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Author: Virginia Woolf
The tale of Jacob Flanders, a lonely young man unable to reconcile his love of classical culture with the chaotic reality of World War I society, unfolds in a series of brief impressions and conversations, internal monologues, and letters.
Virginia Woolf's haunting first novel follows Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose and their young niece on a sea voyage from London to South America.
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Night and Day, Virginia Woolf's second novel, is both a love story and a social comedy in the tradition of Jane Austen; yet it also questions that tradition, ...
The Gospel of John tells us Jesus loved him and the Lord wept over the loss of his friend. What we cannot glean from the Gospels is how Jesus and Lazarus came...
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Daniel Defoe, author, diplomat, spy for the British government had a life almost as interesting as his books. This tale centers around his time in Scotland an...
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In this superbly-crafted historical fiction novel, first published in 2013, Dorset lad Tom Andrews escapes the hangman’s noose only to find himself shanghaied...
Michael, an artist charged with a crime he claims he didn’t commit and John, a self-confessed heroin smuggler are brought together in the primitive and over-c...