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Poetry of John Donne ( Read by Richard Burton)
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Poetry of John Donne ( Read by Richard Burton)

John Donne (21 January 1572 – 31 March 1631) was an English poet, preacher and a major representative of the metaphysical poets of the period. His works are notable for their realistic and sensual style and include sonnets, love poetry, religious poems, Latin translations, epigrams, elegies, songs, satires and sermons. His poetry is noted for its vibrancy of language and inventiveness of metaphor, especially as compared to that of his contemporaries.

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When Will There Be Good News?: A Novel
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When Will There Be Good News?: A NovelWhen Will There Be Good News?: A Novel

By Kate Atkinson  Read by Ellen Archer

This is Atkinson's  third novel to feature ex-cop turned PI Jackson Brodie (after Case Histories and One Good Turn)

Critics greeted the return of Jackson Brodie enthusiastically, and many stated that When Will There Be Good News? is the best installment of the three-book series. Atkinson’s mysteries develop naturally from her charmingly flawed characters and display her keen insight into human nature. Her control of the plot is absolute: it ratchets up the tension while the narrative accelerates to breakneck speeds.

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A Beginner's Guide to Critical Reading: An Anthology of Literary Texts
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A Beginner's Guide to Critical Reading: An Anthology of Literary TextsThe combination of fascinating texts, critically up-to-the minute readings and Richard Jacob's engaging, lively approach makes this a book every fan or student of literature should own. Jacobs has assembled an invaluable collection of literary texts and provides accompanying commentaries designed to help you contextualize your own responses.
This Introductory work brings together interesting texts and engaging commentary.
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Recording of Donmar WarehouseТs СOthelloТ (2007)
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Recording of Donmar WarehouseТs СOthelloТ (2007) A production from London's Donmar Warehouse, featuring an award-winning performance by Chiwetel Ejiofor in the title role as the jealous Moor Othello, alongside Ewan McGregor as the scheming Iago.

When the esteemed general Othello promotes Cassio to be his personal lieutenant, Iago, Cassio's bitter rival and friend of Othello, is envious and plots revenge. Iago manipulates and enrages Othello, making him suspicious of his wife Desdemona, ultimately bringing events to a tragic conclusion.

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Baby Sitters Club 41 - Mary Anne Versus Logan
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Baby Sitters Club 41 - Mary Annne Versus LoganBaby Sitters Club 41 - Mary Annne Versus Logan

Mary Anne feels she and Logan have been spending too much time together. They fight over silly things and Mary Anne never has any time to herself. Finally, she sadly realizes what she must do: break up with Logan. The Baby-sitters are shocked!

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The Town Mouse & The Country Mouse: multi-ROM
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The Town Mouse & The Country Mouse multi-ROMThe Town Mouse & The Country Mouse multi-ROM

in this classic Aesop Fable, the country mouse goes to see the town mouse and learns that his own home is something to be thankful for.

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Description: multi-ROM (Audio CD / DVD Video PAL)

 
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Diary of a Confessions Queen
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Diary of a Confessions QueenDiary of a Confessions Queen

Seven years ago in Kansas, Dan Crosby vanished without a trace. His wife Amy, who writes fictional "confessions" articles for True Lies magazine, has not heard a word from him since he disappeared. She prepares to file a legal motion declaring him dead so she can move on with her life and collect his life insurance before she loses their home.
However, Amy receives a note from an extortionist...
Equal parts mystery and humor, this novel is sure to keep readers guessing—and laughing—until the end.
 
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