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  • Vindicating Shakespeare: A Theater Director's Study of William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

    by Stephen Byk
    Professional theatre director and educator, Stephen Byk uses methods specifically designed and developed by theatre artists and theorists in this investigative analysis of Shakespeare's work. Vindicating Shakespeare approaches the play as a work of theatre art to be performed, not as a static literary artifact. With a running commentary as to how the play must have appeared to the Elizabethan audience, the play and characters come alive through deep, psychological insights into character motivat... more
  • Thoughts in Traffic

    by Aramide Salako
    Thoughts in Traffic is a book of thoughts, expanded from quotes to philosophical notes, essays, Shakespearean poems, noetic, and intellectual discourses. You also get to read the Author's: Letter to the World-beater; Letter to the Nigerian Citizenry, Letter to Top CEOs on LinkedIn, Letter to Elon Musk, and even a LETTER TO GOD!
  • Cherez Goroda k Sebe (Russian Edition)

    by Ekaterina Yakovina
    The book of recollections about a several cities with which the author's life is closely connected. Majestic St. Petersburg and beautiful village of the childhood. The book will be interested to the readers who see poetry in every moment of life. The book contains illustrations.
  • Deciphering Shakespeare's Plays: A Practical Guide to the Twenty Best-Known and Enduring Works

    by Cynthia Greenwood
    Deciphering Shakespeare's Plays brings William Shakespeare's 400-year-old dramas alive in a new introduction for students, playgoers, and general readers. The book doesn't just dissect great soliloquies on the page -- it illuminates the essence and experience of the Shakespearean spoken word. It also brings you closer to the heady, behind-the-scenes world of freelance playwriting and the London theatre scene of the 1590s. It lends insight into decisions that theatre people make while acting and ... more
  • Five quick tips for assignment solving?

    by Sasha banks
    An assignment is a critical part of marks, so you must have to write it with full accuracy in order to fetch good marks. Assignment writing is considered to be a hard job. But nothing is impossible when you put all your efforts and time into it. Whether you are in school or a college-going student, you're never too late to improve your writing skills. It is said that there are some key tips to guide you on how to write an Assignment Help<... more
  • Be Bold! Be Brave!: 11 Latinas who made U.S. History (English and Spanish Edition)

    by Naibe Reynoso
    “Be Bold! Be Brave! 11 American Latinas who made U.S. History”, “Sé Audaz! Sé Valiente!: 11 Latinas que hicieron historia en los Estados Unidos” is a bilingual book that highlights 11 Latinas who excelled in their professions and made U.S. History by accomplishing something that hadn’t been done before in various fields including medicine, science, sports, art and politics. By presenting the true biographical stories of these outstanding Latinas in rhyming verses, young readers will easily follo... more
  • The Madame's Business: The remarkable life and tragic death of Malvina Guimaraes

    by Ann Callaghan Allen
    This is the true story of a 19th century woman from rural Upstate New York who defied contemporary gender roles to amass a fortune, only to see it threatened by an unscrupulous husband. Malvina Guimaraes introduced the sewing machine, then a new and transformative device for women, to the South American market at a time when women rarely ventured beyond their homes. She was deceived and abused by her third husband who had 19th century law and conventional thinking on his side. The battle for co... more
  • Mama Tingo

    by Raynelda A. Calderon
    Mama Tingo was born on November 8, 1921 in the Dominican Republic. She was the leader of a group of farmers whose lands wanted to be taken from them. The inspiring story of this courageous peasant woman who didn't know how to read and write is meant to inspire children to be their own brave selves.
  • Little Giants: 10 Hispanic Women Who Made History

    by Raynelda A. Calderon

    Short collection of biographies about 10 Hispanic women and the impact they made in the world. 

  • The Music Man: Our Rootin' Tootin' Hero

    by Jennifer Antonik
    Have you ever heard a trombone in action? How about a guitar? Do you know what they look like or how young must you be to play in a band? What is a band? Follow a hometown hero’s path to a new passion. Joe was a Texas-born United States veteran who traveled the world. He was brave in his own right and finding himself in need of something to do when he retired in Delaware… both times! His passion for music played a recurring tune – he really wanted to play his instruments. It made him happy! Ther... more

    by Deb Elkink
    Everyone loves a riddle, and late-Victorian British writer G. K. Chesterton was a jester extraordinaire who left us with a large body of work ripe for interpretation. He used metaphor, allusion, and paradox to infuse his fiction with hidden theological meaning. Through intimate biography and lively literary analysis, Roots and Branches reveals the underlying message of Chesterton’s religious convictions. Deb Elkink (award-winning novelist, The Third Grace) focuses on the single image of the ... more
  • Vastu Shastra and Comic Energy For Daily Life

    by Keshava Raya
    Vastu is a traditional Indian system in ancient Hindu where it among the oldest literary known from early Before Christ (BC). The word Vastu means to dwell which describes principles of design, layout, measurements, ground preparation, space arrangement, spatial and building. Vastu Shastra is the literary piece of Vastu Vidya. Vastu Shastra is the art of building houses, temples, towns and cities, and country. Vastu Shastra, a refined blend of Hindu shows made as a workmanship, dismembered as... more
  • Mission to China

    by John Holliday
    The early 19th-century was a time of great change in English society. The growth of Humanism brought debates about slavery, workers’ rights and suffrage, while Britain’s determination to build an empire offered ambitious young men the chance to make their mark. Against this backdrop, 19-year-old Walter Medhurst was finding his way in the world, becoming an apprentice printer when family financial problems forced an abrupt end to his studies at the prestigious St Paul’s school. A chance encounte... more
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    by Stainless Shapes
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    by Simon Morrell
    Bringing the award winning true stories 'From Bullied to Black Belt' its sequel 'An Everyday Warrior' and the all new 'My Fear, Your Fear,' British Warrior tells of the incredible struggles and important victories one man faced. Battered and bullied as a child and violently assaulted as a grown man, the author fell to agoraphobia, panic attacks and alcohol abuse. He was though, able to overcome with the love of his life Julie, who urged him to stand up for himself which he did through Martial A... more