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Anthony Horowitz

Published by Walker Books Ltd, United Kingdom (2016)

ISBN 10: 1406363154 ISBN 13: 9781406363159

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About this Item: Walker Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Chase through the streets of Elizabethan London in this thrilling adventure by number one bestselling author, Anthony Horowitz. London is dirty, distant and dangerous . but that s where orphan Tom Falconer is heading. And he s got a whole assortment of vicious criminals hot on his heels. Tom is helpless and alone until he meets Moll Cutpurse, a thirteen-year-old pickpocket. Together they find themselves chased across the city by the murderous Ratsey. But it s only on the first night of a new play - The Devil and his Boy - that Tom realizes that the fate of the Queen and indeed the entire country rests in his hand. Seller Inventory # AA99781406363159

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Anthony Horowitz

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About this Item: Walker Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Chase through the streets of Elizabethan London in this thrilling adventure by number one bestselling author, Anthony Horowitz. London is dirty, distant and dangerous . but that s where orphan Tom Falconer is heading. And he s got a whole assortment of vicious criminals hot on his heels. Tom is helpless and alone until he meets Moll Cutpurse, a thirteen-year-old pickpocket. Together they find themselves chased across the city by the murderous Ratsey. But it s only on the first night of a new play - The Devil and his Boy - that Tom realizes that the fate of the Queen and indeed the entire country rests in his hand. Seller Inventory # AA99781406363159

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The Rise of the Novel: Ian Watt

Ian Watt

Published by University of California (1974)

ISBN 10: 0520013174 ISBN 13: 9780520013179

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About this Item: University of California, 1974. Paperback. Condition: Good. University of California [Published Date: 1974]. Soft cover, 319 pp. Eighth printing, 1974. In good+ condition. Cream illustrated paper covers hav e light bumping to edges and light overall scuffing and soiling. Binding tight. Pages lightly aged but otherwise clean and unmarked. Contents include: Preface; Realism and the novel form; The reading public and the rise of the novel; Robinson Crusoe, individualism and the novel; Defoe as novelist : Moll Flanders; Love and the novel : Pamela; Private experience and the novel; Richardson as novelist: Clarissa; Fielding and the epic theory of the novel; Fielding as novelist: Tom Jones; Realism and the later tradition: a note; index. [From back cover] This is a remarkable book in three respects. First, it is the only full-length study of the early eighteenth-century novel that has appeared in recent years. . . . Secondly, it is a pioneer work in the application o£ modern sociology to literature. . . . [But] sociological , analysis, however deep, is not the ultimate point of literary criticism; and we might have been disappointed if Mr. Watt had not scored for the third time, by a brilliant critical appreciation of three masterpieces of the period, 'Moll Flanders; 'Clarissa; and Tom Jones! ". Seller Inventory # 20180425003

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Zorn, Swantje / Weyland, Nils

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: DHV Der HörVerlag | Hörspiel | Eine Entdeckungsreise in die Welt der MusikDer fünfjährige Finn wäre so gerne schon ein Schulkind wie seine große Schwester Mia. Zum Glück hat er eine kleine Freundin, die Lernraupe Lilo, die sehr wissbegierig und lustig ist. In dieser Folge wollen Finn und Lilo Musik machen und herausfinden, was alles Geräusche macht. Dazu besuchen sie Paula, die einen Musikinstrumente-Laden hat und in einer Band singt. Zusammen mit ihr entdecken sie mit Hilfe von Liedern, Reimen, Klangexperimenten und Spielen die Geheimnisse der Musik.Lerninhalte:- Musik/Töne mit dem eigenen Körper und mit Alltagsgegenständen erzeugen- Unterscheidung Geräusch/Ton/Musik- Kleine Instrumentenkunde- Verschiedene Musikstile- Tonarten (Dur/Moll)- Musik und GefühleMit Nils Weyland, Tom Riedinger, Dagmar Kötting und Jonna Kauffmann.(1 CD, Laufzeit: 1h 10) | Format: CD-Audio | 98 gr | 145x130x9 mm. Seller Inventory # K9783844523584

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Mitgang, Herbert

Published by Free Press (2000)

ISBN 10: 0684855798 ISBN 13: 9780684855790

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About this Item: Free Press, 2000. hardcover. Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket. 1st edition. New York. 2000. January 2000. Free Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. ISBN: 0684855798. 259 pages. hardcover. Cover design by Tom Stvan. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ONCE UPON A TIME IN NEW YORK is a real-life fable, the story of two towering men in an irrepressible time. It is at once the story of Roosevelt’s first great test; the turning point of machine control in New York; and the battle that marked the end of the Jazz Age way of political life. It is an unforgettable portrait of Roosevelt’s courage, with a cast of gamblers and gun molls, murderers and mistresses. More outrageous than today’s headlines and as lively as the era it describes, ONCE UPON A TIME IN NEW YORK reads like a nonfiction novel. inventory #27373. Seller Inventory # z27373

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Both, Sabine:

Published by Loewe, 15.02.2016. (2016)

ISBN 10: 3785582226 ISBN 13: 9783785582220

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About this Item: Loewe, 15.02.2016., 2016. Taschenbuch. Condition: Wie neu. 240 S. UNGELESEN; INCL. RECHNUNG. Eine große Liebe. Und eine Auszeit von der Treue. Eine offene Beziehung. Für drei Monate. Zwischen Abi und Studium. Sich ausprobieren. Mit anderen. Danach ist alles wieder wie zuvor und Tom und Verena weiterhin ein Paar. Denn sie lieben sich und wollen für immer zusammen bleiben. Doch ist das wirklich so einfach, wie sie es sich vorstellen? Verena und Tom kennen sich von klein auf, sind ein Paar, seit sie dreizehn sind. Sie gehören einfach zusammen und das soll für immer so bleiben. Aber ein Gedanke lässt Verena - mitten im Abistress und voller Vorfreude auf das anstehende Studium - nicht mehr los: Sie hat noch nie einen anderen Jungen geküsst, geschweige denn Sex mit einem anderen gehabt. Doch sie liebt Tom und sich von ihm zu trennen oder ihn zu betrügen, kommt nicht infrage. Als sie schließlich mit Tom darüber spricht, treffen die beiden eine Vereinbarung: eine offene Beziehung, drei Monate Austobzeit nach dem Abi. Danach ist alles wieder wie vorher und die zwei wieder ein Paar. Zunächst genießen die beiden es, sich auszuprobieren. Doch sie haben nicht mit den Gefühlen gerechnet, die das Arrangement mit sich bringt: Zweifel tun sich auf. Ängste. Werden sie rechtzeitig einen Ausweg finden? Mit ihrer ganz eigenen, poetischen Sprache wendet sich Sabine Both den Themen offene Beziehung, Fremdgehen und Treuebruch zu, das viele Jugendliche bewegt, und lässt es ihre Protagonisten durchleben. Sie schildert, wie vorsichtig man in einer Beziehung mit Vertrauen und den Gefühlen des Partners umgehen sollte, ohne pädagogisch belehrend daherzukommen. Eine unterhaltsame, besondere Liebesgeschichte mit Tiefgang. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 349. Seller Inventory # 20028

