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World Wide School

World Wide School The World Wide School is a free library of e-texts that range in subject matter from adventure stories to zoology, written by authors from Aesop to Emile Zola. The premise of the library is to provide an opportunity for lifelong learning. You won't find current literature
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World Wide School


The World Wide School is a free library of e-texts that range in subject matter from adventure stories to zoology, written by authors from Aesop to Emile Zola. The premise of the library is to provide an opportunity for lifelong learning. You won't find current literature because of copyright laws, but if you're looking for texts of quality and thought that exist in the public domain, you're very likely to find them here. For example, would you like to read Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto or William Shakespeare's Macbeth? Either, and dozens of others, is available at a mouseclick. The site is searchable by title, author and subject.

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