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Ingersoll on ERNEST RENAN from the Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume 11, Lec…

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Robert G. Ingersoll


Col. Ingersoll begins his lectures on famous people as follows: "It is hard to overstate the debt we owe to the men and women of genius…

VII. Personalities vs. principles

In Ingersoll on WHICH WAY, from the Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume 3, Lectur…

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Robert G. Ingersoll


Col. Ingersoll explains the conflict he sees between the natural vs. the supernatural on a variety of philosophical topics; secular vs. theo…

The Man Who "Came Back" /FOUR TO THE GOOD

In Stories from the Trenches: Funny Tales the Soldiers Tell

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Carleton Britton Case


Carleton B. Case is well known for wit and humor, as the title of the book leads one to believe this book will follow suit. - Summary by Apr…

X. Why Should We Place Christ At The Top And Summit Of The Human Race?

In Ingersoll on The HOLY BIBLE, from the Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume 3, L…

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Robert G. Ingersoll


Ingersoll is known as "the greatest infidel" of the 19th century. Steeped in religion as a child by his Baptist preacher father, h…

Toto and the Tramps

In Toto, the Bustling Beaver

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Richard Barnum


Toto is the littlest beaver in his family and in the pond. He has much to experience and learn as he experiences the world and has adventur…

Version 17

In We Have Been Friends Together

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Caroline Norton and Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton


LibriVox volunteers bring you 17 recordings of We Have Been Friends Together by Caroline Norton. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for…

Zen

In Short Science Fiction Collection 069

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Jerome Bixby


Science fiction is a genre encompassing imaginative works that take place in this world or that of the author’s creation where anything is p…

Luscious Piety

In Flowers of Freethought (Second Series)

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George William Foote


The Freethinker, founded in 1881 was one of the first secular humanist magazines, and also one of the oldest surviving one, moving online on…