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by Levine, Stephen, 1937-
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Bibliography: p. [161]-163
Topics: Vipasyana (Buddhism), Meditation, Buddhism
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by Levine, Stephen, 1937-
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Unattended sorrow -- Every day we lose something -- The heart of loss -- Softening the belly of sorrow -- The reservoir of sorrow -- Loss of trust in life -- The meaning of life -- In the absence of God -- When the mirror of the heart is broken -- A bad dream -- Opening the heart in hell -- The trauma of survival -- Connection -- Making peace with our sorrow -- What is the body pattern of grief? -- Reentering the body -- Attending the mindset of loss -- A day of walking -- Heart breath --...
Topics: Grief, Loss (Psychology)
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by Levine, Stephen, 1937-; Levine, Ondrea
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Topics: Levine, Stephen, 1937-, Levine, Ondrea, Spiritual life, Interpersonal relations
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Originally published: Garden City, N.Y. : Anchor Press
Topic: Terminally ill
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by Pearson, Ryne Douglas, author
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"This book was previously published as Simple Simon."
Topics: Government investigators, Autistic children, Autistic children, Government investigators
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by Novak, Michael, author
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ix, 147 pages ; 21 cm
Topics: United States, Nihilism (Philosophy), Nothing (Philosophy), Experience, Revolutions -- United...
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by Coyne, Tom
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Topics: Fathers and sons, Country clubs, Teenage boys, Golfers, Caddies
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by Lieberman, Herbert H., 1933-
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Topic: Horror tales, American
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by Alissa Heyman
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Topics: Horror tales, Horror stories, Short stories
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by Shepard, Leslie
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Le Fanu, S. Carmilla.--De Maupassant, G. The horla.--Count Stenbock. The sad story of a vampire.--Braddon, M. E. Good Lady Ducayne.--Loring, F. G. The tomb of Sarah.--Crawford, F. M. For the blood is the life.--Benson, E. F. The room in the tower.--Blackwood, A. The transfer.--Stoker, B. Dracula's guest.--Neruda, J. The vampire.--Benson, E. F. Mrs. Amworth.--Roman, V. Four wooden stakes.--Hartmann, F. An authenticated vampire story
Topics: Vampires, Horror tales, Vampires, Vampires
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by Muller, Marcia; Pronzini, Bill
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Topics: Horror tales, English, Horror tales, American, Occult fiction, English fiction, American fiction
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by Derleth, August William, 1909-1971
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The return of Hastur -- The whippoorwills in the hills -- Something in wood -- The Sandwin compact -- The house in the valley -- The seal of R'lyeh
Topic: Horror tales, American
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by Saul, John
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Topic: Horror tales, American
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by King, Stephen, 1947-
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"Originally published in hardcover in 2002 by Scribner"--T.p. verso
Topic: Horror tales, American
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by King, Stephen, 1947-
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With an introduction, "Why I was Bachman."
Topic: Horror tales, American
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by Heinlein, Robert A. (Robert Anson), 1907-1988
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276 pages ; 17 cm
Topics: Science fiction, American, Superheroes -- Fiction
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by Fast, Howard, 1914-
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xv, 490 p. ; 21 cm
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by Lathen, Emma
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Large print ed
Topics: Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character), Bankers, Large type books
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by Dewey, Thomas Blanchard, 1915-
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by Heinrich, Willi
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by Heinrich, Willi, 1920-
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Translation of Das geduldige Fleisch
Topics: World War, 1939-1945, German fiction
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by Heinrich, Willi, 1920-
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Topic: World War, 1939-1945
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by Watt-Evans, Lawrence, 1954- author
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291 pages ; 18 cm
Topics: Science fiction, American, Fantasy fiction, American, Science fiction
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by Mayne, William, 1928-2010; Salisbury, Martin
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"Red hot reads"--Spine
Topics: Supernatural, Occult fiction, Children: Grades 4-6, Children's Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction, Science...
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by Susann, Jacqueline
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by McCarthy, Mary, 1912-1989
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A novel
Topics: Women college graduates, Women
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by Ames, Mildred
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Eleven-year-old Philo and his friend Cristabel kidnap a neighbor's neglected dog, hoping to make his owner appreciate him, but plans go awry when the dog makes friends with a pack of unruly strays
Topics: Dogs, Animals, Dogs
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by Ames, Mildred
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viii, 98 p. ; 22 cm
Topics: Grandfathers -- Juvenile fiction, Single-parent families -- Juvenile fiction, Depressions -- 1929...
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by Ames, Mildred
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A 12-year-old math whiz accidentally learns the startling facts about her true identity and her role in an important secret experiment
Topics: Cloning, Science fiction
Gerard Arthus - Comic Book Collection
by Preferred Publications
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Forbidden Worlds Comics, published by Preferred Publications, Inc.; 8 Lord Street, Buffalo, New York; November 1952. Copyright notice in 1952; Number 11. No copyright renewal or registration on file, Public Domain under Rule 6 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Dimensions are: 7" width by 10 1/4" height and weight 50.0 grams. Etext created by Gerard Arthus. http://OpenEducation.org Go to the above site to find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going attempt...
