9 classics Books that Changed the World by Charles Darwin, Mary Wollstonecraft, Michael Faraday, Marie Carmichael Stopes, Cristoforo Colombo., Marco Polo, Adam Smith, Sigmund Freud, Ronghua Xiang & William Wilberforce

9 classics Books that Changed the World

By Charles Darwin, Mary Wollstonecraft, Michael Faraday, Marie Carmichael Stopes, Cristoforo Colombo., Marco Polo, Adam Smith, Sigmund Freud, Ronghua Xiang & William Wilberforce

  • Release Date: 2012-08-30
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Mary Wollstonecraft
A Vindication Of The Rights Of Woman, With Strictures On Political And Moral Subjects

A Vindication Of The Rights Of Woman: With Strictures On Political And Moral Subjects (1792), Written By The Eighteenth-Century British Feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, Is One Of The Earliest Works Of Feminist Philosophy......

Michael Faraday
Experimental Researches In Electricity.

First Published In Three Volumes From 1839 To 1855, This Landmark Work Clearly Discusses The Inquiries That Led To The Author's Development Of The First Dynamo And His Establishment Of The Foundations Of Classical Field Theory. "The Writing Is Interesting And The Expositions Are Impressive." -- "Florida Scientist." 

Magna Charta

Magna Carta Was The First Document Forced Onto An English King By A Group Of His Subjects, The Feudal Barons, In An Attempt To Limit His Powers By Law And Protect Their Privileges. It Was Preceded And Directly Influenced By The Charter Of Liberties In 1100, In Which King Henry I Had Specified Particular Areas Wherein His Powers Would Be Limited......

Marie Carmichael Stopes
Married Love Or Love In Marriage

Married Love Or Love In Marriage Is A Book Written By Dr. Marie Carmichael Stopes, First Published In March 1918 By A Small Publisher, After Many Other Larger Publishers Turned Her Down Because Of The Content. It Rapidly Sold Out, And Was In Its Sixth Printing Within A Fortnight.....

Charles Darwin
On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life.

On The Origin Of Species, Published On 24 November 1859, Is A Work Of Scientific Literature By Charles Darwin Which Is Considered To Be The Foundation Of Evolutionary Biology. Its Full Title Was On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life. For The Sixth Edition Of 1872......

Slave Trade Act 1807(On The Abolition Of The Slave Trade)

The Slave Trade Act Was An Act Of Parliament Of The United Kingdom Passed On 25 March 1807, With The Long Title "An Act For The Abolition Of The Slave Trade"......

Cristoforo Colombo
Extracts From The Journal Of Columbus

Christopher Columbus Was An Explorer, Colonizer, And Navigator, Born In The Republic Of Genoa, In What Is Today Northwestern Italy. Under The Auspices Of The Catholic Monarchs Of Spain, He Completed Four Voyages Across The Atlantic Ocean That Led To General European Awareness Of The American Continents.......

Marco Polo
The Travels Of Marco Polo

Books Of The Marvels Of The World  Or Description Of The Worldalso Nicknamed Il Milione  Or Oriente Poliano And Commonly Calledthe Travels Of Marco Polo, Is A 13Th-Century Travelogue Written Down By Rustichello Da Pisa From Stories Told Bymarco Polo, Describing The Travels Of The Latter Through Asia, Persia, China, And Indonesia Between 1271 And 1291......

Adam Smith
An Inquiry Into The Nature And Causes Of The Wealth Of Nations.

Having Spent 10 Years Putting Together This Material In Sum, Smith's 1776 Wealth Of Nations Had An Enourmous Impact Among The Rising Bourgeois Of Europe And The Freshly Independent United States Of America......

Sigmund Freud
Dream Psychology

The Medical Profession Is Justly Conservative. Human Life Should Not Be Considered As The Proper Material For Wild Experiments....

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