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Former President of Harvard University Charles W. Eliot wrote in his introduction to the Harvard Classics, "In my opinion, a five-foot shelf would hold books enough to give a liberal education to any one who would read them with devotion, even if he could spare but fifteen minutes a day for reading." Here you are, you can easily listen to his entire 15-minutes-a-day study guide while commuting to and from work (most of us spend far more than 15 minutes a day commuting each day), doing mundan ...
 
Middle East Weekly brings you the most important stories from the Middle East, taking you behind the headlines with analysis from across the region. If you're interested in the Middle East, aren't sure why it's so important, or are just looking for a new way to fill your morning commute, give us a listen! Every week we'll be looking at three new Middle Eastern issues in the news, with expert analysis from our team of editors who'll be lifting the lid on a region that all too often seems impo ...
 
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The Sybil, an old witch, personally conducts Æneas through the gate and into the jaws of hell, where terrors abound on every hand and frightful mysterious forms rule. There he is told of the greatness and glory that was to come. (Volume 13, Harvard Classics) Virgil died Sept. 21, 19 B. C.โดย Rich E Book
 
Held as a Moorish slave for five years, Cervantes was submitted to almost daily tortures. But even the horrors of slavery could not dull his sense of humor, as evinced by his most witty and amusing novel. (Volume 14, Harvard Classics) Cervantes ransomed from slavery, Sept. 19, 1580.โดย Rich E Book
 
Every sight was full of beauty. We were coming back to our homes, and the signs of civilization from which we had been so long banished --" wrote Dana, as his ship entered Boston Harbor. (Volume 23, Harvard Classics) Dana returns from two-year voyage, Sept. 18, 1836.โดย Rich E Book
 
For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: 'It might have been.'" On this theme Whittier based the story of a fair farmer girl and a rich judge. (Volume 42, Harvard Classics) Whittier died Sept. 17, 1892.โดย Rich E Book
 
How significant were the events of June 1989 in the broader span of recent Chinese history? How does the aftermath of the Beijing massacre help to explain events since then, including what is happening in Hong Kong today? How deep is the state-imposed amnesia about Tiananmen? What is the future of June Fourth Studies? Join authors Jeremy Brown and …
 
"Such felons as stand mute [do not confess] are pressed to death by huge weights laid upon a board that lieth over their breast and a sharp stone under their backs." Old English punishments, recorded by Holinshed, make startling reading. (Volume 35, Harvard Classics)โดย Rich E Book
 
George Washington retired to private life in 1796, entrusting "the preservation of the Union" to the "love of liberty." His last appeal is a vital message to American citizens, as pertinent today as when he penned it. (Volume 43, Harvard Classics) George Washington published "Farewell Address," Sept. 15, 1796.…
 
Dante, having journeyed through Hell and Purgatory, comes at last to St. Peter on his throne. St. Peter calls for the aid of St. James and St. John before passing final judgment on Dante's righteousness. (Volume 20, Harvard Classics) Dante died Sept. 14, 1321.โดย Rich E Book
 
From cockfighting, bear baiting, and like sports, the wife of John Bunyan converted him to a life of humility and reverence. While imprisoned for preaching, he used his idle time in writing a fantastic story of a soul's salvation -- probably the most famous allegory ever written. (Volume 15, Harvard Classics) John Bunyan liberated and pardoned, Sep…
 
In all literary history there is no happier love story than that of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning. During their secret courtship Miss Barrett sent Browning many beautiful love letters written in verse. (Volume 41, Harvard Classics) Browning married Elizabeth Barrett, Sept. 12, 1846.โดย Rich E Book
 
One of America's famous New Englanders, Oliver Wendell Holmes, devoted his life principally to medicine. His name, however, was made famous through his poem, "Old Ironsides," by which he saved America's most famous battleship from destruction when her fighting days were ended. (Volume 42, Harvard Classics)…
 
Since the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, five men have principally shaped the ruling Chinese Communist Party and the nation: Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao, and Xi Jinping. David Shambaugh analyzes the personal and professional experiences that shaped each leader and argues that their distinct leadership…
 
"There are days during the year," says Emerson, "when the world of nature reaches perfection." Can anyone escape this call, especially in the glorious Indian Summer? (Volume 5, Harvard Classics) Emerson retires from the ministry, Sept. 9, 1832.โดย Rich E Book
 
There was a time when the snow fell and did not melt in summer. Then from the frozen north there descended huge masses of ice that covered northern Europe and most of North America. Glaciers reveal a new world to us. (Volume 30, Harvard Classics) Helmholtz died Sept. 8, 1894.โดย Rich E Book
 
Many sons of Scotland have striven eagerly for the great place held by Sir Walter Scott. Carlyle describes the qualities that combined to make him the idol of his people and the master of historical romance. (Volume 25, Harvard Classics)โดย Rich E Book
 
Just as the individual has a definite length of life, so have species a limited duration. The progress and transition of the world, Darwin declares, will see the extinction of certain variants of human life. (Volume 11, Harvard Classics) Darwin first outlines his theory of natural selection, Sept. 5. 1857.…
 
PanelistsJaw-Nian Huang, Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Development Studies, National Chengchi University, TaiwanLawrence Zi-Qiao Yang, Assistant Professor, Institute of Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, TaiwanKevin Wei Luo, Doctoral Fellow, Hou Family fellow in Taiwan Studies, Harvard Unive…
 
Voltaire's daring courage led him to publish a series of letters which contained unfavorable comparisons of French customs with the English. For this he was threatened with the Bastille. (Volume 34, Harvard Classics)โดย Rich E Book
 
Until 1783 the British refused to believe that the Liberty Bell had rung. Then they signed a treaty formally recognizing the Colonies as free and independent states. (Volume 43, Harvard Classics) Treaty between England and the United States signed Sept. 3, 1783.โดย Rich E Book
 
While his soldiers fought the battle of Actium, Antony fled to the arms of Cleopatra. By his flight he forfeited his right to an empire. Dryden's story of Antony's love makes us realize the folly of his infatuation for the Nile siren. (Volume 18, Harvard Classics) Battle of Actium, Sept. 2, 31 B. C.โดย Rich E Book
 
While at Oxford, Penn rejected the student's gown and thereby created a furore. Later he founded a city where he sought to put his new ideas into practice. (Volume 1, Harvard Classics) Penn arrested for preaching in London, Sept. 1, 1670.โดย Rich E Book
 
Emerson was included in Dr. Eliot's recent selection of the world's ten greatest educators of all time. Here the great thinker discusses this force within man that makes him a scholar. (Volume 5, Harvard Classics) Emerson delivers "American Scholar" lecture, Aug. 31, 1837.โดย Rich E Book
 
Every luxury, all the wealth in the world at his command – yet Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of haughty Rome, led a simple life even in a palace. He left his secret in his "Meditations." (Volume 2, Harvard Classics)โดย Rich E Book
 
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