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The scope of the novelist, by Thomas Hill Green

In Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, volume 17

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T. H. Green

The Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, is a work of enormous proportions. Setting out with the simple goal of offer…

Economy of the Electric Light

In Scientific American Supplement, No. 288, July 9, 1881

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The Scientific American may be the oldest continuously published periodical in the United States, havinge launched its first publication in …

Lifeboats and Lightships

In The Romance of the Ship

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Edward Keble Chatterton

To attempt to describe within limits of one book the whole evolution of the ship from the days of her crude beginnings and limited utility t…

The Present Crisis in China From the Standpoint of a Christian Chinese (1900)

In Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 101

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Jee Gam

"Of all effects of weather, snow makes the greatest change in animal economy in the countryside, and weeks often pass before the old or…


In The Principles of Secularism

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George J. Holyoake

George Jacob Holyoake was an English secularist and newspaper editor. He was one of the last people convicted for blasphemy and served six m…

To Bore or Not To Bore by Ralph W. Bergengren

In The Reader's Digest, Volume 1, Issue 1

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Thirty one articles each month from leading magazines - Each article of enduring value and interest, in condensed and compact form.A most co…

Indifference To Religion

In Is the Bible Worth Reading and Other Essays

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Lemuel Kelley Washburn

These are more than 100 short essays on all things atheism and freethought penned by Lemuel K. Washburn, an American freethought writer and …

The Tennô leaves his Seclusion

In The Story of Japan

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Robert van Bergen and Robert Van Bergen

Robert van Bergen was one of the first Americans to enter Japan after the country opened its borders to foreign visitors following centuries…

Chapter 10 C The Introverted Type, (I) The General Attitude of Consciousness

In Psychological Types: Or, the Psychology of Individuation

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Carl Gustav Jung

Ever wondered if there is any "theoretical basis" for the well-known Myers–Briggs Type Indicator Personality Test? In this groundb…

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