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Chase s Calendar of Events 2022

Author : Editors of Chase's
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Notable birthdays, historical anniversaries, national and international holidays, religious holidays, and thousands of additional days of note from all over the world.

Chase s Calendar of Events 2023

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Since 1957, Chase's Calendar of Events lists everything worth knowing and celebrating for each day of the year: 12,500 holidays, national days, historical milestones, famous birthdays, festivals, sporting events and more. "One of the most impressive reference volumes in the world." -- Publishers Weekly


Author : Mark Zwolinski
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Norma, a new work of fiction by writer Mark Zwolinski, asks you to enjoy a roller coaster like story about a kind, elderly woman, who saves a town from corruption and violence by surviving those very things herself. But the book also asks you to consider how you read fiction. Norma, as a work of fiction, intends to take its audience through a heroic tale where a 56 year old woman's life changes after she discovers a phone that belonged to a young murder victim, who bravely took a video of her assailants during a fatal altercation. There is all manner of life therein: love, sadness, emotion, endurance, the things we see when we look in the mirror, the challenges facing the elderly, poetry, youth, and above all, kindness. At the same time, there are two dissertations on the unseen balances between truth and lies. They are meant to create an over-riding ideology, which presents a constant reminder about the always undefinable space in which the characters live in, and the spaces we find ourselves in. It is an intellectual exercise in reading that will appeal to any lover of fiction. It is different. it is challenging, yet it is rewarding. All along, the truth about truth and lies, and the spaces we live in, are not truly defined until the book arrives at its final words. There is a strength there, and it is waiting for you. Finding it will rake all of your emotions. But there is a triumph in that. It is a tale for all ages. It's waiting there in this easy to read, page turner that mirrors the experience of spending time in an art museum with your favorite paintings.

Off the Beaten Path Virginia

Author : Judy Colbert
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The Chekhov Play

Author : Harvey Pitcher
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This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1985.

A Question Of Country

Author : Sue Parritt
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On Christmas Eve 1969, a letter from Australia House, London, brings welcome news for newlyweds Anna and Joseph Fletcher. Young and idealistic, Anna falls passionately in love with their adopted land. But soon, an unexpected event causes their life to take a tragic turn. In despair, Anna retreats to a fictional world she has created. But when a new challenge presents itself, will she take the risk - or take refuge in fantasy?


Author : Basho
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This is the essential English edition of the complete poems of the eminent Japanese master of the haiku, Matsuo Bashō. Matsuo Bashō (1644–1694) is arguably the greatest figure in the history of Japanese literature and the master of the haiku. Bashō: The Complete Haiku of Matsuo Bashō offers in English a full picture of the haiku of Bashō, 980 poems in all. Andrew Fitzsimons’ translation is the first to adhere strictly to form: all of the poems are translated following the syllabic count of the originals. This book also translates a number of Bashō’s headnotes to poems ignored by previous English-language translators. In Fitzsimons’ beautiful rendering, Bashō is much more than a philosopher of the natural world and the leading exponent of a refined Japanese sensibility. He is also a poet of queer love and eroticism; of the city as well as the country, the indoors and the outdoors, travel and staying put; of lonesomeness as well as the desire to be alone. His poetry explores the full range of social experience in Edo Japan as he moved among friends and followers high and low, the elite and the demi-monde, the less fortunate: poor farmers, abandoned children, disregarded elders. Bashō: The Complete Haiku of Matsuo Bashō reveals how this work speaks to our concerns today as much as it captures a Japan emerging from the Middle Ages. For dedicated scholars and those coming upon Bashō for the first time, Fitzsimons’ elegant translation—with an insightful introduction and helpful notes—allows readers to enjoy these works in all their glory.

The Collected Works of Anton Chekhov Plays Short Stories Diary Letters Unabridged

Author : Anton Chekhov
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This carefully crafted ebook: "The Collected Works of Anton Chekhov: Plays, Short Stories, Diary & Letters (Unabridged)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Anton Chekhov (1860–1904) was a Russian physician, dramaturge and author who is often referred to as one of the seminal figures in the birth of early modernism in the theatre. He made no apologies for the difficulties he posed to the readers, insisting that the role of an artist was to ask questions, not to answer them.

Anton Chekhov Ultimate Collection

Author : Anton Chekhov
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Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) was a Russian physician, dramaturge and author who is often referred to as one of the seminal figures in the birth of early modernism in the theatre. He made no apologies for the difficulties he posed to the readers, insisting that the role of an artist was to ask questions, not to answer them. This collection includes: Introduction: Biography by Constance Garnett Biography Novel: The Shooting Party Plays: On the High Road Swan Song Ivanoff Anniversary Jubilee Proposal Wedding Bear Boor Seagull Reluctant Hero Uncle Vanya Three Sisters Cherry Orchard On the Harmfulness of Tobacco Wood Demon Novellas and Short Stories: Living Chattel Bliss Joy At The Barber's Enigmatic Nature Classical Student Matter of Classics Death of A Government Clerk Daughter of Albion Trousseau Inquiry Fat and Thin Tragic Actor Slanderer Bird Market Choristers Album Minds in Ferment Chameleon In The Graveyard Oysters Swedish Match Safety Match The Marshal's Widow Small Fry In an Hotel Boots Nerves Country Cottage Malingerers Fish Horsey Name Gone Astray Huntsman Malefactor Father of the Family Dead Body Cook's Wedding In A Strange Land Overdoing It Old Age Sorrow Oh! The Public Mari D'Elle The Looking-Glass Art A Blunder Children Misery Upheaval Actor's End The Requiem Anyuta Ivan Matveyitch The Witch Story Without an End Joke Agafya Nightmare Grisha Love Easter Eve Ladies Strong Impressions Gentleman Friend Happy Man Privy Councillor Day in the Country At a Summer Villa Panic Fears Chemist's Wife Not Wanted Chorus Girl Schoolmaster Troublesome Visitor Husband Misfortune Pink Stocking Martyrs First-Class Passenger Talent Dependents Jeune Premier In The Dark Trivial Incident Tripping Tongue Trifle from Life Difficult People ...

White Bane Part II

Author : Robert James Allen
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Everything in which the hunter held dear is now forfeit, but his tale continues nonetheless, continuing with the role of a hunter whose sole purpose in life is to find a semblance of hope amidst the cruel world of 1797. Over the course of a year, the towns of the Fray have now grown rampant with civil unrest, inequality, crime, and mental afflictions, which have become more prominent and prevalent in the mind of the weary hunter, and of course, the white plague, which he continues to suffer from every day. On his journey, he comes across a vast array of characters, some that strengthens his resolve and others that threaten his life. Albeit, the hunter has always been a survivor, who is now fueled by a purpose that has reverted back to vengeance.