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Seventh Grade Writing By Noelle Dugan
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This is a book about Noelle's Writing life in Seventh grade. This has a short story and much much more! She loves to swim, play, and just hang out
your guide to reading and writing ancient egyptian By kareim badwy
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this is a guide to reading and wrting ancient egyptian hieroglyphs. this is a bunch of documents written in a system called A.E.L (ancient egyptian learning). if you want to burst your knowlege about... More > the ancient egyptian language then this is the book to get.< Less
your guide to reading and writing ancient egyptian By kareim badwy
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this is a guide to reading and wrting ancient egyptian hieroglyphs. this is a bunch of documents written in a system called A.E.L (ancient egyptian learning). if you want to burst your knowlege about... More > the ancient egyptian language then this is the book to get.< Less
Ravenshoe By Henry Kingsley
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Ravenshoe "Ravenshoe" was Henry Kingsley's second novel, and it was published in 1862, when its author was thirty-two years old. It will always rank with "Geoffry Hamlyn" as Henry... More > Kingsley's best work. These two books were their author's favourites among his own novels, and Charles Ravenshoe was one of his two favourite characters. It has been said that "Ravenshoe" is "alive--the expression of a man who worked both with heart and brain," and few would care to dispute that opinion. For study of character, wide charity of outlook, brilliant descriptive writing--as, for instance, in the charge at Balaclava, and real, not mawkish, pathos--as in the hopeless misery of Charles, invalided, with only eighteen shillings, out of the army--"Ravenshoe" will always deserve to be read. It is the work of a writer who was not ashamed to avow himself an "optimist."< Less
The Lion's Skin By Rafael Sabatini
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Mr. Caryll, lately from Rome, stood by the window, looking out over the rainswept, steaming quays to Notre Dame on the island yonder. Overhead rolled and crackled the artillery of an April... More > thunderstorm, and Mr. Caryll, looking out upon Paris in her shroud of rain, under her pall of thundercloud, felt himself at harmony with Nature. Over his heart, too, the gloom of storm was lowering, just as in his heart it was still little more than April time. Behind him, in that chamber furnished in dark oak and leather of a reign or two ago, sat Sir Richard Everard at a vast writing-table all a-litter with books and papers; and Sir Richard watched his adoptive son with fierce, melancholy eyes, watched him until he grew impatient of this pause. "Well?" demanded the old baronet harshly. "Will you undertake it, Justin, now that the chance has come?" And he added: "You'll never hesitate if you are the man I have sought to make you."< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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