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Memory: How to Develop, Train, and Use It

by William Walker Atkinson

Do you find that important names, dates, and details tend to slip away from you? Is a spotty memory causing you trouble in your job, relationships, or your day-to-day life? In Memory: How to Develop, Train,...


Dynamic Thought: Or the Law of Vibrant Energy

by William Walker Atkinson

A key figure in the New Thought movement that gained prominence in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, William Walker Atkinson is credited with developing the concept of the Law of Attraction...


Friends

by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

England-born poet Wilfrid Wilson Gibson's work epitomizes the peak of late Romanticism. Readers whose poetic taste runs to the classic and traditional will find much to admire in this collection, which brings...


Funny Epitaphs

by Arthur Wentworth Eaton

Giving up the ghost, cashing in your chips, kicking the bucket, meeting your maker -- however you prefer to think of death, it's something that will happen to all of us, so why not have a sense of humor about...


Poachers and Poaching

by John Watson

Although the term "poaching" has now come to refer to hunters and anglers who deliberately flout game regulations, famed outdoorsman John Watson uses these phrases in a broader, less pejorative sense in this...


For You Mom, Finally

by Ruth Reichl

Bestselling author Ruth Reichl examines her mother's life-and gives voice to the unarticulated truths of a generation of exceptional women

A former New York Times restaurant critic, editor in chief of Gourmet...


The Dawn of Day

by Friedrich Nietzsche

German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was a bold thinker whose ideas had a major impact on the development of the field. In the book The Dawn of Day, Nietzsche expounds on some of his most radical theories,...


Homer and Classical Philology

by Friedrich Nietzsche, J. M. Kennedy & Oscar Levy

Although he later rose to prominence as an innovative and controversial philosopher whose ideas influenced everyone from existentialist thinkers to the Nazi movement, Friedrich Nietzsche was trained in philology...


The Hero of the People: A Historical Romance of Love, Liberty and Loyalty

by Alexandre Dumas & Henry Llewellyn Williams

French author Alexandre Dumas is known for penning many masterpieces of historical fiction, including The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. The tale The Hero of the People, set in the waning days...


Pauline's Passion and Punishment

by Louisa May Alcott

Fans of Alcott's work, such as the beloved classic Little Women, will be pleasantly surprised by this fast-paced tale of betrayal and revenge. Although the thriller Pauline's Passion and Punishment has a somewhat...


Ancestors

by Gertrude Atherton

Although author Gertrude Atherton was born and died in her beloved home state of California, she spent a significant amount of time touring and living in Europe. In Ancestors, she puts her experience as a world...


Mind of an Outlaw: Selected Essays

by Norman Mailer, Phillip Sipiora & Jonathan Lethem

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Norman Mailer was one of the towering figures of twentieth-century American letters and an acknowledged master of the essay. Mind of an Outlaw, the...


The Californians

by Gertrude Atherton

Renowned for her realistic, intricate portraits of human relationships, Gertrude Atherton's The Californians unfolds against the backdrop of the author's native state as it entered a period of rapid change and...


The Mesmerist's Victim: A Historical Romance

by Alexandre Dumas & Henry Llewellyn Williams

Set in Paris during the French Revolution, The Mesmerist's Victim tells a tale of star-crossed lovers whose romance blooms at an extremely inopportune moment in history. Will they be able to find happiness together,...


Nasty, Brutish, and Long: Adventures in Eldercare

by Ira Rosofsky

Read Ira Rosofsky's posts on the Penguin Blog

A candid, humane, and improbably humorous look at the world of eldercare

In nursing homes across the country, members of the Greatest Generation are living out...


The Corsican Brothers

by Alexandre Dumas & Henry Frith

Alexandre Dumas (pere) is regarded as one of the masters of historical fiction, as evidenced by the abiding popularity of works like The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. The novel The Corsican...


The Myth in Marriage

by Alice Hubbard

Educator and noted feminist thinker Alice Moore Hubbard was an important early voice in the fight for equal legal and social rights for women. In The Myth in Marriage, Hubbard takes a look at the large and small...


Sheilah McLeod: A Heroine of the Back Blocks

by Guy Boothby

Australian author Guy Boothby was extraordinarily prolific during his short-lived career. He produced dozens of works spanning numerous genres before his untimely death at age 38 during a bout of influenza....


Longing for Daddy: Healing from the Pain of an Absent or Emotionally Distant Father

by Monique Robinson

Where Was Daddy When You Needed Him?

The absence of fathers is an epidemic plaguing our society, affecting families from every corner of our world and from all walks of life. Whether our fathers left us entirely...


Berlitz: Cruising & Cruise Ships 2014

by Douglas Ward

If you are one of the 20 million people thinking of taking a cruise this year, this best-selling book will show you how to pick the right cruise for you. Updated annually, the 700-page book is divided into two...