The Nightstand Reader
Mark Gilroy Communications, Incorporated, Oct 1, 2002 - Literature - 384 pages
A collection of the very best in classic and contemporary writings, mixing short stories, poetry, inspiring speeches and quotes, and humorous insights on the fine-but not lost-art of reading. Jack London, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Shakespeare, Edgar Alan Poe, The Holy Bible and other inspired texts, bound in leather, with 4-color cover onlay, rough cut edges, gold foil, silky ribbon marker, raised hubs on spine-perfect as gift or self-purchase.
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