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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.
A group of British tourists head out on a sea voyage from London to South America, and shy Rachel begins her own journey of self-discovery.
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The lives of Katherine Hilbery and Mary Cuchet are very different as each woman experiences love, marriage, and prosperity.
This is a book of biographical fiction. Parts of it are true while other parts are completely fictionalized. It is about an emotionally fragile, clinically de...
A charming and deeply spiritual book charting a journalist's search for stories of transformative encounters with the mysterious Green Lady, guardian of the f...
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This is the journey of a mixed skin Nigerian raised in a dysfunctional home. Misguided and yearning for acceptance from society and his mediocre parents. Nola...
For young Mary, life was like a roller coaster. The bumpy ride blurred her vision and dreams, but she was not taken aback by them. When her father's fate chan...