A collection of reasonably-priced high-quality paperback editions of timeless works of literature
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Around The World In Eighty Days by Jules Verne
Candide by Voltaire
Heart Of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
The Hoosier School-Master by Edward Eggleston
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
The Song Of The Lark (1915) by Willa Cather
The Hoosier Schoolmaster... pictures the country school in which custom prescribed a constant warfare between the master and the big boys, the community spelling-school, the different forms of bigoted and illiterate preaching that were offered to the new settlers, the amusing attempts at formality in the proceedings of the courts, and other features of pioneer life as the author had seen them.... There is a great variety of characters who, while they are drawn pretty much in unshaded black and white, have enough truth to human nature to seem real. A sufficient humor pervades the whole, the action never drags and the book... deserves the great vogue it has had since its publication in 1871.
William B. Cairns.
The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)
A reasonably priced high-quality edition of Jules Verne's most well-known work.
- The Bohemian Girl
- The Woman of La Mirada
- Then Kiss Me Once Again
- Why Had Coronado Never Gone Back to Spain?
- The Periodic Table
- An Expensive Delicate Ship
- The World Will Never Be the Same
- When You Know
- The Princess of Breckenridge
- In This Gulf of Uncertain Light
- Love Lies Bleeding
- All the Courage You Have in You