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Praise for Chronicles of a Million Dollar Trader "Focus, tenacity, self-analysis, and intensity. Don Miller conveys the essence of trading in such a compelling and down-to-earth manner - the reader literally eats, sleeps, and breathes Don's moments of triumph and exhaustion. Don clearly nails the most pertinent points in this business: add to your position when you have a strong hand, fight to dig yourself out of the inevitable abyss, and don't trade when you are tired. This book is what professional trading is Truly about!" (Linda Raschke, President, LBRGroup, Inc). "My career as a broker with some of the largest futures brokerages in the world has put me in a unique position to evaluate traders. I've been able to observe many of the best futures traders in the industry over the past twenty years. And what I can state with certainty is that Don Miller is one of, if not the, best futures traders I've seen. Great traders are able to recognize and adapt to changing market environments. They take their mistakes and use them to become better traders. Great traders possess the unique discipline to manage a losing trade as well as a winning one. These are the qualities I have witnessed Don Miller master. The fact that Don has agreed to share his experiences and insights makes this book an invaluable doctrine to all traders and investors alike." (Patrick Lafferty, President, Capital Trading Group). "I've had the good fortune of watching Don Miller trade profitably in front a live group of full-time traders over a two-day period of time. The methods Don teaches are solid, and more importantly, as you will see here in his book, they've been consistently successful. This book goes further than most trading books because you get to live with Don day by day, seeing both his actual trading along with his mind frame. If you want to learn from someone who has mastered day trading, and has successfully done so for years, then this book is must reading. Highly recommended!"(Larry Connors, founder, TradingMarkets.com; author of How Markets Really Work). "I have personally seen Don trade for several years, and he is candidly one of the best. His book is enlightening and helpful in understanding the mindset of a successful trader." (Steve Demarest, President, MB Trading). "A true story of sacrifice, hardship, and success. Don Miller shares his story to make $1 million in one year in real time, real trading records, and real life." (James L. Koutoulas, Esq., CEO, Typhon).
1. War Requiem Op. 66 2. Britten, Benjamin - Requiem Aeternam (Requiem Aete 3. Britten, Benjamin - What Passing Bells For These W 4. War Requiem Op. 66 (Original Version) 5. Britten, Benjamin - Dies Irae (Dies Irae) 6. Britten, Benjamin - Bugles Sang, Saddening The Eve 7. Britten, Benjamin - Liber Scriptus Proferetur (Die 8. Britten, Benjamin - Out There, We've Walked Quite 9. Britten, Benjamin - Recordare Jesu Pie (Dies Irae) 10. Britten, Benjamin - Be Slowly Lifted Up (Dies Irae 11. Anonymous - Dies Irae (Dies Irae) 12. Britten, Benjamin - Lacrimosa Dies Illa (Dies Irae 13. Britten, Benjamin - Move Him Into The Sun (Dies Ir 14. War Requiem Op. 66 15. Britten, Benjamin - Domine Jesu Christe (Offertori 16. Britten, Benjamin - So Abraham Rose, & Clave The W 17. Britten, Benjamin - Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus (San 18. Britten, Benjamin - After The Blast Of Lightning F 19. Britten, Benjamin - One Ever Hangs Where Shelled R 20. Britten, Benjamin - Libera Me, Domine (Libera Me) 21. Britten, Benjamin - It Seemed That Out Of Battle I 22. Britten, Benjamin - Let Us Sleep Now...in Paradisu 101. Spring Symphony, Op.44 102. Anonymous - 1. Introduction: Shine Out (Original V 103. Edmund Spenser - 2. The Merry Cuckoo (Original Ver 104. Thomas Nashe - 3. Spring, The Sweet Spring (Origin 105. George Peele - 4. The Driving Boy (Original Versio 106. John Milton - 5. The Morning Star (Original Versio 107. Robert Herrick - 6. Welcome Maids Of Honour (Origi 108. Vaughan, Henry - 7. Waters Above! (Original Versio 109. Auden, Wystan Hugh - 8. Out On The Lawn I Lie In B 110. Richard Barnefield - 9. When Will My May Come (Ori 111. George Peele - 10. Fair & Fair (Original Version) 112. Blake, William - 11. Sound The Flute! (Original Ve 113. Beaumont, Francis - 12. Finale: London, To Thee I 114. Cantata Academica Carmen Basiliense Op. 62 115. Britten, Benjamin - I. Bonorum Summun Omnium Ii: Q 116. Britten, Benjamin - Iii. At Huius Caelestis...v: T 117. Britten, Benjamin - Vi: Et Gubernacula. Vii: Ut Ad 118. Britten, Benjamin - Viii: Docendi Ac Discendi (Zwe 119. Britten, Benjamin - Ix. Rhenana Erga Omnes. X: Ut 120. Britten, Benjamin - Xii. Nos Autem Cuncti. Xiii. V 121. Hymn To St. Cecilia 1942, Op.27 122. Britten, Benjamin - In A Garden Shady (Original Ve 123. Britten, Benjamin - I Cannot Grow (Original Versio 124. Britten, Benjamin - O Ear Whose Creatures (Origina 201. Saint Nicolas, Op.42 202. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction (Original Version 203. Britten, Benjamin - The Birth Of Nicolas (Original 204. Britten, Benjamin - Nicolas Devotes Himself To God 205. Britten, Benjamin - He Journeys To Palestine (Orig 206. Britten, Benjamin - He Comes To Myra & Is Chosen B 207. Britten, Benjamin - Nicolas From Prison (Original 208. Britten, Benjamin - Nicolas & The Pickled Boys (Or 209. Britten, Benjamin - His Piety & Marvellous Works ( 210. Britten, Benjamin - The Death Of Nicolas (Original 211. Five Flower Songs Op.47 212. Britten, Benjamin - 1. To Daffodils (Original Vers 213. Britten, Benjamin - 2. The Succession Of The Four 214. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Marsh Flowers (Original Ver 215. Britten, Benjamin - 4. The Evening Primrose (Origi 216. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Ballad Of Green Broom (Orig 217. Cantata Misericordium, Op.69 218. Britten, Benjamin - Original Version 301. A Boy Was Born, Op. 3 302. Britten, Benjamin - A Boy Was Born Theme 303. Britten, Benjamin - Variation 1: Lullay, Jesu 304. Britten, Benjamin - Variation 2: Herod 305. Britten, Benjamin - Variation 3: Jesu As Thou Art 306. Britten, Benjamin - Variation 4: The Three Kings 307. Britten, Benjamin - Variation 5: In The Bleak Mid- 308. Britten, Benjamin - Variation 6: Finale - Noel! 309. Britten, Benjamin - Corpus Christi Carol 310. Britten, Benjamin - A Wealden Trio - Christmas So 311. Britten, Benjamin - The Sycamore Tree 312. Britten, Benjamin - A Shepherd's Carol (1944) 313. Christ's Nativity - Christmas Suite For Chorus 314. Britten, Benjamin - Christ's Nativity (Christ's Na 315. Britten, Benjamin - Sweet Was The Song (Christ's N 316. Britten, Benjamin - Preparations (Christ's Nativit 317. Britten, Benjamin - New Prince, New Pomp (Christ's 318. Britten, Benjamin - Carol Of King Cnut (Christ's N 319. A Ceremony Of Carols Op. 28 320. Britten, Benjamin - Procession 321. Britten, Benjamin - Wolcom Yule! 322. Britten, Benjamin - There Is No Rose 323. Britten, Benjamin - That Yonge Child 324. Britten, Benjamin - Balulalow 325. Britten, Benjamin - As Dew In Aprille 326. Britten, Benjamin - This Little Babe 327. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude 328. Britten, Benjamin - In Freezing Winter Night 329. Britten, Benjamin - Spring Carol 330. Britten, Benjamin - Deo Gracias 331. Britten, Benjamin - Recession 332. The Holly & The Ivy 333. Traditional - Coll. Sharp, Arr. Britten 401. Songs From 'Friday Afternoons', Op. 7 402. Britten, Benjamin - Begone, Dull Care 403. Britten, Benjamin - A Tragic Story 404. Britten, Benjamin - Cuckoo! 405. Britten, Benjamin - A New Year Carol 406. Britten, Benjamin - I Mun Be Married On Sunday 407. Britten, Benjamin - There Was A Man Of Newington 408. Britten, Benjamin - Fishing Song 409. Britten, Benjamin - The Useful Plough 410. Britten, Benjamin - Jazz-man 411. Britten, Benjamin - There Was A Monkey 412. Britten, Benjamin - Old Abram Brown 413. Britten, Benjamin - Ee-oh! Anon (Original Version) 414. Britten, Benjamin - Psalm 150 For Voices & Orchest 415. Three Two-part Songs 1932 416. Britten, Benjamin - 1. The Ride-by-nights (Three T 417. Britten, Benjamin - 2 The Rainbow (Three Two-part 418. Britten, Benjamin - 3. The Ship Of Rio (Three Two- 419. Two Two-part Songs 1933 420. Britten, Benjamin - 1. I Lov'd A Lass (Original Ve 421. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Lift Boy (Original Version) 422. Britten, Benjamin - The Birds 423. A Hymn To The Virgin 1930, Rev. 1934 424. Britten, Benjamin - Original Version 425. Britten, Benjamin - Jubilate Deo In E Flat 426. Britten, Benjamin - Te Deum In C (1934) 427. Britten, Benjamin - Advance Democracy 428. Britten, Benjamin - Deus In Adjutorium Meum (Psalm 429. Amdg 430. Britten, Benjamin - Heaven-haven (Amdg) 431. Britten, Benjamin - O Deus, Ego Amo Te (Amdg) 432. Britten, Benjamin - Rosa Mystica (Amdg) 433. Britten, Benjamin - The Soldier (Amdg) 434. Britten, Benjamin - Prayer II (Amdg) 435. Britten, Benjamin - God's Grandeur (Amdg) 436. Britten, Benjamin - Prayer I (Amdg) 501. Rejoice In The Lamb, Op.30 502. Christopher Smart - Rejoice In God, O Ye Tongues ( 503. Christopher Smart - For I Will Consider My Cat Jeo 504. Christopher Smart - For The Mouse Is A Creature Of 505. Christopher Smart - For The Flowers Are Great Bles 506. Christopher Smart - For I Am Under The Same Accusa 507. Christopher Smart - For H Is A Spirit (Original Ve 508. Britten, Benjamin - The Ballad Of Little Musgrave 509. Britten, Benjamin - Chorale (After An Old French C 510. Britten, Benjamin - Festival Te Deum, Op.32 (1944) 511. Britten, Benjamin - A Wedding Anthem, Op.46 512. Britten, Benjamin - A Hymn To St. Peter, Op.56a 513. Britten, Benjamin - Antiphon, Op.56b 514. Missa Brevis, Op.63 1959 515. Britten, Benjamin - Kyrie Eleison (Original Versio 516. Britten, Benjamin - Gloria In Excelsis Deo (Origin 517. Britten, Benjamin - Sanctus...benedictus (Original 518. Britten, Benjamin - Agnus Dei (Original Version) 601. Britten, Benjamin - Jubilate Deo In C (1961) 602. Britten, Benjamin - Venite Exultemus Domino 603. Britten, Benjamin - A Hymn Of St. Columba, 'Regis 604. God Save The Queen 605. Anonymous - Arr. Benjamin Britten 606. Britten, Benjamin - Voices For Today 607. Sacred & Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op.91 608. Britten, Benjamin - 1. St. Godric's Hymn (Original 609. Britten, Benjamin - 2. I Mon Waxe Wod (Original Ve 610. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Lenten Is Come (Original Ve 611. Britten, Benjamin - 4. The Long Night (Original Ve 612. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Yif Ic Of Luve Can (Origina 613. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Carol (Original Version) 614. Britten, Benjamin - 7. Ye That Pasen By (Original 615. Britten, Benjamin - 8. A Death (Original Version) 616. Britten, Benjamin - Welcome Ode, Op.95 617. Praise We Great Men 618. Britten, Benjamin - Praise We Great Men (Praise 619. Britten, Benjamin - Praise We The Just (Praise W 620. Britten, Benjamin - Coda (Praise We Great Men) 701. Quatre Chansons Francaises 702. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Les Nuits De Juin (Quatre C 703. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Sagesse (Quatre Chansons Fr 704. Britten, Benjamin - 3. L'enfance (Quatre Chansons 705. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Chanson D'automne (Quatre C 706. Britten, Benjamin - Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal 707. Our Hunting Fathers, Op.8 708. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Prologue (Our Hunting Fathe 709. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Rats Away! (Our Hunting Fat 710. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Messalina (Our Hunting Fath 711. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Dance Of Death Hawking For 712. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Epilogue & Funeral March (O 713. Ballad Of Heroes, Op.14 714. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Funeral March (Ballad Of He 715. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Scherzo (Ballad Of Heroes, 716. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Recitative & Choral (Ballad 717. Serenade For Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31 718. Britten, Benjamin - Prologue (Original Version) 719. Britten, Benjamin - Pastoral (Original Version) 720. Britten, Benjamin - Nocturne (Original Version) 721. Britten, Benjamin - Elegy (Original Version) 722. Britten, Benjamin - Dirge (Original Version) 723. Britten, Benjamin - Hymn (Original Version) 724. Britten, Benjamin - Sonnet (Original Version) 725. Britten, Benjamin - Epilogue (Original Version) 801. Les Illuminations, Op.18 802. Britten, Benjamin - I. Fanfare (Original Version) 803. Britten, Benjamin - Ii. Villes (Original Version) 804. Britten, Benjamin - Iiia. Phrase (Original Version 805. Britten, Benjamin - Iiib. Antique (Original Versio 806. Britten, Benjamin - Iv. Royaute (Original Version) 807. Britten, Benjamin - V. Marine (Original Version) 808. Britten, Benjamin - Vi. Interlude (Original Versio 809. Britten, Benjamin - Vii. Being Beauteous (Original 810. Britten, Benjamin - Viii. Parade (Original Version 811. Britten, Benjamin - Ix. Depart (Original Version) 812. Britten, Benjamin - Phrase (Original Version) 813. Britten, Benjamin - Aube (Original Version) 814. Britten, Benjamin - A Une Raison (Original Version 815. Nocturne For Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strin 816. Britten, Benjamin - 1. On A Poet's Lips I Slept (O 817. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Below The Thunders Of The U 818. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Encintured With A Twine Of 819. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Midnight's Bell Goes Ting, 820. Britten, Benjamin - 5. But That Night When On My B 821. Britten, Benjamin - 6. She Sleeps On Soft, Last Br 822. Britten, Benjamin - 7. What Is More Gentle Than A 823. Britten, Benjamin - 8. When Most I Wink, Then Do M 824. Phaedra, Op.93 825. Britten, Benjamin - In May, In Brilliant Athens (O 826. Britten, Benjamin - Oh Gods Of Wrath (Original Ver 827. Britten, Benjamin - My Time's Too Short, Your High 901. Canticle I, My Beloved Is Mine Op.40 902. Britten, Benjamin - Original Version 903. Canticle Ii, Abraham & Isaac, Op.51 904. Britten, Benjamin - Original Version 905. Canticle Iii, Still Falls The Rain, Op.55 906. Britten, Benjamin - Original Version 907. Britten, Benjamin - Canticle IV - Journey Of The M 908. Canticle V - The Death Of Saint Narcissus, Op.89 909. Britten, Benjamin - Words By T.s.eliot 910. A Birthday Hansel, Op.89 911. Britten, Benjamin - Original Version 912. Sweeter Than Roses 913. Henry Purcell - Realised Benjamin Britten 1001. The Heart Of The Matter 1002. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Prologue: Fanfare - Song: 1003. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Reading: The Earth Of My H 1004. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Song: We Are The Darkness 1005. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Reading: In Such A Heat Of 1006. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Canticle Iii: Still Falls 1007. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Reading: I See Christ's Wo 1008. Britten, Benjamin - 7. Epilogue: Fanfare - Song: 1009. Tit For Tat 1010. Britten, Benjamin - 1. A Song Of Enchantment (Orig 1011. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Autumn (Original Version) 1012. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Silver (Original Version) 1013. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Vigil (Original Version) 1014. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Tit For Tat (Original Versi 1015. On This Island, Op.11 1016. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Let The Florid Music Praise 1017. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Now The Leaves Are Falling 1018. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Seascape (Original Version) 1019. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Nocturne (Original Version) 1020. Britten, Benjamin - 5. As It Is, Plenty (Original 1021. Four Cabaret Songs 1022. Britten, Benjamin - Calypso (Four Cabaret Songs) 1023. Britten, Benjamin - O Tell Me The Truth About Love 1024. Britten, Benjamin - Johnny (Four Cabaret Songs) 1025. Britten, Benjamin - Funeral Blues (Four Cabaret So 1026. Seven Sonnets Of Michelangelo, Op.22 1027. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto XVI (Original Version) 1028. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto Xxxi (Original Version 1029. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto XXX (Original Version) 1030. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto Lv (Original Version) 1031. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto Xxxviii (Original Vers 1032. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto Xxxii (Original Versio 1033. Britten, Benjamin - Sonetto XXIV (Original Version 1101. The Holy Sonnets Of John Donne, Op.35 1102. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Oh, My Blacke Soule! (Origi 1103. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Better My Heart (Original V 1104. Britten, Benjamin - 3. O Might Those Sighes & Tear 1105. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Oh, To Vex Me (Original Ver 1106. Britten, Benjamin - 5. What If This Present (Origi 1107. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Since She Whom I Loved (Ori 1108. Britten, Benjamin - 7. At The Round Earth's Imagin 1109. Britten, Benjamin - 8. Thou Hast Made Me (Original 1110. Britten, Benjamin - 9. Death, Be Not Proud (Origin 1111. A Charm Of Lullabies, Op.41 1112. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Cradle Song (Original Versi 1113. Robert Burns - 2. The Highland Bales (Original Ver 1114. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Sephestia's Lulaby (Origina 1115. Britten, Benjamin - 4. A Charm (Original Version) 1116. Britten, Benjamin - 5. The Nurse's Song (Original 1117. Winter Words, Op.52 1118. Britten, Benjamin - At Day-close In November (Orig 1119. Britten, Benjamin - Midnight On The Great Western 1120. Britten, Benjamin - Wagtail & Baby (Original Versi 1121. Britten, Benjamin - The Little Old Table (Original 1122. Britten, Benjamin - The Choirmaster's Burial (Orig 1123. Britten, Benjamin - Proud Songsters (Original Vers 1124. Britten, Benjamin - At The Railway Station, Upway 1125. Britten, Benjamin - Before Life & After (Original 1126. Britten, Benjamin - If It's Ever Spring Again 1127. Britten, Benjamin - The Children & Sir Nameless 1128. Songs From The Chinese, Op.58 1129. Britten, Benjamin - 1. The Big Chariot (Songs From 1130. Britten, Benjamin - 2. The Old Lute (Songs From Th 1131. Britten, Benjamin - 3. The Autumn Wind (Songs From 1132. Britten, Benjamin - 4. The Herd-boy (Songs From Th 1133. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Depression (Songs From The 1134. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Dance Song (Songs From The 1201. Six Holderlin Fragments, Op.61 1202. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Menschenbeifall (Original V 1203. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Die Heimat (Original Versio 1204. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Sokrates Und Alcibiades (Or 1205. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Die Jugend (Original Versio 1206. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Haelfte Des Lebens (Origina 1207. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Die Linien Des Lebens (Orig 1208. Songs & Proverbs Of William Blake, Op.74 1209. Britten, Benjamin - The Pride Of The Peacock...lon 1210. Britten, Benjamin - Prisons Are Built...the Chimne 1211. Britten, Benjamin - The Bird Anest...a Poison Tree 1212. Britten, Benjamin - Think In The Morning...the Tyg 1213. Britten, Benjamin - The Tygers Of Wrath...the Fly 1214. Britten, Benjamin - The Hours Of Folly...ah, Sun F 1215. Britten, Benjamin - To See A World...every Night & 1216. The Poet's Echo, Op.76 1217. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Echo Ekho (Original Versi 1218. Britten, Benjamin - 2. My Heart Ya Dumal, Serdtse 1219. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Angel Angel (Original Ver 1220. Britten, Benjamin - 4. The Nightingale & The Rose 1221. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Epigram Epigramma (Original 1222. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Lines Written During A Slee 1223. Who Are These Children?, Op.84 1224. Britten, Benjamin - 1. A Riddle The Earth (Origina 1225. Britten, Benjamin - 2. A Laddie's Sang (Original V 1226. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Nightmare (Original Version 1227. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Black Day (Original Version 1228. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Bed-time (Original Version) 1229. Britten, Benjamin - 6. Slaughter (Original Version 1230. Britten, Benjamin - 7. Riddle The Child You Were ( 1231. Britten, Benjamin - 8. The Larky Lad (Original Ver 1232. Britten, Benjamin - 9. Who Are These Children? (Or 1233. Britten, Benjamin - 10. Supper (Original Version) 1234. Britten, Benjamin - 11. The Children (Original Ver 1235. Britten, Benjamin - 12. The Auld Aik (Original Ver 1236. Britten, Benjamin - Dawtie's Devotion 1237. Britten, Benjamin - The Gully 1238. Britten, Benjamin - Tradition 1301. Britten, Benjamin - Beware! 1302. Britten, Benjamin - O That I Had Ne'er Been Marrie 1303. Britten, Benjamin - Epitaph: The Clerk 1304. Britten, Benjamin - Of A' The Airts The Wind Can B 1305. Britten, Benjamin - A Dirge 1306. Britten, Benjamin - Prithee 1307. Britten, Benjamin - The Joy Of Grief 1308. Britten, Benjamin - Virtue In Deeds Not Words 1309. Britten, Benjamin - From Lucy 1310. Britten, Benjamin - Dans Les Bois 1311. Britten, Benjamin - Lilian 1312. Britten, Benjamin - Diaphenia 1313. Britten, Benjamin - The Owl 1314. Britten, Benjamin - Witches' Song 1315. Britten, Benjamin - O Why Did E're My Thought Aspi 1316. Britten, Benjamin - Chamber Music V 1317. Britten, Benjamin - Song - Take O Take Those Lips 1318. Two Ballads For Two Voices & Piano 1319. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Mother Comfort (Two Ballads 1320. Britten, Benjamin - 2. Underneath The Abject Willo 1321. Britten, Benjamin - A Poison Tree 1322. Britten, Benjamin - Not Even Summer Yet 1323. Britten, Benjamin - The Red Cockatoo 1324. Fish In The Unruffled Lakes 1325. Britten, Benjamin - To Lie Flat On The Back (Fish 1326. Britten, Benjamin - Night Covers Up The Rigid Land 1327. Britten, Benjamin - The Sun Shines Down (Fish In T 1328. Britten, Benjamin - Fish In The Unruffled Lakes (F 1329. Britten, Benjamin - What's In Your Mind? (Fish In 1330. Britten, Benjamin - Underneath The Abject Willow ( 1331. Britten, Benjamin - Wild With Passion 1332. Britten, Benjamin - If Thou Wilt Ease Thine Heart 1333. Britten, Benjamin - Cradle Song (Sleep, My Darlin 1334. Britten, Benjamin - Birthday Song For Erwin 1335. Britten, Benjamin - Um Mitternacht 1336. Traditional - The Bitter Withy 1337. Traditional - King Herod & The Cock 1338. Britten, Benjamin - Fancie 1339. Britten, Benjamin - The Oxen 1340. Britten, Benjamin - May 1341. Traditional - The Twelve Apostles 1401. The Foggy Foggy Dew 1402. Traditional - Arr. Benjamin Britten 1403. Traditional - Sally In Our Alley 1404. Tom Bowling 1405. Charles Dibdin - Arr. Britten 1406. Traditional - The Lincolnshire Poacher 1407. A Brisk Young Widow 1408. Traditional - Arr. Britten 1409. Traditional - O Waly Waly 1410. Traditional - Sweet Polly Oliver 1411. Early One Morning 1412. Traditional - Arr. Benjamin Britten 1413. The Bonny Earl O'moray 1414. Traditional - Arr. Benjamin Britten 1415. Traditional - The Ash Grove 1416. Traditional - Come You Not From Newcastle? 1417. Traditional - Le Roi S'en Va-t'en Chasse 1418. Traditional - La Belle Est Au Jardin D'amour 1419. Traditional - The Minstrel Boy 1420. Traditional - How Sweet The Answer 1421. Traditional - The Last Rose Of Summer 1422. Traditional - Avenging & Bright 1423. Traditional - Oft In The Stilly Night 1424. Traditional - The Miller Of Dee 1425. Traditional - Ca The Yowes 1426. Traditional - The Plough Boy 1427. The Sally Gardens 1428. Anonymous - Arr. Britten 1429. Little Sir William 1430. Traditional - Arr. Britten 1431. Traditional - Oliver Cromwell 1432. Heigh Ho! Heigh Ho! 1433. Traditional - Trans. Rogers, Arr. Britten 1434. There's None To Soothe 1435. Traditional - Arr. Britten 1436. Il Est Quelqu'un Sur Terre 1437. Traditional - Arr. Britten 1438. Folk Song Arrangemens British Isles 1439. Traditional - O Can Ye Sew Cushions? (Original Ver 1440. The Trees They Grow So High 1441. Traditional - Arr. Britten 1442. Traditional From France - Voici Le Printemps 1443. Traditional From France - Fileuse 1444. Traditional From France - Quand J'etais Chez Mon P 1501. Traditional - I Will Give My Love An Apple 1502. Traditional - The Sailor-boy 1503. Traditional - Master Kilby 1504. Traditional - The Soldier & The Sailor 1505. Traditional - The Shooting Of His Dear 1506. Traditional - Bonny At Morn 1507. Traditional - Greensleeves 1508. Traditional - I Wonder As I Wander 1509. Traditional - The Crocodile 1510. Charles Burney - Pray Goody 1511. Traditional - At The Mid Hour Of Night 1512. Traditional - Dear Harp Of My Country! (Kate Tyrre 1513. Traditional - O The Sight Entrancing 1514. Traditional - Sail On, Sail On 1515. Traditional - Rich & Rare 1516. Traditional - La Noel Passee 1517. Traditional - Eho! Eho! 1518. Traditional - The Holly & The Ivy 1519. Traditional - Soldier, Won't You Marry Me? 1520. Traditional - The Deaf Woman's Courtship 1521. Traditional - The Stream In The Valley 1522. Traditional - Unidentified Folk Song Setting 1523. Traditional - Lord! I Married Me A Wife 1524. Traditional - She's Like The Swallow 1525. Traditional - Lemady 1526. Traditional - Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (I Was Lone 1527. David Owen - Dafyd Y Garreg Wen (David Of The Whit 1528. Traditional - The False Knight Upon The Road 1529. Traditional - Bird Scarer's Song
