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A Sense-of-Wonderful Century

A Sense-of-Wonderful Century


Explorations of Science Fiction and Fantasy Films This book gathers together many of the illuminating essays on science fiction and fantasy film penned by a major critic in the SF field. The pieces are roughly organized in the chronological order of when the movies and television programs being discussed first appeared, with essays providing more general overviews clustered near the beginning...   [click here for more]
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Armida & Amadis & Roland: Three Opera Librettos

Armida & Amadis & Roland: Three Opera Librettos


In these three librettos, Philippe Quinault turns from classical opera to medieval legends--Renaud and Armida, Amadis and Oriana, and Angelica and Roland--exploring the tensions between love and glory. As usual, the dramatist relates his stories deftly with classic simplicity. In these adaptions of traditional medieval stories of romance, enchantment, monsters, and magic, either the heroine (Armida...   [click here for more]
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Bathilda: A Play in Three Acts

Bathilda: A Play in Three Acts


Adapted by Alexandre Dumas from a script by Auguste Maquet, BATHILDA tells the story of a woman who's raped by Marcel, and becomes his lover for a time. After she leaves him and moves to Paris, she meets Deworde, her deceased spouse's nephew, and plans to marry him. But Marcel pursues her, determined that if he can't have her, no one else will either. He plays a cat-and-mouse game with Bathilda,...   [click here for more]
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BlueRose and Other Chapbooks

BlueRose and Other Chapbooks


Originally ephemeral pamphlets sold by traveling peddlers, or "chap-men," chapbooks have enjoyed a long and illustrious history, surviving in print form from the sixteenth century until today--in fact, much contemporary poetry has first appeared in small-press chapbooks, most frequently folded sheets stapled in the crease. BlueRose compiles ten chapbooks by Michael R. Collings, with publication...   [click here for more]
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Bohemia; or, La Bohème: A Play in Five Acts

Bohemia; or, La Bohème: A Play in Five Acts


Henry Murger wrote a series of popular short stories in the late 1840s describing the poverty of the young artists of his generation in Paris, basing them on his personal experiences. These were adapted for the stage by Théodore Barrière in 1857. The play follows the fortunes of several young people, including Marcel (a painter), Musette (his promiscuous lover), Rodolphe (a writer), and Mimi (his...   [click here for more]
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Cadmus and Hermione and "Perseus": Two Plays

Cadmus and Hermione and "Perseus": Two Plays


Philippe Quinault (1635-1688) was the highest paid and most respected French librettist of his day, considered the equal of Racine. His libretti can be read as lyrical dramas without the music. The two plays included in this collection are retellings of the ancient legends of the Gods by the Roman poet Ovid. In Cadmus and Hermione, Cadmus, the founder of Thebes, rescues Hermione, daughter of Venus...   [click here for more]
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Candide: A Play in Five Acts

Candide: A Play in Five Acts


Voltaire's classic novel CANDIDE has been adapted many times through many different forms of media, but this 20th-century dramatic version is one of the best. Voltaire's story endures because the character of Candide is capable of being moved to any time or place, and still be understood--and enjoyed--by a brand new audience. In an irrational world where only diehard optimists like Dr. Pangloss can...   [click here for more]
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Casper Hauser: A Play in Four Acts

Casper Hauser: A Play in Four Acts


In 1828 a young man in rags appeared in the German city of Nurnberg, saying that he'd been kept isolated in a dungeon all of his life. Was he the bastard offshoot of some noble or royal family, secreted away to preserve the honor of the house? Within a few months he was dead under mysterious circumstances, his mystery still unsolved. CASPER HAUSER uses the uproar caused by Hauser's emergence to...   [click here for more]
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Castor and Pollux: An Opera Libretto

Castor and Pollux: An Opera Libretto


In CASTOR AND POLLUX, by Pierre Bernard, one of the twins from ancient myth attempts to rescue his brother from the underworld. The freshness and charm of this French dramatization is remarkable. Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, ePub and Mobi (Kindle) versions of the book. ...   [click here for more]
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Cyrano and Molière: Five Plays by or About Molière

Cyrano and Molière: Five Plays by or About Molière


After his death, Molière was gradually recognized in France as that country's most important dramatist. Along with this realization came a desire to write plays ABOUT the writer, his life on the stage, and his interaction with the other dramatists of his age, and also with King Louis XIV. Even Alexandre Dumas featured Molière as a character in his historical play, The Young Louis XIV. Molière himself...   [click here for more]
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Dante's Inferno: The Divine Comedy, Book One

Dante's Inferno: The Divine Comedy, Book One


In his introduction, the translator says: "I suppose that a very great majority of English-speaking people, if they were asked to name the greatest epic poet of the Christian era in Western Europe, would answer Dante." THE DIVINE COMEDY continues to be widely read today, whether for its religious inspiration or for the sheer power of its verse. The first part of the epic, THE INFERNO, tells how the...   [click here for more]
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Diary of a D.A.

