Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Product Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.21 inches
About the Book
Books that are classed as Satire are written to expose the shortcomings of individuals and institutions in society, to hold them up to ridicule, and through humour shame them into undertaking reforms. Examples of this genre include: Satires of circumstances, lyrics and reveries with miscellaneous pieces, and The Modern Traveller.
Also in this Book
Books about Poetry, in the main, present the poetical works of a poet, which may be arranged in a number of different ways, and may belong to several schools of poetical expression. Titles include: Goethes Sprüche in Prosa, Maximen und Reflexionen, The Poetess, and Other Poems, Gray: Poems Published in 1768, The Rhymester, or, the Rules of Rhyme: A Guide to English Versification, and The Riverside Literature Series; Verse and Prose for Beginners in Reading: Selected from English and American Literature.
And in this Book
This title is a Drama title. Drama books mostly analyze the performance of a play in a theater, or contain the entire script of the play. Plays can be divided into a number of genres, including classical and modern, and across cultural lines. Some examples are: Famous Plays: Their Histories and Their Authors, St. Nicholas book of plays & operettas, The Wierd Wanderer of Jutland, The Death of Ivan the Terrible, and The Scarlet Letter.
Trieste Publishing’s aim is to provide readers with the highest quality reproductions of fiction and non-fiction literature that has stood the test of time. Our titles are produced from scans of the original books and as a result may sometimes have imperfections. To ensure a high-quality product we have:
- thoroughly reviewed every page of all the books in the catalog
- repaired some of the text in some cases, and
- rejected titles that are not of the highest quality.
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