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Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 4

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St. Cyril of Alexandria and Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 4 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 6:38 - 7:24.

Black Amazon of Mars (Version 3)

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Leigh Douglass Brackett


In his final adventure on Mars, Eric John Stark acquires a relic of an ancient Martian hero, a gem or lens which is believed to be the key t…

Theologia Germanica

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Anonymoustranslated Bysusanna Winkworth


This short, anonymous work is thought to have been written in the 1300s by a member of the lay-religious group called ‘The Friends of God.’ …

Sohrab and Rustum: An Episode

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Matthew Arnold


A young soldier born among Tartars but sired by the mighty Persian lord Rustum, serves in the Tartar army, seeking his great father. To this…

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 5

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St. Cyril of Alexandria and Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 5 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 7:25 - 8:43. However, St Cyril was working with a New Testament manuscript which did no…

The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant

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Alexander Dunlop Lindsay


Born in Scotland, Alexander Dunlop Lindsay was a teacher of philosophy at a number of universities in England in the early 1900s. This brief…

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 6

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 6 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 8:44 - 10:17. (Summary by the reader)

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 7

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Cyril Of Alexandria


This recording, of the fragments which are extant of Book 7, of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 10:18 - 12:2. (Summary by the rea…

Marvellous Hairy - a novel in five fractals

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Mark A. Rayner


So hair is sprouting in unspeakable places and you can no longer carry a tune, but if you’re a surrealistic artiste with an addiction to Fre…

Weird Tales, Volume 1

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E. T. A. Hoffmann


These stories form the first volume of the renowned Tales of Hoffman. They are fantasies with hints of the supernatural—quintessential Roman…

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 8

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St. Cyril of Alexandria and Cyril Of Alexandria


This recording, of the fragments which are extant of Book 8, of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 12:3 - 12:48. (Summary by the rea…

Commentary on the Gospel of John. Book 10

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 10 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 14:21 - 16:13 - Summary by The Reader

The Christmas Child

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Hesba Stretton


A short sweet, yet sad, Christmas story about forgiveness, but especially about loving others for who they are and not for who we want them …

The Lady of the Shroud

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Bram Stoker


As the title suggests, this work does flirt with the supernatural. Yet it is essentially a political novel—a utopian experiment in a fictiti…

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 9

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 9 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 12:49 - 14:20. - Summary by The Reader

History of Company B 307th Infantry

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Julius Klausner, Jr


The history of Company B, 307 Infantry's participation in The First World War. A part of the 77th Division it trained at Camp Upton, New Yor…

Rosalynde or, Euphues' Golden Legacie

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Thomas Lodge


This novel, which Shakespeare adapted in his pastoral comedy As You Like It, is the archetypal pastoral adventure. Two young persons of high…

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 11

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 11 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 16:14 - 18:23. - Summary by the Reader

The Anniversary Poems

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John Donne


Elizabeth Drury, daughter of Donne's patron, Sir Robert Drury, died in 1610. A year later Donne laments her hyperbolically as the soul of th…

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