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British and American writers in Sicily By Carmine Rapisarda
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It is a selection of diaries, letters, poems... written by anglophone travellers like Coleridge, Wilde, Woolf, Ruskin, Pound, Lawrence , Durrel, Forster. They visited Sicily and left their memories.... More > At the end of the book there is a list of all famous british and american writers that visited the island. Il testo raccoglie una selezione di viaggiatori di tradizione anglofona quali Coleridge, Wilde, Woolf, Ruskin Pound, Lawrence, Durrel ecc che tracciano dei percorsi originali e innovativi nel periplo dell'isola e in particolare Taormina il territorio Etneo. Ogni testo, tratto dalle fonti originali viene, presentato con una breve contestualizzazione storica e biografica di ogni autore e una ricostruzione dell'itinerario di viaggio e delle principali tappe. In appendice l'elenco di tutti gli scrittori anglofoni che hanno visitato l'isola.< Less
The British Barbarians By Grant Allen
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Charles Grant Blairfindie Allen (February 24, 1848 –... More > October 25, 1899) was a Canadian science writer and novelist, and a proponent of the theory of evolution.Allen was born near Kingston, Canada West (known as Ontario after Confederation) - the second son of Catharine Ann Grant and the Rev. Joseph Antisell Allen, a Protestant minister from Dublin, Ireland. His mother was a daughter of the fifth Baron of Longueuil. He was educated at home until, at age 13, he and his parents moved to the United States, then to France and finally to the United Kingdom. He was educated at King Edward's School in Birmingham and at Merton College in Oxford, both in the United Kingdom. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grant_Allen< Less
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Tips on How to be a Successful Writer By William Saint
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Tips on how to be a Successful Writer A small book /manual on Tips on how to be a Successful Writer it tells you the Dos and Donts of what to to if you decide that you want to be a Professional... More > writer. Manual written by William Saint Proprietor Willystriangle@Filmtracks A British Company A Writing Business Advertising and Marketing Company< Less
Tips on How to be a Successful Writer By William Saint
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Tips on how to be a Successful Writer A small book /manual on Tips on how to be a Successful Writer it tells you the Dos and Donts of what to to if you decide that you want to be a Professional... More > writer. Manual written by William Saint Proprietor Willystriangle@Filmtracks A British Company A Writing Business Advertising and Marketing Company< Less
Exploits of a spoof writer By Paul Mazzetta
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‘Exploits of a spoof writer’…… is a compendium of hilarious, genuine spoof letters written to a host of companies and organisations. The recipients / victims of these... More > letters include Buckingham Palace, British Airways, Marks and Spencer’s, a Sexual Aid product and many more. If you have read any of the ‘Timewaster letters' by Tom Cooper, then you should enjoy this read. All of my proceeds from this book will be donated to the RSPCA.< Less
2006 Writer's Blog Anthology By Deborah Woehr
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The 2006 Writer’s Blog Anthology began as a collaborative effort by the members of the Writer’s Blog Alliance, branching out to include military blogs and other writers outside of our... More > network. This is a multi-genre collection, composed entirely of posts and reader responses. Slittin’ on the Dock of Ebay, by Marti Lawrence––a satire about selling goods on EBay. Just Drop Me Off When This is Over, by Lee Kelley––An Army National Guard Officer who writes about coming home from Iraq Saturday Morning Writing Club, by Chris Howard––How he taught his grade-school daughter how to write and co-author a children’s book. Humor and Humour, by Clive Allen––an essay about American vs. British sitcoms These are just a few of the stories in this collection. The writers are diverse in their careers as well as their styles. What they have in common is how they draw and entertain their readers.< Less
No way to treat a classic british motorcycle By Paul Grace
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If you're at all interested in old motorcycles then I'm sure you'll enjoy this book. The author had a plan to have a go at building a bike himself in order to have a first try at an exciting,... More > exhausting and dangerous sport at an age when many would consider a round of golf the most taxing thing they'd undertake. He did so with no background in the sport, and having very much to feel his way on every step of the journey. Despite all the trials and tribulations, Paul reached his goals; he raced on his home-made bike and he more then held his own against the other riders all on much faster bikes. As a bonus he can now always say that he did it - he got out there and raced, pitting himself shoulder to shoulder against a wide variety of other riders, some famous, most not, who have in common a love of old bikes and a willingness to ride them as fast as possible over punishing terrain. What you also get is an honest, no-holds barred narrative of the writer's experiences.< Less
Spy Fiction and Spy Fiction Writers By Students’ Academy
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Introduction to Spy Fiction 7 Historical Progression 8 Before the First World War 8 During the War 11 Second World War 12 Cold War Period 13 British and American Spy Fiction 14 Russian Spy... More > Fiction 18 Spy Fiction and Cinema 19 After the Cold War 20 After 9/11 21 Popular Spy Fiction Writers 499< Less
My Man Jeeves: A British Humor Classic By P. G. Wodehouse
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"[Wodehouse was] the funniest writer ever to put words on paper" --Hugh Laurie