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  • Tales Collected by the Brothers Grimm - “the original 1884 text of Margaret Hunt, by all accounts a good translation, if somewhat old-fashioned by present-day standards.”  (12/26/2005)
  • Brave New World

    a 1932 dystopian novel by Aldous Huxley, set in London in the 26th century. The novel anticipates developments in reproductive technology, eugenics and hypnopedia that combine to change society.- Wikipedia

    One site implies that Brave New World is still under copyright protection. However, e-text versions of it are available on several sites on-line, including at least one university site. There are many sites offering an analysis of the book, Brave New World? A Defence Of Paradise-Engineering included. As well, it also provides an e-text version. (12/26/2005)

  • The Invisible Library is a collection of books that only appear in other books. Within the library’s catalog you will find imaginary books, pseudobiblia, artifictions, fabled tomes, libris phantastica, and all manner of books unwritten, unread, unpublished, and unfound. (12/24/2005)

  • Oscar Wilde Collection — readable works by Oscar Wilde (12/24/2005)

  • Project Gutenberg - Top 100  — Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. (12/24/2005)

According to Wikipedia:

Freehold is a term used in real estate or real property law, land held in fee simple, as opposed to leasehold, which is land which is leased.

A freeholder is an elected county official in the State of New Jersey; see Board of Chosen Freeholders, the body they serve in. (an 8th great-grandfather of mine was one of the earliest freeholders)

Farnham's Freehold is a novel written by Robert A. Heinlein in 1965.

North Farnham was an Anglican parish in Richmond county, Virginia (9th great-grandparents owned land in this parish)

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