Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Bartleby Library: Great Books Online

One thing that was fun to do on a hot summer day was to curl up in a hammock under a shady tree. Today, thanks to wireless technology and the Internet,You can enjoy books from the comfort of that hammock, using a laptop or PDA.THIS site is one called the Bartleby Library: Great Books Online. Here you check our some great classic literature and read it online or print it out for later consumption. There is a wide variety of books here, such as Agatha Christie's first novel, "A Mysterious Affair at Styles", to Emily Post's "Etiquette", and several books by President Theodore Roosevelt. An interesting stop as far as I was concerned was the Quotes section. They make interesting reading.

So curl up under that old shade tree, and enjoy your reading time. This is an educational as well as informative site. Enjoy your stop here today.

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