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Halfway to the Stars: Cable Car Tales of a Grumpy Gripman

Halfway to the Stars: Cable Car Tales of a Grumpy Gripman

Halfway to the Stars: Cable Car Tales of a Grumpy Gripman Daniel Curzon - - Foreword’s 2013 Book of the Year Award Finalist (https://botya.forewordreviews.com/books/halfway-to-the-stars/) "Halfway to the Stars will thrill an audience seeking entertainment untouched by editorial censors. This is stand-up comedy at its literary best, with controversial pieces included to strike the ...
Keep the Aspidistra Flying

Keep the Aspidistra Flying

Keep the Aspidistra Flying George Orwell - - Keep the Aspidistra Flying, first published in 1936, is a socially critical novel by George Orwell. It is set in 1930s London. The main theme is Gordon Comstock’s romantic ambition to defy worship of the money-god and status, and the dismal life that results. Orwell wrote the book in 1934 and 1935, when he was living at various locations ...
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 ...
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 ...

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