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Journal Des Goncourt V3

  [english | ]  

Edmond De Goncourt

Excerpts: [... * * * * * Lundi 21 mars.-On causait aujourd'hui des p'erils, auxquels est expos'e le bonheur des femmes, mari'ees `a des peintres portraitistes. ...... Or, pour lui apprendre `a cumuler, une nuit, on lui avait coup'e la queue de vingt-cinq vaches. Cela ne l'avait pas d'ecourag'e, il avait continu'e ...... je serai toute ma vie.>> Mais ce n'est pas seulement `a ma tante que je ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 275

Journal Dun Homme De Trop

  [french | 1850]  

Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev

Excerpts: [... un journal peut-^etre quinze jours seulement avant l'heure de la mort? Bah! qu'est-ce que cela fait? En quoi quinze jours diff`erent-ils de quinze ...... `a quoi bon tout cela? Je ne puis plus 'ecrire aujourd'hui. `A demain. 22 mars. Aujourd'hui il fait de nouveau sombre et froid. Ce temps-ci me convient ...... de vouloir apprendre avant la mort quelle sorte d'oiseau l'on a 'et'e. ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 286

Journal Dun Voyageur Pendant La Guerre

  [french | 1871]  

George Sand

Summary: [Journal D Un Voyageur Pendant La Guerre George Sand by George Sand. Ces r eflexions me saisissent au lever du soleil apr es quatre jours de fi evre que vient de dissiper ou plut^ot d epuiser une nuit d insomnie. En ouvrant ma fen^etre en aspirant la fra^icheur du matin et le profond silence d une campagne encore mat eriellement tranquille je me demande si tout ce que je souffre depuis six ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 408

Journal Of A Residence At Bagdad

  [english | 1832]  

Anthony Norris Groves

Excerpts: [... encompassed as it has been with difficulties foreign to itself, is but a narrow one. The preaching of the Gospel is an ordinance of God. The preaching ...... desert, but round by Mosul and Merdin, to Stamboul. He hopes to be home in September. Mr. Pfander learnt from some Armenians yesterday, that they ...... and awful event that I have so lately witnessed, that I sit down now to ...]
Genres: [biography | religion | travelDownloads: 220

Journal Of A Tour Into The Interior Of Missouri And Arkansaw

  [english | 1821]  

Henry Schoolcraft

Summary: [Journal Of A Tour Into The Interior Of Missouri And Arkansaw From Potosi Or Mine D Burton In Missouri Territory In A South West Direction Toward Performed In The Years 1818 And 1819 by Henry R Schoolcraft. Henry R. Schoolcraft was an explorer geologist geographer and ethnologist who surveyed large sections of the midwest and discovered the source of the Mississippi River. During 1818 and 1819 ...]
Genres: [non fictionDownloads: 268

Journal Of A Trip To California

  [english | 1920]  

Charles Smith

Summary: [This book covers the trip to California it is a straight up travel diary. It is good background information if you are interested in that era of American history. I did read passages of it to my daughter so that she could understand the realities of travel before planes etc.]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 132

Journal Of A Trip To California By The Overland Route Across The Plains In 1850 51

  [english | ]  

Eleazer Stillman Ingalls

Summary: [This book covers the trip to California it is a straight up travel diary. It is good background information if you are interested in that era of American history. I did read passages of it to my daughter so that she could understand the realities of travel before planes etc.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 182

Journal Of A Voyage To Lisbon

  [english | 1755]  

Henry Fielding

Summary: [Journal Of A Voyage To Lisbon Volume 1 by Henry Fielding. Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon - Volume 1 is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by Henry Fielding is in the English language and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Henry Fielding then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 453

Journal Of An African Cruiser

  [english | ]  

Horatio Bridge

Excerpts: [... is one hundred miles distant. 24.-At 5 A.M., anchored at Santa Cruz, capital of the island of Teneriffe. The health-officer informed us that ...... the music goes on, they seem to become invigorated, applying their strength cheerfully, and with limbs as unwearied as their voices. One of their number ...... though nearer, and in more intimate connection with these islands, sent not ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 70

Journal Of Jasper Danckaerts 1679 1680

  [english | ]  

Bartlett Burleigh James

Summary: [Journal Of Jasper Danckaerts 1679 1680 by Jasper Danckaerts. Edited by Bartlett Burleigh James and John Franklin Jameson ORIGINAL NARRATIVES OF EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY WITH A FACSIMILE AND TWO MAPS]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 134

