Aldington
  • The Alchemist / Ben Jonson
  • The Alchemist / H. P. Lovecraft
  • Alexander Pope / Leslie Stephen [1880]
  • Alexander's Bridge / Willa Cather
  • Alexander Smith and Alexander Pope / Charles Kingsley
  • Alfred Tennyson / Andrew Lang
  • The Alhambra by Washington Irving
  • Alice Doane’s Appeal / Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland / Lewis Carroll; illustrated by Sir John Tenniel
  • The Alkahest / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley [1834]
  • All Hallows' Eve / Charles Williams
  • All in a Garden Fair / Walter Besant
  • All's well that ends well / William Shakespeare
  • All Sorts and Conditions of Men / Walter Besant
  • All the Sad Young Men / F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Allan Quatermain / H. Rider Haggard
  • Almayer's Folly : a story of an eastern river / Joseph Conrad
  • Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino / Samuel Butler
  • Alroy : The Prince of the Captivity / Benjamin Disraeli
  • The Altar of the Dead / Henry James
  • Alton Locke, Tailor and Poet : An Autobiography / Charles Kingsley [1849]
  • Alyosha the Pot / Leo Tolstoy
  • The Amateur Cracksman / E. W. Hornung
  • The Amateur Emigrant / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • The Ambassadors / Henry James
  • Amelia / Henry Fielding
  • The American Crisis / Thomas Paine
  • An American Girl in London / Sara Jeannette Duncan ; illustrated by F. H. Townsend
  • The American / Henry James
  • American Notes for General Circulation / Charles Dickens
  • American Notes / Rudyard Kipling
  • The American’s Tale : an Arizona tragedy / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The American Scholar : an oration delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, August 31, 1837 / Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The American Senator / Anthony Trollope
  • An American Tragedy / Theodore Dreiser
  • The American Volunteer Motor-ambulance Corps in France / Henry James
  • The Amethyst Box / Anna Katharine Green
  • Ami et Amile. English.
  • Among the Railway Folk / Rudyard Kipling
  • Among the Tibetans / Isabella L. Bird
  • The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia / Jane Barker
  • Amy Foster / Joseph Conrad
  • On an Instrument to illustrate Poinsot’s Theory of Rotation
  • Anabasis / Xenophon ; translated by H. G. Dakyns
  • The Analects of Confucius / translated by James Legge
  • The Analyst : A Discourse addressed to an Infidel Mathematician / George Berkeley
  • The Analytical Theory of Heat / Joseph Fourier ; translated, with notes, by Alexander Freeman
  • Anarchism, and other essays / Emma Goldman
  • Anatomy of Melancholy / Robert Burton
  • The Ancestral Footstep. Outlines of an English Romance / Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • And the Dead Spake / E. F. Benson
  • Andria. English
  • Androcles and the Lion / George Bernard Shaw
  • Andromache / Euripides; translated by Edward P. Coleridge
  • The Angel of the Revolution : A Tale of the Coming Terror / George Griffith [1893]
  • Angelina; or, l’Amie Inconnue / Maria Edgeworth
  • The Angels’ Music / Ellen Wood [1876]
  • The Angels of Mons: the bowmen and other legends of the War / Arthur Machen
  • Animal Farm / George Orwell
  • Ann Mellor's Lover / Marjorie Bowen
  • Ann Veronica, a modern love story / H. G. Wells
  • Anna Karenina / Leo Tolstoy; translated by Constance Garnett
  • The Annals / P. Cornelius Tacitus; translated by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb
  • Anne / Ellen Wood [1876]
  • Anne of Geierstein / Walter Scott
  • Anne of Green Gables / Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • Annie Kilburn: a novel / William Dean Howells
  • Annus Mirabilis : The Year of Wonders, 1666. / John Dryden
  • Another Study of a Woman / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage and Clara Bell
  • The Antichrist / Friedrich Nietzsche; translated by H. L. Mencken
  • The Antiquary / Sir Walter Scott; illustrated
  • Anton Chekhov / Marian Fell
  • Antonina; or, the Fall of Rome / Wilkie Collins
  • Antony and Cleopatra / William Shakespeare
  • Aphorisms / Hippocrates ; translated by Francis Adams
  • Apologia. English
  • An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews / Henry Fielding
  • The Apology of Socrates / Xenophon ; translated by H. G. Dakyns
  • Apology / Plato; translated by Benjamin Jowett
  • Arabian nights. English
  • Arabian nights.- English
  • The Arabian Nights' Entertainments / Richard F. Burton
  • L'Archipel en Feu / Jules Verne
  • Ardath : The Story of a Dead Self / Marie Corelli [1889]
  • Areopagitica : a speech for the liberty of unlicensed printing to the Parliament of England / John Milton
  • The Argonautica / Apollonius Rhodius ; translated by R.C. Seaton
  • An Argument against Abolishing Christianity / Jonathan Swift
  • Aria da Capo / Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Armadale / Wilkie Collins
  • Armance / Stendhal; translated from the French by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff
  • Arms and the Man / George Bernard Shaw
  • Around the World in 80 Days / Jules Verne
  • Around the World in Seventy-Two Days / Nellie Bly
  • The Arrow of Gold / Joseph Conrad
  • Arrowsmith / Sinclair Lewis
  • The Art and Craft of Printing / William Morris
  • The Art of Aubrey Beardsley / with a preface and introduction by Arthur Symons
  • The Art of Confectionary : Shewing the various methods of preserving all sorts of fruits, dry and liquid; viz. oranges, lemons, citrons, golden pippins, wardens, apricots green, almonds, gooseberries, cherries, currants, plumbs, raspberies, peaches, walnuts, nectarines, figs, grapes. &c. Flowers and herbs; as violets, angelica, orange-flowers, &c. also how to make all sorts of biscakes, maspins, sugar-works, and candies, with the best methods of clarifying, and the different ways of boiling sugar / Edward Lambert
  • The Art of Controversy / Arthur Schopenhauer; translated by T. Bailey Saunders
  • The Art of Coquetry / Charlotte Lennox [1750]
  • The Art of Donald McGill / George Orwell
  • The Art of Literature / Arthur Schopenhauer; translated by T. Bailey Saunders
  • The Art of Living in Australia / Philip E. Muskett ; together with three hundred Australian cookery recipes and accessory kitchen information by Mrs. H. Wicken.
