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Praise for Fifty Animals that Changed the Course of History: It's the sort of book that has you saying 'Wow, listen to this...' and 'Did you know...' to companions over and over. --The Globe and Mail Fifty Minerals that Changed the Course of History is a beautifully presented guide to the minerals that have had the greatest impact on human civilization. These are the materials used from the Stone Age to the First and Second Industrial Revolutions to the Nuclear Age and include metals, ores, alloys, salts, rocks, sodium, mercury, steel and uranium. The book also includes minerals used as currency, as jewelry and as lay and religious ornamentation when combined with gem minerals like diamonds, amber, coral, and jade. Entries are organized by name and considered for their influence in four categories: Industrial, Cultural, Commercial and Scientific. More than 200 elegant drawings, photographs, paintings and excerpts from literature highlight the concise text. Examples of the fifty minerals are: Diamonds: Did a necklace ordered by Louis XV precipitate the French Revolution? Sulphur: The biblical brimstone now used in organic farming. Clay: The oldest ceramic object is not a cooking pot or drinking bowl, but a statuette. Arsenic: Was Napoleon murdered while imprisoned on the island of St. Helena? Coal: The Romans invented the first central heating system. Saltpeter: China's fourth "Great Invention" was perhaps not so great after all. Salt: Once used as currency, we give it little thought today. Jade: The Chinese fabric of "pajamas for eternity." Ubiquitous or rare, the minerals described in Fifty Minerals that Changed the Course of History have been fundamental to human progress, for good or evil. Many are familiar--the aluminum can we drink from, the car we drive, the jewelry we wear. They can be poisons, medicines or weapons, but wherever found and however used, their importance can be easily overlooked. This attractive reference gives us fascinating insight into our undeniable dependence on minerals.

Hardcover:

9781554079841 | Firefly Books Ltd, July 19, 2012, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: Praise for Fifty Animals that Changed the Course of History: It's the sort of book that has you saying 'Wow, listen to this.

Paperback:

9781770855878 | Reprint edition (Firefly Books Ltd, September 1, 2016), cover price $19.95

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Product Description: How the global mind drives the evolution of both consciousness and civilization• Explains how our brains receive consciousness from the global mind, which upgrades human consciousness according to a pre-set divine time frame• Reveals how the Mayan Calendar provides a blueprint for these consciousness downloads throughout history• Examines the mind shift in humans and the development of pyramids and civilization in ancient Egypt, Sumer, South America, and Asia beginning in 3115 BCEIn each culture the origins of civilization can be tied to the arising of one concept in the human mind: straight lines...read more

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9781591432418 | 2 new edition (Bear & Co, May 28, 2016), cover price $20.00 | About this edition: How the global mind drives the evolution of both consciousness and civilization• Explains how our brains receive consciousness from the global mind, which upgrades human consciousness according to a pre-set divine time frame• Reveals how the Mayan Calendar provides a blueprint for these consciousness downloads throughout history• Examines the mind shift in humans and the development of pyramids and civilization in ancient Egypt, Sumer, South America, and Asia beginning in 3115 BCEIn each culture the origins of civilization can be tied to the arising of one concept in the human mind: straight lines.

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Product Description: Since the politicization of anthropology in the 1970s, most anthropologists have been reluctant to approach the topic of universals―that is, phenomena that occur regularly in all known human societies. In this volume, Christoph Antweiler reasserts the importance of these cross-cultural commonalities for anthropological research and for life and co-existence beyond the academy...read more

Hardcover:

9781785330933 | Berghahn Books, May 1, 2016, cover price $120.00 | About this edition: Since the politicization of anthropology in the 1970s, most anthropologists have been reluctant to approach the topic of universals―that is, phenomena that occur regularly in all known human societies.

