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FREEDOM IN SCIENCE AND TEACHING
Ernst Haeckel FREEDOM IN SCIENCE AND TEACHING
  • Science
  • English
  • 34118 Words
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Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (German: [ˈhɛkəl]; February 16, 1834 – August 9, 1919[1]) was a German biologist, naturalist, philosopher, physician, professor, and artist who discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relatin... Read more...

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A Duet
A. Conan Doyle A Duet
  • Art
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  • 5067 Words
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Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse: A Duet, He Made Me Love Him, also simply known as A Duet, is a silent short animated film featuring Krazy Kat. It is among the earliest cartoons to feature Krazy who earlier achieved modest success through comic strips.

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Hunter Quatermain's Story
H.Rider Haggard Hunter Quatermain's Story
  • Short Story
  • English
  • 6813 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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Henry Rider Haggard was born in West Bradenham Hall, Norfolk, the eight son of William Haggard, a barrister and a country squire, and Ella (Doventon) Haggard, an amateur writer. In his childhood, the young Henry Rider was seen as the family dunce by his father. Haggard was ... Read more...

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The Case Of The Bog Bodies
Robert F. Clifton The Case Of The Bog Bodies
  • Mystery & Crime
  • English
  • 26571 Words
  • Ages 16 and up
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 The famous Brtish criminologist, Doctor Alistair Basham is summoned to the town of Hesterton by his wife who working with university archeologists uncovers the bodies of seven newborn babies in a place called Rose Bog.    Basham then works with an inexperienced investigat... Read more...

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The Fair Haven (Fiscle Part-I)
Samuel Butler The Fair Haven (Fiscle Part-I)
  • Fairy Tale
  • English
  • 87425 Words
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The Subject Of This Memoir, And Author Of The Work Which Follows It, Was Born In Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, London, On The 5th Of February, 1832. He Was My Elder Brother By About Eighteen Months. Our Father And Mother Had Once Been Rich, But Through A Su... Read more...

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Outlines Of A Mechanical Theory Of Storms (fiscle part-I)        Containing the True Law Of Lunar Influence
T. Bassnett Outlines Of A Mechanical Theory Of Storms (fiscle part-I) Containing the True Law Of Lunar Influence
  • Technology & Engineering
  • English
  • 78362 Words
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Present State Of The Science Of Meteorology--Primordial Condition Of The Solar System--Theory Of Gravitation The Great Key Of Nature--Bessell'S Doubts Of Its Perfect Adequacy--The Newtonian Vacuum: Its Difficulties--Nature Of The Element Called ether--The Medium Of... Read more...

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Who Cares? (Fiscle Part-I)
Cosmo Hamilton Who Cares? (Fiscle Part-I)
  • Family & Relationships
  • English
  • 94435 Words
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Birds Called. Breezes Played Among Branches Just Bursting Into Green. Daffodils, Proud And Erect, Stood In Clumps About The Dazzling Lawn. Young, Pulsing, Eager Things Elbowed Their Way Through Last Year's Leaves To Taste The Morning Sun; The Wide-Eyed Celandine, Y... Read more...

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The Golden Calf Part 2
M. E. Braddon The Golden Calf Part 2
  • Short Story
  • English
  • 78492 Words
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The Happy Summer Glided By--The Season Of Roses And Butterflies, Strawberries And Cream, Haymaking, Lawn Tennis, Picnics, Gipsy Teas--An Idle, Joyous Life Under Blue Skies. The Knoll Family Gave Themselves Up Heart And Soul To Summer Pleasures--Simple Joys Which Were At ... Read more...

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Nature And Human Nature
Thomas Chandler Haliburton Nature And Human Nature
  • Short Story
  • English
  • 170956 Words
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Thinks I To Myself, As I Overheard A Person Inquire Of The Servant At The Door, In An Unmistakeable Voice And Tone, "Is The Squire To Hum?" That Can Be No One Else Than My Old Friend Sam Slick The Clockmaker. But It Could Admit Of No Doubt When He Proceeded, "If He Is, Tell Him I Am Here."

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England And Germany (Fiscle Part-X)
Emile Joseph Dillon England And Germany (Fiscle Part-X)
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 85968 Words
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During the Memorable Space Of Time That Separates Us From The Outbreak Of The Catastrophic Struggle, Out Of Which A New Europe Will Shortly Emerge, Events Have Shed a Partial But Helpful Light On Much That At The Outset Was Blurred or Mysterious. They... Read more...

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