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  • Item #: 011827
    ISBN: 9781936648399
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  • Item #: 011831
    ISBN: 9781936648337
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  • Item #: 040005
    ISBN: 9781936648634
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  • Item #: 009328
    ISBN: 9781936648429
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  • Item #: 048457
    ISBN: 9781936648481
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  • Item #: 048458
    ISBN: 9781932168921
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  • Item #: 049827
    ISBN: 9781936648009
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  • Item #: 049982
    ISBN: 9781444004236
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  • Item #: 036500
    ISBN: 9780140455168
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    This classic, historical book was written by Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, who was born in AD 69 and became the private secretary to Roman Emperor Hadrian. The book includes twelve chapters, each telling the life story of one man who gained power over Rome. The men include Julius Caesar, Augustus, Tiberius, Gaius, Claudius, Nero, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. Follow the events of Rome as the book shares about the powerful men who ran it. The book is full of great anecdotes, wry observations, detailed physical descriptions, and personal and public information about each leader. This edition was translated by Robert Graves, and it includes the straightforwardness of the original in an easy-to-read version that has become very popular. The book also includes an introduction by Michael Grant, a detailed index, maps, a timeline, keys to terms and places, and more. 364 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 001887
    ISBN: 9780743273565
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    In this classic American novel of the Roaring Twenties, Nick Carraway moves East after coming home from World War I and finds himself living among the idle rich. As Nick surveys the reckless lives and relationships of high society, he is repeatedly drawn to one man who believes in and seems to embody the American Dream: Jay Gatsby. But in the end, Nick finds that the god of materialism brings only moral emptiness and destruction.

  • Item #: 037761
    ISBN: 9780375756764
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  • Item #: 013779
    ISBN: 9780064471190
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  • Item #: 001046
    ISBN: 9780345339706
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    This first book in the Lord of the Rings trilogy introduces Frodo Baggins, his faithful servant Sam, the evil sorcerer Saron, and the magical and evil Ring. Frodo and his band of companions must avoid those who pursue them and carry the Ring to the one place it can be destroyed. Contains the original text and maps.

  • Item #: 046168
    ISBN: 9780679642602
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    This classic work by Marcus Aurelius, the Roman philosopher and emperor, provides a "manual" for living a virtuous life. Aurelius gives insight and advice on everything from dealing with adversity and interacting with others to coming to terms with life and death. This manual is divided into eleven books (some with themes, such as Debts and Lessons), with each book containing plenty of maxims, sayings, musings, and reflections. Some of the musings are brief (one or two sentences), while others are several paragraphs long. All are numbered for convenience and ease of reference. The front of the book contains an introduction by the translator, Gregory Hays, while the back of the book has an index of persons and plenty of notes to explain some of the more difficult-to-understand aspects of this ancient text. 191 pgs, hc. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 046148
    ISBN: 9780062073556
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    Considered by many to be Agatha Christie's finest mystery, Death on the Nile finds detective Hercule Poirot, in the middle of what appears on the surface to be a crime of passion. Gorgeous young heiress Linnet Ridgeway appears to have it all – money, looks, and social position. However, when she sets her sights on her best friend Jaqueline's beau, she gains a new husband and an enemy. While Linnet and her prize enjoy a honeymoon cruise down the Egyptian Nile, the couple is accompanied by a diverse cast of characters also on the steamship, including Jaqueline herself, who is doggedly following the couple. Late one night on the steamer, Jackie shoots Linnet's husband in a fit of passion. While he is only wounded, everyone is shocked to learn the next morning that Linnet has also been shot – fatally. With a limited group of suspects, shifting stories and airtight alibis, this simple "crime of passion" may be one of Poirot's toughest cases yet. 420 pgs, pb. – Jess

  • Item #: 043813
    ISBN: 9780830834013
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    InterVarsity Press (one of my favorite presses) has come out with this great Christian classic. It highlights biblical affirmation of the arts and establishes a Christian perspective of art. This book has become common reading for both theology students and everyday Christians and IVP is offering the unabridged, original book in an inexpensive softcover edition. By Francis A. Schaeffer, 95 pgs. ~Rachel