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The Last Days: Spielberg, Steven and

Spielberg, Steven and Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation

Published by St. Martin's Press, New York (1999)

ISBN 10: 0312204620 ISBN 13: 9780312204624

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About this Item: St. Martin's Press, New York, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First American Edition. A companion book to the 1998 documentary by James Moll, tells the story of Hungarian Jews in the Holocaust through the actual experiences of five survivors. Richly illustrated with both b&w and color photos, each chapter briefly reviews some aspect of the final days of Hungarian Jewry (Roundups, Ghettoisation, Deportation and Selection, Raoul Wallenberg, In the Camps, Disposal of the Bodies, and Liberation), followed by the true story of one survivor. Survivors whose stories are included are Alice Lok Cahana, Irene Zisblatt, Bill Bash, Renee Firestone, Dario Gabbai, and Tom Lantos. The last chapter is followed by the stories of three soldiers involved in the liberation. Gift inscription on half-title page signed by two of the subjects, Renee Firestone and Bill Basch. 240 pp. Introduction by David Cesarani and Epilogue by Randolph Braham. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 705

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The Last Days: Spielberg, Steven and

Spielberg, Steven and Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation

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About this Item: St. Martin's Press, New York, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First American Edition. A companion book to the 1998 documentary by James Moll, tells the story of Hungarian Jews in the Holocaust through the actual experiences of five survivors. Richly illustrated with both b&w and color photos, each chapter briefly reviews some aspect of the final days of Hungarian Jewry (Roundups, Ghettoisation, Deportation and Selection, Raoul Wallenberg, In the Camps, Disposal of the Bodies, and Liberation), followed by the true story of one survivor. Survivors whose stories are included are Alice Lok Cahana, Irene Zisblatt, Bill Bash, Renee Firestone, Dario Gabbai, and Tom Lantos. The last chapter is followed by the stories of three soldiers involved in the liberation. Gift inscription on half-title page with glued-on photo. 240 pp. Introduction by David Cesarani and Epilogue by Randolph Braham. On the half-title page is an inscription reading "Sidonia - You are the best! Thanks for always being there for all of us at the Foundation and for being my special friend!! Love, June." On the page opposite this is a pasted-in photo of a woman holding an Oscar, with an inscription on the back (visible) saying "Sid holding the Oscar from "Last Days.". Seller Inventory # 709

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Anonymous, Juan De Luna

Published by Svenson Publishers, United States (2014)

ISBN 10: 0615961398 ISBN 13: 9780615961392

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About this Item: Svenson Publishers, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sometime around 1550 a little book, published anonymously, appeared in Spain. It purported to relate the life of one Lazarillo of Tormes, whose only goal since childhood had been to fill his empty belly. For its wit, unerring characterizations, realistic observation, and its sage acceptance of life, the tale went straight to the hearts of all Spain. Immediately translated into other languages, it was soon being read with delight throughout Europe. A masterpiece had been born, and for centuries it has endeared itself to new generations of readers and has won the praise of critics of every school and taste. In this modern but faithful version by Robert S. Rudder the reader will be able to read the entire book as it was experienced by the readers of the sixteenth century. Several imitators attempted to fill their purses by riding on the shirttails of that beloved book, using Lazarillo s name as part of their title. Of them all, the only one that can lay claim to literary merit of its own is the Second Part of the Life of Lazarillo of Tormes (1620) written by Juan de Luna. This author was a political and religious refugee in France, who spent his last years as a Protestant minister in London. Juan de Luna may have had to flee from the Inquisition because of his bitterness toward the clergy. About this attitude he leaves us in no doubt; in his novel the satire on the church is blunt and devastating. But this venom did not hinder Juan de Luna from telling a witty, entertaining, spicy story. The unknown author of the First Part, who starts his tale by having the narrator state frankly that writers want glory - they want to be rewarded.with people seeing and reading their works, and if there is something worthwhile in them, they would like some praise - not only gained his wish but initiated a literary genre that is still very much alive, the picaresque novel. To this tradition belong Tom Jones, Huckleberry Finn, Moll Flanders, and in our own day, The Tin Drum. This edition is superbly illustrated with seventy-three drawings by the Dutch painter Leonard Bramer (1596-1674). The drawings, reproduced here by permission, are in the keeping of the Graphische Sammlung in Munich. Seller Inventory # APC9780615961392

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Mari Strachan

Published by DUMONT Literatur Und Kunst Verlag (2009)

