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by Arthur Conan Doyle
The Adventure of the Cardboard Box
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  • Fiction
  • 1893
  • Autor: Arthur Conan Doyle
Miss Susan Cushing, a secluded lifestyle, received a small bag wrapped in paper — a cardboard box with coarse salt. After pouring out salt, Miss Cushing, in horror, discovered two unpaired human ears, male and female. They are cut off recently. Inspector Lestrade invites Holmes to investigate. Starting by examining the twine, packaging, and address on the box, Holmes begins the investigation....
Number of pages: ~ 22 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

by Thomas Paine
Common Sense
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Thomas Payne's Political Brochure, Common Sense, was an extremely influential document of the Revolutionary era. Since it was written and reasoned in a style that is easy to understand, the brochure has become extremely popular. He fired up revolutionary lights and supplied intelligent ammunition to revolutionaries throughout the colony. Study one of the most significant political writings in American history and find out the main arguments that Payne presented in his work....
Number of pages: ~ 49 pages
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by John Edward Mercer
Nature Mysticism
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  • Mystery
  • 1913
  • Autor: John Edward Mercer
A wave of Mysticism is passing over the civilised nations. It is welcomed by many: by more it is mistrusted. Even the minds to which it would naturally appeal are often restrained from sympathy by fears of vague speculative driftings and of transcendental emotionalism. Nor can it be doubted that such an attitude of aloofness is at once reasonable and inevitable. For a systematic exaltation of formless ecstasies, at the expense of sense and intellect, has a tendency to become an infirmity if it does not always betoken loss of mental balance. In order, therefore, to disarm natural prejudice,...
Number of pages: ~ 176 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.2/5

by Juanita Helm Floyd
Women in the Life of Balzac
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  • 1921
  • Autor: Juanita Helm Floyd
In the biography of Balzac himself, women significant for him were from 31 years old to 45 years old. And this is surprising, because in those days women over 30 years old were simply obliged to be married (then the girls were married at 14-18 years old). Therefore, it was believed that a 30-year-old woman seems to have no right to love ... Why are all these women so attracted to Balzac? Because they were adults, experienced, well-established natures. He needed to take something from them, and he took......
Number of pages: ~ 231 pages
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by Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age by Robert Leighton
Olaf the Glorious: A Story of the Viking Age
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  • History
  • 1894
  • Autor: Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age by Robert Leighton
Vikings - Scandinavian sailors of the early Middle Ages, in the VIII - XI centuries they made sea voyages from Vinland to Biarmia and from the Caspian to North Africa. Most of them were free peasants who lived on the territory of modern Sweden, Denmark and Norway, who were pushed beyond the borders of their native countries by overpopulation and thirst for easy money. By religion - the vast majority of pagans. Used their battle axes for both melee and throwing. Also, they had not only ordinary spears, but also lighter ones - throwing ones. Swedish Vikings, as a rule, traveled east and...
Number of pages: ~ 412 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1/5

by Mark Twain
The Mysterious Stranger
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In the small town of Ezeldorf, in Austria, three friends meet a stranger. The stranger captivates the guys with his unusual tricks, stories and during the conversation it suddenly turns out that the stranger is ... an angel. The story “The Mysterious Stranger” was conceived by Mark Twain in three different versions, but he did not finish any of them....
Number of pages: ~ 194 pages
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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
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American writer and illustrator Howard Pyle (1853-1911) collected and crafted many legends and ballads about Robin Hood. None of these stories was invented by Pail, he only connected them together - a fascinating story full of medieval color and folk English humor turned out about a noble robber and his cheerful friends-yomen living under the canopy of Sherwood Forest....
Number of pages: ~ 192 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.3/5

by L. Higgin
Handbook of Embroidery
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  • Arts
  • 1880
  • Autor: L. Higgin
Embroidery is a widespread type of decorative art in which the pattern and image are hand-made on various fabrics, leather, felt and other materials with linen, cotton, woolen, silk threads, as well as hair, beads, pearls, precious stones, sequins, coins etc. Embroidery is used to decorate clothes, household items, to create independent decorative panels....
Number of pages: ~ 112 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 2.8/5

by Angela Brazil
Monitress Merle
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An excellent representative of the post-war genre, when the public is tired of cruelty and wants a little tenderness and lightness. The book tells the continuation of the story of two girls - the sisters Mavis and Merle, and their family, but the story is independent and can be read separately....
Number of pages: ~ 146 pages
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by Arthur Conan Doyle
The Great Boer War
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  • History
  • 1900
  • Autor: Arthur Conan Doyle
The Boer War (1899–1902) made a deep impression on contemporaries. In this war, the Boer farmers armed with the most modern weapons won several brilliant victories over the British regular army. On the battlefields of the Boer War, Mauser rifles and Maxim machine guns opposed the tactics of the Napoleonic Wars, which continued to adhere to the European army. After the last Boer army was defeated, a fierce guerrilla war continued for another two years. The British Empire ultimately won, but paid for it with a loss of twenty thousand soldiers. After the war, the British went to a completely...
Number of pages: ~ 512 pages
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