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  • Cross Purpose and the Shadows : There are two of MacDonald's fairy tales in this collection from 1862. The goblin Toadstool and the fairy Pease blossom embark on the most bizarre mission: to entice a boy and a girl to Faery so they can be brought before the Fairyland Queen because her subjects are too well-behaved to be amusing. Once upon a time, the Queen of Fairyland had a sudden longing to have a mortal or two at her Court. She fixed upon two to bring to Fairyland, but how were they to be brought? "I have heard that you have pretty ways of doing things; so you may try." Alice was the daughter of the squire, a pretty, good-natured girl whom her friends called fairy-like. One rosy summer evening she lay gazing at the wall opposite her window with tears in her eyes. All around them was a vast, hilly landscape. She was unable to even determine where they had originated from. She responds, "The author must accompany you, he sees." From every leaf and petal of these, from every branch tip and tendril, drops of bright water. As they went on, the diamond drops turned to half-liquid pearls, and the water went to sleep.
  • David Hume, a Scottish philosopher, wrote Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, which was originally printed in 1779. Three philosophers named Demea, Philo, and Cleanthes engage in a discourse in which they discuss the essence of God's existence. Scholars disagree as to whether or not these titles refer to particular philosophers, ancient or modern. All three of them acknowledge the existence of a god, but their views on God's nature or qualities and whether or not people may acquire knowledge of a deity are very different. A variety of reasons for the presence of God and arguments put forth by those who think we can learn more about God's nature are discussed by Hume's characters in the Dialogues. The argument from design, for which Hume employs a house, and whether there is more suffering or good in the world are two examples of such hot-button issues. A variety of reasons for the presence of God and arguments put forth by those who think we can learn more about God's nature are discussed by Hume's characters in the Dialogues. The argument from design, for which Hume employs a house, and whether there is more suffering or good in the world are two examples of such hot-button issues.
  • The 1937 American Technicolor lumberjack drama film God's Country and the Woman was directed by William Keighley and written by Norman Reilly Raine. Starring in the movie are George Brent, Joe King, Beverly Roberts, Barton MacLane, Robert Barrat, and Alan Hale, Sr. Warner Bros. released the movie on January 16, 1937, based on James Oliver Curwood's God's Country and the Woman, published in 1915. The first full-color, full-length movie by Warner Brothers. filmed on location in Washington state, close to Mount St. Helens. The Russett Company and Barton Lumber Company are rival lumber businesses that compete for lumber in the Northwest. In the Northwest's forest, a lumberjack has his sights set on a woman. Regarding the Technicolor, Greene points out that there are some "quite stunning views of trees carving enormous arcs against the sky as they fall," but he also observes that the "rapid cutting and quick dissolves corroborate the assumption that color will push the film back technically twelve years." In The Sunday Times, Sydney Carroll reviewed the movie critically and mainly objected to the melancholy Technicolor technologies' brutal handling of the arboreal flora. Greene also sarcastically observed the reactions of more seasoned critics and highlighted paragraphs from Sydney Carroll's review of the movie.
  • American novelist Mary Mapes Dodge's work Hans Brinker was first released in 1865. The book is set in the Netherlands and is both a story of adolescent honor and a vivid fictional depiction of Dutch life in the early 19th century. The exquisite silver skates awarded to the victor of the ice skating competition Hans Brinker aspires to compete in are referenced in the book's title. American readers were introduced to Dutch speed skating through the book, and Hans Brinker continues to be portrayed in American media as the ideal speed skater. The book is also significant for making the tale of the young Dutch boy who uses his finger to plug a dyke popular.  The book was written by Mary Mapes Dodge when she was 34 years old; she had never been to the Netherlands before the book was released. The extensive, multi-volume history books The Rise of the Dutch Republic (1856) and History of the United Netherlands by John L. Motley served as inspiration for her (1860–1867). Dodge then conducted an additional bibliographical study on the nation. Her immigrant Dutch neighbors, the Scharffs, also provided her with a wealth of first-hand knowledge about Dutch culture. 
