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Adventures of Harry Marline, or Notes from an American Midshipman's Lucky Bag (Classic Reprint) - 2841422062

77,27 zł

Adventures of Harry Marline, or Notes from an American Midshipman's Lucky Bag (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Excerpt from The Adventures of Harry Marline, or Notes From an American Midshipman's Lucky Bag I was a very small boy when I first made acquaintance with the sea in the year 18 - as a midshipman, and could easily have been stowed away in the pocket of a pea-jacket without any one's knowing I was there. But I was acknowledged by every one to be knowing far beyond my years, and my friends always guaranteed my growth, as we had never known a runt on either side of the family. There were various surmises about my future end; some old fogies about and in the old town of Babel, Pennsylvania, where I was born, shook their heads sorrowfully as they passed me in the street, and predicted that I would end my days on a gallows, while the more charitable said that I would sow my wild oats, and turn out in the long run a clever fellow. I remember that I was the terror of all the inhabitants of Babel, each of whom in turn had suffered from the effects of my mischievous pranks. No mischief was committed in or out of the town but I was sure to be named as the author of it, and I often had the credit of doing things of which I was entirely innocent. Be that as it may, the elders of the town came to the conclusion that I was a perfect nuisancé, and must be got rid of by some means or other. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Case Notes of Sherlock Holmes - 2826694229

139,81 zł

Case Notes of Sherlock Holmes ANDRE DEUTSCH

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Sherlock Holmes is undoubtedly the most famous detective in the world. His adventures have been portrayed in fourteen different TV series and twenty different TV movies as well as around 600 Holmes-related radio programs. He has been inducted as an honorary fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the only fictional character ever to achieve such distinction. In the UK, a national computer database used by the police is called HOLMES - Home Office Large Major Enquiry System. In short, everyone knows that Sherlock Holmes is the greatest detective who never lived, but his fictional adventures have held us in thrall for over 120 years. "The Case Notes of Sherlock Holmes" is written, just as most of his adventures, by his trusty friend Dr John H Watson. These are the notes on which Watson based his later, more elaborate accounts of Holmes' investigations. They take the form of a scrapbook containing letters, sketches, newspaper articles and other items sometimes mentioned in the more familiar forms of these stories, but often neglected. Here you will find Watson's sketches of the paw prints discovered near the body of Sir Charles Baskerville, the address label from the gruesome parcel that was sent to Susan Cushing in "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box", Sherlock Holmes' final, heartrending letter to Watson before his violent struggle with Moriarty in "The Final Problem", as well as many other fascinating documents. All of the items are reproduced as genuine historical artifacts, with tears, stains, folds and handwritten annotations by Watson. Eighteen of these items are held in special 'evidence' bags on the page, to be removed for easy study by the reader. Painstakingly researched, beautifully designed and packaged, and rich in period detail, this is a book that brings the world of 221b Baker Street vividly to life. It is a volume that no Sherlock Holmes fan will want to be without.


Consolations of Philosophy - 2212839584

45,80 zł

Consolations of Philosophy Penguin

Nauki humanistyczne

Alain de Botton, best-selling author of How Proust can Change Your Life, has set six of the finest minds in the history of philosophy to work on the problems of everyday life. Here then are Socrates, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche on some of the things that bother us all; lack of money, the pain of love, inadequacy, anxiety, the fear of failure and the pressure to conform.


