The Harvard Classics & Fiction Collection [180 Books] Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon
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The Harvard Classics & Fiction Collection [180 Books] Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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Found 2nd Dec
180 Books in one download !!!!

Compiled and Edited by Charles W. Eliot LL D in 1909, the Harvard


Classics is a 51-volume Anthology of classic literature from throughout


the history of western civilization. The set is sometimes called


"Eliot's Five-Foot Shelf."

This e-book is all 51 volumes, the


equivalent of over 20,000 printed pages in one e-book. It is fully


searchable with a completely linked table of contents.


Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 54752.0 KB
  • Print Length: 40326 pages
  • Publisher: Arthur Wallens (24 Nov. 2017)

  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B077SCLQJF
  • Text-to-Speech:
    amazon.co.uk/dp/…lse
  • This set is identified as being from Golden Deer but the front cover

    says "Book Center" and the publisher is identified in the Kindle Store

    as Arthur Wallens. I mention this because this set of the HARVARD

    CLASSICS is virtually identical to a previous Golden Deer edition (whose

    publisher is identified as Oregan) selling (as of the date of this

    review) for $9.99. It is also identical to a $.99 edition from Eireann

    Press. Therefore, at any given time, you should go with the least

    expensive among them. (There are two other editions, not identical to

    these, I will mention at the end.)

    What the Kindle Store

    description of these sets does not always make clear is that each of

    these 3 provides the original 51-volume set (to which the blurb refers)

    AS WELL AS the 20-volume SHELF OF FICTION (which the blurb may not

    mention) for a total of 71 volumes (reportedly containing 180 works,

    many, but not all, in their entirety). Overall, it is one massive ebook

    compilation.

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14 Comments

Thanks Boz.
A lifetime of reading.

Good

Been meaning to read this again thanks Boz!

Brilliant. Thanks, Boz.

Nothing less than 100 years old (the list was compiled in 1909). All the books are freely available from the Gutenberg project.
People will download this simply because of its size. They might start one or two - like the fairy tales, but they will lose interest after half an hour or so.
Voting this HOT is only because it is a lot of stuff for free. But the only book in this load worth reading is Machiavelli's The Prince