  • Children's book author Louisa May Alcott first released Jack and Jill: A Village Story in 1880.   After the Civil War, it takes place in a small New England community. The aftermath of a terrible sledding accident is described in the tale of two close friends named Jack and Janey, Jack and Jill.Best friends Jack Minot and Janey Pecq reside next door to one another. Since they are frequently spotted together, Janey adopts the pseudonym Jill to parody the traditional tale. One winter day, the two do climb a hill, but they subsequently have a tragic mishap. They suffer severe bodily injuries in a sledding accident and recuperate while learning life lessons with their numerous pals. Various activities that their moms came up with assist them on their road to recovery. They have ultimately improved and gained numerous priceless lessons as a result.Along with being a fun and instructive novel, Jack and Jill also addresses several crucial contemporary social issues. This enjoyable yet thought-provoking book delves deeply into a number of issues, including children's health, the passage from infancy to adolescent, the value of emotional support during sickness, and the life-altering effects of our impulsive behaviors.
  • Robert G. Ingersoll wrote a book titled Lectures of Col. For the free-thinking guy, it offers a series of lectures that also promotes women's rights and secular humanism in general. Throughout human history, Lectures of Col. R. G. Ingersoll has been regarded as a significant book. The first of two books that collect Ingersoll's talks is this one. The American political figure, Civil War veteran, and orator Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll was known for defending atheism during the Golden Age of Freethought. The book recounts a series of lectures given by the American political figure, Civil War veteran, and orator known for his defense of agnosticism. For the free-thinking guy, it offers a series of lectures that also promotes women's rights and secular humanism in general. According to the Rev. Dr. Ryder, most of Christendom rejects Calvinism. He is in error. Calvinism is the only orthodox faith practiced today. It accepts the demise of humanity, the inevitability of Hell, and salvation via faith. Dr. Ryder asserts that the Bible is a picture, whereas Prof. Swing claims it is a poem. He needs to know that the Bible supports the notion of Hell. 
  • The 1881 book My Doggie And I describes what happened to John Mellon after he encounters a particular small dog. John Mellon was almost a doctor in chapter one. One day when Mellon is out walking, a strange-looking animal comes sprinting toward him down the dirt path. As you must know by now, this dog finds a new home. The doctor and the puppy encounter several people whose lives are bound together by prior acquaintance with the same shaggy doggie through a series of remarkable coincidences. This book has a unique touch; it is a "feel-good" type of story that made me chuckle several times. Even though I was able to solve the small mystery without too much difficulty, it was still intriguing to see how everything turned out. The MacDougall family's hyperactive kids, Slider the street urchin, and the doggy himself are just a few of the wonderful characters in this story. The doggie also goes by three different names, depending on who is calling to him at the moment.
  • Neewa, a black bear cub, and Miki, a puppy, are brutally abandoned and forced to fend for themselves in the harsh reality of the Canadian wilderness. They quickly develop an unexpected but enduring connection. Neewa and Miki set out on an adventure while traveling together because they can only rely on one another. Their relationship deepens as they travel together through the varying seasons. Neewa and Miki escape life-threatening circumstances, make new friends, and witness a heartwarming romance while making insightful, astute, and engaging observations on the people and animals they encounter. Nomads of the North: A Story of Romance and Adventure Under the Open Stars by James Oliver Curwood is a captivating action-adventure novel that is chock-full of surprise and emotion. This riveting tale offers a provocative look at nature and human behavior thanks to great character development and the distinct viewpoint of two young animals. Nomads of the North: A Story of Romance and Adventure Under the Open Stars has engaging topics and clear, readable English that make it suited for readers of all ages. More than a century after it was first published, the story still holds readers' attention.
  • "The Magic of Oz is L. Frank Baum's thirteenth Land of Oz novel.A Munchkin by the name of Bini Aru developed a way to change both individuals and things by simply pronouncing the phrase "Pyrzqxgl." Bini recorded the pronunciation of "Pyrzqxgl" and concealed it in his magical lab when Princess Ozma ruled that only Glinda the Good Witch and the Wizard of Oz were permitted to use magic in Oz.One day, as Bini and his wife are visiting a fair, their kid Kiki Aru discovers the instructions and later turns into a hawk. To avoid Glinda's attention and to gather a conquering army from the country's wild animal population, they disguise themselves as animals and travel to Oz. Kiki transforms both Ruggedo and himself into Li-Mon-Eags when they first show up in the Forest of Gugu.The Wizard, whom Kiki changed into a fox, pursues the Li-Mon-Eag and his magic bag all the way into the jungle, where he starts turning monkeys into enormous human troops. How to handle the wicked wizards who have turned into nuts is decided by Ozma and her allies. Kiki Aru and Ruggedo are forced to drink the Water of Oblivion by the Wizard, which causes them to lose all memory of their previous experiences.
 

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