Download Catiline's War, The Jugurthine War, Histories by Sallust PDF

By Sallust

The merely surviving works from one of many world's earliest historians, in very important new translations

Sallust's first released paintings, Catiline's War, includes the memorable historical past of the 12 months sixty three, together with his innovations on Catiline, a Roman flesh presser who made an ill-fated try and overthrow the Roman Republic. In The Jugurthine War, Sallust dwells upon the feebleness of the Senate and aristocracy, having amassed fabrics and compiled notes for this paintings in the course of his governorship of Numidia.

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Download Sister Carrie (Barnes & Noble Classics) by Theodore Dreiser PDF

By Theodore Dreiser

Sister Carrie, through Theodore Dreiser, is a part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which deals caliber versions at reasonable costs to the coed and the final reader, together with new scholarship, considerate layout, and pages of conscientiously crafted extras. listed here are a few of the awesome positive aspects of Barnes & Noble Classics:<UL type=disc>* </UL>All variations are superbly designed and are published to better requirements; a few contain illustrations of old curiosity. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls jointly a constellation of influences—biographical, historic, and literary—to improve each one reader's realizing of those enduring works.
When small-town Carrie Meeber arrives in Eighteen Nineties Chicago, she can't understand what awaits. Callow, attractive, and on my own, she stories the bitterness of temptation and difficulty at the same time she units her attractions on a greater lifestyles. Drawn through the seductive wish to upward push above her social classification, Carrie aspires to the pinnacle of the appearing career in long island, whereas the fellow who has turn into enthusiastic about her gambles every thing for her sake and attracts close to the edge of destruction.

Dreiser’s first novel, Sister Carrie (1900) used to be encouraged by way of the lifetime of considered one of his sisters, who had eloped to long island with a disreputable lover. Its sympathetic depiction of Carrie’s amorous affairs surprised its writer, whose grudging efforts gained few preliminary readers till the book’s profitable re-publication in 1907. this day it resonates with Dreiser’s clear-sighted knowing of existence within the more and more mercantile international of the massive urban, and together with his trust within the domination of destiny over loose will. quite within the unflinching tragedy of its ultimate chapters, the unconventional broke new flooring in American fiction for its gritty realism and for the nature of Carrie, who starts “a half-equipped little knight” and turns into a really glossy woman.
<P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">Herbert Leibowitz</B> is the editor and writer of Parnassus: Poetry in Review. His books contain Fabricating Lives: Explorations in American Autobiography and Hart Crane: An advent to the Poetry. he's presently writing a serious biography of William Carlos Williams.

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Download Les Miserables (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) by Victor Hugo PDF

By Victor Hugo

The most largely learn novels of all time, Les Misérables was the crowning literary fulfillment of Victor Hugo’s attractive profession. although he was once thought of the best French author of his day, Hugo used to be compelled to escape the rustic due to his competition to Napoleon III. whereas in exile he completed Les Misérables, an immense melodrama set opposed to the history of political upheaval in France following the rule of thumb of Napoleon I.

This newly abridged edition of Les Misérables tells the tale of the peasant Jean Valjean--unjustly imprisoned, baffled by means of future, and hounded by means of his nemesis, the magnificently learned, ambiguously malevolent police detective Javert. As Valjean struggles to redeem his prior, we're thrust into the teeming underworld of Paris with all its poverty, lack of knowledge, and agony. simply as merciless tyranny threatens to extinguish the final vestiges of desire, uprising sweeps over the land like wildfire, igniting an unlimited fight for the democratic perfect in France.

A enormous vintage devoted to the oppressed, the underdog, the laborer, the insurgent, the orphan, and the misunderstood, Les Misérables is a wealthy, emotional novel that captures not anything under the whole thing of lifestyles in nineteenth-century France.

