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by Adam Mickiewicz
Sonnets from the Crimea
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“Sonnets from the Crimea” by Adam Mickiewicz with his picturesqueness match the majestic beauty of the Crimean nature. Polish poet made a trip to the Crimea in 1825. The result of this trip was a cycle of eighteen sonnets. And although the Crimean theme was already sovereign in Russian poetry, yet “Sonnets from the Crimea" became the first vivid cycle of poems about Crimea....
Number of pages: ~ 33 pages
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Tristan and Isolda: Opera in Three Acts
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The legend of Tristan and Isolde is of Celtic origin. Its origins were probably located in Ireland, but it was widely known in all countries of medieval Europe, living in many literary works, the earliest of which dates back to the 12th century. The main idea of ​​the legend is the victory of love over death. The story tells about the love of the knight Tristan and the wife of the Cornish king the beautiful Isolde. The great German composer, a reformer of opera music, who created the direction of “musical drama” and had a profound influence on European modernism and decadence, Richard Wagner...
Number of pages: ~ 81 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.4/5

by William Shakespeare
Hamlet
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  • Сlassic
  • 1609
  • Autor: William Shakespeare
Hamlet is the best of Shakespeare. The play, about which not hundreds wrote - thousands of critics, philosophers and historians. The play, which has not left the stage from the day of its premiere to the present day, has been screened dozens of times, translated into all languages of the world. "Hamlet" can be perceived as you like - in the spirit of classics, mannerism, modernism, postmodernism. However, there was still no man who was not shocked by the tragedy of the Prince of Denmark....
Number of pages: ~ 136 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.3/5

by William Shakespeare
Macbeth
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  • Сlassic
  • 1606
  • Autor: William Shakespeare
The tragedy "Macbeth", like many of Shakespeare’s dramatic works, was created on the basis of the legend of the tyrant king, the image of which the author so masterfully embodied. However, researchers of Shakespeare and historians have come to the conclusion that the pathos and plot of the work contradicts historical facts. During the reign of the Scottish King Macbeth, bard poets belonging to opposition circles created a story about a killer ruler, which served as the source for the play....
Number of pages: ~ 134 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

by Nicholas Rowe
Jane Shore
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Nicholas Rowe, an English playwright, poet laureate, studied law at Middle Temple, became a barrister, received an inheritance after his father's death, and engaged in literary work. His most significant dramatic works are Ambitious Stepmother; Tamerlane; Fair penitent; Jane Shore and Lady Jane Gray. In some of his plays, Rowe combined a heroic drama with family tragedy. In the center of the action is usually the heroine, whose distress makes the viewer feel sorry and sympathy. Rowe was one of the first editors of Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s prepared plays saw the light of day in 1709. Rowe...
Number of pages: ~ 88 pages
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Complete Original Short Stories of Guy De Maupassant
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  • Сlassic
  • 2004
  • Autor: Guy De Maupassant
Maupassant became famous in 1880 after the release of the short story "Pyshka". The writer considered Tolstoy and Turgenev to be his teachers in literary mastery. The most famous works of the writer, “Life” and “Dear Friend”, are filled with the subtle psychologism and realism that Maupassant strove for. The word artist spoke in detail about the life, way of life and mores of people. Maupassant was excited by completely different social classes and types, their problems and experiences, which he revealed with all honesty, without embellishment....
Number of pages: ~ 1521 pages
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by Kate Greenaway
Language of Flowers
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Kate Greenway is an artist, writer, one of the most famous British illustrators of children's books. The first publication dates back to 1868, when the greeting cards she painted were out of print. The first illustrated book by Kate Greenway is a collection of her own children's poems, “Under the Window.” In 1881, a book of English folk poetry by Mother Goose or The Old Nursery Rhymes was published with Greenway illustrations that have become classic. In the illustrations of Greenway, children and adults are most often dressed in stylized costumes of the late XVIII - early XIX centuries....
Number of pages: ~ 84 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.8/5

by Bernard Shaw
Caesar and Cleopatra
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The play takes place in 48–47 years BC. e. in Egypt, where Julius Caesar arrived during the civil war and joined as a decisive force in the dynastic conflict between Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIII. This is one of the most brilliant plays by Bernard Shaw, marked by an exciting dynamic plot, splendor of the language and lively characters....
Number of pages: ~ 124 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4/5

by Siegfried Sassoon
The War Poems of Siegfried Sassoon
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Siegfried Sassoon - born in Kent, studied at Marlborough and Cambridge. Member of the First World War, officer. He was awarded a military cross. Like W. Owen, belongs to the group of "trench poets." In 1917, S. Sassun stated that "the goals for which the war is being fought are not worth so much suffering." English criticism called Siegfried Sassoon’s poems “an explosion of incandescent anger.” After the war, S. Sassun was engaged in literary criticism, published several books of poetry, but the best that he created relates to the period of the First World War....
Number of pages: ~ 128 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

by Homer
The Odyssey
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“Odyssey” is a fabulous and everyday poem, its action takes place, on the one hand, in the magical lands of giants and monsters where Odysseus roamed, on the other hand, in his small kingdom on the island of Ithaca and its environs, where his wife Penelope and his son Telemachus. In the Odyssey, only the very end of his wanderings, the last two stages, from the far western edge of the earth to his native Ithaca, was chosen for the story. Odysseus talks about everything that was before at a feast in the middle of the poem. In Odyssey, a fairy tale sets off everyday life, and not vice versa,...
Number of pages: ~ 196 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.1/5