  • The Art of War / Niccolo Machiavelli
  • The Art of War / Sun Tzu
  • Arthur’s Hall / E. T. A. Hoffmann
  • Der Artushof. English.
  • As a Man Thinketh / James Allen
  • As you like it / William Shakespeare
  • Ashes of the Beacon ; an historical monograph written in 4930 / Ambrose Bierce
  • The Aspern Papers / Henry James
  • The Assignation / Edgar Allan Poe [1834]
  • L'Assommoir / Émile Zola
  • At Abdul Ali's Grave / E. F. Benson
  • At Fault / Kate Chopin
  • At Miss Deveen’s / Ellen Wood [1869]
  • At the Article of Death / John Buchan
  • At the Back of the North Wind / George MacDonald ; illustrated by Arthur Hughes and edited by Greville MacDonald
  • At the Back of the North Wind / George MacDonald ; simplified by Elizabeth Lewis ; with six full page illustrations in color by Maria L. Kirk
  • At the Earth's Core / Edgar Rice Burroughs [1914]
  • At the Mountains of Madness / H.P. Lovecraft
  • At the Rising of the Waters / John Buchan
  • At the Sign of the Cat and Racket / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Clara Bell
  • At the Sign of the Reine Pédauque / Anatole France; translated by Jos. A. V. Stritzko
  • At Whitney Hall / Ellen Wood [1872]
  • Atalantis Major / Daniel Defoe
  • Athēnaiōn politeia. English
  • The Atheist's Mass / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Clara Bell
  • The Athenian Constitution / Aristotle; translated by Sir Frederic G. Kenyon
  • An ‘Attic’ Philosopher / Émile Souvestre ; with a preface by Joseph Bertrand
  • L'Auberge rouge. English. [1832]
  • Aucassin and Nicolete / Andrew Lang
  • Aunt Dean / Ellen Wood [1872]
  • Aurora Australis / published at the winter quarters of the British Antarctic expedition, 1907, during the winter months of April, May, June, July 1908; illustrated with lithographs and etchings by George Marston ; [pref. by Sir E. H. Shackleton]
  • Aurora Floyd / Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  • Australia felix / Henry Handel Richardson.
  • Australia Twice Traversed / Ernest Giles
  • An Authentic Narrative of a Haunted House / J. Sheridan Le Fanu
  • The Author of Beltraffio / Henry James
  • The Authoress of the Odyssey : where and when she wrote, who she was, the use she made of the Iliad, and how the Poem grew under her hands / Samuel Butler
  • Autobiographical Sketches / Thomas De Quincey [1853]
  • An Autobiography / Anthony Trollope
  • The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp / W. H. Davies; with a preface by Bernard Shaw
  • The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas / Gertrude Stein
  • The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin / edited by Frank Woodworth Pine; illustrated by E. Boyd Smith
  • The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini / translated by John Addington Symonds
  • The Autobiography of John Stuart Mill [1873]
  • Autobiography / T. H. Huxley.
  • The Autocracy of Mr. Parham / H. G. Wells
  • Autour de la Lune / Jules Verne
  • Autre étude de femme. English
  • Autres Temps ... / Edith Wharton
  • Autumnal Tints / Henry David Thoreau
  • The Avenger / Thomas De Quincey
  • The Avenging of Ann Leete / Marjorie Bowen
  • Les Aventures du Capitaine Hatteras / Jules Verne
  • Awakening / John Galsworthy
  • The Awakening / Kate Chopin
  • The Awkward Age / Henry James
  • Ayala's Angel / Anthony Trollope
  • Ayesha : The Return of She / H. Rider Haggard

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  • Babbit / Sinclair Lewis
  • Babes In The Darkling Woods / H. G. Wells [1940]
  • Bacchae. English
  • The Bacchantes / Euripides; translated by Edward P. Coleridge
  • A Backward Glance / Edith Wharton
  • Bacon / by Charles Williams. [1933]
  • Bacon / R. W. Church [1884]
  • The Ball at Sceaux / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Clara Bell
  • The Ballad of the White Horse / Chesterton, G. K
  • Ballads / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Balzac / Frederick Lawton
  • Barchester Towers / Anthony Trollope
  • Barnaby Rudge : a tale of the riots of 'Eighty / Charles Dickens
  • The Barr Smith Library: its early days / Margy Burn
  • Barrack-Room Ballads / Rudyard Kipling
  • Bartholomew Fair / Ben Jonson
  • Bartleby, the Scrivener / Herman Melville
  • Basil / Wilkie Collins
  • Basilissa / John Buchan
  • The Battle of Life / Charles Dickens
  • The Battle of Marathon / Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • The Battle of the Books / Jonathan Swift
  • The Beachy Head Murder / Arthur Gask [1941]
  • The Beast in the Cave / H. P. Lovecraft
  • The Beast in the Jungle / Henry James
  • Beasts and Super-Beasts / Saki
  • Beatrix / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley
  • The Beautiful and Damned / F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • The Beautiful White Devil / Guy Boothby [1897]
  • Because of the Dollars / Joseph Conrad
  • Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of England : a revised translation with introduction, life, and notes / by A. M. Sellar
  • The Bedford-Row Conspiracy / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The Beetle : A Mystery / Richard Marsh [1897]
  • The Beggar's Opera / John Gay
  • The Beginning of the End / Ellen Wood [1869]
  • Behind the Curtain / Francis Stevens
  • Bel Ami / Guy de Maupassant
  • The Beldonald Holbein / Henry James
  • Belinda / Maria Edgeworth
  • The Bell-Tower / Herman Melville
  • The Belton Estate / Anthony Trollope
  • Ben Jonson / Felix E. Schelling
  • The Bench of Desolation / Henry James
  • Benito Cereno / Herman Melville
  • Beowulf / translated by Francis Gummere
  • Berenice / Edgar Allan Poe [1835]
  • The Bertrams / Anthony Trollope [1859]
  • Bessy's Troubles at Home / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Betrothed / Walter Scott
  • Between the Acts / Virginia Woolf
  • Between the Lights / E. F. Benson
  • Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Future Philosophy / Friedrich Nietzsche ; translated by Ian Johnston