Mike Watt: on and off Bass - 2834159528

112,07 zł

Mike Watt: on and off Bass Three Rooms Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The New Yorker calls it "unusual and beautiful." The LA Weekly raves, "the photos are strikingly inventive, revealing yet another side of this modern-day Renaissance man." MTV calls it "a charming, well-shot document of a the legendary punk rocker's photographic dabbling." Detroit Metrotimes: "A unique insight into Watt's mind." "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" is getting a lot of buzz. And for good reason, considering the author and photographer is the legendary punk bassist himself. Mike Watt got his musical start thumping the bass with legendary San Pedro punk trio, The Minutemen in 1980 and he has been at it ever since. Over the years, he's toured with Dos, fIREHOSE, his own The Black Gang, The Secondmen, The Missingmen, and others, and he has worked bass as a sideman for Porno for Pyros, J Mascis and the Fog, as well as punk godfathers The Stooges. Off the road, at his beloved San Pedro, CA home base, Watt developed a deep interest in photography. In Spring 2010, Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica, CA hosted an exhibit of his photos: "Mike Watt: Eye-Gifts from Pedro." According to Track 16 executive director Laurie Steelink, who curated the exhibit, "He has this knack for finding the early morning sweet spots when venturing out alone on his bike or kayak. The resulting photographs never seem to dry: light, flight, salt, rust, and tide commingle in fiery sunrises, endless heavens, roiling waves and fog." The photos offer another side of Watt that fans of his punk rock music may not be familiar with: While seemingly serene, many have an underlying tension and that often shows the sharp contrast between industry and nature. In "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass," photographs that appeared in the exhibit are punctuated by Watt's poetry and snippets selected from 10 years of his diaries. Watt's writing is insightful, funny, intimate and honest, as he explores topics like John Coltrane, long hauls and overcoming performance fears. "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" exposes Watt's vision as a photographer, diarist and poet, taking its readers on a trip. And when you stop turning the pages of Watt's story, you start turning the pages of yours, re-ignited. " Mike Watt's photos are the poetry of San Pedro...every time he goes out on that kayak he comes back with gold. These gorgeous images paired with the raw reflections of three decades on the road are sure to blow the minds of all who love punk rock and our beloved vision questing troubadour." - Jack Black " Here is the last stand of the fruited earth and the ship-freighted sea. How lovely America was. God bless San Pedro and Mike Watt." - Iggy Pop " The heart and mind and EYES of Michael Watt, half-brother of us all, in black/white and color. No blue-eyed beatnik Buddhist ever breathed such humility; no jackleg science-fictioneer ever oozed such enchantment. That's right!" - Richard Meltzer "Watt covers the waterfront." - Raymond Pettibon " Susan Sontag wrote that photographs of people are haunted by death. There aren't many people in Mike Watt's photographs so maybe that's why they seem haunted rather by life -- the large operations of man around the harbor and the smaller scale activity of wildlife that puts up with them. Mike is out at sun-up and getting to see SoCal's lands end from his kayak is an unearned privilege, the best kind a book can deliver. Paired with excerpts from his journal which catch him rolling across the continents as a working musician gives a precise idea what besides exercise Mike gets out of it." - Joe Carducci " Mike Watt is poetry. He's like one half of a metaphor. Watt can only be matched in poetry. When you mix pirate, Pedro pix, music, d. boon forever, hard work, weird sincerity, good will, curiosity, love, and an adult moustache, what do you have? Poetry is the answer. Poetry poetry poetry. Watt Watt Watt!" - Richard Hell Reviews The LA Review of Books' Craig Hubert offers a keen and insightful review of "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" in this week's edition. Hubert notes, "[Watt] has a keen eye for capturing unexpected disruptions within seemingly normal, even mundane situations...Loss is prevalent throughout "On and Off Bass," but it is undercut with hope; there is always the sustaining reservoir of inspiration -- from Boon, from music, from San Pedro itself -- to dip back into. It's the same reservoir that John Coltrane described in a 1966 interview with Nat Hentoff: 'There is never any end. There are always new sounds to imagine, new feelings to get at.'" Rick Moody's extensive interview with Mike Watt on TheRumpus.Net is an essential read for fans of the legendary punk rock bass player, photographer, poet and writer. It starts with major props for the Three Rooms Press book "Mike Watt: On and Bass," which Moody notes, "As with everything that Watt has turned his attention to since he began making art in 1980, On and Off Base is sincere, funny, handmade, beautiful, totally idiosyncratic, and entirely original." MTV Hive writer Austin L. Ray is impressed with the econo nature of the new Three Rooms Press book, "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass" by the legendary punk bassist. The book features photos from Watt's gallery show at Track 16 in Santa Monica, juxtaposed with poetry, reflections and diary snippet from Watt's massive 1,500 page collection of musings on The article features Watt discussing the origins of some of the photos in the book. The New Yorker loves "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass", calling it an "unusual and beautiful photographic memoir." LA Weekly writer Nicholas Pell interviews Mike Watt, revealing exclusive photos from the new book "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass." Pell raves, "His skill lies not in classical composition -- although photo nerds will nonetheless find plenty to like in the book. Rather, Watt's strength comes from his ability to capture everyday scenes. His pictures make the mundane into the sublime." Rockerzine writer Katy Dang raves about "Mike Watt: On and Off Bass," noting that through the photos and text, "Watt brings his world and his experiences into focus, sharing them unabashedly with whoever chooses to come on board. He brings the past into the present, never merely resting on his laurels and always missing D. Boon, his missing friend." Greg Barbrick, on says it's a "collection that rewards repeated viewings and is very well crafted."


Phantom Of The Opera - 2839292030

739,99 zł

Phantom Of The Opera Universal Music

Muzyka>Musical / Kabaret

1. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Prologue 2. Stilgoe, Richard - Overture 3. The Phantom Of The Opera 4. Stilgoe, Richard - Think Of Me (Original Version) 5. Original London Cast, The - Angel Of Music 6. Original London Cast, The - Little Lotte .../the M 7. Stilgoe, Richard - The Phantom Of The Opera 8. Charles Hart - The Music Of The Night 9. Stilgoe, Richard - I Remember .../stranger Than Yo 10. Stilgoe, Richard - Magical Lasso 11. Stilgoe, Richard - Notes .../prima Donna 12. Stilgoe, Richard - Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh 13. Stilgoe, Richard - Why Have You Brought Me Here 14. Charles Hart - All I Ask Of You 15. Charles Hart - All I Ask Of You 16. V/a - Phantom Of The Opera - Weblink 101. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Entr'acte 102. Charles Hart - Masquerade / Why So Silent 103. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Notes .../twisted Every Way 104. Stilgoe, Richard - Wishing You Were Somehow Here A 105. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Wandering Child .../bravo, 106. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - The Point Of No Return 107. Original London Cast, The - Down Once More .../tra 201. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Prologue 202. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - The Coney Island Waltz 203. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - That's The Place That You R 204. Glenn Slater - Heaven By The Sea 205. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Only For Him / Only For You 206. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - The Aerie 207. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - ?til I Hear You Sing 208. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Giry Confronts The Phantom 209. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Christine Disembarks 210. Glenn Slater - Arrival Of The Trio / Are You Ready 211. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - What A Dreadful Town!... 212. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Look With Your Heart 213. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Beneath A Moonless Sky 214. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Once Upon Another Time 215. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Mother Please, I'm Scared! 216. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Dear Old Friend 217. Glenn Slater - Beautiful 218. Glenn Slater - The Beauty Underneath 219. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - The Phantom Confronts Chris 301. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Entr'acte 302. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Why Does She Love Me? 303. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Devil Take The Hindmost 304. Glenn Slater - Heaven By The Sea (Reprise) 305. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Ladies...gents! / The Coney 306. Glenn Slater - Bathing Beauty 307. The Andrew Lloyd Webber Orchestra - Mother, Did Y 308. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Before The Performance 309. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Devil Take The Hindmost 310. Glenn Slater - Love Never Dies 311. Glenn Slater - Ah, Christine!... 312. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Gustave! Gustave!... 313. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Please Miss Giry, I Want T 401. Stilgoe, Richard - The Phantom Of The Opera 402. Charles Hart - All I Ask Of You 403. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - The Music Of The Night 404. Stilgoe, Richard - Wishing You Were Somehow Here A 405. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Andrew Lloyd Webber Intervi 406. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - Andrew Lloyd Webber & Sarah 407. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - News Report With Sue Lawley 408. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - The Phantom Of The Opera 409. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - All I Ask Of You 410. Charles Hart - The Music Of The Night 411. Webber, Andrew Lloyd - 10,000 Performance Footage


