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Author: Charles Dickens
Lacking common sense, Barnaby winds up taking part in the Gordon Riots of 1780 in which protestors march on Parliament and torch Catholic churches and homes.
I downloaded it to my android phone and it's good reading, but has no sound as advertised: Complete with sound effects, beguiling music,...
Pip is a poor orphan who grows up in England in the early 1800's. He endures many hardships including poverty and violence.
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This three book collection conveys the story of the difficult lives endured by factory workers in Coketown.
Reprinted Pieces is written by Charles Dickens.
This compilation of 56 short pieces which describe the everyday life of people in London during the 1800's, and it includes accompanying illustrations.
Walter Herzog is born in a small town just outside Frankfurt, Germany right after the end of World War II and lives in what can only be described as a normal ...
One young woman's war keeps her from experiencing the life she yearns to have. Other than the ensuing depression and the struggle to learn who she really is, ...
4 grow houses. 30 months. 8 million dollars. A refugee from a high rise corporate plantation was in his 19th month and sailing safely toward the finish line. ...
A young beautiful woman barely in her twenties awaits this one someone. Like her mom’s bedtime story of the prince riding a white horse, as he is her only ho...