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Lilith

by George MacDonald Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

Lilith is a fantasy novel written by Scottish writer George MacDonald and first published in 1895. Its importance was recognized in its later revival in paperback by Ballantine Books as the fifth volume of the...


Four-Day Planet

by Henry Beam Piper Open BookShelf (September 29, 2018)

Fenris isn't a hell planet, but it's nobody's bargain. With 2,000-hour days and an 8,000-hour year, it alternates blazing heat with killing cold. A planet like that tends to breed a special kind of person: tough...


The Lone Wolf

by Louis Joseph Vance Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

Rival members of the underworld, jealous of "Lone Wolf" Michael Lanyard's success as a jewel thief, threaten to reveal his true identity unless he surrenders his independence and joins their "pack." Instead,...


Free As In Freedom

by Sam Williams Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

"Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software" is a free book licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It is a biography of Richard Stallman, an American software freedom activist...


The Chronicles of Clovis

by Saki Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

One of Saki's best-known works. A collection of satirical short stories featuring Clovis.


The Heads of Cerberus

by Francis Stevens Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

One of the first dystopian science fantasies, this novel features a grey dust from an ancient glass vial which is capped with a silver figure of Cerberus, the 3-headed mythological dog that guarded the gate...


The Makers of Canada: George Brown

by John Lewis Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

George Brown (November 29, 1818 – March 9, 1880) was a Scottish-born Canadian journalist, politician Fathers of Confederation. A noted Reform politician, he was also the founder and editor of the Toronto Globe,...


Morning Star

by Henry Rider Haggard Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

The whole story revolves around a strong woman, the great queen of Egypt Neter-Tua, the daughter of the God Amen-Ra. She must overcome many difficulties: the murder of her father and the conspiracies of her...


A Scientist Rises

by Desmond Winter Hall Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

The face of the giant was indeed that of a god....


Prior Analytics

by Aristotle Open BookShelf (October 15, 2018)

Aristotle (384–322 B.C.) numbers among the greatest philosophers of all time. Judged solely in terms of his philosophical influence, only Plato is his peer: Aristotle's works shaped centuries of philosophy...


Topics

by Aristotle Open BookShelf (October 15, 2018)

This book is a treatise on dialectical argument, a practice perhaps as old as human language, systemized for the first time by Aristotle. This seminal text offers many important insights into his conception...


Poetics

by Aristotle Open BookShelf (October 15, 2018)

‘The plot is the source and the soul of tragedy’ In his near-contemporary account of Greek tragedy, Aristotle examines the dramatic elements of plot, character, language and spectacle that combine to produce...


Physics

by Aristotle Open BookShelf (October 15, 2018)

For many centuries, Aristotle's Physics was the essential starting point for anyone who wished to study the natural sciences. Now, in the first translation into English since 1930, Aristotle's thought is presented...


On the Motion of Animals

by Aristotle Open BookShelf (October 15, 2018)

Movement of Animals (or On the Motion of Animals or De Motu Animalium) is a text by Aristotle on the general principles of motion in animals. Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher, a student...


Through the Air to the North Pole

by Roy Rockwood Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

Orphans Mark and Jack are fostered by Professor Henderson, with help from the professor's assistant Washington White and his friend Andy Sudds, the big game hunter. In their first adventures the Professor builds...


Voodoo Planet

by Andre Alice Norton Open BookShelf (March 25, 2018)

''From between the two shuffling dancers padded something on four feet. The canine-feline creature was more than just a head; it was a loose-limbed, graceful body fully eight feet in length, and the red eyes...


A Bowl for a Coin

by William Wayne Farris Open BookShelf (August 17, 2019)

A Bowl for a Coin is the first book in any language to describe and analyze the history of all Japanese teas. To understand the triumph of the tea plant in Japan, Wayne Farris begins with its cultivation and...


Frame by Frame

by Hannah Frank Open BookShelf (June 11, 2019)

Edited and with an introduction by Daniel Morgan

Foreword by Tom Gunning

In this beautifully written and deeply researched study, Hannah Frank provides an original way to understand American animated cartoons...


War Stories

by Avigdor Hameiri Open BookShelf (September 25, 2019)

Avigdor Hameiri was born in Hungary in 1890. He studied to become an Orthodox Rabbi, but did not finish his studies. During the World War I he served as an officer in the Austro-Hungarian Army in Galicia. In...


The Foundations of Hip-Hop Encyclopedia

by Anthony Kwame Harrison (editor) Open BookShelf (January 14, 2020)

Deejaying, emceeing, graffiti writing, and breakdancing. Together, these artistic expressions combined to form the foundation of one of the most significant cultural phenomena of the late 20th century — Hip-Hop....


Pamplona in July: World's Series of Bull Fighting a Mad, Whirling Carnival

by Ernest Hemingway Open BookShelf (September 12, 2019)

Originally published in the TorontoStar Weekly on October 27, 1923, this news article by Ernest Hemingway is often used in classrooms as an example of Hemingway's early, spare writing style. 


Autistic Community and the Neurodiversity Movement: Stories from the Frontline

by Steven K. Kapp (editor) Open BookShelf (November 14, 2019)

This open access book marks the first historical overview of the autism rights branch of the neurodiversity movement, describing the activities and rationales of key leaders in their own words since it organized...


Nim basics

by Miran Open BookShelf (October 26, 2019)

Nim is a relatively new programming language which allows users to write easy-to-read high-performance code. But if you are reading this Nim tutorial, the chances are that you already know about Nim.

Who is...


Dive Into Python 3

by Mark Pilgrim Open BookShelf (November 01, 2019)

Mark Pilgrim's Dive Into Python 3 is a hands-on guide to Python 3 and its differences from Python 2. Compared to Dive Into Python, it’s about 20% revised and 80% new material. As in the original book, Dive...


Economy, Society and Public Policy

by The CORE Team Open BookShelf (February 05, 2020)

ESPP is for students from any programme of study. Students develop analytical tools and data handling skills as they engage with the most pressing policy problems facing our societies: inequality, financial...


The Economy

by The CORE Team Open BookShelf (February 01, 2020)

A complete introduction to economics and the economy; student-centred and motivated by real-world problems and real-world data.

The Economy is a course in economics. Throughout, we start with a question or a...


Louder and Faster

by Deborah Wong Open BookShelf (September 20, 2019)

Louder and Faster is a cultural study of the phenomenon of Asian American taiko, the thundering, athletic drumming tradition that originated in Japan. Immersed in the taiko scene for twenty years, Deborah Wong...