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Roaring Nineties Penguin
His previous book revealed the shocking truth about globalization. Now, Joseph Stiglitz blows the whistle on the devastation wrought by the free market mantra in the nineties
We Own This Game Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press
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Although its participants are still in grade school, Pop Warner football is serious business in Miami, where local teams routinely advance to the national championships. Games draw thousands of fans; recruiters vie for nascent talent; drug dealers and rap stars bankroll teams; and the stakes are so high that games sometimes end in gunshots. In America's poorest city, troubled parents dream of NFL stardom for children who long only for a week in Disney World at the Pop Warner Super Bowl. In 2001, journalist Robert Andrew Powell spent a year following two young teams through rollercoaster seasons. The Liberty City Warriors, former national champs, will suffer the team's first-ever losing season. The inner-city kids of the Palmetto Raiders, undefeated for two straight years, are rewarded for good play with limo rides and steak dinners. But their flamboyant coach (the "Darth Vader of youth football") will be humbled by defeat in a down-to-the-wire playoff game. TITLE OF BOOK is an inside-the-huddle look into a world of innocence and corruption, where every kickoff bares political, social, and racial implications. By an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in The Best American Sports Writing, it is an unforgettable drama that shows us just what it is to win and to lose in America. INTRODUCTION A portrait of Miami, a city whose government, even after race riots which crippled the black community in the 80s, serves the interest mostly of the Cuban-American constituency and has been rocked by various political scandals (bribery, fiscal mismanagement, etc.). The author tells how he witnessed inner-city blacks find hope and identity during a high school football semifinal that was attended by tens of thousands. He takes a newspaper assignment covering Pop Warner football games and sees much he admires ("a depressed community proud that its boys could do something better than anyone else") but also "the corruption of sport at its infancy" (recruiting, fans assaulting the coach after the team's only loss, parents living through their kids, gambling, etc.). He quits his job to cover a season of Pop Warner, from the first day to the last game, attending every single season and game of the 95-pound Gwen Cherry Bulls, whose coach is dubbed the 'Darth Vadar of Pop Warner'. Prologue Registration day. Coach Brian Johnson of the Liberty City Warriors is introduced as he prints out ridiculously complicated game strategies for his team, based on the Georgia Southern Eagles game plans. It is his first year as head coach and he is determined to prove himself. "I wouldn't be a man if I didn't aspire to run my own team." We're introduced to the "Darth Vadar of Pop Warner" Raul Campos, the ostentatious coach of the 110-pound Palmetto Raiders, who is editing a video hyping his team as the greatest of all time, winners of back-to-back national champions at Disney World Sport Center, undefeated in the last 2 seasons. We're introduced to Diamond Pless, a young kid whose uncle was confined to a wheelchair after a shooting with a rival drug dealer, and who is now helping his uncle live his dream of NFL superstardom vicariously We're introduced to Mark Peterson, the head of the league who tries without much success to discourage the recruitment of black inner city players to suburban ballparks, and is still torn over last year's national championship, where a Suniland team made up mostly of recruits won 56-6. The coach lost his job because he ran up the store, but is suing to be reinstated. CHAPTER ONE: First Practice The first practice, plus a history of Pop Warner football, the largest youth football league in America, started in 1929 in Philly to prevent youth crime and eventually to over 6,000 teams nationally competing to play in the national champion at Disney World. CHAPTER TWO: Liberty City A tour of Liberty City--past the wealthy enclaves of Miami and the poverty of Little Havana is a black neighborhood torn by race riots in the 80s and gang-related assassinations in the 90s. The neighborhood grew out of a black ghetto called Nigger Town which eventually became a progressive experimental black-only community named Knight Manor until a highway ran through it and tore the neighborhood apart. This is wear porno rapper Luther Campbell of 2 Live Crew comes from, who helped found the Liberty City program. Since then, the Warriors have won city championships in 7 of 8 weight divisions and have spawned other all-black parks. CHAPTER THREE: CAMPOS Inside the home of the Cuban exile turned real estate wizard Coach Campos, who is hated and called a "cracker" and takes his players to games in chartered motor coaches and used to take them in Hummer limos. After being banned from another Pop Warner team, Campos took over the Palmetto team comprised mostly of white suburban kids and replaced them with mostly black players recruited from West Perrine via varsity letter jackets, steak dinnnnnnners, etc. CHAPTER FOUR: DIAMOND Diamond's mom tries to petition for him to get a larger role on the team, but Diamond doesn't show much promise. Diamond's uncle Durell describes his gun injury. CHAPTER FIVE: SUNILAND We're introduced to Phillip, whose father is dead from AIDS and whose HIV+ mother's behavior is erratic because of drugs. He is often left to his own devices. He sees football as his way out. We're introduced to the Suniland Devils, a suburban team comprised of recruited back players whose coach Gator Rebhan was banned after he ran up the score in a championship game. Rebhan thinks the League is jealous because he took a white ballpark and made it successful. CHAPTER SIX: GOULDS The history of the Railroad Shop, a black settlement that developed nearly a century ago, was condemned by the city, but eventually turned black again. Now Goulds is black and poor. In their first game, Liberty City loses to Goulds, with Coach Johnson's playbook proving way too complex for the pee wees. CHAPTER SEVEN: SEPTEMBER 11 Warriors lose their second game. News of 9/11 comes, but Florida is very removed from the goings-on in NYC and Washington. The coaches convene at the field despite cancelled games and try to make sense of things. CHAPTER EIGHT: McADOO We're introduced to shadowy figure named McAdoo, who "takes care" of high school and college players in vague ways. He's a street agent, of which every major college sports program has at least one. They operate under the radar, even going so far as to buy cars for young players even though he has no traceable source of income besides selling watermelons and gambling. He points out all of the players he "raised"-- rappers, NFL players, etc. McAdoo's cash flow is "supplemented by his relationships with some of Liberty City's more prominent entrepreneurs," including drug dealers and gang members. McAdoo has switched his focus from encouraging kids to go into football to encouraging them to read. CHAPTER NINE: LIBERTY CITY AT PALMETTO Liberty City is now 1-4 and their chances at the championship are slipping. A player is hit hard and has to go to the hospital in an ambulance. Coach Johnson is questioning why he even bothers. CHAPTER ELEVEN: PLEX The story of drug-related gang violence in Liberty City. Gang members bet up to $10,000 and intimidated coaches and player. Diamond's father-in-law "Plex" was arrested for a murder associated with protecting the distribution channels of a crack laboratory. He is serving 5 life sentences. CHAPTER ELEVEN: ELECTION The Elian Gonzalez debacle, and how it further turned the black community against the Cubans. The Warriors win a game. CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE GAME A story about a legendary street game decades ago between a group of white kids and black kids. The black kids
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On February 22, 1916, Ralph Albert Blakelock's haunting landscape, Brook by Moonlight, was sold at auction for $20,000, a record price for a painting by a living American artist. The sale made him famous, newspapers called him America's greatest artist, and thousands flocked to exhibits of his work. Yet at the time of his triumph Blakelock had spent 15 years confined in a psychiatric hospital in upstate New York and his wife and children were living in poverty. Released from the asylum by a young philanthropist, Blakelock was about to become the victim of one of the most heartless con games of the century. This remarkable biography chronicles the life, times and madness of one of America's most celebrated and exploited painters whose brooding, hallucinogenic landscapes anticipated Abstract Expressionism by more than half a century. Like the best biographies, The Unknown Night brings to life a vanished world, as well. In this case, it's late 19th and early 20th century New York--a city of artists' studios and spiritualists' salons, shantytowns and millionaires' mansions. Blakelock was a mystic who as a young man wandered among the Indians out West, and on his return frequented the spiritualist circles in New York City. Though he was regarded as a loner, he worked among the great painters of his time, artists like William Merritt Chase and George Inness. Blakelock initially painted in the Romantic style of the Hudson River School, but by the 1880s, his brooding, hallucinogenic landscapes were considered among the most controversial, radical paintings of the era. In the 1890s he fell on hard times and sometimes played the piano on the vaudeville circuit to earn extra cash. He suffered his first mental break down in 1891. After a period of remission he became violent and was institutionalized in 1899 just as his reputation was beginning to soar. Interest in his work peaked in 1916 when a wave of Blakelock hysteria swept America. Crowds lined up to see Blakelock exhibitions in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Wealthy collectors bid record prices for his haunting paintings. Blakelock was released from the asylum and seemed destined for a glorious and comfortable end. Instead, fed upon by opportunistic dealers and forgers, Blakelock became entangled in a web of deceit spun by the very woman who was supposed to be his savior. Vincent begins his story in the spring of 1916 when Blakelock's canvas, The Brook by Moonlight, was auctioned at the Plaza Hotel in New York for $20,000 - a record price at that time for the work of a living American painter. It was Blakelock's second record in three years. Newspaper reporters converged on the painter and art pundits tripped over each other in doling out praise for his mysterious nocturnal landscapes. "Few American artists deserve a higher niche in the Temple of Fame," drooled the pioneering art dealer, William Macbeth. Some were calling Blakelock the greatest American landscape painter ever. At the time, Blakelock was penniless, a resident of an asylum in Middletown, New York. His wife, Cora Bailey Blakelock was living in poverty with their youngest children in a small house in the Catskills. Blakelock may well have remained locked away if it had not been for the efforts of Mrs. Van Rensselaer Adams, a 32-year-old vamp with a shady past. Adams passed herself off as a philanthropist, "rescued" Blakelock from the asylum, and brought him to New York City to generate public sympathy for the artist and his family. She had arranged a large show of his paintings at the Reinhardt Gallery on Fifth Avenue. It was a huge success attracting all the major critics and large crowds throughout its run over seven months. A committee of venerable art personages was formed to collect the proceeds from Blakelock's work to be passed on to his wife and children. Blakelock, all dressed up for the Gallery opening, cut a dashing figure. His wife, though, was nowhere to be seen. Adams had, as she would do again at crucial junctures, cut her out. The resulting newspaper feeding frenzy - an early instance of celebrity journalism and scandal mongering -- climaxed several months later with banner headlines about a hazy plot to assassinate the painter. In order to better accommodate Romantic