mrzootsuit1 h, 34 m ago

Vol. 1: FRANKLIN, WOOLMAN, PENNHis Autobiography, by Benjamin FranklinThe …Vol. 1: FRANKLIN, WOOLMAN, PENNHis Autobiography, by Benjamin FranklinThe Journal of John Woolman, by John Woolman (1774 and subsequent editions)Fruits of Solitude, by William PennVol. 2. PLATO, EPICTETUS, MARCUS AURELIUSThe Apology, Phaedo, and Crito, by PlatoThe Golden Sayings, by EpictetusThe Meditations, by Marcus AureliusVol. 3. BACON, MILTON'S PROSE, THOS. BROWNEEssays, Civil and Moral, and New Atlantis, by Francis BaconAreopagitica and Tractate of Education, by John MiltonReligio Medici, by Sir Thomas BrowneVol. 4. COMPLETE POEMS IN ENGLISH, MILTONComplete poems written in English, by John MiltonVol. 5. ESSAYS AND ENGLISH TRAITS, EMERSONEssays and English Traits, by Ralph Waldo EmersonVol. 6. POEMS AND SONGS, BURNSPoems and songs, by Robert BurnsVol. 7. CONFESSIONS OF ST. AUGUSTINE, IMITATION OF CHRISTThe Confessions, by Saint AugustineThe Imitation of Christ, by Thomas á KempisVol. 8. NINE GREEK DRAMASAgamemnon, The Libation Bearers, The Furies, and Prometheus Bound, by AeschylusOedipus the King and Antigone, by SophoclesHippolytus and The Bacchae, by EuripidesThe Frogs, by AristophanesVol. 9. LETTERS AND TREATISES OF CICERO AND PLINYOn Friendship, On Old Age, and letters, by CiceroLetters, by Pliny the YoungerVol. 10. WEALTH OF NATIONS, ADAM SMITHThe Wealth of Nations, by Adam SmithVol. 11. ORIGIN OF SPECIES, DARWINThe Origin of Species, by Charles DarwinVol. 12. PLUTARCH'S LIVESLives, by PlutarchVol. 13. AENEID, VIRGILAeneid, by VirgilVol. 14. DON QUIXOTE, PART 1, CERVANTESDon Quixote, part 1, by CervantesVol. 15. PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, DONNE & HERBERT, BUNYAN, WALTONThe Pilgrim's Progress, by John BunyanThe Lives of Donne and Herbert, by Izaak WaltonVol. 16. THE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTSStories from the Thousand and One NightsVol. 17. FOLKLORE AND FABLE, AESOP, GRIMM, ANDERSONFables, by AesopChildren's and Household Tales, by Jacob and Wilhelm GrimmTales, by Hans Christian AndersenVol. 18. MODERN ENGLISH DRAMAAll for Love, by John DrydenThe School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley SheridanShe Stoops to Conquer, by Oliver GoldsmithThe Cenci, by Percy Bysshe ShelleyA Blot in the 'Scutcheon, by Robert BrowningManfred, by Lord ByronVol. 19. FAUST, EGMONT, ETC. DOCTOR FAUSTUS, GOETHE, MARLOWEFaust, part 1, Egmont, and Hermann and Dorothea, by Johann Wolfgang von GoetheDr. Faustus, by Christopher MarloweVol. 20. THE DIVINE COMEDY, DANTEThe Divine Comedy, by Dante AlighieriVol. 21. I PROMESSI SPOSI, MANZONII Promessi Sposi, by Alessandro ManzoniVol. 22. THE ODYSSEY, HOMERThe Odyssey, by HomerVol. 23. TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST, DANATwo Years Before the Mast, by Richard Henry Dana, Jr.Vol. 24. ON THE SUBLIME, FRENCH REVOLUTION, ETC., BURKEOn Taste, On the Sublime and Beautiful, Reflections on the French Revolution, and A Letter to a Noble Lord, by Edmund BurkeVol. 25. AUTOBIOGRAPHY, ETC., ESSAYS AND ADDRESSES, J.S. MILL, T. CARLYLEAutobiography and On Liberty, by John Stuart MillCharacteristics, Inaugural Address at Edinburgh, and Sir Walter Scott, by Thomas CarlyleVol. 26. CONTINENTAL DRAMALife is a Dream, by Pedro Calderón de la BarcaPolyeucte, by Pierre CorneillePhèdre, by Jean RacineTartuffe, by MolièreMinna von Barnhelm, by Gotthold Ephraim LessingWilliam Tell, by Friedrich von SchillerVol. 27. ENGLISH ESSAYS: SIDNEY TO MACAULAYVol. 28. ESSAYS: ENGLISH AND AMERICANVol. 29. VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE, DARWINThe Voyage of the Beagle, by Charles DarwinVol. 30. FARADAY, HELMHOLTZ, KELVIN, NEWCOMB, ETCThe Forces of Matter and The Chemical History of a Candle, by Michael FaradayOn the Conservation of Force and Ice and Glaciers, by Hermann von HelmholtzThe Wave Theory of Light and The Tides, by Lord KelvinThe Extent of the Universe, by Simon NewcombGeographical Evolution, by Sir Archibald GeikieVol. 31. AUTOBIOGRAPHY, BENVENUTO CELLINIThe Autobiography of Benvenuto CelliniVol. 32. LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYSEssays, by Michel Eyquem de MontaigneMontaigne and What is a Classic?, by Charles Augustin Sainte-BeuveThe Poetry of the Celtic Races, by Ernest RenanThe Education of the Human Race, by Gotthold Ephraim LessingLetters upon the Aesthetic Education of Man, by Friedrich von SchillerFundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals, by Immanuel KantByron and Goethe, by Giuseppe MazziniVol. 