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Силуэты русских писателей, Выпуск 3

Read by Mark Chulsky


Yuly Aykhenvald


Бесконечно преданный русской литературе, Юлий Айхенвальд видел писателя как уникальную личность и не признавал литературных школ и течений. …

Claude Lightfoot, or How the Problem Was Solved

Read by Carol Pelster


Francis J. Finn


Most of the boys in the Catholic school called Milwaukee College are engrossed with baseball and keeping up with their studies. When twelv…

17th- and 18th-Century Poems by Women

Read by thowe


Various


This class project is a collection of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century verse by women, focusing first on women as writers. It has been c…

The Theory and Practice of Brewing

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Michael Combrune


This is an elaborate treatise on how to brew beer. That art is as noble today as it was in 1761, when this book was first published, and Mr.…

Pollyanna of the Orange Blossoms

Read by Claire Schreuder


Harriet Lummis Smith


Pollyanna marries sweetheart Jimmy Pendleton, and together they move to start their married life in Boston. The book follows their many adve…

Rhymes of Childhood

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Edgar A. Guest


Not nursery rhymes, but poems about different scenes of childhood. Poems about Grandpa, Grandma, story time, castor oil, “Wait till your pa …

The National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 03. March 1898

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National Geographic Society


The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, Vol IX, the March Number. It includes the following articles: Dwellings of the Sa…

The Dial: The First Number of the Series

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Various


The Dial was an art magazine, which ran to five issues between 1889 and 1897. It was edited and published by Charles Ricketts and Charles Sh…

The Kobzar of the Ukraine

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Taras Shevchenko


In these poems speaks the struggling soul of a downtrodden people. To our western folk, reared in happier surroundings there is a bitter tan…

Flop Ear, the Funny Rabbit

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Richard Barnum


"Once upon a time, not so very many years ago, a family of rabbits lived in the woods near the top of a mountain. There were six in the…

Omnilingual (Version 3)

Read by Trish E. Matson


H. Beam Piper


This short story published in 1957 is unusual for its time in that its protagonist is a female scientist, and there is no romantic subplot. …

Reincarnation: A Study in Human Evolution

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Théophile Pascal


Dr. Pascal brings us the Theosophic knowledge to reincarnation. He discusses four main topics: 1). The Soul and the Bodies, 2). Reincarnat…

The Circus

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Edwin C. Ranck


LibriVox volunteers bring you 19 recordings of The Circus by Edwin C Ranck. This was the Weekly Poetry project for June 14, 2020. -----…

Your Negro Neighbor

Read by KevinS


Benjamin Griffith Brawley


An historical and sociological view of race relations in America as it pertains to the African-American. - Summary by KevinS

Meine Hölle

Read by Petra Zaidi


Jakob Elias Poritzky


Wir folgen dem jüdischen Ich-Erzähler auf der Flucht vor seiner Familie nach Paris, wo er als Verkäufer von Kleinkram seinen …

Royal Romances of Today

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Kellogg Durland


"In the year 1907, the Woman’s Home Companion commissioned me to go to Russia to write the story of the early days, courtship and marri…

The Chimney Corner

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Harriet Beecher Stowe


Stowe wrote over 30 books. This one is a fascinating collection of her post Civil War musings on a variety of cultural topics, staged mostly…

The Push Of A Finger

Read by Phil Chenevert


Alfred Bester


Science fiction from the 50s by one of the masters, Alfred Bester. Society has committed itself to complete stability. Nothing is allowed …

Smoke Bellew

Read by Jim Locke


Jack London


Smoke Bellew, or really Jack London, leaves his less than satisfying writing job in San Francisco for the opportunity to search for gold in …

The Enchiridion

Read by John Pederson


Epictetus


The Enchiridion (also translated as “Handbook” or “Manual”) of Epictetus is a short collection of Stoic precepts compiled by Arrian, a stude…

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