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Classic Collections II By Gary Brandt
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There is a vast library of public domain books and articles on the Internet and in other places for works of antiquity or other works whose copyright has expired. OTE Press is creating a set of books... More > under the title CLASSIC COLLECTIONS which will reprint these books. The purpose of the reprinting is for convenience only, in that it is still much nicer to have a printed and bound document rather than trying to read a book from the screen of an computerized device. These books are offered for sale to anyone who also appreciates that convenience.< Less
Platonia By Art Marr
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Gulliver's Travels for a new age. A mashup of modern technology, the future of intelligence andcomputing, and a hundred science fiction motifs in a narrative spanning more than forty stories.
What are the positives and negatives of Houyhnhnm life? Would you like to be a member of this society? Why or why not? By Keltik Excalibur
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440word essay on: What are the positives and negatives of Houyhnhnm life? Would you like to be a member of this society? Why or why not?
The Midlife Crisis we Made our Children Share! By Jennifer McMullen
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The epiphony that led a family to abandon the humdrum of everyday life to pursue their dream. Travelling from the Blue Mountains in Australia to Singapore, Egypt and Europe this story recounts the... More > adventures they enjoyed in their motor home, aptly named Gulliver.< Less
The Midlife Crisis we Made our Children Share! By Jennifer McMullen
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The epiphony that led a family to abandon the humdrum of everyday life to pursue their dream. Travelling from the Blue Mountains in Australia to Singapore, Egypt and Europe this story recounts the... More > adventures they enjoyed in their motor home, aptly named Gulliver.< Less
Notes On Various Classics By British Authors By Daniel Zimmermann
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This e-book presents critical comments and summaries of seven plays of William Shakespeare, including “Julius Caesar,” “Macbeth, “Hamlet,” and “A Midsummer... More > Night’s Dream.” Also treated are “The Rivals” by Sheridan, “The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus” by Marlowe, “Pilgrim’s Progress” by Bunyan, “Robinson Crusoe” by Defoe, “Paradise Regained” by Milton, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Coleridge, “A Christmas Carol” by Dickens, and “Beowulf.” For children, there are summaries of “Alice in Wonderland,” “Through the Looking Glass,” “Gulliver’s Travels,” and Kipling’s “The Second Jungle Book.” Several short stories are also presented: one by Joseph Addison, one by Wilkie Collins, two by Robert Louis Stevenson, and twelve by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This e-book is an excellent introduction to these authors.< Less
Out of this World: Excerpts from Early Science Fiction By Nikki Fisher
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These excerpts are more than a sample platter. They’re a big bang, packing in rich stories from early science fiction, across the span of space and time. Enter the mind of Lucian, who... More > hypothesized about interstellar travel in the second century. Join Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver on a seaward odyssey where he meets tiny, intelligent people on an exotic island. Mystify yourself by meeting Frankenstein, a strange doctor with an even stranger concoction. Dare to walk into Flatland, Edwin A. Abbott’s fantastical, two-dimensional world. Trespass on Mars with John Carter, Edgar Rice Burrough’s courageous narrator who finds himself in a romance with an interstellar princess. Open the pages and let the science unfold.< Less
Our Experience, Ourselves By Lyn Paul Relph
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The story of how authority figures in Western Civilization at first valued experience of this world little or not at all, even negatively, and how in time the value of experience grew and grew.... More > Readers spend time with a number of pioneers from the European past who let experience be their guide in life.< Less
Not Quite Classics By Paul Moran
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Not Quite Classics is a full color catalog of whimsical works of literature. Readers of all ages will chuckle along as they read the entertaining plot summaries and reviews of such would-be... More > classics as David Coppertone, The Call of the Mild, Scents and Sensibility, Larry Potter And The House of Detention, Jane Hair and nearly two dozen other improbable novels. Each story is paired with appropriately preposterous cover art. English students and other literary types who attempt to “flip through the pages just for the fun of it”, as the author suggests, may instead find themselves stopping to speculate on the true meaning of L.B.S. Eliot’s The Waist Land, the cause of the sudden divorce between Mister Darcy and Elizabeth, or the symbolism behind Captain Mallard’s search for that great yellow sea beast Moby Duck. A playful introduction clearly demonstrates there’s fun inside, and each subsequent page provides evidence that “life doesn’t always have to be lived so seriously.”< Less
Not Quite Classics By Paul Moran
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Not Quite Classics is a full color catalog of whimsical works of literature. Readers of all ages will chuckle along as they read the entertaining plot summaries and reviews of such would-be... More > classics as David Coppertone, The Call of the Mild, Scents and Sensibility, Larry Potter And The House of Detention, Jane Hair and nearly two dozen other improbable novels. Each story is paired with appropriately preposterous cover art. English students and other literary types who attempt to “flip through the pages just for the fun of it”, as the author suggests, may instead find themselves stopping to speculate on the true meaning of L.B.S. Eliot’s The Waist Land, the cause of the sudden divorce between Mister Darcy and Elizabeth, or the symbolism behind Captain Mallard’s search for that great yellow sea beast Moby Duck. A playful introduction clearly demonstrates there’s fun inside, and each subsequent page provides evidence that “life doesn’t always have to be lived so seriously.”< Less

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