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#575 The Fearless Prince
By Grimm Brothers
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
The Fearless Prince is a Grimm fairy tale of a brave prince who uses his courage and wits to win the hand of a beautiful princess. The tale is full of encounters with lions, bears, giants and imps.
#573 The Crystal Ball
BY Grimm Brothers
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
The Crystal Ball is a Grimm fairy tale of an evil enchantress with three good sons. Hans the eldest, Gert and Stefan the youngest. Follow the adventures of Stefan as he acquires a magic cap and rescues a beautiful princess with the help of his brothers.
#572 The Drummer Boy
By Grimm Brothers
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
The Drummer Boy is a Grimm fairy tale following the exploits of a drummer boy who helps a father who has lost his daughter to an evil witch.
#156 The Conquest of Mexico
By Bernal Diaz del castillo
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
The Conquest of Mexico written by Bernal Diaz de Castillo in 1521 is a first-hand account of the Spanish military incursion into Mexico by Hernan Cortes and his army and their complete annihilation of the Aztecs.
#130 Caesar's Conquests
Julius Caesar
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
Caesar’s Conquests covers the adventures of Julius Caesar as he fought the different tribes in Gaul to submit to the power of Rome. Caesar not only defeated the barbarians in Gaul (France) but also those in Switzerland and Belgium.
#102 The White Company
By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
The White Company was written by Arthur Conan Doyle. The historical adventure tael is set during the Hundred Years War in the countries of England, France and Spain, from 1366-1367.It covers the exploits of Edward, the Black Prince as he tries to restore Peter of Castile to the throne of the Kingdom of Castille.
#98 The Red Badge of Courage
By Stephen Crane
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
The Red Badge of Courage is an American Civil War story written by Stephen Crane. The story is about a young Union soldier, Henry Fleming, who flees in his first battle. Guilt ridden with shame, he longs for a battle wound “The Red Badge of Courage” to prove himself worthy. At the end of the story Henry acts as a flag-bearer in another engagement with the enemy.
#89 Crime and Punishment
By Fyodor Dostoevsky
Introduction by William B. Jones Jr.
Crime and Punishment written by Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky in 1866, tells the story of the mental anguish and moral struggles of Rodion Raskolnikov an ex-student from St. Petersburg who plans and kills an unsavoury pawnbroker for her cash. Under the loving guidance of Sonya, a prostitute, he eventually confesses his crime and is sentenced to Siberia.
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