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Pride And Prejudice

Author: Austen Jane
Publisher: Oldcastle Books
ISBN: 1843440725
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Lock Up Your Daughters... Darcy's in Town! Mrs Bennett is on a mission to marry off her five daughters to rich men. Enter, Mr Charles Bingley and his rather fit friend, Darcy. Love, loathing and bittersweet romance follow...

Pulp Classics

Author: John Gregory Betancourt
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1434460045
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When Strange Tales first appeared in 1931 as a pulp magazine, it was clearly something new. Edited by Harry Bates as a companion to Astounding Stories, it combined the supernatural horror and fantasy of Weird Tales with vigorous action plots. Strange Tales rapidly attracted the most imaginative and capable writers of the day, including such Weird Tales regulars as Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, Henry S. Whitehead, Hugh B. Cave, Ray Cummings, and numerous others. Had the Great Depression not intervened and killed it after seven issues, the whole history of fantastic fiction might have been different. The October 1932 issue features work by Clark Ashton Smith ("The Hunters from Beyond"), Victor Rousseau, Henry S. Whitehead, Hugh B. Cave, Frank Belknap Long, Jr, and many more.

Pulp Classics

Author: John Betancourt
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 0809511460
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"Tales of Magic and Mystery," which published five issues between December 1927 and April 1928 under the (anonymous) editorship of Walter B. Gibson, remains one of the rarest and most sought after of the early fantasy pulp magazines. The third issue, featuring an uncredited cover believed to be by Earle Bergey according to Peter Haining's excellent reference book "Monthly Terrors," also features contributions from Arthur Neale, Archie Binns, Howard Thurston, Carl M. Rosenquist, Ludwig Haupt, Walter B. Gibson, and Peter Chance.

Pulp Classics

Author: Jack Williamson
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1434462188
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The premiere issue of "Science Stories" magazine (October, 1953), edited by Ray Palmer of "Amazing Stories" fame, features a short novel by Jack Williamson ("Hocus Pocus Universe") as well as fiction by R.J. McGregor, Jan Tourneau, Robert Moore Williams, and Rog Phillips. Cover by Hannes Bok. Interior illustrations by Bok, Michael Becker, Charles Hornstein, J. Allen St. John, Burdoff, and Pierce. [Facsmile reprint.]

Pulp Classics

Author: Johnson Mcculley
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1592246095
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Thubway Tham is a small, short-tempered gnome of a man, a professional pickpocket with an annoying lisp. But he is no mere thief . . . he is the king of his chosen profession, a master "dip" who works only in the subways of New York City. Like all such villains, he faces a cunning adversary in Police Detective Craddock, who is always half a pace behind. Craddock has sworn to put Tham behind bars, where he belongs. But Tham is clever enough to always remain one step ahead of Craddock and everyone else. Despite being a criminal, Tham always comes off well: the people whom he relieves of their wallets are often deserving of it, and he has a tendency to take on other, much worse crooks to give them their just desserts. And, of course, there are scoundrels aplenty in his world: a rival pickpocket who moves in on his turf in "Thubway Tham's Baggage Check;" Shifty Shane, the holdup man, who calls Tham a coward because he doesn't use a gun; and Mr. Clackworthy, a slick grifter from Chicago, who looks down on dips as the lowest of thieves. Call him an early antihero. Tham endears himself to readers because he has a moral compass. He knows his place is in the gutter of the world, but that doesn't mean he can't strive to better himself - or others.

Cohen S Pathways Of The Pulp Expert Consult E Book

Author: Louis H. Berman
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323079075
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The definitive endodontics reference, Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp is known for its comprehensive coverage of leading-edge information, materials, and techniques. It examines all aspects of endodontic care, from preparing the clinician and patient for endodontic treatment to the role the endodontist can play in the treatment of traumatic injuries and to the procedures used in the treatment of pediatric and older patients. Not only does Hargreaves and Cohen’s 10th edition add five chapters on hot new topics, it also includes online access! As an Expert Consult title, Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp lets you search the entire contents of the book on your computer, and includes five online chapters not available in the printed text, plus videos, a searchable image collection, and more. For evidence-based endodontics research and treatment, this is your one-stop resource!

Eminent Rhetoric

Author: Elizabeth A. Fay
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780897893091
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Examines the unacknowledged political uses of language in modern culture that cause power imbalances among speakers and listeners, especially women.

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Author: Hans Fallada
Publisher: Null Papier Verlag
ISBN: 3962813179
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*** Ungekürzte und kommentierte Ausgabe *** Falladas schonungslose Abrechnung mit dem Nazi-Regime Erzählt wird die Geschichte eines einstmals harmlosen Berliner Ehepaares und dessen aussichtslosen Widerstandes gegen Hitler und seine Schergen. Das Ehepaar Quangel sind „die kleinen Leute von nebenan“. Sie versuchen im Berlin 1940er zu überleben, als längst schon niemand mehr an den Endsieg glaubt. Sie haben sich mehr schlecht als recht arrangiert. Was bleibt ihnen auch anderes übrig in einer Atmosphäre der Gewalt und der permanent drohenden Denunziation durch willfährige Speichellecker des Regimes. Doch alles ändert sich, als ihr Sohn in diesem furchtbaren Krieg fällt. Was kann Hitler ihnen jetzt noch antun? Sie wollen Widerstand leisten. Sie schreiben Botschaften auf Karten und verteilen sie in der Stadt. Doch die Gestapo ist ihnen schon auf den Fersen. Ein Buch, das ob seiner Härte und Klarheit nichts anders machen kann als betroffen, wie schreibt doch Fallada im Vorwort: »... mehr Helligkeit hätte Lüge bedeutet. « Er sieht das kranke, gelblich weiße Gesicht Annas vor sich, wieder hört er ihre Anklage, er ist jetzt zu einer ganz ungewohnten Stunde unterwegs, diesen Schwätzer Barkhausen an der Seite, heute Abend ist die Trudel bei ihnen, es wird Tränen geben, endloses Gerede – und er, Otto Quangel, liebt doch so sehr das Gleichmaß des Lebens, den immer gleichen Arbeitstag, der möglichst gar kein besonderes Ereignis bringt. Schon der Sonntag ist ihm fast eine Störung. Und nun soll alles eine Weile durcheinandergehen, und wahrscheinlich wird die Anna nie wieder die, die sie einst war. Das war zu tief aus ihr gekommen, dieses ›Du und dein Hitler‹. Das hatte wie Hass geklungen. Null Papier Verlag