accounts, Blakelock's early career has long been misconstrued as a fruitless endeavor. His experimental work, many claimed, met only with scorn, derision and neglect. How Blakelock came to be considered one of the top three painters in the country by 1900 was never explained. In fact, the author discovered that Blakelock had attracted favorable attention in the press as early as 1879. While it was true that Blakelock and Albert Pinkham Ryder, with whom he was constantly associated, were subjected to ridicule by some critics, the controversy that surrounded them, also enshrined them. Many progressive critics championed Blakelock and Ryder's expressive, quasi-abstract landscapes, which were redefininnnnnng the boundaries of American art. By 1886, Blakelock's moonlight paintings were attracting rave reviews. Blakelock was an eccentric, often subject to violent mood swings and later extended bouts of paranoia. He was eventually diagnosed with dementia praecox - now called schizophrenia. The line between manic depression, bipolar disorders and various subtypes of schizophrenia, however, is blurry and lately has become the subject of debate. Most likely, Blakelock was suffering from what is called late-onset schizophrenia. He was 43 when he had his first psychotic episode, slashing his paintings, burning large amounts of money and threatening his family. He soon recovered and went back to his studio painting many of his most significant and mysterious paintings. Recently found letters indicate that he was lucid until the death of his father in 1897. Thereafter, his mental state disintegrated. The family was desperately poor. Blakelock, his long hair beaded like an Indian, a dagger in his waistband, took to the streets to sell his paintings. He became increasingly deluded, believing his paintings were worth millions and that he was related to royalty. It was two years later that Blakelock was once again sent away, this time remaining in an asylum until 1916. Blakelock has been described as a Romantic, a visionary, an outsider and an eccentric Hudson River School artist. His work, which contains both classic and modern elements, defies definition. Yet he is universally acknowledged to be one of the most original, innovative American artists of the nineteenth century - way ahead of his time. Reviewing a Blakelock exhibition in 1942, the influential critic Edward Alden Jewell called Blakelock "one of the greatest artists America has produced." Five years later, on the occasion of Blakelock's retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Robert Coates, critic for the New Yorker, described Blakelock as one of the "strongest individualists" in American art putting him on a level with Homer, Eakins and Ryder. This was at a time when Abstract Expressionists like Jackson Pollock and Franz Kline were looking to Blakelock and Ryder for inspiration. Today Blakelock's paintings continue to hang in virtually every major American museum. In May of 2000, Blakelock's early masterpiece, Indian Encampment on The Snake River eclipsed every other American painter in a Sotheby's auction, fetching $3.5 million. Blakelock, it appears, refuses to be forgotten.
Tannwald (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books
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Excerpt from Tannwald Why is it that no play founded upon Goethe's "Faust" has had any notable success save such as could be given to it by fine music or scenic effects? The story of Margaret is one of the most tragic ever written; Mephistopheles is a brilliant character; the dialogue is remarkably eloquent, witty and poetical; the piece, though not prepared for the stage by the author, is dramatic in its form, and seems to furnish almost unequalled material for playwrights; and yet, after a hundred have tried it, the successful one is still to be found. Not having examined their compositions, I shall not undertake to criticise them, but so far as I know anything of them, all give prominence to Mephistopheles, the supernatural and the scenic effects, and I have made another attempt, excluding everything but the human characters and natural influences, developing some personages which are mentioned in the original, and adding others. Out of two dozen scenes, three-fourths are entirely my own. I do not publish "Tannwald" without at least partly appreciating its defects. I should have been glad to reduce the number of characters, and to give brilliancy and eloquence to the dialogue if I knew how. The translation of Margaret's song, "The King of Thule," is taken from an anonymous writer. H. Country - Austria. Time - In the Reign of Charles V. Characters - Henry Faust, Professor in Vienna; John Slack, his friend, and Cousin of Baroness Roth; Mr. Albert, Faust's servant; Count Dick ; Major Hohenthal; Captain Lovenstein; Mr. Helfenstein, a barber; Margaret Hartz, a village girl; Mrs. Hartz, her mother; Barbara Marks, Margaret's cousin; Mrs. Marks, Barbara's mother; Mrs. Martha Swerlin, Margaret's cousin; Mrs. Kline; Mrs. Prinz; Miss Behr; Miss Green; Lina, Miss Behr's servant; Valentine, Margaret's brother; Baron Ritterstahl; Major Myer; Commissary Wetzel; Soldiers; Paymaster Fuhr; Lieut. Carmony; Anthony Swerlin, Ritterstahl's servant; Soldiers and Peasants; Baroness Roth, Lady of Tannwald Castle. Act I. Scene I - Room in Tannwald Castle. Baroness Roth, Mr. Slack, Count Dick, Captain Lovenstein, Major Hohenthal, Albert, Helfenstein, and Others. Baroness - Cousin Slack, I fear that your friends accustomed as they are to court life, will find it dull in Tannwald. Slack - These gentlemen are fond of the chase, and there is no better place for game than the mountains back of the Castle. The Baron has already gone with us to the stables and assigned our horses to us. Baroness - What will become of Prof. Faust? Slack - He can follow us in charge of a gamekeeper, until he learns to ride. Then he can amuse himself fishing, and occasionally we will go down to the village and see its attractions. Baroness - It has none. Slack - O, cousin, a lady is not supposed to know all that attracts gentlemen. When I was here last Summer, I spent many hours there. Two dozen village beauties want the attentions of men from the court. Baroness - They are poor people; we never associate with them. Slack - The young men can drink and sing; the girls can dance and flirt. Count Dick - You are the man for us, Mr. Slack. Take us among them. Baroness - If you wish, I will sometimes invite them to the Castle. Count Dick - That would be still better. Please do; we cannot ride after the hounds every day. Slack - They will be delighted to come, and we will have all the fun we want. Baroness - Then, in a couple of weeks, we will have a ball here. In the meantime, I wish you all to enjoy yourselves, and if anything is necessary to your comfor
