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by Christopher Morley
The Haunted Bookshop
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  • Сlassic
  • 1919
  • Autor: Christopher Morley
The Haunted Bookshop was a delightful place, especially of an evening, when its drowsy alcoves were kindled with the brightness of lamps shining on the rows of volumes. Many a passer-by would stumble down the steps from the street in sheer curiosity; others, familiar visitors, dropped in with the same comfortable emotion that a man feels on entering his club....
Number of pages: ~ 196 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.9/5

by Emily Brontë
Wuthering Heights In French
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This is not just a golden classic of world literature, but a novel that turned in its time the idea of romantic prose. Years and decades pass, but the history of Heathcliff’s stormy, tragic love and Katie is still beyond the reach of time. THROUGH POSSIBLE has been already read by many generations of women - they continue to be read now. This book does not age, as true love does not age....
Number of pages: ~ 748 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 44/5

Pride and Prejudice In Spanish
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Mr. Darcy is a rich and mystery man settled in the neighbourhood near the poor, but respectable Bennets. One of five daughters Mrs. Bennet was able to win the heart of the young aristocrat. However, energetic beauty Elizabeth Bennet rejected his love. She found him too arrogant and smug. The difference between their social statuses seemed too serious and gossips aggravated the situation. Only gradually, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, overcoming pride and prejudice, get to know each other better and, after all, true love will tie them and help to overcome obstacles…...
Number of pages: ~ 719 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.6/5

Pride and Prejudice In French
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Mr. Darcy is a rich and mystery man settled in the neighbourhood near the poor, but respectable Bennets. One of five daughters Mrs. Bennet was able to win the heart of the young aristocrat. However, energetic beauty Elizabeth Bennet rejected his love. She found him too arrogant and smug. The difference between their social statuses seemed too serious and gossips aggravated the situation. Only gradually, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, overcoming pride and prejudice, get to know each other better and, after all, true love will tie them and help to overcome obstacles…...
Number of pages: ~ 375 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.6/5

Pride and Prejudice In German
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Mr. Darcy is a rich and mystery man settled in the neighbourhood near the poor, but respectable Bennets. One of five daughters Mrs. Bennet was able to win the heart of the young aristocrat. However, energetic beauty Elizabeth Bennet rejected his love. She found him too arrogant and smug. The difference between their social statuses seemed too serious and gossips aggravated the situation. Only gradually, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, overcoming pride and prejudice, get to know each other better and, after all, true love will tie them and help to overcome obstacles…...
Number of pages: ~ 25 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.6/5

by Sinclair Lewis
Main Street by Sinclair Lewis
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The novel "Main Street" brought the author literary fame and placed him among the most significant American writers of that era. Sinclair Lewis's work evolved under the sign of the great events of the twentieth century: the first imperialist war, the October Socialist Revolution. Social inequality at this point became more apparent. Imperialist America presented itself as a rattling reinforced concrete hell with the bestial rudeness of possessive customs. From the feeling of heartlessness and cruelty of modern bourgeois civilization, the theme of the tragedy of a depressed and impersonal...
Number of pages: ~ 421 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 2.9/5

by J. M. Barrie
What Every Woman Knows
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J. M. Barrie is a Scottish playwright and novelist, author of a series of fabulous works about Peter Pan. Since 1897, Barry has turned to drama. He is famous for Quality Street, a comedy depicting England at the beginning of the 19th century. Barry’s plays, among which “What Every Woman Knows,” introduced him to the circle of outstanding playwrights of the time....
Number of pages: ~ 109 pages
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by Edmond Rostand
Cyrano de Bergerac
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The comedy of the French playwright and poet Edmond Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac" still does not leave the theatrical stage of many countries of the world. In a duel for the love of beautiful Roxanne, two met. The limited and narrow-minded Christian is handsome; Cyrano is courageous in military affairs, but timid in love, his words and feelings are sublime and beautiful, but his face is ugly and ridiculous. But in the end it becomes clear: the main thing is not appearance, but the individuality of each person....
Number of pages: ~ 248 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

by John Milton
Milton's Comus
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In the play-mask “Komus”, the author praises the virtue typical of Puritan moral rigorism. The evil spirit Komus tries in vain to seduce a young Lady who has lost her way in the forest. The forest in the play symbolizes the intricacies of human life. Comus personifies vice. The lady, embodied chastity, firmly confronts the temptations and charms of Komus and emerges victorious from the duel....
Number of pages: ~ 193 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 2.9/5

The Alchemist by Ben Jonson
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Shakespeare eclipsed all the playwrights of the Elizabethan era. This fate fell on Ben Johnson, the greatest contemporary of Shakespeare. Johnson's work could constitute an era in the history of English literature, but it could not compete with the brilliant creations of Shakespeare. Ben Johnson acted as the creator of everyday comedy - a comedy of morals, theoretically substantiating the need for reflection in the dramaturgy of modern life. He opposed the "high comedy" and bloody drama, the enemy of the heroic folk theater, the greatest representative of which was Shakespeare....
Number of pages: ~ 275 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.7/5