  • Beyond the City / Arthur Conan Doyle [1892]
  • Beyond the Wall of Sleep / H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Bible in Spain / George Borrow
  • Bibliomania ; or Book-madness; a bibliographical romance / Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  • The Bickerstaff-Partridge Papers / Jonathan Swift
  • A Bid for Fortune : or, Dr. Nikola’s Vendetta / Guy Boothby [1895]
  • Billy Budd, Sailor / Herman Melville
  • A biographical tribute to the memory of Trim / Matthew Flinders [1804]
  • The Birds / Aristophanes
  • Birds of Prey / Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  • The Bishop and other stories / Anton Chekhov ; translated by Constance Garnett
  • The Bishop of Hell / Marjorie Bowen
  • The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Black Beauty : the autobiography of a horse / Anna Sewell [1877]
  • The Black Cat / Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Black Dwarf / Sir Walter Scott [1816]
  • The Black Fishers / John Buchan
  • The Black Lady of Brin Tor / Guy Boothby
  • Black Magic: a tale of the rise and fall of the Antichrist / Marjorie Bowen
  • The Black Mask / E. W. Hornung
  • The Black Mate / Joseph Conrad
  • The Black Robe / Wilkie Collins
  • The Blanket of the Dark / John Buchan
  • The Blazing World
  • Bleak House / Charles Dickens
  • Blind Love / Wilkie Collins
  • Bliss, and other stories / Katherine Mansfield
  • The Blithedale Romance / Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • The Blood-Stone Tragedy : a druidical story / Arthur Conan Doyle [1884]
  • Blow Up with the Brig\! / Wilkie Collins
  • The Blue Fairy Book / Andrew Lang
  • The Blue Moccasins / D. H. Lawrence [1928]
  • A Blue Pantomime / Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch [1893]
  • The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig' / William Hope Hodgson
  • Bobok : from Somebody's Diary / Fyodor Dostoyevsky ; translated by Constance Garnett
  • The Body-Snatcher / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Bones : The April Fool of Harvey’s Sluice / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Book of Dreams and Ghosts / Andrew Lang
  • A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys / John Buchan
  • The Book of Good Counsels, selected from the Hitopadeśa / translated from the Sanscrit by Sir Edwin Arnold
  • The Book of Household Management / Isabella Beeton.
  • The Book of Job / William Blake
  • The Book of Prognostics / Hippocrates ; translated by Francis Adams
  • The Book of Snobs / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The Book of the Dead / E. A. Wallis Budge
  • The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night / Richard F. Burton
  • The Book of Thel / William Blake
  • The Book of Urizen / William Blake
  • A Book of Words / Rudyard Kipling
  • Bookbinding, and the care of books / Douglas Cockerell
  • Books and Bookmen / Andrew Lang
  • Books and Bookmen / Ian Maclaren
  • Books and Characters. French and English / Lytton Strachey
  • Boon, The Mind of the Race, The Wild Asses of the Devil, and The Last Trump : being a first selection from the literary remains of George Boon, appropriate to the times / Herbert George Wells [1915]
  • Born in Exile / George Gissing
  • The Bostonians / Henry James
  • Boule de Suif / Guy de Maupassant
  • La bourse. English
  • The Box Tunnel / Charles Reade
  • Boyhood / Leo Tolstoy; translated by C. J. Hogarth
  • Bran / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Brat Farrar / Josephine Tey
  • Bratʹi︠a︡ Karamazovy. English
  • The Breakdown / Marjorie Bowen
  • Breaking Down / Ellen Wood [1872]
  • A Bride from the Bush / E. W. Hornung
  • The Bride of Abydos / George Byron
  • The Bride of Lammermoor / Walter Scott
  • A Brief Appraisal of the Greek Literature in its foremost pretensions / Thomas De Quincey [1838]
  • A briefe and true report of the Honorable voyage vnto Cadiz, 1596. of the ouerthrow of the kings Fleet, and of the winning, sacking, and burning of the Citie, with all other accidents of moment, thereunto appertaining. / Richard Hakluyt
  • A briefe commentarie of Island: wherein the errors of such as haue written concerning this Island, are detected, and the slanders, and reproches of certaine strangers, which they haue vsed ouer-boldly against the people of Island are confuted. / Arngrimus Ionas
  • The Bright Messenger / Algernon Blackwood
  • Britannia, or a Chorographical description of Great Britain, Ireland and the adjacent Islands / William Camden; translated into English, with additions and improvements. Revised, digested, and published, with large additions, by Edmund Gibson
  • The Broken Heart / John Ford
  • The Bronze Hand / Anna Katharine Green
  • Brooksmith / Henry James
  • Brother Jacob / George Eliot
  • The Brothers / H. G. Wells
  • The Brothers Karamazov / Fyodor Dostoyevsky; translated by Constance Garnett
  • The Brothers / Terence ; translated by George Colman
  • The Brown Fairy Book / Andrew Lang
  • The Brown Man's Servant / W. W. Jacobs
  • Bucolica. English
  • Bulfinch's Mythology: Legends of Charlemagne or Romance of the Middle Ages / Thomas Bulfinch
  • Bulfinch's Mythology: The Age of Chivalry, or Legends of King Arthur / Thomas Bulfinch
  • Bulfinch's Mythology: The Age of Fable; or Stories of Gods and Heroes / Thomas Bulfinch
  • The Bully of Brocas Court / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • A Bundle of Letters / Henry James
  • Bunner Sisters / Edith Wharton
  • Bunyan / James Anthony Froude [1880]
  • Burke / John Morley [1879]
  • Burlesques / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Burmese Days / George Orwell
  • Burns and His School / Charles Kingsley
  • Bursting-up / Ellen Wood [1871]
  • The Bus-Conductor / E. F. Benson
  • By Reef and Palm / Louis Becke ; with an introduction by the Earl of Pembroke.
  • Byron / John Nichol [1880]

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  • Le Cabinet des Antiques. English.