ISBN 10: 3832180915 ISBN 13: 9783832180911

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About this Item: DUMONT Literatur Und Kunst Verlag, 2009. Gebundene Ausgabe. Condition: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Sehr gut Ungelesenes, vollständiges Exemplar; in sehr gutem Zustand mit leichten Lagerspuren, als Mängelexemplar gekennzeichnet Rechnung mit MwSt; Bestellungen bis 15 Uhr werden am gleichen Werktag verschicktGwenni hat eine Gabe, sie kann fliegen Allerdings nur, wenn sie schläft Ihre liebsten Dinge auf der Welt sind Erdbeerpudding, Krimis und schwierige Fragen stellen Das Problem dabei ist: Nicht nur ihrer Mutter geht das ungewöhnliche, ein wenig altkluge Mädchen auf die Nerven Auch unter den Kindern der kleinen walisischen Bergarbeiterstadt bleibt Gwenni eine Außenseiterin Ihre einzige Verbündete ist die Nachbarin, auf deren kleine Töchter sie manchmal aufpasst Als deren Mann eines Tages spurlos verschwindet, beschließt Gwenni, heraus zufinden, wo er eigentlich abge blieben ist Sie will ihrer Freundin helfen und löst damit versehentlich eine Katastrophe aus Gwenni Morgan ist eine unvergessliche Heldin Sie könnte Tom Sawyers kleine walisische Schwester sein, denn sie steckt voller Streiche und bezaubernder Einfälle Aber in ihrer hinreißenden Originalität erinnert sie auch an den wunderbaren Christopher Boone aus Supergute Tage Das detailgetreue, liebevolle Porträt einer walisischen Kleinstadt in den 50er Jahren wird durch Gwennis Präsenz zu einem magischen Roman, der uns in eine ganz andere Welt versetzt; - Gwenni hat eine Gabe – sie kann fliegen. Allerdings nur, wenn sie schläft. Ihre liebsten Dinge auf der Welt sind Erdbeerpudding, Krimis und schwierige Fragen stellen. Das Problem dabei ist: Nicht nur ihrer Mutter geht das ungewöhnliche, ein wenig altkluge Mädchen auf die Nerven. Auch unter den Kindern der kleinen walisischen Bergarbeiterstadt bleibt Gwenni eine Außenseiterin. Ihre einzige Verbündete ist die Nachbarin, auf deren kleine Töchter sie manchmal aufpasst. Als deren Mann eines Tages spurlos verschwindet, beschließt Gwenni, herauszufinden, wo er eigentlich abgeblieben ist. Sie will ihrer Freundin helfen und löst damit versehentlich eine Katastrophe aus. Gwenni Morgan ist eine unvergessliche Heldin. Sie könnte Tom Sawyers kleine walisische Schwester sein, denn sie steckt voller Streiche und bezaubernder Einfälle. Aber in ihrer hinreißenden Originalität erinnert sie auch an den wunderbaren Christopher Boone aus ›Supergute Tage‹. Das detailgetreue, liebevolle Porträt einer walisischen Kleinstadt in den 50er Jahren wird durch Gwennis Präsenz zu einem magischen Roman, der uns in eine ganz andere Welt versetzt. 0 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # INF1000304889

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Rudolph, Manfred

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About this Item: Leipzig : Brockhaus. Condition: Gut. Ausgabe: 3. Auflage Umfang/Format: 279 Seiten : zahlreiche Illustrationen , 24 cm Erscheinungsjahr: 1989 Schlagwörter: London , Reisebericht Inhalt HALLO LONDON 5 LONDON IST GANZ ANDERS 8 Wir und die 15 Nabel der Welt? 33 KRONE UND MELONE oder LONDONER SUPERLATIVE 41 Der exklusivste Klub 45 Die berühmteste Haustür 66 Die größte Schau 76 Die teuerste Quadratmeile 95 ANDERE GESCHICHTEN 118 Ein Tag im Tower 121 Dockland Party 138 Hampstead, Highgate und zurück 147 Clubs and Pubs 162 Sonne kann man nicht essen 181 UND WEST END STORIES 193 Eine Adresse, die man haben kann . 197 Tom und sein Taxi 227 Im Hyde Park und drum herum 240 Soho und so 259 LONDONER EPILOG 276 ordentliches Exemplar, Einband und Buchblock mit kleinen Lesespuren, Buchblock altersgemäß gebräunt, Gesamtzustand: gut. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # B00026224

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Anonymous, Juan De Luna

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About this Item: Svenson Publishers, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sometime around 1550 a little book, published anonymously, appeared in Spain. It purported to relate the life of one Lazarillo of Tormes, whose only goal since childhood had been to fill his empty belly. For its wit, unerring characterizations, realistic observation, and its sage acceptance of life, the tale went straight to the hearts of all Spain. Immediately translated into other languages, it was soon being read with delight throughout Europe. A masterpiece had been born, and for centuries it has endeared itself to new generations of readers and has won the praise of critics of every school and taste. In this modern but faithful version by Robert S. Rudder the reader will be able to read the entire book as it was experienced by the readers of the sixteenth century. Several imitators attempted to fill their purses by riding on the shirttails of that beloved book, using Lazarillo s name as part of their title. Of them all, the only one that can lay claim to literary merit of its own is the Second Part of the Life of Lazarillo of Tormes (1620) written by Juan de Luna. This author was a political and religious refugee in France, who spent his last years as a Protestant minister in London. Juan de Luna may have had to flee from the Inquisition because of his bitterness toward the clergy. About this attitude he leaves us in no doubt; in his novel the satire on the church is blunt and devastating. But this venom did not hinder Juan de Luna from telling a witty, entertaining, spicy story. The unknown author of the First Part, who starts his tale by having the narrator state frankly that writers want glory - they want to be rewarded.with people seeing and reading their works, and if there is something worthwhile in them, they would like some praise - not only gained his wish but initiated a literary genre that is still very much alive, the picaresque novel. To this tradition belong Tom Jones, Huckleberry Finn, Moll Flanders, and in our own day, The Tin Drum. This edition is superbly illustrated with seventy-three drawings by the Dutch painter Leonard Bramer (1596-1674). The drawings, reproduced here by permission, are in the keeping of the Graphische Sammlung in Munich. Seller Inventory # APC9780615961392