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Download Romances (Obra completa Shakespeare, Volume 4) (Penguin by William Shakespeare PDF

By William Shakespeare

Por primera vez en lengua española, todo el teatro y los angeles poesía de William Shakespeare al alcance de los lectores en nuevas ediciones de bolsillo. Romances es el cuarto volumen de una colección de cinco que reúne las mejores traducciones contemporáneas, respetando el verso y los angeles prosa originales. Un festín para los amantes de las buenas letras.

Edición de Andreu Jaume.

Troilo y Crésida
versión de Luis Cernuda

Bien está todo lo que bien acaba
versión de José María Valverde

Medida por medida
versión de Circe Maia

Pericles, príncipe de Tiro
versión de Andrés Ehrenhaus

versión de Javier Montes

Cuento de invierno
versión de Marcelo Cohen

La tempestad
versión de Marcelo Cohen y Graciela Speranza

Dos nobles de l. a. misma sangre
versión de Amir Hamed

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Download Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse PDF

By Hermann Hesse

Obviously retail caliber epub with regrettably no lineage.

"A new translation by means of David Horrocks.

At first sight Harry Haller sounds like a good, expert guy. actually he's the Steppenwolf: wild, unusual, alienated from society and repulsed by way of the trendy age. yet as he's drawn right into a sequence of dreamlike and infrequently savage encounters - followed via, between others, Mozart, Goethe and the bewitching Hermione - the misanthropic Haller discovers a better fact, and the potential of happiness. This haunting portrayal of a guy who feels he's half-human and half-wolf turned a counterculture vintage for a disaffected new release. but it's also a narrative of redemption, and an intricately-structured modernist masterpiece. this is often the 1st new translation of Steppenwolf for over 80 years, returning to the clean, actual language of Hesse's original."

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Download Orgullo y prejuicio by Jane Austen PDF

By Jane Austen

«Es una verdad universalmente aceptada que todo soltero en posesión de una gran fortuna necesita una esposa»: este comienzo -junto con el de Anna Karénina, quizá uno de los más famosos de los angeles historia de l. a. literatura- nos introduce sabiamente en el mundo de Jane Austen y de su novela más em-blemática. Orgullo y prejuicio, publicada en 1813 tras el éxito de Juicio y sentimiento, reúne de forma ejemplar sus temas recurrentes y su visión inimitable en los angeles historia de las cinco hijas de los angeles señora Bennett, que no tiene otro objetivo en su vida que conseguir una buena boda para todas ellas. Dos ricos jóvenes, el señor Bingley y el señor Darcy, aparecen en su punto de mira e inmediatamente se ven señalados como posibles «presas». El opresivo ambiente de l. a. familia, los angeles presión del matrimonio y del escándalo, los angeles diferencia de clases, el fantasma de los angeles pobreza y l. a. actitud de una heroína más rica y compleja en sentimientos que cualquier heroína de cualquier novela anterior, se conjugan en esta obra maestra leída y celebrada a lo largo de más de dos siglos.

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Download On the Shortness of Life (Penguin Great Ideas) by Seneca PDF

By Seneca

Throughout background, a few books have replaced the realm. they've got remodeled the best way we see ourselves—and one another. they've got encouraged debate, dissent, struggle and revolution. they've got enlightened, outraged, provoked and comforted. they've got enriched lives—and destroyed them.

Now, Penguin brings you the works of the good thinkers, pioneers, radicals and visionaries whose principles shook civilization, and helped make us who we're. Penguin's Great Ideas sequence positive aspects twelve groundbreaking works by way of a few of history's such a lot prodigious thinkers, and each quantity is fantastically packaged with a special type-drive layout that highlights the bookmaker's artwork. supplying nice literature in nice programs at nice costs, this sequence is perfect for these readers who are looking to discover and relish the nice rules that experience formed the world.

The Stoic writings of the thinker Seneca supply robust insights into the artwork of residing, the significance of cause and morality, and proceed to supply profound counsel to many via their eloquence, lucidity and undying wisdom.

