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Americans All

  [english | ]  

Benjamin Heydrick


Summary: [America and Americans is a 1966 collection of John Steinbecks journalism.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 483

Americans And Others

  [english | 1912]  

Agnes Repplier


Summary: [America and Americans is a 1966 collection of John Steinbecks journalism.]
Genres: [essays | audiobookDownloads: 170

Amerigo Vespucci

  [english | 1907]  

Frederick Ober


Excerpts: [... VOYAGE 101. VIII. WITH OJEDA THE FIGHTER 126. IX. CANNIBALS, GIANTS, AND PEARLS 138. X. FAMOUS FELLOW-VOYAGERS 148. XI. ON THE COAST OF BRAZIL ...... you another letter which, some days since, I wrote to a friend of mine, a servant of the King of Portugal before the wars of Castile, in answer to another ...... quarter of the century in which the first-named of this distinguished ...]
Genres: [history | biographyDownloads: 98

Amerikanische Wald Und Strombilder Erster Band

  [german | 1862]  

Friedrich Gerstcker


Summary: [Friedrich Gerstcker (May 10 1816 Hamburg - May 31 1872 Braunschweig) was a German traveler and novelist.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 304

Amis And Amile

  [english | ]  

Eugene Mason


Summary: [Amis And Amile by Eugene Mason. Then forthwith they lighted from their steeds and clasped and kissed each the other giving grace to God Who granteth the treasure to the seeker. Moreover upon the guard of Amile s sword wherein was set a holy relic they swore faith and friendship and fellowship to death the one with the other. So set they forth from that place riding together to the Court of ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 478

Amis And Amiloun

  [english | ]  

Edith Rickert


Summary: [Amis And Amiloun by Edith Rickert. Thou art a gentle knight and I am a gay bride in bower of high lineage and so do I love thee all the while that my joy is forlorn Plight me thy troth to be true and to change me for no other that is born in this world and I will plight thee mine never to be forsworn till God and death do part us ]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 79

Amnesia Mist Memoir

  [english | 2001]  

Richard Kadrey


Excerpts: [... cat feet. He couldn't have been more wrong. Fog lumbers in like a hung-over logger at the tail-end of a four-day drunk. Fog is the embodiment of forgetfulness. ...... the thing or whether it really existed or not. Fog slips. It falls over hills and rolls down sidewalks, shaking trees and misting the windows of parked cars. ...... decided that it was more important to the Earth than ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 492

Amo

  [german | 1912]  

Henry Van De Velde


Excerpts: [... da das eine naturgem nach Bettigung verlangt, whrend das andere passiver Natur ist. Wohl mglich, da eine abwartende Haltung nicht mehr in die ...... und den nicht mehr ohne weiteres lieben knnen, der uns Glauben bietet. Einerseits war es uns im Gebiet der Architektur und des Kunstgewerbes seit ...... niemals einen anderen Zweck gehabt hatten, als gerade diesen symbolischen Sinn und ...]
Genres: [essaysDownloads: 322

Among Malay Pirates

  [english | 1905]  

G Henty


Summary: [Blessed few typos. Malay story plot ok but writing stilted. The several short stories following are better done.]
Genres: [nautical | adventure | pirate talesDownloads: 133

Among Malay Pirates A Tale Of Adventure And Peril

  [english | 1905]  

G Henty


Summary: [In this collection of shorter stories we visit Malay pirates have a couple of tales of India a shipwreck off the Channel Islands and a bursting dam in California and finish off escaping from captivity in China.]
Genres: [fiction | action adventure | short storiesDownloads: 467

Among The Farmyard People

  [english | 1899]  

Clara Dillingham Pierson


Excerpts: [... know the Doves stay at home all winter, and so it makes a great change when their neighbors, the Swallows, return. They are firm friends in spite of ...... while on top of these buildings were large bells singing, 'Ding dong, ding dong, ding dong.'. I don't think that was a very pretty song, said ...... that day to this, nobody in the poultry yard has ever spoken of the shiny egg, ...]
Genres: [young readers | nature | fiction and literatureDownloads: 304

Among The Forces

  [english | 1898]  

