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Which Cambridge Elements Books are Free?

Keeping track of free books in the Cambridge Elements series.


H.G. Wells’s “The Time Machine” in tweets line by line.


Edgar Rice Burroughs’s “A Princess of Mars” in tweets line by line.

The Wind in the Willows (line by line)

It's not the sort of night for bed, anyhow.

Walden (line by line)

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately.

Bartleby, the Scrivener (line by line)

Nothing so aggravates an earnest person as a passive resistance.

Alice (line by line)

Curiouser and curiouser!

Classic Boy 2 Bot

Finding bots in classic literature.

Cenotaphs from the Whaleman’s Chapel

Reading the fate of the whalemen.


100 years ago today at the Shakespeare and Company bookshop and lending library.


Celebrating the bicentenary of Mary Shelly's Frankstein.


The novels of the future!


Questions without context, from Project Gutenberg books.


Una collana di libri immaginari.


Magical stories, in Spanish.


All the hard questions from classic literature.


Harry Potter fanfiction, in German.


Fake Jane Austin haiku poems.

Alternate DHSIs

Searching for DHSI backronyms.


Why is a bot like a writing desk?

Lit News Bot

A bot that likes words and language. Defining words appearing in the news today.


This bibliophile bot talks books.


Story ideas for journalists.

Redwall Feasts Bot

Delicious descriptions from the kitchens at Redwall Abbey.

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