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A to Zed Collection, The by VARIOUS

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A collection of pieces, both fiction and non-fiction, that have as its subject a word beginning with a specific letter of the English alphabet. Subjects can range from coffee to tea, animals to vampires, law to emotions.
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Pleasure Cycling by CLYDE, Henry

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"In this little book, the writer, looking back to his own days of inexperience in cycling, has endeavored to furnish some useful information and advice to those who intend joining the army of wheelmen, or who, in their first season on the road, are beginning to appreciate the healthy pleasure which cycling brings. The book [is] especially intended to aid the amateur rider of the safety bicycle in the intelligent use of his wheel. Further, the writer has attempted, perhaps too emphatically as some may think, to commend the merits of bicycling as a means towards innocent enjoyment and healthy living." Written in 1895, one year before Henry Ford invented his first "quadricycle", this book presents an idyllic picture of cycling before the era of cars. (Summary modified from the preface)
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House on the Borderland (Version 2), The by HODGSON, William Hope

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This story helped propel 19th Century gothic fiction in the direction of “cosmic” horror. In fact, H.P. Lovecraft lists it as among his greatest influences. It begins simply enough: with two friends stumbling upon a ruined and curious house while vacationing in a remote village. After reading the tattered journal of the old recluse who lived there, they are shocked to discover an interdimensional, reality-bending nightmare full of nearly-indescribable horrors that range from demons, to bestial (somewhat Lovecraftian) monsters, and devastating parasitic fungal diseases. - Summary by jvanstan
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Amphibians and Reptiles in Captivity by Various Authors

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In recent years the number of people interested in keeping amphibians and reptiles in captivity has grown rapidly. All too often, these same people have little knowledge of the proper care needed for their captives, nor do they know where to turn in order to learn the needs of their animals. It is the intent of the authors of this special issue to offer the proper information needed to successfully keep amphibians and reptiles in captivity. We are by no means THE experts on the subject, nor do we claim to cover all the facts. However, we do hope that enough information is furnished to answer most of the common questions asked by people. - Summary by Tom R. Johnson
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The Mind And Its Education by BETTS, George Herbert

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"We are to study the mind and its education; but how? It is easy to understand how we may investigate the great world of material things about us; for we can see it, touch it, weigh it, or measure it. But how are we to discover the nature of the mind, or come to know the processes by which consciousness works? For mind is intangible; we cannot see it, feel it, taste it, or handle it. Mind belongs not to the realm of matter which is known to the senses, but to the realm of spirit, which the senses can never grasp. And yet the mind can be known and studied as truly and as scientifically as can the world of matter." This book of over a hundred years is full of useful and practical information. The author's elegant use of referencing poetry and literature in forming mental images as a way of educating our creative minds makes for a most pleasurable read. - Summary by Mike Justice and from the text
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Calendar of Sonnets (Version 3), A by JACKSON, Helen Hunt

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Helen Hunt Jackson wrote poetry, nonfiction and fiction and was a popular author in her own time. This sonnet sequence reviews the months of the year and demonstrates her poetic talent. - Summary by Newgatenovelist
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Calendar of Sonnets (Version 3), A by JACKSON, Helen Hunt

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Helen Hunt Jackson wrote poetry, nonfiction and fiction and was a popular author in her own time. This sonnet sequence reviews the months of the year and demonstrates her poetic talent. - Summary by Newgatenovelist
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Uncle Wiggily's Automobile by GARIS, Howard R.

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The irrepressible Uncle Wiggily falls ill and Dr. Possum prescribes "an automobile drive before every meal". thus Uncle Wiggly buys an automobile and sets out to be heals. His many adventures are filled with ducks, squirrels, crows and other excited animals so if you have always secretly wished to be one of these, this is you chance to do it. - Summary by phil chenevert
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Uncle Wiggily's Automobile by GARIS, Howard R.

