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HANDBOOK to the SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY

by J. Randall

This little book explores the Severn Valley and the places the railway passes through from Worcester to Shrewsbury as it was in 1863.

The Severn, like other English rivers, may be said to have been a railway...


Fashion & Beauty

by Sergiy Kovbasyuk

Sergiy Kovbasyuk is UAPF member - ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS

He start his career from 2010

Main specialization: Advertising, Fashion, Portrait

Participant of various exhibitions (both in Ukraine...


The Wrecking Crew

by Bernd Horn

The incredible details of the bold, near-disastrous first Allied air raid.

Audacious to the extreme, Operation Colossus was a raid in the early, dark days of the Second World War, when Britain stood seemingly...


Do You Ever Cry, Dad?

by I.J. Schecter

The help divorcing dads need to come out the other side of separation while staying close to their kids.

Divorce and separation can be overwhelmingly sad, especially when kids are involved. In Do You Ever Cry,...


2019 Giveaway Marketing Prediction and Social Trends

by Laura Maya

Almost every marketer wishes they had a crystal ball so they could peer into the future and see what’s hot in the coming year. Unfortunately, most of us are not clairvoyant, but we can usually look at certain...


Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte — Illustrated

by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne

This edition is accompanied by 11 unpublished illustrations.

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne (July 9, 1769 – February 7, 1834) was a French diplomat, born in Sens. He is famous for his Memoirs of Napoleon...


At the origin of middle-class rationality

by Ruggero D’Alessandro

The Odyssey is rightly celebrated as a story that goes far beyond the scope of epic poetry. It is an open window to an entire era and its social systems as well as its theological, cultural, economic and political...


Beyond anthropocentrism

by Roberto Marchesini

Roberto Marchesini presents a timely proposal within post-human philosophy in order to overcome the centuries-long separation between human beings, non-human animals and technology. This book highlights the...


Epicuro's pharmacy

by Diego Fusaro

Since antiquity, Epicurus’ thought has been compared to a powerful drug able to cure the pains of the soul that have always tormented man preventing him from living a peaceful existence: but we know that the...


Nation, community, self

by Gioia Angeletti

From the late 1960s until the present day, a significant number of women playwrights have emerged in Scottish theatre who have made a pioneering contribution to dramatic innovation and experimentation. Despite...


The sociological imagination on the horizons of contemporary society

by Fiammetta Fanizza

How can we restore fundamental values on a political and cultural level? Taking this question as a starting point, the book identifies the notion of sociological imagination as a suitable method to address the...


The Madman

by Kahlil Gibran

You ask me how I became a madman. It happened thus: One day, long before many gods were born, I woke from a deep sleep and found all my masks were stolen,—the seven masks I have fashioned and worn in seven...


The Trial

by Franz Kafka

"Someone must have been telling lies about Josef K., he knew he had done nothing wrong but, one morning, he was arrested." From its gripping first sentence onward, this novel exemplifies the term ""Kafkaesque."...


American Architecture Studies

by Montgomery Schuyler

Different study and description of American Architecture designs.

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This...


The Cricket of Abel, Hirst, and Shrewsbury

by Various

EDITORS’ PREFACE.

There appear to be hardly any beginners or habitual players who know how to profit by seeing experts at play and at work. The reason cannot well be that we do not look on at games sufficiently...


Key and Guide to Native Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of Dallas County

by Norma J. Stillwell

This simple key and guide to the woody plants—trees, shrubs and woody vines—which grow naturally in Dallas County, Texas, has been prepared to help beginners of any age in getting better acquainted with...


Whale Primer / With Special Attention to the California Gray Whale

by Theodore Joseph Walker

The WHALE PRIMER provides a brief introduction to one of nature’s most interesting creations, the whale. The principal star of the handbook is the California gray whale which in recent years has become a major...


Contradictions of Democracy

by Nicholas Rush Smith

Despite being one of the world's most vibrant democracies, police estimate between five and ten percent of the murders in South Africa result from vigilante violence. This is puzzling given the country's celebrated...


Philosophy of Medicine

by Alex Broadbent

Philosophy of Medicine asks two central questions about medicine: what is it, and what should we think of it? Philosophy of medicine itself has evolved in response to developments in the philosophy of science,...


Men and Masculinities in the Sagas of Icelanders

by Gareth Lloyd Evans

This volume is the first book-length study of masculinities in the Sagas of Icelanders. Spanning the entire corpus of the Sagas of Icelanders—and taking into account a number of little-studied sagas as well...