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Horatio by the Fire By Richard Helmling
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It is the last years of the eleventh century. A young duke from a remote Slavic kingdom has journeyed to the nascent University of Wittenberg in the heart of Germania. There he encounters an old... More > professor who is followed through the halls of the university by stories of his youth, stories that tell of his time as companion to a mad prince, stories he must now relive...< Less
Horatio by the Fire By Richard Helmling
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It is the last years of the eleventh century. A young duke from a remote Slavic kingdom has journeyed to the nascent University of Wittenberg in the heart of Germania. There he encounters an old... More > professor who is followed through the halls of the university by stories of his youth, stories that tell of his time as companion to a mad prince, stories he must now relive...< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Frank's Campaign By Horatio Alger
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Frank's Campaign by Horatio Alger revolves around a boy who is compelled to handle the duties which were supposed to be handled by the elders of the family. This is the first 'rags to riches'... More > boys' novel by Horatio Alger. The story revolves around a young boy who is compelled to manage the family farm after his father leaves the house and goes off to fight in the civil war. The story very beautifully describes how the young man shoulders the responsibilities and tries to fulfill all that is needed.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: A Cousin's Conspiracy By Horatio Alger
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A Cousin's Conspiracy by Horatio Alger is the story of a young boy Ernest Ray. The boy sets out to get back the inheritance which was unjustly held from his father and given to a cousin. The story... More > through its interesting events gradually unfolds the conspiracy and till the very last moment maintains the element of interest. The style is simple but the content is very justly dealt with. The description of the ambiance and the events is precise and almost inevitable. It is a book worth reading.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Helping Himself By Horatio Alger
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Helping Himself by Horatio Alger is the story of a farmer and his struggles and how he overcame all the impediments in his life. The story seems to be highly realistic for its detailed description... More > and emphatic narrative and the illustration of the original setting. Deacon Gridley had a small farm, and farming was his chief occupation, but he had a few thousand dollars laid away in stocks and bonds, and, being a thrifty man, not to say mean, he managed to save up nearly all the interest, which he added to his original accumulation.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: In a New World By Horatio Alger
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In a New World by Horatio Alger is the story of an adventerous young boy. Harry Vane, 16, is shipwrecked in Austrailia and decides to make a go of it in the gold fields. In route, he discovers a... More > robber's plot to ambush people. Harry gets involved at great risk and adventure. The story unfolds the adventures and reveals how the boy overcomes the obstacles successfully. The flow of the story is spontaneous and the narration is equally impressive.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: The Store Boy By Horatio Alger
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The Store Boy, by Horatio Alger, revolves around Ben, the hero, and his struggles and adventures in life. The story begins with the boy’s meeting with a tramp. Ben’s relation with his... More > mother has been described very beautifully in the second chapter of the story. In every step of his life, Ben learns from different people, first it was his mother and then the people he comes across in his different jobs. Having struggled a lot, one day Ben’s luck brings him name and fame. He continues to pursue for more perfection and knowledge and he does succeed to a very great extent. If you are interested in adventure stories, this one is for you.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Hector's Inheritance By Horatio Alger
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Hector’s Inheritance is one of the masterpieces written by Horatio Alger. Like most of the stories written by the author, it is the story of a young boy and his struggles in life. The story... More > revolves around Hector, the boy. The book narrates the hardships faced by Hector after the death of his father. His uncle provides false evidence to prove him as an adopted child and thus he could not be entitled to inherit the estate. With the ups and downs, the story brilliantly captivates the imagination of the readers. The story is so engrossing that it continues to retain the element of interest till the very last paragraph.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Ben's Nugget By Horatio Alger
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Ben's Nugget by Horatio Alger is the last volume of the Pacific Series. Though it is complete in itself, and may be read independently, the chief characters introduced will be recognized as old... More > friends by the readers of "The Young Explorer," the volume just preceding, not omitting Ki Sing, the faithful Chinaman, whose virtues may go far to diminish the prejudice which, justly or unjustly, is now felt toward his countrymen. Though Ben Stanton may be considered rather young for a miner, not a few as young as he drifted to the gold-fields in the early days of California. Mining is carried on now in a very different manner, and I can hardly encourage any of my young readers to follow his example in seeking fortune so far from home.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: The Telegraph Boy By Horatio Alger
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The Telegraph Boy by Horatio Alger is the final book in the series of sketches of street-life in New York inaugurated eleven years since by the publication of "Ragged Dick." The author has... More > reason to feel gratified by the warm reception accorded by the public to these pictures of humble life in the great metropolis. He is even more gratified by the assurance that his labors have awakened a philanthropic interest in the children whose struggles and privations he has endeavored faithfully to describe. He feels it his duty to state that there is no way in which these waifs can more effectually be assisted than by contributing to the funds of "The Children's Aid Society," whose wise and comprehensive plans for the benefit of their young wards have already been crowned with abundant success.< Less