Michigan Box - 1950s & 1960s Oddball Labels / Var - 2840271504

879,99 zł

Michigan Box - 1950s & 1960s Oddball Labels / Var


1. Blue Echoes, The - O'misery 2. Blue Echoes, The - Rebel Train 3. Blue Echoes, The - Tossin' & Turnin' 4. Shoffner, Rufus & Songer, Joyce - Orbit Twist 5. Rogers, Kelly & Joyce Singo - Raindrops 6. Hammac, Frank - World Of Pleasure 7. Atlantics, The - Heartburn 8. Atlantics, The - Monkey Tree 9. Hawk, Kathy - Rocket To The Moon 10. Lenny & The Thundertones - Homicidal 11. Douglas, Dwight & The Jayhawkers - Interstate 45 12. Armstrong, Dick - I Wanta Go Steady With You 13. Yarborough, Lafayette - Cool Cool Baby 14. Yarborough, Lafayette - Livin' Doll 15. Chantells, The - Long Tall Sally 16. Chantells, The - Rockin' Revelie 17. Princetons Five, The - Goin' Nowhere 18. Princetons Five, The - Deadman 19. Good, Bobby - Crawl Back 20. Flamethrowers, The - Intensity 21. Flamethrowers, The - Whippy Wow 22. Culler, Max - Mr Johnson 23. Walton, Clarence & Walton Brothers Band - The Cat 24. Martin, Chubby - Soul Salesman 25. Bob & The Rockabillies - Baby, Why Did You Have To 26. Bob & The Rockabillies - Your Kind Of Love 27. Blue Echoes, The - Cool Guitar 28. Blue Echoes, The - It's Witchcraft 29. Jorden, Denny & The Fortuneaires - You'll Be Lonel 30. Atkins, James / Atkins, Walter & His Homotone's - 31. Atkins, James / Atkins, Walter & His Homotone's - 32. Millionaires, The - Arkansas Jane 33. Jackson, Eddie - Blues, I Can't Hide 101. Allers, Ron & His Rhythm Masters - Heartless Woman 102. Bob & His Neptunes - Night Street 103. Egyptians, The - Twin Spin 104. Flamethrowers, The - Suzette 105. Flamethrowers, The - The Knights Caper 106. Lee, Jimmy - Baby, Baby, Baby 107. Lee, Jimmy - She's Gone 108. Brady, Palford - L-o-v-e 109. Taylor, Ray & The Alabama Pals - Clocking My Card 110. Taylor, Ray & The Alabama Pals - Connie Lou 111. Taylor, Ray & The Alabama Pals - My Hamtrack Baby 112. Taylor, Ray & The Alabama Pals - I'll Never Let Yo 113. Friar, Hugh & Virginia Vagabonds - I Can't Stay Ma 114. Friar, Hugh & Virginia Vagabonds - Empty Arms 115. Nix, Ford & Moonshiners - Ain't No Sign I Wouldn't 116. Nix, Ford & Moonshiners - Nine Times Out Of Ten 117. Curly Dan / Maynard, Jim / Danville Mountain Tr - 118. Curly Dan / Maynard, Jim / Danville Mountain Tr - 119. Swain, Bill - Renfro Valley Home 120. Paul & Larry - Just A Cheater 121. Lenny & The Thundertones - Thunder Express 122. Johnny Guitar & The Rhythm-aires - Zaragoza 123. Brady, Pal - More Lovin' 124. Country Misfits, The - Hello There Mister 125. Buckett, Johnny & His Cumberland River Boys - Hipp 126. Wayne, Jimmy & The Galaxies - You Shake Me 127. Cimbalas, The - Crazy Tom 128. Bond, Bobby & The Bandits - Sweet Love 129. Curly Dan / Wilma Ann / Danville Mountain Boys, - 130. Danny & The Galaxies - Ad Lib 131. Danny & The Galaxies - If You Want To Be My Baby 132. Dockery, Chuck & The Four Buddies - Nashville, Ten 133. Tino & The Revlons - Rave On 134. Dockery, Chuck & The Four Buddies - Rock While We 201. Deltrons, The - Tonya 202. Zella, Danny & His Zell Rocks - Sapphire 203. Sabres, The - Bounty Hunter 204. Dycus, Connie - I Could Shoot Myself (If I Wasn' T 205. Zolton, Frank / Town & Country Boys - Cats Eyes 206. D&s Wildcats, The - Wildcaten 207. Royal Playboys, The - Goodbye Bo 208. Emanons, The - Stomper 209. Dee, Bobby & The Crestliners - Graveyard Twist 210. Dee, Bobby & The Crestliners - Jerry's Twist 211. King - I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday 212. Williams, Jimmy & The Drifters - If You Could Love 213. Williams, Jimmy & The Drifters - Teardrops & Memor 214. Raye, Zone - Twilight 215. Hesitations, The - Wild Little Willie 216. Fugitives, The - On Trial 217. Renegades V, The - Wine, Wine, Wine 218. Harris, Bob & The Kings Four - Bertha Lou 219. E'lites, The - What Are We Gonne Call It? You Got 220. Winters, Hank - Honeymoon Express 221. Moss, Roy / Allen, Cliff's Band - Wiggle Walkin' B 222. Moss, Roy / Allen, Cliff's Band - Yes, Juanita's M 223. Mysterions, The - Amnesia 224. Mysterions, The - Transylvania 225. Lincoln Trio, The - Shake Down 226. Mysterions, The - Down Hill 227. Carroll, Jimmy - Big Green Car 228. Scavengers, The - Curfue 229. Flat Top's Rabble Rousers - Norm Childs / Coverup 230. Flintales, The - Flintales Rock 231. Vulcans, The - Jambo 232. Vulcans, The - Shimmy Shuffle 233. Flintales, The - D-rail 301. Songer, Earl & His Rocky Road Ramblers - Mother-in 302. Friar & His Hillbilly Hicks - Joe's Mandolin Boogi 303. Myers, Jimmy & His Happy Highway Gang - Drunk Man' 304. Myers, Jimmy & His Happy Highway Gang - Ding Dong 