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The Hour Glass - 'What do you know about wisdom?''

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Nobody A Comedy - 'Authors are poor; no happy hours have they''

Mary Robinson

The Land of Heart's Desire - 'When but the moons of marriage dawn and die''

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The Countess Cathleen - 'She'd sleep that trouble away—''

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Idiom Attack Vol 1: Everyday Living (Korean Edition) - English Idioms for ESL Learners: With 300+ Idioms in 25 Themed Chapters w free MP3 at IdiomAttackcom

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Short Stories For Spanish Learner at Beginner Level - How to Improve Your Spanish Easy and Quickly

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Short Stories For Spanish Learner at Intermediate Level - How To Improve Your Spanish Easy and Quickly

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The Art of Public Speaking

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Complex Lexical Units - Compounds and Multi-Word Expressions

Barbara Schlücker

The Two Cultures of English - Literature Composition and the Moment of Rhetoric

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The Revenge - or A Match in Newgate

Aphra Behn

The Debauchee - or The Credulous Cuckold

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The Elements of Style: Grammar Workbook

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Love in Several Masques - "All nature wears one universal grin"

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The Welsh Opera - "Without adversity a person hardly knows whether they are honest or not"

Henry Fielding

The Fathers - "Make money your god and it will plague you like the devil"

Henry Fielding

The Miser - "Wine is a turncoat; first a friend and then an enemy"

Henry Fielding

The Author's Farce - "Neither great poverty nor great riches will hear reason"

Henry Fielding

The Temple Beau - "Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea"

Henry Fielding

Rape Upon Rape - "If you make money your god it will plague you like the devil"

Henry Fielding

The Wedding Day - "Conscience - the only incorruptible thing about us"

Henry Fielding

The Lottery - "What's vice today may be virtue tomorrow"

Henry Fielding

The Covent-Garden Tragedy - "All nature wears one universal grin"

Henry Fielding

The Intriguing Chambermaid - "What's vice today may be virtue tomorrow"

Henry Fielding

Understanding Thai Culture Through American Eyes

William Drake

Understanding Dutch Culture Through American Eyes

William Drake

Understanding Nigerian Culture Through American Eyes

William Drake

Understanding Japanese Culture Through American Eyes

William Drake

ABC's for Girls - Baby's Ages 1-3

Patrick N. Peerson