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John Steinbeck “East of Eden”

I am sometimes very upset by the fact that the true masters of the pen often do not find in the life of that recognition, which they undoubtedly deserved. Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes posthumously, world circulations and translations into dozens of foreign languages, enrolling in the ranks of classics and similar regalia – it’s all […]

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Wilkie Collins “Moonstone”

England was always famous for its literary riches, and the detective line in British literature was no exception. Everyone knows the great names of Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. True lovers of detectives still relish the works of Edgar Allan Poe, although they did not differ with particularly outstanding volumes. But the real […]

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Dan Brown “Inferno”

The writer Dan brown is just a fantastically famous all over the world. Still, his mystical novels associated with ancient artifacts and secret cults and world religions can deprive readers speechless. If you include puzzles, shooting, love Affairs and scandalous intrigue, it turns out a truly explosive mix. One of the most famous novels of […]

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Charlotte Bronte “Jane Eyre”

English love affair is a classic of world literature. But this genre is perfect for the form and content of the work. In 1847 the London salons literally exploded with delight. Since then, created the Charlotte Bronte book “Jane Air”, the whole world was conquered elegant style, pure English temperament of the main character, her […]

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One, but very exciting book

If you like small talk, intrigue, and mystery, then you here! Over a Cup of gourmet coffee beauty will tell you my story. Who wrote the book The short story “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” wrote American writer and playwright Truman Garcia Capote (1924 – 1984). Born and raised Truman in New Orleans. Childhood was not very […]

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Victor Hugo “The Man who laughs”

To read classic fiction for the modern man still to wear the beautiful costume from the world-famous couturier. The only book will give you something more than aesthetic – sharp mind. Immortal creation of Victor Hugo French writer Victor Hugo books created specifically in order to pick up the most sensitive strings of the human […]

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John Galsworthy “The Forsyte Saga”

The book “the Forsyte Saga” is one of the major works of English novelist and playwright, Nobel prize for literature John Galsworthy. In his novel, the writer tried to convey the mastery of the narrative art. In the story lies the story, where the intertwined love and betrayal, passion and despair, hatred and happiness. The […]

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2 stories about the pure love

These books revive the faith in true love and made you appreciate the real strong relationship. Read romance novels and enjoy the warmth of feeling!   Jojo Moyes “Before I met you” The book will make you wonder why it happened so and not otherwise? Yes, life is cruel, dreams remain unfulfilled, but there is […]

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Report Writing Tips

Title Needs to be descriptive and clear, not too prolonged. Ideally, it should describe the main results. Introductory paragraph In about 2-6 paragraphs, an introductory paragraph: 1) presents the specific problem and defines the reason why it really is so challenging; 2) sums up what can be said about the problem, referring to previous work […]

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Charles Dickens “Great expectations”

“Great expectations” by Charles Dickens is the story of a boy from a poor family who was lucky enough to become independent and to find their place in high society. The plot of the novel is filled with vivid landscapes of London during the reign of Queen Victoria and stands out for its wit. This […]

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“Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach

Richard Bach ― a famous American writer, a descendant of Johann Sebastian Bach, the author of a philosophical parable “Seagull Jonathan Livingston”. The story was printed in 1970. Two years after the publication of the number of copies sold reached one million. The writer himself has repeatedly stressed that the parable was written in memory […]

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Charles Dickens “A tale of two cities”

The product of “a Tale of two cities” by Charles Dickens is one of the most popular novels in the UK, which became a bestseller for many years before the appearance of the concept. The circulation of English books in the entire history of sales varies around 200 million. “The story…” was published in 1859. […]

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Victor Hugo “Les Miserables”

One of the main works of the French writer of the 19th century, Victor Hugo is considered the book “Les Miserables”, but popularity came to him much earlier, after the publication of the first novel “Notre Dame de Paris”. Victor Hugo isn’t like the other authors of the romantic era, his work can be traced […]

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