305. Rye, Forest / String Band - Wild Cat Boogie 306. Gilbert, Boots / Sykes, Bob / Hatfield, Chuck & - 307. Gilbert, Boots / Hatfield, Chuck & The Treble-a - 308. Davis & His Tennessee Kings - Partnership Love Aff 309. Jackson, Eddie & His Swingsters - Rock & Roll Baby 310. Turner, Buster & His Pinnacle Mountain Boys - That 311. Hicks, Bill & The Southerneers - Blue Flame 312. Hicks, Bill & The Southerneers - She's Done Gone 313. Rector, Roy / Bradford, Slim - I Didn't Know I Lov 314. Lee, Jimmy - You Ain't No Good For Me 315. De Bree, Pete & The Wanderers - My Bucket's Got A 316. Rector, Roy - Heard The Back Door Slam 317. De Bree, Pete & The Wanderers - Hey, Mr Presley 318. De Bree, Pete & The Wanderers - Long Tall Lou 319. Whirl Wind Evangelists, The - No Grave 320. Vaughn, Dell / The Fortune Aires - Rock The Univer 321. Rader, Don - Rock & Roll Grandpap 322. Terrigan Brothers / Sterlings, The - Hi Ho Little 323. Kirk, Ellis & The Town & Country Boys - Flamingo R 324. Kirk, Ellis & The Town & Country Boys - Sweetie Pi 325. Tennessee Harmony Boys, The - I'm A Millionaire 326. Hunt Sisters, The / Mark / Hall, Roy & His Boys - 327. Myers, Jim & His Gems / Regan, Tex / Myers, Jim - 328. Myers, Jim & His Gems - J & D Hop 329. Myers, Jim & His Gems / Montclairs, The - Oh! Baby 330. Hunt Sisters, The - I'm Not Gonna Take It Anymore 331. Richards, Danny & The Country Rhythm Boys - You Ca 332. Richards, Danny & The Country Rhythm Boys - One Wa 333. Curly Dan / Wilma Ann / Danville Mountain Boys, - 401. Strong, Nolan & The Diablos - Try Me One More Time 402. Young, George & His Guitar & Band - Buggin' Baby 403. Young, George & His Guitar & Band - Shakin' Shelly 404. Catalinas, The - Destruction 405. Catalinas, The - Long Walk 406. Smith, Floyd & The Montclairs - Grandpa's Gully Ro 407. Nite Sounds, The - Cheese Cake 408. Vaden, Butch & The Nite Sounds - The Roll 409. Stapleton, Eddie - Well, I'm Weak 410. Royal Jokers, The - I Don't Like You That Much 411. Tucker, Ernest & The Ted Walker Orchestra - Gonna 412. Tucker, Ernest & The Ted Walker Orchestra - Too Sm 413. Chatman, Earl - Loving You, Baby 414. Chatman, Earl - Take Two Steps Back 415. Williams, Andre & The Inspirations - Bacon Fat 416. Weaver, Joe & His Blue Note Orchestra - I Still Lo 417. Lapels, The - Bad Luck 418. Continental Four, The - Jack The Ripper 419. Continental Four, The - Scramble 420. Buckett, Johnny - Griddle Greasin' Daddy 421. Buckett, Johnny - Let Me Play With Your Poodle 422. Kirkland, Jimmy / Getz, Stan / Tom Cats - Come On, 423. Kirkland, Jimmy / Getz, Stan / Tom Cats - I Wonder 424. Zella, Danny & His Zell Rocks - Black Saxs 425. Zella, Danny & His Zell Rocks - Wicked Ruby 426. Smith, Bobby - Bevy Mae 427. Smith, Bobby - She's Gone From Me 428. Sabres, The - Bomp, Bomp 429. Sabres, The - Rustler 430. Bgoode & Band - Ho Key Po Key Rock 431. Bgoode & Band - Sabotage 432. O'malley, Keith - Turned Out (Alvera) 433. Neutrons, The - Cut-out 501. Gallon, Vic - I'm Gone 502. Perkins, Howard - Double Clutchin' Man 503. Perkins, Howard - My Maw Didn't Raise No Fool 504. Torquays, The - Busting Point 505. Torquays, The - The Other Side 506. Huron Valley Boy's, The - When It's Judgement Day 507. Brady,george & The Kingsmen - Tell Me! Why 508. Goble, Pete / Gill, Billy & The Kentucky Rebels - 509. Goble, Pete / Gill, Billy & The Kentucky Rebels - 510. Harold L & The Offbeats - Connie 511. Harold L & The Offbeats - Three Years 512. Bagley, Jim & The Country Four - Come On In 513. Archer, Glynn & The Bowman's - Sooner 514. Rim Shots, The - The Native Dance 515. Curly Dan / Wilma Ann / Danville Mountain Boys, - 516. Hayes, Jimmy / Ridge, Camey Ramblers - Tom Cat Boo 517. Roll, Rick & The Auroras - To The Dancing Party 518. Burnette, Al & His Southern Swingsters - Humpty Du 519. Burnette, Al & His Southern Swingsters - Lookie He 520. Green, Thomas / Tennesse Tom & His Rhythm Boys - I 521. Hicks, Bill & His Southerneers - Sugar Coated Lies 522. Wilder, Farris & His Band - It's All Your Fault 523. Shorty Frog & His Space Cats - I'm Glad We Didn't 524. Shorty Frog & His Space Cats - Sheddin' Tears Over 525. Gartin, Jimmy / Highlanders, The - Gonna Ride That 526. Shoffner, Rufus & Songer, Joyce - It Always Happen 527. Shoffner, Rufus & Songer, Joyce - Every Little Rai 528. Cherokee Chief & His Oaklahoma Rockers - Little Ma 529. Shoffner, Rufus / Rodgers, Speedy - Lovelight 530. Bernell, Bobby - Move Over Big Dog (Let A Little D 531. Cherokee Chief - Mean & Evil Blues 532. Lynn, Patti - Same Old Blues 601. Click, Jimmie - Polecat Hollow 602. Gardenias, The - I'm Laughing At You 603. Ferros, , The / Nick & His Jaguars - Tough Cat 604. Phaetons, The - Fling 605. Hamilton, Dave & His Peppers - Cooter Bug 606. Kirk, Dave & The Candy Men - Oh! Baby 607. Layne, Kenny - Joanne 608. Hound Dogs, The - Hound Dog Boogie 609. Big Daddy G - Big Berry (Boss Man Guitar) 610. Perkins, Howard - Under Control 611. Hatcher, Lum - White Lightning 'N Excess 612. Martin, Carl Trio - Ain' T No Grave Gonna Hold My 613. Gospel Travelers, The - Spiritual Ladder 614. Wade & The Nationals - Butterfly 615. Janson, Eddy & The Van Dells - What'd I Say 616. Jackson, Jimmy - Never Tell A Lie 617. Roberts, Wayne & The Countrymen - Stomping Ground 618. Lyonaires, The - Why You Been Gone So Long 619. Tennant, Barbara / Band Of Hindle Butts, The - Roc 620. Holland With The Band - Shock 621. Sharpe, Billy & His Sharptones - Hippitty Hop 622. Mann, Chuck - Little Miss Muffet 623. Dynamites, The - Dynamite 624. Dynamites, The - Rosie Lee 625. Little Mac & The Bravadoes - Cinderella 626. Little Mac & The Bravadoes - Dance Baby (With Me) 627. Bob & The Bandits - I'm Gonna Stop Cryin' 628. Slaughter, Chuck & Ray, Buddy & The Shamrocks - Lu 629. Williams, Roxie / Ray, Buddy & The Shamrocks - Fif 630. Bossmen, The - Help Me, Baby 631. Egyptians, The - Inkster Boogie 632. Egyptians, The - The Party Stomp 633. Kelly - Rock & Roll Rock 701. Johnny & The Drifters - Rimshot 702. Smith, Mel - They Call Me Shadrack 703. Bice, Dennis & The Rhythm Riders - Jogger 704. Murphy, Jimmie - There's No Use In Me Loving You 705. Monday & The Steppers - Stepping 706. Medallions, The - Blowin' Throught Yokahama (Part 707. Medallions, The - Blowin' Throught Yokahama (Part 708. Danny & The Nitro-notes - International Whirl 709. Epitones, The - Epitone Twist 710. Epitones, The - The Mighty Rumble 711. Dunn, Rusty / Roberts, Wayne & The Countrymen - Pr 712. Hall, Jim & His Radio Pals - Seventh Heaven 713. Lee, Billy & The Ramblers - Trav'lin' 714. Carter, Tom & The Ramrods - Flyin' Saucer Twist 715. Carter, Tom & The Ramrods - Twistin' Boogie 716. Salyers, The - Extra Boyfriends 717. Tom & The Tornadoes - Long Pony Tail 718. Harris, Nick & The Soundbarriers - Big Nick 719. Dean-o-delray & His Del-rays - Ballad Of Billy The 720. Dean-o-delray & His Del-rays - Lucky Star 721. Zookie & The Potentates - Bachelors Got It Made 722. Zookie & The Potentates - Telephony 723. Rhythm Rockers, The - Thinkin' About You 724. Tempos, The - It's Tough 725. Tempos, The - Sham-rock 726. Allen, Norm & The Renegates - Baby, What's A Matte 727. Allen, Norm & The Renegates - Just One Womans Man 728. Three Ramblers - Jerald Boykin) /If You Call That 729. Three Ramblers, The - Jerald Boykin) /Walking, Tal 730. Evert & The Golden Strings Quartet - I Have Found 731. Pleasant Valley Boys, The - Highway To Heaven 732. Wacker, John - Hallelujah Side 733. Leonard, Judy & Patton, Arnold & Mollette, Jack - 734. Princetons Five, The - Roll Over Beethoven 801. Wildwood Playboys, The - Wildlife 802. Sisco, Bobby & The Melo-daires - I'll Find You 803. Starlighters, The - Cindy Lee 804. Starlighters, The - Wicked Ruby 805. Cummins, Pete & The Redeemers Four - In The Middle 806. Cummins, Pete & The Redeemers Four - The Surfin' F 807. Baker, Virgil - Oohee Wee Your Sweet 808. Green, Forrest & The Rangers - Poverty 809. John J - Shotgun Weddin' 810. Grant Doom - See How Ya Are 811. Keith, Freeman - Ugly Duckling 812. Buckett, Johnny - Griddle Greasin' Daddy 813. Nitz,gene & The West Virginia Ramblers - I Don't K 814. Thunder Rocks, The - Johnny Sax 815. Thunder Rocks, The - What's The Word 816. Blazers, The - Graveyard 817. Owens, Kenny - Come Back, Baby 818. Owens, Kenny - Frog Man Hop 819. Howell, Lloyd - Froggy 820. Howell, Lloyd - My Babys Gone 821. Low-rocks, The - Snooker 822. Quintet Plus, The - Grits 'N Grease 823. Thunder Rocks, The - Warpath 824. Farrah, Fred & The Hitch-hikers - Settle Down 825. Valiants, The - Wild Party 826. Thunder Rocks, The - Oh, My Linda 827. Bradford, Aubrey & Brad's Orchestra - Get Your Fee 828. Jackson, Eddie's Swingsters - Baby Doll 829. Zella, Danny's Rockers - Youngster Meets Monster 830. Youngsters, The - Zebra 831. Falcons, The & Orchestra - Sent Up 832. Ouderkirk, Ron - My Kind Of Woman 833. Teen Tones, The - Jumping 834. Frankie & The Teen Tones - Told You Little Baby 901. Finetones Inc, The - Short Circuit 902. Finetones Inc, The - The Big 'G' 903. Treblemakers, The - Spartan Stomp 904. Society, The - Nicotine Fit 905. Carbone, Jackie / Bartel, Eddie & Orchestra - Jam- 906. Frazer, Johnny & The Regal-aires - Rock With The M 907. 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Neil Armstrong - 2826923636

