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Plays By Eugene L. Shvarts
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This book includes three of the most popular plays of the late Russian playwright Eugene L. Shvarts. Like, for example, his contemporary - late Czech playwright Karel Capek, he is considered... More > worldwide to be the author of classical pieces. It means that his plays (the best of them) are having double lives: one-in time of their appearance, and another in our time (or any time in the future, when they still wouldn't be obsolete and forgotten). The three plays included in this book - Dragon, Shadow, Ordinary Miracle. The author of translation - Anna V. Epelbaum is happy to have an opportunity to give English reading audiences the great pleasure to become familiar with the inheritance of Eugene L. Shvarts. Read, enjoy, and be grateful to the translator.< Less
Plays By Eugene L. Shvarts
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This book includes three of the most popular plays of the late Russian playwright Eugene L. Shvarts. Like, for example, his contemporary - late Czech playwright Karel Capek, he is considered... More > worldwide to be the author of classical pieces. It means that his plays (the best of them) are having double lives: one-in time of their appearance, and another in our time (or any time in the future, when they still wouldn't be obsolete and forgotten). The three plays included in this book - Dragon, Shadow, Ordinary Miracle. The author of translation - Anna V. Epelbaum is happy to have an opportunity to give English reading audiences the great pleasure to become familiar with the inheritance of Eugene L. Shvarts. Read, enjoy, and be grateful to the translator.< Less
Radio Classics By Joe Doran
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These original radio plays and adaptations of classics make for enjoyable reading or performing. Works include Rappaccini's Daughter, A Christmas Carol and Bartleby the Scrivener, plus an original... More > radio play about the kid who invented television, Philo Farnesworth.< Less
Radio Classics By Joe Doran
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These original radio plays and adaptations of classics make for enjoyable reading or performing. Works include Rappaccini's Daughter, A Christmas Carol and Bartleby the Scrivener, plus an original... More > radio play about the kid who invented television, Philo Farnesworth.< Less
Not Quite Classics By Paul Moran
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Not Quite Classics is a full color catalog of whimsical works of literature. Readers of all ages will chuckle along as they read the entertaining plot summaries and reviews of such would-be... More > classics as David Coppertone, The Call of the Mild, Scents and Sensibility, Larry Potter And The House of Detention, Jane Hair and nearly two dozen other improbable novels. Each story is paired with appropriately preposterous cover art. English students and other literary types who attempt to “flip through the pages just for the fun of it”, as the author suggests, may instead find themselves stopping to speculate on the true meaning of L.B.S. Eliot’s The Waist Land, the cause of the sudden divorce between Mister Darcy and Elizabeth, or the symbolism behind Captain Mallard’s search for that great yellow sea beast Moby Duck. A playful introduction clearly demonstrates there’s fun inside, and each subsequent page provides evidence that “life doesn’t always have to be lived so seriously.”< Less
Not Quite Classics By Paul Moran
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Not Quite Classics is a full color catalog of whimsical works of literature. Readers of all ages will chuckle along as they read the entertaining plot summaries and reviews of such would-be... More > classics as David Coppertone, The Call of the Mild, Scents and Sensibility, Larry Potter And The House of Detention, Jane Hair and nearly two dozen other improbable novels. Each story is paired with appropriately preposterous cover art. English students and other literary types who attempt to “flip through the pages just for the fun of it”, as the author suggests, may instead find themselves stopping to speculate on the true meaning of L.B.S. Eliot’s The Waist Land, the cause of the sudden divorce between Mister Darcy and Elizabeth, or the symbolism behind Captain Mallard’s search for that great yellow sea beast Moby Duck. A playful introduction clearly demonstrates there’s fun inside, and each subsequent page provides evidence that “life doesn’t always have to be lived so seriously.”< Less
Frontier Zone. The Role Playing Game Of The Future. (Classic Edition.) By Stuart Sexton
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In the 22nd Century, a new frontier begs to be explored. But life in the United Systems Alliance Frontier Zone is dangerous. The United Systems Navy patrols the Zone as best as is possible, but the... More > Seven Fleets are spread way too thinly. What's more, there are the Mordum Hegemony and the Shardon Empire to worry about. Danger and excitement go hand-in-hand in The Frontier Zone. This is the classic edition, with all of the original artwork.< Less
Iron Falcon Rules for Classic Fantasy Role-Playing (Paperback) By Chris Gonnerman
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The earliest fantasy campaigns grew directly out of wargames. There was a point in the development of the first commercial role-playing game when the rules shed most of their wargame roots and... More > assumed a form familiar to generations of players to come. Iron Falcon aims to be that game, reproducing its mechanics and style in all its raw and innovative glory, as it was before the advent of more "advanced" rules.< Less
Iron Falcon Rules for Classic Fantasy Role-Playing (Hardback) By Chris Gonnerman
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The earliest fantasy campaigns grew directly out of wargames. There was a point in the development of the first commercial role-playing game when the rules shed most of their wargame roots and... More > assumed a form familiar to generations of players to come. Iron Falcon aims to be that game, reproducing its mechanics and style in all its raw and innovative glory, as it was before the advent of more "advanced" rules.< Less
4 Plays By Eugene O'neill
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Eugene Gladstone O'Neill (October 16, 1888 – November 27, 1953) was an American playwright and Nobel laureate in Literature. His poetically titled plays were among the first to introduce into... More > American drama techniques of realism< Less