Topics: COM-000-001, garthus, garthus1, comics, comic, softcover, magazine, fantasy, science fiction,...
Gerard Arthus - Comic Book Collection
by Preferred Publications
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Forbidden Worlds Comics, published by Preferred Publications, Inc.; 8 Lord Street, Buffalo, New York; October 1952. Copyright notice in 1952; Number 10. No copyright renewal or registration on file, Public Domain under Rule 6 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Dimensions are: 7" width by 10 1/4" height and weight 50.0 grams. Etext created by Gerard Arthus. http://OpenEducation.org Go to the above site to find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going attempt...
Topics: COM-000-001, garthus, garthus1, comics, comic, softcover, magazine, fantasy, science fiction,...
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by None
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iii, 182 pages ; 21 cm
Topics: {u'1': u'French fiction -- 19th century -- Translations into English', u'0': u'Short stories,...
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by Hoke, Helen, 1903-
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Ernst, P. The thing in the pond.--Everett, H. D., Mrs. The death mask.--Brennan, J. P. Levitation.--Fast, H. The cold, cold box.--Rolseth, H. Hey you down there!--Bloch, R. The strange island of Dr. Nork.--Pudney, J. Dunworthy 13.--Wallace, P. The waiting men.--Walter, E. The Tibetan box.--Blackwood, A. You may telephone from here.--Smith, E., Lady. No ships pass.--DeFord, M. A. First dig
Topics: Horror tales, American, Horror tales, English, Horror stories, Short stories
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by Montagu, Ashley, 1905-1999; Treves, Frederick, Sir, 1853-1923. Elephant man. 1979
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"The elephant man, by Sir Frederick Treves": p. 13-38
Topics: Merrick, Joseph Carey, 1862-1890, Merrick, Joseph Carey, 1862 or 3-1890, Proteus syndrome,...
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by McKibben, Bill
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xxiv, 195 pages ; 21 cm
Topics: Växthuseffekten, Humanekologi, Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric, Nature -- Effect of human beings...
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by Pike, Christopher
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"An Archway paperback."
Topics: Horror tales, Horror stories
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by Krabbé, Tim; Garrett, Sam
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"Catfish and Mandala is the poignant, lyrical tale of an American odyssey - a solo bicycle voyage around the Pacific Rim to Vietnam - made by a young Vietnamese-American man in pursuit of both his adopted homeland and his forsaken fatherland. Intertwined with an often humorous travelogue spanning a year of discovery is a memoir of war, escape, and, ultimately, family secrets."--BOOK JACKET. "There is Pham's stepgrandfather Le, the fish-sauce baron of Phan Thiet, who claims his...
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Topic: Friendship
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Unknown v01n06 (1939 08) (JvH slpn)
The Magazine Rack
by Esquire
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Topic: Esquire Magazine
A Grave Must Be Deep! by Theodore Roscoe. "A Chilling Mystery of Haitian Black Magic." Scan of the complete six-part serial as published in Argosy , December 1, 1934 to January 5, 1935.
Topics: Pulp, Pulp Magazine, Argosy, Theodore Roscoe, Haiti, Voodoo
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by Wharton, William, 1925-
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by Wharton, William
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About the adventures of two friends before World War II, and the retreat by Birdy into his dream after he experienced the horror of war
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by Wharton, William
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by Takeyama, Michio, 1903-
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Translation of: Biruma no tategoto
Source: inlibrary
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by Patrick, Vincent
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Reprint of the 1979 ed. published by Seaview Books, New York
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by Deighton, Len, 1929-
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In the winter of 1944-45, a group of young American fighter pilots fly mission after dangerous mission, serving as protection for the huge fleets of bombers penetrating deep into Germany
Topic: World War, 1939-1945
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by Deighton, Len, 1929-
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Paul and Peter Winter, sons of a Berlin banker and his American wife, take divergent paths during World War II when one becomes a Nazi and the other an American informer
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by Robert Silverberg
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by Brewer, Gene
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Topics: Life on other planets, Utopias
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Deep Things Out Of Darkness - Roger Johnson (1987).
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Supernatural, Short Stories, Cthulhu Mythos
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by Applegate, Katherine
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"An Apple paperback."
Topics: Science fiction, American, Animorphs, Fantasy fiction, Metamorphosis
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xx, 377 pages ; 24 cm
Topics: Editing, Editors -- Correspondence, Editing, Editors, Redactie
Source: removedNEL
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ix, 274 pages : 22 cm
Topics: Creative thinking, Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.), Creative ability, Creation (Literary,...
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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The Fanscient was a general science fiction fanzine with articles, fiction, and book reviews, which were contributed by both fans and pros. It was published by Donald B. Day of Portland, Oregon (who would go on to compile the invaluable reference book Index To The Science Fiction Magazines 1926-1950 ). Donald Day was a member of the Portland Science Fantasy Society and several of the members worked with Day on The Fanscient . The first issue appeared in 1947. The first two issues were...