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Hardcover:

9781476729893 | Atria Books, December 2, 2014, cover price $26.00
9780333628928, titled "Asset Prices and the Real Economy" | St Martins Pr, June 1, 1997, cover price $20.01 | also contains Asset Prices and the Real Economy

Paperback:

9781476729909 | Reprint edition (Atria Books, April 26, 2016), cover price $16.00

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Robert Walton, an explorer, describes his trip to the Arctic in letters to his sister, Margaret Saville, who lives in England. After discussing his preparations for the trip, one of Walton’s letters informs Margaret that his ship is stuck and surrounded by ice. Walton then relates a strange event: As they looked out on the enormous ice field, Walton and his crew saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled. The following day they discovered another, smaller man, desperately ill, adrift on a sheet of ice. Walton writes that he brought the man onto his ship, allowed him to rest, and attempted to nurse him back to health. After a week the man was able to talk and told Walton an incredible story. The man’s name is Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a member of a wealthy family concerned with humanitarian issues. Victor goes on to relate his story to Walton, who writes it down as Victor speaks, making a record of Victor’s story, to be sent as a letter to Margaret Saville, Walton’s sister. Victor tells Walton that, as a boy, he was always fascinated by science and alchemy and he eventually attended the University of Ingolstadt to study natural science. At the university he focused all his attention on experiments designed to create life. After months of exhaustive study, Victor constructed a huge creature from parts of human cadavers. He then discovered a method of bringing it to life. However, when the creature opened its eyes, Victor was horrified by his monstrous-looking creation. He ran from his laboratory and became very ill and disoriented for almost two years. During this time, he believed that the creature must have perished. After he recovered from his illness, as he prepared to return home to his family, Victor learned that William, his seven-year-old brother, had been murdered. Justine Moritz, a young woman the Frankenstein family had adopted, had been accused of the crime. But Victor refused to believe that Justine committed the murder. Instead, he suspected that his creature wasn’t really dead, and was responsible for the horrible crime. However, after Victor returned to Geneva, Justine was tried, found guilty, and hanged. Victor explains to Walton that he felt responsible for William’s murder and Justine’s execution. Guilt-ridden and desperate to be alone, he climbed into the mountains, where he encountered the creature. The creature told Victor that he had survived for the past two years, hiding out in the woods and eating nuts and berries. Lonely and miserable, he realized that he was repulsive to other human beings. In the forest, though, the creature discovered a gentle peasant family living in a cottage; by secretly observing them, the creature learned to read and write. Then, in his jacket pocket, the creature found Victor’s journal and read of the experiments that led to his creation. Enraged, he concluded that it was Victor Frankenstein who was responsible for his misery. After relating his story, the creature demanded that Victor re-create his experiment and construct another creature. The creature explained he was desperate for a companion who would not find him repulsive. If Victor does as he asks, he will go away with the new creature and never bother Victor again. Although wary of the proposal, Victor says he reluctantly agreed to the creature’s request.

Hardcover:

9781509827756 | Collectors Library, February 7, 2017, cover price $12.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein

Paperback:

9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518746666 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $9.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518601507 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 13, 2015, cover price $9.75 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
43 other edition(s) in this binding (see all)

Miscellaneous:

9780553898033 | Random House Inc, September 30, 2003, cover price $4.95 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein

Cassette/Spoken Word:

9781559949132 | Harperaudio, March 1, 1994, cover price $5.99 | About this edition: Tells the story of a scientist who discovers the secret of generating life from lifeless matter, and puts this knowledge to use by creating a monster being.

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Depicting the beauty of the written word, the handsome books in this series present an assortment of universal literature, from the drama of Shakespeare to the works of many well-known authors from the first half of the 20th century. Demostrando la belleza del arte de las letras, los libros elegantes en esta colección reúnen a los grandes clásicos de la literatura, desde el drama de Shakespeare hasta los autores más representativos de la literatura de la primera mitad del siglo XX.

Hardcover:

9781509827756 | Collectors Library, February 7, 2017, cover price $12.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9788497649193 | Edimat Libros, August 1, 2008, cover price $8.95 | About this edition: Depicting the beauty of the written word, the handsome books in this series present an assortment of universal literature, from the drama of Shakespeare to the works of many well-known authors from the first half of the 20th century.

