This great ebook opens the world of Ambrose G. Bierce by providing texts of the Fantastic Fables, Can Such Things Be, An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories, all hyperlinked to the famous Devil's Dictionary.
Ultimate CoffeEbook 3.0 Coffee is an E-book all about the world wide stimulant. The topics range from history to recipes for cakes, pies and mousses. The book is nicely illustrated with drawings and photographs. No problem staying awake reading this subject.
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Description: This great ebook opens the world of Ambrose G. Bierce by providing texts of the Fantastic Fables, Can Such Things Be, An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories, all hyperlinked to the famous Devil's Dictionary. With this ebook, you will be able to read the works of Ambrose Bierce and look up the meaning that he gave to some words. Knowing what Bierce thought or meant when he used the word - editor - for instance, will help in the study and understanding of his works. You will be able to consult the Devil's Dictionary where most of the words are cross-linked. When reading the entry for hatchet, the word peace, therein, is hyperlinked to its entry. Each page is printable, making it easier to study.
Beowulf Interactive 2 Teach Beowulf the Anglo/Saxon folk epic with software for the classroom. Instead of using textbooks, students learn about Beowulf, early medieval history, etc. with audio, texts
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