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2020-04-05
Nasza Ziemia, nasze życie. Co nas czeka? - ebook/epub
Nasza Ziemia, nasze życie. Co nas czeka? - ebook/epub
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Studio Emka

Przepowiednie i wizje o jutrze i dniach dalszych według proroków i wielkich religii świata

Apokalipsa. Wniebowzięcie. Epidemie. Ludzkość od dawna pasjonowała się ostatecznym zderzeniem cywilizacji, ale nigdy tak bardzo, jak to się dzieje obecnie. Świat stał się przerażającym miejscem – w wiadomościach roi się od wojen religijnych, ogólnoświatowego terroryzmu i przypadków ludobójstwa...




The Busted Ex-Texan and Other Stories - ebook/epub
The Busted Ex-Texan and Other Stories - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

The rumble of merry conversation mixed with the mumble of a stream; and from time to time a piece of a sweet song broke from melodious lips, short, energetic, melodious like a bobolink, rushing up from clover heads. And before the mighty shadow, gloomily lying on the great plain on the prairies, stretching east for a thousand miles, turned into darkness, active, happy workers gave the bivouac the kind of skillful ordering that a trained group always...

Poppy Otts Seven-League Stilts - ebook/epub
Poppy Otts Seven-League Stilts - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Edward Edson Lee (September 2, 1884 in Meriden, Illinois September 28, 1944 in Rockford, Illinois), who wrote under the pen name of Leo Edwards, was a popular childrens literature author in the 1920s and 1930s. He was really a born story teller. If you have ever read any of his books, you will have to agree they are full of laughs on every page. Hundreds of thousands of boys who laughed until their sides ached over the weird and wonderful adventures...

Unter Palmen und Buchen. Band IIII - ebook/epub
Unter Palmen und Buchen. Band IIII - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Friedrich Gerstäcker (1816-1872) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller. Er war ein Autor von spannenden Abenteuerromanen und -erzählungen, aber auch Dorfgeschichten, der Landschaften und kulturelle Verhältnisse so gut wiederzugeben verstand, dass noch heute ein überwiegend jugendliches Publikum seine bekannten Romane liest. Auf seinen Streifzügen vor allem in die Neue Welt, Nord- und Südamerika...

Banki, pieniądze, długi. Nieznana prawda o współczesnym systemie finansowym - ebook/epub
Banki, pieniądze, długi. Nieznana prawda o współczesnym systemie finansowym - ebook/epub
SELF-PUBLISHER

Każdy dzisiaj posługuje się pieniędzmi, bez których trudno sobie wyobrazić współczesną cywilizację. Ta książka jest właśnie o nich.

System finansowy świata uległ w ciągu ostatnich trzydziestu lat radykalnej, jakościowej zmianie. Pojawił się nowy rodzaj pieniądza – cyfrowy pieniądz bankowy, który już nie jest, jak gotówka, kreowany przez państwowe banki centralne, ale tworzą go z niczego prywatne banki komercyjne...

Legendy Polskie - ebook/epub
Legendy Polskie - ebook/epub
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Wydawnictwo Literatura

Legendy są to takie pałeczki w sztafecie pokoleń. Starsi przekazują je młodszym, żeby nie zaginęła pamięć o tym, co kiedyś było, co się dawno, dawno temu zdarzyło. I oczywiście każdy opowiada je po swojemu coś od siebie doda, zmieni.

Legendy, które znajdziecie Państwo w tej książce, opowiedziała mi kiedyś babcia. A teraz, po latach, ja opowiadam je Wam. Moim Czytelnikom.

Starszym...

2020-04-04
A Son of His Father - ebook/epub
A Son of His Father - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

When in 1925 his first novel The Son of His Father was published at the Chicago publishing house, then its circulation took twenty-seven freight cars. The Son of His Father was made near the Oracle, and his first show was in Tucson. A great adventure in the desert and mountain world of Arizona and the Mexican border. Adventure lovers will amuse by this novel.

Downland Echoes - ebook/epub
Downland Echoes - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Victor Whitechurch, a clergyman who became a mysterious writer, well known for his detective story Railroad Stories, was admired by Ellery Queen and Dorothy L. Sayers for impeccable conspiracy and factual accuracy: he was one of the first authors to submit his manuscripts to Scotland Yard to check for a police procedure. Downlands echoes analyze the life of a small village and the interaction of all the characters who live in it in everyday situations...