Paperback:

9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518746666 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $9.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518601507 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 13, 2015, cover price $9.75 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
43 other edition(s) in this binding (see all)

Miscellaneous:

9781416501831 | Pocket Books, April 27, 2004, cover price $5.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9780553898033 | Random House Inc, September 30, 2003, cover price $4.95 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein

CD/Spoken Word:

9781844563456 | Hodder & Stoughton, January 11, 2007, cover price $29.60 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein | About this edition: 'All men hate the wretched; how, then, must I be hated, who am miserable beyond all living things!

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Robert Walton, an explorer, describes his trip to the Arctic in letters to his sister, Margaret Saville, who lives in England. After discussing his preparations for the trip, one of Walton’s letters informs Margaret that his ship is stuck and surrounded by ice. Walton then relates a strange event: As they looked out on the enormous ice field, Walton and his crew saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled. The following day they discovered another, smaller man, desperately ill, adrift on a sheet of ice. Walton writes that he brought the man onto his ship, allowed him to rest, and attempted to nurse him back to health. After a week the man was able to talk and told Walton an incredible story. The man’s name is Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a member of a wealthy family concerned with humanitarian issues. Victor goes on to relate his story to Walton, who writes it down as Victor speaks, making a record of Victor’s story, to be sent as a letter to Margaret Saville, Walton’s sister. Victor tells Walton that, as a boy, he was always fascinated by science and alchemy and he eventually attended the University of Ingolstadt to study natural science. At the university he focused all his attention on experiments designed to create life. After months of exhaustive study, Victor constructed a huge creature from parts of human cadavers. He then discovered a method of bringing it to life. However, when the creature opened its eyes, Victor was horrified by his monstrous-looking creation. He ran from his laboratory and became very ill and disoriented for almost two years. During this time, he believed that the creature must have perished. After he recovered from his illness, as he prepared to return home to his family, Victor learned that William, his seven-year-old brother, had been murdered. Justine Moritz, a young woman the Frankenstein family had adopted, had been accused of the crime. But Victor refused to believe that Justine committed the murder. Instead, he suspected that his creature wasn’t really dead, and was responsible for the horrible crime. However, after Victor returned to Geneva, Justine was tried, found guilty, and hanged. Victor explains to Walton that he felt responsible for William’s murder and Justine’s execution. Guilt-ridden and desperate to be alone, he climbed into the mountains, where he encountered the creature. The creature told Victor that he had survived for the past two years, hiding out in the woods and eating nuts and berries. Lonely and miserable, he realized that he was repulsive to other human beings. In the forest, though, the creature discovered a gentle peasant family living in a cottage; by secretly observing them, the creature learned to read and write. Then, in his jacket pocket, the creature found Victor’s journal and read of the experiments that led to his creation. Enraged, he concluded that it was Victor Frankenstein who was responsible for his misery. After relating his story, the creature demanded that Victor re-create his experiment and construct another creature. The creature explained he was desperate for a companion who would not find him repulsive. If Victor does as he asks, he will go away with the new creature and never bother Victor again. Although wary of the proposal, Victor says he reluctantly agreed to the creature’s request.

Hardcover:

9781509827756 | Collectors Library, February 7, 2017, cover price $12.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein

Paperback:

9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518746666 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $9.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518601507 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 13, 2015, cover price $9.75 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
38 other edition(s) in this binding (see all)

