"Ran Away to Sea" by Mayne Reid is a humorous yet dark story about a well nourished young man who left his home and family to seek adventures on the sea, however, when he arrives, life on the deck turns out not to be what he dreamed of.
"Omoo: Adventures in the South Seas" by Herman Melville is a story that follows the adventures of a South Sea whaling boat and is centered around Melville's personal memories as a crew member.
"The Descent of Man" by Charles Darwin is a 1871 biological book about the evolution of humans. It looks specifically at the characteristics and emotional and mental capacities that make us distinctly human.
"The Crater: Or, Vulcan's Peak; a Tale of the Pacific" by James Fenimore Cooper is a story of an utopian island in the Pacific.
"The Efficiency Expert" by Edgar Rice Burroughs takes place in 1919 and features Jimmy Torrance, a young college grad who barely passes college. When he graduates college he turns down the opportunity to manage the family company and moves to Chicago where he struggles to make a living.
"The Land of Fire: A Tale of Adventure" by Mayne Reid is an action-packed, classic story for all ages! The Land of Fire was Captain Mayne Reid's last written novel.
"The Land That Time Forgot" by Edgar Rice Burroughs is an action-packed science fiction novel about the adventures on Caprona, where all the past lives. On the island we are introduced to dinosaurs, flying reptiles, and cavemen. Bowen Tyler and his crew try and survive on this mysterious continent.
"The Iron Heel" by Jack London was published in 1907 and is a thrilling, science fiction novel. In the year of 2180, Ernest Everhand and his wife Avery attempt to form a socialist revolution in a society that is governed by Capitalism.
"The House of the Dead or Prison Life in Siberia" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky is a memoir based on Fyodor's terrifying experience in a Siberian prison camp.
"The Guerilla Chief: And other Tales" by Mayne Reid is a classic adventure novel.
"The End of the Tether" by Joseph Conrad tells the story of a deep, conflicted seaman, Captain Whalley.
"The Hand of Ethelberta: A Comedy in Chapters" by Sigmund Freud is a novel that explores class distinctions in Victorian England. It follows the life of Ethelberta, whose father is a butler as she dreams of success and freedom.
The "Journal of Arthur Stirling : ("The Valley of the Shadow")" is a novel by Upton Sinclair that analyzes the psychology of the poet, Arthur Stirling.
"The Man" by Bram Stoker is a classic romantic novel in Rural England in the 19th Century. It tells the story of Stephen, who has just inherited a large sum of money from her father and must choose between two men.
"The Outdoor Girls in a Winter Camp: Or, Glorious Days on Skates and Ice Boats" by Laura Lee Hope is a delightful story about four girls' adventures during World War I. This story is the fourth novel in the "Outdoor girls" series.
"The Oakdale Affair" by Edgar Rice Burroughs is a mysterious tale. When a thief steals from Jonas Prim, the president of the Oakdale bank and his daughter goes missing, a private detective sets out to solve the mystery.
"The Outlaw of Torn" by Edgar Rice Burroughs is an historical story that takes place in medieval England and France. Sir Jules De Vac seeks retaliation and abducts Prince Richard, the second son of King Henry III.
"The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras" by Jules Verne is an adventure novel about a mate, Captain John Hatteras, and his adventures to the North Pole.
"The Story of a Calico Clown" by Laura Lee Hope is a charming children's story about a Clown. This story is appropriate for all ages!
"The Pot Boiler: A Comedy in Four Acts" is a hilarious play written by Upton Sinclair.
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