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GEA – My Mirror the Earth

GEA – My Mirror the Earth

GEA - My Mirror the Earth Sam Vaseghi - - “Gea – My Mirror, The Earth” is a transcript from the original poem in Farsi language (and the German translation of the poem, which was published by Edition l'Aleph), which unfortunately due to censorship in Iran has been never published in Farsi. The transcript is a masterpiece of translation by Jeanette Skirvin. Taking into account that until
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 ...
Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 – with 13 riginal illustrations)

Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 – with 13 riginal illustrations)

Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 - with 13 riginal illustrations) James Matthew Barrie - - Now published by Wisehouse Classics, this is the unabridged Anniversary Edition of the original 1911 published novel "Peter and Wendy" (or "Peter Pan") with the original therteen illustrations by F. D. Bedford. "Peter and Wendy" or "Peter Pan" is J. M. ...
Buddenbrooks (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Buddenbrooks (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Buddenbrooks (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Thomas Mann - - Buddenbrooks is a 1901 novel by Thomas Mann, chronicling the decline of a wealthy north German merchant family over the course of four generations, incidentally portraying the manner of life and mores of the Hanseatic bourgeoisie in the years from 1835 to 1877. Mann drew deeply from the history of his own family, the Mann family ...

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