Cadmus is a character not well known in Greek / Roman myths and in some cases he is considered a hero, the bearer of the letter or the creator of the alphabet. In this unprecedented story, brought by none other than the god Hermes, Cadmus tells us his true story, his true mission (especially because his wife Harmonia was already suspicious about...
If you are grateful and nourished with love and creativity for our Universe - you are in demand and effective
In the silver sounds of the anthem of the conquerors of space, the brightest notes are the notes of creation
This competition story is built in the form of a dialogue
A good aphorism as a love story - focused on the most creative moments...
Become the best version of yourself together in a digital virtual platform for writers
Take part in a children's writing competition and write a wonderful hymn with your parents
Wonderful prizes, friends around the world and the development of creative skills are guaranteed
Станьте лучшей версией себя вместе в цифровой виртуальной платформой для...
The universe of loving hearts and good events enriches everyone with bright emotions and love.
You are the diamonds in my heart, the wind in my wings, the creators of good events, the most beloved readers!
This story is about miracles, magic portals and bright minds of mankind.
It’s good to be enthusiastic, in demand and important, it is importa...
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The book is intended for a wide audience
The author of aphorisms speaks every language of love, awareness and kindness
Anyone who speaks the world in the language of the good will gain understanding in any country and on any planet - on Mars or on the Moon
Be creative, be positive! Best regards, @LapinaMargarita
Juliet Bradshaw is breaking. She has givin up on living, but no one cares. Her mom left town to exscape her abusive father, and she took her little brother with her. She thinks no one cares, and that no one will ever love her. She feels like she's drowning, can the new kid in town save her or will he prove to her what she thinks? That she is dee...
A House of Pomegranates is a collection of whimisical short stories by Oscar Wilde. This collections includes the following tales: The Young King, The Birthday of the Infanta, The Fisherman and his Soul, and The Star-child. Readers of all ages will be delighted by these fanciful tales.
A statue who, at one time, was a real prince. He was happy when alive, because he was kept ignorant of any sadness or suffering outside his palace walls. His life was one of joy and fulfilled desires. And then he died. Upon his death, a statue was made depicting him which was covered in gold, had beautiful sapphires for eyes, and a ruby attached...
In 2026 in a technologically advanced city, which is sustained by the existence of an underground society of labourers. The son of one of the city's founders falls in love with a girl from the underground society, as the two societies begin to clash due to the lack of a unifying force.
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Pride and Prejudice is a romantic novel by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. The story charts the emotional development of the protagonist, Elizabeth Bennet, who learns the error of making hasty judgments and comes to appreciate the difference between the superficial and the essential. The comedy of the writing lies in the depiction of manne...
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Silent film from 1911 with Jessalyn Van Trump (1887–1939) as Bonita, J. Warren Kerrigan (1879–1947) as Jack Dickson, the Sheriff, Jack Richardson (1870–1960) as the outlaw lieutenant and George Periolat (1874–1940) as the outlaw leader.
Black Canaan is a short story written by Robert E. Howard that was originally published in the June 1936 issue of Weird Tales. It is a regional horror story in the Southern Gothic mode, one of several such tales by Howard set in the piney woods of the ArkLaTex region of the Southern United States.
The story centers on a young couple, John and Edith Andros. They are the parents of Ede, their two-and-half-year-old daughter. Although the prospect of having a child to continue his name and livelihood appeals to the father, the day-to-day realities soon irritate him. Early on it is apparent this creates discord among the couple.
The daughter ...
Written circa 1917, and published published much later in "Vanity Fair". It was later first published in book form in Tales of the Jazz Age in 1922.
Written, like "Tarquin of Cheapside," while I was at Princeton, this sketch was published years later in "Vanity Fair." For its technique I must apologize to Mr. Stephen Leacock.
I have laughed ov...