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Anton Chekhov, Collection short stories By Anton Chekhov
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Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (17 april 1998 0 – 15 July 1904) was a Russian physician, dramaturge and author who is considered to be among the greatest writers of short stories in history. In this... More > ebook: The Duel and Other Stories The Lady With The Dog and Other Stories The Wife and Other Stories Love and Other Stories The Bishop and Other Stories The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories The Horse-Stealers and Other Stories The Darling and Other Stories The Chorus Girl and Other Stories The Schoolmaster and Other Stories The Party and Other Stories Letters of Anton Chekhov to His Family and Friends< Less
The 1911 (Author's Edition) By Anton Edward
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A novel about a college student whose girlfriend is raped and his attempt to exact vengeance on the man who did it, through coercing his friends into helping him with the murder. - The 1911 is the... More > second installment in The Brainerd Trilogy.< Less
Carolee's Shadow By Sam Antone
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Carolee Addison has trouble making friends at school. She is also being teased mercilessly, and she has trouble understanding the lessons. Having had a near-death experience five years earlier, she... More > now longs for the peace she felt then. Although she had been promised, in that NDE, that she would find a way to solve her problems in life, she can't remember any of that, because she had blocked it out, due to the fact that she lost her best friend in that accident. Her sub-conscious mind animates in the form of her shadow, in hopes of helping Carolee to find the clues that could help her regain her self-esteem and achieve a life-style that otherwise has been evading her.< Less
The Black Monk By Anton Chekhov
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The philosophy student Kovrin is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. His doctor suggests a rest in the country and so Kovrin decides to visit his childhood friend Tanya Pesotsky on her father's... More > estate. While there he tells Tanya the legend of the black monk: a desert monk whose image has been reflected in mirages for a thousand years and who will soon return in the flesh.< Less
Reiki: Reiki for Beginners Personal Guide: Unlock the Power of Reiki, Mastering Reiki and the Art of Natural Healing By Anton Devlin
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I was introduced to the world of Reiki by a friend who lent me her book. It took time to get started because I don't learn as fast as the average Joe. It took lots of time and effort to learn and... More > live these secrets that would ultimately re-shape my entire life! And now, sharing these secrets with you.< Less
The Chorus Girl and Other Stories By Anton Tchekhov
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ONE day when she was younger and better-looking, and when her voice was stronger, Nikolay Petrovitch Kolpakov, her adorer, was sitting in the outer room in her summer villa. It was intolerably hot... More > and stifling. Kolpakov, who had just dined and drunk a whole bottle of inferior port, felt ill-humoured and out of sorts. Both were bored and waiting for the heat of the day to be over in order to go for a walk. All at once there was a sudden ring at the door. Kolpakov, who was sitting with his coat off, in his slippers, jumped up and looked inquiringly at Pasha. "It must be the postman or one of the girls," said the singer. Kolpakov did not mind being found by the postman or Pasha's lady friends, but by way of precaution gathered up his clothes and went into the next room, while Pasha ran to open the door. To her great surprise in the doorway stood, not the postman and not a girl friend, but an unknown woman, young and beautiful, who was dressed like a lady, and from all outward signs was one.< Less
Uncle Vanya By Anton Chekov
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Uncle Vanya is a play by the Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. The play portrays the visit of an elderly Professor and his glamorous, much younger second wife, Elena, to the rural estate that... More > supports their urban lifestyle. Two friends, Vanya, brother of the Professor's late first wife, who has long managed the estate, and Astrov, the local Doctor, both fall under Elena's spell, while bemoaning the ennui of their provincial existence. Sonya, the Professor's daughter by his first wife, who has worked with Vanya to keep the estate going, meanwhile suffers from the awareness of her own lack of beauty and from her unrequited feelings for Dr. Astrov. Matters are brought to a crisis when the Professor announces his intention to sell the estate, Vanya and Sonya's home and raison d'être, with a view to investing the proceeds to achieve a higher income for himself and his wife.< Less
The Duel and Other Stories By Anton Tchekhov
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It was eight o'clock in the morning—the time when the officers, the local officials, and the visitors usually took their morning dip in the sea after the hot, stifling night, and then went into... More > the pavilion to drink tea or coffee. Ivan Andreitch Laevsky, a thin, fair young man of twenty-eight, wearing the cap of a clerk in the Ministry of Finance and with slippers on his feet, coming down to bathe, found a number of acquaintances on the beach, and among them his friend Samoylenko, the army doctor. With his big cropped head, short neck, his red face, his big nose, his shaggy black eyebrows and grey whiskers, his stout puffy figure and his hoarse military bass, this Samoylenko made on every newcomer the unpleasant impression of a gruff bully; but two or three days after making his acquaintance, one began to think his face extraordinarily good-natured, kind, and even handsome. In spite of his clumsiness and rough manner,...< Less
The Lady with the Dog and Other Stories By Anton Tchekhov
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IT was said that a new person had appeared on the sea-front: a lady with a little dog. Dmitri Dmitritch Gurov, who had by then been a fortnight at Yalta, and so was fairly at home there, had begun to... More > take an interest in new arrivals. Sitting in Verney's pavilion, he saw, walking on the sea-front, a fair-haired young lady of medium height, wearing a _beret_; a white Pomeranian dog was running behind her. And afterwards he met her in the public gardens and in the square several times a day. She was walking alone, always wearing the same _beret_, and always with the same white dog; no one knew who she was, and every one called her simply "the lady with the dog." "If she is here alone without a husband or friends, it wouldn't be amiss to make her acquaintance," Gurov reflected. He was under forty, but he had a daughter already twelve years old, and two sons at school. He had been married young, when he was a student in his second year, and by now his wife seemed half as old again as he.< Less
Hard By Anton 'Saint Pankibi' Heal
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I fought for my world. It didn't quite cost me an arm and a leg, but it did cost me my hand and my social confidence. How could I possibly make friends when the next day, the enemy tore them from... More > my grasp and my superiors replaced them like a lame lightbulb? Even after I finished my Combat term and entered Living, I couldn't bring myself to find any permanent friends. All I had was the address of a school friend who never replied to my letters. But then I met Faith. She was everything I'd ever wanted, and I was lucky enough to be the same to her. So you can imagine my distress when I finally receive word from the friend who never replied, only to find that he represented a strange but familiar-sounding organisation called central circle, who wanted me to leave my life and my love behind to come and work for them. Purely for the protection of my Faith, I agree to come along. These pages are a document of the extraordinary lengths I would go to to secure her safety.< Less

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