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Best of Alpilles 2015 Petit Futé (avec cartes, photos + avis des lecteurs)

by Collectif, Dominique Auzias & Jean-Paul Labourdette

Best of Alpilles 2015 Petit Futé (avec cartes, photos + avis des lecteurs)

Edition for English-speaking people looking for the best addresses and good deals. An essential guidebook to find an accommodation,...


24 hours, back to Venice

by Maria Bucalo & Maltese William

The book presents itself as the first volume of a series. A quick trip to Venice that develops over 24 hours, showing signs of life in other times authentic feature, by the lights of the early afternoon since...


What Maisie Knew

by Henry James

Introduction The litigation seemed interminable and had in fact been complicated; but by the decision on the appeal the judgement of the divorce-court was confirmed as to the assignment of the child. The father,...


Paradise Lost

by John Milton

Of Man's first disobedience, and the fruit Of that forbidden tree whose mortal taste Brought death into the World, and all our woe, With loss of Eden, till one greater Man Restore us, and regain the blissful...


The Gnostic Crucifixion

by G. R. S. Mead

7. “John, one there needs must be to hear those things, from Me; for I long for one who will hear. 8. “This Cross of Light is called by Me for your sakes sometimes Word (Logos), sometimes Mind, sometimes...


Telepathy

by R. Osgood Mason

There is inquiry concerning Telepathy or Thought-Transference—is it a fact or is it a delusion? Has Hypnotism any actual standing either in science or common sense? What of Clairvoyance, Planchette, Trance...


White Fang

by Jack London

Dark spruce forest frowned on either side the frozen waterway. The trees had been stripped by a recent wind of their white covering of frost, and they seemed to lean towards each other, black and ominous, in...


Lilith

by George MacDonald

I had just finished my studies at Oxford, and was taking a brief holiday from work before assuming definitely the management of the estate. My father died when I was yet a child; my mother followed him within...


Song and Legend from the Middle Ages

by Macclintock

The aim of this little book is to give general readers some idea of the subject and spirit of European Continental literature in the later and culminating period of the Middle Ages—the eleventh, twelfth, and...


The Koran

by G. Margoliouth

THE Koran admittedly occupies an important position among the great religious books of the world. Though the youngest of the epoch-making works belonging to this class of literature, it yields to hardly any...


The Truth About Jesus

by M. M. Mangasarian

I shall speak in a straightforward way, and shall say today what perhaps I should say tomorrow, or ten years from now,—but shall say it today, because I cannot keep it back, because I have nothing better to...


Anthropology

by R. R. Marett

In this chapter I propose to say something, firstly, about the ideal scope of anthropology; secondly, about its ideal limitations; and, thirdly and lastly, about its actual relations to existing studies. In...


Prison Life in Siberia

by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

"The Russian nation is a new and wonderful phenomenon in the history of mankind. The character of the people differs to such a degree from that of the other Europeans that their neighbours find it impossible...


The Bible Unveiled

by M. M. Mangasarian

A BOOK which claims infallibility; which aspires to absolute authority over mind and body; which demands unconditional surrender to all its pretensions upon penalty of eternal damnation, is an extraordinary...


On History

by Jules Michelet, Flora Kimmich (Translator), Lionel Gossman (translator) & Edward K. Kaplan (translator)

Edited by Lionel Gossman, this volume contains three programmatic essays by Michelet. The first two are available here for the first time in English translation. The third, the Preface to the 1869 edition of...


Storytelling in Northern Zambia

by Robert Cancel & Mark Turin (foreword)

More than just a book, Storytelling in Northern Zambia lets you watch videos of the storytellers while you read. Storytelling plays an important part in the vibrant cultural life of Zambia and in many other...


Measuring the Master Race

by Jon Røyne Kyllingstad

The notion of a superior ‘Germanic’ or ‘Nordic’ race was a central theme in the ideology of the Nazis. But it was also a commonly accepted idea in the early twentieth century, and an actual scientific...


Oral Literature in the Digital Age

by Mark Turin (editor), Claire Wheeler (editor) & Eleanor Wilkinson (editor)

Thanks to ever-greater digital connectivity, interest in oral traditions has grown beyond that of researcher and research subject to include a widening pool of global users. When new publics consume, manipulate...


How to Read a Folktale

by Lee Haring

How to Read a Folktale offers the first English translation of Ibonia, a spellbinding tale of old Madagascar. Ibonia is a folktale on epic scale. Much of its plot sounds familiar: a powerful royal hero attempts...


Feeding the City

by Sara Roncaglia

Every day in Mumbai 5,000 dabbawalas (literally translated as "those who carry boxes") distribute a staggering 200,000 home-cooked lunchboxes to the city’s workers and students. Giving employment and status...