  • A Cabinet Secret / Guy Boothby; illustrated by Arthur Wallis Mills [1901]
  • The Cabman’s Story: the Mysteries of a London ‘Growler’ / Arthur Conan Doyle [1884]
  • Caesar's Column : a story of the Twentieth Century / Ignatius Donnelly
  • The Cage at Cranford / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Calash / Nikolai Gogol
  • Calbot’s Rival / Julian Hawthorne
  • Caleb Williams ; or things as they are / William Godwin
  • The Call of Cthulhu / H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Call of the Wild / Jack London
  • Camilla : or, A Picture of Youth / Fanny Burney
  • Camille / Alexandre Dumas
  • Can such things be? / Ambrose Bierce
  • Can you forgive her? / Anthony Trollope
  • Candide / Voltaire
  • The Candle / Leo Tolstoy ; translated by Benjamin R. Tucker
  • The Canterbury Tales / Geoffrey Chaucer
  • The Canterbury Tales / Geoffrey Chaucer ; edited by Walter W. Skeat
  • Captain Burle / Émile Zola
  • Captain Cook's journal during his first voyage round the world made in H.M. Bark "Endeavour", 1768-71 : a literal transcription of the original mss. / with notes and introduction, edited by Captain W.J.L. Wharton
  • Captain Dick and Captain Jacka / Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • Captain Gault / William Hope Hodgson
  • The Captain of the "Pole-Star", and other stories / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Captain’s daughter.
  • The captain's doll / D. H. Lawrence
  • Captains Courageous : a story of the Grand Banks / Rudyard Kipling
  • The Captive / Marcel Proust; translated from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff
  • Capturing a Convict / Richard Marsh [1893]
  • Caramel Cottage / Ellen Wood [1885]
  • Carlyle / John Nichol [1892]
  • Carmilla / J. Sheridan Le Fanu
  • The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus. Now first completely Englished into Verse and Prose, the Metrical Part by Capt. Sir Richard F. Burton, and the Prose Portion, Introduction, and Notes Explanatory and Illustrative by Leonard C. Smithers.
  • Carnacki, the Ghost Finder / William Hope Hodgson
  • Caromel’s Farm / Ellen Wood [1878]
  • The Carrier Pigeon / Benjamin Disraeli
  • Casanova's Alibi / Rafael Sabatini
  • The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Case is Altered / Ben Jonson
  • The Case of Charles Dexter Ward / H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Case of Euphemia Raphash / M. P. Shiel [1895]
  • The Case of Mr Lucraft / Walter Besant
  • The Cask of Amontillado / Edgar Allan Poe
  • Cass Timberlane / Sinclair Lewis
  • Castle Dangerous / Walter Scott
  • The Castle of Otranto / Horace Walpole
  • The Castle of Wolfenbach / Eliza Parsons
  • Castle Rackrent / Maria Edgeworth ; with an introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie
  • Castle Richmond / Anthony Trollope; with and introduction by Algar Thorold
  • The Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne / Ann Radcliffe
  • The Cat / E. F. Benson
  • The Cat of the Stars / Sinclair Lewis
  • The Categories / Aristotle; translated by E. M. Edghill
  • Caterpillars / E. F. Benson
  • Catherine: a story / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Catiline / Henrik Ibsen
  • Catriona / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • The Cauldron of Oil / Wilkie Collins
  • The Cavalry General / Xenophon ; translated by H. G. Dakyns
  • Cecilia / Fanny Burney
  • Celebrated Crimes / Alexandre Dumas
  • Celephais / H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Celtic Twilight / William Butler Yeats [1893]
  • The Cenci / Stendhal ; translated from the French by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff
  • The Centurion / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Certain People / Edith Wharton
  • Cetywayo and his white neighbours : remarks on recent events in Zululand, Natal, and the Transvaal / H. Rider Haggard
  • Le Château des Carpathes / Jules Verne
  • Chamber Music / James Joyce
  • Chance / Joseph Conrad
  • Chandler & Chandler / Ellen Wood [1875]
  • Change / Arthur Machen
  • A Changed Man / Thomas Hardy
  • Chants for Socialists / William Morris
  • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays / William Hazlitt [1817]
  • Charles Dickens / George Orwell
  • Charles Lamb / Thomas De Quincey
  • Charles Reade / George Orwell
  • Charles Van Rheyn / Ellen Wood [1875]
  • Charlotte's Inheritance / Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  • Charmides, or Temperance / Plato; translated with an introduction by Benjamin Jowett
  • The Charterhouse of Parma / Stendhal; translated from the French by C. K. Scott–Moncrieff
  • The Chase of the Golden Plate / Jacques Futrelle [1906]
  • Chaucer / Adolphus William Ward [1879]
  • Chaucer's Canterbury Tales for the Modern Reader / prepared & edited by Arthur Burrell
  • Checkmate / Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu. English.
  • The Chemical History of a Candle; a course of Lectures delivered before a juvenile audience at the Royal Institution / Michael Faraday
  • The Cherry Orchard / Anton Chekhov
  • Chicot the Jester / Alexandre Dumas
  • Chiefly about War Matters / Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Child Christopher / William Morris
  • A Child of the Jago / Arthur Morrison
  • A Child's Garden of Verses / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • A Child's History of England / Charles Dickens
  • The Child's Story / Charles Dickens
  • The Child that went with the Fairies / J. Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Childe Harold's Pilgrimage / George Byron
  • The Childerbridge Mystery / Guy Boothby [1902]
  • Childhood / Leo Tolstoy; translated by C. J. Hogarth
  • The Children / Edith Wharton
  • Children of Gibeon / Walter Besant
  • Children of Heracles.- English
  • Children of the New Forest / Frederick Marryat
  • The Children of the Pool / Arthur Machen
  • Children of the Wind / M. P. Shiel [1923]
  • The Chimes / Charles Dickens
  • The China Bowl / E. F. Benson
  • Chinese Pictures, notes on photographs made in China / Isabella L. Bird
  • The Choephori / Aeschylus ; translated by E.D.A. Morshead
  • The Choice / Edith Wharton
  • The Choise of Valentines ; or the merie ballad of Nash his dildo / Thomas Nashe
