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The universal Sherlock Holmes
Author: Ronald Burt De Waal, George A. Vanderburgh
Pages: 1440
Year: 1994-01-01
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Biographical Dictionaries and Related Works: Universal biography ; National or area biography
Author: Robert B. Slocum
Year: 1986
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Contemporary world writers
Author: Tracy Chevalier
Publisher: St James Pr
Pages: 686
Year: 1993-09-01
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Contains biographical and bibliographical information on 345 authors.
Kraks blaa bog
Author: Ove Holger Krak
Year: 1996
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Kraks blå bog
Author: Ove Holger Krak
Publisher: Krak
Year: 1984
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Vor tids Hvem skrev hvad: Biographier
Author: Niels Christian Lindtner
Pages: 368
Year: 1968
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Bill, The Galactic Hero
Author: Harry Harrison
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466822732
Pages: 250
Year: 2012-07-03
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Bill, the Galactic Hero is written by Harry Harrison who is also the author of Deathworld, Make Room! Make Room! (filmed as Soylent Green), the popular Stainless Steel Rat books, and many other famous works of SF. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Cupid's Book of Good Counsel
Author: E. F. Kiessling
ISBN: 1409968782
Pages: 238
Year: 2010-01-01
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"This Book is presented free to the Bride and Groom with the compliments of the Advertisers therein, who make such presentation possible. We recommend them as the best in their respective lines and they will accord you the fairest kind of treatment. Your patronage will be highly appreciated by them. Please mention Cupid's Book. "
Siege at Blue Mountain
Author: Wendy Pini, Richard Pini, Joe Staton
Publisher: Warp Graphics Publications
ISBN: 0936861592
Pages: 128
Year: 1999-02-01
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Palace of the High Ones has been won. In their new holt, the Wolfriders can settle in and enjoy life and its living, for the first time in recent memory. The horrors of battle and betrayal are behind them.
The Great War in History
Author: Jay Winter, Antoine Prost
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521616336
Pages: 250
Year: 2005-07-21
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A vast amount of literature has emerged on the First World War and its repercussions since the Armistice. Two leading historians therefore present this comparative analysis of the ways in which the history has been written and interpreted. Identifying three generations of historians, literary scholars, film directors and writers who have commented upon the war, they assess social and cultural interpretations as well as diplomatic and military studies, seen primarily through the eyes of French, German and British writers.
Scandinavia in the First World War
Author: Claes Ahlund
Publisher: Nordic Academic Press
ISBN: 9187121573
Pages: 360
Year: 2012-01-01
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Denmark, Norway, and Sweden all managed to stay out of the First World War, but all three were deeply affected by it. When the trade war and blockades came into play, the Scandinavian countries were subject to relentless pressure. Inflation and shortages of consumer goods caused widespread hardship and, ultimately, political unrest. The result was the widening social divide and bitter political divisions that marked the inter-war years. In Scandinavia in the First World War, the authors analyse aspects of the military and economic consequences of the Great War, and explore how intellectuals engaged in political propaganda and the peace movement. They also look at the experiences of the groups who came into immediate contact with the war: seamen, journalists, volunteer nurses, and thousands of Scandinavian soldiers. With a comparative introduction to the history of the Scandinavian countries during the First World War and detailed case-studies, this volume presents a wide-ranging survey of the situation in the neutral Scandinavian states. With its cross-disciplinary approach, it touches on cultural, social, and military history, as well as literary and minority studies.
Make Room! Make Room!
Author: Harry Harrison
Publisher: Rosetta Books
ISBN: 0795311656
Pages: 288
Year: 2010-07-01
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A stark, unbridled vision of planet Earth on the brink of collapse, and the inspiration behind the classic sci-fi film, Soylent Green. At the close of the twentieth century, a planet overwhelmed by rampant overpopulation teeters on the edge of self-destruction. In New York City alone, 35 million people are squeezed into its packed boroughs, scrambling like rats for the world’s dwindling resources. The only food available is a product called Soylent. And while the government tries to maintain order, the rich get richer and the poor stay underfoot. Finding a killer in this broken world is one hell of a job. But that’s exactly what detective Andy Rusch has been assigned to do. If he can stay alive long enough, he might just solve the biggest case he’s ever been on—unless humanity finally fulfills its promise and destroys itself first.
Funny Peculiar
Author: Mikita Brottman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135890870
Pages: 200
Year: 2013-04-15
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Why are jokes funny? Why do we laugh? In Funny Peculiar, Mikita Brottman demurs from recent scholarship that takes laughter-- and the broader domain of humor and the comical--as a liberating social force and an endearing aspect of self-expression. For Brottman, there is nothing funny about laughter, which is less connected to mirth and feelings of good will than to a nexus of darker emotions: fear, aggression, shame, anxiety. Brottman rethinks not only the mechanisms of humor but also the relation of humor to the body and the senses. To this end, she provides an engrossing account of the life and work of Gershon Legman, exiled author, publisher, and sexologist, Alfred Kinsey's first bibliographer, and legendary compiler of the dirty joke. Like Freud, Legman was convinced of the impossibility of understanding humor apart from sex, and Brottman shows how his two massive works on the subject, Rationale of the Dirty Joke and No Laughing Matter, provide a framework for understanding the ambivalent and often hostile impulses that underlie the comic impulse in its various guises. In lively and enlivening chapters, she traverses dirty jokes, the figure of the "evil clown" in popular culture, the current popularity of "humor therapy," changing fashions in stand-up comedy, and the connection between humor and horror. Brottman's sparkling prose, laced with wit, does not obscure the seriousness of Funny Peculiar. It is a thoughtful and wide-ranging elaboration of the Freudian claim that joking, in point of fact, is no laughing matter.
The workers' movement
Author: Alain Touraine, Michel Wieviorka, François Dubet
Pages: 322
Year: 1987-01-01
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Rationale of the Dirty Joke
Author: G. Legman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416595732
Pages: 816
Year: 2007-11-01
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Why do people tell dirty jokes? And what is it about a joke's dirtiness that makes it funny? G. Legman was perhaps the foremost scholar of the dirty joke, and as legions of humor writers and comedians know, his Rationale of the Dirty Joke remains the most exhaustive and authoritative study of the subject. More than two thousand jokes and folktales are presented, covering such topics as The Female Fool, The Fortunate Fart, Mutual Mismatching, and The Sex Machine. These folk texts are authentically transcribed in their innocent and sometimes violent entirety. Legman studies each for its historical and socioanalytic significance, revealing what these jokes mean to the people who tell them and to the people who listen and laugh. Here -- back in print -- is the definitive text for comedians and humor writers, Freudian scholars and late night television enthusiasts. Rationale of the Dirty Joke will amuse you, offend you, challenge you, and disgust you, all while demonstrating the intelligence and hilarity of the dirty joke.

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