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Author: Jack London
First published in 1913, John Barleycorn is an intensely moving work by one of America's finest writers, and is considered to be the first intelligent literary treatise on alcohol in American literature.
A short story collection first published in 1904. A Relic of the Pliocene, A Hyperborean Brew, The Faith of Men, Too Much Gold, The One Thousand Dozen,The Mar...
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Set in San Francisco, this is the story of Martin Eden, an impoverished seaman who pursues, obsessively and aggressively, dreams of education and literary fam...
Wolf Larsen, the captain of The Ghost, is considered a cruel and repelling man, but he also possesses a certain magnetism that draws one near.
The adventure in the wild Yukon by dog kidnapped and sold to sledders is one not to be missed. White Fang, performed by John Ritter is action-packed, and as r...
In February 1978, when the flawless Gia Carangi arrived in New York at the age of barely eighteen, she had already landed a contract with one of the most pres...
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Buddhadasa Bhikku (1906-1993) is one of the most important Buddhist teachers of the twentieth century. As the meditation master of Suan Mokkh Meditation Cent...
The author and his small dog go on a hike near Black Mountain (NC, USA) on a nice day in June of 2004. However, sullen thoughts concerning his crumbling first...
This autobiography includes the tragic death of her father along with the death of her baby girl, Whitley Reese.