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Collection featuring Olympia Le-Tan Clutches, Coach Stationery, and 88 other items
  • WGSN Colour Archive
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  • The Third Planet
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    L'autre Monde
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  • Olympia Le-Tan The Catcher in the Rye embroidered clutch
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    Handmade. Red canvas, beige, black and yellow embroidery and felt, designer-stamped gold metal frame, stitched identity number at back. Internal pouch pocket. Fully lined in floral Liberty-print poplin. Clasp fastening.
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  • Perfume The Story of a Murderer
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    Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, the protagonist of Patrick Suskind’s début novel is arguably one of the most extraordinary characters in contemporary fiction. This extraordinariness, which lies in his unprecedented and enviable power of smell, is an evident manifestation of the author’s creative genius and is responsible for the immense readability of this novel. The novel tells the story of Grenouille’s quest to make the finest perfume in the world–and in the process of doing so he kills twenty-five virgin girls.
  • Never Too Soon
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  • Nabokov book covers
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    Flowers are the sexual organs of plants, which may have been what designer David Pelham had in mind when he created this cover for the Penguin debut of Nabokov's densely-written and erotic novel, A...
  • GOOD IS DEAD
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    The Official Website of CHIP KIDD: Art Director, Book Designer, Author
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  • Mastering Magic Journal Oz
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    Detail all of your greatest illusions and aspirations in our vintage-style journal, Mastering Magic, a replica of the handbook belonging to Oscar Diggs, a would-be wizard known as Oz The Great and Powerful.
  • Coach Bleecker Leather A5 Notebook
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    Perfect for both meetings and musings, this precisely handcrafted leather notebook features an elegant interior with gold-tone spiral binding, pages of mini graph paper, and a gold-foil Coach logo. Leather. 6 1/2" (L) x 8 1/2" (H)
  • Shabby Chic 4 Book Collection Home Vintage Book Decor
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    This collection has so much charm for your home and office. I know you will love this as much as I do! Thank you for stopping in my shop~
  • VINTAGE SCANDINAVIAN BOOKS
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  • Opinion Ciatti - Original Ptolomeo Bookshelf
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    The original Ptolomeo stand bookshelf by Opinion Ciatti can do what common bookshelves cannot: It sorts your literature vertically and nearby invisibly in the smallest rooms. The free-standing bookshelf from the Ptolomeo series is nearby invisible behind books, and it is inserted in every surrounding seamlessly because of its minimalist design – in your working room, living room, corridor, etc. Because of the vertical sorting, the book-titles can be read without any problems and the book will be found fast. The Original Ptolomeo bookshelf offers new perspectives to your books collection and it is furthermore available in different editions. Suiting the interior furnishing, you can choose between a white or a black edition as well as polished stainless steel. Moreover the Original Ptolomeo is available in three different sizes. For the trend-setting design of Bruno Rainaldi, the Ptolomeo has been honored with the “ADI Compasso d’Oro” in the year 2004. Further editions and accessories of the Original Ptolomeo are available.
  • Charlotte Olympia Book of Spells Clutch (Midnight)
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    Hirshleifers catering to NY's fashion crowd for over 100 years. Access our savvy stylists picks & Shop now for Chanel, Tom Ford, Cucinelli, Lanvin, & more.
  • Handmade Winter Tree Pendant On A Brown Leather Journal With Lock / Diary / Sketchbook / Leatherbound /: Amazon.co.uk: Office Products
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    Handmade Winter Tree Pendant On A Brown Leather Journal With Lock / Diary / Sketchbook / Leatherbound /: Amazon.co.uk: Office Products
  • Skyline Notebook London
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    Leather bound 5x7" lined notebook with gold foil London skyline design, ribbon bookmark and elastic closure.
  • Single Antique Brown Baroque Script Decorative Vintage Book
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    This earthy tome evokes reading rooms of grand homes, secret libraries, and the academic institutions of yesterday. Write your own chapter on rustic style with this classic decorative book. 8 - 9.5 inches high x 5.75 - 6 inches deep. Constructed from recycled vintage library books (circa 1920's-70's). Actual book sizes may vary slightly. Please note each book cover and binding is handmade to order. Approximate lead time is 2 weeks. All hand made items are final sale. Hand painted by Brian Wynn, master antique book maker.
  • Great Ideas Notebook design by Wild & Wolf
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    Wild and Wolf came about because of an overwhelming desire to design and create beautiful, exciting, original and of course Pretty and Useful things. "Seekers of the Unfound" as they refer to themselves, this UK-based gift company works closely with The Victoria and Albert Museum in London which has been an inspiration to designers for over 150 years.
