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  1. Works Novels and individual volumes

    (Charles John Huffham Dickens, Victorian novelist, playwright and journalist; b. near Portsmouth; run-down middle-class family, son of a clerk in the Navy pay office, father imprisoned for debt, unhappy childhood experience when forced
  2. Hermann ungar a life and works

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  3. Arts and culture a n introduction to the h umanities

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  4. Early american and colonial period to 1776

    American literature begins with the orally transmitted myths, legends, tales, and lyrics (always songs) of Indian cultures. There was no written literature among the more than 500 different Indian languages and tribal cultures that
  5. The shifting realities of philip k dick selected literary and philosophical writings

    "A wide-ranging selection of free-wheeling philosophical essays and journal entries; humorous, thoughtful speeches; and plot scenarios. . . . For both casual and serious Dick fans, The Shifting Realities unearths some gems.
  6. Three hundred years of african-american writing edited and with an introduction by deiidre jviullane anchor books a division of random house inc new york first anchor books edition october 1993

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  7. Literature review on genocide pedagogies and curricula 1980-present

    Although there are hundreds of sources on education and genocide, there is no one ‘body of literature’ on genocide pedagogies and curricula insofar as a ‘body’ of literature comes from a broad network of scholars who cite and build on each other’s work.
  8. Materials and methods of fiction

    [Translator's Notes: Original spelling and punctuation were retained, with the following exceptions. On page 3, 'a mind native and indued to actuality' was corrected to 'a mind native and induced to actuality'; on page 15 'but who
  9. Studies in Jewish Culture and Society

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  10. A Reader edited and introduced by THOMAS DOCHERTY Longman An imprint of Pearson Education Harlow

    postmodernism? 382 Jean-Francois Lyotard Note on the Meaning of ‘Post-’ 473 Jürgen Habermas The Entry into Postmodernity: Nietzsche as a turning point 514 Fredric jameson Postmodernism,
  11. Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography

    American Jewish Committee: Excerpts from “The Return of Islam” by Bernard Lewis, in Commentary, vol. 61, no. 1 (January 1976).Reprinted from Commentary by permission.
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  13. Oxford world's classics jane austen catharine and other writings

    jANE AUSTEN was born at Steventon, Hampshire, in 1775, the daughter of a clergyman. At the age of nine she was sent to school at Reading with her elder sister Cassandra, who was her lifelong friend and confidante, but she was largely
  14. Ambition my struggle to fail and succeed in baseball politics hollywood writing and the rocky path i've walked with christ the education and autobiography of steven travers

    The editor of the San Francisco Examiner once said, “Steve Travers is an educated athlete who knows how to get inside the player’s heads. When that happens, greatness occurs.
  15. To Gardner Dozois and Stan Schmidt

    It could, for instance, be covered with a soft material that resembles human skin. It could have hair, and eyes, and a voice, and all the features and appurtenances of a human being, so that it would, as far as outward appearance is