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  1.  
    Olivier (1876) by Francois Coppee - READ
  2.  
    Prose (1886) by Francois Coppee - READ
  3.  
    Ten Tales (1891) by Francois Coppee - READ
  4.  
    The Rivals by Francois Coppee, pp. 884-903 - PDF
     A Story
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1892
  5.  
    Rivales (1893) by Francois Coppee - READ
  6.  
    True Riches (1893) by Francois Coppee
    1 Review
  7.  
    Blessed Are the Poor (1894) by Francois Coppee
    1 Review
  8.  
    Coppee and Maupassant Tales (1896) by Francois Coppee - READ
  9.  
    Coppoeee and Maupassant Tale (1896) by Francois Coppee - READ
  10.  
      Various Selections, pp. 4049-4064 - PDF
    In Volume X From Library of the World's Best Literature (1896) by Charles Dudley Warner
  11.  
    "The Substitute" by Francois Coppee, pp. 11-30 - PDF
    In French, Vol. II From Stories by Foreign Authors (1898)
  12.  
    Tale for Christmas, and Other Seasons (1900) by Francois Coppee
    1 Review
  13.  
    The Holy Medal by Francois Coppee, pp. 874-876 - PDF
    The Outlook, August 11, 1900
  14.  
    The Legion of Honor by Francois Coppee, pp. 67-74 - PDF
    Munsey's Magazine, April 1902
  15.  
    Le Contonnier by Francois Coppee, pp. 121-124 - PDF
    The Smart Set, March 1903
  16.  
    La Griffe de Lion by Francois Coppee, pp. 139-142 - PDF
    The Smart Set, July 1903
  17.  
    Un Sujet de Piece by Francois Coppee, pp. 113-115 - PDF
    The Smart Set, October 1903
  18.  
    "Died at Sea" by Francois Coppee, pp. 8453-8456 - PDF
    In Volume XXV From The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art, and Ra... (1904) by Nathan Haskell Dole, Forrest Morgan, and...
  19.  
    The Bachelor's Experience by Francois Coppee, pp. 229-231 - PDF
    The Outlook, January 23, 1904
  20.  
    A Romance of Youth (1905) by Francois Coppee - PDF - READ
    27 Chapters, 379pp
  21.  
    "The Substitute" by Francois Coppee, pp. 370-377 - PDF
    In Great Short Stories of the World (1925) by Barrett H. Clark and Maxim Lieber
  22.  
    "The Substitute" by Francois Coppee, pp. 83-95 - PDF
    In Courage From The World's One Hundred Best Stories (1927) by Grant Overton
  23.  
    "A Piece of Bread" by Francois Coppee, pp. 356-360 - PDF
    In World's Great Adventure Stories (1929)
  24.  
    "The Lost Child" by Francois Edouard Joachim Coppee, pp. 303-328 - PDF
    In Volume V From Greatest Short Stories (1953)
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