66,93 zł


Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Much has been written about Neil Armstrong, America's modern hero and history's most famous space traveler. Yet shy of fame and never one to steal the spotlight Armstrong was always reluctant to discuss his personal side of events. Here for the first time is the definitive story of Neil's life of flight he shared for five decades with a trusted friend - Jay Barbree.Working from 50 years of conversations he had with Neil, from notes, interviews, NASA spaceflight transcripts, and remembrances of those Armstrong trusted, Barbree writes about Neil's three passions - flight, family, and friends. This is the inside story of Neil Armstrong from the time he flew combat missions in the Korean War and then flew a rocket plane called the X-15 to the edge of space, to when he saved his Gemini 8 by flying the first emergency return from Earth orbit and then flew Apollo-Eleven to the moon's Sea of Tranquility. Together Neil and Jay discussed everything, from his love of flying, to the war years, and of course his time in space. The book is full of never-before-seen photos and personal details written down for the first time, including what Armstrong really felt when he took that first step on the moon, what life in NASA was like, his relationships with the other astronauts, and what he felt the future of space exploration should be.As the only reporter to have covered all 166 American astronaut flights and moon landings Jay knows these events intimately. Neil Armstrong himself said, "Barbree is history's most experienced space journalist. He is exceptionally well qualified to recall and write the events and emotions of our time." Through his friendship with Neil and his dedicated research, Barbree brings us the most accurate account of his friend's life of flight, the book he planned for twenty years.


Lost Manuscript of Frederic Cailliaud - 2826688212

220,22 zł

Lost Manuscript of Frederic Cailliaud American University Of Cairo

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The travel accounts, drawings, and collections of Frederic Cailliaud were an important early contribution to the birth of the new scientific discipline of Egyptology in the first half of the nineteenth century. But one of his major works-on the arts and crafts of ancient Egypt-was never published. For the first time here, his exquisite color plates are presented alongside a translation of his original French text describing them. Explanatory material by Andrew Bednarski and other scholars put the work in context. Arriving in Egypt in 1815, Cailliaud embarked upon a series of explorations that included the rediscovery of the Roman emerald mines at Mount Zabora and ancient routes to the Red Sea, and expeditions in the Eastern and Western Deserts, and the land we know today as Ethiopia. He made copious notes on the flora and fauna, people and antiquities he saw, and took a collection of over two thousand objects back to France. Cailliaud's beautifully rendered watercolors of scenes on ancient Egyptian tombs and temples (viewed before Champollion's deciphering of Egyptian hieroglyphs) show animated scenes of ancient daily life, with which he draws parallels to the nineteenth-century activities he observed around him.This is a work that will appeal not only to Egyptologists (professional and amateur), but also to historians, art historians, and readers interested in design. The original French text, never before published, is included in electronic form."


Fall of Arthur - 2826681540

308,62 zł

Fall of Arthur Harper Collins

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Deluxe collector's edition featuring the first edition text and containing a facsimile page of Tolkien's original manuscript. The book is quarterbound with a gold motif stamped on the front board and is presented in a matching slipcase. The Fall of Arthur, the only venture by J.R.R. Tolkien into the legends of Arthur King of Britain, may well be regarded as his finest and most skilful achievement in the use of the Old English alliterative metre, in which he brought to his transforming perceptions of the old narratives a pervasive sense of the grave and fateful nature of all that is told: of Arthur's expedition overseas into distant heathen lands, of Guinevere's flight from Camelot, of the great sea-battle on Arthur's return to Britain, in the portrait of the traitor Mordred, in the tormented doubts of Lancelot in his French castle. Unhappily, The Fall of Arthur was one of several long narrative poems that he abandoned in that period. In this case he evidently began it in the earlier nineteen-thirties, and it was sufficiently advanced for him to send it to a very perceptive friend who read it with great enthusiasm at the end of 1934 and urgently pressed him 'You simply must finish it!' But in vain: he abandoned it, at some date unknown, though there is some evidence that it may have been in 1937, the year of the publication of The Hobbit and the first stirrings of The Lord of the Rings. Years later, in a letter of 1955, he said that 'he hoped to finish a long poem on The Fall of Arthur'; but that day never came. Associated with the text of the poem, however, are many manuscript pages: a great quantity of drafting and experimentation in verse, in which the strange evolution of the poem's structure is revealed, together with narrative synopses and very significant if tantalising notes. In these latter can be discerned clear if mysterious associations of the Arthurian conclusion with The Silmarillion, and the bitter ending of the love of Lancelot and Guinevere, which was never written.


