Chatham-Kent’s most intriguing structures.”
Describes “a south-western
72 pages • hardbound • 6 x 9
39 illustrations • 4 colour
Victorian champion of women's rights
The first major study of the founder of the
George Meredith's Politics : As Seen in his Life, Friendships, and Works
James S. Stone
Charts the political views of the 19th century's master of plot and
satire. Author of The Egoist.
notes · bibliography · index · illustrated · 281 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95
A detailed study of how the Hohenzollerns, the Princes of Saxony, commissioned public buildings, squares and monuments to enhance the regime's prestige; and discusses their use as propaganda in post WWII Berlin.
illustrated · notes · bibliography · index · 238 pages · Can/U.S. $37.95
novelist of Empire
a browser's anthology
An anthology of short pieces of poetry and prose on trees, from ancient times to the present, intended for pleasurable browsing. Includes pieces by W.B. Yeats, Rudyard Kipling, Winston Churchill, Joyce Kilmer, Thomas Hardy, William Faulkner, Philip Larkin, Ernest Hemingway, Ogden Nash, Henry James, Lewis Carroll, Robert Graves, Earle Birney, D.H. Lawrence, Margaret Laurence, Kenneth Grahame, Mark Twain, George Eliot, William Shakespeare, Edmund Spenser, Geoffrey Chaucer, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Robert Frost, Virginia Woolf, Walt Whitman, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Henry Thoreau, and many others, as well as translations from ancient classics and the Bible. Ideal as a gift.
“an excellent introduction to James”
HENRY JAMES'S APPRENTICESHIP:
the Tales, 1864-1882
Walter R. Martin and Warren Ober
A compact study of James through the lens
of his first tales.