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The Age of the Fish
Author: Ödön von Horváth
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Pages: 206
Year: 1978
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The Art Of Love
Author: Ovid
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ISBN: 605041498X
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Year: 2015-09-11
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Should any one of the people not know the art of loving, let him read me; and taught by me, on reading my lines, let him love. By art the ships are onward sped by sails and oars; by art are the light chariots, by art is Love, to be guided. In the chariot and in the flowing reins was Automedon skilled: in the Hæmonian ship of Jason Tiphys was the pilot. Me, too, skilled in my craft, has Venus made the guardian of Love. Of Cupid the Tiphys and the Automedon shall I be styled. Unruly indeed he is, and one who oft rebels against me; but he is a child; his age is tender and easy to be governed.
Daniel Stein, Interpreter: A Novel
Author: Ludmila Ulitskaya
Publisher: The Overlook Press
ISBN: 1468300814
Pages: 416
Year: 2011-03-31
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Daniel Stein, a Polish Jew, miraculously survives the Holocaust by working in the Gestapo as a translator. After the war, he converts to Catholicism, becomes a priest, enters the Order of Barefoot Carmelites and emigrates to Israel. Despite this seeming impossibility, the life and destiny of Daniel Stein are not an invention, the character is based on the life of Oswald Rufeisen, the real Brother Daniel, a Carmelite monk. In Daniel Stein, Interpreter, Daniel's ability and willingness to communicate with all cultures, to translate across linguistic and cultural divides, assures his freedom and stands as a symbol of love, humanity and tolerance.
Anna Goeldin - The Last Witch
Author: Eveline Hasler
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ISBN: 1643731440
Pages: 282
Year: 2018-08-24
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The last witchcraft trial in German-speaking countries was held in 1782 in Eveline Hasler's home canton of Glarus in Switzerland. A servant woman, Anna Goeldin, was accused of having bewitched a child of the physician household in which she worked, making it crippled and spit pins. The accused confessed under torture, was sentenced by the city council and executed. Sources show that the trial provoked great controversy in Europe even at the time. The courts in Glarus were ridiculed and criticized by more enlightened cities in Switzerland and Germany. In her novel with its beautiful simple language, Hasler tells Anna Goeldin's story and trial. With the means of fiction, Hasler attempts to explain how a witchcraft trial could come to take place in the heart of Europe during the heyday of the Enlightenment. The novel was first published in 1982 and also draws parallels to women's fight for equal rights two hundred years later. This novel is a bestseller in German-speaking countries, has been translated into several languages, and made into a feature film by Gertrud Pinkus. The translation by Mary Bryant has won an Arts and Humanities Initiative Award at the University of Iowa. Eveline Hasler (born in 1933) was trained as a teacher of History and turned to writing children's books, fiction, and historical fiction. She is the recipient of many awards, among them the Switzerland Award for Juvenile Fiction (1978), Honors by the City of Zurich (1988), Schubart Award (1989), Droste Award (1994), and Justinus Kerner Award (1999).
Neversink
Author: Barry Wolverton
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062027948
Pages: 320
Year: 2012-03-27
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Barry Wolverton's masterful middle-grade debut, Neversink, is an epic tale of some very un-epic birds, a fast-paced and funny story of survival, friendship, and fish, in the vein of Watership Down and Kathi Appelt's The Underneath. Along the Arctic Circle lies a small island called Neversink, home to a colony of odd-looking seabirds called auks, including one Lockley J. Puffin. With their oceanfront views and plentiful supply of fish, the auks have few concerns—few, save for Lockley's two best friends, Egbert and Ruby, a know-it-all walrus and a sharp-tongued hummingbird. But all of this is about to change. Rozbell, the newly crowned king of the Owl Parliament, has long had his scheming eyes on the small colony to the north. Now Neversink's independence hangs in the balance. An insurgence of owls will inevitably destroy life as the auks know it—unless Lockley can do something about it.
National Geographic 125 Years
Author: Mark Collins Jenkins
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426209576
Pages: 383
Year: 2012
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Depicts the last 125 years of history through the unforgettable images that appeared in National Geographic, from the organization's beginning as a scientific club to it's growth into other disciplines inlcuding space exploration, climatology and archaeology.