Topics: Fanzine, Science Fiction, Donald B. Day, David H. Keller, Edward E. "Doc" Smith
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by Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980
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A collection of short stories involving the daring of spies and counterspies
Topics: Spy stories, Children's stories, English, Children's stories, American, Spies, Short stories
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by Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980
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240 pages : 20 cm
Topics: Detective and mystery stories, Mystery and detective stories
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by Jones, Diana Wynne; Smith, Joseph A. (Joseph Anthony) 1936- ill; Jones, Diana Wynne. Chair person; Jones, Diana Wynne. Four grannies; Jones, Diana Wynne. Who got rid of Angus Flint?
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Includes three separate stories: "Chair Person," "The Four Grannies," and "Who Got Rid of Angus Flint?"
Topics: Children's stories, English, Humorous stories, English, Humorous stories, Short stories, Magic
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by Jones, Diana Wynne
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Four separate incidents test the power of the Chrestomanci, a powerful enchanter with nine lives, to control misuses of magic on various worlds. Longtime friends from the Chrestomanci novels rub elbows with new characters in four magical Chrestomanci stories. A car-thief warlock matches wits with a little girl and a Demon Dog. Cat Chant (from Charmed Life) and young Tonino (from The Magicians of Caprona) help the souls of eight Chrestomancis escape an evil enchanter. The youngest best-selling...
Topics: Fantasy, Magic, Magicians, Wizards, Short stories
viii, 311 p. ; 22 cm
Topics: Fantasy fiction, English -- History and criticism, Children's stories, English -- History and...
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by Orwell, George, 1903-1950; Crick, Bernard R
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favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Orwell, George (1903-1950), Socialism, Socialisme, Socialisme, Grande-Bretagne, Socialisme...
The Library of Congress
by St. John, James Allen, 1872-1957
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"Published October 21, 1905"--Verso of t.p
Topic: Fantasy
"The romances of the Middle Ages were written in times of social upheaval. In all three genres, the storytellers draw on the same archetypes--the hero, the quest, the transformation. This book explores the connections between the three genres. Analysis reveals similarities in images, structures, and the pervasive belief that a perfectible universe is within man's capabilities"--Provided by publisher
Topics: Prose & writers: classical, early & medieval, Literature - Classics / Criticism, Literary...
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by Moore, Christopher, 1957-
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275 pages ; 20 cm
Topics: Community life -- Fiction, Seaside resorts -- Fiction, Christmas stories, Zombies -- Fiction,...
American Libraries
by Reyher, Ferdinand; G.P. Putnam's Sons. pbl; Knickerbocker Press. prt
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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=9DYnAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
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by Reid, Stephen J
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viii, 210 p., 6 p. of plates : 24 cm
Topics: Climatic changes, Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric, Ozone layer
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by Tormey, Simon, 1963- author
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xiv, 190 pages ; 20 cm
Topics: Anti-globalization movement, Capitalism
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by Boyd, Emily
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xv, 180 pages : 20 cm
Topics: Climatic changes -- Political aspects, Climatic changes, Climatic changes -- Social aspects,...
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by Jepson, Paul (Paul Robert)
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x, 193 pages : 20 cm
Topics: Wildlife conservation, Nature conservation, Environment and ecology, Naturschutz
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192 pages : 28 cm +
Topics: Animation (Cinematography) -- History, Animators -- Biography, Animated films -- History and...
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by Giono, Jean, 1895-1970
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Translation of: Homme qui plantait des arbres
Topic: Nature
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x, 246 pages ; 23 cm
Topics: World War (1914-1918), Fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism, World War, 1914-1918 --...
Community Texts
by Jean Giono
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Written in chilling detail, this novel describes the effect of World War I on a small community in Provence. In some of the most fiercely realistic and horrifying scenes of war ever recreated in literature, this story evokes the harsh, primitive conditions in the trenches as well as the loneliness and anxiety experienced by those left at home. The gradual disintegration of normal life and morals in areas far from the fighting grimly parallels the wholesale destruction of men, land, and...
Topics: WWI, Verdun, Petain, Joffre, Erich von Falkenhyn, trench warfare, shell shock, artillery barrage,...
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by Wellman, Manly Wade, 1903-1986; Wellman, Wade, joint author
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Topic: Holmes, Sherlock (Fictitious character)
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"First published in the United States opf America by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1994"--T.p. verso
Topics: Epidemiology, Communicable diseases, Communicable Diseases, Emerging, Infectieziekten,...
The Magazine Rack
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This is the first issue of P.S. magazine, a title published by Mercury Press and edited by Edward L. Ferman that only ran for three issues in 1966. It was a companion magazine to the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction which featured non-fiction articles by many of F&SF's writers. Don't quite know what genre I'd classify this magazine as. Suffice to say it's part introspection (looking at the past to trace its influence on then modern times) but it's also meant to be contemplative...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Bela Lugosi, Joe Louis, Don Sturdy, Children's Books