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  • I Like Big Books And I Cannot Lie Funny Cotton Canvas Tote Bag - Eco Friendly in Natural / Black
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    I like big books and I cannot lie, you other nerds can't deny. That when a book walks in with an itty bitty spine. and its big story in your mind, you get sprung! With a slim, fashionable design, and colored handles, this tote is environmentally friendly and perfect for trips to the library. Made from 100% cotton with two very sturdy handles with reinforced stitching, this bag is made to last for years. Dimensions: 14.5"h x 15"w x 3"d. Bottom gusset and contrasting 22" handles. Item usually ships within 3 business days.
  • Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Caterpillar
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    Do you find yourself stolen by arresting storylines and captured by all things classic? Combine the two when you toss your next best seller within the inner pocket of thisOut of Print tote, which is designed with the cover of the childrens book, ""The Very Hungry Caterpillar"" on one side and the cutest of already-enjoyed fruits on the other. For every one of these adorable canvas totes sold, a book is donated to a community in need, so claim yours today, and proudly hang it over the shoulder of your vintage tee and high-waisted jeans to bundle off in 'novel' style!
  • Mossery Yellow Deer Pocket Notebook
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    These adorable saddle bound pocket notebooks are great for jotting things down when you're on the go. Measuring 9 cm by 14 cm with rounded edges, each notebook is filled with 52 pages of blank 120gsm, FSC certified paper. The perfect companion for classes, shopping trips, travelling, as a sketchbook or simply for doodling to your heart's content.They also come with a fabric ribbon bookmark so you don't forget which page you were on last. All pocket notebooks are letter pressed with the Mossery logo and come packaged in a semi-transparent envelope.
  • A Peek Inside the Notebooks of Famous Authors, Artists and Visionaries Flavorwire
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    It’s no secret that we at Flavorpill are fascinated by the marginalia of our favorite artists’ lives — we swoon over their doodles, dig through their sketchbooks, and posthumously...
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  • The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing
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    The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing from the Haberdashery collection. An ideal starter book for novice needle workers, The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing contains a selection of fun and easy sewing projects incorporating our iconic Liberty print fabrics. Designs inlcude; simple cushions, curtains and table cloths as well as a bicycle basket bag with matching padded seat cover. Features 25 designs for home furnishings and accessories. Easy-sew designs ideal for beginners. Hardback; 160 pages; full colour. Dimensions: H: 25.5cm, W: 20.5cm, D: 2cm.
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    Your adventures and aspirations can create your first novel.
  • make & create book 8x8 | Cotton On
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  • Common Sense (Penguin Civic Classics): Thomas Paine, Richard Beeman: 9780143122005: Amazon.com: Books
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    Common Sense (Penguin Civic Classics) [Thomas Paine, Richard Beeman] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. In time for the upcoming election season, Penguin presents a series of six portable, accessible
  • kate spade new york A Tale Of Two Cities Book Clutch
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    We've re-imagined a few of our favorite titles and crafted them into clever clutches (that should not be left on the shelves). Whether you're adding them to your library or simply starting a collection, we think you'll agree the classics have never looked so good SIZE: 5.9''H x 9.0''w x 1.2''d. MATERIAL: Printed cotton twill under clear pvc. 14-Karat light gold plated hardware. Custom woven bookstripe lining. DETAILS: Handheld frame with clasp closure. Interior zip compartment. Kate spade signature embossed on clasp closure. Imported.
  • Smythson Little Black Book Wafer
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    Grained leather-bound wafer notebook with silver blocked LITTLE BLACK BOOK front cover. Pale blue featherweight, ruled paper. 4.5" length x 2.75" width. Available in Black.
  • Star Wars How to Speak Wookiee
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    Take a look at Menkind's Star Wars How to Speak Wookiee. Just one of many unique gifts from Menkind. Rapid delivery. Click and collect.
  • BBC Sherlock A Study in Pink Minimalist Poster Art Print
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    Art Prints. Inspired by the Penguin Popular Classics series, this collection of posters featuring the six episodes of the BBC TV series, Sherlock, pays tribute to the genius that is Arthur Conan Doyle and more recently, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, as well as the fantastic lead actors Benedict Cum...
