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Gil Blas By RENÉ LE SAGE
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RENÉ LE SAGE Gil Blas Except that he was born at Sarzeau, in Brittany, on May 8, 1668, and that he was the son of the novelist Claude le Sage, little is known of the youth of Alain René... More > le Sage. Until he was eighteen he was educated with the Jesuits at Vannes, when, it is conjectured he went to Paris to continue his studies for the Bar. An early marriage drove him to seek a livelihood by means of literature, and shortly afterwards he found a valuable and sympathetic friend and patron in the Abbé de Lyonne, who not only bestowed upon him a pension of about £125, but also gave him the use of his library. The first results of this favour were adaptations of two plays from Rojas and Lope de Vega, which appeared some time during the first two or three years of the eighteenth century. Le Sage's reputation as a playwright and as a novelist rests, oddly enough, in each case on one work.< Less
Days in San Blas By Robert Richter
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Prose and poetry about San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico, in a graphic layout
Days in San Blas By Robert Richter
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Prose and poetry about San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico, in a graphic layout
San Blas Islands By Marjan Golobic
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This is a photo book about our visit to the San Blas Islands, the home of the Kuna Indians. The Kuna are subsistence fishermen and their only commercial activity is the production of molas,... More > intricately embroidered pieces of cloth, incorporated into the traditional costume of the Kuna women. The photos of this book were taken during the visit of the tropical archipelago by the sailing vessel Bea on her globe-girdling voyage. Skipper Slavc Šikonja began his round-the-world adventure in Slovenia in 2006. After crossing the Mediterranean, he entered the Atlantic through the Straits of Gibraltar and continued his voyage across the Atlantic and the Caribbean. He reached the San Blas Islands in November 2007 with a crew of Anne, Marjan and Aleš. For more information about the voyages of Marjan Golobic, please visit his website at www.spalax.net. Marjan Golobic Brussels, November, 2011< Less
San Blas Islands By Marjan Golobic
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This is a photo book about our visit to the San Blas Islands, the home of the Kuna Indians. The Kuna are subsistence fishermen and their only commercial activity is the production of molas,... More > intricately embroidered pieces of cloth, incorporated into the traditional costume of the Kuna women. The photos of this book were taken during the visit of the tropical archipelago by the sailing vessel Bea on her globe-girdling voyage. Skipper Slavc Šikonja began his round-the-world adventure in Slovenia in 2006. After crossing the Mediterranean, he entered the Atlantic through the Straits of Gibraltar and continued his voyage across the Atlantic and the Caribbean. He reached the San Blas Islands in November 2007 with a crew of Anne, Marjan and Aleš. For more information about the voyages of Marjan Golobic, please visit his website at www.spalax.org.< Less
Gil Blas [Christmas Summary Classics] By René Le Sage
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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially... More > crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About the Book Except that he was born at Sarzeau, in Brittany, on May 8, 1668, and that he was the son of the novelist Claude le Sage, little is known of the youth of Alain René le Sage. Until he was eighteen he was educated with the Jesuits at Vannes, when, it is conjectured he went to Paris to continue his studies for the Bar. An early marriage drove him to seek a livelihood by means of literature, and shortly afterwards he found a valuable and sympathetic friend and patron in the Abbé de Lyonne, who not only bestowed upon him a pension of about £125, but also gave him the use of his library. For more eBooks visit www.kartindo.com< Less
Mi Romántico y Cansado Corazón By Blas Veloso
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This are poems we found in a box after my grandfather died, all of which he wrote and tell about his feeling and what was going on in his life at that moment, I put it together for my family to enjoy!
Contre Ruy Blas By Ivan Mikhaïl PIENN
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Contre Ruy Blas. Une nouvelle lecture de la pièce de Victor Hugo. Format poche. 41 pages.
The Dinosaur That Loved To Touch By James de Blas
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The Dinosaur That Loved to Touch delves into the battle between a dinosaur that loves to touch and another that loathes to be touched. This story can be best described as a creation myth, filled with... More > a whole gamut of emotions.< Less
The Golden Grasshopper By James de Blas
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The Golden Grasshopper is a fable about a Grasshopper that dares to imagine more. He jumps on the back of an owl and whispers to it to take it to the most important house on Earth. There he learns... More > the three sacred arts and becomes a master. A master of cooking, flower arranging and gardening. This he later teaches to his own kind, the Locusts that has a profound and lasting effect on them.< Less