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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 ...
How to Cyberbully Your Teachers

How to Cyberbully Your Teachers

How to Cyberbully Your Teachers Daniel Curzon - - The Dark Side of the Internet comes in the form of a teacher "review" website that allows anyone at all, even non-students, to post "reviews" of teachers, anonymously without consequence to the "reviewer," thus unleashing the nastiest sides of the human species - a website where blackmail, extortion, defamation, plain old lying for the ...
Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo

Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo

Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo Adam Powell - - "UNDER THE SHIRTTAILS of ALBERT RUSSO ‘…can perhaps be likened to skipping a small rock across a pond—creating ripples and reverberations which both reflect the greater omnipotence of the water and temporarily alter its periphery and identity.’ Such are the words of Adam Donaldson Powell, master weaver behind this literary tapestry ...
No Ballyhoo

No Ballyhoo

No Ballyhoo Mauro Mevlud Martino - - "A modern and intelligent fairy tale set into a muti - ethical and multi religious New York City in the prospective of different generations. Full of humour and kindness, the reader can enjoy one gentle love story between a young Jew and a Muslim that grow day after the day in the streets of the ‘unofficial’ capital of the modern world. Martino’s ...

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