  • The Chorus Girl and other stories / Anton Chekhov; translated by Constance Garnett
  • Christ in Flanders / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage [1831]
  • Christabel / Samuel Taylor Coleridge [1816]
  • A Christmas carol / Charles Dickens; illustrated by Arthur Rackham
  • The Christmas Guest: A Myth / Julian Hawthorne
  • Christmas Storms and Sunshine / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • A Christmas Tree and a Wedding / Fyodor Dostoyevsky ; translated by Constance Garnett
  • A Christmas Tree / Charles Dickens
  • The Chronic Argonauts / H. G. Wells [1888]
  • Chronicle of the Cid / translated from the Spanish by Robert Southey
  • The Chronicles of Clovis / Saki
  • The Chronicles of Martin Hewitt / Arthur Morrison
  • Chronicles of the Canongate / Walter Scott
  • Les Cinq Cents Millions de la Bégum / Jules Verne
  • Cinq Semaines en Ballon / Jules Verne
  • The Circular Study / Anna Katharine Green
  • Citadel of Fear / Francis Stevens
  • Cities of the Plain / Marcel Proust; translated from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff
  • The City of Dreadful Night / James Thomson
  • City of Dreadful Night / Rudyard Kipling
  • The City of the Sun / Tommaso Campanella
  • Claimed! / Francis Stevens
  • Clarimonde / Théophile Gautier; translated By Lafcadio Hearn
  • Clarissa Harlowe / Samuel Richardson
  • Clarissimi viri Hyginii Poeticon Astronomicon Opus utilissimum foeliciter incipit : De mundi et sphere ac utriusque ptiu declarations [1485]
  • The Claverings / Anthony Trollope
  • Clayhanger / Arnold Bennett
  • A Clergyman's Daughter / George Orwell
  • Cliges
  • The Cloak / Nikolai Gogol
  • The Cloister and the Hearth / Charles Reade
  • Clopton Hall / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby, Kt., Opened / Kenelm Digby
  • Cloud the Smiter / Arthur Gask [1926]
  • The Clouds / Aristophanes
  • The Cloven Foot / Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1879]
  • The Club-Footed Grocer / Arthur Conan Doyle [1898]
  • The Club of Queer Trades / G. K. Chesterton [1905]
  • Le Côté de Guermantes. English
  • Le Côté de Guermantes / Marcel Proust
  • The Coat / Henry Handel Richardson
  • Cobwebs from an Empty Skull / Ambrose Bierce
  • Coleridge / H. D. Traill [1884]
  • Collected Essays / George Orwell
  • Collected Essays / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Collected Ghost Stories / M. R. James
  • The Collected Poems of Edgar Allan Poe
  • Collected Poems / Oscar Wilde
  • Collected Poems / William Butler Yeats
  • Collected Stories / Olaf Stapledon
  • Collected works / Ambrose Bierce
  • The Collection of Antiquities / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage
  • The Colloquy of Monos and Una / Edgar Allan Poe [1841]
  • The Colonel’s Choice / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Colour out of Space / H.P. Lovecraft
  • Comedy in the Full Moon / John Buchan
  • The Comedy of errors / William Shakespeare
  • Coming Home / Edith Wharton
  • The Coming of the Fairies / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Coming Race / Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • Coming up for Air / George Orwell
  • Commentaries on the Laws of England : in four books / William Blackstone
  • The Commission in Lunacy / Honoré de Balzac; translated by Clara Bell
  • The Common Reader : First series / Virginia Woolf
  • The Common Reader, Second Series / Virginia Woolf
  • Common Sense / Thomas Paine
  • The Commonwealth of Oceana / James Harrington
  • Company Manners / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Company of the Marjolaine / John Buchan
  • The Compleat Angler / Izaak Walton
  • The Compleat Cook : expertly prescribing the most ready wayes, whether, Italian, Spanish, or French, for dressing of flesh, and fish, ordering of sauces or making of pastry
  • A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson / Watkin Tench
  • The Complete "Father Brown" / G. K. Chesterton.
  • The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley / Edited with textual notes by Thomas Hutchinson
  • The Complete Works of Henry Fielding, Esq. With an essay on the life, genius and achievement of the author by William Ernest Henley
  • Le Comte de Monte-Cristo. English
  • Comus; a mask presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634, before John, Earl of Bridgewater, then president of Wales./ John Milton; with introduction and notes by William Bell; illustrated by Arthur Rackham [1634]
  • Concerning the Nature of Things: Six Lectures delivered at the Royal Institution / William Henry Bragg [1925]
  • The Conduct of Life / Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Confessio Amantis / John Gower
  • The Confession / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Confession of Charles Linkworth / E. F. Benson
  • The confessions of a beachcomber : scenes and incidents in the career of an unprofessional beachcomber in tropical Queensland / E.J. Banfield.
  • Confessions of an English Opium-Eater : being an extract from the Life of a Scholar / Thomas De Quincey
  • The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau / Jean-Jacques Rousseau; translated by W. Conyngham Mallory
  • The Confessions / St. Augustine; translated by Edward Bouverie Pusey
  • Confidence / Henry James
  • The Confidence-Man: his masquerade / Herman Melville
  • Coningsby / Benjamin Disraeli
  • The Conservative / Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Considerations on representative government [1861]
  • The Consolation of Philosophy of Boethius / translated into English prose and verse by H. R. James
  • The Consolidator; or, Memoirs of Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon / Daniel Defoe; translated from the Lunar Language, By the Author of The True-born English Man
  • The Consul’s Daughter / Benjamin Disraeli
  • The Contagiousness of Puerperal Fever / Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • Contes et Nouvelles. English
  • Le contrat de mariage. English
  • Contributions to "All the Year Round" / Charles Dickens
  • The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion / Edgar Allan Poe [1839]
  • The Cook's Wedding and other stories / Anton Chekhov; translated by Constance Garnett