  • The Jane Austen Handbook
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    It won’t take much persuasion for you to embrace the customs and charms inside this hardback guide to genteel life in the era of Jane Austen! In our own Book of the Month pick for your collection of female-focused literature, learn the daily activities of a lady of leisure, the complexities of courtship, and skills you’ll need to maintain your social status. Whether you want to dazzle your own Mr. Darcy, or have an insatiable penchant for propriety, this compilation will allow you to cultivate your character with high society how-tos, explaining every realm of Regency England. Excerpts of originals flanking the step-by-step directions will engage aficionados, while a handy appendix of Austen’s work keeps neophytes on the same page. To make a long story short, your book club of cohorts is bound to be blown away!
  • Emma (Jane Austen) Penguin Classic Hardcover
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    Catholic Books, Movies, Music and Catholic Homeschooling Materials
  • Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen Word Nerd
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    Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
  • Harry Potter Hardcover Series (1-7)
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  • The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy By Douglas Adams
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    Big questions got you down? Don't panic! Find out why we're born and why we die, all by reading this hardcover edition of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." This is the story of Arthur Dent, who, just before Earth is demolished to make way for a galactic freeway, is plucked off the planet by his friend, Ford Prefect. Together they begin a journey through the galaxy, where they meet a massive cast of fascinating characters, from Zaphod Beeblebrox (the two-headed, three-armed ex-hippie and totally out-to-lunch President of the Galaxy) to Marvin (a paranoid android.) You'll laugh, you'll learn, you'll never leave home without a towel ever again. Published by Crown.
  • BookLounge.ca | Books | In One Person by John Irving
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    “My dear boy, please don’t put a label on me – don’t make me a category before you get to know me!” John Irving’s new novel is a glorious ode to sexual difference, a poignant story of a life that no reader will be able to forget, a book that no one else could have written.  Told with the panache and assurance of a master storyteller, In One Person takes the reader along a dizzying path: from a private school in Vermont in the 1950s to the gay bars of Madrid’s Chueca district, from the Vienna State Opera to the wrestling mat at the New York Athletic Club. It takes in the ways that cross-dressing passes from one generation to the next in a family, the trouble with amateur performances of Ibsen, and what happens if you fall in love at first sight while reading Madame Bovary on a troop transport ship, in the middle of an Atlantic storm. For the sheer pleasure of the tale, there is no writer alive as entertaining and enthralling as John Irving at his best.  But this is also a heartfelt, intimate book about one person, a novelist named William Francis Dean. By his side as he tells his own story, we follow Billy on a fifty-year journey toward himself, meeting some uniquely unconventional characters along the way. For all his long and short relationships with both men and women, Billy remains somehow alone, never quite able to fit into society’s neat categories. And as Billy searches for the truth about himself, In One Person grows into an unforgettable call for compassion in a world marked by failures of love and failures of understanding.  Utterly contemporary and topical in its themes, In One Person is one of John Irving’s most political novels. It is a book that grapples with the mysteries of identity and the multiple tragedies of the AIDS epidemic, a book about everything that has changed in our sexual life over the last fifty years and everything that still needs to. It’s also one of Irving’s most sincere and human novels, a book imbued on every page with a spirit of openness that expands and challenges the reader’s world.  A brand new story in a grand old tradition, In One Person stands out as one of John Irving’s finest works – and as such, one of the best and most important American books of the last four decades.
  • BookLounge.ca | Books | In One Person by John Irving
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    “My dear boy, please don’t put a label on me – don’t make me a category before you get to know me!” John Irving’s new novel is a glorious ode to sexual difference, a poignant story of a life that no reader will be able to forget, a book that no one else could have written.  Told with the panache and assurance of a master storyteller, In One Person takes the reader along a dizzying path: from a private school in Vermont in the 1950s to the gay bars of Madrid’s Chueca district, from the Vienna State Opera to the wrestling mat at the New York Athletic Club. It takes in the ways that cross-dressing passes from one generation to the next in a family, the trouble with amateur performances of Ibsen, and what happens if you fall in love at first sight while reading Madame Bovary on a troop transport ship, in the middle of an Atlantic storm. For the sheer pleasure of the tale, there is no writer alive as entertaining and enthralling as John Irving at his best.  But this is also a heartfelt, intimate book about one person, a novelist named William Francis Dean. By his side as he tells his own story, we follow Billy on a fifty-year journey toward himself, meeting some uniquely unconventional characters along the way. For all his long and short relationships with both men and women, Billy remains somehow alone, never quite able to fit into society’s neat categories. And as Billy searches for the truth about himself, In One Person grows into an unforgettable call for compassion in a world marked by failures of love and failures of understanding.  Utterly contemporary and topical in its themes, In One Person is one of John Irving’s most political novels. It is a book that grapples with the mysteries of identity and the multiple tragedies of the AIDS epidemic, a book about everything that has changed in our sexual life over the last fifty years and everything that still needs to. It’s also one of Irving’s most sincere and human novels, a book imbued on every page with a spirit of openness that expands and challenges the reader’s world.  A brand new story in a grand old tradition, In One Person stands out as one of John Irving’s finest works – and as such, one of the best and most important American books of the last four decades.
