“The Beautiful Suit” – Short Story by H.G. Wells
“Each and All” – Poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Lines Written a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey” – Full text of the 1798 poem by William Wordsworth
“A Word for Autumn” – a brief essay by A.A. Milne, author of the Winny the Pooh stories.
“Up in Michigan” – a short story by Ernest Hemingway, 1923
“The Travelling Bear” – a poem by Amy Lowell
“Nature” – an essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Full Text. — “Every moment instructs, and every object: for wisdom is infused into every form.”
THE WASTE LAND by T.S. Eliot. Free Full Text.
“The Tyrrany of Things” –
an Essay by EDWARD SANDFORD MARTIN, 1893 — “Of course it all belongs to Progress, and no one is quite willing to have it stop, but it does a comfortable sufferer good to get his head out of his conveniences sometimes and complain.”
In the early days of the universe, there was a great struggle for empire between Zeus and the Titans. The Titans, giant powers of heaven and earth, were for seizing whatever they wanted, with no more ado than a whirlwind. Prometheus, the wisest of all their race, long tried to persuade them that good counselContinue reading “PROMETHEUS.”