Do and Dare

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 400 pages
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A novel that absorbs the reader due to the larger-than-life efforts of the protagonist. It is an in-depth portrayal of how determination, courage and hard work lead to success and greatness. Horatio has portrayed America as the emblem of fulfilling and rewarding country. A page-turner!
  

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
CHAPTER VII
64
CHAPTER VIII
75
CHAPTER IX
85
CHAPTER X
96
CHAPTER XI
107
CHAPTER XII
122
CHAPTER XIII
131
CHAPTER XXIII
238
CHAPTER XXIV
249
CHAPTER XXV
261
CHAPTER XXVI
271
CHAPTER XXVII
280
CHAPTER XXVIII
287
CHAPTER XXIX
294
CHAPTER XXX
305

CHAPTER XIV
141
CHAPTER XV
151
CHAPTER XVI
162
CHAPTER XVII
173
CHAPTER XVIII
184
CHAPTER XIX
195
CHAPTER XX
205
CHAPTER XXI
216
CHAPTER XXII
228
CHAPTER XXXI
314
CHAPTER XXXII
325
CHAPTER XXXIII
335
CHAPTER XXXIV
345
CHAPTER XXXV
355
CHAPTER XXXVI
366
CHAPTER XXXVII
374
CHAPTER XXXVIII
379
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Horatio Alger was born in Massachusetts in 1832. He was a graduate of Harvard University. He was considered one of the most renown writers of the 19th Century. His protagonists were usually young boys who struggled from poverty to achieve success in life. He wrote over 100 books with that theme. His titles include "Ragged Dick," "Adrift in New York," 'Sink or Swim," and "The Odds Against Him," "Rough and Ready,"Sam's Chance,"and "Paul the Peddler." Alger died in 1899.

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