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The irrepressible Uncle Wiggily falls ill and Dr. Possum prescribes "an automobile drive before every meal". thus Uncle Wiggly buys an automobile and sets out to be heals. His many adventures are filled with ducks, squirrels, crows and other excited animals so if you have always secretly wished to be one of these, this is you chance to do it. - Summary by phil chenevert
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State of the Union Addresses by United States Presidents (1889 - 1892) by HARRISON, Benjamin

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The State of the Union address is a speech presented by the President of the United States to a joint session of the United States Congress, typically delivered annually. The address not only reports on the condition of the nation but also allows the President to outline his legislative agenda (for which he needs the cooperation of Congress) and national priorities. This album contains recordings of addresses from Benjamin Harrison. - Summary by Wikipedia
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Final Report of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments by ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RADIATION EXPERIMENTS

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Researchers in the United States have performed thousands of human radiation experiments to determine the effects of atomic radiation and radioactive contamination on the human body. Most of these tests were performed, funded, or supervised by the United States military, Atomic Energy Commission, or various other U.S. federal government agencies. The experiments included a wide array of studies, involving things like feeding radioactive food to mentally disabled children, deliberately releasing radioactive chemicals over U.S. and Canadian cities, measuring the health effects of radioactive fallout from nuclear bomb tests, and irradiating the testicles of prison inmates, among other things. Much information about these programs was classified and kept secret. In the 1990s Eileen Welsome's reports on radiation testing for The Albuquerque Tribune prompted the creation of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments by executive order of president Bill Clinton in order to monitor government tests; it published results in 1995. (Summary modified from Wikipedia)
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3 Science Fiction Stories by TENN, William

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These are three imaginative SF stories by an author I admire a lot, William Tenn. Venus is a Man's World, (Galaxy Science Fiction, July 1951), Project Hush (Galaxy Science Fiction, 1954_ and Of All Possible Worlds. (Galaxy, Sept 1956) - Summary by phil chenevert
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A bunch of keys, where they were found and what they might have unlocked - A Christmas book by VARIOUS and HOOD, Tom

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This is a little collection of short stories, written by different authors and published in 1865. It is a Christmas book, and the stories will make you feel an old-fashioned Christmas spirit. All stories relate to a key that opens something, be it a door, a box, or a heart. - Summary by Carolin
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Voyage Out, The by WOOLF, Virginia

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Rachel Vinrace embarks for South America on her father's ship and is launched on a course of self-discovery in a kind of modern mythical voyage. The mismatched jumble of passengers provide Woolf with an opportunity to satirise Edwardian life. The novel introduces Clarissa Dalloway, the central character of Woolf's later novel, Mrs Dalloway. Two of the other characters were modelled after important figures in Woolf's life. St John Hirst is a fictional portrayal of Lytton Strachey and Helen Ambrose is to some extent inspired by Woolf's sister, Vanessa Bell.[7] Rachel's journey from a cloistered life in a London suburb to freedom, challenging intellectual discourse and discovery very likely reflects Woolf's own journey from a repressive household to the intellectual stimulation of the Bloomsbury Group.
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Authoritative Life of General William Booth, The by RAILTON, George Scott

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William Booth, together with his wife Catherine founded a small mission in London which eventually expanded to become a global movement, carrying the Christian gospel message of salvation and holiness under the banner of the Salvation Army. While never losing his sharp focus on personal transformation that saved men and women from the depths of despair, Booth put faith into action by caring for the temporal needs of society wherever the Army gained a foothold. George Scott Railton was the first Commissioner in the Salvation Army and second in command, working closely and intimately with Booth, and traveling extensively around the world. He presents here a comprehensive biography of the man who changed history; Included are many tributes to the General after his death, and further chapters on the spirit of the Army and its work. - Summary by Larry Wilson
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Authoritative Life of General William Booth, The by RAILTON, George Scott

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William Booth, together with his wife Catherine founded a small mission in London which eventually expanded to become a global movement, carrying the Christian gospel message of salvation and holiness under the banner of the Salvation Army. While never losing his sharp focus on personal transformation that saved men and women from the depths of despair, Booth put faith into action by caring for the temporal needs of society wherever the Army gained a foothold. George Scott Railton was the first Commissioner in the Salvation Army and second in command, working closely and intimately with Booth, and traveling extensively around the world. He presents here a comprehensive biography of the man who changed history; Included are many tributes to the General after his death, and further chapters on the spirit of the Army and its work. - Summary by Larry Wilson
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Coffee Break Collection 23 -- Mysteries, Riddles and Conundrums by VARIOUS

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This is the twenty-third Coffee Break Collection, in which Librivox readers select English language public domain works of about 15 minutes or less in duration -- perfect to listen to during commutes, workouts or coffee breaks. The topic for this collection is Mysteries, Puzzles and Conundrums. Short mystery fiction, puzzles that have baffled generations, whether solved or unsolved and anything our forefathers have struggled to explain. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, prose, essays...who knows what you will discover?
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Coffee Break Collection 23 -- Mysteries, Riddles and Conundrums by VARIOUS

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This is the twenty-third Coffee Break Collection, in which Librivox readers select English language public domain works of about 15 minutes or less in duration -- perfect to listen to during commutes, workouts or coffee breaks. The topic for this collection is Mysteries, Puzzles and Conundrums. Short mystery fiction, puzzles that have baffled generations, whether solved or unsolved and anything our forefathers have struggled to explain. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, prose, essays...who knows what you will discover?
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Four Stragglers, The by PACKARD, Frank L.

