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Perils And Captivity

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Adelaide Dard


Excerpts: [... every one seemed content, in the persuasion we would reach Senegal by the morrow. But how vain were all our hopes, and what sufferings had we yet to ...... the same instant threw their riders on the ground, or among the bushes. The Moors, however, who accompanied us, assisted to catch our capricious animals, ...... filtered water, and dresses for my father. Every one, who, during ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 322

Perils Of Certain English Prisoners

  [english | ]  

Charles Dickens


Summary: [The life of Dickens by E. H. Rupert--The lazy tour of two idle apprentices.--Tom Tiddlers ground.--Hunted down.--The battle of life.--The perils of certain English prisoners.--George Silvermans explanation.--Holiday romance.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 195

Perley Reminiscences V 1 2

  [english | ]  

Benjamin Perley Poore


Excerpts: [... the Jackson newspapers, while rejoicing over his re-election, nominated him for a third term, and William Wirt wrote: My opinion is that he may be ...... your shield or upon it! The whole party were delighted with the rich tones and the classic teachings of the gifted colloquist, except his equally ...... a total stagnation of business throughout the Union, and from every section ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 192

Pero Da Covilhan

  [english | 1897]  

Zeferino Norberto Gonalves Brando


Excerpts: [... meridional mais larga se expande. Ali, os monumentos de mais de uma raa, livros de pedra abertos meditao dos videntes, e as lendas populares tenazmente ...... a sua fragancia suavissima. As paredes da sala de armas do duque exhibem trophos de armas arabes, despojo rico das batalhas das Navas e do Salado, ...... esse.-condescendeo o marquez, engulindo um pensamento, cuja execuo de ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 38

Perpetual Light

  [english | ]  

William Rose Bent


Excerpts: [... Adoration. Talisman. Recognition. The Silver Hind. Aristeas Relates His Youth. Man Possessed. Miniature. Death Will Make Clear. Sunlight. And ...... it that the people who don't go through with it do not have. When I came back from the Little Sisters, after affirming and reaffirming (to strengthen ...... of the Army:. It so often makes me think of the religious orders. The ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 232

Perseus By Quinault

  [english | ]  

Frank Morlock


Summary: [Franois-Marie Arouet (21 November 1694 ? 30 May 1778) better known by the pen name Voltaire was a French Enlightenment writer and philosopher famous for his wit and for his advocacy of civil liberties including freedom of religion and free trade. Voltaire was a prolific writer and produced works in almost every literary form including plays poetry novels essays historical and scientific works ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 37

Persian Literature Volume 1 Comprising The Shah Nameh The Rubaiyat The Divan And The Gulistan

  [english | ]  

Anonymous Et Al


Excerpts: [... and I am not satisfied with this distribution-what sayest thou? When this message was communicated to Tur, he fully concurred in the sentiments ...... and Mazinderan was received on his return with cordial rejoicings, and he charmed the king with the story of his triumphant success. The monarch ...... to hinder the free play of their fancy. And so this fancy roamed up and down the ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 3

Persian Literature Volume 2 Comprising The Shah Nameh

  [english | 1900]  

Anonymous


Excerpts: [... is clear, cold, and sometimes cynical, while the Persian is more spiritual, though not less acute, and has the fervor of the poet which Bacon lacks, and ...... and vainly attempted to have him put to death:-but what can the rival effect so long as the charmer is our friend.. The king asked, saying, ...... remain marketable. For what purpose came the sovereignty to thee. Thy death ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 470

Personal Friendships Of Jesus

  [english | 1897]  

J Miller


Summary: [Alexander Lex Miller (1908 - May 15 1960) was a New Zealand Presbyterian minister author and Stanford University theologian. Violence towards black activists during the Montgomery Bus Boycott led Miller to question commitments to nonviolence as noted by Martin Luther King Jr. himself in letter sent April 1957.]
Genres: [religionDownloads: 245

Personal Memoir Of Daniel Drayton

  [english | ]  

Daniel Drayton


Summary: [Personal Memoir Of Daniel Drayton by Daniel Drayton. I was born in the year 1802 in Cumberland County Downs Township in the State of New Jersey on the shores of Nantuxet Creek not far from Delaware Bay into which that creek flows. My father was a farmer --not a very profitable occupation in that barren part of the country. ]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 283

Personal Recollections

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Elizabeth


Excerpts: [... implore the Father of all mercies and Teacher of all truth to guide me, to guard me from misstatement, to preserve me from self-seeking, and to ...... his servant not only watching but working against the diabolical iniquity that filled the Lollard's pit with the ashes of his saints. And now upon ...... as frequently to startle and terrify my conscience, when I found myself saying ...]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 172

Personal Recollections Of Birmingham And Birmingham Men

  [english | 1877]  

E Edwards


Summary: [Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi-xxiii).]
Genres: [essays | biographyDownloads: 258

Personal Recollections Of Early Melbourne And Victoria

  [english | ]  

William Westgarth


Summary: [Includes bibliographical references (p. xxi-xxiii).]
Genres: [biography | audiobookDownloads: 269

Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc

  [english | 1896]  

Mark Twain


Summary: [Mark Twains work on Joan of Arc is titled in full Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by the Sieur Louis de Conte who is identified further as Joans page and secretary. The work is fictionally presented as a translation from the manuscript by Jean Francois Alden or in the words of the published book Freely Translated out of the Ancient French into Modern English from the Original Unpublished ...]
Genres: [non-fiction | biography autobiography | fictionDownloads: 218

Personal Recollections Of The War Of 1861

  [english | 1906]  

Charles Augustus Fuller


Excerpts: [... house my mother said, Why, Charlie Fuller, you've come home to go to war. She was the daughter of a man who was in the Revolutionary Army when but ...... care for salutes and the men began to regard him as one of them he had their confidence and affection, and they willingly followed him. As our regiment ...... conduce to safety, and he, or they, at once took it. This hint was ...]
Genres: [biography | warDownloads: 205

Personality Plus

  [english | 1914]  

Edna Ferber


Summary: [Snapping: Americas Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change is a 1978 anti-cult book which describes the authors theory of religious conversion called snapping in terms of mind control a mental process which the authors argue by which a person is recruited by a cult or other religious movements. It is also used to describe the process of snapping out of it during deprogramming or exit counseling ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 488

Personality Plus Some Experiences Of Emma Mcchesney And Her Son Jack

  [english | 1914]  

Edna Ferber


Summary: [The second book in the Emma McChesney series.]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 334

Persuasion

  [english | 1818]  

Jane Austen


Summary: [The final novel by the acclaimed writer places heroine Anne Elliot a woman of integrity and deep emotion against the brutality and hypocrisy of Regency England.]
Genres: [fiction | romanceDownloads: 491

Perversity

  [english | ]  

Francis Carco


Excerpts: [... to conquer the morbid numbness that estranged him from everything. He had not changed. At the age of thirty-five, in June, 1914, Emile married again-a ...... pleased, and he must make a noise about it. No, no, my old boy. Nothing doing. Emile stopped stupefied. She went on: This place belongs to ...... was added the oppressive conviction of his own helplessness. However, in the ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 428

Perverted Proverbs

  [english | 1903]  

Harry Graham


Excerpts: [... reach the Golden Fruit. For one in such a situation. The faintest praise is no damnation. Parnassus heights must surely pall. For simpler ...... Greeks of old, that I. Corrupt the Youthful Generation. I am unmoved by taunts like these-. (And so, I think, was Socrates). Howe'er the Critics ...... with the Rhyme,. And try to gather what I mean. But, if you can't, it won't hurt me. ...]
Genres: [poetry | humorDownloads: 352
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