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A Constant Longing – Memoirs of a Palestinian Woman

A Constant Longing – Memoirs of a Palestinian Woman

A Constant Longing - Memoirs of a Palestinian Woman Halima Alaiyan - - A Constant Longing - Memoirs of a Palestinian Woman / with a Foreword by Prof. Rita Süssmuth (Bundestagspräsidentin a.D.) "My dream draws on the future, and reaches across borders and generations... I look to the next generations who will grow up together; generations who can carry this beautiful dream of justice ...
Self-Portrait in Bloom

Self-Portrait in Bloom

Self-Portrait in Bloom Niloufar Talebi - - In the aftermath of World War II, “a new dynamism” was taking shape in Persian poetry. Award-winning translator Niloufar Talebi explains how Iranian poets were increasingly instrumental in “freeing Persian poetry from the state of decline and stagnation.” Into this backdrop emerges the poet Ahmad Shamlou in this part-memoir, part-biography, ...
Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition) P. G. Wodehouse - - Leave It to Psmith is a comic novel by English author P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 30 November 1923 by Herbert Jenkins, London, England and in the United States on 14 March 1924 by George H. Doran, New York. It had previously been serialised, in the Saturday Evening Post in the US between 3 ...
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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