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This thrilling novel teems with intrigue and unforgettable characters. It opens during WWI with a few allied soldiers lost at night behind German lines. One of them shoots at another in the darkness. Members of a criminal gang before the war, the men resume their unlawful activities when peacetime returns. The gang’s leader receives a letter that results in his leaving London for a small island off the Florida Keys. He is “as clever a scoundrel and as miserable, inhuman and unscrupulous a one as ever blasphemed the image in which God made him… He is without conscience, ruthless, a fiend who would do honour to hell itself."
Frank L. Packard authored many popular novels, several of which were made into movies, including a series in which he originated the idea of a heroic crime fighter with a secret double identity. --Lee Smalley
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Lion Loose by SCHMITZ, James H.

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The most dangerous of animals is not the biggest and fiercest—but the one that's hardest to stop. Add intelligence to that ... and you may come to a wrong conclusion as to what the worst menace is.... - Summary by Analog Science Fact & Fiction
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Colored People of Chicago, The by BOWEN, Louise DeKoven

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This book presents a summary of the findings conducted by the the Juvenile Protective Association in Chicago before the changes brought on by the war-time economy. The study's researchers were A. P. Drucker, Sophia Boaz, A. L. Harris, and Miriam Schaffner. Its author, Louise DeKoven Bowen was a well-known philanthropist and suffragist in Chicago. The summary makes no strong argument on its own, but presents simple facts and observations that would alert the reader to the need for social and economic reform in the city. - Summary by KevinS
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Roots of the Mountains, The by MORRIS, William

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The Roots of the Mountains was the second in a projected series of three historical novels set in a pre-medieval Germanic world (the third was not completed). It follows the themes of House of the Wolfings, which was published in the same year, into a later generation. A loose alliance of Dalesmen, Woodlanders and Shepherds who have lived in peace around the valley of Burgdale for so long that they barely remember war, find their peace disturbed by the Sons of the Wolf and the invading Dusky Men. Morris’s exploration of the social and economic organization of this fictional pre-medieval world reflects his socialism; the figure of the Dusky Men (unable to breed with the Germanic tribes and slaughtered without compassion) reflects the racial politics of his times. Long neglected, Morris’s two Germanic novels were rediscovered when they were published as the sixteenth and nineteenth volumes in the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library. - Summary by Phil Benson
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Statement of Stella Maberly, The by ANSTEY, F.

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From childhood Stella Maberly has been violently wilful and jealous, yet certain of her own superiority. She can be loving and friendly, but soon loses friends, when in the grip of her “demons” she acts with disdain and subtle cruelty, and then revels in the misery of her loneliness. Her paranoia results in tragedy for her best friend Evelyn, and Stella comes to believe that Evelyn is possessed by an evil spirit. In this statement Stella reflects on the events leading to her present situation...Was the evil imagined? Who was “possessed”? Is Stella to be blamed or pitied? This story can be seen from two viewpoints: do we take the words of the other characters literally at face value, or are we being influenced by Stella's interpretation? It’s fun to try interpreting from both angles! (Summary by Anne F)
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Raid of Dover: A Romance of the Reign of Woman A.D. 1940, The by FORD, Douglas Morey

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Britain is ruled by women who experience invasion and natural disasters. Men eventually figure out a plan to regain power to replace the government. - Summary by Kirk Z
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Supreme Cases from 1803-2010 by UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

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Various Supreme Court decisions from - 1803-2010 - Summary by Soupy
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Dream of Gerontius, The by NEWMAN, John Henry

