An outstanding collection of nineteen works includes two poems, an award-winning play, and sixteen short stories--including the never-before published Gulliver at Home--by one of science fiction's most acclaimed authors and the winner of the Nebula, Locus, and Theodore Sturgeon Awards. Reprint.
This fascinating history charts the struggles and triumphs of Irish folk, trad, and blues musicians before the Irish music industry, and acts like U2, existed. Forgotten heroes and latter-day legends intertwine with honorary visitors who took a bit
For hundreds of years leaders of nations have been educated at Oxford. The architecture of the University and colleges has become one of the glories of Europe. The holdings of the libraries and museums are among the most extensive and important in the world. And, most importantly, Oxford has been at the center of major scholarship since the Middle Ages, having made lasting contributions in the study of religion, classics, the arts, the sciences, and more. In The Illustrated History of Oxford University, John Prest has assembled the fascinating story of Oxford--from its origins 800 years ago to the present day--to give a uniquely authoritative version of the University for the general reader. Written by a team of esteemed scholars, all leaders in their fields, this wide-ranging volume captures all of the richness and diversity of Oxford as it details its significant and colorful past. From the brilliant intellectual beginnings of the University in the twelfth century to its twentieth-century emphasis on research, the Illustrated History charts the growth and development of a university competing at the frontiers of knowledge.
In this collection of stories from some of your favorite (and soon-to-be favorite) authors, you will find all of the romance, butterflies, and drama that come with love, lust, and everything in-between.
“Learn to close, and you will never be without work, and will never be without money.” — Grant Cardone ABOUT THE AUTHOR Grant Cardone is a self-made entrepreneur who with no money, no connections, and no fancy degrees founded and now operates privately held businesses that have sales of almost $100 million a year, real estate holdings just shy of half a billion dollars, and has a personal net worth of nine figures. Cardone is a New York Times best-selling author of five books, and over a dozen best-selling business programs and webinars. Cardone was also voted one of the top 5 CEO’s in the world and is considered one of the top social media influencers on the Internet today. In addition to his entrepreneurial commitments and family, he is highly active in philanthropic activities raising over $100 million last year for charities. https://play.google.com/store/books/d...