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Mesopotamia
It is known as the cradle of civilization beneath the desert of modern Iraq. In the greatest depths of history the civilizations of Mesopotamia developed between the Tigres and Euphrates rivers. Much  More
Barry Lyndon
First published in serial form as “The Luck of Barry Lyndon: A Romance of the Last Century,” Barry Lyndon was Thackeray’s first novel. It parodies the memoir genre by juxtaposing the self-servin More
JOSIAH WILLARD GIBBS
The foremost American mathematician and physicist of his day and a pioneer in the development of chemical thermodynamics. He was born Feb. n, 1839, in New Haven, Conn., where his father, a well-known  More