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - New York, Sale title - 19th & 20th Century American Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors and  Sculpture, Date - 26th June 1985, No. of lots - 327, No. of pages - unpaginated, Illustrated in black & white, , ,   INDEX Adriani Cam o Aldridge George Ames Allis Harry American School Barnett Thomas P Baum Walter Emerson Beckwith James Carroll Beerwald Bcllen N Bellows Albert Fitch Benn Ben Bcrman Eugene Berthelscn Johann Bicknell Albion Harris Blackman Walter Bloom Hyman Bluhm Norman Boggs Frank Myers Bohrad Aaron Borein Edward Borg Carl Oscar Bosa Louis Boston Frederick James Brackman Robert Brandriff George K Brcvoort James Renwick Bricher Alfred Thomson Bridgman Frederick Arthur Briganti Nicholas Bristol John Bunyan Brown Benjamin C Browne Byron Browne George Elmer Brownscombe Jennie Augusta Bruestlc George M Cadmus Paul Calder Alexander Carlsen Soren Emil Carmienke John Hermann Cary W iam de la Montagne Chapman Carlton Theodore Chase W M Christy Howard Chandler Clark Eliot C Clarke W W Codman Charles Collins Captain S Colman Samuel Cook James Cookman Charles Edwin Cooper Colin Campbell Cowell S H Publishers Cozzens Frederick Sch er Currt R F Curtis Ralph Wormeley Dallin Cyrus Edwin Dannat W ian T Darley Felix Octavius Carr Davies Arthur Bowen Davis Stuart Davis Warren B Davis Warren N Dearth Henry Golden DeHaas Mauritz Frederick Hcndrik DeHaven Franklin Dehn Adolph Deming Edwin W ard Dewey Charles Melve Driggs Elsie Eggleston Benjamin Eilshemius Louis M Enneking John J Farnsworth Jerry Ferry F Field E Loyal Fitler W iam Crothers Flagg James Montgomery Fries Charles Arthur Fullop E Weber Ganso Emilc Garside Thomas H Gaston Gay Edward Goodwin Arthur Clifton Goshorn John T Grant Frederic M Graves Morris Green Balcomb Grimm Paul Grinnell George Victor Gross Chaim Gruppe Charles Paul Gruppe Emil Albert A Hambridge J Hamilton James Harding S and Toms W H Publishers Harrison Alexander Hartman Bertram Harvey after Eli Hauser Joseph Haven James Dexter Healy George Peter Augustus Henrici John H Henry Edward Lamson Heriot George Heurey B Hibbard Aldro Thompson Hoffman Hoffman Malvina Holmes Ralph Holty Carl Hopkins Bud Horton W S Hunter F Leo Huntington Daniel Inman John O Brian lnness George Jr Irvine Wilson Jack Richard Jenkins Paul Jonson Raymond Karfiol Bernard Keller Clyde Leon Kerkham Earl Key John Ross King A F Lachman Harry Lambdin George Cochran Lane Michael and Cook James Lang Louis Langendoerffer John Lebduska Lawrence Lee Doris Emrick Leighton W infield Scott Lever Richard Hayley Lewis Edmund Darch Lewis Martin Lockwood Wilton Loomis Chester Lucas Albert Malherbe W iam Marsh Reginald Mason W iam Sanford Matthew Mauer Alfred H Maynard G W Mclver Loren Middleton Stanley Grant M er Ralph Davison M er W iam Ricarby Moll Herman Moore Harry Humphrey Mora F Luis Moran E Percy Morris Kathleen M Murphy John Francis Nahl Charles Christian Newman Carl Nevelson Louise Noyes George Loftus Oakley Thornton Onderdonk Julian O Toole Cathal Pearson Cornelius Pearson Margaret Stuber Ph ips Bert Piccir i A Picknell W iam Lamb Pilot Robert Wakem Piatt Charles Adams Polgary Geza Quartley Arthur Rankin J Redmond Granv e Rehn Frank Knox Morton Reinhardt Siegfried Richards W iam Trost Rix Julian Rockwell Norman Roesch Robert Rohland Paul Rondel Frederick Rondel Henri Roseland Harry Sample Paul Starrett Schlaikjen Jess W iam Schoenloop C D Schrag Karl Sessions R Sewell Amanda Brewster Shaw Charles Green Simkins Henry Simon Bernard Skou Sigurd Slater Harry Sloane Eric Smie James Smie George Henry Smith Henry Pember A Sommer Otto Soulen Henry James Sprinchorn Carl Steinberg Saul Stevens W iam Lester Strand Necle Swinnerton James G Symons George Gardner Teed Douglas Arthur A Thieme Anthony Trotter Newbold Hough Tyler James Gale Van Dearing Perrine Vassileif Nicholai Verem D Vincent Harry A Volkmar Charles Vonnoh Robert Wachtel Elmer Waitt Marion Martha Parkhurst Walker W iam Aiken Walkowitz Abraham Walt Disney Productions Washington Elizabeth. Seller Inventory # 31979

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Juan De Luna

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About this Item: SVENSON Publishers. Paperback. Condition: New. 296 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.7in.Sometime around 1550 a little book, published anonymously, appeared in Spain. It purported to relate the life of one Lazarillo of Tormes, whose only goal since childhood had been to fill his empty belly. For its wit, unerring characterizations, realistic observation, and its sage acceptance of life, the tale went straight to the hearts of all Spain. Immediately translated into other languages, it was soon being read with delight throughout Europe. A masterpiece had been born, and for centuries it has endeared itself to new generations of readers and has won the praise of critics of every school and taste. In this modern but faithful version by Robert S. Rudder the reader will be able to read the entire book as it was experienced by the readers of the sixteenth century. Several imitators attempted to fill their purses by riding on the shirttails of that beloved book, using Lazarillos name as part of their title. Of them all, the only one that can lay claim to literary merit of its own is the Second Part of the Life of Lazarillo of Tormes (1620) written by Juan de Luna. This author was a political and religious refugee in France, who spent his last years as a Protestant minister in London. Juan de Luna may have had to flee from the Inquisition because of his bitterness toward the clergy. About this attitude he leaves us in no doubt; in his novel the satire on the church is blunt and devastating. But this venom did not hinder Juan de Luna from telling a witty, entertaining, spicy story. The unknown author of the First Part, who starts his tale by having the narrator state frankly that writers want glory - they want to be rewarded. . . with people seeing and reading their works, and if there is something worthwhile in them, they would like some praise - not only gained his wish but initiated a literary genre that is still very much alive, the picaresque novel. To this tradition belong Tom Jones, Huckleberry Finn, Moll Flanders, and in our own day, The Tin Drum. This edition is superbly illustrated with seventy-three drawings by the Dutch painter Leonard Bramer (1596-1674). The drawings, reproduced here by permission, are in the keeping of the Graphische Sammlung in Munich. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780615961392

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Prior, Lily

Published by Black Swan, UK (2002)

