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David

  [english | ]  

Charles Kingsley


Summary: [The History of England (sometimes referred to as The History of Great Britain) (1754-62) is David Humes great historical work written while he was serving as librarian to the Edinburgh Faculty of Advocates and published in six volumes in 1754 1756 1759 and 1762. His History became a best-seller finally giving him the financial independence he had long sought. (Both the British Library and the ...]
Genres: [religionDownloads: 431

David And The Phoenix

  [english | 1957]  

Edward Ormondroyd


Summary: [Bibliography: p. 307-317.]
Genres: [adventure | fantasy | humorDownloads: 146

David Copperfield

  [english | 1850]  

Charles Dickens


Summary: [David Copperfield is the novel that draws most closely from Charles Dickenss own life. Its eponymous hero orphaned as a boy grows up to discover love and happiness heartbreak and sorrow amid a cast of eccentrics innocents and villains. Praising Dickenss power of invention Somerset Maugham wrote: There were never such people as the Micawbers Peggotty and Barkis Traddles Betsey Trotwood and Mr. ...]
Genres: [fictionDownloads: 444

David Copperfield I

  [english | ]  

Charles Dickens


Excerpts: [... Ei, vastasi hanen tyttarensa. Me olemme kaikki iloista vakea taalla, kiitos Jumalan! Emmeko ole, isa? Mina toivon niin, rakkaani, ...... hanen pieni sisarensa -kuvaili pikku piruja pantomimeissa. Ei mitkaan sanat saata lausua sita salaista sielun tuskaa, johon vaivuin tassa ...... Koska kuitenkin yksi meidan miehista, minun kysyttyani, kertoi minulle, etta namat paikat kaikki ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 442

David Copperfield Ii

  [english | ]  

Charles Dickens


Excerpts: [... olivat niinkuin pahantekian. Kun Sarah oli toipunut, taytyi meidan viela ilmoittaa asia toisille kahdeksalle ja se vaikutti eri lailla heihin, ...... Jonka sanottuaan han varpaillansa meni oven luo, jonka mina olin jattanyt auki, ja sulki sen tarkasti. Han palasi sitten takaisin ja rupesi ...... liharuokia, kuin mitaan muuta. Kuinka mina samanlaisella uneksivalla tavalla pidan ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 360

David Copperfield Tome I

  [french | 1850]  

Charles Dickens


Summary: [La vie de David Copperfield est sans histoire jusquau jour o sa mre se remarie. Maltrait par son beau-pre envoy en pension David commence une lente descente aux enfers. Travaillant Londres pour survivre il na plus quune ide en tte: senfuir et retrouver le bonheur perdu... Mais il ne peux compter que sur lui et la providence pour sen sortir...]
Genres: [fiction | juvenileDownloads: 167

David Copperfield Tome Ii

  [french | 1950]  

Charles Dickens


Summary: [La vie de David Copperfield est sans histoire jusquau jour o sa mre se remarie. Maltrait par son beau-pre envoy en pension David commence une lente descente aux enfers. Travaillant Londres pour survivre il na plus quune ide en tte: senfuir et retrouver le bonheur perdu... Mais il ne peux compter que sur lui et la providence pour sen sortir...]
Genres: [fiction | juvenileDownloads: 375

David Dunne

  [english | 1912]  

Belle Kanaris Maniates


Excerpts: [... Not to send something in return would have been an unpardonable breach of country etiquette. Your mother said your hens weren't laying, she said. The ...... to live about here. I ran away eight years ago when I was just your age.. What is your name. asked David interestedly. Joe Forbes.. Oh, ...... little shaver. Janey must be the baby.. She's eight now.. I remember you, David. You ...]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 43

David Harum

  [english | ]  

Edward Noyes Westcott


Excerpts: [... our time for retiring. I should say, was the rejoinder, that that was very much the proper thing. Whether or not he comes here too often is ...... I see you are still in the Careys' office, but from what you told me last summer I conclude that you are there because you have not found anything ...... to pay your gettin' back to N'York. You may want it in a hurry, and with this ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 434

David Lannarck Midget

  [english | 1951]  

George Harney


Summary: [Bibliography: p. 307-317.]
Genres: [westernDownloads: 221

David Ramms Arv

  [swedish | 1919]  

Dan Andersson


Summary: [Bibliography: p. 307-317.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 127

David Swan

  [english | 1837]  

Nathaniel Hawthorne


Summary: [David Swan by Nathaniel Hawthorne. We can be but partially acquainted even with the events which actually influence our course through life and our final destiny. There are innumerable other events if such they may be called which come close upon us yet pass away without actual results or even betraying their near approach by the reflection of any light or shadow across our minds. Could we know ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 286

David The Shepherd Boy

  [english | ]  

Amy Steedman


Summary: [Bibliography: p. 307-317.]
Genres: [religion | young readersDownloads: 445

Davy And The Goblin

  [english | 1884]  

Charles Carryl


Summary: [A little boy who believes that fairies and goblins are strictly creatures of fantasy gets taken on a Believing Voyage by a hobgoblin.]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 187

Dawn

  [english | 1884]  

Henry Rider Haggard


Summary: [Boris Yeltsin: From Dawn to Dusk is a 1997 memoir book by Aleksandr Korzhakov former head of Boris Yeltsins security. In it Korzhakov describes eleven years of his service and the personality of his patron first president of Russia. Yeltsin is portrayed as a heavy-drinker who hides his health problems. Korzhakov claims that he was offered 5 million for not publishing this book by business ...]
Genres: [fictionDownloads: 423

Dawn Of All

  [english | 1911]  

Robert Hugh Benson


Summary: [Boris Yeltsin: From Dawn to Dusk is a 1997 memoir book by Aleksandr Korzhakov former head of Boris Yeltsins security. In it Korzhakov describes eleven years of his service and the personality of his patron first president of Russia. Yeltsin is portrayed as a heavy-drinker who hides his health problems. Korzhakov claims that he was offered 5 million for not publishing this book by business ...]
Genres: [fiction | religious | science fictionDownloads: 219

Dawn Of Flame

  [english | 1939]  

Stanley Grauman Weinbaum


Summary: [An abridged version of the tale of orphaned eleven-year-old Pollyanna who comes to live with austere and wealthy Aunt Polly bringing happiness to her aunt and other members of the community through her philosophy of gladness.]
Genres: [fiction | science fiction | short storiesDownloads: 52

Dawn Ohara The Girl Who Laughed

  [english | 1911]  

Edna Ferber


Summary: [An abridged version of the tale of orphaned eleven-year-old Pollyanna who comes to live with austere and wealthy Aunt Polly bringing happiness to her aunt and other members of the community through her philosophy of gladness.]
Genres: [audiobook | fiction and literature | romanceDownloads: 341

Day Of Infamy

  [english | ]  

Franklin Delano Roosevelt


Excerpts: [... Day of Infamy Speech Given before the US Congress December 8 1941 Mr. Vice President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the Senate, ...... Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 -a date which will live in infamy -the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked ...... at peace with that nation and, at the solicitation of Japan, was still in conversation with its government and its ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 122

Day Of The Moron

  [english | 1951]  

Henry Beam Piper


Summary: [Its natural to trust the unproven word of the fellow whos on my side--but the emotional moron is on no ones side not even his own. Once such an emotional moron could at worst hurt a few. But with the mighty leashed forces Man employs now....]
Genres: [fiction | science fiction | short storiesDownloads: 417
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