Der Schimmelreiter
Author: Theodor Storm
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Pages: 150
Year: 1967
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Cold Hearted
Author: Toni Anderson
Publisher: Toni Anderson
ISBN: 0994870108
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-05-31
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WINNER of the 2017 BOOK BUYERS BEST for Romantic Suspense. Finalist in the National Excellence in Romance Fiction Awards, and the Booksellers' Best Award for Romantic Suspense. Hunting For A Killer... Detective Erin Donovan expects life to quiet down after the arrest and conviction of a serial rapist who terrified her university town last summer. Then two young women are brutally slain and the murders bear all the hallmarks of the campus rapist. Did Erin arrest an innocent man? Now her job is at stake and tensions are high and just when it looks like things can’t get worse, her department gets the help it needs to solve the double homicide—in the form of a man Erin has never been able to forget. Who Doesn't Play By The Rules. FBI Agent Darsh Singh has no interest in reliving the past. Three years ago, his feelings for Erin Donovan had him breaking all his rules about getting involved. Now his only interest in the former NYPD detective is figuring out if she screwed up a rape investigation and helped send an innocent man to prison. But being forced to work together rekindles their old attraction, and as Darsh and Erin fall for each other, the campus predator fixates on Erin. The race is on to identify the ruthless killer before he makes Erin his final victim. You'll love Toni Anderson's bestselling Romantic Thrillers. Start reading today the series that's been downloaded more than half-a-million times! A Cold Dark Place, #1 (Read for free!) Cold Pursuit, #2 Cold Light of Day, #3 Cold Fear, #4 Cold in The Shadows, #5 Cold Hearted, #6 Cold Secrets, #7 Cold Malice, #8 A Cold Dark Promise, #9 (Wedding Novella) The Cold Justice Series books are interconnected, but standalone, Romantic Thrillers whose stories center around agents from the FBI's BAU-4, and other spin-off characters from the books. No cliffhangers. All books are full-length Romantic Suspense novels (except for A Cold Dark Promise, which is a forty-thousand-word wedding novella with a Cold Justice Series twist). Keywords: Toni Anderson, Cold Justice, Cold Justice Series, FBI thriller, Romantic Thriller, Suspense Thrillers, FBI Romance, law enforcement hero, Mystery, Romance Series, dark, sexy heroes, conspiracy, redemption, woman in peril, dark, scary, FBI, FBI agent, sexy hero, reunion, one night stand, law enforcement, cop, female protagonist, protector, betrayal, serial killer, serial killers, vengeful dark, heroine, strong heroine, arrogant hero, profiler, FBI profiler, BAU, Behavioral Analyst, Behavioral scientist. Homicide detective, New York State, snow, campus rape, serial killer, serial rapist, college, university, victim support, survival, small town, USMC scout sniper, sniper, marine hero, marine, female cop. Free first-in-series available (check out A COLD DARK PLACE), free first in series, New York Times bestselling author, USA Today bestselling author. Similar to: Laura Griffin, Elizabeth Lowell, Nora Roberts, J.D. Robb, Katie Reus, Julie Garwood, Iris Johansen, Maya Banks, Dale Mayer, Kay Hooper, Heather Graham, Cynthia Eden, Liliana Hart, Rebecca Zanetti, Chris Taylor, Allison Brennan, and Sandra Brown.
Ghetto Brother
Author: Julian Voloj
Publisher: NBM Publishing
ISBN: 1561639508
Pages: 128
Year: 2015-05-01
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An engrossing and counter view of one of the most dangerous elements of American urban history, this graphic novel tells the true story of Benjy Melendez, a Bronx legend who founded, at the end of the 1960s, the formidable Ghetto Brothers gang. From the seemingly bombed-out ravages of his neighborhood, wracked by drugs, poverty, and violence, he managed to extract an incredibly positive energy from this riot ridden era: his multiracial gang promoted peace rather than violence. Among its many accomplishments, the gang held weekly concerts on the streets or in abandoned buildings, which fostered the emergence of hip-hop.
Die heutige Bedeutung oraler Traditionen / The Present-Day Importance of Oral Traditions
Author: Walther Heissig, Rüdiger Schott
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3322836762
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-03-09
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Israel, My Beloved
Author: Kay Arthur
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736936025
Pages: 448
Year: 2001-03-15
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Bestselling author Kay Arthur tells the dramatic story of the nation of Israel, painting a living panorama that will forever change the way we view God's people. This new paperback edition features a new cover and a historical timeline.
Stallion by Starlight
Author: Mary Pope Osborne
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0307980448
Pages: 110
Year: 2014-12-23
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Jack and Annie travel to Ancient Greece, where they meet Alexander the Great and help him tame a wild stallion.
Sallust's History of the War Against Jugurtha, and of the Conspiracy of Catiline
Author: Sallust
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Pages: 342
Year: 1860
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Cornelsen Senior English Library - Literatur/Ab 10. Schuljahr - Notes from the Midnight Driver
Author: Jordan Sonnenblick
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ISBN: 3060334722
Pages: 192
Year: 2014
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Arguments Within English Marxism
Author: Perry Anderson
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 1784787930
Pages: 226
Year: 2016-02-23
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The characteristic form taken by English Marxism since the war has been the study of history. No writer exemplifies its achievements better than Edward Thompson, whose Making of the English Working Class is probably the most influential single work of historical scholarship by a socialist today. An editor of The New Reasoner in 1957–59, a founder of the New Left in 1960, now an eloquent champion of civil rights, Thompson has most recently aroused widespread interest with the appearance of his Poverty of Theory, which combines philosophical and political polemic with Louis Althusser, and powerful advocacy of the historian’s craft. Arguments Within English Marxism is an assessment of its central theses that relates them to Thompson’s major historical writings themselves. Thus the role of human agency—the part of the conscious choice and active will—in history is discussed through consideration of its treatment in The Making of the English Working Class. The problems of base and superstructure in historical materialism, and of affiliation to values in the past, are reviewed in the light of Whigs and Hunters. The claims of utopian imagination are illustrated from the findings of William Morris. Questions of socialist strategy are broached in part through the articles now collected in Writing by Candlelight. Exploring at once differences and convergences between New Left Review and one of its founders, the essay concludes by suggesting the virtues of diversity within a common socialist culture.

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