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Certain People Edith Wharton

A collection of six short stories. The book starts with Atrophy, a neat study of near desperation in tight social surroundings as Nora Frenway bravely se...view book »

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Casanova: Part 26 - Spanish Passions Giacomo Casanova

This volume includes Casanova’s nearly fatal trip to Spain, his affair with infamous Italian dancer Nina Bergonzi (whom he describes ‘as beautiful as Ven...view book »

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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar William Shakespeare

In this striking tragedy of political conflict, Shakespeare turns to the ancient Roman world and to the famous assassination of Julius Caesar by his repu...view book »

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The Kidnap Murder Case S. S. Van Dine

This new Van Dine kidnap-murder case deals with two of the most unusual crimes in the whole record of Philo Vance’s criminological researches. Kasper Ken...view book »

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The Moon Men Edgar Rice Burroughs

Through the treason of a handful of men, contact between Earth & the Moon had become a nightmare. The world became the tool of the Lunarians, whose p...view book »

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Casanova: Part 25 - Russia And Poland Giacomo Casanova

In this episode, Casanova further shares his travel experiences of Russia and Poland. After leaving Riga, Cassanova goes for adventures in St. Petersburg...view book »

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The Story Of Kennett

Bayard Taylor

At noon, on the first Saturday of March, 1796, there was an unusual stir at the old Barton farm–house, just across the creek to the eastward, as you leave Kennett Square by the Philadelphia stage–road. Any gathering of the people at Barton's was a most rare occurrence; yet, on that day and at that hour, whoever stood upon the porch of the corner house, in the village, could see horsemen approaching by all the four roads which there met."

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