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Articles from our Library
Who Was Lord Lucan?
Intermediate
Suspected of murder, Lord Lucan disappeared more than forty years ago...
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The Bedouin
Elementary
WITH AUDIO - Read about the nomadic Bedouin of Arabia
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Sultan Suleiman
Elementary
WITH AUDIO - a brief history of the greatest of the Turkish Sultans
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The Signal
Pre-Intermediate
Vsevolod Garshin's cautionary tale of official unfairness that leads to a terrible revenge!
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Tupac Amaru II
Upper-Intermediate
Over 200 years ago, a rich man of Indian and European blood rebelled against his colonial rulers...
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An Account of Some Strange Disturbances at Aungier Street
Advanced
Two friends who move into a house that they don’t have to pay for but with a dark history!
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