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The Wilkie Collins Omnibus

by Wilkie Collins

The Serapis Classics edition of "The Wilkie Collins Omnibus" contains 13 FULL-LENGTH NOVELS from the master of literature himself! Masterpieces included in our Omnibus: The Woman in White, The Moonstone, After...

The Anton Chekov Omnibus

by Anton Chekov

The Serapis Classics edition of "The Anton Chekov Omnibus" contains over 150 stories penned by the Russian master! A few months before he died, Chekhov told the writer Ivan Bunin that he thought people might...

A Slave is a Slave

by H. Beam Piper, Walter Miller, Mark Ganes & F. L. Wallace

SERAPIS CLASSICS INCLUDES BONUS STORIES BY MARK GANES, F.L. WALLACE & WALTER MILLER! ___________ There has always been strong sympathy for the poor, meek, downtrodden slave - the kindly little man, oppressed...

A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House is a three-act play written by Henrik Ibsen. It premiered at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 21 December 1879, having been published earlier that month. The play is set in a Norwegian...

A Frontier Mystery

by Bertram Mitford

The mystery has to do with the murderous rites of the 'Brotherhood of the Dew,' a superstitious sect of the Zulus on the borders of Natal, who had a horrible way of sacrificing human beings in order to bring...

Rick Hansen's Man In Motion World Tour: 30 Years Later-A Celebration of Courage, Strength, and the Power of Community

by Jake MacDonald & Rick Hansen

A beautifully illustrated 30th anniversary celebration of Rick Hansen's Man in Motion Tour, which broke barriers for people with disabilities and inspired ordinary citizens to realize impossible dreams.

On March...

Rowing the Northwest Passage: Adventure, Fear, and Awe in a Rising Sea

by Kevin Vallely

Four men in a rowboat make an historic attempt on the Northwest Passage to focus global attention on an environmental catastrophe.

Rick Hansen's Man In Motion World Tour

by Jake MacDonald & Rick Hansen

A beautifully illustrated 30th anniversary celebration of Rick Hansen's Man in Motion Tour, which broke barriers for people with disabilities and inspired ordinary citizens to realize impossible dreams.

On March...

Rowing the Northwest Passage

by Kevin Vallely

"Vallely transports the reader to places few will ever go: the very edges of the earth and of human endurance."

—Evan Solomon

In this gripping first-hand account, four seasoned adventurers navigate a sophisticated,...

The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern

by David McPherson & Jim Cuddy

A complete history of Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern, “the Birthplace of Canadian Rock,” to coincide with its seventieth anniversary.

Like the Queen Street strip that has been its home for seven decades,...

Classic Starts™: The Red Badge of Courage (Classic Starts™ Series)

by Stephen Crane

The Red Badge of Courage is an 1895 war novel by American author Stephen Crane. It is considered one of the most influential works in American literature. The novel, a depiction on the cruelty of the American...

Human Dignity and Assisted Death

by Sebastian Muders

Assisted dying is still an extremely contested topic in Bioethics. Despite the strongly influential role human dignity plays in this debate, it still has not received the appropriate, multi-faceted treatment...

Critical Theory: A Very Short Introduction

by Stephen Eric Bronner

Critical theory emerged in the 1920s from the work of the Frankfurt School, the circle of German-Jewish academics who sought to diagnose -- and, if at all possible, cure -- the ills of society, particularly...

The Limits of Free Will

by Paul Russell

The Limits of Free Will presents influential articles by Paul Russell concerning free will and moral responsibility. The problems arising in this field of philosophy, which are deeply rooted in the history of...

The Battle for North Africa

by Glyn Harper

In the early years of World War II, Germany shocked the world with a devastating blitzkrieg, rapidly conquered most of Europe, and pushed into North Africa. As the Allies scrambled to counter the Axis armies,...

The Secret of the Island

by Jules Verne

THE SECRET OF THE ISLAND is the third book in the 'Mysterious Island' trilogy (THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, and ABANDONED), and is related to 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA and THE SEARCH FOR THE CASTAWAYS. In THE SECRET...

The Secret of the Ninth Planet

by Donald Wollheim

While the circumnavigation of the solar system seems farfetched, it may not be once the problem of effective anti-gravitational control is solved. In this book I have assumed that the many researchers now actually...

The Secret of the Night

by Gaston Leroux

Three attempts on Russian General Trebass's his life have failed, but the Czar is determined to keep him alive. The Czar assigns the redoubtable, French detective reporter, Rouletabille to the case. It quickly...

The New Geopolitics of the South Caucasus

by Shireen T. Hunter, Sergey Markedonov, Mohammad Homayounvash & Richard Kauzlarich et al.

This collection surveys the three South Caucasian states’ economic, social and political evolution since their independence in 1991. It assesses their successes and failures in these areas, including their...

Informed Consent

by Michele Stanford

“Once you know truth, you can’t un-know it. Once you know truth, you have a moral obligation and a moral imperative to apply and to share that truth; there is a responsibility associated with it.”