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  • Ser o no ser, !Esa es la jodienda! (To Be or Not to Be, That’s a Bitch!) Hijo de una encantadora modista de Santiago de Cuba y un habanerisimo padre musico que desde nino le inculco el amor a las artes y la pasion por la lectura. Paquito D’Rivera nacio en Marianao, La Habana el 4 de Junio de 1948. De temperamento inquieto y caracter humoristico, el eclectico ... Read Book
  • The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin “From the poverty and obscurity in which I was born I have raised myself up.” In his own words Benjamin Franklin steps off the pages of history, brimming with candor, bright ideas, and common sense, and with something of an eye for the ladies. Read Book
  • Mapping the Cold War In this fascinating history of Cold War cartography, Timothy Barney considers maps as central to the articulation of ideological tensions between American national interests and international aspirations. Barney argues that the borders, scales, projections, and other conventions of maps prescribed ... Read Book
  • The Apple These stories go deeper into the Victorian world and lives of the acclaimed international bestseller The Crimson Petal and the White.Michel Faber’s tale of love and lust in the Victorian-era The Crimson Petal and the White was hailed as “a Dickensian novel for our times.” Now a major BBC TV ... Read Book
  • Tied to a Boss 3 Local gangster Dante is arrested and charged with the murder of two peace officers. A turn of events which doesn’t take but a minute (literally) to begin percolating through the underworld grapevine. Some are thrilled about the news. Some intrigued. Others … flat out shocked. But one person in ... Read Book
  • Colonel Rutherford’s Colt The itinerant gun show draws together many subcultures from the margins of society: survivalists, Aryan brotherhoods, and the team of Rita Whitelaw and Jimmy Roy Guy, dealers in collectible arms. Rita has made Jimmy an exception to her general disdain for whites, for Jimmy’s got a ... Read Book
  • Outside Passage When Julia Scully was seven years old, her father committed suicide, and she and her sister were sent to an orphanage. Julia sought comfort in the rituals of the orphanage—learning to knit, roller-skating after dinner, listening to One Man’s Family on the radio—and tried to adapt. But two ... Read Book
  • ghostgirl With an instrumental role in two hit TV series, writing and directing gigs in independent films, and creative control of video games and award-winning Web sites, Tonya Hurley is a whirling dervish of artistic output. Ghostgirl features Charlotte Usher, a high schooler who can’t help but feel no ... Read Book

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  • The Consolation of Philosophy Boethius wrote a sad poem about recent misfortunes when he noticed a tall and elegant woman standing over her shoulder. She wears a rich robe embroidered with Greek letters and carries books, scepters and royal staff. It soon becomes clear that this is an anthropomorphic of the philosophy that ... Read Book
  • London River Pete Grant is a probationary policeman in the London Metropolitan Police Department, striving for a permanent posting. The night before his execution, a violent beheading takes place in front of St. Paul’s Cathedral. He and his colleague Lesley May are assigned to watch the murder site late ... Read Book
  • Spenser’s The Faerie Queene, Book I In The Faerie Queene, Spenser creates an allegory: The characters of his far-off, fanciful “Faerie Land” are meant to have a symbolic meaning in the real world. In Books I and III, the poet follows the journeys of two knights, Redcrosse and Britomart, and in doing so he examines the two ... Read Book
  • The Mysteries of Udolpho A young woman from an affluent French family named Emily St. Aubert is the main character in The Mysteries of Udolpho. After Emily’s mother passes away, she and her father set out on a lovely excursion to the Mediterranean shore in an effort to celebrate the grandeur and strength of nature. ... Read Book
  • The Old Curiosity Shop She does his errands and teaches Kit, their servant, how to write. After her grandpa departs for the evening and does not return for many hours, a stranger assists Nell in finding her way home one evening. A week later, the visitor stumbled across a gathering of Nell’s relatives and four guys ... Read Book
  • His Last Bow: An Epilogue of Sherlock Holmes

    “His Last Bow” by Arthur Conan Doyle is an espionage thriller, not a detective mystery. The narrative might have been written to bolster public morale during World War I. It is recounted in the third person, rather in the first person like in a Sherlock Holmes tale.

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  • Original Short Stories — Volume 04 Guy de Maupassant, the French master of the short story, had a straightforward and effective literary style. Like Anton Chekhov, he drew inspiration for his works from the mundane activities of human life, which often shed light on our more sinister sides. Additionally, the Franco-Prussian War, in ... Read Book
  • The Imaginary Invalid Argan’s previous marriage produced a wife and two children. He believes he is terminally sick and wants to marry a doctor’s son who is studying medicine. Toinette, Angelique’s maid, appears to be on her side in order for her to escape marrying Thomas Diafoirus. Toinette and Berald ... Read Book
  • The Problems of Philosophy The Problems of Philosophy advances an epistemological theory and a discussion of truth. Bertrand Russell uses an analytic method to make distinctions concerning our judgments about reality. He employs Cartesian radical doubt in the beginning as he concentrates on our knowledge of the physical ... Read Book
  • Lyrical Ballads, With a Few Other Poems (1798)

    William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s collection of poems, Lyrical Ballads, with a Few Other Poems, was originally published in 1798 and is generally regarded as the start of the English Romantic literary movement.

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