LibriVox Audio Books

To the Lighthouse (Version 2)

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Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf's classic modernist novel explores the lives and thoughts of the Ramsays and their guests at the family's summer home on the …

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, December 1827

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Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Commissioner Of Indian Affairs

Because the US Constitution gives the power of relating to (and control over) Indian tribes to the federal government, Congress requires upd…

Selected Poems

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Elfrida De Renne Barrow

Elfrida De Renne Barrow was an American poet and a curator of the Georgia Historical Society. These poems were published between 1922 and 19…

Happiness: Essays on the Meaning of Life

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Carl Hilty

A series of essays based on Christian doctrines on how to attain true happiness. - Summary by Lynne T

The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction

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Dorothy Scarborough

Scholar of the macabre Dorothy Scarborough provides us with the first comprehensive overview of supernatural fiction in literary history, a …

A Backward Spring

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Thomas Hardy

LibriVox volunteers bring you 22 recordings of A Backward Spring by Thomas Hardy. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 19, 2023. …

Letters to a Daughter

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Hubert Bland

Letters to a Daughter is a collection of essays proffering ‘fatherly advice’ in the form of a one-sided correspondence. Each of these takes …

Speeches of Prince Bismarck, Part 1

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Otto von Bismarck and Otto Von Bismarck

A collection of Bismarck’s speeches translated by art historian Edmund von Mach and published in 1914 as part of THE GERMAN CLASSICS—an exte…

The Hungry Tiger of Oz

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Ruth Plumly Thompson

The Hungry Tiger gets a chance to eat LOTS of people. What will happen!?? Will his conscience stop him or will he finally stop his stomach…

The Road

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Hilaire Belloc

"We are arrived at a chief turning-point in the history of the English highway. New instruments of locomotion, a greater volume of traf…

101 Mexican Dishes

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May E. Southworth

Here are compiled 101 recipes for Mexican dishes including soup, fish, meat, fowl, vegetables, meat dumplings, desserts, enchiladas, tamales…

War poems and other verses

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Robert Ernest Vernède

Vernède enlisted with the British Army as a second lieutenant at the start of World War I, even though he was over the maximum age of…

The Practice of Christian And Religious Perfection, Vol. 1

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Alphonsus Rodriguez

A very extensive book consisting of eight treatises, this is a book all people should read if they truly wish to save their souls and go to …

Why We Love Music

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Carl Emil Seashore

Psychologists have not explained why we love music. A technical psychologist indulges in generalizations and predictions in a practical and …

History of the Early Settlement of Bowmanville and Vicinity

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John T. Coleman

"Early settlers of Bowmanville, Darlington, Clarke, and surrounding country, with sketches of the habits and customs of the aborigines,…

La fabricanta

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Dolors Monserdà

Aquesta novel·la narra la història de l'Antonieta, una dona d'origen menestral que lluita per obrir-se pas comandant una f&agr…

Augustan Books of Modern Poetry: Robert Graves

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Robert Graves

Poems from Robert Graves published by the Augustan Books of Poetry. - Summary by KevinS

The Peaceful Atom

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Bernice Kohn Hunt

In this children's science book from the early 1960s, the concept of atoms and the science behind them is introduced. The book recounts the …


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Robert Hugh Benson

A tale of all types of human pain (physical, spiritual, and psychological), this book teaches what it means to be truly human. An interestin…

The House on the Cliff (Version 2)

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Franklin W. Dixon

The house had been vacant and was supposed to be haunted. Mr. Hardy started to investigate - and disappeared! (From an old ad) This the s…

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