Éditeur: Trieste Publishing
La langue: English
Dimensions du produit: 6.14 x 9.21 pouces
Description du livre
About the Book
Books that are Collections of Essays are anthologies of literary works by essayists. The list of essayists who have been active throughout the world and throughout time, is extraordinary.
Also in this Book
Books on Classical & Medieval Literature contain the works of many famous ancient, classical or medieval authors, as well as those whose names are no longer recognized as much. Titles include: Der Gebrauch des Infinitivs in Xenophons Anabasis, Die Troerinnen des euripides, Diomede: from the Iliad of Homer, Stories from Plato and Other Classic Writers: Hesiod, Homer, Aristophanes, Ovid, Catullus, and Pliny, The use of the prepositions in Apollonius Rhodius, compared with their use in Homer, dissertation, Petrarch and His Influence on English Literature, and "Know Thyself" in Greek and Latin Literature: A Dissertation.
And in this Book
Books that contain a collection of Short Stories written by the same author include the following: Proverb stories, Spinning wheel stories, Fifty famous people, a book of short stories, Thirty More Famous Stories Retold, A House of Pomegranates, The Happy Prince and Other Tales, and The Trimmed Lamp, and Other Stories of the Four Million.
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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