  • Cool Air / H.P. Lovecraft
  • Coral and Coral Reefs / Thomas Henry Huxley
  • The Coral Island / R. M. Ballantyne
  • Coriolanus
  • The Corsican Brothers / Alexandre Dumas
  • The Cossacks / Leo Tolstoy ; translated by Louise and Aylmer Maude
  • Counsels and Maxims / Arthur Schopenhauer; translated by T. Bailey Saunders
  • Count Alarcos; a Tragedy / Benjamin Disraeli
  • The Count of Monte Cristo / Alexandre Dumas
  • Count Robert of Paris / Walter Scott
  • The Country Housewife and Lady’s Director in the Management of a House, and the Delights and Profits of a Farm / Richard Bradley
  • The Country of the Blind, and other stories / H. G. Wells
  • The Country of the Pointed Firs / Sarah Orne Jewett [1896]
  • Cousin Betty / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by James Waring
  • Cousin Henry / Anthony Trollope [1879]
  • Cousin Phillis / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Cousin Pons / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage
  • Covering End / Henry James [1898]
  • Cowper / Goldwin Smith [1880]
  • Cox's Diary / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The Coxon Fund / Henry James
  • Crabb Ravine / Ellen Wood [1869]
  • Crabbe’s Practice / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Cranford / Mrs. Gaskell
  • Crapy Cornelia / Henry James
  • Cratylus / Plato; translated with an introduction by Benjamin Jowett
  • Creatures That Once Were Men, and other stories / Maxim Gorki ; translated from the Russian by J. M. Shirazi and others, with an introduction by G. K. Chesterton
  • The Cremona Violin / E. T. A. Hoffmann
  • The Cricket on the Hearth / Charles Dickens
  • Crime and Punishment / Fyodor Dostoyevsky; translated By Constance Garnett
  • The Crime and the Criminal / Richard Marsh
  • The Crime at Pickett’s Mill / Ambrose Bierce [1888]
  • The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard / Anatole France
  • The Crime of the Brigadier / Arthur Conan Doyle [1892]
  • A Crime of the Under-Seas / Guy Boothby; illustrated by Stanley Llewellyn Wood [1905]
  • The Crimson Fairy Book / Andrew Lang
  • Critias / Plato; translated with an introduction by Benjamin Jowett
  • The Critic ; or, A tragedy rehearsed. A dramatic piece in three Acts / Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  • Criticism / Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Critique of Judgement / Immanuel Kant; translated with introduction and notes by J.H. Bernard [1790]
  • The Critique of Judgement. Part I : Critique of Aesthetic Judgement / Immanuel Kant ; translated by James Creed Meredith
  • The Critique of Practical Reason / Immanuel Kant ; translated by Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
  • The Critique of Pure Reason / Immanuel Kant ; translated by J. M. D. Meiklejohn
  • Crito / Plato; translated with an introduction by Benjamin Jowett
  • The Crock of Gold / James Stephens
  • The Crocodile : an extraordinary incident / Fyodor Dostoyevsky; translated by Constance Garnett
  • The Crooked Branch / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Crotchet Castle / Thomas Love Peacock
  • Crowley Castle / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Crown Derby Plate / Marjorie Bowen
  • The Crown of Wild Olive : three lectures on Work, Traffic and War / John Ruskin
  • The Crowned Skull / Fergus Hume
  • The Croxley Master : a great tale of the prize ring / Arthur Conan Doyle [1899]
  • Crucial Instances / Edith Wharton
  • A Crystal Age / William Henry Hudson
  • The Crystal Egg / H. G. Wells
  • Culture and Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism / Matthew Arnold
  • Cumberland Sheep Shearers / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Cupid and Psyche / Guy Boothby
  • The Curate of St. Matthew's / Ellen Wood [1879]
  • Le Curé de Tours. English
  • Curiosities of Literature / Isaac Disraeli ; edited, with memoir and notes, by his son, The Earl of Beaconsfield
  • A Curious Experience / Ellen Wood [1883]
  • Curious, if true / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Custom and Myth / Andrew Lang
  • The Custom of the Country / Edith Wharton
  • The Cyclops / Euripides; translated by E. P. Coleridge
  • Cymbeline / William Shakespeare
  • Cyropaedia. English

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  • D’Arfet’s Vengeance / Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • Dagon / H.P. Lovecraft
  • Daisy Miller: a study in two parts / Henry James
  • La Dame aux Camélias / Alexandre Dumas
  • La dame aux camélias. English.
  • La Dame de Monsoreau. English.
  • The Damnation of Theron Ware / Harold Frederic
  • The Dance of Death / Hans Holbein ; with an introductory note by Austin Dobson
  • Danger! and other stories / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Daniel Defoe / William Minto [1879]
  • Daniel Deronda / George Eliot
  • The Danvers Jewels / Mary Cholmondeley [1886]
  • Dao de jing. English
  • The Dark Cottage / Mary Cholmondeley [1921]
  • The Dark Highway / Arthur Gask [1928]
  • Dark Hollow / Anna Katherine Green
  • The Dark Mill Stream / Arthur Gask [1947]
  • A Dark Night's Work / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Darkness and the Light / Olaf Stapledon
  • The Darling and other stories / Anton Chekhov; translated by Constance Garnett
  • Darwiniana / Thomas Henry Huxley
  • A Daughter of Eve / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Katherine Wormeley
  • The Daughter of the Commandant / Aleksandr Pushkin; translated by Mrs. Milne Home
  • The Daughter of Time / Josephine Tey
  • A Daughter of to-day / Sara Jeannette Duncan
  • David Copperfield.
  • David Garth’s Ghost / Ellen Wood [1871]
  • David Garth’s Night-Watch / Ellen Wood [1869]
  • Dawn / H. Rider Haggard
  • A Day in Briar Wood / Ellen Wood [1877]
  • A Day of Pleasure / Ellen Wood [1872]
  • The Day of the Locust / Nathanael West
  • The Day's Work / Rudyard Kipling
  • The Days of my life : an autobiography / H. Rider Haggard
  • De humani corporis fabrica libri septem. / Andreas Vesalius [1555]
  • De la démocratie en Amérique. English
  • De la terre a la lune / Jules Verne
  • De prisca medicina. English
  • De Profundis / Oscar Wilde
  • De rerum natura. English
  • De secretis operibus artis et naturæ. English.