ISBN 10: 0552770884 ISBN 13: 9780552770880

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About this Item: Black Swan, UK, 2002. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 272 pages. Available Now. Book Description: Romona Drottoveo, an albino with unusual looks, is a chambermaid at a lush Italian country estate. Distinguished by an intoxicating scent she exudes, Ramona is despised by women and worshipped by men whose inexhaustible lust for Ramona she satisfies, eagerly and repeatedly. Ramona's life changes when she marries a sweet beekeeper who dies after discovering his bride with a new lover on their wedding day. The superstitious villagers go on to blame Ramona and her lover when the beekeeper's body disappears and the crops fail, and they exile the couple from the estate to the neighboring city of Naples. There, we follow Ramona through her tragicomic misadventures where her life is transformed once again by the birth of her unwanted daughter, Blandina, who 'steals' Ramona's scent, depriving her mother of her only asset. No longer able to seduce men into blind submission, Ramona returns humbly to the estate to an unexpected welcome - and revenge. : Review: 'A glorious confection of sensuality, mysticism and witty characters Very entertaining' -- GOOD HOUSEKEEPING: 'Hilarious Like LA CUCINA, Prior's follow-up bursts with mouthwatering descriptions of sumptuous meals.Bottom Line: Smells like a winner' -- PEOPLE: 'Think of her as Moll Flanders or Tom Jones, or perhaps the anti-Candide.there are surprising twists and turns in this picaresque work' -- WASHINGTON POST : Book Description: A new novel by the author of LA CUCINA set in Italy about a servant girl whose bewitching aroma drives all men who inhale it to the point of madness. Size: 12.9 x 19.8 x 2.2 cm. 272 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Miscellaneous; ISBN: 0552770884. ISBN/EAN: 9780552770880. Inventory No: F246-1137. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # F246-1137

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Sheridan J. LeFanu, Sheridan J. Le Fanu, Sheridan Joseph Le Fanu

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Oberpichler, Zepp und Tom Tonk:

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About this Item: Bottrop: Henselowsky Boschmann, 2002. 239 Seiten, gebundene Ausgabe, original Schutzumschlag, sehr gut Das junge Ruhrgebiet liegt den Beatles zu Füßen, die Rolling Stones singen über Satisfaction und Theodor Bornbeck muss auf dem Klavier den H-Moll-Akkord von Johann Sebastian Bach suchen. Dann trifft er Willi. Willi raucht, Willi trinkt, Willi hat die längsten Haare und Willi weiß alles über die Stones. Die kennt Theo nur aus Zeitungsartikeln, die sein Vater ihm allzu gerne vorliest: Sollen Krawallburschen sein. Sind Seuchenherde. Haben Sex und keine Ehe. Theo und Willi tun sich zusammen, gründen mit "Schweiger" Schulze eine Band - Beat! Party! Mädchen! Irrenhaus! Die Stones werden sie selber, und zwar die besten - zumindest im Ruhrgebiet.Ein Roman über den ganz normalen Wahnsinn der 60er Jahre. Ein großspuriges Stück Lebenslust mit rotzfrechem Humor. Rock `n` Roll eben. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 400. Seller Inventory # 38081

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Johannes Rudolph Roth

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Latvian . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Molluscorum Species, Quas in Itinere per Orientem Facto Comites Clariss. Schuberti Doctores M. Erdl Et J. R. Roth Collegerunt Rcstat, ut librorum mentionem faciam, quos adhibui et laudavi. Primum locum tenet Olivieri opus:, Voyage dans l empire Othoman, l egypte et la Perse, fait par ordre du gouvernement pendant les six premiers annees de la Republique par G. A. Olivier, Dr. Med. III. Vol. Avec un atlas. Paris 1801 Non solum icones ad veritatem maxime accedunt, sed etiam descriptiones optimas puto respiciens, quae tum temporis fuerit singularis hujus scientiae conditio et status. Ehrenbergii tractatus de molluseis in oriente collectis:, Hemprich et Ehrenberg, Symbolae physicae. Ani malia evertebrata recensuit Ehrenberg. Series prima. Bere]. Et ipse praestan tissimas descriptiones continet, et eo insuper excellit, quod Savignyanas icones (description de l egypte. Atlas zoolo. Moll. Paris post editoris mortem explicatione apta deficiente, usui reddiderit tamquam novas. Alteram Lamarckiani operis editionem: naturelle des animaux sans vertebres par B. P. A. De Lamarck. Deuxieme edition par MM. G. P. Deshayes et H. Milne Edwards. Tom. VIII. Paris Ferusaci Opera:, Histoire naturelle generale et particuliere des Mollusques terrestres et fiuviatiles par Daudebard Baron de Ferussac. Paris 1819 - 1834. Livr. XXVII. Ejusdem: Prodrome general pour tous les Mollusques etc. Etc.; ejusdem: Monographie des Melanopsides dans Mem. De la Soc. D liist. Natur. De Paris. Tom. 1. Paris Deshayesii:, Expedition de Moree. Histoire naturelle. Zoolog. Mollusq. Par Deshayes. Paris in usum meum contuli. Maximum fructum cepi ex Rossma ssleri nostri libro:, Iconographie der Land und Siisswasser - h-iollusken von Prof. E. A. Rossmassler. Leipzig und Dresden 1835 - 1838. Fasc. Quem mihi imitandum proposui. Linnaei, Malleri, Draparnaudii, Chemnitzii, Pfeifferi, Menke i aliorumque praestantissimorum auctorum opera iterum a me citari nihil at tinet. Lamarckii et Rossmaissleri diligentia in eruendis his quidem speciebus, de quibus hic agitur, maxima fide est. Sowerbvi opera:, Conchylio logiques illustrations, ejusdemque:, Genera of shells. London 1823 non exstant in bibliotheca regia; complures insignes Neritinas Smyrnenses Graeeasque deficientibus illis operibus non potni referre in numerum specierum cognitarum. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780428007034

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Sheridan J. LeFanu, Sheridan Joseph Le Fanu, Sheridan J. Le Fanu

