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  • Citadelby Algis Budrys

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    He was looking for a privacy his strange personality needed. And-never quite seemed to achieve it. All his efforts were, somehow-great triumphs of the race, and great failures for him! more...

  • Glassesby Henry James

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Henry James (1843 - 1916) was one of the leaders in the school of realism in fiction. He is known for his series of novels in which he portrayed the encounter of Americans with Europe. James is considered to be the master of the novel and novella. James wrote about personal relationships and the power within these relationships. James explored consciousness... more...

  • Confidenceby Henry James

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Her features had a firmness which suggested tranquillity, and yet her expression was light and quick, a combination-- or a contradiction--which gave an original stamp to her beauty. Bernard remembered that he had thought it a trifle "bold"; but he now perceived that this had been but a vulgar misreading of her dark, direct, observant eye. more...

  • Discourse on the Methodby Rene Descartes

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    I concluded that I was a substance whose whole essence or nature resides only in thinking, and which, in order to exist, has no need of place and is not dependent on any material thing.' Descartes's A Discourse on the Method of Correctly Conducting One's Reason and Seeking Truth in the Sciences marks a watershed in European thought; in it, the author... more...

  • Crystal Ageby W. H. Hudson

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    I do not quite know how it happened my recollection of the whole matter ebbing in a somewhat clouded condition. more...

  • Anthemby Ayn Rand

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In Anthem, Rand examines a frightening future in which individuals have no name, no independence, and no values. Equality 7-2521 lives in the dark ages of the future where all decisions are made by committee, all people live in collectives, and all traces of individualism have been wiped out. Despite such a restrictive environment, the spark of individual... more...

  • Basilby Wilkie Collins

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In Basil's secret and unconsummated marriage to Margaret Sherwin, and the consequent horrors of betrayal, insanity, and death, Collins reveals the bustling, commercial London of the first half of the nineteenth century. Collins' treatment of adultery shocked contemporary reviewers, and even today the passionate and lurid atmosphere he created has the... more...

  • Back to God's Country and Other Storiesby James Oliver Curwood

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In the first darkness of the wild December night engine and tender had rushed on ahead to division headquarters to let the line know that the flier had given up the fight and needed assistance. more...

  • Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Goldby H. Rider Haggard

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In this Gateway Movie Classic, a British adventurer finds himself at odds with the two beautiful sisters who rule Zu-Vendis in Africa. A struggle is imminent--who will emerge the victor? more...

  • Against the Grainby Richard Manning

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In this provocative, wide-ranging book, Richard Manning offers a dramatically revisionist view of recent human evolution, beginning with the vast increase in brain size that set us apart from our primate relatives and brought an accompanying increase in our need for nourishment. For 290,000 years, we managed to meet that need as hunter-gatherers, a... more...