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The Canadian Writer’s Market
19th Edition
The Essential Guide for Freelance Writers
Updated by Heidi Waechtler
McClelland & Stewart
2013

The Canadian Writer’s Market

19th Edition

The Essential Guide for Freelance Writers

Updated by Heidi Waechtler

McClelland & Stewart

2013

Life, Death, and Entertainment in the Roman Empire
Edited by D S Potter & D J Mattingly
University of Michigan Press
1999

Life, Death, and Entertainment in the Roman Empire

Edited by D S Potter & D J Mattingly

University of Michigan Press

1999

Frank Frazetta: Art and Remembrances
Frank Frazetta, Jr
Hermes Press
2013

Frank Frazetta: Art and Remembrances

Frank Frazetta, Jr

Hermes Press

2013

Blood In The Arena
The Spectacle of Roman Power
Alison Futrell
University of Texas Press
1997

Blood In The Arena

The Spectacle of Roman Power

Alison Futrell

University of Texas Press

1997

migellito:

cover: George Barr

brudesworld:

Rowena Morrill, 1978

brudesworld:

Rowena Morrill, 1978

ubu507:

Published by: Chariot Books, 1959

The British Museum

books0977:

Lady Geraldine’s Courtship: A Romance of the Age. Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861). New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1907.
DEAR my friend and fellow-student, I would lean my spirit o’er you! Down the purple of this chamber tears should scarcely run at will. I am humbled who was humble. Friend, I bow my head before you:You should lead me to my peasants; but their faces are too still. 

books0977:

Lady Geraldine’s Courtship: A Romance of the Age. Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861). New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1907.

DEAR my friend and fellow-student, I would lean my spirit o’er you! 
Down the purple of this chamber tears should scarcely run at will. 
I am humbled who was humble. Friend, I bow my head before you:
You should lead me to my peasants; but their faces are too still. 

ubu507:

I may say, as an additional argument in favor of this story, that it is one of Hercule Poirot’s favorite cases. His friend, Captain Hastings, however, when Poirot described it to him, considered it very dull! I wonder with which of them my readers will agree.
— Agatha Christie
Reprinted 1952

ubu507:

I may say, as an additional argument in favor of this story, that it is one of Hercule Poirot’s favorite cases. His friend, Captain Hastings, however, when Poirot described it to him, considered it very dull! I wonder with which of them my readers will agree.

Agatha Christie

Reprinted 1952