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Walt Whitman in Mickle Street

by Elizabeth Leavitt Keller

Credited by some as the first truly American poet, Walt Whitman carved out a literary niche all his own with groundbreaking volumes such as Leaves of Grass. This richly detailed biography was written by a nurse,...


Americans and Others

by Agnes Repplier

In her heyday, renowned essayist Agnes Repplier was one of the most influential literary voices in the United States. In the engaging volume Americans and Others, Repplier turns her trademark wit and insight...


The Practice of Autosuggestion: By the Method of Emile Coue

by C. Harry Brooks

Autosuggestion is a type of therapy that calls on techniques such as hypnotism. Subjects use autosuggestion on themselves with the aim of curing bad habits, inculcating positive ones, boosting willpower, and...


Deaf and Dumb

by Elizabeth Sandham

In this gripping account, author Elizabeth Sandham sheds light on the often undesirable circumstances in which disabled children were raised in the early nineteenth century. Those who were lucky enough to be...


Memoirs of a Surrey Labourer: A Record of the Last Years of Frederick Bettesworth

by George Sturt

Despite its humble premise and subject, George Sturt's Memoirs of a Surrey Labourer offers profound insight into a bygone time through the fascinating character of Frederick Bettesworth, a groundskeeper who...


The Japanese Spirit

by Yoshisaburo Okakura

For centuries, the unique culture of Japan has enchanted Westerners and other foreign observers. Although there was a strong and growing interest in scholarly studies of Japan throughout the nineteenth century,...


The Pirates' Who's Who: Giving Particulars of the Lives and Deaths of the Pirates and Buccaneers

by Philip Gosse

Can't get enough of high-seas adventure? Dip into this fascinating biographical record of some of the most scandalous scallywags history has ever known. This exhaustively researched volume provides details about...


Change in the Village

by George Sturt

A massive influx of wealth and the emergence of a new class of nouveau riche industrialists and tycoons began to change the social structure of Britain in the early twentieth century. George Sturt, a craftsman...


LANGE Q&A Pediatrics, Seventh Edition

by Mary Anne Jackson & Sara S. Viessman

More than 1,000 board-style questions build confidence, knowledge, and test-taking skills for the USMLE Step 2 CK and the pediatrics shelf exam

"I really like the format of the questions. I believe they are...


The Age of Fable: Stories of Gods and Heroes

by Thomas Bulfinch

Long regarded as one of the most significant collectors and interpreters of folklore and mythology, Thomas Bulfinch was an esteemed but not affluent scholar from Massachusetts who set about making the world's...


Thirty Years in Australia

by Ada Cambridge

Ada Cambridge had only been married for a few weeks when she set out for Australia with her new husband, a clergyman. Over the next several decades, the two lived and worked in a series of small, relatively...


Curious Myths of the Middle Ages

by Sabine Baring-Gould

Step back into the romance and primal conflict of the medieval period with this collection of fairy tales and folklore from the era. Equal parts charmingly quaint and bracingly brutal, this carefully curated...


Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation

by Lafcadio Hearn

Scholar and travel writer Lafcadio Hearn spent decades in Japan, eventually adopting it as his home country. Perhaps more than any other single writer, Hearn is responsible for documenting and interpreting Japan...


The Order of Terror: The Concentration Camp

by Wolfgang Sofsky & William Templer

During the twelve years from 1933 until 1945, the concentration camp operated as a terror society. In this pioneering book, the renowned German sociologist Wolfgang Sofsky looks at the concentration camp from...


Essays

by Michel de Montaigne, Charles Cotton & William Carew Hazlitt

Considered the inventor of the essay itself, Michel de Montaigne published Essays (Essais, literally "Attempts") in 1850. Known for his skill at merging serious intellectual debate with personal anecdotes, his...


A Textbook of Theosophy

by C. W. Leadbeater

Theosophy is an ecumenical faith tradition that regards all religions as striving toward the same shared purpose of engendering love, cooperation, unity, and fellow-feeling among all of the world's cultures....


Biographia Literaria

by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 1817 work Biographia Literaria is an autobiography in discourse; loosely structured and non-linear, the work is meditative and contains numerous philosophical essays. Initially criticized...


How to Tell Stories to Children: And Some Stories to Tell

by Sara Cone Bryant

One might assume that anyone can make up a story on the spot that will hold the attention of a group of children, but in reality, that's not the case. To really capture the imagination of an audience of young...


How to Live a Holy Life

by Charles Ebert Orr

You don't have to spend your days cloistered in seclusion in order to fulfill your God-given potential. In How to Live a Holy Life, author Charles Ebert Orr offers guidance on how believers from every walk of...


The Secret of Dreams

by Yacki Raizizun

Have you ever awoken from a particularly vivid dream to wonder what it could possibly mean? Do our nighttime reveries have real meaning and significance, or are they nothing more than random "white noise" generated...