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Sui Generis

By: Sharon E. Cathcart

Author Sharon E. Cathcart ("In The Eye of The Beholder," "Les Pensees Dangereuses") presents a sampler of essays and short fiction. The collection features "Heart of Stone," a short story never previously published.

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Love Corner : Love poetry

By: Shakil Ahmed Baliyavi

All feelings About Love

Love is Life

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Nameless

By: Sam Starbuck

Christopher, the only bookseller in the small farm town of Low Ferry, lives an uneventful life — until one day he encounters a shy newcomer named Lucas, and accidentally sells him the wrong book. What follows is a journey for both men, in vastly different ways, set against the strange, ritualistic, magic backdrop of a midwestern winter. A tale about the masks people wear and a meditation on the power of magic, Nameless revels in the simple pleasure of storytelling....

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Shamati

By: Rav Michael Laitman

One evening in September 1991, Kabbalist Rabash summoned his prime student, Michael Laitman, to his bedside and handed him a notebook, whose cover contained one word-Shamati (I Heard), containing transcripts of Rabash's conversations with his father, Yehuda Ashlag, author of a complete commentary on The Zohar. The following morning the Rabash perished.Following Rabash's legacy to disseminate the Kabbalah, Laitman published the notebook just as it was written, retaining t...

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λίγος μπαμπάς ακόμα...

By: Παναγιώτης Γκούβερης
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Malbeno Kara

By: Mary Webb

En la anglalingva originalo ĉi tiu romano estis verkita en la dialekto de Shropshire en Anglio. En la traduko multaj dialektaj formoj troviĝas. Plejparte ilin klarigas piednotoj kiam ili unue aperas. Por listo vidu paĝon 246. Ĝeneralaj komentoj pri la traduko troviĝas sur paĝoj 249–251.

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Barrister Parvateesam

By: Mokkapati Narasimha Sastry

First Part[edit] It describes the naive Parvateesam running away from home in Mogaliturru, a small town that he calls a "famous historical city" in the West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, to become a barrister.[1] The novel depicts the troubles he faced in dealing with other languages, and the naive way he behaves with people from the outside world. It ends with his reaching the shores of England. With the struggle for independence barely beginning in south Indi...

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Sparks : Satire and Reviews

By: Ankur Mutreja

This book is an alternative representation of my thoughts, which have been more comprehensively presented in another of my books Writings @ Ankur Mutreja. I felt the need to publish this book separately to cater to the needs of those readers who don’t have much time to read books. This book is indeed a light reading. The book starts with the chapter entitled Satire, which, as the name suggests, comprises pointed attacks on the societal idiosyncrasies and hypocrisies,...

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Other People Can Smell You

By: Sam Starbuck

Other People Can Smell You is the college handbook you wish your school would give you. Where other handbooks talk about school spirit and the academic code of honor, this short pocket guide offers tips for navigating LIFE at school — sex, drugs, laundry, criminal roommates, difficult class registration, and the all-terrifying spectre of The Term Paper. Written by a recent combatant in higher education, this slim, inexpensive volume offers both a student’s and a te...

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Trace

By: Sam Starbuck

Colin Byrne is a pickpocket, an artist, and an occasional consultant for the police. He’s also an ex-felon, an initiate into the feral, unspoken magic that only prisoners know: how to vanish, how to tell fortunes, how to steal souls. Now the man who put him in prison wants him to return to Railburg State Correctional Facility to help investigate a case. Some things at Railburg haven’t changed. His protégé Noel is still the best ink artist in the prison, and their ment...

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A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics

By: Jeffrey A. Zilahy

Do you think "math = awesome" is a true statement? After reading this book, you might change your answer to a yes. With "jargon avoidance" in mind, this recreational math book gives you the lowdown on why math is fun, interesting and relevant in today's society. Intended for anyone who is curious about math and where it is circa 2010. This book is less concerned with exploring the mathematical details than it is with exploring the overall impact of various discoveries an...

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Shahab Naama

By: Qudrat Ullah Shahab

Masterpiece by Qudrat Ullah Shahab. somewhere you feel its about you. Its Bold & true. Qudrat Ullah Shahab was born in Gilgit, Pakistan in 1917. He was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from Pakistan. He is best known for his autobiography Shahabnama. His Writings are Ya Khuda, Nafsanay, Maa Jee, Surkh Fita.Summary:Shahab Nama (Urdu: شہاب نامہ) is the autobiography of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. It was finished in 1986 and published in the same year after his death. The ...

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Informasi Kapuas

By: Jum'atil Fajar dan kawan-kawan

Provide a wide range information regarding Kapuas district in Central Kalimantan (Borneo), Indonesia

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Zitlik Ve Momentum Stratejileri - Teori Ve Uygulama

By: Selçuk Bali
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The Replicating Rapid-Prototyper

By: Adrian Bowyer

moving hardware through the wires

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ΜΙΚΡΟΚΕΙΜΕΝΑ

By: Γιώργος Μίχος
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Writings @ Ankur Mutreja

By: Ankur Mutreja

This book presents my views on various issues ranging from contemporary events to personal philosophy. This book is, in fact, a consolidation of my views concretized on my blogs over years – which can be accessed from my website www.ankurmutreja.com – and is divided into four sections: Satire, Reviews, Opinions and Philosophy. I would recommend you to at least check out the first section entitled Satire. Then, you may move onto the Reviews section – as a natural transiti...

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Enrico el Matamoros : Escrito por Akbal Kan

By: Akbal Kan

La historia de Enrico, el Matamoros, escrita de manera anónima por un tal Akbal Kan, forzado seudónimo en lengua maya de un conocido autor de letras hispanas, es, sin ningún margen de duda, la expresión literaria del descontento y la miseria que vive en conjunto el Pueblo de Honduras. En respuesta a tales desmanes, aparece esta pequeña pero divertida obra, que emplea el humor de las antiguas chanzas castellanas, aunque no su estilo, para ridiculizar, como en aquello...

Don Ibrahim, que se había apartado ya de la religión de sus padres y en cambio adoptado el cristianismo, llevó a casa a un pastor evangélico, “un apóstol” que era popular por aparecer en un espacio televisivo, para que viera a su desdichada y aquejada consorte. No obstante, con las visitas del apóstol el semblante de doña Mina, en vez de mejorar, empeoraba. No eran efectivos ya las tocaduras de los “mantos sagrados de Belén”, el beber de las “aguas traídas exclusivamente...

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Le Antiche Lapidi Romane : Della Provincia del Polesime

By: Vincenzo De Vit
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Canti

By: Andrea Alora
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