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About this Item: ALAN RODGERS BOOKS, United States, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Included in this volume of J. Sheridan Le Fanu s marvelous ghost stories are Madam Crowl s Ghost ; Squire Toby s Will ; Dickon the Devil ; The Child That Went with the Fairies ; The White Cat of Drumgunniol ; An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street ; Ghost Stories of Chapelizod, including The Village Bully, The Sexton s Adventure, The Specter Lovers ; Wicked Captain Walshawe, of Wauling ; Sir Dominick s Bargain ; Ultor de Lacy ; The Vision of Tom Chuff ; and Stories of Lough Guir, including The Magician Earl, Moll Rial s Adventure, The Banshee, The Governess s Dream, and The Earl s Hall. Seller Inventory # AAV9781598188820

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Brendan Mathews

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About this Item: Little, Brown Company, United States, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. June 1939. With Europe on the brink of another World War, Francis Dempsey and his deaf-mute and shell-shocked brother, Michael, are en route to New York City, masquerading as minor British nobles aboard a luxury ocean liner, having absconded with a small fortune stolen from the IRA. Their destination is the house of their older brother, Martin, a jazz musician. But when Tom Cronin, a retired henchman seeking redemption through a final job, tracks the brothers down, Francis must capitulate to blackmail or have his family suffer fatal consequences. New York, meanwhile, is suffused with an electric feeling of hope, caught up in the fervor of the World s Fair that will host King George and Queen Elizabeth, the first time in history a reigning British monarch has set foot on American soil. Over the course of one tumultuous week, THE WORLD OF TOMORROW brims with conmen, politicians, artists, musicians, mobsters, and molls -- characters haunted by their pasts and connected by blood, love, and chance. When the befuddled Michael disappears, wandering the streets of Manhattan alone, his only hope may be the mysterious Czech photographer who takes him under her wing. With Michael missing and Francis embroiled in an assassination plot, the brothers long-awaited reunion with Martin may be short-lived.From the smoky, boozy nightclubs of Harlem to the mansions of the wealthy and powerful to the backroom warrens of mobsters on the make, Brendan Mathews brings prewar New York to vivid, pulsing life. The sweeping and intricate storytelling of this remarkable debut is set against the resonant backdrop of an America that blithely hoped it could avoid the war and focus instead on the promise inherent in the slogan of the World s Fair: a peaceful, prosperous World of Tomorrow. Seller Inventory # ABZ9780316382182

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Eustache Baudin: An Original Drama, in Three Acts Miller and his Men Aladdin vol. XXVI. Adrienne the Actress Undine Jessie Brown Asmodeus Mormons Blanche of Brandywine Viola 208 Deseret Deserted vol. XXVII. 209 Americans in Paris 210 Victorine 211 Wizard of the Wave Castle Spectre 213 Horse-shoe Robinson Armand, Mrs Mowatt 216 Fashion, Mrs Mowatt 216 Glance at New York vol. XXVIII. 217 Inconetant 218 Uncle Tom s Cabin 219 Guide to the Stage 220 Veteran 221 Miller of New Jersey 222 Dark Hour before Dawn 223 Hidsum r Night s Dream [laura Keeoe s Edition 224 Artand Arti?ce vol. XXIX 225 Poor Young Man 226 Ossawattomie Brown 227 Pope of Rome 228 Oliver Twist 229 Pauvrette 230 llan in the Iron Mask Knight of Arva Moll Pitcher vol. XXX. Black Eyed Susan Satan in Paris Rosina Meadows [ess West End, or Irish Heir Six Degrees of Crime The Lady and the Devil Avenger, or Moor of $101. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781333495480

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Sheridan J. LeFanu, Sheridan Joseph Le Fanu, Sheridan J. Le Fanu

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About this Item: ALAN RODGERS BOOKS, United States, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Included in this volume of J. Sheridan Le Fanu s marvelous ghost stories are Madam Crowl s Ghost ; Squire Toby s Will ; Dickon the Devil ; The Child That Went with the Fairies ; The White Cat of Drumgunniol ; An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street ; Ghost Stories of Chapelizod, including The Village Bully, The Sexton s Adventure, The Specter Lovers ; Wicked Captain Walshawe, of Wauling ; Sir Dominick s Bargain ; Ultor de Lacy ; The Vision of Tom Chuff ; and Stories of Lough Guir, including The Magician Earl, Moll Rial s Adventure, The Banshee, The Governess s Dream, and The Earl s Hall. Seller Inventory # AAV9781598188820

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Latvian . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Molluscorum Species, Quas in Itinere per Orientem Facto Comites Clariss. Schuberti Doctores M. Erdl Et J. R. Roth Collegerunt Rcstat, ut librorum mentionem faciam, quos adhibui et laudavi. Primum locum tenet Olivieri opus:, Voyage dans l empire Othoman, l egypte et la Perse, fait par ordre du gouvernement pendant les six premiers annees de la Republique par G. A. Olivier, Dr. Med. III. Vol. Avec un atlas. Paris 1801 Non solum icones ad veritatem maxime accedunt, sed etiam descriptiones optimas puto respiciens, quae tum temporis fuerit singularis hujus scientiae conditio et status. Ehrenbergii tractatus de molluseis in oriente collectis:, Hemprich et Ehrenberg, Symbolae physicae. Ani malia evertebrata recensuit Ehrenberg. Series prima. Bere]. Et ipse praestan tissimas descriptiones continet, et eo insuper excellit, quod Savignyanas icones (description de l egypte. Atlas zoolo. Moll. Paris post editoris mortem explicatione apta deficiente, usui reddiderit tamquam novas. Alteram Lamarckiani operis editionem: naturelle des animaux sans vertebres par B. P. A. De Lamarck. Deuxieme edition par MM. G. P. Deshayes et H. Milne Edwards. Tom. VIII. Paris Ferusaci Opera:, Histoire naturelle generale et particuliere des Mollusques terrestres et fiuviatiles par Daudebard Baron de Ferussac. Paris 1819 - 1834. Livr. XXVII. Ejusdem: Prodrome general pour tous les Mollusques etc. Etc.; ejusdem: Monographie des Melanopsides dans Mem. De la Soc. D liist. Natur. De Paris. Tom. 1. Paris Deshayesii:, Expedition de Moree. Histoire naturelle. Zoolog. Mollusq. Par Deshayes. Paris in usum meum contuli. Maximum fructum cepi ex Rossma ssleri nostri libro:, Iconographie der Land und Siisswasser - h-iollusken von Prof. E. A. Rossmassler. Leipzig und Dresden 1835 - 1838. Fasc. Quem mihi imitandum proposui. Linnaei, Malleri, Draparnaudii, Chemnitzii, Pfeifferi, Menke i aliorumque praestantissimorum auctorum opera iterum a me citari nihil at tinet. Lamarckii et Rossmaissleri diligentia in eruendis his quidem speciebus, de quibus hic agitur, maxima fide est. Sowerbvi opera:, Conchylio logiques illustrations, ejusdemque:, Genera of shells. London 1823 non exstant in bibliotheca regia; complures insignes Neritinas Smyrnenses Graeeasque deficientibus illis operibus non potni referre in numerum specierum cognitarum. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780428007034

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Quandt, Albert L. / Hickey, H.B.