The Happy Average - ebook/epub
The Happy Average - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

The Happy Average is a novel of far more genuine merit than Mr. Whitlocks former works. It is a realistic story of commonplace life in a small Ohio town, the realism being of that wholesome sort which portrays the every-day existence, the small joys and sorrows, of the average men and women of the average Western village. The story deals with the struggles of the hero, Glenn Marley, a young man of very ordinary ability...

Dead Man Manor - ebook/epub
Dead Man Manor - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

There is a secret surrounding the abandoned local manuar and the death of the local miller. When a lawyer on vacation is found slaughtered, the law enters into force. One area of interest for the British reader is the different legal system and methodology used by Sergeant Biguri, who is conducting an official investigation. His personality perfectly complements and contrasts with the personality of Tredgold...

Masks Off at Midnight - ebook/epub
Masks Off at Midnight - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Trevor Dene and his wife are looking forward to attending a masked ball in Lavra, a Long Island mansion owned by the wealthy Tallifer family. But the problem is brewing in the form of a prolonged feud with local businessman Brent Hordern. Resenting the way Tallifers use their new money, and decided to marry their daughter Jenny, Horder swore to attend the ball at all costs.

A Daughter of Witches - ebook/epub
A Daughter of Witches - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Mina the daughter of an unholy union a mermaid taken by one of the evil Dark Ones. Helping save the Commander-in-Chief of the Legion John, she showed herself to be a potentially dangerous weapon susceptible to darkness in her own blood. Now, for the common good, Jonah has angels watching her...

The House of Mirth - ebook/epub
The House of Mirth - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Is Lily Bart a victim of circumstance or an agent of her own destruction? Edith Whartons acutely observed novel poses this question as it follows Lilys tragic path through the country houses, card tables and drawing rooms of New Yorks beau monde at the turn of the 20th century. Impoverished but well-born, Lily realizes a secure future depends on her acquiring a wealthy husband. Her desire for a comfortable life means that she will not marry for...

The Marne. A Tale of the War - ebook/epub
The Marne. A Tale of the War - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

American writer Edith Wharton is known for her novels of manners set in old New York; yet much of her adult life was spent in France. She lived in Paris throughout World War I and was heavily involved in refugee work. She was a hugely successful writer and the first woman ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for her novel The Age of Innocence. In this 1918 novella, we are introduced to the story of 15-year-old Troy Belknap who is from a wealthy family...

The Reef - ebook/epub
The Reef - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

This is Whartons fifth novel. It is considered, together with the previous Ethan Frome and the subsequent The Custom of the Country, as partly autobiographical. Young diplomat George Darrow is on his way to meet Anna Leath, an old girlfriend who is now a widow with a young daughter and a grown stepson. When Anna abruptly postpones their rendezvous without explanation, Darrow concludes that she is no longer interested in him...

The Touchstone - ebook/epub
The Touchstone - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Glennard had never thought himself a hero; but he had been certain that he was incapable of baseness. The central character, Stephen Glennard, sells for publication the private letters of a former, deceased lover, who had become a famous writer, so that he can finance his marriage to the girl he loves. The letters are a success, and he is able to be married. But when the guilt becomes unbearable and he confesses his transgression to his new wife...

The Hermit and the Wild Woman and Other Stories - ebook/epub
The Hermit and the Wild Woman and Other Stories - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Seven short stories from the prolific Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist Edith Wharton. With a wide variety of protagonists a cloistered monk to a struggling artist to a Governor to a New England lawyers wife she is flexing her writing muscles and trying on personas. Includes The Last Asset, In Trust, The Pretext, The Verdict, The Pot-Boiler, and The Best Man. In the title story, the reader learns that the hermit...

The Greater Inclination - ebook/epub
The Greater Inclination - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

This is Edith Whartons earliest published collection of 8 short stories (1899). A selection consists: Muses Tragedy: Unrequited love between a poet and his muse. The Journey: A woman journeys with her ailing husband. The Pelican: A woman supports her son. Souls Belated: The pressure put on couples to marry. A Coward: A man recounts his cowardice past. The Twilight of the God: Past lovers meet under a husbands eye...

The Fruit of the Tree - ebook/epub
The Fruit of the Tree - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Published in 1907, this little novel by the author of The Age of Innocence was considered controversial for its frank treatment of labor and industrial conditions, drug addiction, mercy killing, divorce, and second marriages. Clever, idealistic and poor John Amherst, the assistant manager of the cotton mill, is fed up with the deplorable working and living conditions of the workers in his charge...

The Descent of Man and Other Stories - ebook/epub
The Descent of Man and Other Stories - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

The Descent of Man and Other Stories is the third collection of ten short fiction from Edith Wharton, first published in 1904. It includes the title piece Descent of Man, as well as The Other Two, Expiation, The Ladys Maids Bell, The Mission of Jane, The Reckoning, The Letter, The Dilettante, The Quicksand, and A Venetian Nights Entertainment. Wharton dissecting some of the customs, habits and vagaries of courtship and marriage...

