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Cantique De Nol

  [french | ]  

Charles Dickens

Summary: [Ce livre est trs joli. Ce qui est le plus important dans la vie est retrait dans chaque page. Je sais quil semble ennuyeux dire la meme chose toujours mais il est vrai. Je vous recommende le lire.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 11

Cantoni Il Volontario

  [italian | 1870]  

Giuseppe Garibaldi

Summary: [Giuseppe Garibaldi (was an Italian military and political figure. In his twenties he joined the Carbonari Italian patriot revolutionaries and fled Italy after a failed insurrection. Garibaldi took part in the War of the Farrapos and the Uruguayan Civil War leading the Italian Legion and afterward returned to Italy as a commander in the conflicts of the Risorgimento. He has been dubbed the Hero of ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 372

Caps And Capers

  [english | 1901]  

Gabrielle Jackson

Excerpts: [... fact for one little fleeting moment, thought Miss Preston, but, aloud, she asked: And do you think that I am not fully conscious of it, Mrs. ...... talking about the previous night's fun. It's no use talking you can't get ahead of Miss Preston, said one of the older girls. You may think ...... to work, every woman Jill of you. At ten-thirty all were again assembled in the big room, ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 408

Captain Boldheart The Latin Grammar Master

  [english | 1867]  

Charles Dickens

Excerpts: [... story contained herein was written by Charles Dickens in 1867. It is the third of four stories entitled Holiday Romance and was ...... made a bottle of Spanish liquorice-water, and entered on a career of valour. It were tedious to follow Boldheart (for such was his name) through the ...... his spy-glass. He strikes him. said another seaman, a mere stripling, but also with a ...]
Genres: [short story | young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 1

Captain Dieppe

  [english | 1899]  

Anthony Hope

Summary: [Captain Dieppe by Anthony Hope. Excerpt from the book... To the eye of an onlooker Captain Dieppe s circumstances afforded high spirits no opportunity and made ordinary cheerfulness a virtue which a stoic would not have disdained to own. Fresh from the failure of important plans if not exactly a fugitive still a man to whom recognition would be inconvenient and perhaps dangerous with fifty ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | adventureDownloads: 105

Captain Jinks Hero

  [english | 1902]  

Ernest Crosby

Summary: [Microfiche.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | humor | satireDownloads: 467

Captain Macedoine Daughter

  [english | 1920]  

William Mcfee

Summary: [On page 327: The Country Life Press.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | nautical | romanceDownloads: 49

Captain Mugford

  [english | 1869]  

W G Kingston

Summary: [Captain Mugford by W H G Kingston. While these thoughts were passing through my mind I heard the first mate say that be could make out something white on the shore which he took for a tent or a boat s sail. As we drew nearer it became evident that there was a tent but no human being was stirring that we could see. Nearer still a boat was observed drawn up on the rocks. On further inspection she ...]
Genres: [nautical | fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 140

Captain Pott Minister

  [english | 1922]  

Francis Le Roy Cooper

Summary: [Verso to t.p.: Norwood Press.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | romanceDownloads: 292

Captains All

  [english | 1909]  

W Jacobs

Excerpts: [... and Sam pretending in a most lifelike manner to take it. Ginger Dick looked round the room. It was a comfortable little place, with pictures ...... the clothes stripped off of it twice. He spent over arf an hour on his 'ands and knees looking for it, and Sam said when he was tired of playing bears ...... her. D'ye see.. I hear, corrected Mr. Travers, coldly. She clings to me, ...]
Genres: [short story collection | fiction and literatureDownloads: 473

Captivating Mary Carstairs

  [english | 1910]  

Henry Sydnor Harrison

Excerpts: [... Brahms ended with a crash. Balzac said that, he cried, rising abruptly, and said it better. But, good heavens, how you both miss the point. Why, ...... plans.. Chapter Ii. They Embark Upon A Crime.CHAPTER II. THEY EMBARK UPON A CRIME. Varney was wrong in one thing: Mr. Carstairs's Cypriani ...... not a bit of it. In fact, you hardly require me to tell you, Beany, that you were a ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 260

Carlos Broschi

  [spanish | 1912]  

Eugne Scribe

Excerpts: [... esta fortuna, aun despus de mi muerte, Fernando, ser preciso devolverla. Me lo jura. Fo en su honor. Pero si esa persona no apareciese, todos esos bienes ...... al pequeo Carlos, que era de mi edad, prximamente. Esperando su contestacin, Gerardo no respiraba y yo, plida y conmovida, temblaba de pies a cabeza. Agradablemente ...... y hacanos concebir las ms halageas esperanzas. ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | history | musicDownloads: 335

Carlota Angela

  [english | 1874]  

Camilo Castelo Branco

Summary: [Camilo Ferreira Botelho Castelo-Branco1st Viscount de Correia Botelho (March 16 1825 - June 1 1890) was a prolific Portuguese writer of the 19th century having authored over 260 books. His writing is overall considered original in that it combines the dramatic and sentimental spirit of Romanticism with a highly personal combination of sarcasm bitterness and dark humour. He is also celebrated for ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 414

Carnet Dun Inconnu

  [french | 1906]  

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Summary: [Super !]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 153


  [english | 1884]  

Hesba Stretton

Summary: [Carola Dodo Press by Hesba Stretton. Hesba Stretton 1832-1911 was the nom de plume of Sarah Smith an English author of children s literature. The name Hesba came from the initials of her siblings. She was the daughter of a bookseller from Wellington Shropshire but around 1867 she moved south and lived at Snaresbrook and Loughton near Epping Forest and at Ham near Richmond Surrey. Her moral tales ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 75

Casanova Homecoming

  [english | 1922]  

Arthur Schnitzler

Summary: [The murderer -- Casanovas homecoming -- Lieutenant Gustl -- Doctor Graesler.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 396

Cashel Byron Profession

  [english | 1882]  

George Bernard Shaw

Excerpts: [... the necessity for greater-much greater-application to his studies a word to him on the subject of rough habits and to sound him as to his choice ...... income equal to the year's earnings of five hundred workmen, and under no external compulsion to do anything in return for it. In addition to the ...... me remind you also, since you are so rich, that it would he a great folly for ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | romanceDownloads: 161


  [english | 1922]  

W Fraser

Summary: [Castes and Tribes of Southern India is a seven-volume encyclopedia of social groups of Madras Presidency and the princely states of Travancore Mysore Coorg and Pudukkottai published by British museologist Edgar Thurston and K. Rangachari in 1909.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 414

Castle Craneycrow

  [english | 1902]  

George Barr Mccutcheon

Summary: [BAL]
Genres: [fiction and literature | romance | women studiesDownloads: 484

Castles In The Air

  [english | 1921]  

Baroness Emmuska Orczy

Excerpts: [... clients, from the highest and the lowest in the land, you understand, people who wrote to me and confided in me to-day as kings and emperors had done ...... of the daring coup, whilst I was to be content with four hundred francs. Now, I am a man of deliberation as well as of action, and at this juncture-feeling ...... brother-in-law a few minutes before that mysterious and ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | short story collection | audiobookDownloads: 27
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