  • The Dead Alive / Wilkie Collins
  • The Dead Secret / Wilkie Collins
  • The Dead Sexton / J. Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Dead Souls / Nikolai V. Gogol; translated by C. J. Hogarth
  • The Dealings of Captain Sharkey / Arthur Conan Doyle [1925]
  • Death Comes for the Archbishop / Willa Cather
  • Death into Life / Olaf Stapledon
  • The Death of Ivan Ilych / Leo Tolstoy ; translated by Louise and Aylmer Maude
  • The Death of Olivier Becaille / Émile Zola
  • Death of the Laird's Jock / Walter Scott
  • The Death of the Lion / Henry James
  • The Death of the Moth and other essays / Virginia Woolf
  • Death's Duel ; or, a Consolation to the Soul Against the Dying Life and Living Death of the Body / John Donne
  • The Death Voyage / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • La Débâcle. English [1892]
  • Debits and Credits / Rudyard Kipling
  • Un début dans la vie. English
  • The Decameron / Boccaccio
  • Decamerone. English
  • The Deerslayer: or the first warpath / James Fenimore Cooper
  • A Defence of Free-Thinking in Mathematics / George Berkeley
  • The Defence of Guenevere / William Morris
  • A Defence of Penny Dreadfuls / G. K. Chesterton
  • A Defence of Poesie / Philip Sidney
  • A Defence of Poetry and other essays / Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • The Defense / Apuleius ; translated by H.E. Butler
  • A Defense of the Rockingham Party, in Their Late Coalition with the Right Honorable Frederic Lord North / William Godwin
  • Demi-Gods / James Stephens
  • Democracy in America / Alexis de Tocqueville ; translated by Henry Reeve
  • Democracy in the British Army / George Orwell
  • Departmental Ditties and other verses / Rudyard Kipling
  • The Derelict / William Hope Hodgson
  • Le Dernier jour d'un condamné. English [1829]
  • Descent into Hell / Charles Williams
  • A Descent into the Maelström / Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Descent of Man and other stories / Edith Wharton
  • The Descent of Man / Charles Darwin
  • The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing World / Margaret Cavendish
  • A Description of Millenium Hall and the Country Adjacent / Sarah Scott
  • A description of the methods adopted by the Duke Valentino when murdering Vitellozzo Vitelli, Oliverotto da Fermo, the Signor Pagolo, and the Duke di Gravina Orsini / Nicolo Machiavelli ; translated by W. K. Marriott
  • The Deserted Mansion / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Deserted Woman / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage
  • The Design and Construction of eBooks / Steve Thomas
  • A Desperate Character and other stories / Ivan Turgenev
  • Desperate Remedies / Thomas Hardy
  • Destroyers at Jutland / Rudyard Kipling
  • The Devil / Leo Tolstoy ; translated by Louise and Aylmer Maude
  • The Devil's Dictionary / Ambrose Bierce
  • The Devil's Pool / George Sand ; translated from the French by Jane Minot Sedgwick and Ellery Sedgwick
  • The Devil's Spectacles / Wilkie Collins
  • A Devotee : an episode in the life of a Butterfly / Mary Cholmondeley [1897]
  • Devotions upon emergent occasions and seuerall steps in my Sicknes Digested into 1. Meditations vpon our humane condition. 2. Expostulations, and debatements with God. 3. Prayers, vpon the seuerall occasions, to him. / John Donne
  • The Dhammapada : a collection of verses. Being one of the Canonical Books of the Buddhists. / translated from Pali by F. Max Muller
  • Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion / David Hume
  • Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences / Galileo Galilei ; translated from the Italian and Latin into English by Henry Crew and Alfonso de Salvio. With an introduction by Antonio Favaro
  • The Dialogues of Plato / by Benjamin Jowett; translated into English with analyses and introductions by B. Jowett.
  • The Diamond Lens / Fitz James O'Brien
  • The Diamond Master / Jacques Futrelle [1909]
  • Diana of the Crossways / George Meredith
  • Diana Tempest / Mary Cholmondeley [1893]
  • The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay / Fanny Burney; edited with notes by William C. Ward
  • The Diary of a Man of Fifty / Henry James [1879]
  • The Diary of a Nobody / George and Weedon Grossmith
  • The Diary of a Superfluous Man and other stories / Ivan Turgenev
  • The diary of C. Jeames De La Pluche, Esq., with his letters / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The Diary of Samuel Pepys / edited with additions by Henry B. Wheatley
  • Dick Mitchel / Ellen Wood [1870]
  • Dickens / Adolphus William Ward [1882]
  • Dickon the Devil / J. Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue / Francis Grose
  • A Difficult Problem / Anna Katharine Green
  • Dinner, real and reputed / Thomas De Quincey
  • Disappearances / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Discorsi sopra la prima deca di Tito Livio. English
  • Discours sur l'origine et les fondements de l'inégalité parmi les hommes English
  • Discours sur les sciences et les arts English
  • A Discourse of Western Planting / Richard Hakluyt
  • Discourse on Metaphysics / Leibniz; translated by George R. Montgomery
  • Discourse on the Arts and Sciences / Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by Ian Johnston
  • Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking the Truth in the Sciences / Rene Descartes
  • Discourse on the Origin and the Foundations of Inequality Among Men / Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by Ian Johnston
  • Discourse on Voluntary Servitude / Étienne de La Boétie ; rendered into English by Harry Kurz
  • The Discourses / Niccolo Machiavelli
  • The discourses of Epictetus
  • The Discovery of the Source of the Nile / John Hanning Speke
  • The Disenchantment of ’Lizabeth / Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch [1893]
  • The Disintegration Machine / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • A Distinguished Provincial at Paris / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage
  • A Diversity of Creatures / Rudyard Kipling
  • The Diverting History of John Gilpin : showing how he went farther than he intended, and came safe home again / William Cowper ; illustrated by Randolph Caldecott
  • Divina commedia. English
  • The divine comedy : The Vision of Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise / Dante Alighieri ; translated by H.F. Cary ; illustrated by Gustave Doré.
  • ‘Divus’ Johnston / John Buchan
  • Doctor Grimshawe's Secret : a Romance / Nathaniel Hawthorne ; edited with preface and notes by Julian Hawthorne
  • Doctor Marigold / Charles Dickens
  • Doctor Ox's Experiment / Jules Verne
  • Doctor Pascal / Émile Zola; translated by Mary J. Serrano [1893]
  • The Doctor's Dilemma / George Bernard Shaw
  • Doctor Thorne / Anthony Trollope
  • The Doctrine of the Mean / Confucius ; translated by James Legge
  • Dodsworth / Sinclair Lewis
  • Dog and Duck: A London Calendar et Cætera / Arthur Machen
  • The Dog / Ivan Turgenev
  • The Doge and Dogess / E. T. A. Hoffmann
  • The Doings of Raffles Haw / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle [1891]
  • A Doll's House / Henrik Ibsen
  • The Dolliver Romance / Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Dombey and Son / Charles Dickens
  • Domestic Manners of the Americans / Fanny Trollope
  • Domestic Peace / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Ellen Marriage and Clara Bell
  • Don Juan / George Byron
  • Don Quixote / Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra ; a translation, with introduction and notes by John Ormsby; illustrated by Gustave Doré
  • The Doom of the Griffiths / Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The Doom that Came to Sarnath / H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Door in the Wall, and other stories / H. G. Wells
  • The Doré Gallery of Bible Illustrations / Gustave Doré
  • Dorothy Forster / Walter Besant
  • The Dorrington Deed–Box / Arthur Morrison
  • The Double : a Petersburg poem / Fyodor Dostoyevsky; translated by Constance Garnett.