  • Item #: 040741
    ISBN: 9780140442014
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    A classic by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (translated into English by Maurice Cranston), this book has been debated since it was published in 1762. Rousseau argues that no one has the right to have authority over others and a "social contract" should exist between all citizens of an area. Seen by some as a blueprint for totalitarianism and by others as a declaration of democratic principles, this fascinating book makes readers consider issues of liberty, law, freedom, and justice. 188 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 037399
    ISBN: 9780226470498
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    This book includes a beautiful translation of the Iliad by Richmond Lattimore. The translation is very poetic and easy to read, capturing the essence of the original text while using more contemporary language. It makes the Homer telling of the Battle of Troy more readable than it's ever been. A 55 page introduction is included that summarizes and analyzes the text. A helpful glossary of names and terms is included. If you're going to undertake the reading of this ancient poem, this translation is the one to use. Every fifth line of the poem is numbered for easy reference and group reading. 528 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 036477
    ISBN: 9780140440065
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  • Item #: 031225
    ISBN: 9780451528810
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    Written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay, The Federalist Papers explain and defend our constitutional government, and make a notable case arguing that the intended structure of our government was the one best suited to humans and their rights. This edition also includes copies of the "Declaration of Independence" and the "Articles of Confederation," an appendix which cross-references the Federalist Papers and the Constitution, and an "Index of Ideas".

  • Item #: 029709
    ISBN: 9780199537235
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    Originally written in Latin by the 8th century scholarly monk, the Venerable Saint Bede (considered to be the best known medieval historian), and translated by Bertram Colgrave, this book covers England's religious history from the 1st century BC, through and including the events of Bede's own timeframe. Also included is a translation of Bede's The Greater Chronicle, which examines the Roman Empire and Europe of his day, and his Letter to Egbert, which discusses his thoughts about the English Church just before he died in 735. ~ Tom

  • Item #: 029708
    ISBN: 9780199537822
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    This is Henry Chadwick's translation, from the original Latin into English, of Saint Augustine's classic, Confessions. Near the close of the 4th century, shortly after his ordination as Bishop of Hippo Regius, Augustine began writing his autobiography, which comprises the first nine "books" of this work, followed by a book on memory and the subconscious, one on time and eternity, then a reconciliation of Plato and Christianity on the subject of Creation, and finally an allegory of the first chapter of Gensis to discuss the Church and sacraments. There is much to be learned here about the transition from a fully secular lifestyle, through conversion to a faith in Jesus Christ and beyond. ~ Tom

  • Item #: 028775
    ISBN: 9780062565419
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    C.S. Lewis brings us a novel of Orual, The Queen of Glome. When Orual was a little girl, the only company she had to keep was her irritating sister, Redival, and her father, the tempestuous King. However, her life changed dramatically with the introduction of Fox, one of her father's slaves, into her life. Fox became her only true comfort, and Orual affectionately began to call him "Grandfather." Fox taught her to think in the ways of the Greeks, how to regard the Gods and everything else that has happened in her life. Soon after the arrival of Fox, the King married and brought into the world the most beautiful child, "Istra," which translates to Psyche. As Orual's family has partial blood of the Gods, Psyche too has been touched. It does not take long before the citizens of Glome begin to refer to her as a goddess. While Psyche is beautiful, Orual is extremely homely. Psyche makes the God Ungit jealous; therefore, as punishment, there has been little yield in the way of crops. The Priest of Ungit declares that in order for the citizens of Glome to be prevented from starving, there must be a sacrifice. It is the matter of this sacrifice that will change the soul and the life of Orual forever.

  • Item #: 023451
    ISBN: 9780486445595
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    This book contains two of Virgil's most revered poems, translated into English for easy reading. This thrift edition comes at a great price and includes the complete unabridged translation of both the Eclogues and the Georgics by James Rhoades. The Eclogues is the story of simple shepherds struggling with unrequited love while tending their flocks amid the civil war following Julius Caesar's assassination. The Georgics rejoices in Italy and the country's beauty, values of rustic piety, pleasures of family life, and the vitality of the Italian people. Two great poems in one handy book. 100 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 012051
    ISBN: 9780345277602
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    A rich tale of one of King Arthur's most noble knights, Sir Gawain. This tale is full of warriors, romance, battles, and many other adventures. Also housed in this volume are two other works, Pearl, and Sir Orfeo. An unknown medieval poet originally wrote all 3 of these stories, but these retellings by J.R.R. Tolkien bring the stories to life while retaining the artistic language.