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Egmont Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe


Though under threat of arrest, Egmont refuses to run away and give up his ideal of liberty. Imprisoned and abandoned because of the cowardice of his people, and despite the desperate efforts of his mistress Klärchen, he is sentenced to death.


On Friendship Cicero


"This is all I had to say on friendship. One piece of advice on parting. Make up your minds to this: Virtue (without which friendship is impossible) is first; but next to it, and to it alone, the greatest of all things is


The Kellys And The O 39 Kellys Anthony Trollope


Anthony Trollope's early Irish novel "The Kellys and the O'Kellys" sold just 140 copies when first published in 1848 during the potato famine, yet it has all the hallmarks of his future greatness and it has become a classic of universal literature.


Penrod And Sam Booth Tarkington


Follow more of the hilarious life of the boy Penrod Schofield, his friends Sam Williams, Herman, Verman, Georgie, Maurice, and the love of his life, Marjorie Jones.


A Modern Cinderella Louisa May Alcott


Louisa May Alcott created some fascinating short stories here. „A Modern Cinderella: or The Little Old Shoe And Other Stories” contains four short stories by Louisa May Alcott, the author of „Little Women”: „A Modern Cinderella”, „Debby’s Debut”, „The Brothers”, and „Nelly’s Hospital”.


Melmoth The Wanderer Lock And Key Version Charles Robert Maturin


The central character, Melmoth (a Wandering Jew type), is a scholar who sells his soul to the devil in exchange for 150 extra years of life; he spends that time searching for someone who will take over the pact for him. The novel


La Constantin Alexandre Dumas


It was about seven o'clock. Three gentlemen were seated at one of the tables in a low, smoky room. They had already emptied several bottles, and one of them seemed to have just suggested some madcap scheme to the others, the thought of


For The Baby 39 S Sake Mills Boon Intrigue Beverly Long


Burned in the past, Detective Sawyer Montgomery’s learned to stay guarded when a beautiful woman’s involved.


The Tell Tale Heart And Other Stories Edgar Allan Poe


Our narrator plots to murder an old man, though the narrator states that he loves the old man, and hates only his evil pale blue eye. The narrator insists that his careful precision in committing the murder shows that he cannot possibly be


Mademoiselle De Scuderi And Other Tales E T A Hoffmann


The action takes place in Paris during the reign of King Louis XIV of France. The city is under siege by what is presumed to be an organized band of thieves whose members rob citizens of costly jewelry in their homes or on


Montana Secrets Mills Boon Intrigue Charlotte Douglas

Tales From The Operas George Frederick Pardon


Tales from the Operas written by George Frederick Pardon who  was an English journalist and writer.  This book was published in 1858. And now republish in ebook format. We believe this work is culturally important in its original archival form. While we strive to adequately


The Fencing Master Alexandre Dumas


In one of the volumes devoted to his travels in Russia, Dumas related that the Czarina, wife of the Czar Nicholas, having procured a copy of The Fencing Master, asked her friend the Princess Trubetski to read it to her. While thus engaged


Around The World In Eighty Days Translated By George Makepeace Towle Jules Verne


First published in 1873, “Around the World in Eighty Days” is a classic tale of adventure by French author Jules Verne, which tells the story of eccentric English inventor Phileas Fogg and his newly employed French valet Passepartout as they set out to


Pinocchio Illustrated By Alice Carsey Carlo Collodi


First published serially between 1881 and 1882, “Pinocchio” is the popular story of a wooden puppet who yearns to be a real boy. Set in the Tuscan region of Italy, “Pinocchio” is a story which has undergone numerous adaptations, even from the first


The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Translated By Isabel F Hapgood Victor Hugo


Though written at the beginning of the Romantic era, this remarkable French historical romance takes place in medieval Paris at the Cathedral of Notre Dame. It is there that the deformed Quasimodo has gone deaf ringing the grand church’s bells for his adoptive


Closer Encounters Mills Boon Intrigue Code Name Danger Book 10 Merline Lovelace


To Drew "The Riever" McDowell, this seemed like a fairly straightforward assignment: track down Tracy Brandt and find out her connection to a top secret mission.


The House Of The Vampire George Sylvester Viereck


The first known gay vampire novel and one of the first psychic vampire stories.


Short Stories 1895 1926 Walter De La Mare


The publication of Short Stories 1895-1926 celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of Walter de la Mare's death. It is also the culmination of a major literary enterprise. For many people Walter de la Mare (1873-1956) is as great a writer of fiction as of


The Aviator Antoine De Saint Exup Ry


The Aviator is the first story by writer Antonie de Saint-Exupéry.