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The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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Grahame’s reminiscences are notable for their conception “of a world where children are locked in perpetual warfare with the adult ‘Olympians’ who have wholly forgotten how it... More > feels to be young”--a theme later explored by J. M. Barrie and other authors. The Golden Age is a collection of reminiscences of childhood, written by Kenneth Grahame and first published in book form in 1895, by The Bodley Head in London and by Stone & Kimball in Chicago. The Prologue and six of the stories had previously appeared in the National Observer, the journal then edited by William Ernest Henley. Widely praised upon its first appearance – Algernon Charles Swinburne, writing in the Daily Chronicle, called it "one of the few books which are well-nigh too praiseworthy for praise" – the book has come to be regarded as a classic in its genre...< Less
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame & Ernest H. Shepard
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The adventures of five brothers and sisters growing up in rural England in the late nineteenth century. It was the great poet Swinburne who wrote of The Golden Age as "one of the few books which... More > are well-nigh too praiseworthy for praise. The art of writing adequately and receptively about children is among the rarest and most precious of all arts". In its pages, alive with memories of the author's boyhood, a troupe of clever and imaginative youngsters carry out their pranks and adventures, evoking youth for every reader. To illustrate these tender and mischievous reminiscences, there is a new series of drawings depicting the scenes and characters of the stories. These were made especially for this edition by Ernest H. Shepard, whose art reveals that rare duality of appeal to both youth and adult, to each of whom the classics of Kenneth Grahame are perennially addressed.< Less
The Golden Age By John Kackley
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It's 1901, and the British consul in Cordoba claims to have a time machine in his possession. The Stout Fellas are sent to investigate.
The Golden Age By John Kackley
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It's 1901, and the British consul in Cordoba claims to have a time machine in his possession. The Stout Fellas are sent to investigate.
Golden Age By Ben Loomis
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Golden Age By Ben Loomis
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The Golden Age By Noah Deuae
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Small book of poetry. Something for the eager mind. And the hungry mind. And the poem-eating mind. Within this book waits honesty, from the ground up. Honesty forged by people, places, moving from... More > place to place. And shape to shape. In any modern world poetry is dying to be released. It's trampled and swallowed up and ignored, but it's there, alive and well. All poems should strive to connect one person to another, and you could consider that the primary force working in this book. Mystery, as a law, explores itself here, and with any luck, you'll find a bit of yourself within it's pages. You could call this a.... "travel book".< Less
The Golden Age By Graziano Arici
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a book of portraits of actors, writers, directors, musicians from 1947 to 1977
Heroines of the Golden Age! By L. Livi & A. G. Ceglia
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"Heroines of the Golden Age" collects fully original pin-ups of Pulp and Golden Age female characters that are now in the Public Domain. Both an artwork collection and a coloring book... More > for long-time and new fans of old comics and novels, the book is a mix between a time killer and visual manual in which the readers takes action in first person… Serious fun for all!< Less
Golden Age Ghost Rider By Dick Ayers
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Presented here is a quality reproduction of the classic Ghost Rider comic book from the 1940's. The comic was created by the legendary Dick Ayers. Featured here are issues one, three, four, six,... More > seven, and ten. Issue four features Frank Frazetta's artwork. A must have for the comic collector, fans of the golden age of comics, and those curious about the true origins of the current Ghost Rider character.< Less

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