  • BookLounge.ca | Books | In One Person by John Irving
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    “My dear boy, please don’t put a label on me – don’t make me a category before you get to know me!” John Irving’s new novel is a glorious ode to sexual difference, a poignant story of a life that no reader will be able to forget, a book that no one else could have written.  Told with the panache and assurance of a master storyteller, In One Person takes the reader along a dizzying path: from a private school in Vermont in the 1950s to the gay bars of Madrid’s Chueca district, from the Vienna State Opera to the wrestling mat at the New York Athletic Club. It takes in the ways that cross-dressing passes from one generation to the next in a family, the trouble with amateur performances of Ibsen, and what happens if you fall in love at first sight while reading Madame Bovary on a troop transport ship, in the middle of an Atlantic storm. For the sheer pleasure of the tale, there is no writer alive as entertaining and enthralling as John Irving at his best.  But this is also a heartfelt, intimate book about one person, a novelist named William Francis Dean. By his side as he tells his own story, we follow Billy on a fifty-year journey toward himself, meeting some uniquely unconventional characters along the way. For all his long and short relationships with both men and women, Billy remains somehow alone, never quite able to fit into society’s neat categories. And as Billy searches for the truth about himself, In One Person grows into an unforgettable call for compassion in a world marked by failures of love and failures of understanding.  Utterly contemporary and topical in its themes, In One Person is one of John Irving’s most political novels. It is a book that grapples with the mysteries of identity and the multiple tragedies of the AIDS epidemic, a book about everything that has changed in our sexual life over the last fifty years and everything that still needs to. It’s also one of Irving’s most sincere and human novels, a book imbued on every page with a spirit of openness that expands and challenges the reader’s world.  A brand new story in a grand old tradition, In One Person stands out as one of John Irving’s finest works – and as such, one of the best and most important American books of the last four decades.
  • BookLounge.ca | Books | In One Person by John Irving
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    “My dear boy, please don’t put a label on me – don’t make me a category before you get to know me!” John Irving’s new novel is a glorious ode to sexual difference, a poignant story of a life that no reader will be able to forget, a book that no one else could have written.  Told with the panache and assurance of a master storyteller, In One Person takes the reader along a dizzying path: from a private school in Vermont in the 1950s to the gay bars of Madrid’s Chueca district, from the Vienna State Opera to the wrestling mat at the New York Athletic Club. It takes in the ways that cross-dressing passes from one generation to the next in a family, the trouble with amateur performances of Ibsen, and what happens if you fall in love at first sight while reading Madame Bovary on a troop transport ship, in the middle of an Atlantic storm. For the sheer pleasure of the tale, there is no writer alive as entertaining and enthralling as John Irving at his best.  But this is also a heartfelt, intimate book about one person, a novelist named William Francis Dean. By his side as he tells his own story, we follow Billy on a fifty-year journey toward himself, meeting some uniquely unconventional characters along the way. For all his long and short relationships with both men and women, Billy remains somehow alone, never quite able to fit into society’s neat categories. And as Billy searches for the truth about himself, In One Person grows into an unforgettable call for compassion in a world marked by failures of love and failures of understanding.  Utterly contemporary and topical in its themes, In One Person is one of John Irving’s most political novels. It is a book that grapples with the mysteries of identity and the multiple tragedies of the AIDS epidemic, a book about everything that has changed in our sexual life over the last fifty years and everything that still needs to. It’s also one of Irving’s most sincere and human novels, a book imbued on every page with a spirit of openness that expands and challenges the reader’s world.  A brand new story in a grand old tradition, In One Person stands out as one of John Irving’s finest works – and as such, one of the best and most important American books of the last four decades.
