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Many Gods

Many Gods by Cale Young Rice

Many Gods by Cale Young Rice

This is a volume of poetry by Cale Young Rice. The poems in this volume reflect Rice’s experiences while travelling across Asia, and many of them have, as their theme, a person or incident set in that area or culture. The title Many Gods then also refers to the different religions Rice would have encountered on his journey.

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London Lyrics

London Lyrics by Frederick Locker-Lampson

London Lyrics by Frederick Locker-Lampson

London is one of the most interesting cities in the world, and is inspiring poets until today. This particular volume on the charms of that metropolis is written by native Londoner Frederick Locker-Lampson

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What’s Mine’s Mine – Volume 1

What's Mine's Mine - Volume 1 by George MacDonald

What's Mine's Mine – Volume 1 by George MacDonald

Set in the invigorating wilds of Scotland, clans are crumbling and emigrating as their homeland is bought out from under them. The characters quickly become your friends as you identify with and learn from their struggles and joys. Contrasts abound between true and false (or shallow) relationships, convictions, morals, and faith.

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Between the Larch-woods and the Weir

Between the Larch-woods and the Weir by Flora Klickmann

Between the Larch-woods and the Weir by Flora Klickmann

Flora Klickmann, a writer for the Girls’ Own Paper and The Flower-Patch Among the Hills, brings us another charming volume, combining nature description, anecdote, autobiography, religion, and her own brand of humor in these observations based on her country cottage, neighbors and household.

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The Soul of London

The Soul of London by Ford Madox Ford

The Soul of London by Ford Madox Ford

Most of us love places very much as we may love what, for us, are the distinguished men of our social lives. […] We are, all of us who are Londoners, paying visits of greater or less duration to a Personality that, whether we love it or very cordially hate it, fascinates us all. And, paying my visit, I have desired to give some such record. I have tried to make it anything rather than encyclopaedic, topographical, or archaeological. To use a phrase of literary slang I have tried to “get the atmosphere” of modern London — of the town in which I have passed so many days; of the immense place that has been the background for so many momentous happenings to so many of my fellows.’

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Sandhya

Sandhya by Dhan Gopal Mukerji

Sandhya by Dhan Gopal Mukerji

Dhan Gopal Mukerji wrote Sandhya, Songs of Twilight while in San Francisco, as a way to support himself and pay for his college education. This collection of poems has several references to his homeland, India.

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Kotto: Being Japanese Curios, With Sundry Cobwebs

Kotto: Being Japanese Curios, With Sundry Cobwebs by Lafcadio Hearn

Kotto: Being Japanese Curios, With Sundry Cobwebs by Lafcadio Hearn

Kotto contains 20 Japanese stories, collected from different sources and translated by Lafcadio Hearn. The types of stories in this collection are widespread: There are old ghost stories Hearn is best known for (The Legend of Yurei-Daki), his own observations and musings (Pathological), as well as the translation of ‘A Woman’s Diary’, a touching account of the life of the poorer classes in Tokyo, written at the end of the 19th century.

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India’s Love Lyrics

India's Love Lyrics by Laurence Hope

India's Love Lyrics by Laurence Hope

The poetry of Adela Florence Cory aka Violet Nicolson, is some of the most unique and passionate in the English language. Under the pen name of Laurence Hope, her works were extremely popular in the early years of the 20th century, inspiring popular music, lovers, silent films and even the creation of Shalimar perfume. Her work wades fearlessly into issues of racism, same sex attraction, violence and taboo love, but also transports the reader to a vibrant India of another era, with it’s exotic peoples, flora, fauna, folklore and larger than life landscapes and intrigues.

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Sir Gibbie

Sir Gibbie by George MacDonald

Sir Gibbie by George MacDonald

These are the adventures of Sir Gibbie through the Scotland moors. Not being able to read or speak, Gibbie survives on the streets without a mother and having an alcoholic father. Yet, he wins the hearts of his neighbors and helps others. Children and adults learn through Sir Gibbie self-sacrifice, honesty, and purity.

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