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Sunday July 11, 2010
Happy Independence Day to our American readers! Take advantage of the long weekend to start a new book from the ArcaMax Book Club -- it also has dozens of books commonly assigned as summer reading, so it's a great way to help your kids get ready for the new school year. For the newest and hottest summer reads, check out

This Week's Featured Books
- Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen
- Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka
- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain
Non Fiction
- Reflections on the Decline of Science in England, Charles Babbage
- The Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison
- The Women of the Arabs, Henry Harris Jessup
Short Stories
- The Four Million, O. Henry
- Aesop's Fables, Aesop
- Just So Stories, Rudyard Kipling
- The Aeneid, Virgil
- The Odyssey (Translated by Samuel Butler), Homer
- Beowulf, Anonymous
- A Doll's House, Henrik Ibsen
- The Sea-Gull, Anton Chekhov
- School for Scandal, Richard Sheridan
Sci Fi
- The Moon Pool, A. Merritt
- Michael Strogoff, Jules Verne
- The Land That Time Forgot, Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Essays, Francis Bacon
- The Categories, Aristotle
- Bible - Book 01: Genesis, Challoner Revision
- Bible - Book 20: Job, Challoner Revision
- Bible - Book 61: 1 Timothy, Challoner Revision
- Bhagavad-Gita, Sir Edwin Arnold
- The Life of Charlotte Bronte, Volume 1, Elizabeth Gaskell
- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Frederick Douglass
- Life of Robert Browning, William Sharp

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Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar

(July 13, 100 BC - March 15, 44 BC)
Gaius Julius Caesar was born into the Julian family, which claimed to trace its roots back to Aeneas, a prince claimed in myth to be the son of the goddess Venus. He served in the military starting at the age of 20, and quickly moved up in the ranks. He was proclaimed dictator for life after winning a civil war against Pompey and the Roman Senate. However, his centralization of the declining Republic, and the subsequent weakening of the government, led his friends to form a plan to assassinate him and save the Republic.

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This Week's Birthdays

E.B. White -- July 11, 1899
American essayist whose works ranged from satire to children's fiction.
Read Charlotte's Web by E.B. White at BookDaily.

Henry D. Thoreau -- July 12, 1817
American poet and essayist best known for the autobiographical Walden.
Read Walden by Henry D. Thoreau at BookDaily.

Pablo Neruda -- July 12, 1904
Chilean poet and diplomat, winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Read Intimacies: Poems of Love by Pablo Neruda at BookDaily.

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