  • BookLounge.ca | Books | In One Person by John Irving
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    “My dear boy, please don’t put a label on me – don’t make me a category before you get to know me!” John Irving’s new novel is a glorious ode to sexual difference, a poignant story of a life that no reader will be able to forget, a book that no one else could have written.  Told with the panache and assurance of a master storyteller, In One Person takes the reader along a dizzying path: from a private school in Vermont in the 1950s to the gay bars of Madrid’s Chueca district, from the Vienna State Opera to the wrestling mat at the New York Athletic Club. It takes in the ways that cross-dressing passes from one generation to the next in a family, the trouble with amateur performances of Ibsen, and what happens if you fall in love at first sight while reading Madame Bovary on a troop transport ship, in the middle of an Atlantic storm. For the sheer pleasure of the tale, there is no writer alive as entertaining and enthralling as John Irving at his best.  But this is also a heartfelt, intimate book about one person, a novelist named William Francis Dean. By his side as he tells his own story, we follow Billy on a fifty-year journey toward himself, meeting some uniquely unconventional characters along the way. For all his long and short relationships with both men and women, Billy remains somehow alone, never quite able to fit into society’s neat categories. And as Billy searches for the truth about himself, In One Person grows into an unforgettable call for compassion in a world marked by failures of love and failures of understanding.  Utterly contemporary and topical in its themes, In One Person is one of John Irving’s most political novels. It is a book that grapples with the mysteries of identity and the multiple tragedies of the AIDS epidemic, a book about everything that has changed in our sexual life over the last fifty years and everything that still needs to. It’s also one of Irving’s most sincere and human novels, a book imbued on every page with a spirit of openness that expands and challenges the reader’s world.  A brand new story in a grand old tradition, In One Person stands out as one of John Irving’s finest works – and as such, one of the best and most important American books of the last four decades.
  • BookLounge.ca | Books | In One Person by John Irving
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    “My dear boy, please don’t put a label on me – don’t make me a category before you get to know me!” John Irving’s new novel is a glorious ode to sexual difference, a poignant story of a life that no reader will be able to forget, a book that no one else could have written.  Told with the panache and assurance of a master storyteller, In One Person takes the reader along a dizzying path: from a private school in Vermont in the 1950s to the gay bars of Madrid’s Chueca district, from the Vienna State Opera to the wrestling mat at the New York Athletic Club. It takes in the ways that cross-dressing passes from one generation to the next in a family, the trouble with amateur performances of Ibsen, and what happens if you fall in love at first sight while reading Madame Bovary on a troop transport ship, in the middle of an Atlantic storm. For the sheer pleasure of the tale, there is no writer alive as entertaining and enthralling as John Irving at his best.  But this is also a heartfelt, intimate book about one person, a novelist named William Francis Dean. By his side as he tells his own story, we follow Billy on a fifty-year journey toward himself, meeting some uniquely unconventional characters along the way. For all his long and short relationships with both men and women, Billy remains somehow alone, never quite able to fit into society’s neat categories. And as Billy searches for the truth about himself, In One Person grows into an unforgettable call for compassion in a world marked by failures of love and failures of understanding.  Utterly contemporary and topical in its themes, In One Person is one of John Irving’s most political novels. It is a book that grapples with the mysteries of identity and the multiple tragedies of the AIDS epidemic, a book about everything that has changed in our sexual life over the last fifty years and everything that still needs to. It’s also one of Irving’s most sincere and human novels, a book imbued on every page with a spirit of openness that expands and challenges the reader’s world.  A brand new story in a grand old tradition, In One Person stands out as one of John Irving’s finest works – and as such, one of the best and most important American books of the last four decades.
  • J. R. R. TOLKIEN
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    EL HOBBIT (ED. ESPECIAL 75 ANIVERSARIO) - J. R. R. TOLKIEN. Comprar el libro y ver resumen y comentarios online. Compra venta de libros de segunda mano y usados.
  • The Hobbit Novel Wall Decor by Spineless Classics
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    The Hobbit is a much loved book by J R Tolkien. First written and published in 1937, it has gone on to become a bestseller with teenage boys and grown men - even women- all over the world enjoying the adventures of Bilbo Baggins. The story has been produced in various different formats, but Spineless Classics have created a completely new design by making wall art from it. The novel is printed in font size 4 point onto heavyweight satin paper with ink that won't fade - ensuring you have a long lasting piece of wall decor. Each piece comes unframed - for you to choose the frame that suits your home. For anyone who is a fan of the Lord of the Rings books or movies, this is a must have. Dimensions: 70cm x 100cm.