Journal Of Landsborough Expedition From Carpentaria

  [english | 1862]  

William Landsborough

Excerpts: [... for Mr. Walker's party, the latter having been instructed to proceed from Rockhampton overland, by the shortest route, to a rendezvous at the Gulf. ...... by sandstone dykes and contained fresh, and others brackish, water. Near the waterholes, at the most conspicuous points of timber on our route, we marked ...... party, about 200 miles to the westward of Mount Narien. I have the ...]
Genres: [travel | adventure | historyDownloads: 42

Journal of Lenins Duty Secretaries

  [english | 1900]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Summary: [The Bolshevik or Maximalist wing of the Social-Democratic Party was able to control the Soviet and the Committees in the early days of the Revolution its hold upon them has tightened and it is now stronger than ever. Yct it represents neither the best nor even the most numerous section of the people. Like the Okhrana or secret police system under the old rSgime its influence is based.upon the ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 283

Journalism For Women

  [english | 1898]  

Enoch Bennett

Excerpts: [... is a dull pla. It is only a Stevenson who can say: I never remember being bored and one may fairly doubt whether even Stevenson uttered truth ...... of which it is capable. This book is an attempt to do these things, for women, in the art of journalism. . Chapter Ii. Imperfections Of ...... correspondent during the visit of some royal personages to her town. The editor of the paper,...]
Genres: [non fiction | women studiesDownloads: 316

Journaux Intimes

  [french | ]  

Charles Baudelaire

Excerpts: [... ces cris, ces rles. Qui ne les a rs, qui ne les a irrsistiblement extorqus. Et que trouvez-vous de pire dans la question applique par de soigneux ...... d’une vie pre et prie, prie sans cesse. La prire est rservoir de force. (Autel de la volont. Dynamique morale. La sorcellerie des sacrements. ...... paresse, de la rverie, de la fainantise, au point de renvoyer sans cesse au ...]
Genres: [biography | non fictionDownloads: 90

Journeys Through Bookland V2

  [english | ]  

Charles Sylvester

Excerpts: [... and to pick up far and near any names they should come across. When the little man arrived she began with Kasper, Melchior, Belshazzer, Sheepshanks, ...... dear child, groaned Midas dolefully, I don't know what is to become of your poor father. And truly, my dear little folks, did you ever ...... upon it, and shone in the bright sunshine. In the courtyard a couple of the merry ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 160

Journeys Through Bookland V3

  [english | ]  

Charles Sylvester

Excerpts: [... and will tell me what to do, and whither to go for provisions, and whither not to go for fear of being devoured what places to venture into, ...... indeed, I expected. When they had set themselves over, I observed that the boat being gone a good way into the creek, and, as it were, in a harbor ...... belt, and had something useful close to him in case of being thrown into the water....]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 98

Journeys Through Bookland Vol 10

  [english | ]  

Charles Herbert Sylvester

Excerpts: [... that Gulliver was a man of ordinary height, that is to say, not six feet high. If the Lilliputian was not six inches high, what was the ratio ...... leading down to the dull brown fibres of roots. And yet, think of it well, and judge whether of all the gorgeous flowers that beam in summer air, ...... created by simply reading new selections aloud to them and talking with them about ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 209

Journeys Through Bookland Vol 5

  [english | ]  

Charles Sylvester

Excerpts: [... told us that within this place is a shield that no man may bear about his neck but if that he be mischieved or dead within three days, or else maimed ...... all day long Had held the field of battle was the King: Hearest thou this great voice that shakes the world, And wastes the narrow realm ...... the boat would be kept in tow but, if they should be parted, he begged Pricket to ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 141

Journeys Through Bookland Vol 6

  [english | ]  

Charles Sylvester

Excerpts: [... mild declined doing battle, though some fit cases offered, and indeed submitted to sundry indignities and was always very ready to turn and came ...... I hope so, Bella, said my mother. I know so, said I and kissed her cheek. And how did I know it? The boy does not ask the man ...... the Consul, As thou sayest, so let it be. And straight against that great array Forth went the ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 331

Journeys Through Bookland Vol 8

  [english | ]  

Charles Sylvester

Excerpts: [... an hour, its violence gradually returning. When the stream is most boisterous, and its fury heightened by a storm, it is dangerous to come within a ...... on the 17th of June, they entered with great joy the waters of the Mississippi. This river derives its source from several lakes in the north. ...... In thinking of this bloody tragedy, we must remember that these were simple ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 488
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