Books published in 1901

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A Cidade E As Serras

  [english | 1901]  

Eca de Queiroz


Summary: [nao tenhocomentrios]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 43

A Dream Of Armageddon

  [english | 1901]  

H Wells


Summary: [A Dream Of Armageddon by H G Wells. A mild-mannered 19th Century clerk dreams of being a world leader in an apocalyptic future. But is it just a dream ]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 262

A Dream Of Empire

  [english | 1901]  

William Henry Venable


Summary: [William Henry Venable (April 29 1836?1920) was an American author and educator.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 253

A Honeymoon In Space

  [english | 1901]  

George Griffith


Summary: [A Honeymoon In Space by George Griffith. A sci-fi novel]
Genres: [fiction | science fictionDownloads: 79

A Little Book Of Profitable Tales

  [english | 1901]  

Eugene Field


Summary: [Eugene Field Sr. (September 2 1850 ? November 4 1895) was an American writer best known for his childrens poetry and humorous essays.]
Genres: [young readers | short story collectionDownloads: 207

A Masque Of Days

  [english | 1901]  

Walter Crane


Summary: [Title printed on two leaves illustrated in colors.]
Genres: [short storyDownloads: 384

A Pair Of Patient Lovers

  [english | 1901]  

William Dean Howells


Summary: [William Dean Howells (March 1 1837 ? May 11 1920) was an American realist author and literary critic. He was known for the Christmas story Christmas Every Day and the novel The Rise of Silas Lapham.]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 159

Adventures Among Books

  [english | 1901]  

Andrew Lang


Excerpts: [... with the dearest of all friends, how -. The stag at eve had drunk his fill Where danced the moon on Monan's rill, And deep his midnight lair had ...... evolution before Mr. Darwin, that his system showed, so to speak, the spirit at work in evolution, the something within the wheels. But this was only ...... but in his own case the lad was never gone. Like Keats and Shelley, he was, ...]
Genres: [criticismDownloads: 54

Alfred Tennyson

  [english | 1901]  

Andrew Lang


Excerpts: [... here followed Shelley are the Italian scene of the story, the character of the versification, and the extraordinary luxuriance and exuberance of the ...... there was, assuredly, more than enough of the bizarre. There were no hyphens in the double epithets, and words like tendriltwine seemed provokingly ...... classical perfection of thought and form, is nowhere more remarkable than ...]
Genres: [biographyDownloads: 357

Amateur Fish Culture

  [english | 1901]  

Charles Edward Walker


Summary: [Amateur Fish Culture by Charles Edward Walker. Learn the fine art of raising fish in your own pond or body of water. From the book My aim in this little book has been to give information and hints which will prove useful to the amateur. Some of the plans and apparatus suggested would not be suitable for fish culture on a large scale but my object has been to confine myself entirely to operations ...]
Genres: [instructional | natureDownloads: 433

American Fairy Tales

  [english | 1901]  

Lyman Frank Baum


Summary: [12 Fairy Tales from the author of the Wizard of Oz series of books. Inspired by Lang and the Brothers Grimm Baum sought to create an American type of fairy tales avoiding the usual violence and roman often found in these sort of stories.]
Genres: [fiction | fantasy | short storiesDownloads: 240

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

An Organ of a Liberal Labour Policy

  [english | 1901]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [On 8th July 1917 Alexander Kerensky became the new leader of the Provisional Government. Kerensky was still the most popular man in the government because of his political past. In the Duma he had been leader of the moderate socialists and had been seen as the champion of the working-class. However Kerensky like George Lvov was unwilling to end the war. In fact soon after taking office he ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 10

Anna Lombard

  [english | 1901]  

Victoria Cross


Summary: [nice book]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literature | sexualityDownloads: 84

At the Uttermost Limit

  [english | 1901]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [The revolution and the introduction of a planned economy laid the basis for the transformation of Russia from the India of Europe to the second most powerful economy and country on the globe. Despite the squandering of the advantages of the planned economy by the monstrous one-party totalitarian regime which subsequently arose the Russian Revolution has been more than justified in the colossal ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 487

Avery

  [english | 1901]  

Elizabeth Stuart Phelps


Summary: [Avery by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. From Content Did you speak to me Molly ... No I m not feeling any worse. It s only getting up the stairs and ... something that tired me a little. I don t want Dr. Thorne. I can t call the doctor so often. I m no worse than ... I sometimes ... am. It s only that I cannot breathe.... Molly Molly Quick Molly The window Air As Molly dashed the window up Mrs. Avery s ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 195

Babylonian And Assyrian Literature

  [english | 1901]  

Anonymous


Summary: [This is a fascinating work.The author of the translation has created a superb poetical masterpiece.I wonder if the original is as eloquent as the translation.Great translation.I read it several times at gutenberg.org and tears flowed down my eyes:even in those remote days-four thousand years before-that land where my blood relativesthe ancestors lived were invaded by enemy.I would rather call ...]
Genres: [criticism | poetryDownloads: 261

Bell Cathedrals Chichester

  [english | 1901]  

Hubert Corlette


Excerpts: [... observe the relation of either to the past and to the present. Such an attitude as this requires that we refer to that period when the subject of this ...... towards the east was an apse, and that round this was carried the north and south choir aisles in the form of a continuous ambulatory. From this ...... as it is commonly misnamed, was nearly all newly built from the ...]
Genres: [travelDownloads: 84

Bell Cathedrals The Cathedral Church Of Ely

  [english | 1901]  

W Sweeting


Excerpts: [... York. This Ebba was afterwards canonised, and her name is preserved in the name of the promontory on the coast of Berwickshire known as S. Abb's Head. After ...... undertook the cost. At West Halton, the next village to Winteringham (as Bentham has observed), the church is dedicated to S. Etheldreda and this place ...... were by no means regardless of the domestic buildings of the ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 75

Bell Cathedrals The Cathedral Church Of Ripon

  [english | 1901]  

Cecil Walter Charles Hallett


Excerpts: [... by the same person was perhaps the origin of the subsequent connection of Ripon with the Archbishops of York.[1] Wilfrid insisted on going to be consecrated ...... at Ripon, and it may be interesting to recall here the part which this monastery had played in the history of the Church. Its first abbot, Eata, had ...... architecture. There is perhaps no more important example of the ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 187
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