Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea
"NATURE’S CREATIVE POWER IS FAR BEYOND MAN’S INSTINCT OF DESTRUCTION." In 1866, several sea accidents took place in different parts of the World. Suspecting that the cause of these accidents is a giant monster, natural sciences professor Aronnax and his two friends set out on a research ship. Eventually, the team discovers what was thought to be a monster! During the encounter, when Professor Aronnax and his friends fell into the sea, they realized that the monster was indeed a submarine. The captain of the submarine, Nemo, took the three-man onboard. Thus began their incredible adventure in Captain Nemo’s famous submarine, the Natilus. Jules Verne’s magnificent imagination takes us on an enjoyable journey where we will discover mysterious treasures and extraordinary beauties under the sea...
"A conscience is that still small voice that people won’t listen to." Did you know that in the original story of Pinocchio, set in Tuscany, Italy, Pinocchio ended up dying in a horrible way? Or that the ending was changed to make the book more suitable for children? Written by the Italian writer Carlo Collodi, Pinocchio is an adventurous and provoking fairy tale with moral values. In the story, Pinocchio begins life as a talking piece of pine that refuses to be a table’s leg. The poor carpenter Geppetto turns this pine into a mischievous puppet boy named Pinocchio. Pinocchio has only one dream, to become a real child. Nonetheless, his unbridled curiosity, deceit and selfishness put him in constant danger. Throughout the book, Pinocchio encounters many distracting obstacles preventing him f...
"LOVE GIVES DIVINE COURAGE TO ALL." Plato (428-348 BCE) was a renowned philosopher, mathematician, and writer of Ancient Greece. He is widely considered to be one of the most influential thinkers in the history of Western philosophy and his works have been studied for over two millennia. Plato’s The Symposium is a timeless classic, offering insights into the human condition and exploring the nature of love. The speakers explore topics such as the origin of love, the different kinds of love and the benefits of pursuing love. The Symposium, a dialogue on the nature and purpose of love centered around the ideals of beauty and goodness, is arguably the deepest inquiry of its kind in Western philosophy. "Now turned towards the ocean of beauty and contemplating its multiple aspects, he will tire...
"EVERYONE SEES WHAT YOU APPEAR TO BE, FEW EXPERIENCE WHAT YOU REALLY ARE." The Prince stunned Europe at the time of its publication with its defense of relentless strategies on how to gain power and its disregard of traditional forms of morality. Machiavelli was inspired by his own experience of working for the swirling Florentine republic, dismissing old principles of political theory and accepting the intricate, ephemeral composition of politics. Machiavelli was famous for centuries with The Prince, his witty and derisive work about power liaisons. The main topics of this ground-breaking, and prominent, writer is that being adaptable is the way to being successful and that efficient leadership is sometimes only attained by sacrificing morality.
A Tale Of Two Cities
"It was the best of tImes, It was the worst of tImes." A tale of two cities was described as "the best story I’ve ever written" by Charles Dickens. This classic piece tells the story of a group of people trying to survive during the French Revolution. While telling personal stories, the book also portrays the brutal social conditions of the period. Constructing a story of a period of immense complexity through a family’s past, the author takes us to a breathtaking journey from quiet streets of London to the vengeful and bloody streets of Paris, a city where everyone must live under the shadow of La Guillotine.
No Man İs Free Who İs Not Master Of Himself - Epictetus
"BEHOLDING THE SUN, MOON AND STARS, ENJOYING EARTH AND SEA, A MAN IS NEITHER HELPLESS NOR ALONE!" Born a slave in Phrygia, Epictetus completed his life as a Stoic philosopher. Based on simplicity, intellect, trust, freedom of choice, seizing the moment and cultivating a peaceful mind, his philosophy keeps lighting the way to a more meaningful life from two thousand years ago.
Alice İn Wonderland
"Who In the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle!" ALICE IN WONDERLAND is a novel written by British author Lewis Carroll in 1865. It tells the story of a young girl named Alice who falls down in a rabbit hole into an underground fantasy world inhabited by strange creatures. It is considered one of the best examples of the genre of literary nonsense. The tale merges with logic and gives the story lasting popularity among adults as well as children. One of the best-known and most popular works of English fiction, its narrative, structure, characters, and imagery have been immensely influential in popular culture and literature, particularly the fantasy genre. It's been 150 years since Lewis Carroll introduced Alice in Wonderland, which has become a favorite with children and adults world...
Sherlock Holmes - A Study İn Scarlet
"I Never Make Assumptions. Assuming is a Bad Habit." A STUDY İN SCARLET is the first book of popular Sherlock Holmes series written by author Arthur Conan Doyle. The story features the introduction of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson through mutual friends and a mystery revolving around a corpse found at a derelict house in Brixton, England. The novel establishes many peculiarities and the working styles of Sherlock and Watson, who would become the most famous detective duo in popular fiction. Arthur Conan Doyle went on to write over fifty Sherlock Holmes short stories, and three more full length novels. The Sherlock Holmes stories have been adapted into many successful television series and feature films. A STUDY İN SCARLET is highly recommended for those who enjoy well fictioned detective ...
