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Find Free Classics And Coupons On-Line At Read Print

Posted by infinitygoods on January 28, 2008

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http://readprint.comI’m sharing with you something of interest to students, literature enthusiasts and coupon-clippers. This unusual combination can be found at Read Print, a site offering free on-line access to the classics, where you’ll find thousands of books, short stories and poems by many of the must-read authors. At Read Print, you’ll also find a biography and illustration of each author. There is a section for articles on literature and writing, as well as that unexpected and unrelated section for coupons for all sorts of companies such as Payless Shoes and Office Depot which must keep Read Print financially alive. The site which has been online since 2006 provides clean, clear, easy-on-the-eyes and well organized pages. There’s also a search feature to help you find exactly what your looking for.

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2 Responses to “Find Free Classics And Coupons On-Line At Read Print”

  1. 4urpets said

    Any place where I can get a novel for free is a place for me. And coupons too? Wow.

    So, what novel are you going to read? I wonder if they have that “Simi Valley” book there. 🙂

  2. infinitygoods said

    4urpets: Right now, well as usual actually, I have plenty of books on my overloaded bookshelves, but I still wanted to share with my readers. I will be using that site for reference since even with as many classics as I have, I’m still missing so many more. It will save me a trip to the library, plus it’s good when we are on the road or stranded at home (bad weather, sick, no car or whatever). The Internet is a wonderful tool which gives us the entire world at our fingertips and on a silver platter no less. I wouldn’t be able to live without it anymore!
    No, they would not have the book on the history of Simi Valley. They only carry books which are in the public domain, so at least 50 years old, otherwise they would have problems with copyright infringement laws. That still leaves plenty of interesting classics to be read though.

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