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Mozart, The Man and the Artist, As Revealed in His Own Words;

By: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791; Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923; Kerst, Friedrich, B. 1870
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Mothers Attitudes Toward Cotton and Other Fibers in Childrens Ligh...

By: L. Yvonne Clayton
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Lessons on Clothing

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La Marchande de Modes de Marie-Antoinette : Rose Bertin

Fashion -- France 18th century ; Fashion designers -- France

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Jazz Masters of the Twenties

By: Richard Hadlock
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Jazz Its Evolution and Essence

By: Andre Hodeir
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Jack London's What Life Means to Me.

By: London, Jack, 1876-1916
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The Iliad and the Odyssey

By: Williams, Marcia, 1945; Homer. Odyssey; Homer. Iliad

Trojan War ; Mythology, Greek ; Cartoons and comics ; Odysseus (Greek mythology) : Retells these classic Greek myths in a comic strip format characterized by irreverent humor

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Handbook of Musical Statistics Published by Boston Musical Bureau

By: Boston Musical Bureau, Boston Musical Bureau
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History of the American Card-Clothing Industry

By: Henry Grattan Kittredge, Arthur Corbin Gould
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Home Dressmaking and the Art of Good Dressing

By: De Barras, Easton
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A History of the Boston Base Ball Club : A Concise and Accurate Hi...

By: Carver, Robin
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The History of Fashion in France, Or, The Dress of Women from the ...

By: Challamel, Augustin, 1818-1894, Hoey, Frances Cashel, 1830-1908, Lillie, John

Faulk County (S.D.) -- Biography

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National Endowment for the Arts

By: U.S. Department of Education

Excerpt: A MESSAGE TO PARENTS ?The arts are, above all, the special language of children, who, even before they learn to speak, respond intuitively to dance, music, and color,? Dr. Ernest Boyer, former U.S. Commissioner of Education and president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching once stated. The magic of finding a new way of communicating, a new way of envisioning the world, is one of the most exciting discoveries that children make. Children ne...

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Progress of the American Woman

By: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Fiction

Excerpt: An article, by Flora McDonald Thompson, entitled Retrogression of the American Woman, which was published in the November number of the REVIEW, contains many startling assertions, which, if true, would be the despair of philosophers. The title itself contradicts the facts of the last half century. When machinery entered the home, to relieve woman's hands of the multiplicity of her labors, a new walk in life became inevitable for her. When our grandmothers made b...

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Anna Karenina

By: Leo Tolstoy

Excerpt: Part I, Chapter 1; HAPPY families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Everything was in confusion in the Oblonskys? house. The wife had discovered that the husband was carrying on an intrigue with a French girl, who had been a governess in their family, and she had announced to her husband that she could not go on living in the same house with him. This position of affairs had now lasted three days, and not only the husband and wife th...

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A Standard for the Transmission of Ip Datagrams Over Ieee 802 Networks

By: J. Postel

Technical Reference Publication

Introduction: The goal of this specification is to allow compatible and interoperable implementations for transmitting IP datagrams and ARP requests and replies. To achieve this it may be necessary in a few cases to limit the use that IP and ARP make of the capabilities of a particular IEEE 802 standard.

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Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Bwv. 538

By: Johann Sebastian Bach

Classical Sheet Music

Excerpt: .

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Anti-Grav Unlimited

By: Duncan Long

Excerpt: I drove up the gravel shoulder to the edge of the highway and held my steering wheel as the giant vehicle trained its guns on me. I tried to look friendly. I gave a quick wave to go with my biggest, fake smile. As the road train thundered past, the gun crew waved back and then I held on as my van rocked in the wash of the twenty-six car chain of gray and black composite.

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Beyond World's End

By: Mercedes Lackey and Rosemary Edghill

Excerpt: One: the parting of friends ?are you sure you really want to do this?? Beth asked eric for roughly the five hundredth time in the past month.

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