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Author: Henry Adams
Esther's principles of independence and self-education collide with Hazard's desire to steer her into submission as his wife and fellow believer.
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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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, t...
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...
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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...
The omission of a single character in the surname of her forbearers provokes transatlantic yearnings in already restless language teacher. Experimental syntax...