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Suburbanitica G. Tod Slone
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Suburbanitica is a poetical philosophical negative non-fiction narrative of an alienated man living in Concord.
The Landscape of Lycidas John Scanlon
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This monograph presents a complete and comprehensive reading of Lycidas, John Milton's early masterpiece. Included within are explanations of the two-handed engine, the perfidious bark, the inexpressive nuptial song, and a complete analysis of the meaning and function of Phoebus Apollo's speech on fame. This is the first comprehensive reading of the poem assembled by anyone, in the over 350 years since John Milton first published this poem. It reveals a hidden landscape within all of John Milton's works. Lycidas is in fact the translation key to Milton's poetry....
The Works of Samuel Johnson. LL. D. In Nine Volumes Samuel Johnson
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This edition of The Works of Samuel Johnson. LL. D. In Nine Volumes Volume the Third: The Rambler. Vol. II by Samuel Johnson is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
Things Unsaid Shyne Nelson
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In Shyne Nelson's first collection of poems, essays and short stories, Nelson make's visible, the pain and magic of growing up a black man in America. Telling the coming-of-age stories of his peers and chanting that black men are present, lovable and anything but invisible. His "aggressively honest" approach to storytelling is one that will make you laugh, cry, think, but most importantly relate. Tackling subjects as taboo as prostitution in the short story "The Client List" to presenting a different prospective of the age old infidelity issue in the poem "He exist, because of you." Nelson's debut is sure to start plenty of conversations. "Things Unsaid" addresses just that: The things ...
Transcendental Trinkets G. Tod Slone
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Transcendental Trinkets is a compilation of highly critical essays, poems, broadsides, journal notes, and sketches all pertinent to the author's experience living in Concord, MA. The focus is on the absence of freedom of speech. The author was arrested and incarcerated for a day in Concord, just like Henry David Thoreau. The author had committed a SPEECH CRIME at Walden Pond State Park.

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