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About this Item: Armchair Fiction:, Medford, 2017. Condition: New. Trade paperback, New, GANG MOLL: "The slums are full of girls like Lee Sissle-fiery, troublesome girls who want more out of life than they are getting-but who go about it the wrong way." TIP YOUR HAT TO DEATH: "It was a gory murder with a trail of twisted clues. Tom Ritchie was a hard-working investigator for the DA's office, slaving away on an endless menagerie of routine cases. Then one day the murder case of a lifetime dropped into his lap." This is a print-on-demand title. Seller Inventory # 59107

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - Amsterdam, Sale title - Pictures, Watercolours and Drawings including Maritime Pictures and Ship Models, Sale date - 3rd September 2002, No. of lots - 448, No. of pages - 142, Illustrated in colour Index Ahrendts, C.E. 285 Laurent-Desrousseaux, H.A.L. 228 Akkeringa, J.E. 213 de Lelie, A. 71 Albani, F. 1 Leyden, E. van 418 Altmann, S. 130-131 Liender, P. van 84 Apol, L. 162 Ligtelijn, EJ. 215 Appel, K. 436, 436A Lo-a-Njoe, C. 442-443 Arntzenius, F. 251 Lombard, L. 14 Artan de Saint-Martin, L.V.A. 295 Looy, J. van 255 Artz, C. 193, 242 Luyken, J. 75 Asperen, P.FI. van 221 Maasdijk, A.H.R. van 124 Asselijn, J. 48 Macco, G. 145 Avereamp, H. 76 Maes, E.R. 184 Backer, J.A. 78 Maris, M. 249 Bakhuyzen, JJ. van de Sande 173 Maris, S. 265 van Balen, H. 11 Markus, A. 354, 375A Barbiers, P.P. 91 Mastenbroek, J.H. van 293 Bastert, N. 168 Mauve Jun., A.R. 239 Bauer, M. 353 Mauve, A. 213 Becht, E.A. 370A Mendes da Costa, S.H. 180 Beekman, Chr. 362 Mendlik, 0.273 Beelen, F. 448 van der Merck, J.F. 8 Belgian School 137 Metsu, G. 40 Berg, A. van den 262 Meyer, J. 426-427 Berg, S. van den 100 Meyer, L. 299 Berg, W. van den 214, 279 Mieris, W. van 80 Berkes, A. 189 Millet, J.F. 55 Bieling, H. 407 Millner, C. 146 Bleckmann, W.C.C. 271 Mirani, E.B.G.P. 104 Blommers, B.J. 161 Molenaer, J.M. 44 Bogaerts, J. 231,236,274 Moll, E. 328, 329, 342 Boks, M. 164 Molyn, P. 51 Bos, W. 335, 343 Monnoyer, J.B. 25 Bosma, W. 378-379 Moor, Ch. de 383 Boucher, F. 79 Muller, G.0.138 Bout, P. 61 Muller, W. 437 Breenbergh, B. 52 Nachenius, J.C. 270 Breughel, A. 21 Neste, A. van 396 van den Broeck, E. 32 Netscher, C. 58 Bron, L. 391 Neuhuys, J. 185 Brouwer, A. 42-43 Nieuwenhoven, W van 232 Brouwer, B. 234 Noltee, C. 237, 267 Brugghen, G.A. van der 135 Noorde, C. van 86 Bruijnesteijn, N. 183 Noten, J. van 397 Brusselmans, J. 371 Oehmichen, H. 149 Buchbinder, S. 375 Oosterhout, D. van 132 Burgers, H. 113 Opdenhoff, G.W. 288 Camphuysen, R.G. 53 van Ostade, A.J. 41 Canned, M. 336 Palamedesz., A. 35 Carabain, J. 156 Pauwels, J. 393 Carelli, C. 126 Peerson, H. 191 Carracci, L. 16 Pontoy, H. 216 Cassee, D. 425 Possin, R. 181 Cate, H.G. ten 133 Pothast, W. 357 Cats, J. 90 Priechenfried, A.H. 226 Ceruti, G. 70 Prooijen, A.J. van 102, 282 Citroen, P. 409 Pynas, J. 27 Comte, A. le 324 Raaphorst, C. 241 Cossaar, J. 217 Rabuzin, 1.424 Cottavoz, A. 429-430 Rappard, A.G.A. van 263 Coxcie, M. 18, 20 Rees, 0. van 377 Craeyvanger, G. 140 Regt, P. de 327 Crowe, E. 122 Regteren Altena, M. van 350 Daalhoff, H. van 356 Riegen, N.289, 294 van Dam, J. 72 tom Ring, L. 30 Danish School 153 Rip, W.C. 172 Dankmeyer, C. 229 Riviere, A. de la 272 Daumerie, G. 396A Robertson, S. 257 Dekkers, A. 433 Rochussen, C. 139 Delfgaauw, GJ. 182, 200 Roelofs, W. 170 Desportes, A.-F. 68 Rohner, G. 338 Dezentje, E. 144 Romkes de Jongh, 0.108 Dielen, A.J.W. 88 Rubens, P.P. 24 Dijsselhof, G.W. 247, 259 Rueter, G. 203-205A, 214 Dittmann, E. 159 Sap van Drenthe, A.J. 197 Dolci, C. 9 Scarsello, 1.19 Donkersloot, P. 439, 441, 444 Schaap, E.R.D. 208 Dort, W. van 325 Schaap, H. 394 Dreibholz, C.L.W. 286 van Schaeyenborgh, P. 67 Drulman, MJ. 301,334,337 Schampheleer, E. de 147 Dusart, C. 77 Scheffer, A. 129 Dutch School 45,74,83,87,167,287 Sehelfhout, A. 125 Duval, L. 143 Schiedges, P.P. 166 Duwee, H.J. 169 Schonk, J. 420 Eeghen, M.C. van 227 Schotel, CJ. 283 Eisendieck, S. 435 Schouman, M. 296 Emmerik, G. van 284 Schrikkel, L. 380 Engel, F. 190 Schroder S. 408 Erte 392 Schroder, S. 402-404 van Es, J.F. 22 Schulman, D. 179,192 Eyck, C. 388 Schwartze, J.G. 128,150 Fiks, A. 363 Schweinfurth, E. 142 Flemish School 29,65, 73 Sierhuis, J. 445 Fleur, W. 370, 401 Sluijters, J. 358, 360, 364, 366, 373 Frederiksen, C. 328A Smets, L. 103 French School 28, 120, 160 Smits, J.G. 101 Galema, A. 369 Smorenberg, D. 382 German School 69,194 Soest, L. van 223-224,238,268-269 Gestel, L. 361 Soest-Wijtman, J.M.L. van 225 Godfrinon, E. 400 Soeterik, T. 105 Goeree, J. 82 Somm, H. 158 van Gool, J. 63 Sorella 230 Gorter, A.M. 16. Seller Inventory # 41123

