Clouds

Clouds by Aristophanes

Clouds by Aristophanes

Strepsiades is an Athenian burdened with debt from a bad marriage and a spendthrift son. He resolves to go to the Thinking Shop, where he can purchase lessons from the famous Socrates in ways to manipulate language in order to outwit his creditors in court. Socrates, represented as a cunning, manipulative, irreverent sophist, has little success with the dull-witted Strepsiades, but is able to teach the old man’s son Phidippides a few tricks. In the end, the play is a cynical, clever commentary on Old Ways vs. New Ways, to the disparagement of the former.

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Prison Life in Andersonville

Prison Life in Andersonville by John L. Maile

Prison Life in Andersonville by John L. Maile

A firsthand account of the deplorable conditions within the most infamous prisoner-of-war camp of the Confederacy. Though functioning only during the last year of the Civil War, nearly 13,000 of 45,000 incarcerated Union soldiers died under inhumane conditions.

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Notes on Life and Letters

Notes on Life and Letters by Joseph Conrad

Notes on Life and Letters by Joseph Conrad

Collection of essays by Joseph Conrad on the makings of life

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Campaign For Petersburg

Campaign For Petersburg by Richard Wayne Lykes

Campaign For Petersburg by Richard Wayne Lykes

In the American Civil War the Union victory in the ten-month campaign for the city of Petersburg, Virginia (June 1864-March 1865), led directly to the surrender of the Confederacy within two weeks. This 1970 National Park Service booklet tells the story of the campaign. It focuses on the meaning of the campaign and the experience of the soldiers of both sides, with a minimum of references to military units.

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The Fireside Chats

The Fireside Chats by Franklin Delano Roosevelt

The Fireside Chats by Franklin Delano Roosevelt

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt thirty radio addresses made throughout his terms as President of the United States between 1933 and 1944. The speeches are snapshots of American life during the turbulent decade that included the Great Depression and World War II.

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Life of Charles Dickens

Life of Charles Dickens by Frank T. Marzials

Life of Charles Dickens by Frank T. Marzials

Early biography of Charles Dickens published just 17 years after Dickens’ death.

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From Slave Cabin to Pulpit

From Slave Cabin to Pulpit by Peter Randolph

From Slave Cabin to Pulpit by Peter Randolph

Peter Randolph was born a slave in 1825 (?), was freed before the American Civil War, and became a clergyman in the Baptist tradition, dying in 1897. This is his 1893 autobiography. The latter third of the book is a slightly edited re-publication of a pamphlet he published in 1855 (so before the Civil War) entitled “Sketches Of Slave Life.” This recording omits chapter fourteen of “From Slave Cabin To Pulpit” because it is only a several-pages-long list of friends of the author with no narrative.

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The Conspiracy of Pontiac

The Conspiracy of Pontiac by Francis Parkman

The Conspiracy of Pontiac by Francis Parkman

The Conspiracy of Pontiac” was Parkman’s first history book. It covers the Indian wars of 1763 to 1769. Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, put together a coalition of Indian tribes from around the Great Lakes region and the Illinois and Ohio Countries to attack the British under General Jeffrey Amherst

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With Lee in Virginia

With Lee in Virginia by G. A. Henty

With Lee in Virginia by G. A. Henty

Vincent Wingfield is the son of a wealthy Virginian planter. When the country goes to war, he enlists in the cavalry, and sees action under the various generals commanding the army in and near Virginia. He has several private adventures as well, including a personal enemy, prison escape, rescue of a young lady, and spying expedition. He rises in rank in the Confederate army, and after the war is over, he marries and returns home to manage his mother’s plantation.

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The Tower of London

The Tower of London by Walter George Bell

The Tower of London by Walter George Bell

A short book, whose chapters were originally published in The Daily Mail, which explores the history and facts of each of the structures that make up the Tower.

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