Diary of a D.A.


"Contains the most fascinating true crime story I have ever read." --Earl Stanley Gardner Crime, criminals, and their prosecution and punishment, have, from the day Cain slew Abel and the Supreme Law Enforcer dealt with the first fratricide, provoked the interest, aroused the passions, and puzzled the minds of men. Because tales of dark deeds are quick to catch attention and stark sensationalism...   [click here for more]
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Doctor Scratch and Other Plays

Doctor Scratch and Other Plays


Three French comedies revolving around marriage, misidentification, medicine--and money! DOCTOR SCRATCH, by Noël le Breton, is a clever and hilarious farce, in which love becomes hopelessly entangled in the attempts by the characters to improve their declining financial situations. THE SERVANT PROBLEM, by Alain-René Lesage, the well-known novelist, two criminals manage to insert themselves...   [click here for more]
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Fathers and Sons: A Play in Five Acts

Fathers and Sons: A Play in Five Acts


Based on Ivan Turgenev's novel of the same name, Frank J. Morlock's new play clearly dramatizes the societal divisions in mid-nineteenth-century Russia, deftly contrasting the defenders of the old regime with the younger generation of no-nonsense nihilists who will eventually succeed them. Nicolai and Pavel represent the older values (Nicolai softly, Pavel somewhat rigidly), while the two youths, Arkady...   [click here for more]
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Faust: A Play in XIV Scenes

Faust: A Play in XIV Scenes


French dramatist Adolphe d'Ennery (1811-1899) follows the Faust story originally developed by Goethe, but with a leavening of humor that the German playwright lacked. Especially entertaining is the character of the female demon Sulphurine, who's created by Faust's servant Wagner to be his slave. Needless to say, this she-devil is no one's mistress! Faust initially repels the advances of Mephistopheles,...   [click here for more]
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From Rags to Ricketts and Other Essays on Circus History

From Rags to Ricketts and Other Essays on Circus History


William L. Slout, circus historian par excellence, here provides six essays on the development of the American circus. "From Rags to Ricketts: The Roots of Circus in Early Gotham" looks at the beginnings of circus entertainment in old New York City during the eighteenth century. "The Great Roman Hippodrome of 1874: P. T. Barnum's 'Crowning Effort'" describes the great showman's grand experiment: the...   [click here for more]
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H. P. Lovecraft: The Decline of the West

H. P. Lovecraft: The Decline of the West


The author writes: This book began as an expansion of my essay, "H. P. Lovecraft: The Decline of the West," in The Weird Tale, but very quickly became something quite different, to the degree that the two works have little save the title in common. I have always been interested in Lovecraft the philosopher, and in my Starmont Reader's Guide to Lovecraft (1982) I attempted a very compressed...   [click here for more]
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I Never Cheat on My Husband: A Play in Three Acts

I Never Cheat on My Husband: A Play in Three Acts


Georges Feydeau (1862-1921) wrote some 60 comedies, farces, and comic monologues; I Never Cheat on My Husband was one of his last productions (1914). Often considered the greatest French comic genius sinceMolière, Feydeau wrote frequently about the relations between men and women in modern society. In this play, the professional artist and sexual predator, Saint Franquet, begins his pursuit...   [click here for more]
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In Leviathan's Belly: Essays for a Counter-Revolutionary Time

In Leviathan's Belly: Essays for a Counter-Revolutionary Time


The waters are rising--everywhere--and most of England is inundated by the surge, leaving isolated pockets of mankind to fight for survival--and for civilization! ...   [click here for more]
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Isle of Slaves and Other Plays

Isle of Slaves and Other Plays


Here are three French plays from the Enlightenment Period dealing with the subject of slavery. ISLE OF SLAVES, by Pierre de Marivaux, is the longest and most challenging of the three. It postulates an island in the ancient Greek world where the slaves have revolted and seized power, killing all of their former masters and declaring their independence. Now, any "masters" shipwrecked on their island...   [click here for more]
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Jurgen: A Play in Three Acts

