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300 Best Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree, Third Edition by Michael Farr

By Michael Farr

No bachelor's measure? As humans like invoice Gates and Thomas Edison have proven, it is no challenge! detect the three hundred jobs with the easiest pay, quickest progress, and such a lot openings--no four-year measure required. The authors have taken great date from the dep. of Labor's Occupational info community (O*NET) database and different resources and grew to become it right into a beneficial, attention-grabbing source for staff who wish reliable jobs and occupation development with out 4 years in university. positive factors over 60 insightful "best jobs" lists and three hundred task descriptions. in exactly steps, three hundred top Jobs with no Four-Year measure is helping you quick and simply slim your occupation techniques (step 1: the lists) and study extra approximately jobs of curiosity (step 2: the activity descriptions).

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The Stranger by Gary Carey

By Gary Carey

The meaninglessness and randomness of existence used to be a continuing subject in Camus's writing. This tale is absurd, but touches a chord in the reader that definitely will resonate for future years. a guy is condemned to beheading simply because he was once detached at his mother's funeral. In legal he reveals freedom and happiness. dying turns into his maximum second of existence.

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The Illustrated Devil's Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce

By Ambrose Bierce

How is that this publication unique?

  1. Font alterations & biography included
  2. Unabridged (100% unique content)
  3. Illustrated

About The Devil's Dictionary by way of Ambrose Bierce

The Devil's Dictionary is a satirical dictionary written via American journalist and writer Ambrose Bierce. initially released in 1906 because the Cynic's note publication, it good points Bierce's witty and infrequently ironic spin on many universal English phrases. Retitled in 1911, it's been through various "unabridged" types compiled after Bierce's dying, which come with definitions absent from past editions.The Devil's Dictionary started in the course of Bierce's time as a columnist for the San Francisco information Letter, a small weekly monetary journal based via Frederick Marriott within the overdue 1850s. even though it used to be a significant journal geared toward businessmen, it contained a web page of casual satirical content material titled "The city Crier". employed because the "Crier"‍ '​s editor in December 1868, Bierce wrote satire with such irreverence and absence of inhibition he used to be nicknamed "the giggling satan of San Francisco".

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Wigwam evenings : Sioux folk tales retold by Charles Alexander Eastman

By Charles Alexander Eastman

Wigwam Evenings - Sioux people stories Retold is gifted the following in a top quality paperback version. This well known vintage paintings through Charles Alexander Eastman is within the English language, and will no longer comprise pics or pictures from the unique variation. should you benefit from the works of Charles Alexander Eastman then we hugely suggest this book on your publication assortment.

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The Vampire: His Kith and Kin by Montague Summers

By Montague Summers

During this paintings Summers discusses the vampire phenomena from a Catholic standpoint. This e-book has the entire gear to qualify as an educational research, together with footnotes, broad quotations within the unique languages, and references to infrequent resource files. Of specific curiosity is the ultimate bankruptcy, which lines the advance of the vampire craze in nineteenth century literature. Chapters contain: The Origins Of The Vampire; The iteration Of The Vampire; The qualities And perform Of Vampirism; The Vampire In Assyria, The East, and a few historic international locations; and, The Vampire In Literature.

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The Toilers of the Sea by Victor Hugo

By Victor Hugo

A new translation via Scot James Hogarth for the 1st unabridged English version of the radical, which tells the tale of an illiterate fisherman from the Channel Islands who needs to unfastened a boat that has run aground with the intention to win the hand of the lady he loves, a shipowner's daughter.

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