  • Eragon (Inheritance, Book 1) - Christopher Paolini
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    Here's a great big fantasy that you can pull over your head like a comfy old sweater and disappear into for a whole weekend. Christopher Paolini began Eragon when he was just 15, and the book shows the influence of Tolkien, of course, but also Terry Brooks, Anne McCaffrey, and perhaps even Wagner in its traditional quest structure and the generally agreed-upon nature of dwarves, elves, dragons, and heroic warfare with magic swords. Eragon, a young farm boy, finds a marvelous blue stone in a mystical mountain place. Before he can trade it for food to get his family through the hard winter, it hatches a beautiful sapphire-blue dragon, a race thought to be extinct. Eragon bonds with the dragon, and when his family is killed by the marauding Ra'zac, he discovers that he is the last of the Dragon Riders, fated to play a decisive part in the coming war between the human but hidden Varden, dwarves, elves, the diabolical Shades and their neanderthal Urgalls, all pitted against and allied with each other and the evil King Galbatorix. Eragon and his dragon Saphira set out to find their role, growing in magic power and understanding of the complex political situation as they endure perilous travels and sudden battles, dire wounds, capture and escape. In spite of the engrossing action, this is not a book for the casual fantasy reader. There are 65 names of people, horses, and dragons to be remembered and lots of pseudo-Celtic places, magic words, and phrases in the Ancient Language as well as the speech of the dwarfs and the Urgalls. But the maps and glossaries help, and by the end, readers will be utterly dedicated and eager for the next book, Eldest. Paperback Knopf Books for Young Readers 0375826696
  • Collecting Clark Ashton Smith
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    A website and shieldwall for Robert E. Howard, J.R.R. Tolkien, and the Best in Heroic Fantasy, Horror, and Historical Adventure
  • Le Seigneur des anneaux
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    Fnac.com : Livraison gratuite et - 5% sur tous les livres. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion : Le Seigneur des anneaux, Intégrale, Le Seigneur des Anneaux, J.R.R. Tolkien, Pocket.
  • Castle Black and The Wall Ted Nasmith Tolkien Illustrator Renderer Musician
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    Media: Gouache on illustration board Dimensions: 11¼″ × 15″ The Wall is a 700′ wall of solid ice meant, like Hadrian’s Wall in Britain or China’s...
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2) by J. K. Rowling (Paperback)
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  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter #4) by J. K. Rowling (Paperback)
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  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner Azkaban (Harry Potter #3) by J. K. Rowling (Paperback)
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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter #7) by J. K. Rowling (Paperback)
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  • Antique Books French Bible Nouveau Testament circa 1652
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    This is an early and precious seventeenth century New Testament edition printed in Paris (Excudebat Antonius Vitre, Regis, & Cleri Gallicani Typograhphus). The text is presented in both Latin and French. The Latin text pages are hand-ruled in red ink.
  • The Self-Sufficient-Ish Bible By Andy & Dave Hamilton
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    An eco-living guide for the 21st Century in paperback format, this helpful handbook is filled packed with creative ideas for recycling, growing organic vegetables and establishing an environmentally friendly office. Perfect for people who don't have the space or time to be completely self-sufficient but still want to minimize their environmental impact, a variety of clever suggestions, Earth-friendly recipes, herbal remedies, and eco-friendly travel solutions make this a valuable resource for everyone who wants to make the world a little greener. Published by Hodder & Stoughton.
  • National Geographic Bird Watcher's Bible
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    A lighthearted and broadly cultural and visual approach to learning everything there is to know about birds, bird-watching, birds in history and the arts, and life on the wing.
  • Crate & Barrel "Jim Murray's 2013 Whisky Bible"
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    Written by the one of the world's leading experts on whisky, this comprehensive guide contains roughly 4,500 detailed and easy-to-understand tasting notes on the world's leading and lesser-known whiskies. To mark the 10th edition, the book also includes a step-by-step guide on how to taste whisky. By Jim Murray. Paperback. 384 pages. Color photography. Made in United Kingdom.
  • Holy Bible iPad Flip Cover by ZERO GRAVITY
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    Magnetic iPad Flip Cover by ZERO GRAVITY. FITS IPAD 2 & 3. ACCESS TO ALL IPAD CONTROLS. FEATURES 2D FLAT IMAGE. Made in USA.
  • Ian McKay's Auction Report covers first editions of Verne and Stoker, autograph letters, and poster art this month - Fine Books and Collections
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girlieques
Wrote two years ago
Sweet!

tilly-buckler
Wrote two years ago
amazing collection ~ many thanks!!

elske88
Wrote three years ago
great collection dear, thank you for sharing!!!♥♥♥

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