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Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 81. Chapters: Ghostbusters, Return to Labyrinth, Serenity, Ghostbusters: Legion, King Kong, Aliens versus Predator versus The Terminator, Southland Tales: The Prequel Saga, List of Stargate comics, Masters of the Universe, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Fountain, Volcano High Prelude, The X-Files, Transformers: Movie Prequel, Serenity: Those Left Behind, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Planet of the Apes, Godzilla, Legends of the Dark Crystal, The A-Team, List of comics based on films, 28 Days Later: The Aftermath, The Lost Boys: Reign of Frogs, Two Roads Diverge, Serenity: Better Days, Cloverfield/Kishin, Death Walks the Streets, Fingerprints, The Matrix Comics, The Mechanicals, Highlander, Escape of the Living Dead, Transformers: Movie Adaptation, Demonic Toys, Novelization, Van Helsing: From Beneath the Rue Morgue, Tron: Betrayal, Hard Choices 'What happened on Algol?', Highlander: Way of the Sword, Tron: The Ghost in the Machine, Robert Kurtzman's Beneath The Valley of The Rage, Waldo's Hawaiian Holiday, Dee Snider's Strangeland: Seven Sins, Bill & Ted's Excellent Comic Book, A Marvel Comics Super Special: Blade Runner, Galaxy Quest, The Big Country, The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning, Alien Nation, Mindhunter, Shaun of the Dead, Meteor Man, Puppet Master, PT-109. Excerpt: Ghostbusters is a supernatural comedy multi-media franchise created in 1984. Its inception was for the movie Ghostbusters, released on June 8, 1984 by Columbia Pictures. It centered around a group of eccentric New York City parapsychologists who investigate and capture ghosts for a living. For the movie this franchise licensed action figures, novelizations, and other original materials to be produced around the movies theme. After this initial success they released original stories in other fields such as a comic book, a video game, a television series, and a theme park attraction. With the 2009 release of Ghostbusters: The Video Game the characters within the Ghostbusters set up their own fictional version of a Ghostbusters franchise to open Ghostbusters locations in other cities, which in real life was earlier seen in two independent films not officially approved by Columbia Pictures. The concept of the first film was inspired by Dan Aykroyd's own fascination with the paranormal, and it was conceived by Aykroyd as a vehicle for himself and friend and fellow Saturday Night Live alum John Belushi. Aykroyd came up with Ghostbusters after reading an article about quantum physics and parapsychology in the American Society of Psychical Research Journal and then watching movies like Ghostchasers. Aykroyd thought, "Let's redo one of those old ghost comedies, but let's use the research that's being done today. Even at that time, there was plausible research that could point to a device that could capture ectoplasm or materialization; at least visually." The original story as written by Aykroyd was much more ambitious-and unfocused-than what would be eventually filmed; in Aykroyd's original vision, a group of Ghostbusters would travel through time, space and other dimensions taking on huge ghosts (of which the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man was just one of many). Also, the Ghostbusters wore S.W.A.T.-like outfits and used wands instead of Proton Packs to fight the ghosts; Ghostbu
Sixth Form At St Clares Egmont UK Ltd
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A classic children's story from the world's best-loved children's author, Enid Blyton. School life has never been so splendid. The O'Sullivan twins are head girls! And two heads are better than one, with the new girls they have to sort out...There's two cheeky first formers - more twins! - and a sulky new girl in the sixth form, Morag. Morag detests St Clare's. She's only happy when she can escape to the local riding stables. The twins are sad it's their last year at St Clare's. Before they leave, will they find out what's wrong with Morag? Enid Blyton is arguably the most famous children's author of all time, thanks to series such as The Wishing-Chair, The Faraway Tree-, The Mysteries, The Famous Five and The Secret Seven. Her school series - including St Clare's and Malory Towers are the perfect books for girls who are experiencing their own adventure at school.
Siddhartha - Bilingual Edition, German & English El Paso Norte Press
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Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha is a literary classic. It continues to be the most popular of the many novels by the prolific Nobel Prize laureate. The touching story of one man's search for the meaning of life, for enlightenment and knowledge is related with a graceful simplicity that is common only to great literature. From the original German, Siddhartha has been translated into most of the world's languages and has enjoyed great success. Hesse's style of writing - clear, straightforward and direct - has made the tale of Siddhartha's search for truth and wisdom accessible to a wide variety of readers around the globe. To assist students, scholars and others who might be interested in a better understanding of Hesse's elegantly simple prose, this bilingual edition has been assembled with the English translation on the facing page ż mirroring the German text paragraph by paragraph. Those familiar with both languages will appreciate the opportunity to read this great work in both languages and will surely marvel at the directness with which Hermann Hesse's German translates into English. Those not familiar with both languages will be surprised at how very similar the two languages are. Those wishing to improve their own language skills, in either language, could hardly choose a better example of fine writing than that of Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha.
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