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It's getting a bit colder and the desire to just stay home and spend some time with family is growing. We'll soon have such a chance to do that because it's almost November, a month of thanksgiving and presents. We wait for Thanksgiving Day to see our loved ones.
May these readings bring joy and happiness to your hearts on Thanksgiving holidays.
Autumn / Fall is the time of the year that covers all with a range of emotions: joyful sun's rays, storms of disillusionment, or melancholic rain. By definition the Fall means change: warm and sunny, or formidable and harsh. One minute it is bright and colorful, and the next there is only gray.

Today we offer you selections of autumn poems from the Leopold Classic Library collection. We trust you will enjoy the beautiful rhymes of this special season.
Today we turn to an engrossing literary genre — the historical novel. This literary composition transports us from the present time to the events of a certain historical period. In these books, historical truth meets imaginative fiction. Readers begin to feel the ambience of that time: from cultural traditions, to social conditions and political views, we are provided an opportunity to plunge into a succession of events of that era.
A recent study by US scientists has shown that book reading brings a lot of benefits to the body, since the process of reading exercises the whole brain. Standford scientists have come to this conclusion by studying the workings of the human brain in the process of reading.
Romanticism is one of the most significant literary movements of the 19th century, it is a certain worldview. The French Revolution, which began on 14 July 1789 with the capture of the Bastille, is most important event in the emergence of the Romantic era. The revolution was one of the key catalysts in the development of modern republican, democratic Europe, and later became a symbol of the struggle for freedom, equality and the fight against grinding poverty.
Most adults can recall from their childhood memories the genuine pleasure that they took in reading some interesting, exciting work of literature. The memories that you cherish should naturally lead you to wish to introduce your children to the world of classical literature. After all, every book that has been read shapes children's mores, values, world outlook, and beliefs that will influence them at all levels in their future adult lives.
It is almost impossible to imagine life without literature. Books are the source of knowledge and the means of self-perfection. Today, people can choose among a variety of book types and genres. If you are a lover of classical literature, Leopold Classic Library is delighted to bring to your attention its own selection of the Top 7 books that everyone should read at least once in their lives.
We at Leopold Classic Library suggest you a break, and read about some literary facts. You might even find the inspiration to read something you had never thought of.
​Love has been written about in various ways in literature, and love affairs are the foundations of many works in classical literature. Romantic novels envelop the reader into the life, mores and morals of a society at a point in time. They allow the reader to plunge into that past, and learn those life experiences that which is not written in history books. Leopold Classic Library brings to your attention some of the most unforgettable love stories that you will ever find!
‘The Bloomsbury Group’ is a name given to a circle of English writers intellectuals, philosophers and artists, the best known members of which included Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes, E. M. Forster and Lytton Strachey. The Bloomsbury Group began as a loose collection of friends and relatives who lived, worked and studied together near Bloomsbury, London, during the first half of the 20th century.
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