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Robert Walton, an explorer, describes his trip to the Arctic in letters to his sister, Margaret Saville, who lives in England. After discussing his preparations for the trip, one of Walton’s letters informs Margaret that his ship is stuck and surrounded by ice. Walton then relates a strange event: As they looked out on the enormous ice field, Walton and his crew saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled. The following day they discovered another, smaller man, desperately ill, adrift on a sheet of ice. Walton writes that he brought the man onto his ship, allowed him to rest, and attempted to nurse him back to health. After a week the man was able to talk and told Walton an incredible story. The man’s name is Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a member of a wealthy family concerned with humanitarian issues. Victor goes on to relate his story to Walton, who writes it down as Victor speaks, making a record of Victor’s story, to be sent as a letter to Margaret Saville, Walton’s sister. Victor tells Walton that, as a boy, he was always fascinated by science and alchemy and he eventually attended the University of Ingolstadt to study natural science. At the university he focused all his attention on experiments designed to create life. After months of exhaustive study, Victor constructed a huge creature from parts of human cadavers. He then discovered a method of bringing it to life. However, when the creature opened its eyes, Victor was horrified by his monstrous-looking creation. He ran from his laboratory and became very ill and disoriented for almost two years. During this time, he believed that the creature must have perished. After he recovered from his illness, as he prepared to return home to his family, Victor learned that William, his seven-year-old brother, had been murdered. Justine Moritz, a young woman the Frankenstein family had adopted, had been accused of the crime. But Victor refused to believe that Justine committed the murder. Instead, he suspected that his creature wasn’t really dead, and was responsible for the horrible crime. However, after Victor returned to Geneva, Justine was tried, found guilty, and hanged. Victor explains to Walton that he felt responsible for William’s murder and Justine’s execution. Guilt-ridden and desperate to be alone, he climbed into the mountains, where he encountered the creature. The creature told Victor that he had survived for the past two years, hiding out in the woods and eating nuts and berries. Lonely and miserable, he realized that he was repulsive to other human beings. In the forest, though, the creature discovered a gentle peasant family living in a cottage; by secretly observing them, the creature learned to read and write. Then, in his jacket pocket, the creature found Victor’s journal and read of the experiments that led to his creation. Enraged, he concluded that it was Victor Frankenstein who was responsible for his misery. After relating his story, the creature demanded that Victor re-create his experiment and construct another creature. The creature explained he was desperate for a companion who would not find him repulsive. If Victor does as he asks, he will go away with the new creature and never bother Victor again. Although wary of the proposal, Victor says he reluctantly agreed to the creature’s request.

Hardcover:

9781509827756 | Collectors Library, February 7, 2017, cover price $12.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781907127397, titled "Frankenstein: Original Text" | Reprint edition (Pgw, August 16, 2011), cover price $24.95
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein

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9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518746666 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $9.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518601507 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 13, 2015, cover price $9.75 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
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Robert Walton, an explorer, describes his trip to the Arctic in letters to his sister, Margaret Saville, who lives in England. After discussing his preparations for the trip, one of Walton’s letters informs Margaret that his ship is stuck and surrounded by ice. Walton then relates a strange event: As they looked out on the enormous ice field, Walton and his crew saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled. The following day they discovered another, smaller man, desperately ill, adrift on a sheet of ice. Walton writes that he brought the man onto his ship, allowed him to rest, and attempted to nurse him back to health. After a week the man was able to talk and told Walton an incredible story. The man’s name is Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a member of a wealthy family concerned with humanitarian issues. Victor goes on to relate his story to Walton, who writes it down as Victor speaks, making a record of Victor’s story, to be sent as a letter to Margaret Saville, Walton’s sister. Victor tells Walton that, as a boy, he was always fascinated by science and alchemy and he eventually attended the University of Ingolstadt to study natural science. At the university he focused all his attention on experiments designed to create life. After months of exhaustive study, Victor constructed a huge creature from parts of human cadavers. He then discovered a method of bringing it to life. However, when the creature opened its eyes, Victor was horrified by his monstrous-looking creation. He ran from his laboratory and became very ill and disoriented for almost two years. During this time, he believed that the creature must have perished. After he recovered from his illness, as he prepared to return home to his family, Victor learned that William, his seven-year-old brother, had been murdered. Justine Moritz, a young woman the Frankenstein family had adopted, had been accused of the crime. But Victor refused to believe that Justine committed the murder. Instead, he suspected that his creature wasn’t really dead, and was responsible for the horrible crime. However, after Victor returned to Geneva, Justine was tried, found guilty, and hanged. Victor explains to Walton that he felt responsible for William’s murder and Justine’s execution. Guilt-ridden and desperate to be alone, he climbed into the mountains, where he encountered the creature. The creature told Victor that he had survived for the past two years, hiding out in the woods and eating nuts and berries. Lonely and miserable, he realized that he was repulsive to other human beings. In the forest, though, the creature discovered a gentle peasant family living in a cottage; by secretly observing them, the creature learned to read and write. Then, in his jacket pocket, the creature found Victor’s journal and read of the experiments that led to his creation. Enraged, he concluded that it was Victor Frankenstein who was responsible for his misery. After relating his story, the creature demanded that Victor re-create his experiment and construct another creature. The creature explained he was desperate for a companion who would not find him repulsive. If Victor does as he asks, he will go away with the new creature and never bother Victor again. Although wary of the proposal, Victor says he reluctantly agreed to the creature’s request.

