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Book Comparison: Mark, Silverblatt, Linebaugh, Rediker

The books by Mark, Silverblatt, and Linebaugh and Rediker all put a very strong emphasis on the importance of presenting world history in a class sensitive way that acknowledges the difference between the poor, lower class, versus the powerful, hierarchy. This class sensitive approach varies some what between the three books, but the main focus Read More

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Jonathan Livingston Seagull

Richard Bach was born in 1936 in Oak Park, Ill. Grand son of JS Bach the great composer. He attended Long Beach State College (now California State University, Long Beach) in 1955. An airplane pilot, he got married with his first wife and had six children, then divorced and left his family in part because Read More

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Sunwing

This book is the epic sequel to the first book, Sunwing, which is an outstanding story of how a colony of Silverwing bats loose their home to a colony of owls, and they make their way south to their hibernation grounds. In the first book, Shade a newborn is undersize and weak, and during their Read More

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Come to Mecca

‘Come to Mecca’ is a colletion of short stories written by Farrukh Dhondy focusing on the racism in Britian. Dhondy tries to show the image of the new generation especailly the young generation. The language he used in the stories is natural to show city’s people behaviour towards each other. All of his stories mainly Read More

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Execution By Hunger

Miron Dolot’s book, Execution By Hunger, is a detailed account as seen through the eyes of a true survivor during the reign of Stalin and the Soviet Union between 1929-1933. In his accounts, he portrays atrocities against human civilization while documenting his real life experiences and those of his fellow Ukrainian village farmers. He portrays Read More

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Molly Moons Incredible Book of Hypnotism

In the very beginning of the book Molly Moons Incredible Book of Hypnotism we are introduced to Molly Moon. Molly Moon is an orphan who lives at the deteriorating old Hardwick House Orphanage in Briersville. Later on she leaves this sleepy town for New York. She and her best friend Rocky were both dropped off Read More