Growth is life, and life is for ever destined to make for light. The journey of White Fang, a wolf-dog, shows the meaning of civilization at the end of the 19th century through his experiences with humans and wild animals. The loss of his family teaches him the first rule of survival - kill or to be killed. After having tough times with his cruel master and man- gods, he accepts that he should obey their laws.
Martin Eden (ingilizce)
"He was a man without a past, whose future was the imminent grave and whose present was a bitter fever of living." This book is a semi-autobiographical work where the main character Martin Eden is one of Jack London's most authentic and realistic characters. Throughout the book, Martin, a poor sailor, develops intellectually to impress a beloved Bourgois and her entourage. Despite all impossibilities, he pursues his dream of becoming a known writer. The more he understands the values of the higher class, the more he realizes how meaningless those are. Trapped in his awareness, Martin Eden explains to the reader the difference between classes and shows the sad reality of individualism.
"We shall meet In the place where there Is no darkness." In 1984, World’s three superpowers, Oceania, Eurasia and East Asia are at war. Winston Smith, working for the Ministry of Truth of Oceania as a propaganda writer falls in love with his co-worker Julia. Subsequently, he begins to question the system in which he works. Pursuing his forbidden love, Winston plans to revolt against the authorities to shape his own future. Nonetheless, Big Brother, the leader of Oceania, is constantly on the watch and will not tolerate any interference. Room 101 is a constant reminder of such. Those who think or speak against the system will end up in a torture chamber in the basement of the Ministry of Love. Nineteen Eighty-Four is a Dystopic novel written by British author George Orwell, published in Jun...
What Is Man
"What is Man" consist of series of dialogues between an elderly with a strong sense of humour and a young impatient man. Throughout the book, the author compares humans to machines. He argues that man has no impulse other than the pursuit of pleasure and the avoidance of pain. The book is a great starter for those who are seeking to understand why many of us have lost the meaning of life. This work questions how our personal values and the environment surrounding us shape our identity. Although written in 1906, today the dialogues still shed light on how people can take actions with their own free will.
Nimm Dir Nicht Alles So Zu Herzen Oh Seele
"Die Kunst, die Herzen von Einflüsterungen zu reinigen und den Geist zum Schweigen zu bringen" Egal wie sehr der Mensch wie ein begrenztes Geschöpf scheinen mag, gleicht er einer endlosen Quelle, gar einer unglaublichen Schlucht. Mit seinem begrenzten Körper erlebt er eine unbegrenzte Welt und schlägt sich sein Leben lang mit Einflüsterungen herum, die ihm diese Welt unerträglich machen. Für jene, die nicht von ihrer Seele erzogen wurden, führen die Einflüsterungen, die ihnen das Leben zur Hölle machen, zu einer Reihe von physischen und psychischen Problemen und lassen die Erfahrungen, die sie auf diesem Weg erleben, wie unbedeutende Zufälle erscheinen. Jedoch ist es möglich, diese Einflüsterungen loszuwerden und zwar mit der Führung des Korans, der herabgesandt wurde, um dem Menschen Heil...
Exit From Economics
"Introduction to Economics" is the first course that introduces you to the fundamentals of economic reasoning. It involves rationality, mathematics and experience. Today, the notion no longer seems to be convincing. Generally, economics revolves around a central concept called homo economicus which refers to a prototype of a rational, economic human being. In other words, it describes an individual who acts independently and who tries to match limited resources to unlimited needs. Nonetheless, this rational being does not exist anymore. We are living in a world full of people who spend more than they earn, confuse needs with desires, "sacrifice their future happiness for familiar unhappiness". How did we become like this? When and why did the economics lose this rational human being? What ...
Keine Begegnung İn Unserem Leben İst Ein Zufall
Das Schicksal, es lässt von niemandem ab. Es wird jeden Augenblick neu geschrieben. Manchmal geschehen solche Dinge, dass du Sachen tust, die du dir niemals hättest vorstellen können. Dass du Dinge erträgst, die du dir niemals hättest ausmalen können. Dass du liebst, was du niemals gedacht hättest lieben zu können. Dass du einfach gehst, obwohl du dir das niemals hättest denken können. Und, dass du sagst, dass du gestorben bist, aber trotzdem lebst. * * * Ein Sufi, der sich selbst finden will und ein junges Mädchen, das versucht, den Lebenssinn zu finden, begeben sich auf einen langen Weg, ohne zu wissen, was auf sie treffen könnte. Sie haben nichts, dem sie vertrauen können, außer ihrem Schicksal. Die jungen Zwei begeben sich auf eine siebentägige Reise, ohne auch nur Geld, eine Kreditkar...
