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The Castle of Otranto (Version 2)

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Horace Walpole


The Castle of Otranto is regarded as the first Gothic novel, a genre appealing to a taste for terror and set in a remote past when prodigies…

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 1-11

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 1-11 cover the Gospel of St Luke 1:1 - 3:23. - Summary by the Reader

Milton's Minor Poems

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John Milton


“On Shakespear 1630” typifies much of Milton’s poetry. By some miracle never yet explained, at age 24 he managed to get a 16-line encomium i…

Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 12

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Book 12 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John 18:24-21:25. (Summary by the Reader)

Homilies on Ephesians

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St. John Chrysostom


From The Argument: “Ephesus is the metropolis of Asia. It was dedicated to Diana, whom especially they worshipped there as their great godde…

Weird Tales, Volume 2

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E. T. A. Hoffmann


Paradoxically, it is variety that unites the tales you are about to read. They take place in widely separated countries and historical perio…

Songs of Innocence and Experience (version 3)

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William Blake


The short, simple lines of these delicate poems resemble song lyrics, emphasizing the concrete but hinting at transcendent realities, althou…

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 39-46

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St. Cyril of Alexandria and Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 39 - 46 cover the Gospel According to Saint Luke 7:31 - 8:56. - Summary by the Reader

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 12-25

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 12-25 cover the Gospel of St Luke 4:1 - 6:17. - Summary by the Reader

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Weston Translation Version 2)

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Jessie Laidlay Weston, Translated Byjessie Laidlay Weston and The Gawain Poettranslated Byjessie Laidlay Weston


This poem celebrates Christmas by exploring the mystery of Christ's mission on earth: his death, resurrection, and second coming as judge of…

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 27-38

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 27 through 38 cover the Gospel of St Luke 6:20 - 7:28. - Summary by the Reader

John Donne's Satires

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John Donne


Donne’s Style In John Donne’s day, a satire was such a poem as a satyr might compose. Satyrs were rough, savage creatures in Greek mytholog…

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 47-56

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 47 through 56 cover the Gospel According to Saint Luke 9:1-56. - Summary by the Reader

Homilies on Colossians

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St. John Chrysostom


"Holy indeed are all the Epistles of Paul: but some advantage have those which he sent after he was in bonds: those, for instance, to t…

Venus and Adonis (Version 2)

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William Shakespeare


Both Ovid and Spenser also treat this ancient myth, but Spenser alters the ending, converting the tale into an archetype of fulfilled love, …

Selected Poems

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George Herbert


These poems, from Herbert’s book The Temple, show the evolution of a soul’s relationship with God. Sudden reversals of mood are common, for …

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 66-80

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 66 through 80 cover the Gospel According to Luke 10:22 to 11:18. - Summary by the Reader

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 81-95

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Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 81 through 95 cover the Gospel According to Luke 11:19 to 12:59. (Summary by the reader)

Concerning Virgins (version 2)

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Saint Ambrose


The value of this work is not limited to virgins. For although the author, Saint Ambrose of Milan, wrote this for his sister, the nun, Saint…

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, Sermons 96-110

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St. Cyril of Alexandria and Cyril Of Alexandria


Sermons 96 through 110 cover the Gospel According to Luke 13:6 through 16:17. (Summary by the reader) The conclusion of Sermon 96, the whol…

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