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The 2,000-year-old masterpiece by Greek tragedian, Sophocles, that raises basic questions about human behavior that are still vigorously debated by students and scholars today. Download it now!
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An elegant and touching portrait, the last play written by Greek tragedian, Sophocles, focuses on the challenges faced by the wandering blind king Oedipus, ap...
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By Greek tragedian, Sophocles. Son of Poias in Greek mythology, Philoctetes by gift acquired the bow and arrow of Hercules, by lighting the pyre on which the ...
Echoing through Western culture for more than two millenniums, this literary work by Greek tragedian, Sophocles has been a touchstone of thought about human c...
A much abused 15 year-old barmaid from the East End of London and is sold as a “wife” to a farmer in the Cape of Good Hope Province in Marie, South Africa by ...
Where comedy meets divinity, with the use of synchronicity, yet stressing simplicity in keeping with the trinity, making straight the way of the Lord, so we...
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'On Cloudless Days' is an American fairytale of a doomed twenty-first-century mind, told with an eerily accessible prose-style that is minimalistic and cinema...
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Christian Fiction: The harrowing journey into a world unknown against an enemy unseen. Two men pursue answers following a murder and child abduction. With a p...