Henry White Warren


Excerpts: [... of these forces are most likely to do it. THE MAN WHO NEEDED 452,696 BARRELS OF WATER. A man once had a large field of wheat. He had toiled hard ...... of water, and proposed to pump it out so as to have that much more fertile land. They wanted to raise 35,000,000 tons of water a month a distance of ...... It takes hold and pulls, unweariedly, unvaryingly, and ceaselessly. It turns ...]
Genres: [religionDownloads: 30

Among The Great Masters Of Music

  [english | 1906]  

Walter Rowlands


Excerpts: [... put to death. And Cecilia, having washed their bodies with her tears, and wrapped them in her robes, buried them together in the cemetery of Calixtus. ...... of music, broken and unstrung. Of the colouring I do not speak it eclipses nature, yet has all her truth and softness.. Dryden's Song ...... but fortunately this sweeping reform met with a vigorous protest from others. At last ...]
Genres: [music | biography | non fictionDownloads: 227

Among The Meadow People

  [english | 1901]  

Clara Dillingham Pierson


Summary: [MANY of these stories of field life were written for the little ones of my kindergarten and they gave so much pleasure and aroused such a new interest in the meadow people that it has seemed wise to collect and add to the original number and send them out to a larger circle of boys and girls.All mothers and teachers hear the cry for just one more and find that there are times when the bewitching ...]
Genres: [fiction | juvenileDownloads: 292

Among The Millet And Other Poems

  [english | 1888]  

Archibald Lampman


Excerpts: [... 64. The Weaver 67. The Three Pilgrims 69. The Coming of Winter ...... soul, and bade you pipe for her. In those mute days when spring was in her glee,. And hope was strong, we knew not why or how,. And earth, the mother, ...... street. Into the arms of our mother we come,. Our broad strong mother, the innocent earth,. Mother of all things beautiful, blameless,. Mother ...... ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 3

Among The Mushrooms

  [english | 1900]  

Caroline Burgin


Excerpts: [... reward us during our strolls, but there are plants to be found and gathered, and when these fail us, then the bright-hued mushrooms may arrest our attention. ...... felt, from which the fruit arises at its extreme edge the soil in the inner part of the disc is exhausted, and the spawn dies or becomes effete ...... grows the stem lengthens, the cap expands and bursts the veil that ...]
Genres: [natureDownloads: 267

Among The Night People

  [english | ]  

Clara Dillingham Pierson


Excerpts: [... but who would not run on an errand alone after the lamps were lighted. They never seemed to think what a beautiful, restful, growing time the night is ...... the water with their heads just below the surface and their tails down. When a Wiggler is old enough for this, he is called a Pupa, or half-grown one. There ...... with the scent of wild violets and every one was happy. ...]
Genres: [young readers | natureDownloads: 148

Among The Panthans

  [english | 1891]  

William Murray Graydon


Summary: [Excerpt:When Jack Chetwynd dropped into the Bundar Cafe at Delhi one scorching afternoon in September of last year and informed me that we were ordered off to the Punjaub I could have shouted for joy. I did not do it though for I well knew how scornfully Jack would regard any such demonstration. I merely nodded my head lazily and went on reading the Post with as much calmness as if such news was ...]
Genres: [war | short storyDownloads: 428

Among The Pathans

  [english | 1891]  

William Murray Graydon


Summary: [Excerpt:When Jack Chetwynd dropped into the Bundar Cafe at Delhi one scorching afternoon in September of last year and informed me that we were ordered off to the Punjaub I could have shouted for joy. I did not do it though for I well knew how scornfully Jack would regard any such demonstration. I merely nodded my head lazily and went on reading the Post with as much calmness as if such news was ...]
Genres: [fiction | action adventure | short storiesDownloads: 377

Among The Pines

  [english | 1862]  

Edmund Kirke


Excerpts: [... was a strange one. When a boy, he was with his mother, kidnapped by a hostile tribe, and sold to the traders at Cape Lopez, on the western coast of ...... horse's head, we pursued this path for a short distance, when emerging from the pine-forest, over whose sandy barrens we had ridden all the day, a broad ...... of a bell in the hall, and some ten or twelve men and women ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 66
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