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    • COLLINS, 1979
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    • Bibliographic details: "In this first volume of the grand synthesis that will crown a lifetime of outstanding work, Eliade explores ancient manifestations of the sacred, illuminating the creative moments of the major traditions" Original title "Histoire des Croyances et des Idees Religieuses" Translated from the French by Willard R. Trask. 489p. bibliography.index Clean, crisp copy, but missing 2" of dj at foot of spine, which has caused slight sun fading to cloth Read more
    • ST MARTINS PRESS, 1995
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    • Bibliographic details: A collection of excerpts from Edith Wharton's seven works of travel covers three decades before, during, and after World War I, revealing the undiscovered byways of Europe, Morocco, and the Mediterranean through the eyes of a knowledgeable, imaginative observer.Edited by Sarah Bird Wright. 216p. bibliography index Read more
    • PENGUIN CANADA, 2009
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    • Bibliographic details: Yes, it's the greatest story ever told, but let's face it: It always could have used a little punching up. In Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bible!, Jonathan Goldstein brings human depth, humour, and snappier dialogue to millennia-old biblical stories. Goldstein's version of the Bible answers the questions you need to know: Read more
    • WILLIAM MORROW, 2005
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    • Bibliographic details: The owner of Brooklyn's Hooti Couture boutique draws on her grandmother's insights into how to accent a wardrobe with vintage accessories, explaining how style can be informed through the stories of past-generation articles of clothing. Read more
    • BALLANTINE BOOKS, 1990
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    • Bibliographic details: A fascinating and detailed account of the history of knitting in America It demonstrates " how the necessity-and the pleasure-of knitting has shaped women’s lives. Here is the Colonial woman for whom idleness was a sin, and her Victorian counterpart, who enjoyed the pleasure of knitting while visiting with friends; the war wife eager to provide her man with warmth and comfort, and the modern woman busy creating fashionable handknits for herself and her family. Macdonald examines each phase of American history and gives us a clear and compelling look at life, then and now. And through it all... Read more
    • 1975
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    • Bibliographic details: Biography translated from French by Georges Soloviaff. 97p. Colour plates tipped in.Owner inscription on ffep states "Purchased Coppet, 1985" else fine Read more
    • MIROLAND / GUERNICA, 2019
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    • Bibliographic details: French journalist Marc Taragon is at the apex of his career in 2007. A tenacious idealist, Taragon has spent the last thirty years attempting to bring to readers the truths about the wars and political intrigues of the region. He is unsparing in his criticism of extremists and has earned many enemies. He agrees to be interviewed in Cyprus, by a young Canadian journalist, Marie Boivin, not knowing that Marie has a hidden agenda: to discover through Taragon the truth about her childhood. Before Marie finds the answers she seeks, she is enmeshed in Taragon's plan to broker peace negotiations b... Read more
    • MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF ANTIQUITIES, 1973
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    • Bibliographic details: Mathaf al-Iraqi. Iraq. Mudiriyat al-Atharral-Ammah. Covers items in the Museum from prehistoric to the early Islamic period [as as it was prior to Saddam Hussein and the deparadaons of the Iraqi War and ISIS] 134p. illus [ B&W] Read more
    • BET HATEFUTSOTH, 1984
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    • Bibliographic details: This illustrated account of an unsual community, "a lost Jewish tribe" in central China was published in connection with an exhibition at the Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora. Introduction by Michael Pollak Text in Hebrew and English.60 p illus.map Errata slip laid in. Read more
    • NELSON,FOSTER & SCOTT, 1954
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    • Bibliographic details: "This is a quiet small town comedy about life in a Nova Scotia community, with a nice gallery of eccentric characters,some gentle irony and really craftsmanlike construction" Read more
    • MCCLELLAND & STEWART, 1951
