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How to Swear - An Illustrated Guide

Stephen Wildish

The Nice Valour or The Passionate Madman - “It's grown in fashion of late in these days To come and beg a sufferance to our Plays Faith Gentlemen our Poet ever writ Language so good mixt with such sprightly wit”

John Fletcher, Thomas Middleton

Pictographs of the North American Indians - Illustrated Edition

Garrick Mallery

The Night-Walker or The Little Thief - “Since 'tis become the Title of our Play A woman once in a Coronation may With pardon speak the Prologue give as free A welcome to the Theatre”

John Fletcher, James Shirley

The Coronation - “What wind brought thee hither? In what old hollow tree or rotten wall Hast thou been like a Swallow all this winter Where hast thou been man?”

James Shirley

Indian Linguistic Families Of America

John Wesley Powell

Sign Language Among North American Indians - Compared With That Among Other Peoples And Deaf-Mutes

Garrick Mallery

Wit At Several Weapons - “'Twas well receiv'd before and we dare say You now are welcome to no vulgar Play”

Thomas Middleton, William Rowley

The Fair Maid of the Inn - "Plays have their fates not as in their true sense They're understood but as the influence Of idle custom madly works upon The dross of many tongu'd opinion"

John Fletcher, Philip Massinger, John Webster

The Two Noble Kinsmen - “New Plays and Maiden-heads are near a-kin Much follow'd both; for both much money gi'n”

William Shakespeare, John Fletcher

Four Plays in One - “We wish to men content the manliest treasure And to the Women their own wish'd for pleasure”

John Fletcher, Nathan Field

The Life of King Henry the Eighth - “I come no more to make you laugh: things now That bear a weighty and a serious brow Sad high and working full of state and woe Such noble scenes as draw the eye to flow We now present”

William Shakespeare, John Fletcher

The Laws of Candy - “They are Both famous Laws indeed”

Philip Massinger, John Ford

Who Said That? - The Stories Behind Familiar Expressions

J. Ajlouny

Figuratively Speaking: Thesaurus of Expressions &Phrases - Thesaurus of Expressions & Phrases

J. Ajlouny

Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare

How to Speak and Write Correctly

Joseph Devlin

The Elements of Eloquence - How to Turn the Perfect English Phrase

Mark Forsyth

Learn English

Matt Purland

Wheelock's Latin 7th Edition

Richard A. LaFleur, Frederic M. Wheelock

The Mother Tongue - English and How it Got that Way

Bill Bryson

Twelfth Night - “Better a witty fool than a foolish wit”

William Shakespeare

English Vocabulary Box Set

My Ebook Publishing House, Matt Purland

Practical English Exercises

Matt Purland

English Big Activity Book

Matt Purland

The Big Book of English Exercises for Beginners

Matt Purland

English Vocabulary Exercises

My Ebook Publishing House

English Grammar - Theory and Exercises

My Ebook Publishing House

Kobzar

Taras Shevchenko

30-Second Shakespeare - 50 key aspects of his work life and legacy each explained in half a minute

Mark Rylance, Rose BARBER