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Howard Phillips Lovecraft At the Mountains of Madness Howard Phillips Lovecraft At the Mountains of Madness Новинка

Howard Phillips Lovecraft At the Mountains of Madness

The Barren, windswept interior of the Antarctic plateau was lifeless – or so the expedition from Miskatonic University thought. Then they found the strange fossils of unheard-of creatures and the carved stones tens of millions of years old.
Edward Moore The poetical works Edward Moore The poetical works Новинка

Edward Moore The poetical works

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Jane Cammack The Mystery of Manor Hall Jane Cammack The Mystery of Manor Hall Новинка

Jane Cammack The Mystery of Manor Hall

A Starter level Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Written for Learners of English by Jane Cammack. Manor Hall is an old dark house with a mystery. Nobody can go into the music room. But one night Tom and Milly hear something. The noise is coming from the music room. Tom and Milly open the door. Someone in the music room is singing. Tom and Milly are afraid, but they can't move. Can Tom and Milly discover the mystery of Manor Hall?
Edward Glover Freud or Jung Edward Glover Freud or Jung Новинка

Edward Glover Freud or Jung

One of the great dramatic events in the history of twentieth-century thought was the break of Carl Jung - the crown prince of psychoanalytic movement - with his mentor and collaborator Sigmund Freud.Издательство: Northwestern University Press Evanston
Matthew Tindal Christianity as old as the creation, or The gospel Matthew Tindal Christianity as old as the creation, or The gospel Новинка

Matthew Tindal Christianity as old as the creation, or The gospel

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Pushkin A.S. Queen of Spades Pushkin A.S. Queen of Spades Новинка

Pushkin A.S. Queen of Spades

The Queen of Spades, one of his most popular and chilling short stories, tells of an inveterate card player who develops a dangerous obsession with the secret of an old lady's luck, which he believes will bring him the wealth he craves. The Negro...
Tony Palmer: All You Need Is Love. Vol. 5: Rude Songs - Vaudeville And Music Hall (2 DVD) Tony Palmer: All You Need Is Love. Vol. 5: Rude Songs - Vaudeville And Music Hall (2 DVD) Новинка

Tony Palmer: All You Need Is Love. Vol. 5: Rude Songs - Vaudeville And Music Hall (2 DVD)

"A mighty achievement. Thank you." John Lennon"...interviews, backstage footage and amazing performances that explore the prejudice and commercialistion of pop" Time Out"...A must for serious music aficionados." Jeffery Sisk In TuneMusic Hall, as a description, means exactly what it says. A hall, usually at the back of a tavern or pub, in which music was performed by local entertainers for financial gain. It is thus the earliest example of a popular music industry. In a sense, through all its manifestations, music hall or vaudeville or variety has remained true to this original description. Thus, the film begins and ends in Las Vegas (with Judy Garland), a palace of varieties to end all palaces of variety. En route, we travel via London's Palace Theatre, the Palladium and the Windmill.
Jerzy Banach,Jerzy Szablowski,Karol Estreicher,Jan Baumgart,Kazimierz Radwanski,Edward Waligora,Stanislaw Czerpak Cracow: City of Museums Jerzy Banach,Jerzy Szablowski,Karol Estreicher,Jan Baumgart,Kazimierz Radwanski,Edward Waligora,Stanislaw Czerpak Cracow: City of Museums Новинка

Jerzy Banach,Jerzy Szablowski,Karol Estreicher,Jan Baumgart,Kazimierz Radwanski,Edward Waligora,Stanislaw Czerpak Cracow: City of Museums

Cracovia - tonus Poloniae urbs celeberrima. Cracow was mentioned for the first time in the years 965 and 966. It became the main center of the state and the seat of the Polish kings in the eleventh century and continued to be the capital right into the seventeenth. The plan of the city, laid out after its foundation in 1257 and one of the most advanced in Europe, has survived almost unchanged to the present day. The city's rapid development was stimulated by Wladyslaw Lo-kietek, who unified the Polish lands and had himself crowned king in the Cathedral on the Wawel in 1320. In the fourteenth century several magnificent Gothic buildings were raised in Cracow, including the royal residence and the Cathedral on the Wawel (the third), the famous Church of St. Mary, the Town Hall, and the Cloth Hall. Of the defensive walls surrounding the town only the Barbican, the Florian Gate, and three towers have survived. In Cracow, Gothic painting and sculpture reached a peak in the fifteenth century. Evidence of the interest in the development of learning in mediaeval Cracow was the foundation of the university by Casimir the Great in 1364. It was the oldest in Poland and the second oldest in central Europe. In the following two centuries it was to enjoy a fame reaching far beyond the land of the Jagiellons. The sixteenth century was Cracow's "Golden Age." Thanks to the initiative of King Sigismund I, the Old, it developed into an outstanding center of Renaissance art. Italian artists star...
Dorothy Elbury The Major and the Country Miss Dorothy Elbury The Major and the Country Miss Новинка

Dorothy Elbury The Major and the Country Miss

A mystery brings them together. Secrets keep them apart. Major William Maitland returns a hero from the war, only to find himself tasked with the strangest mission – hunting down the lost heir to his uncle’s fortune. He sets out for rural Warwickshire to uncover the twenty-year-old secret, but has no idea that meeting an old army friend will lead him to the key to the mystery. Or that his friend’s cousin, the beautiful Georgianne Venables, will prove to be his own personal Waterloo.For Georgianne has a secret of her own that could stand in the way of Will ever winning her hand in marriage…
Marisa Carroll Loveknot Marisa Carroll Loveknot Новинка

Marisa Carroll Loveknot

WELCOME TO TYLERTHE PIECES ARE COMING TOGETHERJudson's trial is over, but the question remains: Who killed Margaret Ingalls? The answer lies buried deep in her daughter Alyssa's memory….Join the residents of Tyler as they piece together forty-year-old secret of America's favorite hometown.Each book set in Tyler is a self-contained story; together, they stitch the fabric of a community.HAUNTED BY DREAMS…Alyssa Baron's sleep is filled with jumbled images of the night her mother died. But during the day, she's busy sparring with Edward Wocheck, who's intent on buying out the family business.AND A MAN WHO NEVER FORGOT HEREdward has loved Alyssa since they were children. He's determined to put an end to her tortured dreams. And then – business differences or no – he intends to win her heart.

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Cracovia - tonus Poloniae urbs celeberrima. Cracow was mentioned for the first time in the years 965 and 966. It became the main center of the state and the seat of the Polish kings in the eleventh century and continued to be the capital right into the seventeenth. The plan of the city, laid out after its foundation in 1257 and one of the most advanced in Europe, has survived almost unchanged to the present day. The city's rapid development was stimulated by Wladyslaw Lo-kietek, who unified the Polish lands and had himself crowned king in the Cathedral on the Wawel in 1320. In the fourteenth century several magnificent Gothic buildings were raised in Cracow, including the royal residence and the Cathedral on the Wawel (the third), the famous Church of St. Mary, the Town Hall, and the Cloth Hall. Of the defensive walls surrounding the town only the Barbican, the Florian Gate, and three towers have survived. In Cracow, Gothic painting and sculpture reached a peak in the fifteenth century. Evidence of the interest in the development of learning in mediaeval Cracow was the foundation of the university by Casimir the Great in 1364. It was the oldest in Poland and the second oldest in central Europe. In the following two centuries it was to enjoy a fame reaching far beyond the land of the Jagiellons. The sixteenth century was Cracow's "Golden Age." Thanks to the initiative of King Sigismund I, the Old, it developed into an outstanding center of Renaissance art. Italian artists star...
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