Jurgen: A Play in Three Acts


Based on the bestselling novel by James Branch Cabell, Jurgen is a philosophical fantasy in the manner of Candide, which strings together the hero's sexual adventures into an ironic and satirical commentary on life and sex. During his travels through space and time, Jurgen encounters a number of different characters from history, and always manages to escape his follies, relying on his natural attractive...   [click here for more]
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Justine: A Play in Four Acts Based on the Novel by The Marquis de Sade

Justine: A Play in Four Acts Based on the Novel by The Marquis de Sade


Based on the Marquis de Sade's infamous novel of the same name, this new dramatic version of JUSTINE closely follows the original story, both in spirit and in action. De Sade, with his relentless logic, attempts to prove that "virtue" as practiced by most people actually contradicts nature. The innocent maiden Justine suffers one humiliation and setback after another in her futile quest to preserve...   [click here for more]
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L'Assommoir: A Play in Five Acts

L'Assommoir: A Play in Five Acts


Émile Zola (1840-1902) was one of France's greatest novelists of the nineteenth century, being most famous as a writer for Nana (the story of a courtesan), and in the political world for his role in exposing the frame-up of Captain Dreyfus. However, he had limited success as a dramatist until he partnered with William Busnach, an Algerian Jew. This adaptation of the Zola novel of the same name is...   [click here for more]
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Lines from Collings Hill: Poems, Journal Entries, and Selected Life Records

Lines from Collings Hill: Poems, Journal Entries, and Selected Life Records


"During her long life, NELLIE HUNT COLLINGS (1883-1961) kept copious journals detailing life on a small Idaho farm. Interspersed with those entries were bits of poetry, most relating to the things that were central to her--family and community. She celebrated the small things in verses that spoke from her heart to the hearts of those she loved. At times, she notes, during the harsh winters, she might...   [click here for more]
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Lorenzino: A Play in Five Acts

Lorenzino: A Play in Five Acts


This powerful, eloquent play moves like a Greek tragedy to its inevitable conclusion. Dumas's drama is based on an actual event--the assassination of Duke Alexander of Medici in 1537 by his cousin, Lorenzo. Lorenzino lures his relative to a trap under the pretext of providing him with a woman. He gets close to the Duke by pandering to his lusts, just so that he'll have the opportunity to kill him....   [click here for more]
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Madame Bovary: A Play in Three Acts

Madame Bovary: A Play in Three Acts


Based on the classic novel by Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary tells the tale of Emma Bovary, who is romantic by nature, and believes herself the equal of the heroines depicted in the romantic novels she reads. When she moves to a rural town in France, she finds herself utterly bored by country and small-town life. Although her husband is a good man, Emma has no respect for him. Eventually she takes...   [click here for more]
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Oblomov: A Play in Three Acts

Oblomov: A Play in Three Acts


Based on a novel by the Russian writer Ivan Goncharov, this dramatic comedy features his eponymous hero, Oblomov. A young man of considerable decency and kindness (with a "soul as clear as crystal"), Oblomov has fallen into such a state of lethargy that he resists even getting out of bed, finding every excuse possible to do absolutely nothing. All the efforts of his male and female friends to energize...   [click here for more]
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Odes and Sonnets

Odes and Sonnets


Long before the association with "Weird Tales" magazine and H.P. Lovecraft that led to his enduring fame, Clark Ashton Smith was a well-regarded regional poet whose tastes ran to the romantic and the fantastic. This collection of poems -- originally published in 1918 -- presents some of his best early work. Note: This digital edition includes the ePub and Mobi (Kindle)...   [click here for more]
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Old Creole Days: A Play in Three Acts

Old Creole Days: A Play in Three Acts


The nineteenth-century Southern writer (George Washington Cable) who wrote the stories on which this play is based was born in New Orleans, and the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of that great city impregnates all his work, and gives him a cast of eccentric and memorable characters worthy of Dickens. Dramatist Frank J. Morlock centers the action of his play around the Café des Exilés in the...   [click here for more]
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Olympias; and, The Temple of Glory: Two Plays

Olympias; and, The Temple of Glory: Two Plays


OLYMPIAS is one of Voltaire's most powerful tragedies. It's based on the suspicion that King Alexander the Great was poisoned, and left an infant daughter, Olympias, by his Persian wife Statira, daughter of the last Persian king. Olympias was raised by Cassander, son of King Antipater of Macedon, who's also tried to murder Statira (although she survived, unbeknownst to him). Now Cassader has succeeded...   [click here for more]
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Penelope: An Opera Libretto

