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    Tess of the d’Urbervilles — a novel by the English writer Thomas Hardy (1840-1928), first published in 1891. One day, the head of the Darbeyfield family learns that their family comes from the ancient knightly family d’Urberville. He quits his job and spends most of his time in local pubs. Tess, ...

    Homage to Catalonia is a book written by George Orwell (1903–1950), and it is based on his personal experience of participating in the Spanish Civil War on the republican side. the writer protested against the political repressions carried out by the Spanish Communists, as well as against the tot...

    «The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn» is a novel by the American writer Mark Twain (1835—1910). The main character of the work desperately does not want to live by the rules of the house: go to school, wear decent clothes and behave politely. He escapes from the hospitable family of the widow Doug...

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874—1936) was a classic of english literature. Author of a series of detective stories, the main character of which is Father Brown. He is a priest with a sharp analytical mind who works miracles in the search for criminals. The publication includes nine short stories, ...

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874—1936)—English writer, author of a series of detective stories, the main character of which is Father Brown. The priest does not always seek to punish the offender—he is often limited to teaching or confession. The publication «The Secret of Father Brown» includes sh...

    Down and Out in Paris and London is an autobiographical novel by the British writer George Orwell (1903–1950), his first major work, signed under the pseudonym George Orwell. After graduation, Orwell left England for its eastern colonies, where he served in the police force, but soon retired. He ...

    South Sea Tales is a collection of short stories by the American classic writer Jack London (1876–1916). Most of the works take place on the southern islands of the Pacific Ocean. The writer depicts the genuinely romantic adventures at sea; he describes the singular lifestyle of both natives and ...

    «Sense and Sensibility» is a novel by the English writer Jane Austen (1775–1817) about two sisters of opposite temperaments. In the very name lies the philosophical depth of the work, the writer has created extremely true images. Will the sisters finally be able to find their happiness? «Чуття і...

    Anne of Ingleside is a novel by the Canadian writer Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874–1942), which is a continuation of the novel Anne’s House of Dreams. The children of the happy couple of Anne and Gilbert grow up, study, and find friends—and, they can always be comforted and encouraged by their parent...

    The novel «Wuthering Heights» by the English writer Emily Bronte (1818—1848), as before, attracts the reader. This is a story of fatal passion full of love and hate. The novel fascinates with its beauty and amazes with the depth of the author’s penetration into the secrets of the human soul. This...

    Anne’s House of Dreams is a novel by the Canadian writer Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874–1942), which is a sequel of the book series about Anne Shirley. After their wedding, Anne and her husband move into their own house—the “House of Dream.” New joys and afflictions, as well as new friends, await the...

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874—1936) was an English Christian thinker, journalist, and writer. Author of a series of detective stories, the main character of which is Father Brown, a priest who knows how to skillfully solve the most complex and intricate crimes. The publication includes eight sho...

    The Adventures of Gerard is a collection of stories Arthur Conan Doyle (1859—1930) about Brigadier Gerard, a soldier in the Napoleonic army. Not only should the readers of these amazing stories admire the dexterity of the brave brigadier but also learn many interesting facts about the Napoleonic ...

    The White Company (Білий загін)  Артур Конан Дойл

    The White Company is a historical novel by the Scottish writer Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930), which tells about the adventures of the main character, a young squire, as well as English archers. The action takes place in the middle of the 14th century in England, France and Spain at the height of...

    Burmese Days (Дні в Бірмі)  Джордж Орвелл

    Burmese Days is the first novel by the British writer George Orwell (1903–1950). The work is based upon autobiographical material. The novel is set against the background of the last days of colonial domination in Burma, which was then ruled from Delhi, as part of British Raj. «Дні в Бірмі» — пер...

    «Tales of the Fish Patrol» is a collection of short stories by the American classic writer Jack London (1876–1916). In the center of the plot is the activity of the local “fish patrol” in San Francisco Bay. These works are largely based on real events. The story “White and Yellow,” in particular,...

    The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice is one of the highest pinnacles of the work of William Shakespeare (1564–1616). The action takes place during the Ottoman-Venetian war for control over the island of Cyprus. This is a story not only about great love and the tragedy of betrayed trust, but...

    The edition includes two works by Arthur Conan Doyle (1859—1930). The Great Shadow—an adventure story set in an Anglo-Scottish border village at the end of the Napoleonic era, including a fascinating interpretation of the Battle of Waterloo, as well as The Disintegration Machine—which is a fantas...

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874—1936) — a classic ofEnglish literature, one of the brightest writers of the firsthalf of the twentieth century. The publication of «FatherBrown’s Memories» included the short stories «The RedMoon of Meru», «The Chief Mourner of Marne», «The Blast of the Book» andoth...

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874—1936) — English writer, author of a series of detective stories, the main character of which is Father Brown. The priest is able to skillfully solve the most complex and confusing crimes. In fact, for Father Brown, this is an aspect of his pastoral work. The publica...