Off topic: Who wants to read the classics?
Thread poster: Edwal Rospigliosi

Edwal Rospigliosi  Identity Verified
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Apr 25, 2004

Hi

I found this site: http://www.classicauthors.net/

It has the works of classic authors, from Joseph Addison to William Wodsworth. Right now I'm in the middle of "Great Expectations", by Dickens. Hope you enjoy it as much as I.

Regards

edwal


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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
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Thank you so much Apr 25, 2004

Edwal,
this is a great and rich great site. I saved it on my favorites. Thank you for sharing it with us!

Monika


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Agua  Identity Verified
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Thank you :-) Apr 25, 2004

Thank you,

Mar


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María Teresa González Núñez  Identity Verified
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Thank you Apr 26, 2004

thank you for this wonderful site

Mayte


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Charlotte Blank  Identity Verified
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Something similar in German: Projekt Gutenberg Apr 26, 2004

Hi,

thanks for this great site! If only I had more time for reading...
There is a similar site in German on http://gutenberg.spiegel.de/ with world-wide literature. Here again: If only...:)

Charlotte


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Rosa Elena Lozano Arton  Identity Verified
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It is a pleasure to be able to read the classics on line Thanks a lot Apr 28, 2004

Edwal Rospigliosi wrote:

Hi

I found this site: http://www.classicauthors.net/

It has the works of classic authors, from Joseph Addison to William Wodsworth. Right now I'm in the middle of "Great Expectations", by Dickens. Hope you enjoy it as much as I.

Regards

edwal


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