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- Books about Operas
- Biographies of Musicians
- Books Illustrated by Gustave Dore
-- including the Bible, Don Quixote, Rabelais, and Dante.
Books for Time Travelers -- Travel books from yesteryear that could
come in handy the next time you travel backwards in time or for
historical research. These books provide first-hand
accounts of what it was like to live in distant times.
For instance, "The Art of Travel" by Francis Galton (1872)
gives advice on every detail you would have to take care of before
going on a expedition to Africa, the Far East, or America's Wild West. Herodotus,
Strabo, Benjamin of Tudela, Gerald of Wales,
Marco Polo, Lewis and Clark, Mark Twain, Richard
Burton, Time and Time-Tellers, How to Travel, and The
Art of Travel.
- Women! Women! Women -- Ebooks
- The War of the Sexes
(Victorian Style) -- Ebooks about differences and conflicts between
men and women, first published in the 19th century and early in the
- Varieties of
Christian Revelation -- St. Augustine, St. Thomas
Aquinas, Thomas a Kempis, Martin Luther, John
Calvin, John Bunyan, Emanuel Swedenborg, Jonathan
Edwards, Anne Catherine Emmerich, John Henry
Newman, Joseph Smith, Mary Baker Eddy, Ellen
White, Charles Spurgeon, Lewis Sperry Chafer, and 1096
Religion Books by Download.
Mary L. Day Arms, Helen Keller, Kate M. Foley,
John Milton, Homer, Rudyard Kipling, and
- U. S Presidents in
their own words. Ebooks by Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln,
and Theodore Roosevelt. And collections of works by US Presidents.ions of
works by US Presidents. Detail
- King Arthur, Camelot, and
Knights of the Round Table -- Ebooks
of Arthurian Romance: Thomas Bulfinch, Howard Pyle, Nennius,
Wace, Mabinogion, Sir Gawain, Holy
Grail, Morien, Chrétien de Troyes, Thomas Malory,
Jessie Weston, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Mark Twain.
- When in Rome - Ebooks
Livy, Sallust, Julius Caesar, Suetonius,
Tacitus, Cassius Dio, Ammanius Marcellinus, Procopius,
Cassiodorus, Jordanes, Edward Gibbon, Theodor
- Wild Eastern Women - Stay
East Young Woman - Classic American authors who found inspiration,
adventure, drama, mystery, and love in the East rather than the West: Margaret
Fuller Ossoli, Helen Keller, Louisa May Alcott,
Margaret Sidney, Edith Wharton, Mary Roberts
Rinehart, Eleanor Porter, Anna Katharine Green, Willa
Cather, Emily Dickinson, Grace Richmond, Kate
Douglas Wiggin, Mercy Otis Warren, and Edna St. Vincent
- Lots of Laughs - American
Humor Classics: Marshall P. Wilder, Mark Twain, O.
Henry, Joel Chandler Harris, Ambrose Bierce, and Abraham
- First Drafts: Obscure but
Fascinating Books that Inspired Well-Known Novels and Movies
- The Shape of Living - Books
about Architecture: John Ruskin, William
Morris, Vitruvius, Viollet-le-Duc, A. D.
F. Hamlin, W. Robinson, and Mrs. Arthur Bell.
- Wild Western Women
-Books about the Wild West by American and Canadian Women: Willa
Cather, Mary Hallock Foote, Gertrude Atherton, B. M. Bower (Bertha
Sinclair), E. Pauline Johnson, Catherine Parr Traill, Helen Hunt
Jackson, Mrs. M. Burk (Calamity Jane), Kathleen Norris, Charles Egbert
Craddock (Mary Noailles Murfree), Mary Hunter Austin, and Caroline
- On the Road Again -
Books about Roads and Highways: Hulbert (Historic Highways),
Hamlin Garland, Jack London, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Thomas Telford by
Samuel Smiles, William Still, and L. Frank Baum.
- Tale Spins - Interwoven
collections of stories by Apuleius, the Arabian Nights authors,
Chaucer, Boccaccio, Rabelais, Ariosto, Marguerite de Navarre, Balzac,
Hawthorne, Poe, Kipling, Joel Chandler Harris, Maupassant, O.
Henry, and Sherwood Anderson. Plus a "package" of
3,952 short stories in plain text format.
- It's a Lives! Vasari's
Plutarch's Lives, Suetonius' Live, Boswell's Life of Johnson and
Classic Biography (590 books in plain text format)
Works of Shakespeare and illustrated books of
art. Two unrelated concepts linked together for the fun of it.
- The House Wins:
Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, and Margaret Sidney,
all of whom lived in the same house in Concord, MA, at different Times
- Who done it?
novels and stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes), E. W.
Hornung (Raffles), Wilkie Collins, Anna Katharine Green, Mary Roberts
Rinehart, Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Emile Gaboriau, James Buchan,
Mauice Leblanc, and Gaston Leroux.
- The James Brothers: Philosophy
and psychology by William James and fiction by his brother Henry James
- Hail to Thee, Blythe
Frankenstein: Books by the Shelley Clan - Percy Bysshe
Shelley, his wife Mary Shelley, her father William Godwin, and her
mother Mary Wollstonecraft
- Les Lincolns d'Argo:
Les Miserables, Abraham Lincoln, Argo, and Anna Karenina
- Love and Status: Jane
Austen and Her Forerunners
- Romance of the South Pacfic:
Books by Conrad, London, Melville, Stevenson, Becke, Darwin, and
Ticket to Oz
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