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GEA – My Mirror the Earth
Sweet, Sweet, Stories, Some Sweeter than Others
Snow Sizzling in Soleil
VIS + I
The Great Gatsby (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Keep the Aspidistra Flying
Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
A Journal of the Plague Year (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
The Blind Owl (Authorized by The Sadegh Hedayat Foundation – First Translation into English Based on the Bombay Edition)

The Blind Owl (Authorized by The Sadegh Hedayat Foundation – First Translation into English Based on the Bombay Edition)

The Blind Owl (Authorized by The Sadegh Hedayat Foundation - First Translation into English Based on the Bombay Edition) Sadegh Hedayat - - Widely regarded as Sadegh Hedayat's masterpiece, the Blind Owl is the most important work of literature to come out of Iran in the past century. On the surface this work seems to be a tale of doomed love, but with the turning of each page basic ...
A Son at the Front

A Son at the Front

A Son at the Front Edith Wharton - - Largely criticized or ignored by a war-weary public when it was originally published in 1922, A Son at the Front is an extraordinarily poignant novel chronicling the effects of WWI on painter John Campton and his only child, George […] Wharton movingly portrays those left behind during war-not the wives and children but the devastated parents, who ...
The Dream (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Dream (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Dream (Wisehouse Classics Edition) H. G. Wells - - The Dream is a 1924 novel by H. G. Wells about a man from a Utopian future who dreams the entire life of an Englishman from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, Harry Mortimer Smith. As in other novels of this period, in The Dream Wells represents the present as an "Age of Confusion" from which humanity will be able to emerge with the ...
The Sunshineboy: Memoirs of a Dancer

The Sunshineboy: Memoirs of a Dancer

The Sunshineboy: Memoirs of a Dancer Hans-Christian Wagner - - "I have run away from the place where I grew up to conquer the world and found my home on an island. I fulfilled my dreams, loved more men than I can remember, danced, acted, choreographed and produced, designed and managed, healed and taught. I shared the wealth of my father and enjoyed the naked freedom of having nothing. ...

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