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As a rule, when Cardinal Newman's poetry is mentioned, people think of "The Pillar of the Cloud," better known as "Lead, Kindly Light." This lyric is only one of the many beautiful poems written by an author whose fame as a writer of the finest modern prose in the English language has eclipsed his reputation as a poet. Nevertheless, he wrote a very great poem, "The Dream of Gerontius"—a poem which the intellectual world admires more and more every year, and which yields its best only after careful study and consideration. It has been described as a metrical meditation on death. It is more than that; it is the realization by means of a loving heart and a poetic imagination of the state of a just soul after death,—Gerontius typifying not the soul of a particular person imagined by Cardinal Newman, but your soul, my soul, any soul which may be fortunate enough to satisfy the judging and merciful God. No poet has ever presented the condition of the soul, as made known by the theology of the Catholic Church, so forcibly and appealingly as Cardinal Newman. - Summary by Maurice Francis Egan
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October by CRAIK, Dinah Maria Mulock

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LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of October by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for October 6, 2019.
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Dinah Maria Craik was an English novelist and poet. She is best remembered for her novel John Halifax, Gentleman, which presents the ideals of English middle-class life. - Summary by Wikipedia
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Princes and Poisoners: Studies of the Court of Louis XIV by FUNCK-BRENTANO, Frantz

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The court of French King Louis XIV was not a safe place to be. It was filled with plots and intrigues, leaving observers and commentators with more questions than answers among speculation and innuendo. Funck-Brentano was a scholar, librarian and expert on the political climate of eighteenth century France. Backing up his work with research in the archives of the Bastille, he attempts to explain and throw light on the tumultuous times. - Summary by Lynne Thompson
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England In The Middle Ages by O'NEILL, Elizabeth

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A short study examining the historical framework of England from the period of the Norman Conquest to the end of the fifteenth century. The period from the Norman Conquest to the end of the fifteenth century may be conveniently and aptly labelled "Mediæval". Rich and varied as were the phases of its life, it has a certain homogeneity which marks it clearly off from the days before the Conquest and from the Tudor period. (- From the Preface)
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One-Act Play Collection 012 by VARIOUS

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Here are 10 One Act Plays for your enjoyment. They range from a 1659 farce by Moliere to a 1896 play by Fuller with early LGBT content; a Gilbert play without Sullivan's music, and many other short gems to make you laugh, cry, think, or all three. NOTE: Although the plays here were all published before 1923 and hence are in the Public Domain in the U.S., Pinski, McFadden, and Wilde died in 1959, 1961, and 1953 respectively and their plays may not yet be in the Public Domain in some countries. (Summary by ToddHW)

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01. The Flying Doctor by Moliere, Run by: ToddHW
Valère, in love with Lucile: ToddHW
Sganarelle, servant to Valère: Tomas Peter
Gorgibus, father to Lucile: Aaron White
Gros-René, valet to Gorgibus: alanmapstone
A Lawyer: Leanne Yau
Lucile: Devorah Allen
Sabine, cousin to Lucile: Foon
Stage Directions: Sonia

02. At Saint Judas' by Henry Blake Fuller, Run by: Chuck Williamson
The Bridegroom: Nemo
The Best Man: Tomas Peter
The Sacristan: ToddHW
Stage Directions: Sonia

03. The Grandmother by Lajos Biro, Run by: Bhavya
The Grandmother: Sonia
The Blond Young Lady: Foon
The Brunette Young Lady: TJ Burns
The Bride: Elsie Selwyn
The Vivacious Girl: Jenn Broda
The Melancholy Girl: Bhavya
The Sentimental High School Girl: Devorah Allen
The Jovial Young Man: Josh Kibbey
The Polite Young Man: Chuck Williamson
The Disagreeable Young Man: Tomas Peter
Stage directions: Campbell Schelp

04. Everybody's Husband by Richard Ryan, Run by: Devorah Allen
Mr. Alexis Twisselton: Aaron White
Mr. Theophilus Bunbury: Tomas Peter
Figgins: Larry Wilson
Spriggins: ToddHW
Dick, a Waiter: Averagemoe
Mrs. Pimpernel, Mistress of a Boardinghouse: Pauline Latournerie
Fanny, her Daughter: Sonia
Miss Thompson, Spriggins's Ward: TJ Burns
Miss Tomkins, Figgins's Ward: Jenn Broda
Mrs. Twisselton: Devorah Allen
Maid Servant: Foon
Stage Directions: KevinS

05. A Dollar by David Pinski, Run by: TJ Burns
The Comedian: Jim Gallagher
The Villain: Aaron White
The Tragedian: Tomas Peter
The Old Man: Nemo
The Heroine: Availle
The Ingenue: Jenn Broda
The Old Woman: Betsy Walker
The Stranger: Campbell Schelp
Stage Directions: TJ Burns

