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SAM BACKHOUSE'S BIG BOOK OF RANDOM CRAP. By Sam Backhouse
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SAM BACKHOUSE'S BIG BOOK OF RANDOM CRAP (BOOK ONE)... This book contains every little book of Random Crap (books 1-7) created from June or July 2012 to November 2013 all in one monster of a book.... More > The book contains comic strips, short stories, poems, doodles, childhood drawings, fake adverts, crowd scenes, crap jokes, crap puzzles, experimental comic strip pages and lots more... This book would make an ideal present for anyone who loves comics and British humour. The main characters I draw include L'il Shrimp, Gobby the boy who never stops talking, Peter the Pissed off Parent, Longface (the boy with the stretchy body), Mister Mad, Rude Dog, Pissed off Snowman, Eric Rose and his big nose, Professor Amazing, Supermarketman, Me (occasionally!) and lots of one off characters... Unfortunately due to certain explicit imagery within the book it is unsuitable for children. I give the book a certificate of 15 much like a film! www.sambackhouse.co.uk Book trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgUgXN_dA4k< Less
Jane Eyre By CHARLOTTE BRONTË
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CHARLOTTE BRONTË Jane Eyre Charlotte Brontë was born at Thornton, Yorkshire, England, on the 21st of April, 1816, of Irish and Cornish stock. By reason of her father's manner of living, she... More > was utterly deprived of all companions of her own age. She therefore lived in a little world of her own, and by the time she was thirteen years of age, it had become her constant habit, and one of her few pleasures, to weave imaginary tales, idealising her favorite historical heroes, and setting forth in narrative form her own thoughts and feelings. Both Charlotte and her sisters Emily and Anne early found refuge in their habits of composition, and about 1845 made their first literary venture--a small volume of poems. This was not successful, but the authors were encouraged to make a further trial, and each began to prepare a prose tale. "Jane Eyre," perhaps the most poignant love-story in the English tongue, was published on October 16, 1847. Its title ran: "Jane Eyre: an Autobiography.< Less
Big Book of Random Crap Book One (With ISBN) By Sam Backhouse
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SAM BACKHOUSE'S BIG BOOK OF RANDOM CRAP Book One (2nd edition with added ISBN Number which I accidentally forgot to add on first edition. Another alteration is the spine font is different than the... More > original). This book contains every little book of Random Crap (books 1-7) created from June or July 2012 to November 2013 all in one monster of a book. The book contains comic strips, short stories, poems, doodles, childhood drawings, fake adverts, crowd scenes, crap jokes, crap puzzles, experimental comic strip pages and lots more... This book would make an ideal present for anyone who loves comics and British humour. The main characters I draw include L'il Shrimp, Gobby the boy who never stops talking, Peter the Pissed off Parent, Longface (the boy with the stretchy body), Mister Mad, Rude Dog, Pissed off Snowman, Eric Rose and his big nose, Professor Amazing, Supermarketman, Me (occasionally!) and lots of one off characters... Unsuitable for children. www.sambackhouse.com< Less
The Japanese Spirit By Yoshisaburo Okakura
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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: George Meredith, OM (12 February 1828 – 18 May 1909) was an... More > English novelist and poet of the Victorian era.Meredith was born in Portsmouth, England, a son and grandson of naval outfitters. His mother died when he was five. At the age of 14 he was sent to a Moravian School in Neuwied, Germany, where he remained for two years. He read law and was articled as a solicitor, but abandoned that profession for journalism and poetry. He collaborated with Edward Gryffydh Peacock, son of Thomas Love Peacock in publishing a privately circulated literary magazine, the Monthly Observer. He married Edward Peacock's widowed sister Mary Ellen Nicolls in 1849 when he was twenty-one years old and she was twenty-eight.Meredith collected his early writings, first published in periodicals, in an 1851 volume, Poems. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Meredith< Less
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شعر وخواطر نثرية By محمد النوباني
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Its a poetry book Arabian poems and poetry plays about love and life
Latidos del Corazón By Julie Pujol-Karel
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Collection of love and romantic poetry.
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The Sun in the Porthole By Vladimir Shchanov
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Each of us has our own song. Each of us has a poem in your heart... And we carry these verses in their hearts...but one day they asked us to write them down on paper...So we write them on paper...but... More > not all poems fit into the book. My poems are very strange, they are in a relationship with so-called "blank verse"...but not so much blank, so they didn't show in white paper..from 1979 to 2006...< Less
Maya's veil By Adriana Zanese Inserra
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SEMIFINALIST IN THE LITERARY COMPETITION "IL MIO ESORDIO" POESIA 2102 - Maya’s veil - love and dissent poems. Like Maya’s veil is reality: shifting appearance. Maya is the... More > impossibility, for each one of us, to go back through the charming moments she gives in a sort of a treacherous deceit to us; the spellbound “coup de foudre” encounters, which remain crystallized in our memory’s time with fossil-like cruel beauty. Only at the cost of painful evocations they distil a little of their lost life for us.< Less