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  • The Story Of Mankind is a story written by Dutch-American historian, journalist, and book author Hendrik Van Loon. This book has received Newbery Medal for children's contribution.It is the story of mankind's development from nothingness to the creation of planets to modern science and technology. In this book, Loon explained to kids how mankind came into existence. The book starts with the creation of the world and takes you to the late 1920s. This book has been re-edited and the new versions can take you even further (up to modern times).It is a light, easy-to-read and humorous book and readers find the journey joyful and enlightening. Loon then takes you to the creation of the planet and then to prehistoric times. He then briefly describes Egypt and Middle Ages and throws light on scientific knowledge. In this book, he has also discussed the major battles that have impacted the world. He has also discussed religion, the revolution of Europe, and about World War I. Later, John Merriman, a professor of history, re-edited the book to a later version.
  • Sadhana The Retaliation of Life is India's ancient heritage written by Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore. It is one of the profound books on spirituality and is highly recommended for spiritual wisdom. The book answers some profound questions like; why God created the world? Why devil exists? Does beauty has a purpose? Etc.He also describes mother nature and says if the earth does not pull us with the exact force we could have not been able to walk on earth. With this decision to understand the complexity of this effort and the effort required to solve the conditions that the world of work shows outside, there is a meditation session every day. This is not "Let me figure it out; Let me take it." Everything you do is running. There is a surge of energy through yourself as if you are being lifted up. You will be like if you raise the ground itself in a spiritual way, and flood it with power that is not on your side or on the side of the world, but in 'the whole part.Tagore gives beautiful answers to these questions with Sanskrit verses from the Upanishad and the teachings of Lord Buddha. It will keep you happy, joyful, and breathless. Sadhana is one of those books which needs to be read slowly because every sentence contains an immense amount of knowledge.
  • The Lair of the White Worm is a horror novel written by the Irish writer Bram Stoker. It was first published by Rider and Son of London in 1911 - the year prior to Stoker's demise. The story is based on the legend of the Lambton Worm and the book has been issued as The Garden of Evil.The protagonist, Adam Salton is contacted by his uncle, Richard Salton, who needs to make his beneficiary of his estate. He quickly finds himself in the middle of mysterious events, with Sir Nathaniel de Salis as his assistant. The White Worm is a huge snake-like animal dwelling profound under Arabella's home in Diana's Forest. Sir Nathaniel is a Van Helsing-type character who needs to chase down Arabella, who he accepts, with expanding conviction.Adam and Sir Nathaniel start to think that Arabella is at real fault for different wrongdoings and that she needs to kill Mimi Watford. Sir Nathaniel accepts the White Worm plummets from winged serpents, who exchanged actual power for tricky. The Worm climbs from its pit and looks to go after Adam and Mimi Watford. Adam can thwart Arabella's different endeavors to kill Mimi. Arabella offers to sell Diana's Woods, which Adam purchases determined to obliterate the Worm.
  • The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen (or Baron  Münchhausen's Story of his Marvellous Travels) by Rudolf Erich Raspe - is an assortment of stories published in 1785, in view of the German adventure Karl Friedrich von Münchhausen. The stories were adapted and re-published in German by Gottfried August Bürger in 1786.The tales were made into films in 1911 (Les Aventures du Baron de Münchhausen), 1943 (Münchhausen, script by Erich Kästner), and 1961 (Aristocrat Prášil by director Karel Zeman). His most popular adventures feature in the 1979 movie The Very Same Munchhausen by Russian director Mark Zakharov, which portrays Münchhausen as a grievous person, battling against the conformity and hypocrisy of the world around him.An eighteenth-century German respectable ventured abroad for military services and got back with a series of amusingly outrageous stories. Baron Munchausen's astounding feats included riding cannonballs, going to the Moon, and hauling himself out of a lowland by his own hair. The audience was delighted to know about these unlikely adventures, and in 1785, the tales were gathered and published as Baron Munchausen's Narrative of his Marvellous Travels and Campaigns in Russia. By the nineteenth century, the stories had been transformed by several notable authors and had been translated into many languages.
  • An Enquiry Concering Human Understanding : He says knowledge comes from sense impressions, and ideas are a copy; they are less clear and intense than the original impression. The mind brings thoughts via their association, what he calls "a principle of connection." They resemble contiguity, cause, and results. There are two different ways to justify a causal case: relations of thoughts or matters of truth. For example, "This room doesn't have four walls" isn't problematic; the room could have three walls. The authenticity of any statement relies upon its establishment in experience or the memory of the experience. Hume argues that the possibility of a causal connection joining one event with another is just a psychological habit. The conviction that the sun will rise tomorrow connects with the level of probability that it will. Since he denies information on causation, Hume doesn't feel that things occur by coincidence. Belief in probability judgments communicates a degree of certainty about a future event. The hypothesis of Hume contends that human activity is administered by regular regulations, similarly as normal occasions are represented by regulations. Human thought processes are not really associated with their activities, but rather, Hume contends, they are continually conjoined.
