Stories of True Crime in Tudor and Stuart England is an original collection of thirty stories of true crime during the period 1580-1700. Published in short books known as chapbooks, these stories proliferated in early modern popular literature. The chapbooks included in this collection describe serious, horrifying and often deeply personal stories of murder and attempted murder, infanticide, suicide, rape, arson, highway robbery, petty treason and witchcraft.
AUDIOBOOK: Kurt Vonnegut - Bagombo Snuff Box (unabridged audiobook + text) From out of the blue, here's a new collection of Vonnegut fiction--his first magazine stories from the 1950s in book form at last, with some charming reminiscences (and three new endings for old stories) by the author. Vonnegut says these tales were meant to be as evanescent as lightening bugs, and that image captures their frail magic. They're like time travelers from an epoch when stories swarmed in mass-market magazines, before TV dawned and doomed them.
Songs with subtitles "Shape of my heart" - Sting "Something Stupid" - Frank and Nancy Sinatra "Strangers in the night" - Frank Sinatra "Tom's diner" - Susanne Vega "Let my people go" - Armstrong "Only you" Let's make a subtitles collection to "evergreen" songs together!!!
Word stress has long presented challenges to phonologists, as they have sought to uncover patterns in its distribution, and devise models to account for its behaviour and formal representation both within single languages and cross-linguistically. In this collection, a team of world-renowned researchers present a variety of viewpoints on the methods and problems involved. Offering fresh perspectives on the topic and its study, this book is specifically concerned with basing theoretical work on broad typological surveys and focuses on the collection, selection and use of data in the analysis of word stress and word rhythm, including their phonetic manifestations.
Added by: drazhar | Karma: 1011.13 | Other | 28 December 2014
Did you know that the Pilgrims ate popcorn at the first Thanksgiving? Or that Maine is the toothpick capital of the world, or that frogs have teeth? Do you want to know what a cockroach’s favorite food is, or how long it would take to drive to the sun? Amaze your friends and family by telling them that a baby giraffe is six feet long when it is born, or that tigers have striped skin! From the creators of The Book of Useless Information, this is an amazing collection of the wildest, oddest, funniest facts about history, science, food, animals, and more!
The world of sci-fi is one that is ever changing, and is never quite the same as it was last week. This year we saw the invasion of a gun-toting raccoon and his – rather emotional – friendship with a watching, talking tree. In this collection, we look at all the different films and TV shows that helped make this year great, and take a step back into the past to look at the best of this years Timewarp.