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drift By Cyril Makoff, et al
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Drift is the first anthology from Octavo – a group of poets who meet regularly. Originally made up of eight people, the group has evolved dynamically to allow each member’s unique... More > voice. A representative selection of poems that can be read for free is available at the touch of the book preview key.< Less
cb: Remembrances By Conrad A. Balliet
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Conrad A. Balliet: son of Conrad Sr. and Clara Snyder Balliet, husband of Marion Wilson Balliet, father of Jean, Eddie, Karen, and Paul, grampa of Clara June Balliet. One-time school bus driver,... More > painter, paperhanger, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant, student, high school teacher, college professor, scholar, world wanderer, friend, gentle man farmer, drunk, curmudgeon, codger, pilot, writer, and so on. He records here his Remembrances of his life and times. Herein find cb's Remembrances of his times as a child, husband, father, friend, professor of poetry, travel agent and such, recorded for his family and friends and anyone else interested. The writing also includes his favorite lines of poetry, a few insights, and a brief account of what he has learned in his life so far.< Less
cb: Remembrances By Conrad A. Balliet
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Conrad A. Balliet: son of Conrad Sr. and Clara Snyder Balliet, husband of Marion Wilson Balliet, father of Jean, Eddie, Karen, and Paul, grampa of Clara June Balliet. One-time school bus driver,... More > painter, paperhanger, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant, student, high school teacher, college professor, scholar, world wanderer, friend, gentle man farmer, drunk, curmudgeon, codger, pilot, writer, and so on. He records here his Remembrances of his life and times. Herein find cb's Remembrances of his times as a child, husband, father, friend, professor of poetry, travel agent and such, recorded for his family and friends and anyone else interested. The writing also includes his favorite lines of poetry, a few insights, and a brief account of what he has learned in his life so far.< Less
cb: Remembrances By Conrad A. Balliet
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Conrad A. Balliet: son of Conrad Sr. and Clara Snyder Balliet, husband of Marion Wilson Balliet, father of Jean, Eddie, Karen, and Paul, grampa of Clara June Balliet. One-time school bus driver,... More > painter, paperhanger, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant, student, high school teacher, college professor, scholar, world wanderer, friend, gentle man farmer, drunk, curmudgeon, codger, pilot, writer, and so on. He records here his Remembrances of his life and times. Herein find cb's Remembrances of his times as a child, husband, father, friend, professor of poetry, travel agent and such, recorded for his family and friends and anyone else interested. The writing also includes his favorite lines of poetry, a few insights, and a brief account of what he has learned in his life so far.< Less
cb: Remembrances By Conrad A. Balliet
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Conrad A. Balliet: son of Conrad Sr. and Clara Snyder Balliet, husband of Marion Wilson Balliet, father of Jean, Eddie, Karen, and Paul, grampa of Clara June Balliet. One-time school bus driver,... More > painter, paperhanger, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant, student, high school teacher, college professor, scholar, world wanderer, friend, gentle man farmer, drunk, curmudgeon, codger, pilot, writer, and so on. He records here his Remembrances of his life and times. Herein find cb's Remembrances of his times as a child, husband, father, friend, professor of poetry, travel agent and such, recorded for his family and friends and anyone else interested. The writing also includes his favorite lines of poetry, a few insights, and a brief account of what he has learned in his life so far.< Less
Around the World in 80 Days By Jules Verne
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‘You are a Frenchman, I believe,’ asked Phileas Fogg,‘and your name is John?’ ‘Jean, if monsieur pleases,’ replied the newcomer, ‘Jean Passepartout, a... More > surname which has clung to me because I have a natural aptness for going out of one business into another. I believe I’m honest, monsieur, but, to be outspoken, I’ve had several trades. I’ve been an itinerant singer, a circus-rider, when I used to vault like Leotard, and dance on a rope like Blondin. Then I got to be a professor of gymnastics, so as to make better use of my talents; and then I was a sergeant fireman at Paris, and assisted at many a big fire. But I quitted France five years ago, and, wishing to taste the sweets of domestic life, took service as a valet here in England. Finding myself out of place, and hearing that Monsieur Phileas Fogg was the most exact and settled gentleman in the United Kingdom, I have come to monsieur in the hope of living with him a tranquil life, and forgetting even the name of Passepartout.’< Less