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    • Bibliographic details: Eighteen-year-old Tillie Shantz is soon to be married to Simon Goudie, a spiritually intense young man from her Mennonite community in southwestern Ontario. When the young couple undergo their own transformative experiences, Tillie's interests start to wander to the outside world. Refusing one day to join her family at church, she stands alone, "feeling life tingle through her arms as she stretched them to some unknown compass point . . . in an ecstasy of well-being." Tillie wrestles with both the personal and spiritual consequences of her actions, eventually leaving the community to live i... Read more
    • AMBASSADOR BOOKS, 1947
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    • Bibliographic details: Novel about Canadian soldiers in England durng World War 1.Uncommon, Clean bright text, dj with minor chips. Read more
    • OMEGA, 1985
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    • Bibliographic details: Twenty five years after the first publication of Alices' Adventures in Wonderland Charles L.Dodgson "translated his own work so that it could be read by children aged Nought to Five" This is a facsimile of the original 1890 edition, with 20 of John Tenniel's illustrations 56p+6 p. Read more
    • DEWI LEWIS PUBLISHING, 2006
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    • Bibliographic details: Harry Whittier Frees (1879-1953) was an American photographer who created novelty postcards, magazine spreads, and children's books based on his photographs of posed animals. He dressed the animals and posed them in human situations with props, often with captions ...On the choice of cats for his photos Frees stated .." Rabbits are the easiest to photograph in costume, but incapable of taking many 'human' parts. Puppies are tractable when rightly understood, but the kitten is the most versatile animal actor, and possesses the greatest variety of appeal" 78p.llus. Read more
    • UDENA PUBLICATIONS, 1982
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    • Bibliographic details: Series:Byzantina kai metabyzantina, v. 3 Series:Byzantina kai metabyzantina, v. 3 This account of the Greek Orthodox Church of St George reflects the conflicts between the needs of the local diaspora community and the various problems of international Greek and ecclesiastical politics. 129p. Read more
    • UNDENA PUBNS, 1986
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    • Bibliographic details: Series : Byzantina kai metabyzantina, v. 4 Read more
    • UNDENA PUBNS, 1986
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    • Bibliographic details: Series : Byzantina kai metabyzantina, v. 4 Read more
    • WALKER, 1972
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    • Bibliographic details: Three Regency romances in a single volume [1] Cecily " When Cecily appeared on the stage, the questions started. Who was she; could she be an innocent; was she an adventuress? No one asked these questions with more concern than the Honorable Robert Ranleigh, the handsome, aristocratic leader of London male society. For Cecily actually claimed to be his distant relative, and begged him to come to her aid." [2] Georgina "After shutting the door in the face of her latest and most eligible suitor 'Miss Georgina Powers announced that spinsterhood was preferable to a life with a dimwit twice her ... Read more
    • WALKER, 1972
    • Bookshop: Kalamos Books (Canada)
    • Bibliographic details: Three Regency romances in a single volume [1] Cecily " When Cecily appeared on the stage, the questions started. Who was she; could she be an innocent; was she an adventuress? No one asked these questions with more concern than the Honorable Robert Ranleigh, the handsome, aristocratic leader of London male society. For Cecily actually claimed to be his distant relative, and begged him to come to her aid." [2] Georgina "After shutting the door in the face of her latest and most eligible suitor 'Miss Georgina Powers announced that spinsterhood was preferable to a life with a dimwit twice her ... Read more
    • WALKER, 1972
    • Bookshop: Kalamos Books (Canada)
    • Bibliographic details: Three Regency romances in a single volume [1] Cecily " When Cecily appeared on the stage, the questions started. Who was she; could she be an innocent; was she an adventuress? No one asked these questions with more concern than the Honorable Robert Ranleigh, the handsome, aristocratic leader of London male society. For Cecily actually claimed to be his distant relative, and begged him to come to her aid." [2] Georgina "After shutting the door in the face of her latest and most eligible suitor 'Miss Georgina Powers announced that spinsterhood was preferable to a life with a dimwit twice her ... Read more
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