Sweets on a Sunday - 2835030880

84,01 zł

Sweets on a Sunday AuthorHouse

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This is the story of my life. At four years old I was the eldest of four children. Our mother, pregnant with her fifth child left us in a Leeds orphanage. From there we were separated, sent to other childrens' homes, and then a series of different foster parents, and finally back to another orphanage. Over the years we never received Birthday or Christmas cards from any of our family, and no one ever came to visit us, we never knew why. We only knew that we were not allowed to be adopted. A lifetime had passed since my unhappy childhood, until just over four years ago, when my sister Pat, troubled by her past wrote to Social Services asking if any records existed on her whilst she had been, 'in care.' We finally gained access to our notes, and subsequently read these only to relive the trauma of our childhood, leaving us drained, both mentally and emotionally. "I could write a book," I said to the social worker. "You must," she replied. "It's a wonderful story." So, I began to write.


Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest - 2844159874

60,50 zł

Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest Sea Raven Press

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Though Nathan Bedford Forrest was not a writer, had little formal education, never authored a book, and was not a professional speaker, he did leave us with a number of witty comments, profound words, and sublime statements. Award-winning author, Southern historian, and Forrest scholar Lochlainn Seabrook has gathered together some of the more memorable and impressive of these and forged them into a small but fascinating work: "The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest." Among the nearly 140 footnoted quotes included here are Forrest's thoughts on warfare, military rules, West Point graduates, education, friendship, and even drinking, gambling, cussing, and morality. Seabrook, the author of the popular bestseller, "A Rebel Born: A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest," has also included excerpts from newspaper interviews, Forrest's postwar appearance before the U.S. Joint Select Committee, and numerous examples of the General's personal notes and letters and, of course, his military dispatches and reports. Much of what Forrest said was never written down but was recorded from the memory of those who associated with him. Particularly poignant is the inclusion of Forrest's black equal rights speech to the Independent Order of Pole Bearers, the forerunner of the modern NAACP, chronicled by a local reporter. From the General's own words we learn that he was not an "illiterate inbred hillbilly," a "monstrous racist," or a "cruel and violent slave owner," as the North and New South disingenuously continue to preach. Quite the opposite. He was not only, as Confederate General Richard Taylor said of him, a "tender-hearted, kindly man," he was also a true Southern gentleman, a fair and compassionate Rebel officer, a successful businessman, and a faithful husband who loved children, protected women, and gave charitably to war veterans, orphans, and widows. A conservative Southerner and a staunch supporter of states' rights who freed his slaves years before Abraham Lincoln issued his fraudulent Emancipation Proclamation, unlike the North, Forrest stood firmly behind our country's most sacred document, the Constitution-before, during, and after Lincoln's War. "The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest" is a brief but important work that, like Seabrook's other three books on the General, will introduce him to new readers, help destroy the numerous absurd and slanderous Northern myths surrounding him, and bring him out of the shadows and into the mainstream of American history where he justly belongs. Obscured for the past 150 years, now discover the real man for yourself-in his own words. An attractive, unique, affordable, and popular tourist-friendly work that will appeal to both casual Civil War buffs and hardcore Civil War scholars alike, "The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest" is the perfect addition to any retail outlet, including not only bookstores, but Civil War sites, historic houses, museum gift stores, antique shops, B&Bs, tack shops, motorcycle shops, and gun stores. Tennessee author Lochlainn Seabrook, a cousin of General Forrest's, is the winner of the prestigious Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal. Known as the "American Robert Graves" after his celebrated English cousin, Seabrook is the author of over thirty popular adult and children's books, including: "A Rebel Born: A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest"; "Nathan Bedford Forrest: Southern Hero, American Patriot"; "Give 'Em Hell Boys! The Complete Military Correspondence of Nathan Bedford Forrest"; "The Quotable Robert E. Lee"; "The Old Rebel: Robert E. Lee As He Was Seen By His Contemporaries"; "Everything You Were Taught About the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner!"; "The Quotable Jefferson Davis"; and "The Unquotable Abraham Lincoln: The Presi


Fall of Arthur - 2844159699

46,71 zł

Fall of Arthur HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

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The world first publication of a previously unknown work by J.R.R. Tolkien, which tells the extraordinary story of the final days of England's legendary hero, King Arthur. The Fall of Arthur, the only venture by J.R.R. Tolkien into the legends of Arthur King of Britain, may well be regarded as his finest and most skilful achievement in the use of the Old English alliterative metre, in which he brought to his transforming perceptions of the old narratives a pervasive sense of the grave and fateful nature of all that is told: of Arthur's expedition overseas into distant heathen lands, of Guinevere's flight from Camelot, of the great sea-battle on Arthur's return to Britain, in the portrait of the traitor Mordred, in the tormented doubts of Lancelot in his French castle. Unhappily, The Fall of Arthur was one of several long narrative poems that he abandoned in that period. In this case he evidently began it in the earlier nineteen-thirties, and it was sufficiently advanced for him to send it to a very perceptive friend who read it with great enthusiasm at the end of 1934 and urgently pressed him 'You simply must finish it!' But in vain: he abandoned it, at some date unknown, though there is some evidence that it may have been in 1937, the year of the publication of The Hobbit and the first stirrings of The Lord of the Rings. Years later, in a letter of 1955, he said that 'he hoped to finish a long poem on The Fall of Arthur'; but that day never came. Associated with the text of the poem, however, are many manuscript pages: a great quantity of drafting and experimentation in verse, in which the strange evolution of the poem's structure is revealed, together with narrative synopses and very significant if tantalising notes. In these latter can be discerned clear if mysterious associations of the Arthurian conclusion with The Silmarillion, and the bitter ending of the love of Lancelot and Guinevere, which was never written.