06. Why the Chimes Rang by Elizabeth Apthorp McFadden, Run by: Larry Wilson
Holger - a peasant boy: Nemo
Steen - his younger brother: Josh Kibbey
Bertel - their uncle: Aaron White
Old Woman: Jane Manning
Angel: Elsie Selwyn
Stage Directions: Larry Wilson

07. The Line of No Resistance by Percival Wilde, Run by: Elsie Selwyn
George Robertson: Tomas Peter
Jean Robertson: Devorah Allen
Ethel Quenton: Betsy Walker
Stage Directions: Aaron White

08. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern by W. S. Gilbert: ToddHW
King Claudius: Aaron White
Queen Gertrude: Sonia
Rosencrantz: KevinS
Guildenstern: Tomas Peter
Ophelia: Foon
Hamlet: alanmapstone
First Player: Campbell Schelp
He: Peter Yearsley
She: Sandra Schmit
Stage Directions: ToddHW

09. First Come, First Served by John Maddison Morton, Run by: David Olson
Colonel Challenger: Larry Wilson
Harry Barton: Max Körlinge
Basil Royston: Tomas Peter
Mrs. Templeton: Sonia
Julia Templeton: Devorah Allen
Josephine Templeton: Elsie Selwyn
Stage Directions: David Olson

10. Wanted, A Male Cook by George Melville Baker, Run by: Elsie Selwyn
Mr. Heartwell (an old bachelor): Larry Wilson
Joshua Slocum (from Greensville, Maine): ToddHW
Teddy Ryan (a native of Ireland): Tomas Peter
François (a French cook): Pauline Latournerie
Stage Directions: Max Körlinge

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Short Story Collection 082 by VARIOUS

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A diverse collection of short stories selected and read in English by Librivox readers. The ever-popular detective stories of Arthur Conan Doyle, tales of dark times of war and conflict and more upbeat selections from Jane Austen and L.M. Montgomery round out this, the 82nd edition of the Librivox Short Story Collections.
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Cuentos by AULNOY, Madame d'

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Madame d;Aulnoy, o Marie-Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville (Eure, 1650-París, 1705), fue poetisa y novelista, pero se la recuerda por introducir en la nobleza francesa el gusto por los cuentos de hadas. Entre sus obras destacan Contes de fées y Les Fées à la mode, que alcanzaron tanta aceptación como los cuentos del propio Perrault. También escribió novelas sentimentales y unas memorias sobre las cortes de España (1690) e Inglaterra (1695), países en los que se refugió hasta recuperar el favor del rey tras ser descubierta su participación en una intriga palaciega. Pasó los últimos años de su vida en París, ciudad en la que mantuvo un salón muy frecuentado. Summary by Phileas Fogg
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Cuentos by AULNOY, Madame d'

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Madame d;Aulnoy, o Marie-Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville (Eure, 1650-París, 1705), fue poetisa y novelista, pero se la recuerda por introducir en la nobleza francesa el gusto por los cuentos de hadas. Entre sus obras destacan Contes de fées y Les Fées à la mode, que alcanzaron tanta aceptación como los cuentos del propio Perrault. También escribió novelas sentimentales y unas memorias sobre las cortes de España (1690) e Inglaterra (1695), países en los que se refugió hasta recuperar el favor del rey tras ser descubierta su participación en una intriga palaciega. Pasó los últimos años de su vida en París, ciudad en la que mantuvo un salón muy frecuentado. Summary by Phileas Fogg
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State of the Union Addresses by United States Presidents (1885 - 1888) by CLEVELAND, Grover

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The State of the Union address is a speech presented by the President of the United States to a joint session of the United States Congress, typically delivered annually. The address not only reports on the condition of the nation but also allows the President to outline his legislative agenda (for which he needs the cooperation of Congress) and national priorities. This album contains recordings of addresses from Grover Cleveland. - Summary by Wikipedia
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Judenstaat, Der by HERZL, Theodor

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In seinem Buch, Der Judenstaat. Versuch einer modernen Lösung der Judenfrage versucht Theodor Herzl eine jüdische Antwort auf die damals so genannte Judenfrage aufzuzeigen. Es geht bei dem Judenstaat nicht so sehr um Religion, sondern um die Idee einen eigenen Staat für die Juden zu schaffen und somit auch die Judenfrage zu beantworten. Hierzu will Herzl eine Gesellschaft, die Jewish Company gründen, welche die Organisation der Staatenbildung (Landkauf, Infrastruktur, Zuwanderung usw.) übernimmt. Summary by lorda
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