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The Sunshineboy: Memoirs of a Dancer
How to Cyberbully Your Teachers
The Man from Turkey
Poirot Investigates (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
The Most Dangerous Game (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 – with 13 riginal illustrations)
My Disillusionment in Russia (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
The Most Dangerous Game (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Most Dangerous Game (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Most Dangerous Game (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Richard Connell - - “The Most Dangerous Game”, also published as “The Hounds of Zaroff”, is a story by Richard Connell, first published in Collier’s on January 19, 1924. The story features a big-game hunter from New York City who falls off a yacht and swims to what seems to be an abandoned and isolated island in the Caribbean, where ...
Whose Body? (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Whose Body? (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Whose Body? (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Dorothy L. Sayers - - Whose Body? is a 1923 mystery novel by Dorothy L. Sayers, in which she introduced the character of Lord Peter Wimsey. Thipps, an architect, finds a dead body wearing nothing but a pair of pince-nez in the bath of his London flat. Lord Peter Wimsey—a nobleman who has recently developed an interest in criminal investigation ...
Cane (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Cane (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Cane (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Jean Toomer - - Cane is a 1923 novel by noted Harlem Renaissance author Jean Toomer. The novel is structured as a series of vignettes revolving around the origins and experiences of African Americans in the United States. The vignettes alternate in structure between narrative prose, poetry, and play-like passages of dialogue. As a result, the novel has ...
A Biopsy of Literature’s Dangerous Nature

A Biopsy of Literature’s Dangerous Nature

A Biopsy of Literature’s Dangerous Nature Sam Vaseghi - - MUSINGS OF A TRANSLATOR -- The translator is a curious beast. Exploration is the nature of his existence. Through answers he uncovers his purpose. His purpose is to examine the knowledge he’s just discovered and then come to the root of its reason. Curiosity is biopsy. . . an exploration, invasion, a microscopic theft that is ...

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