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The Arrival of The Fittest: How The Great Become Great By Bill Dorris
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The Arrival of The Fittest is written in an almost storylike manner with extensive biographical accounts from the lives of, eg, Einstein, Elvis, Mozart, Monet, Marilyn Monroe, Hitchcock, Woody... More > Guthrie, and others. These biographical accounts are woven into a much larger story – one which provides the first comprehensive analysis of how everything from genetics to cultural crises affects the development of anyone – from Elvis to Einstein – who eventually becomes a ‘great’. Endorsements of Arrival from major academics are provided on the "Preview" link below.< Less
The Arrival of The Fittest: How The Great Become Great By Bill Dorris
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The Arrival of The Fittest is written in an almost storylike manner with extensive biographical accounts from the lives of, eg, Einstein, Elvis, Mozart, Monet, Marilyn Monroe, Hitchcock, Woody... More > Guthrie, and others. These biographical accounts are woven into a much larger story – one which provides the first comprehensive analysis of how everything from genetics to cultural crises affects the development of anyone – from Elvis to Einstein – who eventually becomes a ‘great’. Endorsements of Arrival from major academics are provided on the "Preview" link below.< Less
The Arrival of The Fittest: How The Great Become Great By Bill Dorris
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The Arrival of The Fittest is written in an almost storylike manner with extensive biographical accounts from the lives of, eg, Einstein, Elvis, Mozart, Monet, Marilyn Monroe, Hitchcock, Woody... More > Guthrie, and others. These biographical accounts are woven into a much larger story – one which provides the first comprehensive analysis of how everything from genetics to cultural crises affects the development of anyone – from Elvis to Einstein – who eventually becomes a ‘great’. Endorsements of Arrival from major academics are provided on the "Preview" link below.< Less
The Arrival of The Fittest: How The Great Become Great By Bill Dorris
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The Arrival of The Fittest is written in an almost storylike manner with extensive biographical accounts from the lives of, eg, Einstein, Elvis, Mozart, Monet, Marilyn Monroe, Hitchcock, Woody... More > Guthrie, and others. These biographical accounts are woven into a much larger story – one which provides the first comprehensive analysis of how everything from genetics to cultural crises affects the development of anyone – from Elvis to Einstein – who eventually becomes a ‘great’. Endorsements of Arrival from major academics are provided on the "Preview" link below.< Less
Sing to a Donkey By S.C. MacDorman
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Aliens abduct a goth garden gnome, sparking an intergalactic battle of boxcar dwelling hobos versus the IRS.
The Naked Boy Part 3 By Daniel Duford
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The Naked Boy continues on his westward journey in the penultimate chapter of this American epic. The Naked Boy and his new friend Frank the Bum meet Big Man and the last of his tribe. They join... More > together to face off in a last stand against The Boy General. Meanwhile, all the characters in this birth of the nation story move inexorably west for a final collision on the other side of the mountains.< Less
Theo and Ria By Katherine Nora
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   Theo meets Ria in 1939, at summer camp on Cape Cod. One day Ria finds an historic bronze medallion given by English settlers to the Indians who helped them. She gives it to... More > Theo’s friend Casco, a hermit who lives in a wigwam in the woods. Casco has run away from civilization to live like his ancestors, the Indian tribe who once occupied the area. When Theo finds Casco dead, apparently murdered, and the medallion missing, he buries his friend there in the woods, then hides in the wigwam, trying to piece together what happened.  The mystery of Casco’s death becomes the enduring theme of Theo and Ria's friendship as the years go by. Searching for Casco’s murderer leads them through the Cape’s Indian and Pilgrim past, into the world of art and antiquities, and ultimately to some shocking revelations. < Less
The Midlife Crisis B & B: A Marginally Exaggerated Account of a Gypsy Innkeeper's Life By Gregg M. Pasterick
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Life is hard enough as it is, but to throw in a cliché, just when you think you’ve gotten the hang of things, is just plain mean. Suffering a pretty profound cliché ourselves,... More > my wife and I came up with a plan: We would become gypsy innkeepers, working at bed and breakfasts around the country, seeing what a grand and glorious land we live in, reading Jack Kerouac, singing Woody Guthrie songs, and earning our keep along the way.< Less
The Midlife Crisis B & B: A Marginally Exaggerated Account of a Gypsy Innkeeper's Life By Gregg M. Pasterick
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Life is hard enough as it is, but to throw in a cliché, just when you think you’ve gotten the hang of things, is just plain mean. Suffering a pretty profound cliché ourselves,... More > my wife and I came up with a plan: We would become gypsy innkeepers, working at bed and breakfasts around the country, seeing what a grand and glorious land we live in, reading Jack Kerouac, singing Woody Guthrie songs, and earning our keep along the way.< Less
The Funniest People in Music, Volume 2: 250 Anecdotes By David Bruce
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Print edition. This book contains 250 anecdotes about music, including this one: Woody Guthrie taught fellow folksinger Pete Seeger the art of busking—getting money for playing music in a bar.... More > Here is what you do: Go into a bar with your guitar strapped ostentatiously on your back. Buy a beer for a nickel and sip it slowly. Soon, someone will ask about the guitar, “Can you play that thing?” Say, not too eagerly, “Maybe, a little.” A little later, someone will say, “Kid, I’ve got a quarter for you if you pick us a tune.” “Then,” Mr. Guthrie would conclude, “you play your best song.” Mr. Seeger did a lot of busking during his traveling days.< Less