Hardcover:

9781509827756 | Collectors Library, February 7, 2017, cover price $12.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein

Paperback:

9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518746666 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $9.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518601507 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 13, 2015, cover price $9.75 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
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Robert Walton, an explorer, describes his trip to the Arctic in letters to his sister, Margaret Saville, who lives in England. After discussing his preparations for the trip, one of Walton’s letters informs Margaret that his ship is stuck and surrounded by ice. Walton then relates a strange event: As they looked out on the enormous ice field, Walton and his crew saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled. The following day they discovered another, smaller man, desperately ill, adrift on a sheet of ice. Walton writes that he brought the man onto his ship, allowed him to rest, and attempted to nurse him back to health. After a week the man was able to talk and told Walton an incredible story. The man’s name is Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a member of a wealthy family concerned with humanitarian issues. Victor goes on to relate his story to Walton, who writes it down as Victor speaks, making a record of Victor’s story, to be sent as a letter to Margaret Saville, Walton’s sister. Victor tells Walton that, as a boy, he was always fascinated by science and alchemy and he eventually attended the University of Ingolstadt to study natural science. At the university he focused all his attention on experiments designed to create life. After months of exhaustive study, Victor constructed a huge creature from parts of human cadavers. He then discovered a method of bringing it to life. However, when the creature opened its eyes, Victor was horrified by his monstrous-looking creation. He ran from his laboratory and became very ill and disoriented for almost two years. During this time, he believed that the creature must have perished. After he recovered from his illness, as he prepared to return home to his family, Victor learned that William, his seven-year-old brother, had been murdered. Justine Moritz, a young woman the Frankenstein family had adopted, had been accused of the crime. But Victor refused to believe that Justine committed the murder. Instead, he suspected that his creature wasn’t really dead, and was responsible for the horrible crime. However, after Victor returned to Geneva, Justine was tried, found guilty, and hanged. Victor explains to Walton that he felt responsible for William’s murder and Justine’s execution. Guilt-ridden and desperate to be alone, he climbed into the mountains, where he encountered the creature. The creature told Victor that he had survived for the past two years, hiding out in the woods and eating nuts and berries. Lonely and miserable, he realized that he was repulsive to other human beings. In the forest, though, the creature discovered a gentle peasant family living in a cottage; by secretly observing them, the creature learned to read and write. Then, in his jacket pocket, the creature found Victor’s journal and read of the experiments that led to his creation. Enraged, he concluded that it was Victor Frankenstein who was responsible for his misery. After relating his story, the creature demanded that Victor re-create his experiment and construct another creature. The creature explained he was desperate for a companion who would not find him repulsive. If Victor does as he asks, he will go away with the new creature and never bother Victor again. Although wary of the proposal, Victor says he reluctantly agreed to the creature’s request.

Hardcover:

9781509827756 | Collectors Library, February 7, 2017, cover price $12.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein

Paperback:

9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518746666 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $9.99 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781518601507 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 13, 2015, cover price $9.75 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
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9780553898033 | Random House Inc, September 30, 2003, cover price $4.95 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein

