Harvard classics essays english and american

And for those who want a bit of formal training in reading these books, while still retaining the “raw” feel of reading the books and not listening to academic lectures about them, there are still a small handful of colleges that offer BAs based simply upon reading and discussing these books with peer readers. St. John’s College in Annapolis and Santa Fe, Thomas Aquinas College in California both provide such an education as their only “major”. And even core programs at Chicago, Notre Dame, and Columbia (I think) still might provide and education in these “Great Books”.

Noet (), the academic/ scholarly division of Faithlife (formerly Logos) bible software has digitized and cross-linked the Harvard Classics, the Shelf of Fiction, and a TON of other volumes, including Civil War era newspapers, and much, much more. They also give away a free volume each month (not necessarily a volume from the Harvard Classics, or Shelf of Fiction). They have free reading apps for your PC (Mac or PC), and iOS, Android, and Windows tablets and phones. The PC/Mac software features a multi-pane setup, so that you can read works in parallel, or utilize multiple resources in your studies...

So vast is the range of The Harvard Classics , that they touch every phase of human interest. They tell of the great discoveries and inventions of the ages, the epoch-making progress of our world in science and medicine, and they relate the history and development of our laws, our educational systems, and our humanitarian reforms. They present the supreme works of 302 of the world’s immortal, creative minds; essays, biography, fiction, history, philosophy, the supreme writings which express man’s ambitions, hope and development throughout the centuries.

eing a necessary, every man is obliged to
buy of the farmer a certain quantity of it; because, if he did not buy
this quantity of the farmer, he would, it is presumed, buy it of some
smuggler. The taxes upon both commodities are exorbitant. The temptation
to smuggle, consequently, is to many people irresistible; while, at
the same time, the rigour of the law, and the vigilance of the farmer’s
officers, render the yielding to the temptation almost certainly
ruinous. The smuggling of salt and tobacco

Harvard classics essays english and american

harvard classics essays english and american

eing a necessary, every man is obliged to
buy of the farmer a certain quantity of it; because, if he did not buy
this quantity of the farmer, he would, it is presumed, buy it of some
smuggler. The taxes upon both commodities are exorbitant. The temptation
to smuggle, consequently, is to many people irresistible; while, at
the same time, the rigour of the law, and the vigilance of the farmer’s
officers, render the yielding to the temptation almost certainly
ruinous. The smuggling of salt and tobacco

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