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HISTORY OF THE STAGE.
ORIGIN OF COMEDY ARISTOPHANES DEATH OF SOCRATES.
Though the term "tragedy" has from the first productions of AEschylus to
the present time, been exclusively appropriated to actions of a serious
nature and melancholy catastrophe, there is reason to believe that it
originally included also exhibitions of a pleasant, or comic kind. The
rude satires, and gross mummery which occupied the stage, or rather the
cart, of Thespis, were certainly c...
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The novel Valley of the Moon is a story of a working-class couple, Billy and Saxon Roberts, struggling laborers in Oakland at the Turn-of-the-Century, who left the city life behind and searched Central and Northern California for a suitable farmland to own. The book is notable for the scenes in which the proletarian hero enjoys fellowship with the artists' colony in Carmel, and he settles in the Valley of the Moon.
THE VALLEY OF THE MOON
By Jack London
"You hear me, Saxon? Come on along. What if it is the Bricklayers? I'll have gentlemen ...
As the title reveals, these stories are a collection of some of Mark Twain's more fanciful and eccentric works. They run the gamut from political commentary to our species' need to "be remembered" somehow. Taken as a whole the stories are "whimsical". Taken individually, they speak the truth in different ways. (Introduction by John Greenman)
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By Mark Twain
Most of the sketches in this volume were taken from a series the author wrote for The Galaxy from May, 1870, to April, 1871...