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    Hi everybody
    In this topic we are going to recommend
    some great books for reading
    reading for information , enjoyment and pleasure ...etc
    you can share different kind of books such as
    Science Fiction, drama, Action , Adventure, Romance,
    mystery, horror, diaries,
    biographies, and fantasy.
    Please share any book you read , have read , are reading
    do not forget the following
    essential information about the book
    title , author
    a short description of the book and
    a picture of the book and an amazon link if possible
    thanks to you all

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    I will start with this book
    which I read a long time ago


    Educating Rita
    by
    Willy Russell

    ******************

    Educating Rita is about a working-class Liverpool girl's hunger for education, is 'simply a marvellous play, painfully funny and passionately serious; a hilarious social documentary; a fairy-tale
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    Good topic, well done
    I hope people will share and read
    .
    thanks.
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    the second book I would like to recommend is

    The Sound of Music
    Maria Von Trapp

    the true story of a young Austrian who
    brought love and music to a widower
    and his large family
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    the book is about a hundred pages
    and it was made into a film

    here is the book cover and an amazon link

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Th...biw=1152&hl=en


    https://www.amazon.com/Sound-Music-A.../dp/0194241572
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    a summary of the story

    in English and Arabic

    https://www.gradesaver.com/the-sound...-guide/summary

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    Good topic, well done
    I hope people will share and read
    .
    thanks.

    thank you very much
    I hope too

    .
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    the next book will be

    Goodbye Mr. Chips
    by
    James Hilton

    Goodbye Mr. Chips is the endearing and enduring story of
    a slightly comical schoolmaster's career that illuminates
    the story of Britain through two tragic world wars .
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    Two brief , well written articles entitled

    It takes more than a slap to teach right from wrong

    &

    The day my daughter hit me
    .
    see the attachment below

    enjoy reading
    .
    cheers
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    Cry, the Beloved Country
    by
    Alan Paton

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    Fever 1793
    by
    Laurie Halse Anderson


    It's late summer 1793, and the streets of Philadelphia are abuzz with mosquitoes and rumors of fever. Down near the docks, many have taken ill, and the fatalities are mounting. Now they include Polly, the serving girl at the Cook Coffeehouse. But fourteen-year-old Mattie Cook doesn't get a moment to mourn the passing of her childhood playmate. New customers have overrun her family's coffee shop, located far from the mosquito-infested river, and Mattie's concerns of fever are all but overshadowed by dreams of growing her family's small business into a thriving enterprise. But when the fever begins to strike closer to home, Mattie's struggle to build a new life must give way to a new fight—the fight to stay alive.
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    Sharifan

    by

    SAADAT HASAN MANTO
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    v
    v
    v
    v
    v

    It is the story of violent reaction, almost inhuman rage
    and revenge of Qasim when he and his family is
    attacked by enemies. He finds himself injured with
    a bullet, finds his wife dead and discovers his
    daughter, Sharifan, naked and dead.

    .
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    The journeys of Marco Polo


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    Marco Polo (c. 1254-1324) was a Venetian merchant and adventurer who made an extended, twenty-four year (1271-95), journey with his father Niccolò and his uncle Maffeo into central Asia, including seventeen years spent in Mongol-controlled China.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=th...w=1152&bih=606
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    THE POETS AND THE HOUSEWIFE

    Martin Armstrong

    Once upon a time, on a summer's day, two poets having shut up shop, went out into the country to collect copy, for their stock of this commodity was exhausted. And they were careful to dress themselves carelessly : and one put on a black collar and black-and-white checked trousers, and the other a cravat of raging scarlet, " for " they thought (though they did not say so) " we must dress the part/' And their hats were wide and reckless and the hair beneath their hats was as the thatch upon a broad-eaved barn. And as they journeyed, poking about with their walking-sticks after the precious substance of their quest, there gathered over their heads the devil of a storm. And at the proper moment the storm burst and the rain came down and the poets left off seeking for copy and huddled under a hawthorntree. And they appeared as two proud exotic birds, lighted down from the Iyord knows where. And there was a lodge near the hawthorn-tree, and the lodgekeeper's wife looked out and, seeing the two, she exclaimed : — " lyord, look what the wet brings out! " And the rain increased fearfully. And when, after a while, she looked out again the poets were changed, for their bloom was impaired, the rain had clotted their hair, and the scarlet cravat of the one had become crimson from saturation. And rain dripped from all their extremities. And the lodgekeeper's wife was grieved for them and called out : — " Young men, will you not come in ? Why play the heron who stands lugubrious with his feet in cold water when it is open to you to become as sparrows twittering with gladness beneath the eaves ? " But they bowed politely and replied: — " Thanks awfully, ma'am, but we are poets and we like it. " And the lodgekeeper's wife was riled and sneered at them, saying :— " They have had a drop too much. " But they, smiling deprecatingly upon her, responded :— " Madam, you are pleased to be dry. "

    " And you, " quoth she, " are pleased to be wet. " And she clapped-to the window, casting up her eyes and enquiring rhetorically " Did you ever ? " and " What next ? And the rain came down like hell, leaping a foot high from the road and sousing all things. And after another while the lodgekeeper's wife looked out again, and the two had gathered closer about the trunk of the hawthorntree, and they were as two old crows, for their shoulders were up and their beaks were down and they were unbelievably dishevelled. And, being a charitable woman, she shouted to them again :— " Miserable gentlemen, in the name of civilization and commonsense, come inside. " But they dared not turn their faces to her for fear that the water should run down their necks ; so, revolving themselves all of a piece, they replied : — " Renewed thanks, ma'am, but we are very well for we are acquiring copy. " But the lodgekeeper's wife did not understand the wood copy, so that she was amazed beyond measure and the power of comment was taken from her. And the storm, having stormed itself out, abated: and the place was filled with delicious smells of breathing leaves, and the warm sweetness of hawthorn perfumed the air. And the lodgekeeper's wife looked out from the window a fourth and last time, and the poets were departing. And the tragedy of their appearance was beyond all computing. For the scarlet from the cravat of the one had run down into the bosom of his shirt, so that he was as it were a robin-redbreast. And both were soaked to the uttermost. And when those poets were returned home, the one found that he had lost a shirt and the other that he had gained a cold. Therefore the one went out and bought a new shirt at seven and six and dear at that, and the other got himself a shilling bottle of Ammoniated Quinine which was tolerably cheap considering. And the one wrote an ode called Midsummer Storm for which he

    obtained five guineas, so that (deducting fourpence for stamps and seven and six for the shirt) his net profit was four pounds seventeen and twopence. But the other could only manage a one-guinea sonnet called Rain Among Leaves, so that (deducting fourpence for stamps and a shilling for the Quinine) his net profit was but nineteen and eight. Thus the two acquired great store of copy (more indeed than they bargained for) and the sum of five pounds sixteen shillings and tenpence thrown in. But the wife of the lodgekeeper knew nothing of this : therefore she still believes, like many other ill-informed persons, that poets are but unpractical dreamers.
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    the following play is one of my best
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    A Streetcar Named Desire

    by

    Tennessee Williams
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    last but not least

    The Pearl
    by the American author
    John Steinbeck
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