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Common Plants of the Western Desert of Egypt by Petr Pokorný and Adéla Pokorná

Habitats in the Western Desert<p>1. Desert sandy and rocky plains<p>Extreme habitat, mostly without any vegetation. Single xerophyllous plant survive in …

47 : CHAPTER FORTY-SEVEN

47 CHAPTER FORTY-SEVEN<p>For a year Jo and her Professor worked and waited, hoped and loved, met occasionally, and wrote such voluminous letters that …

Profit

46 : CHAPTER FORTY-SIX

46 CHAPTER FORTY-SIX<p>While Laurie and Amy were taking conjugal strolls over velvet carpets, as they set their house in order, and planned a blissful …

Literature

45 : CHAPTER FORTY-FIVE

45 CHAPTER FORTY-FIVE<p>I cannot feel that I have done my duty as humble historian of the March family, without devoting at least one chapter to the two …

Literature

44 : CHAPTER FORTY-FOUR

44 CHAPTER FORTY-FOUR<p>"Please, Madam Mother, could you lend me my wife for half an hour? The luggage has come, and I've been making hay of Amy's Paris …

Laurie

43 : CHAPTER FORTY-THREE

43 CHAPTER FORTY-THREE<p>Jo was alone in the twilight, lying on the old sofa, looking at the fire, and thinking. It was her favorite way of spending the …

Literature

42 : CHAPTER FORTY-TWO

42 CHAPTER FORTY-TWO<p>It was easy to promise self-abnegation when self was wrapped up in another, and heart and soul were purified by a sweet example. …

Self-Pity

41 : CHAPTER FORTY-ONE

41 CHAPTER FORTY-ONE<p>Amy's lecture did Laurie good, though, of course, he did not own it till long afterward. Men seldom do, for when women are the …

Literature

40 : CHAPTER FORTY

40 CHAPTER FORTY<p>When the first bitterness was over, the family accepted the inevitable, and tried to bear it cheerfully, helping one another by the …

Medicine

39 : CHAPTER THIRTY-NINE

39 CHAPTER THIRTY-NINE<p>Laurie went to Nice intending to stay a week, and remained a month. He was tired of wandering about alone, and Amy's familiar …

Mind

38 : CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT

38 CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT<p>In France the young girls have a dull time of it till they are married, when `Vive la liberte!' becomes their motto. In …

Parenting

37 : CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN

37 CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN<p>At three o'clock in the afternoon, all the fashionable world at Nice may be seen on the Promenade des Anglais--a charming …

Vocabulary

36 : CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX

36 CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX<p>When Jo came home that spring, she had been struck with the change in Beth. No one spoke of it or seemed aware of it, for it had …

Mind

35 : CHAPTER THIRTY-FIVE

35 CHAPTER THIRTY-FIVE<p>Whatever his motive might have been, Laurie studied to some purpose that year, for he graduated with honor, and gave the Latin …

Literature

34 : CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR

34 CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR<p>Though very happy in the social atmosphere about her, and very busy with the daily work that earned her bread and made it …

Literature

33 : CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE

33 CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE<p>New York, November<p>Dear Marmee and Beth,<p>I'm going to write you a regular volume, for I've got heaps to tell, though I'm not a …

Literature

32 : CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO

32 CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO<p>"Jo, I'm anxious about Beth."<p>"Why, Mother, she has seemed unusually well since the babies came."<p>"It's not her health that …

Mind

31 : CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE

31 CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE<p>London<p>Dearest People,<br>Here I really sit at a front window of the Bath Hotel, Piccadilly. It's not a fashionable place, but Uncle …

Acquainted

30 : CHAPTER THIRTY

30 CHAPTER THIRTY<p>Mrs. Chester's fair was so very elegant and select that it was considered a great honor by the young ladies of the neighborhood to …

Literature

29 : CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE

29 CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE<p>"Come, Jo, it's time."<p>"For what?"<p>"You don't mean to say you have forgotten that you promised to make half a dozen calls with me …

Mind

28 : CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT

28 CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT<p>Like most other young matrons, Meg began her married life with the determination to be a model housekeeper. John should find …

Literature

27 : CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN

27 CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN<p>Fortune suddenly smiled upon Jo, and dropped a good luck penny in her path. Not a golden penny, exactly, but I doubt if half a …

Literature

26 : CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX

26 CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX<p>It takes people a long time to learn the difference between talent and genius, especially ambitious young men and women. Amy was …

Literature

25 : CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE

25 CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE<p>The June roses over the porch were awake bright and early on that morning, rejoicing with all their hearts in the cloudless …

Dining Rooms

24 : CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR

24 CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR<p>In order that we may start afresh and go to Meg's wedding with free minds, it will be well to begin with a little gossip about …

Literature

23 : CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE

23 CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE<p>Like bees swarming after their queen, mother and daughters hovered about Mr. March the next day, neglecting everything to look …

Mind

22 : CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO

22 CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO<p>Like sunshine after a storm were the peaceful weeks which followed. The invalids improved rapidly, and Mr. March began to talk …

British Cuisine

21 : CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE

21 CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE<p>Jo's face was a study next day, for the secret rather weighed upon her, and she found it hard not to look mysterious and …

Literature

20 : CHAPTER TWENTY

20 CHAPTER TWENTY<p>I don't think I have any words in which to tell the meeting of the mother and daughters. Such hours are beautiful to live, but very …

Relationships

19 : CHAPTER NINETEEN

19 CHAPTER NINETEEN<p>While these things were happening at home, Amy was having hard times at Aunt March's. She felt her exile deeply, and for the first …

Literature