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by Orison Swett Marden
An Iron Will
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  • History
  • 1901
  • Autor: Orison Swett Marden
Orison Swett Marden is an American publicist, author of books on self-improvement and the path to success in life. He has published more than 50 books and brochures on this subject, since 1897 he has been publishing the Success magazine, which had about half a million subscribers....
Number of pages: ~ 60 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

by James Baldwin
Old Greek Stories
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  • History
  • 1895
  • Autor: James Baldwin
Baldwin grew up in a family of a stepfather, a priest and was the oldest of nine children. Baldwin never knew his own father and partially suffered from this, which was reflected in some of his works. In his youth, Baldwin is going to follow in the footsteps of his stepfather and helps him in the church. But the older the future writer becomes, the more distinctly he understands that his stepfather’s sermons diverge from what is happening on the streets of Harlem, and, most importantly, with the behavior of the stepfather himself at home. After leaving school in the Bronx, Baldwin moved to...
Number of pages: ~ 100 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4/5

by Hutton Webster
Early European History
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  • History
  • 1920
  • Autor: Hutton Webster
This book aims to furnish a concise and connected account of human progress during ancient, medieval, and early modern times. It should meet the requirements of those high schools and preparatory schools where ancient history, as a separate discipline, is being supplanted by a more extended course introductory to the study of recent times and contemporary problems. Such a course was first outlined by the Regents of the University of the State of New York in their _Syllabus for Secondary Schools_, issued in 1910....
Number of pages: ~ 560 pages
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by Alice Morse Earle
Home Life in Colonial Days
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  • History
  • 1898
  • Autor: Alice Morse Earle
Alice Morse Earle was an American historian and author from Worcester, Massachusetts. Her writings, beginning in 1890, focussed on small sociological details rather than grand details, and thus are invaluable for modern social historians. She wrote a number of books on colonial America (and especially the New England region) such as Curious Punishments of Bygone Days....
Number of pages: ~ 468 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

American Prisoners of the Revolution
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  • History
  • 1911
  • Autor: Danske Dandridge
Poet Danske Dandridge was born in Copenhagen, while her father, Henry Bedinger, was serving as ambassador to Denmark. She was christened Caroline Dane Bedinger, her father giving her the nickname Danske (‘‘Little Dane’’). She lived her life from age 19 in Shepherdstown. She lived for a brief time at the Bower, the historic Dandridge family home near Leetown, following her marriage to A. B. Dandridge in 1877. The family then moved to Poplar Grove, near Shepherdstown, which she inherited from the Bedingers and renamed Rosebrake. She was educated at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia....
Number of pages: ~ 274 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 Philip Gosse
The Pirates' Who's Who
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Recently, when talking about Johnson's History, many usually grinned condescendingly, considering it a mishmash of real facts and fiction, but from time to time in some dusty nooks and crannies they find forgotten documents confirming the author’s correctness. Many events still considered a product of the imagination, turn out to be absolutely reliable both in time and in circumstances....
Number of pages: ~ 324 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

by Charles Ellms
The Pirates Own Book
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  • History
  • 1837
  • Autor: Charles Ellms
Charles Elmes’s fascinating book on the history of maritime piracy is unique in its breadth of coverage: it tells about Danish, Norman, Spanish, Westindian, Malay, Algerian and many other brutal and merciless sea robbers that instilled fear in sailors and peaceful mercantile people in different areas Oceans. The stories about the life of filibusters, supplemented by materials from lawsuits, reports of the Admiralty, stories of unfortunate people who fell into the hands of pirates, about the sufferings and misadventures that they had to endure, will allow you to find out a lot of interesting...
Number of pages: ~ 334 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 1.9/5

by George Alexander Fischer
Beethoven, a character study
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Ludwig van Beethoven is the greatest phenomenon in world music culture, a composer who became a legend during his lifetime. He was so incredibly talented and purposeful that, even having lost his hearing, he continued to create his own, unmatched, brilliant masterpieces. An outstanding maestro stood on the threshold of Romanticism in Western European music and was the direct founder of a new era, which replaced the exhausted Classicism. As a child, having learned music on the harpsichord with its characteristic lace sound, Beethoven subsequently popularized the piano by creating 5 concerts,...
Number of pages: ~ 138 pages
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