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Widely regarded as one of the most elegant stylists of English prose, Joseph Conrad set many of his works of fiction on boats and ships at sea. The Rescue is the last in a series of texts in which Conrad fictionalized his own life experiences as a...
Joseph Conrad's The Rescue (1920) is set in the islands of south-east Asia. A European, Captain Tom Lingard, meddles with the natives and tries to bring a Malay prince back to power. Things change drastically when an English pleasure yacht is...
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This early work by G. K. Chesterton was originally published in 1903. Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London in 1874. 'The Well and the Shallows' is one of Chesterton's works of fiction. He studied at the Slade School of Art, and upon graduating...
In the wake of an unthinkable tragedy, Conan and Bêlit find their bond buckling under an enormous strain. When Bêlit returns to her childhood home, what she discovers in the sands of Shem could separate her from Conan forever. Conan then seeks...sob encomenda
In the wake of an unthinkable tragedy, Conan and Belit find their bond buckling under an enormous strain. When Belit returns to her childhood home, what she discovers in the sands of Shem could separate her from Conan forever. Conan then seeks...sob encomenda
Armed with a bottle of Milk Thistle and unshakeable optimism, Nick Valentine has spent most of his adult life in fifth gear, betting on a Royal Flush while covertly holding a pair of deuces. This is his story, the odyssey of a suburban bloke who has...
Expanding on his provocative Atlantic Monthly article, 'Is Google Making Us Stupid?,' technology writer Carr (The Big Switch) provides a deep, enlightening examination of how the Internet influences the brain and its neural pathways. Computers have...