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Nuoren Wertherin kärsimykset

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Nuoren Wertherin kärsimykset (saks. Die Leiden des jungen Werthers, 1774) on Johann Wolfgang von Goethen kirjoittama kirjeromaani. L&ou…

The Golden Spears, and other Fairy Tales

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Edmund Leamy

This is a little volume of original fairy tales by Irish lawyer, author and politician Edmund Leamy. - Summary by Carolin


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Frances E. W. Harper

Frances Ellen Watkins Harper was an influential female African American poet. Her poetry often deals with themes of freedom, discrimination,…

The Cheery Way, a Bit of Verse for Every Day - June

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John Kendrick Bangs

There should be a bit of poetry in every day, and John Kendrick Bangs wrote a fitting poem for each day in the year. In 1920, a book was pub…

Eureka: A Prose Poem

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Edgar Allan Poe

Eureka is Poe's attempt at explaining the universe, using his general proposition "Because Nothing was, therefore All Things are".…

Catherine De' Medici

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Honoré de Balzac

The Philosophical Studies from The Human Comedy (La Comedie Humaine) are a series of works that are intended as a reflection on history in p…

In Search of the Unknown

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Robert W. Chambers

Robert Chambers was a contemporary of Lovecraft, and this book consists of "weird supernatural tales" in a somewhat similar manner…

Rio Grande's Last Race, and Other Verses

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Andrew Barton Paterson

This is a collection of poems by Australian poet Banjo Paterson. This collection contains some of Paterson's most famous poems, such as Rio …

The Wisdom of the Ancients, A Series of Mythological Fables

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Francis Bacon

"Now I suppose most people will think I am but entertaining myself with a toy, and using much the same kind of licence in expounding th…

Birds and Nature, Vol. XI, No 3, March 1902

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"Birds and Nature" was a monthly publication of the Nature Study Publishing Company of Chicago. It includes short poems, anecdotes…

The Cheery Way, a Bit of Verse for Every Day - May

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John Kendrick Bangs

There should be a bit of poetry in every day, and John Kendrick Bangs wrote a fitting poem for each day in the year. In 1920, a book was pub…

Med Ship Man (version 2)

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Murray Leinster

Scattered through the galaxy are thousands of worlds colonized by humans. Many have native microbes dangerous to the human immigrants. Other…

Mystery of the Ambush in India

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Andy Adams

Another Biff Brewster adventure story set this time in exotic and mystical India with much of the action around and near the Himalayas. This…

Human Nature And Conduct - Part 1

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John Dewey

John Dewey, an early 20th Century American philosopher, psychologist, educational theorist saw Social Psychology as much a physical science …

Old New Zealand: Being Incidents of Native Customs and Character in the Old Tim…

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Frederick Edward Maning

Introduction to Old New Zealand Philip Steer Victoria University February 2004 Frederick Edward Maning is best known as an author, but he wa…

The Human Boy Again

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Eden Phillpotts

Published in 1908, this is a further collection of twelve humorous short stories about English school boys. The author wrote two other book…

Man Carrying Bale

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Harold Monro

Harold Edward Monro was an English poet born in Brussels and proprietor of the Poetry Bookshop in London, which helped many poets bring thei…

The Finding of Jasper Holt

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Grace Livingston Hill

Jasper Holt was a neglected child. As a consequence, he grew up to be angry and independent - generally good, but not caring what others tho…

Lotus Buds

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Amy Wilson Carmichael

Amy Carmichael tells the story of work among the girls of India, who she calls "Lotus Buds". - Summary by Adele de Pignerolles

The 'Sacred' Kurral of Tiruvalluva-Nayanar

Read by Jothi Tharavant


Tirukkural (holy couplet) is believed to be written more than 2000 years ago by sage Thiruvalluvar.This is a metric translation by Rev. G.U.…

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