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Robert Walton, an explorer, describes his trip to the Arctic in letters to his sister, Margaret Saville, who lives in England. After discussing his preparations for the trip, one of Walton’s letters informs Margaret that his ship is stuck and surrounded by ice. Walton then relates a strange event: As they looked out on the enormous ice field, Walton and his crew saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled. The following day they discovered another, smaller man, desperately ill, adrift on a sheet of ice. Walton writes that he brought the man onto his ship, allowed him to rest, and attempted to nurse him back to health. After a week the man was able to talk and told Walton an incredible story. The man’s name is Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a member of a wealthy family concerned with humanitarian issues. Victor goes on to relate his story to Walton, who writes it down as Victor speaks, making a record of Victor’s story, to be sent as a letter to Margaret Saville, Walton’s sister. Victor tells Walton that, as a boy, he was always fascinated by science and alchemy and he eventually attended the University of Ingolstadt to study natural science. At the university he focused all his attention on experiments designed to create life. After months of exhaustive study, Victor constructed a huge creature from parts of human cadavers. He then discovered a method of bringing it to life. However, when the creature opened its eyes, Victor was horrified by his monstrous-looking creation. He ran from his laboratory and became very ill and disoriented for almost two years. During this time, he believed that the creature must have perished. After he recovered from his illness, as he prepared to return home to his family, Victor learned that William, his seven-year-old brother, had been murdered. Justine Moritz, a young woman the Frankenstein family had adopted, had been accused of the crime. But Victor refused to believe that Justine committed the murder. Instead, he suspected that his creature wasn’t really dead, and was responsible for the horrible crime. However, after Victor returned to Geneva, Justine was tried, found guilty, and hanged. Victor explains to Walton that he felt responsible for William’s murder and Justine’s execution. Guilt-ridden and desperate to be alone, he climbed into the mountains, where he encountered the creature. The creature told Victor that he had survived for the past two years, hiding out in the woods and eating nuts and berries. Lonely and miserable, he realized that he was repulsive to other human beings. In the forest, though, the creature discovered a gentle peasant family living in a cottage; by secretly observing them, the creature learned to read and write. Then, in his jacket pocket, the creature found Victor’s journal and read of the experiments that led to his creation. Enraged, he concluded that it was Victor Frankenstein who was responsible for his misery. After relating his story, the creature demanded that Victor re-create his experiment and construct another creature. The creature explained he was desperate for a companion who would not find him repulsive. If Victor does as he asks, he will go away with the new creature and never bother Victor again. Although wary of the proposal, Victor says he reluctantly agreed to the creature’s request.

Hardcover:

9781609927356 | Reprint edition (Qeb Pub Inc, October 1, 2015), cover price $9.99
9781435137684 | Gardners Books, December 12, 2012, cover price $13.50 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781435136168 | Lea edition (Gardners Books, October 25, 2012), cover price $29.65 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9789875508255 | Longseller S.A., June 30, 2011, cover price $17.95
9781406212518 | Gardners Books, May 15, 2009, cover price $19.55 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
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Paperback:

9781530831036 | Prm ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 2, 2016), cover price $6.49 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781471853586 | Ill edition (Hodder Education, March 8, 2016), cover price $22.50
9781530070039 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 17, 2016, cover price $8.90 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9781523689521 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 25, 2016, cover price $5.98 | also contains Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Frankenstein
9780312463182 | 3 edition (Bedford/st Martins, November 20, 2015), cover price $19.90
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9781501273513 | Unabridged edition (Brilliance Audio, November 3, 2015), cover price $14.99
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9781622501144 | Saddleback Pub, January 1, 2013, cover price $12.95
9781424045747 | Heinle & Heinle Pub, March 26, 2009, cover price $32.95
9781408400470 | Unabridged edition (Bbc Pubns, August 14, 2008), cover price $26.95

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100,000 years ago, at least six human species inhabited the earth. Today there is only one. Us. Homo Sapiens. How did our species succeed in the battle for dominance? Why did our foraging ancestors come together to create cities and kingdoms? How did we come to believe in gods, nations and human rights; to trust money, books and laws; and to be enslaved by bureaucracy, consumerism and the pursuit of happiness? Bold, wide-ranging and provocative, Sapiens challenges everything we thought we knew about being human: our beliefs, our actions, our power . . . and our future.

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9780062316097 | Harpercollins, February 10, 2015, cover price $29.99
9781846558238 | Vintage Uk, September 4, 2014, cover price $40.85 | About this edition: 100,000 years ago, at least six human species inhabited the earth.

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9780062316110 | Reprint edition (Perennial, February 7, 2017), cover price $16.99
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9781494506902 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, February 10, 2015), cover price $44.99 | About this edition: One hundred thousand years ago, at least six human species inhabited the earth.