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Watt, Ian.

Published by University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles (1967)

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About this Item: University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1967. Softcover. Condition: Good. Sixth Printing.. 319 pages. Softcover. Good condition. Some very slight underlining. LITERARY STUDIES. "This is a remarkable book in three respects. First, it is the only full-length study of the early eighteenth-century novel that has appeared in recent years. . . . Secondly, it is a pioneer work in the application of modern sociology ton literature. . . . [But] sociological analysis, however deep, is not the ultimate point of literary criticism; and we might have been disappointed if Mr. Watt had not scored for the third time, by a brilliant critical appreciation of three masterpieces of the period, Moll Flanders, Clarissa, and Tom Jones." - Manchester Guardian Includes an Index. (Key Words: Novels, Literary Criticism, Ian Watt, Sociology, Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson Henry Fielding, Literary Studies, Fiction, Moll Flanders, Clarissa, Tom Jones, Max Weber, Virginia Woolf, Jonathan Swift, William Shakespeare, Puritanism, Realism, Personal Relationships, Alan D. McKillop, Henry James, Samuel Johnson, Oliver Goldsmith, Family, Robinson Crfusoe, Social Class, James Boswell, Joseph Addison, Aristotle). book. Seller Inventory # 62232X1

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Johannes Rudolph Roth

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Latvian . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Molluscorum Species, Quas in Itinere per Orientem Facto Comites Clariss. Schuberti Doctores M. Erdl Et J. R. Roth Collegerunt Rcstat, ut librorum mentionem faciam, quos adhibui et laudavi. Primum locum tenet Olivieri opus:, Voyage dans l empire Othoman, l egypte et la Perse, fait par ordre du gouvernement pendant les six premiers annees de la Republique par G. A. Olivier, Dr. Med. III. Vol. Avec un atlas. Paris 1801 Non solum icones ad veritatem maxime accedunt, sed etiam descriptiones optimas puto respiciens, quae tum temporis fuerit singularis hujus scientiae conditio et status. Ehrenbergii tractatus de molluseis in oriente collectis:, Hemprich et Ehrenberg, Symbolae physicae. Ani malia evertebrata recensuit Ehrenberg. Series prima. Bere]. Et ipse praestan tissimas descriptiones continet, et eo insuper excellit, quod Savignyanas icones (description de l egypte. Atlas zoolo. Moll. Paris post editoris mortem explicatione apta deficiente, usui reddiderit tamquam novas. Alteram Lamarckiani operis editionem: naturelle des animaux sans vertebres par B. P. A. De Lamarck. Deuxieme edition par MM. G. P. Deshayes et H. Milne Edwards. Tom. VIII. Paris Ferusaci Opera:, Histoire naturelle generale et particuliere des Mollusques terrestres et fiuviatiles par Daudebard Baron de Ferussac. Paris 1819 - 1834. Livr. XXVII. Ejusdem: Prodrome general pour tous les Mollusques etc. Etc.; ejusdem: Monographie des Melanopsides dans Mem. De la Soc. D liist. Natur. De Paris. Tom. 1. Paris Deshayesii:, Expedition de Moree. Histoire naturelle. Zoolog. Mollusq. Par Deshayes. Paris in usum meum contuli. Maximum fructum cepi ex Rossma ssleri nostri libro:, Iconographie der Land und Siisswasser - h-iollusken von Prof. E. A. Rossmassler. Leipzig und Dresden 1835 - 1838. Fasc. Quem mihi imitandum proposui. Linnaei, Malleri, Draparnaudii, Chemnitzii, Pfeifferi, Menke i aliorumque praestantissimorum auctorum opera iterum a me citari nihil at tinet. Lamarckii et Rossmaissleri diligentia in eruendis his quidem speciebus, de quibus hic agitur, maxima fide est. Sowerbvi opera:, Conchylio logiques illustrations, ejusdemque:, Genera of shells. London 1823 non exstant in bibliotheca regia; complures insignes Neritinas Smyrnenses Graeeasque deficientibus illis operibus non potni referre in numerum specierum cognitarum. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780428007034

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Hans Von Osten

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is a rollicking novel about marriage in America with epic depictions of bad weather and even worse human behavior [adult situations, language, sexual content]. It is the story of a man who not only loved women but married twelve of them. It is also a chronicle of America; and like the last half of the 20th century, it is a wild ride with our matrimonial hero circumnavigating the country and having adventures you could only hope to imagine and pray to avoid. Alternately shocking, funny, radical, literary, and religious (while only occasionally sad in the tradition of Tom Jones and Moll Flanders), this virtuoso first novel reinvents the picaresque entertainments popularized by Henry Fielding and Daniel Defoe. So put away your other novels of Scandinavian sorrow and introduce yourself to a new American author. Seller Inventory # APC9781456376475

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