by Charles Eulenstein
by Pat Piper
As a talk-show host for more than four decades, Larry King has encountered the most powerful and influential people in the world. Now, in "Future Talk, "he converses with some of today's most provocative thinkers to get their perspectives on ...
by Octavo Paz
"One of the most brilliant and original essayists in any language" (Washington Post Book World) reflects on the six years he spent in India as Mexican ambassador-and reveals how the people and culture of that extraordinary land changed his life.
by Jakob Walter
by John Mortimer
by Brian Swann
Twenty-seven Native American writers describe their lives and art in a compelling collection of personal and family histories illuminated by verse and song, story and narrative, all fed by the strong oral tradition of the indigenous peoples of ...
by Paul Monette
With Borrowed Time and Becoming a Man-the 1992 National Book Award winner for nonfiction-this collection completes Paul Monette's autobiographical writing. Brimming with outrage yet tender, this is a " remarkable book" (Philadelphia Inquirer).
by Wislawa Szymborska
by Scott Ski
by Yang Yang
This subject matter in Twin Sisters still highly controversial for a novel in China. <p> This book reveals an army cadre seducing a girl that comes from deep in the author's memories from her childhood. She was author's neighbour who gave up her ...
Thoughts on the Craft of Fiction
by Will Blythe
In this widely praised anthology, twenty-six American writers illuminate the motivations at the heart of their creative lives in original essays that are as surprising and varied as their fiction.
by F Eden
by Zora Neale Hurston
The most prolific African-American woman author from 1920 to 1950, Hurston was praised for her writing and condemned for her independence, arrogance, and audaciousness. This unique anthology, with 14 superb examples of her fiction, journalism, ...
by Thornton W Burgess
The Adventures of Reddy Fox is the first of Thornton W. Burgess's much-loved tales of life amongst the animals of the Green Meadows and Green Forest. Reddy Fox has been rather naughty. He has stolen a pet chicken from Farmer Brown's Boy, who is ...
by Charles David Brereton
Under The Protection Of James Brooke, Founder Of The Settlement Of Sarawak.
by Nikolai Karamzin
And the Periplus of the Erythrean Sea (1809)
by William Vincent
And Other Sermons (1881)
by John Thomas Jeffcock
And the Brigades to Which It Belonged (1898)
by Washington L Sanford
Compiled From Manuscript History By Sanford, West And Featherson, And From Notes Of Comrades.
by Dawn Curazzato
This story is about the unconventional healing of a child with severe handicaps brought about by faith and a visit to another child who is in a coma where reported healings and supernatural phenomena occur.