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by Eugene O'Neill
Anna Christie
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Being the son of a famous romantic actor, Eugene O’Neill was well acquainted with the American theater of the late XIX - early XX centuries and passionately hated him. I hated melodramas written in bad language, did not recognize the acting style and the lack of ensemble, full of cliches, and rejected the naturalness of scenography. Speaking as an innovative playwright, he sought to create a completely different type of theater. O’Neill's early plays are a riot against an established commercial theater tradition. In O’Neill’s early plays, the main characters were social types of the lower...
Number of pages: ~ 94 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

by Bernard Shaw
You Never Can Tell
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The action takes place in a coastal city. The play tells the story of Mrs. Clandon and her three children, Dolly, Philip and Gloria, who had just returned to England after eighteen years in Madeira. Children have no idea who their father is, and through a series of comedic mistakes, they ultimately invite him to a family dinner....
Number of pages: ~ 112 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4/5

by Israel Zangwill
The Melting-Pot
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Israel Zangville, an English writer and public figure who traveled extensively throughout the United States, in 1907 put the following words into the mouth of the protagonist of his play: “... America is the greatest melting pot created by God in which all the peoples of Europe are mixed and transformed into a single people!". The word "boiler" carries a figurative and direct meaning. Immigrants from England, Sweden, the Netherlands, France, Germany, slaves from Africa and local Indians created something new and general from their national cuisines and gastronomic preferences....
Number of pages: ~ 152 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1/5

With the Night Mail: A Story of 2000 A.D.
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When traveling from England to Canada at night, you can learn about the device of the airships, observe the salvage of the trump crew, survive the storm and get to know the work of the Air Transport Administration, an organization that controls transport, and the whole world with it....
Number of pages: ~ 36 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.7 out of 5

by Jules Verne
The Mysterious Island
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The most terrible wars are civil wars, when hatred goes beyond all limits, when a brother goes against his brother, when getting captured can be worse than death. It was in this situation that the five northerners found themselves, whose desire for freedom was stronger than the fear of dying in captivity or while trying to escape. But the result of the flight in a balloon turned out to be unpredictable: as a result of a hurricane, they were brought to a desert island. Many adventures and dangers await them there, but courage, knowledge and ingenuity will allow them not only to survive, but...
Number of pages: ~ 293 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4 out of 5

by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
Grimm's Fairy Tales
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The Grimm brothers are one of the most famous storytellers on the planet. Everyone knows the tales and protagonists of these wonderful authors of the Bremen Town Musicians, King Thrushbeard, Snow White and Rose Red, The Brave Tailor, and many others. Their stories are still being translated into many different languages and reprinted each year in huge print runs....
Number of pages: ~ 296 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

Back to Methuselah A Metabiological Pentateuch
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The whole play is the apotheosis of human will. If people want to, they will be immortal. In any case, it is in the power of people to extend their lives to the Methuselah century. One of the heroes of the play, biologist Konrad Barnabas, has proved on a number of experiments that a person, by exerting his will, can live hundreds and hundreds of years. The biologist has a brother, a politician, he preaches this theory everywhere. Lloyd George and Asquith hunt for the Barnabas, each strives to get them in his party in order to secure the majority of the votes in the elections....
Number of pages: ~ 394 pages
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Jukes-Edwards: A Study in Education and Heredity
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The author wrote this book to show the two extremes of the decisions we make in life. Two people made their free choice based on life experience and education. The contrast of religions, also shown in the book, prompts reflection on philosophy....
Number of pages: ~ 71 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.9/5

Songs of Innocence and Experience
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The discovery of William Blake, a poet, artist, visionary, who was ahead of his time by a whole century, happened only in the second half of the XIX century: romantic poets saw him as a fellow spiritually. By the beginning of the 20th century, his work was universally recognized. Blake became a cult figure in the circle of English Symbolists. His poetry rightfully took one of the leading places in the rich literary heritage of England....
Number of pages: ~ 46 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1/5

by Jack London
The Call of the Wild
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It was the time of the Alaskan gold rush in the 1890’s when sled dogs were very in demand. It is a story about a dog named Buck. He grew up with a comfortable life at Shepherd’s ranch. He was always fed and happy.But from the first day that Buck was stolen he learnt about hunger, thirst, and cruelty. Buck’s life changed. He was harnessed with other dogs to carry the government post. The dog pack had its own laws and Buck had to get used to them....
Number of pages: ~ 52 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.2 out of 5