Englisher (Annie´s People Book #2): Beverly Lewis
Annie Zook struggles to keep her promise to her preacher father to abandon her art and prove her worthiness to ´´join church´´. At the same time, she is dangerously close to succumbing to another forbidden desire - a relationship with the handsome Englisher whose interest in her is more than mere curiosity. Yet Ben Martin has secrets of his own. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Aimee Lilly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/000437/bk_hove_000437_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A Second Book for Non-English-Speaking People Speaking People (Classic Reprint): W. L. Harrington
From prehistoric England, Stonehenge and the Romans to modern times, discover the people, places and events that built a country. A concise but comprehensive guide to English history and how England has come to be what it is today.
The People´s Spelling-Book of Plain, Common-Sense English:Containing Important Strictures and Rules on Pronunciation, Etc. , Together With an Universal System of English Syllabication (Classic Reprint) Noble Heath
The People´s Year Book and Annual of the English and Scottish Wholesale Societies, 1920:A Volume of Useful Information Prepared by the Co-Operative Press Agency (Classic Reprint) Co-Operative Wholesale Society
The Prymer, or Prayer-Book of the Lay People in the Middle Ages, in English Dating About 1400 A. D, Vol. 2:Collation of Mss,, With a Temporary Introduction &C (Classic Reprint) Henry Littlehales
The Prymer, or Prayer-Book of the Lay People in the Middle Ages in English Dating About 1400 A. D, Vol. 2:Edited With Introduction and Notes From the Manuscript (G 24) In St. John´s College, Cambridge, Collation of Mss, With a Temporary Introduction &C Henry Littlehales
The Lay Folks Mass Book, Or, the Manner of Hearing Mass: With Rubrics and Devotions for the People, in Four Texts, and Office in English According to the Use of York, from Manuscripts of the Xth to the Xvth Century: John Lydgate, Thomas Frederick Simmons, Dan Jeremy
A young woman in Buenos Aires spies three women in the house opposite her family?s home. Intrigued, she begins to watch them. She imagines them as accomplices to an unknown crime, as troubled spinsters contemplating suicide, or as players in an affair with dark and mysterious consequences.Lange?s imaginative excesses and almost hallucinatory images make this uncanny exploration of desire, domestic space, voyeurism and female isolation a twentieth-century masterpiece. Too long viewed as Borges?s muse, Lange is today recognised in the Spanish-speaking world as a great writer and is here translated into English for the first time, to be read alongside Virginia Woolf, Clarice Lispector and Marguerite Duras.