Vertraue Ohne Zweıfel Auf Allah
ALLAH weiß über alles Bescheid. Glaubt ja nicht, dass Er unachtsam dessen ist, was ihr an Ungerechtigkeit zu verspüren bekommt. Denn ALLAH ist zu seinen Geschöpfen barmherziger, als eine Mutter zu ihrem Kind. Ohne die Gegenleistung deines Gebetes zu verfolgen: Vertraue Ihm all deine Sorgen und Angelegenheiten an und hinterfrage Seinen Willen und Seine Entscheidungen nicht! Denn ein Diener kontrolliert seinen Schöpfer nicht! Und gewiss, zweifelt er auch nicht an Ihm! Du kannst dir sicher sein: Wenn du dich ALLAH mit vollkommener Ergebenheit näherst, kommt Er dir mit Gnade und Segen entgegen. Und genau das, wirst du dann tief in deinem Herzen zu verspüren bekommen. Du hast so viele Menschen in deiner Umgebung, die ihr wahres Ich verstecken und hinter einer Maske leben. Diese "falschen Gesich...
The Lıttle Prınce
"So when you look at the sky at night, it will be as if all the stars were laughing; as though in one of the stars I live and I will be laughing…You will have stars that know how to laugh!" And he laughed again. "And when your sorrow is comforted (with time all sorrows pass) you will be glad that you have known me. You will always be my friend. You will want to laugh with me. And you will open your window, and your friends will be surprised to see you laughing as you look up at the sky! Then you will say to them, ‘Yes, the stars always make me laugh!’ And they will think you are crazy. It will be my little joke that I will have played on you…"
Le Petıt Prınce
"Alors quand la nuit tu regardes le ciel, il sera comme si toutes les étoiles riaient… Pourtant dans l'une des étoiles je vis et je rirai. Tu auras des étoiles qui savent comment rire!" Il ria encore. "Et quand ta tristesse est consolée (avec le temps toutes les tristesses passent), tu sera ravi de m'avoir connu. Tu seras toujours mon ami. Tu voudras rire avec moi. Tu ouvriras ta fenêtre, et tes amis seront surpris de te voir rire pendant que tu regardes le ciel! Ensuite tu leur dira ‘oui, les étoiles me font toujours rire!’. Et ils penseront que tu es fou. Ca sera ma petite blague que j'ai joué sur toi…"
Sherlock Holmes - The Hound of The Baskervilles
“EVIL INDEED IS THE MAN WHO HAS NOT ONE WOMAN TO MOURN HIM.” The Hound of Baskervilles is a third of the four crime novels featuring detective Sherlock Holmes, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The book tells the story of a murder inspired by the legend of a terrifying, evil hound of a supernatural origin. No one with a compass of logic would typically take a story like this seriously, but now Sir Charles Baskerville is dead - and the footprints of an enormous hound have been found near his body. As Sherlock Holmes and his faithful friend, Dr. John Watson, continue to investigate, they will learn that nothing is as it seems... This book, which will make you hold your breath while reading, takes you to the strange world of crimes and murders that challenge the human mind while making you f...
Sherlock Holmes - The Sign Of The Four
"I NEVER MAKE EXCEPTIONS. AN EXCEPTION DISPROVES THE RULE." Ten years ago, Mary Morstan’s father went missing and every year after this incident, packages containing a precious pearl began to arrive. Sherlock and Watson’s help is needed to unravel the mystery behind those packages. The Sign of the Four is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s second Sherlock Holmes novel, published in the magazine as a story before turning into a book. The adventure stretching from India to London draws attention to Sherlock’s human characteristics at the forefront. As he always does, Doyle takes the readers’ breath away in this novel.
"All animals are created equal, but some animals are more equal than others." Overworking, mistreated and exploited animals start a revolution. They take control of the Manor’s farm with their motivating slogans. The farm animals request progress, justice, and equality. The struggle is real, the animals aim to achieve a completely democratic society based on the belief that "All Animals are Created Equal". Ironically, sooner than expected, the totalitarian rule is once again reestablished due to some animals’ mere nature. The book reflects events going back to the 1917 Russian Revolution and the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union. Since its publication, the work is named one of the greatest books of the 20th century, if not of all times. George Orwell’s classic satire perfectly illustrates ...
No Encounter Is By Chance
Fate does not give up on people. We are the decision-makers, the ones who shape our own fate. As one looks back, they may notice experiences where they do things they thought they would never do, put up with things they said they would never tolerate, or even fall in love with someone they thought they would never love. We might have been in situations where we thought we could not leave, but instead were able to walk away from; we might have days we felt like dying but still lived through. With every challenge overcome, we come closer to understanding our inner self. * * * A sufi went on a seven-day long journey with a young girl in order to help her find her life purpose. They did not bring anything but their faith in God with them. In this journey, they met amazing encounters and extrao...