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9780548092170, titled "The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History" | Kessinger Pub Co, July 30, 2007, cover price $49.95 | About this edition: This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
9780836924787 | Ayer Co Pub, March 1, 1993, cover price $21.00

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9781519287502, titled "The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History" | Createspace Independent Pub, November 14, 2015, cover price $24.99 | About this edition: Thank you for checking out this book by Theophania Publishing.
9781425497637, titled "The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History" | Kessinger Pub Co, May 28, 2006, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
9781410200808, titled "The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History" | Univ Pr of the Pacific, July 1, 2002, cover price $34.50

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Product Description: An insider’s look into the decades of research behind Zecharia Sitchin’s books as well as an in-depth overview of his theories and discoveries • Includes carefully selected chapters from the Earth Chronicles series as well as never-before-published letters, articles, and lectures • Each piece includes an introduction, offering context and insight into Sitchin’s passionate work and revealing the man behind the theories • Explains the genesis of The 12th Planet, the Anunnaki influences on the Sumerian civilization, the orbit of Nibiru, the prehistory of the Americas, the extraterrestrial origins of modern man, and much more What if the tales from the Old Testament and other ancient writings, such as those from Sumer, Babylon, Egypt, and Greece, were not myths or allegory but accounts of actual historical events? Known for his ability to read and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets, Zecharia Sitchin (1920-2010) took the words of our most ancient ancestors as fact and, through decades of meticulous research, showed that they revealed a coherent narrative about the true origins of humanity and civilization...read more
By Janet Sitchin (editor)

Hardcover:

9781591432296 | 1 edition (Bear & Co, September 28, 2015), cover price $24.00 | About this edition: An insider’s look into the decades of research behind Zecharia Sitchin’s books as well as an in-depth overview of his theories and discoveries • Includes carefully selected chapters from the Earth Chronicles series as well as never-before-published letters, articles, and lectures • Each piece includes an introduction, offering context and insight into Sitchin’s passionate work and revealing the man behind the theories • Explains the genesis of The 12th Planet, the Anunnaki influences on the Sumerian civilization, the orbit of Nibiru, the prehistory of the Americas, the extraterrestrial origins of modern man, and much more What if the tales from the Old Testament and other ancient writings, such as those from Sumer, Babylon, Egypt, and Greece, were not myths or allegory but accounts of actual historical events?

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Human Age

Hardcover:

9781410474742 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, December 17, 2014), cover price $31.99
9780393240740 | W W Norton & Co Inc, September 10, 2014, cover price $27.95

Paperback:

9780393351644 | Reprint edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, September 14, 2015), cover price $15.95
9780755365012 | Gardners Books, May 7, 2015, cover price $14.50 | About this edition: Human Age

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Product Description: In line with German sociologist Norbert Elias' civilizing process, this book describes how architecture has been perceived with regard to dwelling practices over an extended period of societal development. The genealogy of the civilizing process in dwelling practices begins with the Palace of Versailles and runs chronologically to present day residential construction in Germany...read more

Hardcover:

9783643906137 | Lit Verlag, April 22, 2015, cover price $52.95 | About this edition: In line with German sociologist Norbert Elias' civilizing process, this book describes how architecture has been perceived with regard to dwelling practices over an extended period of societal development.

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0134113624 / 9780134113623 Discovering the Humanities, Books a la Carte Edition & Writer -- ValuePack Access Card & NEW MyArtsLab with Pearson eText -- ValuePack Access Card -- for Discovering the Humanities Package   Package consists of:    0205219691 / 9780205219698 Discovering the Humanities, Books a la Carte Edition 020588072X / 9780205880720 NEW MyArtsLab with Pearson eText -- ValuePack Access Card -- for Discovering the Humanities 032197235X / 9780321972354 Writer -- ValuePack Access Card

