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  • The Girls of St. Cyprian's

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  • Los Amantes de Teruel

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    The importance of Hartzenbusch in the history of the Spanish drama and the enduring popularity in Spain of Los Amantes de Teruel, his masterpiece, have assured this play a definite place in the work of advanced students of Spanish literature in our universities. For such students the many editions published in Spain and elsewhere have been perhaps sufficient, but for the much larger number who never reach the advanced literary classes an annotated edition is needed. That this play offers excellent material for the work of more elementary courses in the schools and colleges has long been the opinion of the present editor; and that it has not already found a place among the Spanish texts published in this country is difficult to understand. The old legend of Teruel, the embodiment of pure and constant love, is one that might well be expected to make a strong appeal to the youth of any country; the simple and direct presentation given to the legend by Hartzenbusch and the comparative freedom from textual difficu
  • Flying Machines: Construction and Operation

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    This book is written for the guidance of the novice in aviation--the man who seeks practical information as to the theory, construction and operation of the modern flying machine. With this object in view the wording is intentionally plain and non-technical.
  • A Conjurer's Confessions

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  • An Explanatory Discourse

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  • Captain Sam

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  • Camp-fire and Wigwam

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  • Sult

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  • The 1990 CIA World Factbook

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  • Forest Trees of Texas

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  • The Virginians

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    This novel is a sequel to The History of Henry Esmond.
  • Mrs Peter Rabbit

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    How Little Miss Fuzzytail became Mrs. Peter Rabbit, and set up housekeeping in the Old Briar Patch.