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List of free eBooks in this page are
* On the Origin of Species
* Farm Engines and How to Run Them
* Men of the Old Stone Age
* Myths and Dreams
* Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience
* Seductio Ad Absurdum

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On the Origin of Species

On the Origin of Species

Darwin's theories has coined the term,"The Survival Of The Fittest".  This book is an academic explanation of the Darwin's many theories which ultimately becoming the concept of Life Sciences now.   Darwin's theory of evolution is based on key facts and the inferences drawn from them summarised as follows:      ..

Farm Engines and How to Run Them

Farm Engines and How to Run Them

Farm Engines and How to Run Them is an illustrated handbook by James H. Stephenson. It is a hands on guide to the farm engines basics, their understanding, installation and maintaining them with safety and economically. Though this book was targeted for the students, it will be simultaneously useful for amateurs like small farmers. A special att..

Men of the Old Stone Age

Men of the Old Stone Age

Men of the Old Stone Age written by Henry Fairfield Osborn is a historic work of the human evolution of many stages from his ignorance of agriculture, his dependence on the natural food like fruits and flesh, discovery of fire and clothing, wildness to survive himself from animals, invention of shelters through hut. From the above prehistoric st..

Myths and Dreams

Myths and Dreams

Myths and Dreams is written by Edward Clodd, an anthropologist and writer of English origin. Objective of this book is to deliver how myths and dreams lead humans to develop supernatural beliefs. Examples are cited from both barbaric races and civilized races.  Written in two parts, part one covers the myths and its birth and growth, par..

Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience

Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience

Walden and On the Duty of Civil Disobedience is written by Henry David Thoreau, a multifaceted personality who was an American writer, philosopher, critic, naturalist, tax resistor and a historian. Walden is a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings which emphasize upon resistance to civil government and argues against an unjust st..

Seductio Ad Absurdum

Seductio Ad Absurdum

Seductio Ad Absurdum is written by Emily Hahn, an American journalist and Author of more than 52 books and 180 articles and stories. Interestingly Seductio Ad Absurdum is her first book which is a tongue-in-cheek exploration of how men court women. It was published in the year 1930 with the support of her literary agent Maxim Lieber. This book e..

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