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The Mind Digger
The Mind Digger Sented by Steve Bark

The Mind Digger is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

The Road to the Aide Post
The Road to the Aide Post Sented by Steve Bark

In Belgium at two o'clock in the morning, an ambulance driver stepped out of his car and yawned. It had rained since the previous night and the world was very wet. But at last the west wind was victoriously pursuing the clouds, piling their disordered companies one upon another.

Among The Pathans
Among The Pathans Sented by Sarah Gerdes

When Jack Chetwynd dropped into the Bundar Cafe at Delhi one scorching afternoon in September of last year and informed me that we were ordered off to the Punjaub, I could have shouted for joy. I did not do it, though, for I well knew how scornfully Jack would regard any such demonstration.

The Flames
The Flames Sented by Steve Bark

The Flames is a science fiction novella by British writer and philosopher Olaf Stapledon. It was published by Secker and Warburg in 1947.

The Honored Prophet
The Honored Prophet Sented by Emma

The Honored Prophet is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

Of Time and Texas
Of Time and Texas Sented by Emma

Open the C. Cydwick Ohms Time Door, take but a single step, and... William Nolan introduces us to the capricious Time Door of Professor C. Cydwick Ohms, guaranteed to solve the accumulated problems of the world of the year 2057.

A Feast Of Demons
A Feast Of Demons Sented by Musa

A Feast Of Demons This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a contribution to the preservation and repair of original classic literature. In an attempt to preserve, improve and recreate the original content, we have worked towards: 1. Type-setting & Reformatting: The complete work has been re-designed via professional layout, formatting and type-setting tools to re-create the same edition with rich typography, graphics, high quality images, and table elements, giving our readers the feel of holding a 'fresh and newly' reprinted and/or revised edition, as opposed to other scanned & printed (Optical Character Recognition - OCR) reproductions.

The Huddlers
The Huddlers Sented by Luis

The Huddlers: He was a reporter from Venus with an assignment on Earth. He got his story but, against orders, he fell in love—and therein lies this story.

The Ties That Bind
The Ties That Bind Sented by Steve Bark

The Earth was green and quiet. Nature had survived Man, and Man had survived himself. Then, one day, the great silvery ships broke the tranquillity of the skies, bringing Man's twenty-thousand-year-lost inheritance back to Earth....

Together and Apart
Together and Apart Sented by Luis

Together and Apart was probably written in early 1925. It is one of a number of short stories by Virginia Woolf set at a party in the Westminster home of Richard and Clarissa Dalloway, the hosts of the central social event in her novelMrs Dalloway (1925).

String Quartet
String Quartet Sented by Sarah Gerdes

“A good deal of the secret of the charm of Mrs Woolf's shorter pieces consists in the immense disparity between the object and the train of feeling which it has set in motion. Mrs Woolf gives you the minutest datum, and leads you on to explore, quite consciously, the sequence of images and feelings which float away from it. The result is something which makes Walter Pater appear an unsophisticated rationalist, and the writing is often remarkable. The book is one of the most curious and interesting examples of a process of dissociation which in that direction, it would seem, cannot be exceeded.” T. S. Eliot

The Shooting Party
The Shooting Party Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This is a devastating and at times almost exaggerated critique of upper class society. The house and its occupants are ageing and falling apart. The slaughter of the pheasants is an apt metaphor for the privilege and waste of a landowning class which has outlived its purpose in society. And the mindless brutality of the Squire is a comic parody of the military tradition of which he is part.

The Searchlight
The Searchlight Sented by Rebecca

The mansion of the eighteenth century Earl had been changed in the twentieth century into a Club. And it was pleasant, after dining in the great room with the pillars and the chandeliers under a glare of light to go out on to the balcony overlooking the Park. The trees were in full leaf, and had there been a moon, one could have seen the pink and cream coloured cockades on the chestnut trees. But it was a moonless night; very warm, after a fine summer's day.

The Legacy
The Legacy Sented by Steve Bark

hen a wife dies and leaves her husband her diary, all is possible. In Gilbert Clandon's case, the legacy his wife leaves him is much more than he could ever have imagined.

Solid Objects
Solid Objects Sented by Daniel

Woolf was educated by her parents in their literate and well-connected household at 22 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington.

Monday or Tuesday
Monday or Tuesday Sented by Jacob

One of the most distinguished critics and innovative authors of the twentieth century, Virginia Woolf published two novels before this collection appeared in 1921. However, it was these early stories that first earned her a reputation as a writer with "the liveliest imagination and most delicate style of her time." Influenced by Joyce, Proust, and the theories of William James, Bergson, and Freud, she strove to write a new fiction that emphasized the continuous flow of consciousness, time's passage as both a series of sequential moments and a longer flow of years and centuries, and the essential indefinability of character.

In the Orchard
In the Orchard Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In the Orchard was written in 1923 – between the composition of Jacob’s Room (1922) and Mrs Dalloway (1925). It was first published in the magazineThe Criterion in April 1923 – edited by he friend and fellow Bloomsbury Group member T.S. Eliot.

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