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The Panama Canal

by Harry Clow Boardman

Great book over the entire history of the Panamal Canal. 


Moll Flanders

by Daniel Defoe

Born in Newgate prison and abandoned six months later, Moll's drive to find and hold on to a secure place in society propels her through incest, adultery, bigamy, prostitution and a resourceful career as a thief...


A Journal of the Plague Year

by Daniel Defoe

In 1665 the plague swept through London, claiming over 97,000 lives. Daniel Defoe was just five at the time of the plague, but he later called on his own memories, as well as his writing experience, to create...


Historical Dictionary of American Theater

by James Fisher & Felicia Hardison Londré

This book covers the history of theater as well as the literature of America from 1880-1930. The years covered by this volume features the rise of the popular stage in America from the years following the end...


Playing Commedia

by Barry Grantham

A practical guide to the skills, characters and history of Commedia Dell'Arte through graded games and illustrated exercises - a useful tool in any actor's training and a discipline for all forms of physical...


Television Series of the 1980s

by Vincent Terrace

Television screens in the 1980s reflected some of the most memorable programs of all time. In that decade, such critically acclaimed shows as Cheers, The Golden Girls, Hill Street Blues, Newhart, and St. Elsewhere...


Wagging Tongues

by J Florence

This eBook is styled in screenplay format providing a unique reading experience.

Wagging Tongues is set in Northern England during the 1980’s.

The backdrop is a working-class society that struggles with hardships....


Let's Get Your Book Published

by Nicole Gabriel

WHAT IS STOPPING YOU FROM FULFILLING YOUR DREAM OF BECOMING AN AUTHOR?

Do you feel a deep longing to write a book but struggle to find the time, energy, focus, or know how to do so? Have you postponed your dream...


Can I Help You, Madam?

by Ethyle Campbell

The working life of a women in retail in the 1930s was tough, but not beyond the no-nonsense Ethyle Campbell. Quite unlike any other book about the rag trade in the ?30s, this semi-autobiographical account of...


Christmas with Maud Lewis

by Lance Woolaver & Bob Brooks

Maud Lewis has become one of Canada’s favourite folk artists, and her buoyant winter pictures of nature, pets, farm animals, and people at work and play are among her most charming. Her hands were twisted...


So Here It Is: How the Boy From Wolverhampton Rocked the World With Slade

by Dave Hill

'No Slade = No Oasis. It's as devastating and as simple as that' Noel Gallagher

Slade's music and style dominated and defined the 1970s. With six consecutive number one singles they were the UK's number one group...


The Flash Book

by Scott Kelby

Scott Kelby, the world’s #1 best-selling photography technique books author, is here with a new concept in photography and flash books—one that’s designed from the ground up to get you straight to whatever...


Music and Shape

by Daniel Leech-Wilkinson & Helen M. Prior

Shape is a concept widely used in talk about music. Musicians in classical, popular, jazz and world musics use it to help them rehearse, teach and think about what they do. Yet why is a word that seems to require...


The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Reenactment

by Mark Franko

The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Reenactment brings together a cross-section of artists and scholars engaged with the phenomenon of reenactment in dance from a practical and theoretical standpoint. Synthesizing...


Musicians in the Making

by John Rink, Helena Gaunt & Aaron Williamon

Musicians are continually 'in the making', tapping into their own creative resources while deriving inspiration from teachers, friends, family members and listeners. Amateur and professional performers alike...


Historical Dictionary of Horror Cinema

by Peter Hutchings

Horror is one of the most enduring and controversial of all cinematic genres. Horror films range from subtle and poetic to graphic and gory, but what links them together is their ability to frighten, disturb,...


Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions

by Duane Tudahl & Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson

Featuring groundbreaking, never-before-heard stories, Duane Tudahl pulls back the paisley curtain to reveal the untold story of Prince’s rise from cult favorite to the biggest rock star on the planet.

His journey...


Monitoring the Movies: The Fight over Film Censorship in Early Twentieth-Century Urban America

by Jennifer Fronc

As movies took the country by storm in the early twentieth century, Americans argued fiercely about whether municipal or state authorities should step in to control what people could watch when they went to...


American Colonial Women and Their Art

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Less celebrated than their male counterparts, women have been vital contributors to the arts. Works by women of the colonial era represent treasured accomplishments of American culture and still impress us today,...


MIELLS ON WHEELS: Around Australia

by Gloria Bristow-Miell

Enjoy travelling through outback Australia with Allan and Gloria - sometimes free camping off

the beaten track, discovering long-lost history in the old goldfields and meeting a few real Aussie

characters. There’s...