Newton's Library
Alphabetical - G

Don't bookmark this page! As the library continues to grow, I will move stuff around to make it easier to find the book you are looking for. Suggestions on how to do this are always welcome!

Newton's Library

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 Gaboriau, Emile 1832-1873
The Mystery of Orcival universal format, v 1.0
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  A story about a family of poachers, living at Orcival during the 1860's.
 Gaskell, Elizabeth 1810-1865
Cranford universal format, v 1.0
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  Cranford is a city of women, those men that exist are seldom heard of. And why should they be, when the Cranford women can do perfectly well without them?
 Goldman, Emma 1869-1940
Down With the Anarchists! with Alexander Berkman universal format, v 1.0
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  An anarchist pamphlet from 191x, giving a short introduction to anarchist ideas and values.
Jealousy; Causes and a Possible Cure universal format, v 1.0
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  The popular notion is that jealousy is inborn and therefore can never be eradicated from the human heart. This idea is a convenient excuse for those who lack ability and willingness to delve into cause and effect.
The Philosophy of Atheism universal format, v 1.0
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  This short essay claims that humanity has out-grown the need to believe in Gods and super-natural powers, and should turn to reason and science instead.
 Gray, Thomas 1716-1771
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat universal format, v 1.0
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  You may have heard these lines before:

"Not all that tempts your wandering eyes
And heedless hearts, is lawful prize,
Nor all that glisters, gold."

This newtonbook contatins the complete poem.

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