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Author: Henry Adams
First published anonymously in 1880, the mother of all (American) political novels is the story of Madeleine Lee, a young widow who comes to Washington, DC, to understand the workings of government.
Pulitzer Prize-winning critique of 19th Century educational theory and practice by the American writer and historian, Henry Adams(1838-1918), son of America...
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Esther's principles of independence and self-education collide with Hazard's desire to steer her into submission as his wife and fellow believer.
The story is about this guy called Tinashe who is the main protagonist who embarks on a journey in pursuit of happiness. Along his quest in search of happines...
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Richard Hunter's life has hit the buffers. Unemployed, divorced and estranged from his adult children, he returns from America to take up a teaching post in h...
From the inspiring author Harry Prince Inemeawaji, comes a tremendous novel exhibiting deceit, trust, love, power tussle, administration and investigation. Th...
The Bible is filled with long-haired prophets communing on mountain tops with God, and free souls running naked through the forest eating nuts and berries and...