Newton's Physics and the Conceptual Structure of the Scientific Revolution - 2826753775

2610,97 zł

Newton's Physics and the Conceptual Structure of the Scientific Revolution Springer Netherlands

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Three events, which happened all within the same week some ten years ago, set me on the track which the book describes. The first was a reading of Emile Meyerson works in the course of a prolonged research on Einstein's relativity theory, which sent me back to Meyerson's Ident ity and Reality, where I read and reread the striking chapter on "Ir rationality". In my earlier researches into the origins of French Conven tionalism I came to know similar views, all apparently deriving from Emile Boutroux's doctoral thesis of 1874 De fa contingence des lois de la nature and his notes of the 1892-3 course he taught at the Sorbonne De ['idee de fa loi naturelle dans la science et la philosophie contempo raines. But never before was the full effect of the argument so suddenly clear as when I read Meyerson. On the same week I read, by sheer accident, Ernest Moody's two parts paper in the JHIof 1951, "Galileo and Avempace". Put near Meyerson's thesis, what Moody argued was a striking confirmation: it was the sheer irrationality of the Platonic tradition, leading from A vem pace to Galileo, which was the working conceptual force behind the notion of a non-appearing nature, active all the time but always sub merged, as it is embodied in the concept of void and motion in it.


W. H. Auden: Prose - 2826754748

366,46 zł

W. H. Auden: Prose Princeton University Press

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This volume contains all of W. H. Auden's prose works from 1949 through 1955, including many little-known essays that exemplify his range, wit, depth, and wisdom. The book includes the complete text of Auden's first separately published prose book, The Enchafed Flood, or, The Romantic Iconography of the Sea, followed by more than one hundred separate essays, reviews, introductions, and lectures, as well as a questionnaire (complete with his own answers) about the reader's fantasy version of Eden. Two reviews that Auden wrote for the New Yorker, but which the magazine never printed, appear here for the first time, and a series of aphorisms previously published only in a French translation are printed in English. Among the previously unpublished lectures is a long account of the composition of his poem "Prime," complete with his comments on early rejected drafts. The variety of style and subject in this book is almost inexhaustible. Auden writes about the imaginary mirrors that everyone carries through life; French existentialism and New Yorker cartoons; Freud, Kierkegaard, Dostoyevsky, and Camus; Keats, Cervantes, Melville, Colette, Byron, Virgil, Yeats, Tolkien, and Virginia Woolf; opera, ballet, cinema, prosody, and music; English and American poetry and society; and politics and religion. The introduction by Edward Mendelson places the essays in biographical and historical context, and the extensive textual notes explain obscure contemporary references and provide an often-amusing history of Auden's work as an editor of anthologies and a series of books by younger poets.


With the Old Breed - 2826621649

72,73 zł


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"Of all the books about the ground war in the Pacific, "With the Old Breed" is the closest to a masterpiece." - "The New York Review of Books". "One of the most arresting documents in war literature." - John Keegan, in "The Second World War". "One of the finest memoirs to emerge from any war". - Paul Fussell, in "Wartime". "The best World War II memoir of an enlisted man". - "Navy Times". In his own book, "Wartime", Paul Fussell called "With the Old Breed" one of the finest memoirs to emerge from any war." John Keegan referred to it in his "The Second World War" as "one of the most arresting documents in war literature." And Studs Terkel was so fascinated with the story he interviewed its author for his book, "The Good War". What has made E.B. Sledge's memoir of his experience fighting in the South Pacific during World War II so devastatingly powerful is its sheer honest simplicity and compassion. "With the Old Breed" presents a stirring, personal account of the vitality and bravery of the Marines in the battles at Peleliu and Okinawa. Born in Mobile, Alabama in 1923 and raised on riding, hunting, fishing, and a respect for history and legendary heroes such as George Washington and Daniel Boone, Eugene Bondurant Sledge (later called "Sledgehammer" by his Marine Corps buddies) joined the Marines the year after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and from 1943 to 1946 endured the events recorded in this book. In those years, he passed, often painfully, from innocence to experience. Sledge enlisted out of patriotism, idealism, and youthful courage, but once he landed on the beach at Peleliu, it was purely a struggle for survival. Based on the notes he kept on slips of paper tucked secretly away in his New Testament, he simply and directly recalls those long months, mincing no words and sparing no pain. The reality of battle meant unbearable heat, deafening gunfire, unimaginable brutality and cruelty, the stench of death, and, above all, constant fear. Sledge still has nightmares about "the bloody, muddy month of May on Okinawa." But, as he also tellingly reveals, the bonds of friendship formed then will never be severed. Sledge's honesty and compassion for the other marines, even complete strangers, sets him apart as a memoirist of war. Read as sobering history or as high adventure, "With the Old Breed" is a moving chronicle of action and courage. About the Author: E. B. "Sledgehammer" Sledge was born and grew up in Mobile. His father, a physician, taught him to hunt and to accurately observe and describe his surroundings. After graduating from high school, he spent a year at Marion Military Institute and a brief period at the Georgia Institute of Technology in an officers' training program. Sledge left the program in late 1943 to enlist in the US Marine Corps. After basic training, he was sent to the Pacific Theater. He fought at Peleliu and Okinawa where some of the fiercest battles of WWII took place. Despite heavy casualties in his unit, he survived without being physically wounded. It took him years, however, to recover from the psychological wounds from that experience. After the Japanese surrendered, Sledge was assigned to serve in China as part of the occupation force. Sledge returned to Mobile after his tour of duty in 1946, but found it hard to re-adjust to civilian life. He earned a BS degree in 1949 from Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) and attempted to establish a career in the insurance business. On his father's advice, he returned to Auburn for an MS in Botany. In 1960, he graduated from the University of Florida with a PhD in Zoology.


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