Most of the story of how we deal with our scars is left unwritten.
Get the bug to cross the country, marvel at life’s dynamic characters, party, and wonder how to possibly express it all.
A classic struggle for control over the way the inhabitants of a mental ward perceive reality.
The autobiography of my great grandmother. Covers her two marriages in Russia and escape from Germany to America in 1911 with seven children. Unpublished.
Sinclair’s portrayal of Capitalism is quite similar to Rand’s portrayal of Socialism. The two books together say a lot about rhetorical fiction.
A great peek into the political map of the early 16th century, and a practical guide to conquering and reigning over your own principality.
How do you face this odd world if you want to live by reason? Here is one skeptic’s entertaining attempt.
A vision of industrialist gods and socialist monsters.
An autobiography of teenage years lived in throes of both passionate discipline and innocent impressionability.
Monarchs are like a box of chocolates… and this one takes the cake. Keep in mind that all this really happened. Amazon inventory