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by Herman Melville
- Autor: Herman Melville
To evaluate this book you have to forget how many times it was named “the greatest American novel” and “a masterpiece of the world literature”. Let the reader not be scared of the labels put on the book during the last hundred years. It is definitely the great success that “Moby-Dick” is not included into the school program. There is no sense to try to describe this novel. In case you will finish reading and decide that you understand everything, you will have to read it again....
Number of pages: ~ 664 pages
by Charles Dickens
- Autor: Charles Dickens
First publications of the detective novel “The mystery of Edwin Drood”, which is one of the best Dickens’ books or even the best one, came out in April in 1870. They were remarkably successful, and England went crazy with guessing if John Jasper succeeded in carrying out his ominous plan for the sake of towering passion, who did not pity unhappy Edwin Drood. But, in June Charles Dickens died and the novel remained unfinished. What the final should be, the author told nobody… Under this cover the very novel and two enclosures were printed. One of them was printed for the first time! Someone...
Number of pages: ~ 172 pages
by Jules Verne
- Autor: Jules Verne
“Five Weeks in a Balloon” is a bright and fascinating fiction novel of a famous French writer Jules Verne. Such books promote humanitarian development of young people, liberalizing and getting knowledge about the world and a human. They can be used for the studying....
Number of pages: ~ 187 pages
by Robert Louis Stevenson
- Autor: Robert Louis Stevenson
Kidnapped or the Adventures of David Balfour contain the stories about how he was kidnapped and cast away; his sufferings in a desert isle; his journey in the wild mountains; his acquaintance with Alan Breck Stewart and other notorious Highland Jacobites; with all that he suffered at the hands of his Uncle, Ebenezer Balfour of Shaws, falsely so-called: written by himself and now set forth by Robert Louis Stevenson....
Number of pages: ~ 288 pages