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A Dictionary of Modern English Usage

Henry Watson Fowler - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1994 - 742 pages
This dictionary aims to help users to find the most appropriate word to use on a wide range of occasions. It is designed in particular for students, those writing reports ...
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Writing with style: conversations on the art of writing

John R. Trimble - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1974 - 143 pages
A storehouse of practical writing tips, written in a lively, conversational style. Readers lean to develop a żwriter's senseż: the book demonstrates that writing is really ...
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Adios, Strunk and White

Glynis Hoffman - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2003 - 252 pages
Reveals the secrets of great essayists. A must for professional writers, self-taught writers, teachers, college students. A startling read for all non-fiction readers.
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Five Children and it

Edith Nesbit - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 188 pages
"It" is a Psammead, a sand fairy which gives the children a wish a day. And their wishes bring much excitement but often a lot of trouble too.
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A Laodicean

Thomas Hardy - Fiction - 2007 - 494 pages
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Phaedrus

Plato, Alexander Nehamas, Paul Woodruff - Philosophy - 1995 - 144 pages
"A superb translation that captures the rhetorical brilliance of the Greek. . . . The translation is faithful in the very best sense: it reflects both the meaning and the ...
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An Antarctic Mystery: The Sphinx of the Ice Fields: Easyread Large Edition

Jules Verne - Fiction - 2007 - 432 pages
An Antarctic Mystery by Jules Verne is brimming with deep sentiments and profound emotions. As Captain Len Guy starts on a voyage to search for his brother, events unfold with ...
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Anna Karenina

graf Leo Tolstoy, E. B. Greenwood - Fiction - 1995 - 804 pages
Presents the nineteenth-century Russian novelist's classic in which a young woman is destroyed when she attempts to live outside the moral law of her society
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