Open Culture Now Has 375 Free eBooks Available For Download [Updates]

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kindle reader   Open Culture Now Has 375 Free eBooks Available For Download [Updates]OpenCulture, an online website committed to curating free media, has recently compiled a collection of 375 free eBooks — in formats that can be read on Apple’s iBooks and Kindle apps for the iPad/iPhone, the Kindle and Nook readers, and on your PC. Open Culture also collects audio books, free online courses, free movies, and free language lessons.

You read that correctly — they have 375 high quality classics! Most of these books are available on other sites on the net, but now they are compiled in one place. The list of eBooks includes links to the popular e-reader formats, and the range of titles goes from Aeschylus’s “Prometheus Bound” to Émile Zola’s “Therese Raquin“.

This alphabetical list of classics is a goldmine for avid readers, literature majors, teachers, and ebook collectors. Some notable titles on the list include Robert Louis Stevenson’s “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde“, Davide Thoreau’s “Walden”, Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War“, Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables”, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” and Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”, (required readings for most U.S. high school students), Frantz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis”, and Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights”.

The book list also contains an embedded YouTube video on how to load these ebooks on to the Amazon Kindle.

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Many of these eBooks can also be found on Amazon, Project Gutenberg, and other similar sites. But OpenCulture’s list of eBooks seems to be the most comprehensive and easy to access. The site also lists a whopping 450 audio books for free download as well.

Source: Gizmodo

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Richard Borkovec

These certainly are easier to look through than on other websites, thanks!

Bakari Chavanu

Yep, totally agree, Richard.

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Hiren Patel

Thanks for the Site its very Useful.

Bakari Chavanu

You’re welcome.

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Ahmed Khalil

thanks for this vital information, it is honer to be member of this site

Bakari Chavanu

Thanks for your readership, Ahmed.

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Ahmed Khalil

I can see it is avaliable for Kindel and I pad and even for PC. i acn not wait trying it

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nikhil agarwal

thanx for the site information

Bakari Chavanu

You’re welcome, Daniel.

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Kao Vang

Awesome. Bookmarked for my tablet.

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Andrei Anikin

thanks for the heads up!

Bakari Chavanu

Glad you find it useful, Andrei.

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Brian Kyle

These would be nice in pdf format.

Bakari Chavanu

Good point, Brian. I find PDFs better for annotations on my iPad.

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Ashwin Ramesh

Super! Thanks for sharing, Bakari!

Bakari Chavanu

You’re welcome, Ashwin.

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Rigoberto Garcia

Thanks Bakari, great tips…

Bakari Chavanu

You’re welcome, Rigoberto.

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Emj Paule

Thanks for this! Nice to find these in just one place

Bakari Chavanu

Yep, this is definitely a website you will want to bookmark.

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Edward Bellair

Does this also work on the kindle app for android?

Bakari Chavanu

I’m pretty sure it does.

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venkatp16

coool.. .thnx. This is very useful.

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Paul Girardin

On top of forgetting anything else at the local library, I can now do the same from the comforts of home! ;)

This will save me from the cold this winter! :D

Thank you!

Bakari Chavanu

Wish I had more time to read myself.

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Lewis Golden

Open culture is wonderful site

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Christopher Webb-Orenstein

Looks fancy, I will have to check this out.

Bakari Chavanu

Yep, be sure to bookmark the page.

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Cora B

Thank you. I love ebooks. and the price is great.

Bakari Chavanu

You’re welcome, Cora.

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Harish Anim

ebooks have become day to day stuff nowa days was rely helpful thnks a lot

Bakari Chavanu

You’re welcome, Harish.

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Raghav Gupta

downloaded many of them. Thanks for sharing

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