Critically not as well received as Tom Jones or Joseph Andrews, Amelia was Henry Fielding's third novel. The entire text is here, along with a lengthy introduction. Multiple formats of the ebook are accessible via this page.
A special subcollection of Project Gutenberg's online book catalog: audio books, recorded by real people (there is also a computer-generated audio books collection). Currently includes 35 or so selections ranging from fairy tales, Beatrix Potter stories, the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and the Wizard of Oz, to a short narrative written by Benjamin Franklin, World of the Worlds by H.G. Wells, or Shakespeare sonnets.
The complete full-text of this literary work is available to download or read in online multiple digital formats. This famous translation was first published in 1910 and includes an introductory note by the translator, John Addington Symonds.
Resource presents multiple digital formats of this literary text. You can read about the famous scientist's life in his own words, as he recalled his thoughts and actions for his children.
Project Gutenberg provides the full text to over 20 books by Anton Chekov. Select the title of the book, and then choose the best way in which to view and read it in its entirety.
A Child's History Of England by Charles Dickens offers the opportunity to learn the history of England as told by one of the finest storytellers of English literature. The book begins with Roman Britannia and proceeds chronologically to Queen Victoria.