The Custom of the Country - ebook/epub
The Custom of the Country - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Edith Whartons 1913 novel is a devastating critique of American upward mobility, told through the journey of Undine Spragg from fictional Midwestern Apex City to New York to Paris. Undine Spragg is one of the most ruthless characters in all of literature, as selfishly unscrupulous as she is fiercely beautiful. As Undine climbs the social ladder through a series of marriages and affairs, she shows little concern for who she has to step on to get...

The Glimpses of the Moon - ebook/epub
The Glimpses of the Moon - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Set in the 1920s, Glimpses of the Moon details the romantic misadventures of Nick Lansing and Susy Branch, a couple with the right connections but not much in the way of funds. They are in love and decide to marry, but realize their chances of happiness are slim without the wealth and society that their more privileged friends take for granted. Nick and Susy agree to separate when either encounters a more eligible proposition...

Tales of Men and Ghosts - ebook/epub
Tales of Men and Ghosts - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

In 1921, Edith Wharton became the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize, earning the award for The Age of Innocence. But Wharton also wrote several other novels, as well as poems and short stories that made her not only famous but popular among her contemporaries. Tales of Men and Ghosts (1910) consists of ten masterful ghost stories that listed here in chronological order of their original publication dates: The Bolted Door...

Sanctuary - ebook/epub
Sanctuary - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Kate Orme is a young woman whose illusions of marital bliss are shattered when she comes face to face with the dark secret harbored by her fiancé, the wealthy and deceptively ebullient Denis. Kate decides to go ahead and by societys willingness to overlook such transgressions, nevertheless marries him. Years later, her son faces a moral crisis similar to the one that showed her his fathers moral weakness...

The Age of Innocence - ebook/epub
The Age of Innocence - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

One of Edith Whartons most famous novels the first by a woman to win the Pulitzer Prize exquisitely details a tragic struggle between love and responsibility during the sumptuous Golden Age of Old New York, a time when society people dreaded scandal more than disease. Newland Archer, a restrained young attorney, is engaged to the lovely May Welland but falls in love with Mays beautiful and unconventional cousin...

Madame de Treymes - ebook/epub
Madame de Treymes - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Even a short novel like Madame de Treymes shows you what a masterful writer Edith Wharton was. It is a captivating portrait of turn-of-the-century American and French culture. Inspired by Whartons own entré into Parisian society in 1906 and reminiscent of the works of Henry James, it tells the story of two young innocents abroad: Fanny Frisbee of New York, unhappily married to the dissolute Marquis de Malrive...

Summer - ebook/epub
Summer - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

Considered by some to be her finest work, Edith Whartons Summer created a sensation when first published in 1917, as it was one of the first novels to deal honestly with a young womans sexual awakening. Seventeen-year-old Charity Royall is desperate to escape life with her hard-drinking adoptive father. Their isolated village stifles her, and his behavior increasingly disturbs her. When a young city architect Lucius Harney visits for the summer...

The Mark of Cain - ebook/epub
The Mark of Cain - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

In this edge-of-your-seat thriller, renowned mystery writer Carolyn Wells strays from the enclaves of the well-to-do that usually serve as the settings for her novels and introduces elements of gritty street life. When the body of Rowland Trowbridge, a successful businessman, is found in a remote corner of Van Cortlandt Park, it initially appeared to be a robbery gone wrong. The dead mans last words were Cain killed me...

The Curved Blades - ebook/epub
The Curved Blades - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

If you like Agatha Christie, or Henry James, or simply search for an author whose writing and characters youll enjoy, look no farther than Wells Fleming Stone Mysteries. In this one, wealthy but ornery heiress Lucy Carrington is found dead in her home following a spat with her niece, one of the two heirs to her fortune. With police baffled, master criminologist Fleming Stone is called in. But in a romantic twist...

The Emily Emmins Papers - ebook/epub
The Emily Emmins Papers - ebook/epub
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Ventigo Media

A humorous account of a trip to London and brief sojourn in that city and its vicinity. It includes: A Ticket to Europe, Crossing the Atlantic, In EnglandNow! , Mayfair in the Fair Month of May, A Hostess at Home, The Light on Burnss Brow, Certain Social Uncertainties, A Sentimental Journey, All in a Garden Fair, I Went and Ranged about to Many Churches, Piccadilly Circus and its Environs, The Game of Going On...

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