  • Une double famille. English
  • Down and Out in Paris and London / George Orwell
  • The Downfall / Émile Zola; translated by E. P. Robins [1892]
  • Dr. Birch and his young friends / William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Dr. Knox / Ellen Wood [1873]
  • Dr Nikola returns / Guy Boothby [1896]
  • Dr Nikola’s Experiment / Guy Boothby [1899]
  • Dr. Wortle's school / Anthony Trollope
  • Dracula / Bram Stoker
  • A Drama in the Air / Jules Verne
  • A Drama on the Seashore / Honoré de Balzac; translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley [1834]
  • Dramatic Lyrics / Robert Browning
  • Dramatic Romances / Robert Browning
  • Un drame au bord de la mer. English. [1834]
  • The Drawings and Engravings of William Blake
  • Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci / introduced by Charles Lewis Hind
  • Dreads and Drolls / Arthur Machen
  • Dream Days / Kenneth Grahame
  • The Dream / Émile Zola; translated by Eliza E. Chase [1888]
  • The Dream / H. G. Wells [1924]
  • The Dream of a Ridiculous Man / Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • A Dream of John Ball / William Morris
  • The Dream of the Red Chamber / Cao Xueqin; translated by H. Bencraft Joly.
  • The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath / H.P. Lovecraft
  • Dream tales and prose poems / Ivan Turgenev
  • The Dreams in the Witch House / H.P. Lovecraft
  • Address to the Mathematical and Physical Sections of the British Association
  • Du côté de chez Swann English.
  • Du côté de chez Swann / Marcel Proust
  • Dubliners / James Joyce
  • The Duchess of Malfi / John Webster
  • The Duchess of Palliano / Stendhal ; translated from the French by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff
  • The Duel, and other stories / Anton Chekhov; translated by Constance Garnett
  • The Duke's Children / Anthony Trollope
  • The Dunciad : in four books / Alexander Pope
  • The Dunwich Horror / H.P. Lovecraft
  • The Dust-Cloud / E. F. Benson
  • Dwellers in the Mirage / Abraham Merritt
  • The Dynamiter / Robert Louis Stevenson

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  • E.T.A Hoffmann, a biographical memoir / J. T. Bealby
  • Early Australian Voyages : Pelsart, Tasman, Dampier / John Pinkerton
  • Early Experiences of Life in South Australia : and an extended colonial history / John Wrathall Bull [1884]
  • The Earthly Paradise / William Morris
  • East Lynne / Ellen Wood
  • Eastern Shame Girl / translated by G. Soulié de Morant
  • Eastern Sketches / Benjamin Disraeli
  • The Ebb-Tide / Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne
  • The Ebony Box / Ellen Wood [1883]
  • The Ecclesiazusae / Aristophanes
  • Eclogues / Virgil ; translated by J. B. Greenough
  • The Economist : A Treatise on the Science of the Household in the form of a Dialogue / Xenophon ; translated by H. G. Dakyns
  • Edinburgh Picturesque Notes / Robert Louis Stevenson
  • The Education of Cyrus / Xenophon ; translated by H. G. Dakyns, revised by F. M. Stawell
  • The Education of Henry Adams / Henry Adams
  • Edward the Second / Christopher Marlowe
  • The Egoist / George Meredith [1879]
  • Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon / Jules Verne
  • El Ombú / W. H. Hudson
  • El Verdugo / Honoré de Balzac ; translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley [1831]
  • Eleanor's Victory / Mary Elizabeth Braddon [1863]
  • Electra / Euripides; translated by E. P. Coleridge
  • Electra / Sophocles; translated by R. C. Jebb
  • Electrons and Ether Waves / William Henry Bragg [1921]
  • Elegies vpon Svndry Occasions / Michael Drayton [1627]
  • Elements of Chemistry : in a new systematic order, containing all the modern discoveries / Antoine Lavoisier ; translated from the French by Robert Kerr
  • The Elements of Drawing : in three letters to beginners / John Ruskin ; with illustrations drawn by the author.
  • Eleonora / Edgar Allan Poe [1841]
  • Elf Trap / Francis Stevens
  • Elia and The Last Essays of Elia / Charles Lamb; edited by E. V. Lucas
  • L'Élixir de longue vie. English. [1831]
  • The Elixir of Life / Honoré de Balzac; translated by Clara Bell and James Waring [1831]
  • Elizabeth and Essex: a tragic history / Lytton Strachey
  • Elizabeth and her German Garden / Elizabeth Von Arnim
  • Elmer Gantry / Sinclair Lewis
  • Eloi Eloi Lama Sabachthani / William Hope Hodgson
  • Elsie's Lonely Afternoon / Marjorie Bowen
  • Emile Zola / William Dean Howells
  • Eminent Victorians / Lytton Strachey
  • Emma / Jane Austen
  • The Empty House / Algernon Blackwood
  • The Encantadas, or Enchanted Isles / Herman Melville
  • The Enchanted April / Elizabeth Von Arnim [1922]
  • The end of a childhood / Henry Handel Richardson.
  • The End of Books / Octave Uzanne
  • The End of Devil Hawker / Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The End of the Dream / Mary Cholmondeley [1921]
  • The end of the tether / Joseph Conrad
  • Endymion / Benjamin Disraeli
  • Endymion / John Keats
  • The Enemies of Books / William Blades
  • An Enemy of the People / Henrik Ibsen ; translated by R. Farquharson Sharp
  • L'Enfant maudit. English. [1831]
  • Les Enfants du Capitaine Grant / Jules Verne
  • England, My England / D. H. Lawrence
  • The English at the North Pole / Jules Verne
  • English Embroidered Bookbindings / Cyril Davenport
  • English housewifry, exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts : giving directions in most parts of cookery and how to prepare various sorts of soops, made-dishes, pastes, pickles, cakes, creams, jellies, made-wines, &c. : with cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses, also bills of fare for every month in the year, and an alphabetical index to the whole ... / by Elizabeth Moxon ; with an appendix containing upwards of sixty receipts of the most valuable kind, communicated to the publisher by several gentlewomen on the neighbourhood, distinguished by their extraordinary skill in housewifry.
  • The English Mail-coach / Thomas De Quincey [1849]
  • English Men of Letters / edited by John Morley

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