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Download The Poetry of T. S. Eliot by T. S. Eliot PDF

By T. S. Eliot

Thomas Stearns Eliot used to be born on September twenty sixth 1888 in St Louis, Missouri. At age 25 he moved to England and have become a British topic in 1927. he's considered as one of many significant poets of the 20 th Century. His preliminary leap forward was once for 'The Love tune of J. Alfred Prufrock in 1916'. it's a masterpiece of Modernist Poetry and used to be through such beautiful items as 'The Waste Land', 'The hole Men', 'Ash Wednesday' and 'Four Quartets'. He was once provided the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948. As a poet he produced fairly little notwithstanding it was once of outstanding caliber. He wrote additionally a few performs the main recognized of that is 'Murder within the Cathedral'. TS Eliot was once additionally a famous released who championed the paintings of many poets through his paintings at Faber & Faber. right here we submit a lot of his early poetry in one quantity of excellence.

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Download Claraboya by José Saramago PDF

By José Saramago

La novela perdida de José Saramago. Donde todo comenzó...

Amanece en Lisboa. En una mañana de mediados del siglo XX, los angeles mirada del novelista se asoma a los angeles ventana de un vecindario. Se anuncia un día no muy diferente de los demás: el zapatero Silvestre, que abre su taller; Adriana, que parte hacia el trabajo mientras en su casa tres mujeres inician otra jornada de costura; Justina, que tiene ante sí un largo día jalonado por las disputas con su brutal marido; los angeles mantenida Lidia; y los angeles española Carmen, sumida en nostalgias...

Discretamente, l. a. mirada del novelista va descendiendo y, de repente, deja de ser basic testigo para ver con los ojos de cada uno de los personajes. Capítulo a capítulo, salta de casa en casa, de personaje en personaje, abriéndonos un mundo gobernado por l. a. necesidad, las grandes frustraciones, las pequeñas ilusiones, los angeles nostalgia de tiempos que ni siquiera fueron mejores. Todo cubierto por el silencio tedioso de los angeles dictadura, los angeles música de Beethoven y una pregunta de Pessoa: ¿Deberemos ser todos casados, fútiles, tributables?

Saramago terminó de escribir Claraboya a los treinta y un años y entregó el manuscrito a una editorial de l. a. que solo obtuvo respuesta cuarenta años más tarde, cuando period un escritor consagrado. los angeles escritura minuciosa y paciente retrata con maestría una época marcada por l. a. desesperanza. Claraboya anticipa de un modo deslumbrante los elementos del universo Saramago, así como las virtudes que serán el germen de tantas obras maestras. En el texto se oye los angeles voz de José Saramago, se reconocen sus personajes, se identifican los angeles lucidez y l. a. compasión que según los angeles Academia Sueca distinguen su obra.

La crítica ha dicho...
«En todas las almas, como en todas las casas, además de fachada, hay un inside escondido.»
Raul Brandaõ

«Claraboya es un retrato luminoso sobre una época sombría; un regalo, porque los lectores pueden saciar los angeles necesidad de seguir leyéndole.»
Pilar del Río, traductora y presidenta de l. a. Fundación Saramago

«El unique estaba completo. Se ha podido publicar el libro sin ningún tipo de interferencia; no le falta nada, ni un bocado. Es una novela interesantísima, con un gran número de personajes, muy elocuente y bien narrada.»
Zeferino Coelho, editor portugués de José Saramago

«Tal vez exista alguna ingenuidad en l. a. elaboración de este libro, pero yo prefiero llamarla luminosidad, transparencia, y se lo agradezco. El dispositivo narrativo es, como siempre, potente y unique. Una vez más demuestra poseer el don que le hizo inconfundible y único.»
Inés Pedrosa, escritora

«Un relato sencillo y divertido, con los angeles fuerza y l. a. profundidad que han definido todo el trabajo posterior de Saramago. En Claraboya nos encontramos una mirada irónica, afilada y precisa sobre las relaciones humanas, y nos sorprende l. a. confianza con los angeles que el jovenescritor es capaz de buscar en el inside de estos personajes memorables.»
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