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Collected poems

Collected poems

John Keats | Humanities and Arts
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Published: Feb 2012
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Pages: 180

The 1882 collection of the poetry of John Keats.

Notes on Life and Letters

Notes on Life and Letters

Joseph. Conrad | Humanities and Arts
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Published: Feb 2012
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Pages: 145

Twenty-six essays in Notes on Life and Letters (1921) present a kaleidoscopic view of Joseph Conrad's literary views and interest in the events of his day, including the Titanic disaster and First World War.


The Castle

The Castle

Franz Kafka | Humanities and Arts
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Published: Feb 2012
Downloads: 2365
Pages: 238

In The Castle, Kafka goes beyond the absurd world he describes in The Trial and tries to find an explanation or some form of hope. The Castle tells the story of a character named K., who arrives in a town because he has been appointed the Land Surveyor to the castle in the town. However, K. finds...

Women in the fine arts from 7 to 20th Century

Women in the fine arts from 7 to 20th Century

Clara Erskine Clement | Humanities and Arts
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Published: Feb 2012
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Pages: 236

In studying the subject of this book I have found the names of more than a thousand women whose attainments in the Fine Arts--in various countries and at different periods of time before the middle of the nineteenth century--entitle them to honorable mention as artists, and I doubt not that an...

Notes from the Underground

Notes from the Underground

Fyodor Dostoevsky | Fiction
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Published: Aug 2010
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Pages: 88

Dostoevsky's Notes from the Underground is a psychological study of the deepest darkest skeletons in the closet of the human mind.

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