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- The Floating Press 2013; US$ 2.99
Over the course of his varied career, American poet Irving Sidney Dix served in a number of roles, including soldier, stenographer and newspaper editor. This breadth of experience gave Dix insight into the everyday lives of working men and women, a perspective that resonates throughout the stirring poems collected in The Calender and Other Verses,... more...
- Indiana University Press 2015; US$ 19.99
For years, children and adults have stuffed their candid dreams, wishes, and promises into envelopes addressed to Santa Claus. Whether the envelopes come with stamps or without, are addressed to "The Big Red Guy at Jingle Bells Lane" or simply "To Santa," for over 100 years, millions of these letters have poured into Santa Claus, Indiana. Arriving... more...
- Diplomica Verlag 2012; US$ 23.24
Hauptbeschreibung 'New York City as Metaphor in Selected American Texts' tries to capture the picture and meaning of an ever-changing city which has casted and still casts a spell over people all around the world. An uncountable number of authors have dedicated their works to New York City because of their fascination of its diversity and constant... more...
- Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft 2012; US$ 15.13
Manchmal braucht man eine kleine Geschichte, um lächeln zu können, um Hoffnung zu schöpfen oder sich mit Vergangenem auszusöhnen. Bernd Saal, Pfarrer aus Coburg, hat viele dieser Geschichten geschrieben und vorgelesen. Mit diesem Buch liegen einige seiner kleinen Erzählungen erstmals in gebundener Form vor. Es sind kurze Geschichten für ältere Menschen.... more...
- Linkgua 2014; US$ 1.00
Esteban Echeverría's childhood was marked by the deaths of his parents. He was one of the most outstanding students in the department of preparatory studies at his university, where he worked in an office while studying history and French and writing poems. Later, in October 1825, he went to France on a trip that marked his philosophical and political... more...
- Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. 2015; US$ 19.99
From an inaugural winner of the Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers comes a funny, energetic coming-of-age story that isn't quite like any other book you'll read this year. Oliver is a writer who's just moved cities. He doesn't have any friends yet, he can't get his surly roommate, Mark, to crack a smile, and the only people who talk to him... more...
- Counterpoint 2015; US$ 22.95
Here are tales of fabulous advances made in anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, and linguistics, stories of the Anasazi, the "old ones" of the southwestern desert, of the great explorers, eccentrics, dreamers, scientists, cranks, and geniuses. "There's no end to the list, of course," Connell says, "because gradually it descends from such legendary... more...
- Universitätsverlag Winter 2015; US$ 42.94
Is there a non-Western form of tragedy? This volume argues that the Korean concept of han should be considered an Eastern tragic vision which is gaining prominence in the West through the critically acclaimed works of diasporic writers such as Nobel Prize-nominee Richard E. Kim, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, and Chang-rae Lee. Through close readings of the... more...
- Bitingduck Press 2005; US$ 2.99
Future Tense is the sequel to Tempus Fugit . It picks up exactly where the first book leaves off. Sloane now finds himself reunited with his girlfriend, Emma, at Duckworth Hall. It should be a time for love and celebration, but our hero?s hopes are soon dashed when he?s devastated to find that Emma is obsessed with a mysterious stranger, one of the... more...