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Washington Irving

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WASHINGTON IRVING was born in New York City to Scottish immigrant parents. Considered by some the "Father of American Literature," Irving is best known for his short stories, including "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and "Rip Van Winkle," but he also produced an extensive bibliography of essays, poems, travel books, and biographies.
Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by Washington Irving
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Short stories
The Adventure of the Mason
The Broken Heart
The Chronicles of the Reign of William the Testy
The Conquest By the Moon
The Crole Village
The Field of Waterloo
The Governor and the Notary
The Grand Prairie-A Buffalo Hunt
The Pride of the Village
The Stout Gentleman: a Stage Coach Romance
Traits of Indian Character
The Wife
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow [short story] (1819)
The Spectre Bridegroom (1820)
The Bold Dragoon (1824)
The Adventure of the German Student (1825)
Governor Manco and the Soldier (1832)
The Legend of Don Munio Sancho De Hinojosa (1832)
Legend of the Two Discreet Statues (1832)
Guests from Gibbet Island (1855)