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The Communist Manifesto eBook PDF Download

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The Communist Manifesto PDF The writer of the novel The communist manifesto is Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx. This original name of the novel in German is “Manifest der kommunistischen Partei”. This political pamphlet was written when revolutions of 1848 started to appear. It proved to be the most influential political manuscript of the time. Below is the short summary of the novel. ...

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Strangers on a Train by Patricia Highsmith

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Strangers on a Train book summary Strangers on a Train is a psychological thriller novel. The writer of this novel is Patricia Highsmith. In 1951 the novel is adapted into a film of the same name. The film was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. This is the story of two men who are travelling in a train they don’t know each other. ...

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The African Queen by C. S. Forester

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The African Queen Summary The African Queen is written by C. S. Forester who was a master of suspense. It is a simple, pure and great story of adventures and passions. The novel is about the World War I, when Charlie and Rose, a scruffy trader and an English love woman evangelist grounded together by the situation. They run off from ...

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The Death of the Heart Novel Summary

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The Death of the Heart Novel Summary The Death of the Heart is written by famous author Elisabeth Bowen and is published in 1938.In this novel, Elisabeth writes about the 16 years old orphan. His name was Portia Quayne. He shifted to London to spend his life. Here, he falls in love with the Eddie. This novel has 418 pages and published by ...

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A Void (La Disparition) by Georges Perec Summary

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A Void Novel Summary La Disparition is a French novel and written by the Goerges Perec. It was firstly published in 1969 in the French language. Afterward, it was published in the English language in 1995. This novel has 300 pages. it was published by The Harvill Press. The writer did no use the letter “e” in the novel except ...

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