The Gift of the Magi PDF Short Story

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The Gift of the Magi PDF Summary O. Henry is the writer of this beautiful novel. The story covers the life of young couples who facing some real problems of their life.They want to buy Christmas gifts for each other in a very little amount they have.This is moral story tell that how people sharing gifts and the value of gifts ...

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Ulysses Novel PDF by James Joyce

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Ulysses Novel PDF Novel Review James Joyce is the writer of Ulysses PDF novel. On 2 February 1922, the novel was published. And it was not first published in Book format published in parts in the American magazine. The Little Review From March 1918 to December 1920. The Ulysses word is a word of the Latinised language. It’s one of the most famous works of ...

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Emma Novel PDF by Jane Austen

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Emma Novel PDF Book Review Emma Novel PDF is an English novel by Jane Austen, published in December 1815. It is the last novel by Jane Austen that was published during her life. The novel has been adapted into at least three Hollywood movies and it has also inspired many television programs and scripts. The story of the novel revolves around a girl ...

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Northanger Abbey PDF Book by Jane Austen

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Northanger Abbey PDF Book Review Northanger Abbey PDF novel was written by Jane Austen before the release of Sense and Sensibility. The book is an early parody of the Gothic fiction. In it, Austen defies the conventional 8th Century novel. The writing styles by making book’s heroine an undistinguished and plain girl from a middle-class family. While allowing her to ...

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Madame Bovary Book PDF Download Free

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Madame Bovary Book PDF Book Short Summary Madame Bovary PDF novel is the novel of French author Gustave Flaubert’s. The novel covers the story of Emma Bovary a doctor wife. She is involved in multiple adulterous affairs and also she is extravagant, lavish and lives beyond her means so as to escape the emptiness and banalities of her provincial life. On the other hand, ...

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The Call of Cthulhu PDF by HP Lovecraft

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The Call of Cthulhu PDF Book Review H. P. Lovecraft Wrote this horror short story book The Call of Cthulhu. Published date of the novel is February 1928. Its full text is also available online for free. The book starts with a narrator who discovers some notes and a symbolic sculpture left behind by his granduncle. The sculpture is made ...

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The Fall of The House of Usher PDF Download

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Book Review of The Fall of The House of Usher PDF “The Fall of the House of Usher PDF” is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe. The Novel is published in 1839. The book is considered as the great example of Poe’s “Totality”, with the harmonious link between element and details of the story. The book is based on ...

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow PDF

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Review of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow PDF The Legend of Sleepy Hollow PDF is a fiction genre short story of speculative by American writer Washington Irving. It was first published in 1820 along with his another book called “Rip Van Winkle”. “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” is one of the earliest examples of fiction books that endured popularity, during ...

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The Metamorphosis PDF Free eBook Download

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The Metamorphosis PDF Review The Metamorphosis PDF is a novella by Franz Kafka. It is of fiction genre and was first published in 1915. It has been known as one of the most influential works of from 20th C. It is widely studied in colleges and universities across the Europe. The book story is about a salesman who is travelling. ...

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The Age of Innocence PDF by Edith Wharton

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The Age of Innocence PDF Novel Review Edith Wharton was a novelist and short writer, and author of this classic novel. It is a crack sketch of desire and discloses during the magnificent of Golden Age of Old New York, a time when society people ” dreaded scandal more than disease ”. The title of this story is a dry ...

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