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Confessions of an English Opium Eater By Thomas De Quincey
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When it was first published anonymously in the October 1821 edition of the London Magazine, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater was a literary sensation. The author of this shocking... More > autobiographical record of addiction, spun in a rich literary style, was Thomas De Quincey, a close associate of William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Confessions went through many printings and made De Quincey famous.< Less
Applied English 1 By Hassan Fartousi
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This book is of a different perspective. Easiness, novelty, diversity, and briefness have characterized the book. The book is easy since the language used in it is understandable and not tough; it is... More > novel, for the reading passages have all written in the recent years by the same author for the sake of his readers. The reading passages are actually political/civil newspaper opinion articles all published in newspapers and weblogs. The reading passages describe political real-life situations of a couple of countries across the world rather than being Anglo-centric. Grammar explanations are presented succinctly. A grave try has been made to use as many and adequate words as possible to get the grammar across the minds of the readers.< Less
The Comic English Grammar (Illustrated) By Unknown
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“It may be considered a strange wish on the part of an Author, to have his preface compared to a donkey’s gallop. We are nevertheless desirous that our own should be considered both short... More > and sweet. For our part, indeed, we would have every preface as short as an orator’s cough, to which, in purpose, it is so nearly like; but Fashion requires, and like the rest of her sex, requires because she requires, that before a writer begins the business of his book, he should give an account to the world of his reasons for producing it; and therefore, to avoid singularity, we shall proceed with the statement of our own, excepting only a few private ones, which are neither here nor there.”< Less
A Spectrum of Indian English Literature By Om Prakash Dwivedi
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This is a collection of critical essays on Indian English Literature by diverse hands, with a special focus on the theme of conflict and development in it. It contains thirteen essays by as many... More > scholars, and the scholars contributing to it are both Indian and Westerners. Indian authors like, Raja Rao, R.K. Narayan, Amitav Ghosh, V.S. Naipaul, Manohar Malgonkar, Salman Rushdie, Jhumpa Lahiri, Girish Karnad, Aravind Adiga, Kiran Desai, Kamala Markanadaya, and their texts have been studied herein. This collection will, hopefully, prove useful to teachers and researchers and find a place on the shelves of the libraries the world over.< Less
The Petit Albert, English Edition By Edmund Kelly
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The Petit Albert is possibly one of the most notorious Grimoires of all time. Originally compiled in French in the 18th century. It was brought down to the smallest hamlets in the saddlebags of... More > peddlers and represents a phenomenal publishing success, despite its association with "devil worshippers" and the negative reaction of the Catholic Church being assimilated to black magic. Within this Grimoire is natural and cabalistic magick, drawing from the prior work of Paracelsus and Agrippa among other unknown authors, and possibly inspired by the writings of Albertus Parvus Lucius. Edited and translated into English by Edmund Kelly The Petit Albert is the little book of SECRETS that holds its place in occult literature.< Less
English for MBA Students By Morteza Bakhtiarvand et al.
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The aim of this book is not only to help you develop your command of English in this field but also enlarge your knowledge of MBA and its specializations. But because MBA specializations are beyond... More > the scope of an introductory book like this the authors have just made their best to select a few worldwide known specializations of MBA to study other branches of MBA including Computer Systems MBA, eBusiness MBA, leadership MBA, Operations MBA, Criminal Justice MBA, Entrepreneurship MBA, and the like the reader might be in urgent need of studying other sources. However, in the introductory part of this text book some of the specializations of MBA which are not elaborated in the book are just introduced. So the readers may find themselves interested in these MBA specializations.< Less
THE WILL New Testament (Greek to English) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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THE WILL New Testament (Greek to English) is a translation of THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT, 4th Revised Edition (1998 Printing), with the permission of the German Bible Society. Words in bold letters are... More > transliterations. Words in italics are supplied by the Translator. Words in bold italics are new words introduced to the English language some of which are new transliterations. Second person singular personal pronoun is specified - thou is in the nominative; thy or of thee - genitive or possessive; to/for thee - dative; and thee – accusative. Words in parenthesis are supplied by the United Bible Societies adopted by the author. Names of persons are written in Greek spelling. Concordance/References are supplied. Table of Contents summarizes the New Testament with the number of Greek and English words used. Appendices include new translations, transliterations, and name index. Greek words are plainly translated into English in accordance with both the Greek and English grammar. (International Edition)< Less
THE WILL New Testament (Greek to English) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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THE WILL New Testament (Greek to English) is a translation of THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT, 4th Revised Edition (1998 Printing), with the permission of the German Bible Society. Words in bold letters are... More > transliterations. Words in italics are supplied by the Translator. Words in bold italics are new words introduced to the English language some of which are new transliterations. Second person singular personal pronoun is specified - thou is in the nominative; thy or of thee - genitive or possessive; to/for thee - dative; and thee – accusative. Words in parenthesis are supplied by the United Bible Societies adopted by the author. Names of persons are written in Greek spelling. Concordance/References are supplied. Table of Contents summarizes the New Testament with the number of Greek and English words used. Appendices include new translations, transliterations, and name index. Greek words are plainly translated into English in accordance with both the Greek and English grammar. (International Edition)< Less
Western English Criticism (1) By RUSHIKESH UPADHYAY
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This book systematically discusses the critical concepts and theories of Plato and his disciple Aristotle. The book is very helpful for the students of literature as it demonstrates an imitable model... More > for presentation or explanation of a critical concept or theory. Each point starts with a brief introduction of the critic. Then comes the discussion of the major issues supported by various arguments and examples. The author has painstakingly elaborated some important quotations of the same critic as well as the others. In the first section, Plato's charges against poetry and his own concept of poetry are discussed at length. In the second section, Aristotle's defense of poetry is presented. In the third section, the Aristotelian theory of Tragedy is dealt with due considerations. All the aspects of this theory are presented with appropriate quotations and examples. The definition of Tragedy, along with all its constituents – plot, character, thought, diction, song and spectacle, is elaborately put forth.< Less
English Embroidered Bookbindings By Cyril Davenport
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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: Alfred William Pollard (14 August 1859 – 8 March 1944) was... More > an English bibliographer, widely credited for bringing a higher level of scholarly rigor to the study of Shakespearean texts.Pollard was educated at King's College School in London and St John's College at the University of Oxford. He joined the staff of the British Museum in 1883, as assistant in the Department of Printed Books; he was promoted to Assistant Keeper in 1909, and Keeper in 1919. In the latter year, Pollard was appointed Professor of English Bibliography at the University of London. He was Honorary Secretary of the Bibliographical Society from 1893 to 1934 and edited the Society's journal The Library for thirty years (1903–34). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_W._Pollard< Less

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