Penelope: An Opera Libretto


PENELOPE, by Jean-François Marmontel, tells the story of Ulysses' return to Ithaca after his long journey home from Troy, and how he takes revenge on the boorish suitors of his wife, Penelope, who have browbeaten her for years. The freshness and charm of this French dramatization is remarkable. Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, ePub and Mobi (Kindle) versions...   [click here for more]
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Peter and Alexis: A Play in Four Acts Based on the Novel by Dmitry Merezhkovsky

Peter and Alexis: A Play in Four Acts Based on the Novel by Dmitry Merezhkovsky


Based on the novel by Russian writer Dmitry Merezhkovsky (1867-1941), Morlock's dramatic adaptation tells the tragic story of Russian Tsar Peter the Great's conflict with his only surviving son and heir, Tsarevitch Alexis. Peter, an autocrat who was determined to modernize Russia at all costs, dealt brutally with any opposition--but found his most stubborn and potent resistance in his own home in the...   [click here for more]
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Polonius: A Political Farce in Two Acts

Polonius: A Political Farce in Two Acts


First performed in Galati, Romania, in 1996, Victor Cilinca's Polonius is a play of political machination, social aspiration, treachery, and self-deception, set during the events of Hamlet. The play's relevance has escalated since it was first performed, with its barbed commentary on the media's role in shaping our society being more incisive now than ever before. Translated into English by Petru Iamandi...   [click here for more]
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Queen Margot: A Play in Five Acts

Queen Margot: A Play in Five Acts


Written in 1847, while Dumas was at the height of his powers, this play recounts the events leading up to the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre of the French Huguenots--and the subsequent death of King Charles IX. The playwright focuses on the people inadvertently caught up in the slaughter--which, once started, cannot be repressed. By following the fate of two nobles, the Catholic Count Coconnas and...   [click here for more]
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Sappho: An Opera Libretto

Sappho: An Opera Libretto


Émile Augier presents the story of SAPPHO, another tragedy set in classical times, full of betrayal and self-sacrifice. Ancient Greek drama had much in common with modern opera, emphasizing story lines that have been simplified to focus very tightly on particular emotional themes. The freshness and charm of this French dramatization is remarkable. Note: This digital edition...   [click here for more]
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Saving the Queen: A Comedy of Cape and Sword

Saving the Queen: A Comedy of Cape and Sword


Well-known French writer Théophile Gautier and Bernard Lopez combine their talents in this send-up of the cloak-and-sword dramas so popular with the Romantics. When the Spanish Queen's horse runs away with her, two unknown caballeros rescue Elizabeth from certain death--despite the fact that Spanish law prohibits anyone but the King and her closest attendants from touching her. But the Queen is not...   [click here for more]
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Shadwell's Restoration Comedy: A Play in Three Acts

Shadwell's Restoration Comedy: A Play in Three Acts


Thomas Shadwell (1642-1692) wrote a number of comic plays during his life. His drama featured broadly-based, coarse humor, and is filled with crude-but-vibrant characters drawn from the streets of Restoration London, individuals such as sharpers, whores, and eccentrics. His work is essentially plotless, but reeks with the odor of real people. Frank J. Morlock has created a composite drama (with plot!)...   [click here for more]
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Slaves of the Death Spiders and Other Essays on Fantastic Literature

Slaves of the Death Spiders and Other Essays on Fantastic Literature


Acclaimed author and scholar Brian Stableford turns his penetrating mind to matters of science fiction, fantasy, and horror in this collection of essays. He covers such diverse topics as: SLAVES OF THE DEATH SPIDERS: Colin Wilson and Existentialist Science Fiction IS THERE NO BALM IN GILEAD?: The Woeful Prophecies of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale A FEW MORE CROCODILE TEARS?: Gwyneth...   [click here for more]
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Sylvandire: A Play in Four Acts

Sylvandire: A Play in Four Acts


In 1844-45, while Alexandre Dumas was working on his two classic novels, The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo, he found time to write a play called Sylvandire. A young provincial, Roger Tancred d'Anguilem, arrives in Paris to fight a legal battle for a huge inheritance. His opponent is an Indian called Afghano, who has bribed the judges. The case appears lost until Roger's approached...   [click here for more]
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The Art and Craft of Poetry: Twenty Exercises Toward Mastery

The Art and Craft of Poetry: Twenty Exercises Toward Mastery


Polished over 20 years of use at the university level, this book combines Professor Collings's lucid instruction with practical exercises to introduce beginners to poetry, and to encourage more practiced poets to expand their horizons. Twenty poetic exercises that will strengthen and hone your craft! Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, ePub and Mobi (Kindle) version of...   [click here for more]
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The Battleship Book: A Legend of Ethshar