33. VOYAGES AND TRAVELSAn account of Egypt from The Histories, by HerodotusGermany, by TacitusSir Francis Drake Revived, by Philip NicholsSir Francis Drake's Famous Voyage Round the World, by Francis PrettyDrake's Great Armada, by Captain Walter BiggesSir Humphrey Gilbert's Voyage to Newfoundland, by Edward HaiesThe Discovery of Guiana, by Sir Walter RaleighVol. 34. FRENCH AND ENGLISH PHILOSOPHERS, DESCARTES, VOLTAIRE, ROUSSEAU, HOBBESDiscourse on Method, by René DescartesLetters on the English, by VoltaireOn the Inequality among Mankind and Profession of Faith of a Savoyard Vicar, by Jean Jacques RousseauOf Man, Being the First Part of Leviathan, by Thomas HobbesVol. 35. CHRONICLE AND ROMANCE, FROISSART, MALORY, HOLINSHEADChronicles, by Jean FroissartThe Holy Grail, by Sir Thomas MaloryA Description of Elizabethan England, by William HarrisonVol. 36. MACHIAVELLI, MORE, LUTHERThe Prince, by Niccolò MachiavelliThe Life of Sir Thomas More, by William RoperUtopia, by Sir Thomas MoreThe Ninety-Five Theses, To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation, and On the Freedom of a Christian, by Martin LutherVol. 37. LOCKE, BERKELEY, HUMESome Thoughts Concerning Education, by John LockeThree Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous in Opposition to Sceptics and Atheists, by George BerkeleyAn Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, by David HumeVol. 38. HARVEY, JENNER, LISTER, PASTEURThe Oath of HippocratesJourneys in Diverse Places, by Ambroise ParéOn the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals, by William HarveyThe Three Original Publications on Vaccination Against Smallpox, by Edward JennerThe Contagiousness of Puerperal Fever, by Oliver Wendell HolmesOn the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery, by Joseph ListerScientific papers, by Louis PasteurScientific papers, by Charles LyellVol. 39. PREFACES AND PROLOGUESVol. 40. ENGLISH POETRY 1: CHAUCER TO GRAYVol. 41. ENGLISH POETRY 2: COLLINS TO FITZGERALDVol. 42. ENGLISH POETRY 3: TENNYSON TO WHITMANVol. 43. AMERICAN HISTORICAL DOCUMENTSVol. 44. SACRED WRITINGS 1Confucian: The sayings of ConfuciusHebrew: Job, Psalms, and EcclesiastesChristian I: Luke and ActsVol. 45. SACRED WRITINGS 2Christian II: Corinthians I and II and hymnsBuddhist: WritingsHindu: The Bhagavad-GitaMohammedan: Chapters from the KoranVol. 46. ELIZABETHAN DRAMA 1Edward the Second, by Christopher MarloweHamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, and The Tempest, by William ShakespeareVol. 47. ELIZABETHAN DRAMA 2The Shoemaker's Holiday, by Thomas DekkerThe Alchemist, by Ben JonsonPhilaster, by Beaumont and FletcherThe Duchess of Malfi, by John WebsterA New Way to Pay Old Debts, by Philip MassingerVol. 48. THOUGHTS AND MINOR WORKS, PASCALThoughts, letters, and minor works, by Blaise PascalVol. 49. EPIC AND SAGABeowulfThe Song of RolandThe Destruction of Dá Derga's HostelThe Story of the Volsungs and NiblungsVol. 50. INTRODUCTION, READER'S GUIDE, INDEXESVol. 51. LECTURESThe last volume contains sixty lectures introducing and summarizing the covered fields: history, poetry, natural science, philosophy, biography, prose fiction, criticismand the essay, education, political science, drama, travelogues, and religion.


Whoever finally approved this ebook didn't do what you did. How utterly unusable just list 1 to whatever as numbers in the table of contents. You does us proud and put to shame those who do no quality check before pushing this out.

Thank you Boz!

Thanks, I've been meaning to read Forces of Matter and The Chemical History of a Candle for ages

pete_l16 h, 56 m ago

Nothing less than 100 years old (the list was compiled in 1909). All the …Nothing less than 100 years old (the list was compiled in 1909). All the books are freely available from the Gutenberg project.People will download this simply because of its size. They might start one or two - like the fairy tales, but they will lose interest after half an hour or so.Voting this HOT is only because it is a lot of stuff for free. But the only book in this load worth reading is Machiavelli's The Prince


HAHAHAHHAHHAHHAHA!!!
Wow. Seriously? Can't believe you actually came out with that drivel. Some of the finest examples of literature dismissed by your good self. Cervantes , Moliere, Descartes, Shakespeare, all not worth reading,. eh? Well done.
HOT by the way.

Thanks Boz..

Another hot free deal Boz, thanks!!

14.99 for me, with free sample
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