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9780133877700 | 3 edition (Prentice Hall, January 3, 2015), cover price $181.20
9780134113623, titled "Discovering the Humanities: Books a La Carte Edition" | 2 pck unbn edition (Prentice Hall, November 26, 2014), cover price $147.33 | About this edition: 0134113624 / 9780134113623 Discovering the Humanities, Books a la Carte Edition & Writer -- ValuePack Access Card & NEW MyArtsLab with Pearson eText -- ValuePack Access Card -- for Discovering the Humanities Package   Package consists of:    0205219691 / 9780205219698 Discovering the Humanities, Books a la Carte Edition 020588072X / 9780205880720 NEW MyArtsLab with Pearson eText -- ValuePack Access Card -- for Discovering the Humanities 032197235X / 9780321972354 Writer -- ValuePack Access Card
9780205956173, titled "Discovering the Humanities: Books a La Carte Plus" | 2 pck unbn edition (Prentice Hall, September 5, 2012), cover price $126.67
9780205883684 | 2 pck pap/ edition (Prentice Hall, January 11, 2012), cover price $183.13 | About this edition: Discovering the Humanities Plus NEW MyArtsLab with eText -- Access Card Package
9780205219643 | 2 edition (Prentice Hall, January 7, 2012), cover price $175.80
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9780199382279 | Oxford Univ Pr, March 11, 2015, cover price $75.00

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9780199382286 | Oxford Univ Pr, March 11, 2015, cover price $39.95

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Product Description: The Settler Colonial Present explores the ways in which settler colonialism as a specific mode of domination informs the global present. It presents an argument regarding its extraordinary resilience and diffusion and reflects on the need to imagine its decolonisation.

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9781137372468 | Palgrave Macmillan, March 13, 2015, cover price $95.00 | About this edition: The Settler Colonial Present explores the ways in which settler colonialism as a specific mode of domination informs the global present.

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9781137394040 | Palgrave Macmillan, March 13, 2015, cover price $35.00 | About this edition: The Settler Colonial Present explores the ways in which settler colonialism as a specific mode of domination informs the global present.

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By Derek Perkins (narrator)

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9780389207719, titled "Wilkie Collins: Women, Property and Propriety" | Barnes & Noble Imports, August 1, 1988, cover price $88.00 | also contains Wilkie Collins: Women, Property and Propriety
9780389207726, titled "The Western European Economy: A Geography of Post War Development" | Barnes & Noble Imports, January 1, 1988, cover price $52.50 | also contains The Western European Economy: A Geography of Post War Development

CD/Spoken Word:

9781494556907 | Mp3 una edition (Tantor Media Inc, February 10, 2015), cover price $29.99

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Product Description: Long praised by instructors and students for its accessible regional chapter structure, readability, and sustained attention to social history, the A History of World Societies, Value Edition, is a brief, affordable text that brings the past to life...read more

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9781457685323 | 10th edition (Bedford/st Martins, September 12, 2014), cover price $67.45 | About this edition: Long praised by instructors and students for its accessible regional chapter structure, readability, and sustained attention to social history, the A History of World Societies, Value Edition, is a brief, affordable text that brings the past to life.

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Product Description: Long praised by instructors and students for its accessible regional chapter structure, readability, and sustained attention to social history, the A History of World Societies, Value Edition, is a brief, affordable text that brings the past to life...read more

Paperback:

9781457685330 | 10th edition (Bedford/st Martins, September 12, 2014), cover price $67.45 | About this edition: Long praised by instructors and students for its accessible regional chapter structure, readability, and sustained attention to social history, the A History of World Societies, Value Edition, is a brief, affordable text that brings the past to life.

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Product Description: Long praised by instructors and students for its accessible regional chapter structure, readability, and sustained attention to social history, the A History of World Societies, Value Edition, is a brief, affordable text that brings the past to life...read more

Paperback:

9781457685262 | 10th edition (Bedford/st Martins, September 12, 2014), cover price $88.75 | About this edition: Long praised by instructors and students for its accessible regional chapter structure, readability, and sustained attention to social history, the A History of World Societies, Value Edition, is a brief, affordable text that brings the past to life.

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Product Description: The timechart is based on an original Victorian wall chart, published in 1890. It follows the entire history of mankind and shows what was happening concurrently around the world with illustrations of many major events, discoveries and prominent people...read more
By Third Millennium Press (corporate author)

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9780785831921 | 5th edition (Chartwell Books, September 8, 2014), cover price $19.99 | About this edition: The timechart is based on an original Victorian wall chart, published in 1890.

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