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Auguste Renoir: 320 Plates

by Maria Peitcheva

Pierre-Auguste Renoir is French painter who was important figure in the development of the Impressionist movement. As a celebrator of feminine beauty "Renoir is the last representative of a tradition which runs...

Silver Cross

by Mary Johnston

The town of Middle Forest had long since pushed the forest from all sides. Its streets, forked as lightning, ran up to the castle and down to the river. The river here was near its mouth, and wide. The bridge...

Foes in Ambush

by Captain Charles King

Charles King was a United States soldier and a distinguished writer. King was the son of Civil War general Rufus King, grandson of Columbia University president Charles King, and great grandson of Rufus King,...

The Deserter

by Captain Charles King

Charles King (October 12, 1844 in Albany, New York – March 17, 1933 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) was a United States soldier and a distinguished writer. King was the son of Civil War general Rufus King, grandson...

Half Hours with the Stars

by Richard A. Proctor

It is very easy to gain a knowledge of the stars, if the learner sets to work in the proper manner. But he commonly meets with a difficulty at the outset of his task. He provides himself with a set of the ordinary...

The laws of luck

by Richard A. Proctor

To the student of science, accustomed to recognise the operation of law in all phenomena, even though the nature of the law and the manner of its operation may be unknown, there is something strange in the prevalent...

Half hours with the Telescope

by Richard A. Proctor

The object which the Author and Publisher of this little work have proposed to themselves, has been the production, at a moderate price, of a useful and reliable guide to the amateur telescopist. Among the celestial...

Complete Prose Works

by Walt Whitman

As I sit here by the creek, resting after my walk, a warm languor bathes me from the sun. No sound but a cawing of crows, and no motion but their black flying figures from over-head, reflected in the mirror...

The Soup Bar: 80 recipes to heal & nourish

by Sara Lewis & Judith Wills

The Soup Bar hails the very best in nutritious recipes that pack a real taste punch. It salutes the new wave of mineral-filled bone broths, soups made of all things green, and bowls bursting with cooling, tasty...

Salad Days: Salads for Dinner: 80 recipes for fresh & natural salads

by Sara Lewis

We all know that salads are good for us - they help us get our daily quota of vegetables. But there's more to the salad than lettuce, tomato, and cucumber. Salads provide nutritious, refreshing, and bright accompaniments...

Anarchism and Socialism

by Georgii Valentinovich Plekhanov

The general conception of anarchism that a beginner often gets is that it is something extremely advanced. It is often expressed somewhat as follows: "After capitalism comes socialism and then comes anarchism."...

The Man of Genius


IT has never before happened that in the latest edition of a book I have had to disown so much in preceding editions; my first imperfect and spontaneous idea has never before been so modified and transformed,...

Food&Music: Light and Tasty Italian Cooking

by Felicità Romagnoli

My name is Felicità i’m Italian-American,i’ve lived in Italy since I was a teenager before I traveled the world with my family because my dad was a bodyguard, having my parents a great passion for cooking...

Georges Seurat:180 Plates

by Maria Peitcheva

This Art Book with Foreword by Maria Peitcheva contains 180 selected color plates of drawings and paintings from Georges Seurat. An important Post-Impressionist French painter, Georges Seurat moved away from...

The Life of General Garibaldi

by giuseppe garibaldi

THE following pages are principally written by the pen of the hero of our age, that pure-hearted man—that devoted patriot, and noble, generous, and disinterested philanthropist—that spirited, undaunted,...

Little Men

by Louisa May Alcott

"Please, sir, is this Plumfield?" asked a ragged boy of the man who opened the great gate at which the omnibus left him. "Yes. Who sent you?" "Mr. Laurence. I have got a letter for the lady." "All right; go...

Jews and Moors in Spain

by Joseph Krauskopf

With the decline of Mohammedan power, and the expulsion of the Moors by the Spaniards, the Jews were again reduced to a pitiable state. Spain arose to enormous power, but that, too, has waned, and the population...

Snapshots of a dream

by Dario Migliorati

Opening this visual book gives the pleasant impression of stepping into a dream, while discovering a new form of art and undertaking a journey full of snapshots of unexplored scenarios, in a manner similar to...

Fanette, Volume 1

by Suzanne Aubry

The Great Famine of 1845 in Ireland forced thousands of people to leave their beloved country. Many Irish immigrants chose Canada as their new home.  Fanette-Uptown Conquest (volume 1) relates the story of...

Shopping Cart Pantheism

by Jeanne Randolph

Glorifying consumerism as the de facto religion of our time, Shopping Cart Pantheism offers a preposterous yet challenging invitation to participate in commodity worship. As our narrator meanders the Las Vegas...