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T. De Witt Talmage As I Knew Him

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Thomas De Witt Talmage and Eleanor McCutcheon Talmage

The Autobiography of Thomas De Witt Talmage, he was one of the most prominent religious leaders in the United States during the mid 19th cen…

Christ's Object Lessons

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Ellen G. White

An approachable explanation of the main parables used by Jesus Christ to teach His disciples how to live. Notably, this discussion highlight…


Read by Carol Pester

John Henry Newman

Callista, A Tale of the Third Century, was written by John Henry Newman, who was a scholarly and personable Anglican theologian who became a…

Unto Caesar

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Baroness Emma Orczy

"The State," he said, speaking at least as haughtily as Dea Flavia herself, "hath agreed to accept the sum of twenty aurei fo…

Lady Jim of Curzon Street

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Fergus Hume

Faced with bankruptcy and trapped in an unhappy marriage, Lady Jim Kaims has to solve her problems alone. After every decent way fails her, …

Estudio sobre el arte de hablar en público

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Louis Bautain

El autor de este tratado de oratoria, uno de los individuos mas respetados y que figura entre los tres ó cuatro oradores y pensadores…

The Bores

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Moliere: "Never was any Dramatic performance so hurried as this; and it is a thing, I believe, quite new, to have a comedy planned, fin…

The Last Three Soldiers

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William Henry Shelton

What if the Confederacy had won the American Civil War? It’s July 1864 and three oh-so-young Union troopers are assigned to a mountaintop in…

The Dawn of Mediaeval Europe: 476-918

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John Howard Bertram Masterman

This volume by the British historian J.H.B. Masterman (1867-1933) is a short survey of the first four centuries after the fall of Rome. The …

The Ballad of the Oysterman

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Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

from THE POETICAL WORKS OF OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES: TO MY READERS NAY, blame me not; I might have spared Your patience many a trivial verse, Y…


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Vachel Lindsay

It is hardly necessary, perhaps, to mention Mr. Lindsay's loyalty to the people of his place and hour, or the training in sympathy with thei…

The World’s Story Volume I: China, Japan and the Islands of the Pacific

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Eva March Tappan

This is the first volume of the 15-volume series of The World’s Story: a history of the World in story, song and art, edited by Eva March Ta…

Lonesome Land

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B. M. Bower

Val had come to Montana to marry a cowboy named Manley, envisioning a life of wedded bliss, freedom, and was anticipating happiness in her a…

The Life of Oscar Wilde

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Robert Sherard

Robert Sherard was Oscar Wilde's friend of 20 years and first biographer. The Life of Oscar Wilde was the second of his four biographies of …

The Tragedy of King Lear (version 3)

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William Shakespeare

Known for its heartrending emotion and shocking violence, The Tragedy of King Lear is seen as one of Shakespeare's towering masterpieces. It…

Meridiana: The adventures of three Englishmen and three Russians in South Africa

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Jules Verne

Three Englishmen and Three Russians travel across the width of South Africa to measure a meridian. The outbreak of the Crimean War makes th…

Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair

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William Morris

A prose romance set in the forested kingdom of Oakenrealm, where a squirrel can go about from end to end without touching the ground, in whi…

Miss Dee Dunmore Bryant

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The Bryant family - widowed Mrs. Bryant and her children Benjamin, Caroline ("Line" for short), and little Daisy - is on the thin …


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Theodore Wratislaw

Theodore Wratislaw was a fin de siècle poet and a less famous Decadent author than some of his contemporaries. This short collection…

The Court and Character of King James whereunto Is Now Added the Court of King …

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Anthony Weldon

Gossipy exposés of shenanigans at the heart of government are nothing new. The author, Sir Anthony Weldon (1583–1648), was a courtier…

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