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On The Trail Of Grant And Lee

  [english | ]  

Frederick Trevor Hill


Summary: [On The Trail by Adelia B Beard. The joyous exhilarating call of the wilderness and the forest camp is surely and steadily penetrating through the barriers of brick stone and concrete through the more or less artificial life of town and city and the American girl is listening eagerly. It is awakening in her longings for free wholesome and adventurous outdoor life for the innocent delights of ...]
Genres: [war | history | biographyDownloads: 374

On The Trail Of Pontiac

  [english | 1904]  

Edward Stratemeyer


Summary: [On The Trail by Adelia B Beard. The joyous exhilarating call of the wilderness and the forest camp is surely and steadily penetrating through the barriers of brick stone and concrete through the more or less artificial life of town and city and the American girl is listening eagerly. It is awakening in her longings for free wholesome and adventurous outdoor life for the innocent delights of ...]
Genres: [travelDownloads: 70

On The Trail Of The Space Pirates

  [english | 1953]  

Carey Rockwell


Summary: [A Tom Corbett Space Cadet adventure.]
Genres: [science fiction | post 1930Downloads: 387

On The Tree Top

  [english | 1881]  

Clara Doty Bates


Summary: [The Apple Tree is a collection of short stories by Daphne du Maurier published in 1952 by Gollancz in the UK and under the title Kiss Me Again Stranger by Doubleday in the US. It included The Birds which was made into a film of the same name by Alfred Hitchcock in 1963 the anthology was then republished under the name The Birds and Other Stories.]
Genres: [poetry | young readersDownloads: 322

On the Two Lines of the Revolution

  [english | 1907]  

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: 89

On the Unauthorised Seizure of Land

  [english | 1906]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [Before he became the general of the revolution Lenin was its pedant the journalist-scholar who married Marxist theory to an incisive analysis of insurrectionist tactics. His theories of what society ought to be and how that ideal must be achieved were the products of thousands of hours spent reading. The incomprehensibility of Lenin is precisely this all-consuming intellectuality--the fact that ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 472

On The Uncertainty Of The Signs Of Murder In The Case Of

  [english | 1818]  

William Crosbie Hunter


Excerpts: [... of murder. Title: On the uncertainty of the signs of murder in the case of bastard children. Author: William Hunter. +-+ ...... he said, was to procure an unprejudiced enquiry. He had been informed that it was a subject which I had considered in my lectures, and made some ...... the laws of all countries make ample allowance for insanity. The insane are not held to be responsible ...]
Genres: [healthDownloads: 422

On The Use And Abuse Of History For Life

  [english | ]  

Friedrich Nietzsche


Summary: [Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (October 15 1844 - August 25 1900) was a 19th-century German philosopher and classical philologist. He wrote critical texts on religion morality contemporary culture philosophy and science displaying a fondness for metaphor irony and aphorism. Nietzsches influence remains substantial within and beyond philosophy notably in existentialism and postmodernism. His style ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 334

On The Vice Of Novel Reading

  [english | 1897]  

Young Allison


Summary: [The Vice Of Reading by Edith Wharton. Edith Wharton January 24 1862 - August 11 1937 was an American novelist short story writer and designer. In 1902 she built The Mount her estate in Lenox Massachusetts which survives today as the supreme example of her design principles. The house and its gardens have been extensively restored. There Edith Wharton wrote several of her novels including The ...]
Genres: [essaysDownloads: 324

On Uncle Sam Water Wagon

  [english | 1919]  

Helen Watkeys Moore


Summary: [Some really interesting old recipes in this book. Many of them include a quarter of a pound of sugar per cup or chemicals that would get you put on a no-fly list but its still a fascinating read. Its worth reading just for the grand names given to the various concoctions. Ill definitely be trying a few of them.]
Genres: [cookingDownloads: 425

On Youth And Old Age On Life And Death On Breathing

  [english | ]  

Aristotle


Excerpts: [... or out of the water by means of the mouth is an impossibility, for, not having a lung, they have no windpipe rather the stomach is closely ...... his theory, and how he puts it. But if we must consider that our previous account is true, and that respiration does not occur in ...... of the breath. To combat this doctrine I shall repeat what I said in opposition to the previous ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 491

On Zimmerwald

  [english | 1921]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [Vladimir Lenin created this hugely significant Marxist text to explain fully the inevitable flaws and destructive power of Capitalism: that it would lead unavoidably to imperialism monopolies and colonialism. He prophesied that those third world countries used merely as capitalist labour would have no choice but to join the Communist revolution in Russia. GREAT IDEAS. Throughout history some ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 234

Once A Greech

  [english | 1957]  

Evelyn Smith


Summary: [The mildest of men Iversen was capable of murder... to disprove Harkaways hypothesis that in the midst of life we are in life!]
Genres: [science fiction | post 1930 | short storyDownloads: 432

Once A Week

  [english | 1914]  

A Milne


Summary: [Witch Week is part of the Chrestomanci series of fantasy novels by Diana Wynne Jones. It was named a School Library Journal Book of the Year. Witch Week was first published in the United Kingdom in 1982 and in the United States of America in 1988.]
Genres: [short story collection | fiction and literature | humorDownloads: 439

Once Aboard The Lugger

  [english | ]  

Arthur Stuart Menteth Hutchinson


Excerpts: [... sisters had written after the funeral inviting her to come to them in England while she looked about her. She could recall every sentence of ...... uneasily mooning in the dining-room heated her wrath to wilder bubblings. Mr. Chater-a 'oly dam' terror in Mincing Lane, if his office-boy ...... Oh, do let's keep shop off the table, Bob snarled. Fair sickens me this never getting ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 14

Once Again on the Trade Unions The Current Situation and the Mistakes of Trotsky and Bukharin

  [english | 1908]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [Bolsheviks: Revolutionary wing of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party which under the leadership of Lenin led the working class to the taking of power in October 1917. Trotsky and his supporters joined the Bolshevik Party at its conference of July 1917 past differences between them having been resolved through the experience of the revolution. He was elected to the Bolshevik central ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 98

Once More About the International Socialist Bureau and the Liquidators

  [english | 1902]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [The Russian Revolution of 1917 was one of the seminal events of the early twentieth century. In the face of mounting opposition and disastrous defeats in World War I Tsar Nicholas II abdicated power and was replaced by the Provisional Government. It was not able to successfully disengage from the war or resolve the economic chaos that resulted from the collapse of the old regime. Because of these ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 172

Once More on Partyism and Non Partyism

  [english | 1915]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [ Vladimir Lenin was a Russian revolutionary leader and theorist who presided over the first government of Soviet Russia and then that of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Lenin was the leader of the radical socialist Bolshevik Party (later renamed the Communist Party) which seized power in the October phase of the Russian Revolution of 1917. After the revolution Lenin headed the ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 40

Once More on the Theory of Realization

  [english | 1916]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [Lenin and Trotsky had seen the Russian revolution merely as the prologue to the international revolution. In isolation backward Russia was not ready for socialism. The beginning of socialism meant a higher level of productive forces than even the most developed capitalist economy. This was only possible on a world scale. In the phrase of Lenin capitalism had broken at its weakest link. But the ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 219

Once On A Time

  [english | 1917]  

A Milne


Summary: [Once On A Time is a fairy tale created by A. A. Milne. Written in 1917 Milnes own introduction begins This is an odd book and indeed it is very difficult to classify. Ostensibly a typical fairytale it tells the story of the war between the kingdoms of Euralia and Barodia and the political shenanigans which take place in Euralia in the kings absence all supposedly rewritten by Milne from the ...]
Genres: [short story collection | humor | audiobookDownloads: 193
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