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Faith On The March (Hard Cover) By A H Macmillan
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Selected Sermons of Jonathan Edwards By Jonathan Edwards
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Selected Sermons of Jonathan Edwards wrote by Jonathan Edwards. EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY H. NORMAN GARDINER. PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN SMITH COLLEGE. Published by THE MACMILLAN... More > COMPANY LONDON: MACMILLAN & CO., LTD. in 1904. Jonathan Edwards was a Christian preacher and theologian. Edwards "is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical theologian," and one of America's greatest intellectuals.< Less
Greater Britain By Charles Wentworth Dilke
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GREATER BRITAIN is a record of travel in Englishe -speaking countries during 1866-7 written by CHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE. TWO VOLUMES IN ONE. W I T H M A P S A N D I L L U S T R A T I O N S.... More > Published by J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO. and MACMILLAN & CO. in 1869. Charles Wentworth Dilke was an English liberal critic and writer on literature. He served for many years in the Navy Pay-Office, on retiring from which he devoted himself to literary pursuits.< Less
Quick Guide: We the Living By College Guide World
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We the Living is the first novel published by the Russian-American novelist Ayn Rand. It was also Rand's first statement against communism. First published in 1936, it is a story of life in... More > post-revolutionary Russia. Rand observes in the foreword to this book that We the Living was the closest she would ever come to writing an autobiography. Her working title for the novel had been Airtight. We the Living was first completed in 1934, but, despite support from H.L. Mencken, who deemed it "a really excellent piece of work," it was rejected by several publishers until 1936, when George Platt Brett of Macmillan Publishing agreed to publish her book. Brett said "he did not know if they would make money on it or not, but that it was a novel that should be published." It has since sold more than 3 million copies.< Less