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  • Words Will Break Cement The heroic story of Pussy Riot, who resurrected the power of truth in a society built on liesOn February 21, 2012, five young women entered the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. In neon-colored dresses, tights, and balaclavas, they performed a “punk prayer” beseeching the “Mother of ... Read Book
  • Infamy A revealing and controversial account of the events surrounding Pearl HarborPulitzer Prize–winning author John Toland presents evidence that FDR and his top advisors knew about the planned Japanese attack but remained silent.Infamy reveals the conspiracy to cover up the facts and find scapegoats ... Read Book
  • Perhaps the Stars From the 2017 John W. Campbell Award Winner for Best Writer, Ada Palmer’s Perhaps the Stars is the final book of the Hugo Award–shortlisted Terra Ignota series. World Peace turns into global civil war. In the future, the leaders of Hive nations—nations without fixed location—clandestinely ... Read Book
  • Pure Voice Audio Bible – King James Version, KJV: (23) Hosea, Joel, and Amos The King James Version (KJV) of Hosea, Joel, and Amos in a pure voice audio format. Clear and uncluttered, this Bible speaks plainly, making it easier for you to enter into God’s Word. Actors Stefan Rudnicki, John Rubinstein, and Juliet Mills speak new life to the cherished and revered ... Read Book
  • Peace Like a River This is a Pete Huttlinger arrangement of this praise and worship oldie. It starts in the key of G, goes to C, and then winds up in D. You will be in drop D tuning the whole time. The entire arrangement is played for you and then taught in two- to four-measure sections completely “by ear.” Read Book
  • The Breaking The hunt is on to find Patient Zero …Both the East and the West Coasts of the United States have collapsed, and the US military is in full retreat. All their attempts to stem the tide of the dead have failed.Former counter-terrorism agent Mark Steele and his fellow survivors have been bushwhacked ... Read Book
  • The Long Way Home A National best-selling author, Janis Reams Hudson has thrilled the hearts of millions of readers with more than 30 novels that feature spirited heroes and heroines. A Long Way Home is the story of two outcasts searching for a place to call their own. After seven years in prison, Duncan Malone ... Read Book

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  • Songs of Innocence, and Songs of Experience The collection’s opening poem describes an angelic child asking the author to perform a song about a lamb while perched on a cloud. Even if the youngster requests a cheerful song, the child weeps anytime it is played. When the author begins to sing the songs, he begins to cry with joy. The ... Read Book
  • Bushido, the Soul of Japan This seminal work was written by a Japanese educator who was curious about the ethos of his people more than a century ago, when Japan was in the process of transforming itself from an isolated feudal society into a modern nation. When combined with the numerous other writings he did in English, ... Read Book
  • The Mysterious Stranger, and Other Stories

    The four selections in this volume span his entire writing career and are one of his most famous stories. These include: “The Infamous Leaping Frog in Calaveras County”, one of Twain’s most entertaining folk humor, first published in 1865.

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  • Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

    Hesiod and Homer. Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns, and Homerica. Trans. Hugh G. Evelyn-White. Ed. Douglas B. Killings and David Widger. 1914. Gutenberg.org. 4 Feb 2013. Kindle E-book.

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  • Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas: An Underwater Tour of the World Part I of the novel, consisting of twenty-three chapters, begins in the summer of 1866 when something enormous and mysterious is sighted at various locations on the ocean. This “sea monster” is treated as a tall tale at first, but when shipwrecks start to occur, Admiral Farragut of the U.S. ... Read Book
  • Euthyphro Socrates meets Euthyphro outside the Athens court. Meletus summoned Socrates to court on allegations of impiety, while Euthyphro has come to punish his own father for accidently killing a homicidal hired hand. Socrates flatters Euthyphro, implying that if he is prepared to pursue his own father on ... Read Book
  • Father Goriot

    The narrative is set in 1819 in a run-down boardinghouse on the left side of the Seine in Paris. Mme. Vauquer, a stingy widow, governs her tenants. Mlle. Michonneau, the old woman, Poiret, a puppet-like person, and Victorine Taillefer are among them.

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  • Far from the Madding Crowd Bathsheba Everdene is a lovely young lady without a wealth at the start of the tale. One evening, she encounters Gabriel Oak, a young farmer, and saves his life. He proposes marriage to her, but she declines since she does not love him. She relocates to Weatherbury after inheriting her ... Read Book
  • The Canterville Ghost Ginny Otis, played by Neve Campbell, is a young girl whose family uproots their lives and goes to England, where they take up residence at the creaking old Canterville Hall. She tries to convince her father to send her back to her family, and she becomes even more adamant about this when she sees a ... Read Book
  • John Gabriel Borkman There’s a reason why “John Gabriel Borkman,” Henrik Ibsen’s penultimate play, is rarely performed. Loaded with family melodrama and short on the blistering social criticism of earlier works such as “Ghosts” and “A Doll’s House,” the piece can ... Read Book

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