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A Miscellany of Men

This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
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In Sickness and In Health: Historical Notes from an Attempted Honeymoon

With honesty and humour, Mark Clemens describes lessons he learned from a honeymoon spent recovering from terrible sickness in a Manhattan hotel room. Years later he considers the complex history of the building in which he and his new bride spent their convalescence. A carpentry shop, a brothel, a butcher’s. As Mark reflects on the...
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The Painters of Belfast’s No Man’s Land: How Northern Ireland is Grappling with a Hollow Peace

A timely exploration of art on the boundary of Northern Ireland’s fragile peace. Stephen Groves follows a famed Protestant artist and his Catholic accomplice as they paint the walls of Belfast’s no man’s land. Through their lives, we see a glimpse of the deep social issues which plague Northern Ireland today. Epidemics of drugs and...
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The Restless Earth: Rural China in Transition

The Restless Earth explores the lives of communities who remain sceptical of China’s big city allure. As the traditions of the New Year bring urban dwellers back to rural Qinghe, Miriam Driessen interrogates the tensions between the proud stoicism of rural family members and the ambitions of their returning relatives. Thoughtful and immersive, it is...
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Suburban Luchador: Tales From the Burb Side

His minivan is his chariot and his mower is his weapon. Enter the world of the Suburban Luchador, suburbia’s favorite underdog, father, husband… hero. Meet the man who’s making minivans, mowing and mortgages sexy again. He’s the every day, luchador mask-wearing, suburban family man who’s anything but common. In Suburban Luchador: Tales from the Burb...
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The Basic Writings of Josiah Royce, Volume II: Logic, Loyalty, and Community (American Philosophy Book 17)

Now back in print, and in paperback, these two classic volumes illustrate the scope and quality of Royce’s thought, providing the most comprehensive selection of his writings currently available. They offer a detailed presentation of the viable relationship Royce forged between the local experience of community and the demands of a philosophical and scientific vision...
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The Best American Series: 16 Short Stories & Essays

The Best American series is the premier annual showcase for the country’s finest short fiction and nonfiction. This special edition contains selections from the following 2016 editions: The Best American Essays edited by Jonathan Franzen The Best American Mystery Stories edited by Elizabeth George The Best American Science and Nature Writing edited by Amy Stewart...
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The Bin and the Bomb: A Humorous Travel Story about an Apartment in Paris

“I recorded seven belly laughs. And then, after making dinner, I indulged in two long sessions of laughing.” – Erin Byrne, editor, Vignettes & Postcards series Excerpted from a story in the new collection, Porcelain Travels. #1 New Release in Travel Humor * Literary Travel * Solo Travel * Budget Travel2018 Solas Awards Gold for...
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Animal Rescuer’s Guide To Staying (Relatively) Sane

A short, tongue-in-cheek “manual” on how to do animal rescue as an individual, while still retaining some of your marbles. The guide addresses some of the common challenges and missteps that the author has found over a decade and a half of doing rescue out of her home. It also includes a small collection of...
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The Cat Rescue Diaries: 56 True Life Stories of Cats Who Found Their Forever Homes, and the People Who Saved Them

Thousands of years ago, a cat purred, and humans listened. We were fascinated. Today, we’re still fascinated by the purr, but in many cases, we’ve let our feline companions down. There are millions of homeless and hungry cats. These are but a few of the stories of the lucky ones, rescued from bad situations and...
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Locavore U.S.A.: How a local-food economy is changing one community, a chapter from the book Change Comes to Dinner

In 1950, at least 70 percent of Montana’s food was grown in Montana. Many states used to have robust local-food economies, but that has changed drastically around the country in recent decades. National-scale food businesses beat out community-oriented small and medium-sized operations, laying waste to the infrastructure that once supported thriving local-food economies. There is...