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The Home Front Hearth By Circe Woessner & Judy O'Reilly
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A book of military family recipes and memories from around the world.
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The Complete Island of Submission By Jim Felker
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The Goddess Circe is planning a war against all of humanity but, first she needs a pawn. She finds what she needs in the form of the young Arden Green and soon, kidnaps her and brings her to the... More > island of Aeaea but, will Arden submit to her? and just what is the power inside Arden anyway that makes Circe think she is of divine heritage. This collection includes the entire 200 page epic story for the first time as well a bonus section of sketches, character designs and fans frequently asked questions.< Less
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The Bower of Bliss By Ermes Culòs
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This is a revised edition of my Master's Thesis, focusing on some key differences between the poetry of Spenser and that of his Italian precursors Ariosto and Tasso.
Adventures of Odysseus By Padric Colum
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'And then Odysseus devised the means by which we took Priam's city at last. He made us build a great Wooden Horse. We built it and left it upon the plain of Troy and the Trojans wondered at it... More > greatly. And Odysseus had counselled us to bring our ships down to the water and to burn our stores and make it seem in every way that we were going to depart from Troy in weariness. This we did, and the Trojans saw the great host sail away from before their City. But they did not know that a company of the best of our warriors was within the hollow of the Wooden Horse, nor did they know that we had left a spy behind to make a signal for our return.'< Less
STATIC CONTROL By ANN DIAMOND
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A young woman wanders the Mediterranean, in search of her famous father and the truth about her mother's disappearance. On a Greek island, she meets Ralph Shore, who sells Static Control technology... More > to Middle Eastern dictators. In the Age of Terror, love can strike anywhere.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In the old city of Trœzene, at the foot of a lofty mountain, there lived, a very long time ago, a little boy named Theseus. His grandfather, King Pittheus, was the sovereign of that country,... More > and was reckoned a very wise man; so that Theseus, being brought up in the royal palace, and being naturally a bright lad, could hardly fail of profiting by the old king's instructions. His mother's name was Æthra. As for his father, the boy had never seen him. But, from his earliest remembrance, Æthra used to go with little Theseus into a wood, and sit down upon a moss-grown rock, which was deeply sunken into the earth. Here she often talked with her son about his father, and said that he was called Ægeus, and that he was a great king, and ruled over Attica, and dwelt at Athens, which was as famous a city as any in the world. Theseus was very fond of hearing about King Ægeus, and often asked his good mother Æthra why he did not come and live with them at Trœzene.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In the old city of Trœzene, at the foot of a lofty mountain, there lived, a very long time ago, a little boy named Theseus. His grandfather, King Pittheus, was the sovereign of that country,... More > and was reckoned a very wise man; so that Theseus, being brought up in the royal palace, and being naturally a bright lad, could hardly fail of profiting by the old king's instructions. His mother's name was Æthra. As for his father, the boy had never seen him. But, from his earliest remembrance, Æthra used to go with little Theseus into a wood, and sit down upon a moss-grown rock, which was deeply sunken into the earth. Here she often talked with her son about his father, and said that he was called Ægeus, and that he was a great king, and ruled over Attica, and dwelt at Athens, which was as famous a city as any in the world. Theseus was very fond of hearing about King Ægeus, and often asked his good mother Æthra why he did not come and live with them at Trœzene.< Less

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