  • Twenty years after their initial conquests, d'Artagnan and his three musketeers are the subjects of Alexandre Dumas' book "Twenty Years After." The novel focuses on friendship-related topics as well as the conflicting forces of love vs hate and loyalty versus betrayal. The four friends discuss their differences in perspectives on working together as well as their individual disappointments.Despite their disputes, the four swear to stay friends and frequently come to each other's rescue throughout the book. Additionally, they collaborate in an unsuccessful effort to stop Charles, King of England, from being executed. By kidnapping Mazarin, the Musketeers are able to persuade him to accept the demands made by the citizens of Paris, bringing about peace in the city. However, the four companions are able to outsmart Mordaunt, and the fiend is ultimately put to death by Athos as he attempts to drown Athos.While Porthos receives the coveted title of baron, D'Artagnan receives a financial allowance and the rank of captain. Raoul, the son of Athos, is appointed to a regiment in the army, and Aramis is able to secure honors for a woman he knows.
  • William Tell Told Again : The incident is claimed to have happened many years ago when Austria ruled Switzerland. Walter Fürst, Werner Staufacher, and Arnold of Melchthal are three representatives that the Swiss people send to Gessler's Hall of Audience to express their displeasure with taxation. Tell is courageous, patriotic, adept with a crossbow, and reluctant to take the reins of leadership, but he agrees to assist if they require it.Everyone must bow to Gessler when they pass by, and he has an old hat of his propped up on a pole. Without crossing the meadow, a mob gathers to hurl eggs and other objects at the guards from a distance. To settle the conflict, Gessler shoots the hat at the pole.Gessler gives Tell the directive to shoot an apple from a distance of 100 yards off of his son's head. Gessler disapproves of Tell because Tell once insulted him and already despises Tell for shooting the hat. Tell explains that if his son had been struck by the first arrow, he would have killed Gessler with the second arrow.Tell shoots his second arrow and kills Gessler. Tell's pole is preserved as a reminder of the Swiss people's victory in their uprising against Austrian authority.
  • The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow is made up of 14 individual essays: In the first chapter, "On being idle", the narrator discusses how being idle has been his most distinguishing quality in his works. He claims that a man needs continually be active in order to experience the pleasures of idleness to the fullest. In his dream, the narrator imagines a time when it will be appropriate to stay in bed until noon and read two books. In the second chapter, “On Being In Love”, the writer expresses his thoughts on how men seem to fall in love only once in their lifetime. He compares love with a fire that warms those gathered around it and warns people not to expect too much from love. The writer also advises women to be fair both in appearance and soul. The other chapters of the book include: On Being In The Blues, On Being Hard Up. On Vanity And Vanities, On Getting On In The World, On The Weather, On Cats And Dogs, On Being Shy, On Babies, On Eating And Drinking, On Furnished Apartments and On Dress And Deportment.
  • English author Charlotte Bronte published Villette in 1853. The central protagonist Lucy Snowe moves from her native England to the made-up French-speaking city of Villette to work as a teacher at a girls' school, where she becomes entangled in romance and adventure.A few weeks after Polly left Mrs. Bretton's house, Lucy also departs for unspecified reasons. Lucy is left without a family, a home, or any money due to an unexplained family tragedy. She is employed by Miss Marchmont, a rheumatically disabled woman, as a career.Miss Marchmont shares her sad love story of 30 years ago with Lucy and concludes that she should treat Lucy better. She believes that death will reunite her with her dead lover. She thrives despite Mme. Beck was always watching over the staff and students.Lucy gets to know her coworker, the obnoxious, autocratic, and combative professor M. Paul Emanuel, progressively better. Paul and She do end up falling in love.The incidents involving the nun undoubtedly played a significant role in the book's reputation as gothic fiction.
  • Typee : The whaling ship The Dolly arrives at the Marquesas Islands in the South Pacific after sailing for six months without seeing land. The narrator, later known as Tommo, decides to leave the ship with Toby after growing weary of the hardships and abuse they suffered on board. Until they can board a better boat, the two guys want to remain hidden on the island of Nukuheva while subsisting on tropical fruits.Due to his injured leg, Kory-Kory feeds Tommo by hand, takes him around, and gives him a morning bath in the nearby stream. Toby immediately claims that the first time they are given meat, it is a roast human baby, and refuses to eat it. But as time passes, Tommo learns to relax and genuinely appreciate Typees life.He observes a portion of a partially eaten body after a battle with the Happars and concludes that the Typees consumed the dead Happars. Then, he keeps thinking about running away.Tommo runs away from a Nukuheva native in Typee who is attempting to buy his freedom for an Australian captain of a whaling ship.
 

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