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The Hansa Towns. New York, G. P. Putnam, 1907 [c1889] :

Author - Helen Zimmern
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The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche : The First Complete and Authorized English Translation in Eighteen Volumes; Vol. Eight

Author - Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Oscar Levy
Publisher - Trieste Publishing
Pages - 232
ISBN - 9781760572969


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W. B. Wilson and the Department of Labor :

Fiction

Author - Roger Ward Babson
Publisher - Sagwan Press
Pages - 308
ISBN - 9781376603774


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W. E. Ford : A Biography

Biography & Autobiography

Author - J. D. Beresford
Publisher - Hughes Press
Pages - 316
ISBN - 1408697157


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Italy

Author - Helen Zimmern
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Pages - 291
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The Dramatic Works of G E Lessing :

Fiction

Author - G. E. Lessing
Publisher - Wildside Press LLC
Pages - 422
ISBN - 1434420043


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Detail - Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (1729-1781) was a German writer, philosopher, dramatist, publicist, and art critic, and one of the most outstanding representatives of the Enlightenment era. His plays and theoretical writings substantially influenced the development of German literature. Today his works appear as prototypes of the later developed bourgeois German drama. "Miss Sara Sampson" and "Emilia Galotti" are seen as the first bourgeois tragedies, "Minna von Barnhelm" as the model for many classic German comedies.

Prehistory : The Making Of The Human Mind

History

Author - Colin Renfrew
Publisher - Hachette UK
Pages - 272
ISBN - 1780225814


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Pilgrim Sorrow: A Cycle of Tales :

Author - Carmen Sylva
Publisher - Library of Alexandria
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ISBN - 1465608672


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Detail - Life was a radiant maiden, the daughter of the Sun, endowed with all the charm and grace, all the power and happiness, which only such a mother could give to her child. Her hairs were sunbeams, her eyes gleaming stars. Flowers dropped from her hands, seeds sprang into life from beneath her footsteps; sweet scents and songs of birds floated around her; from her lips uncounted songs welled forth. Sounds like the gurgling of a thousand streams were heard from out her garments, and yet they were only made of flower petals and covered with tender webs, in which numberless dew-drops twinkled. Glow-worms encircled the royal brow like a diadem; birds bore her train over rough paths. When her foot touched thorns they grew green and blossomed; when she laid her soft hand upon the bare rock it became covered with moss and fern. The Sun had bestowed on her glorious child power over all things, and as companions and playfellows she had given to her Happiness and Love. In those days there was much joy and blessedness on earth, and no pen can recount, no pencil paint, how glorious it all was. It was just one eternal May day, and the august mother looked down from afar upon her daughter's glad games, and blessed the earth upon which her child was so happy. But deep down in the earth there lived an evil spirit called Strife. The Kobolds brought him news of all the beauty that was outside, and of the young sovereign who reigned so proudly and lovingly over the whole world, and who played so sweetly with Happiness and Love. First he was angry at the tidings, for he desired to be sole ruler of all things; but after a while a great curiosity took hold of him—and something beside, something hot and wild, he knew not himself what. Only he wanted to get outside at all costs. So he began to move a mighty rock from the center of the earth, and he cast it up on high. Then he kindled a great fire, so that all the rocks and the metals above him melted and poured their glowing, scorching streams over the paradise of earth. And in the midst of these flames Strife rose up, clothed in dazzling armor, with flowing locks and contracted brows. In his hands he held a great block of stone, and he peered around him with his piercing black eyes, seeking what he should destroy first. But of a sudden he let fall the rock, crossed his arms over his breast, and stared down upon the garden of earth, like one in a dream. He stood thus a long, long while, gazing down, silent with wonder, like to a statue. Suddenly he struck his brow with his fist.

J. Archibald McKackney : (collector of Whiskers) Being Certain Episodes Taken from the Diary and Notes of that Estimable Gentleman-student and Now for the First Time Set Forth

Author - Ralph Delahaye Paine
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Pages - 180
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Maria Edgeworth :

Author - Helen Zimmern
Publisher - Library of Alexandria
Pages - 305
ISBN - 1465520937


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The Hansa Towns :

Hansa towns

Author - Helen Zimmern
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Pages - 389
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The Balkan Peninsula :

Author - Emile De Laveleye
Publisher - Martin Press
Pages - 406
ISBN - 1445540304


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