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Hermann and Dorothea Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

There are few modern poems of any country so perfect in their kind as the Hermann and Dorothea of Goethe. In clearness of characterization, in unity of t...view book »

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Sand and Foam Kahlil Gibran

Poetry is wisdom that enchants the heart. Wisdom is poetry that sings in the mind. This book of aphorisms contains much of the poetry and wisdom that hav...view book »

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Doctor Pascal Émile Zola

This final volume in Zola’s twenty-book Rougon-Macquart cycle serves in many respects as an epilogue to the series—but it’s also a fine tale in its own r...view book »

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A Crime of the Under-seas Guy Boothby

Boothby was and still is a delightful writer. In this collection you can enjoy some of his finest tales, including; * A Crime of the Underseas * The ...view book »

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The Roundheads Aphra Behn

Mrs. Behn has (quite legitimately) made considerable departures from strict historical fact and the sequence of events for her dramatic purposes. Lambert...view book »

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Starfish Peter Watts

A huge international corporation has developed a facility along the Juan de Fuca Ridge at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean to exploit geothermal power. Th...view book »

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The American Crisis

Thomas Paine

"The American Crisis was a series of pamphlets published in London from 1776-1783 during the American Revolution by revolutionary author Thomas Paine. It decried British actions and Loyalists, offering support to the Patriot cause. The first of these four pamphlets was published on December 23, 1776; the second on January 13, 1777; the third on April 19, 1777; and, the fourth and final on September 12, 1777.The first of the pamphlets was relea…Read More »

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