The Battleship Book: A Legend of Ethshar


From the moment when the launching of HMS Dreadnought made every capital ship in the world obsolete overnight, we have been fascinated with these powerful surface combatants. Here Robert M. Farley looks at the history and folklore that makes these ships enduring symbols of national power—and sometimes national futility. From Arizona to Yamato, here are more than sixty lavishly illustrated...   [click here for more]
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The Corsican Brothers: A Play in Three Acts

The Corsican Brothers: A Play in Three Acts


This adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas tale tells the story of two brothers, born as Siamese twins, but separated not long after birth. They're raised by two different families, but are still able to "feel" the emotions of the other, even at a distance. On the island of Corsica they become entwined in the long-running feud between the Orlandi and the Colonnas--a dispute that had its beginnings in a...   [click here for more]
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The Death of Caesar: A Play in Three Acts

The Death of Caesar: A Play in Three Acts


Voltaire's The Death of Caesar (Mort de César, 1735) is often erroneously described as a reworking of the first three acts of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Instead, Voltaire rewrote the text in its entirety, using a different approach that focuses on the act of tyrannicide, with the complication that Caesar has revealed to Brutus that the latter is actually his son. Brutus is an ardent republican...   [click here for more]
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The Gold Thieves: A Play in Five Acts

The Gold Thieves: A Play in Five Acts


Dr. Ivans, unable to make a living in London, migrates with his two daughters to Australia, where he hopes to make his fortune; one of his girls, Melida, is forced to leave her suitor, Williams, behind. Arriving in Australia, Ivans finds himself unable to improve his fortune--he's too willing to help the poor, and has a good reputation for charitable works. Then a group of gold miners, a motley crew...   [click here for more]
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The King of Rome: A Play in Five Acts

The King of Rome: A Play in Five Acts


Charles Desnoyer (1806-1858) and Léon Beauvallet (1828-1885) were French playwrights of the mid-nineteenth century. THE KING OF ROME focuses on the Emperor Napoleon's only son, the Duke of Reichstadt, who was held a captive by his maternal grandfather, the Emperor of Austria. Fearing that he would emulate his father or be used by a Napoleonic conspiracy to capture the French throne, the Duke was kept...   [click here for more]
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The Mad Marquis: A Play in Five Acts

The Mad Marquis: A Play in Five Acts


Written in 1836, this collaborative play is based on a real-life incident, using the actual names of the principals involved. The young Marquis de Brunoy is snubbed at the French Royal Court of Versailles because his father, a financier, had been ennobled for his great wealth. After having to fight several duels to defend his honor, the Marquis strikes back by disregarding his rank and wealth, and...   [click here for more]
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The Princess Casamassima: A Play in Five Acts

The Princess Casamassima: A Play in Five Acts


Based on the 1885 novel by Henry James, this play tells the story of Hyacinth Robinson, the bastard son of a French woman and an English lord. Robinson has become a bookbinder in the London working-class slums. He embraces radicalism, and joins a conspiracy of anarchists plotting to assassinate high-ranking members of the establishment. But when he's actually given a terrorist mission to carry out,...   [click here for more]
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The Pursuit of God (with Additional Annotations)

The Pursuit of God (with Additional Annotations)


Aiden Wilson Tozer (1897-1963) was an American Christian pastor, preacher, author, magazine editor, and spiritual mentor. For his work, he received two honorary doctorate degrees. His classic Christian work, The Pursuit of God, covers: 1. Following Hard After God 2. The Blessedness of Possessing Nothing 3. Removing the Veil 4. Apprehending God 5. The Universal Presence 6. The Speaking Voice...   [click here for more]
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The Queen's Necklace: A Play in Five Acts

The Queen's Necklace: A Play in Five Acts


While French writer Alexandre Dumas is best-known for The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo, many critics consider his Marie-Antoinette novels to be his greatest achievement. Indeed, he was working on a dramatization of The Queen's Necklace at the time of his death in 1870. This was never published, but French playwright Pierre Decourcelle then produced his own version of this work. A...   [click here for more]
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The Red and the Black: A Play in Three Acts Based on the Novel by Stendhal

The Red and the Black: A Play in Three Acts Based on the Novel by Stendhal


Based on the novel by Stendhal (Henri Beyle, 1783-1842), The Red and the Black tells the story of Julien Sorel, a talented and ambitious young peasant. Sorel manages to cynically and hypocritically manipulate those around him to gain a position as a secretary with a prominent Marquis--and to seduce his employer's beautiful daughter, Mathilde. But he doesn't love Mathilde--doesn't love anyone, really--and...   [click here for more]
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