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By Shakespeare, William
A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. The play consists of multiple subplots that revolve around the marriage of Theseus and Hippolyta. One subplot revolves around a conflict between four Athenian lovers, one about a group of six amateur... actors who have to act out their interpretation of the play 'Pyramus and Thisbe' at the wedding of Theseus and Hippolyta. These subplots take place in a forest, inhabited by fairies who control the characters of the play. The play is one of Shakespeare's most popular works for the stage and is widely performed across the world.Read more
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By Whyte, Alexander
Alexander Whyte's classic biographies of Biblical characters are accurate and spiritually respectful - this volume begins with Adam and concludes with Achan.
By Kephart, Horace
Our Southern Highlanders is one of the first studies of Appalachian culture and what life was like for the people living in the small area of Hazel Creek, high in the Smoky Mountains. First published in 1913, Kephart was criticized for focusing on the residents of this secluded, ...backwoods country who were living in poverty and neglecting to outline the lives of the many middle class landowners of the area who's lives weren't much different than any other average landowners in the rest of the U.S. His sensationalism of the outlaws and poor folks living in the area were said to portray all the residents of Hazel Creek as backwards, even somewhat feral. Understandably, many of the residents of Hazel Creek took offense to Kephart's book, while others argued that, as a writer, it would be only natural that he would write about the more colorful characters of the area.Read more
By Kipling, Rudyard
This unfinished autobiography by Rudyard Kipling offers a glimpse into the author's early life, and some of the periods he spent working on his most famous books and poems.
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