Little Lord Fauntleroy

A story about an ancient inheritance into which Cedric Errol (Ceddie), also called Little Lord Fauntleroy, comes through the workings of fate after first his eldest uncle and successor-in-title to the earldom of Dorincourt, dies, then his second uncle, the new...

The Merchant of Venice

Since William Shakespeare wrote this play almost five hundred years ago, there have of course been innumerable reviews and interpretations of the work in several living languages, numerous stage play productions with adaptations sometimes to whatever were at the time...

Heidi

There are a few notable aspects to this book: The moving description of nature, especially the mountain world of the Swiss alps – the “Alm”. The character portraits and the way in which the different characters relate to one another, coming from differing backgrounds...

The Grand Inquisitor

Embedded in Dostoevsky’s “The Brothers Karamazov” is an essay or prose poem titled “The Grand Inquisitor”, which probably reflects the recognitions gained by Dostoevsky himself after many inner struggles. In this essay or parable, Dostoevsky seems to be expressing his...