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Why We Punctuate

or Reason Versus Rule in the Use of Marks
William Livingston Klein

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Model Women

William Anderson

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Swiss Family Robinson

Johann David Wyss

This edition (c)2000 by Pink Tree Press

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Group Psychology and The Analysis of The Ego

Sigmund Freud

Freud's major work on group psychology. He looks at the dynamics of groups and what holds them together, makes them stable as well as what makes groups break up.

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The ''Genius''

Theodore Dreiser

The insistent theme of Mr. Dreiser's work is desire, perennial, unquenchable. No matter how badly Mr. Dreiser might do his work, he would be significant as the American novelist who has most felt this subterranean current of life. Many novelists have seen this current as a mere abyss of sin from which the soul is to be dragged to the high ground of moral purpose and redemption, but this will not quite do. The great interpreters see life as a struggle between this desire and the organized machinery of existence, but they are not eager, as we are, to cover up and belittle the desire.