Best 17th Century Literary Criticism Books
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1. The Great Gatsby
Author: by F. Scott Fitzgerald
August 13, 2013
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2. 50 Masterpieces you have to read before you die vol: 1
Author: by Louisa May, Alcott
Icarsus (May 12, 2021)
May 12, 2021
This book contains now several HTML tables of contents that will make reading a real pleasure! NovelsAlcott, Louisa May: Little WomenAusten, Jane: Pride and PrejudiceAusten, Jane: EmmaBalzac, Honor de: Father GoriotBarbusse, Henri: The InfernoBront, Anne: The Tenant of Wildfell HallBront, Charlotte: Jane EyreBront, Emily: Wuthering HeightsBurroughs, Edgar Rice: Tarzan of the ApesButler, Samuel: The Way of All FleshCarroll, Lewis: Alice’s Adventures in WonderlandCather, Willa: My ntoniaCervantes, Miguel de: Don QuixoteChopin, Kate: The AwakeningCleland, John: Fanny HillCollins, Wilkie: The MoonstoneConrad, Joseph: Heart of DarknessConrad, Joseph: NostromoCooper, James Fenimore: The Last of the MohicansCrane, Stephen: The Red Badge of CourageCummings, E.E.: The Enormous RoomDefoe, Daniel: Robinson CrusoeDefoe, Daniel: Moll FlandersDickens, Charles: Bleak HouseDickens, Charles: Great ExpectationsDostoyevsky, Fyodor: Crime and PunishmentDostoyevsky, Fyodor: The IdiotDoyle, Arthur Conan: The Hound of the BaskervillesDreiser, Theodore: Sister CarrieDumas, Alexandre: The Three MusketeersDumas, Alexandre: The Count of Monte CristoEliot, George: MiddlemarchFielding, Henry: Tom JonesFlaubert, Gustave: Madame BovaryFlaubert, Gustave: Sentimental EducationFord, Ford Madox: The Good SoldierForster, E.M.: A Room With a ViewForster, E.M.: Howards EndGaskell, Elizabeth: North and SouthGoethe, Johann Wolfgang von: The Sorrows of Young WertherGogol, Nikolai: Dead SoulsGorky, Maxim: The MotherHaggard, H.
3. Anne Of Green Gables: L.M. Montgomery: A Story Of Anne Shirley (Children Classics Collection Edition, #1)
Author: by L. M. Montgomery
Published at: Independently published (March 26, 2021)
“Fans of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s century-old books still visit the farmhouse that inspired them.” – Marylou Tousignant, The Washington PostAs soon as Anne Shirley arrives at the snug white farmhouse called Green Gables, she is sure she wants to stay forever …
But will the Cuthberts send her back to to the orphanage? Anne knows she’s not what they expecteda skinny girl with fiery red hair and a temper to match. If only she can convince them to let her stay, she’ll try very hard not to keep rushing headlong into scrapes and blurting out the first thing that comes to her mind.
Anne is not like anyone else, the Cuthberts agree; she is speciala girl with an enormous imagination. This orphan girl dreams of the day when she can call herself Anne of Green Gables. A True Classic that Belongs on Every Bookshelf!
4. SUDOKU BOOK FOR ADULTS: 1100+ Easy To Super Hard Sudoku Puzzles with Solutions. Keep Your Brain Young.
Author: by Eric Blankenstein
Published at: Independently published (February 17, 2021)
Did you know that Sudoku May Help Keep Your Brain 10 Years Younger? A study conducted by the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (PROTECT study *) identified a close relationship between frequency of number-puzzle use and the quality of cognitive functions in adults over 50.
In particular, the study also found that people who do puzzles regularly have brain function equivalent to 10 years younger than their age. These findings further contribute to the growing evidence that engaging in mentally stimulating activities could benefit the brain functionality.
Your mind and enjoy hours of fun with this standout and quality Sudoku book for adults. Over 1100 Sudoku puzzles across four difficulty levelsEasyMediumHardSuper HardPuzzles will Keep your mind roused and stimulatedLarge book 8. 5 x 11 with 243 white pagesSkilfully generated with precise skill levelsSolutions available to all puzzlesBetter quality white paper so pleasant to look at and write onWide Margins so easy to fold book or tear the page outMakes a wonderful gift to family, friends or colleagues.
5. 300 Pages Princesses, Unicorns and Fairies Coloring Book for Smart Girls, ages 4 – 10
Author: by Iuliana Rasoiu
Published at: Independently published (February 24, 2021)
The perfect princesses coloring book for girls ages 4 10 years old. It is a coloring book for preschoolers, toddlers and young children. If your kid loves princesses, magical unicorns and fairies this is the perfect coloring book for her. It will be the best gift she received in a long time.
The Princesses, Unicorns and Fairies Coloring Book for Smart Girls is packed with the best images of princesses, unicorns and fairies and powerful inspiring messages. With loads of coloring fun, this princesses coloring book for girls is:Entertaining for children 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10+ years oldGreat for home, school, holidaysThe perfect gift for Easter, birthdays, or holiday gift givingFilled with beautiful images that encourages creativity focusFilled with 150+ images of Princesses, Unicorns and Fairies to ColorFilled with designs perfect for framingMade of images that range in complexity from beginner to expert-level The Princesses, Unicorns and Fairies Coloring Book for Smart Girls is a great gift idea for:Birthday GiftsChristmas GiftsMeeting New Friends GiftsBFF GiftsFamily GiftsAnd all other types of gifts……..
6. Don't Read Poetry: A Book About How to Read Poems
Author: by Stephanie Burt
Published at: Basic Books (May 21, 2019)
An award-winning poet offers a brilliant introduction to the joys-and challenges-of the genreIn Don’t Read Poetry, award-winning poet and literary critic Stephanie Burt offers an accessible introduction to the seemingly daunting task of reading, understanding, and appreciating poetry. Burt dispels preconceptions about poetry and explains how poems speak to one another-and how they can speak to our lives.
She shows readers how to find more poems once they have some poems they like, and how to connect the poetry of the past to the poetry of the present. Burt moves seamlessly from Shakespeare and other classics to the contemporary poetry circulated on Tumblr and Twitter.
She challenges the assumptions that many of us make about “poetry,” whether we think we like it or think we don’t, in order to help us cherish-and distinguish among-individual poems. A masterful guide to a sometimes confounding genre, Don’t Read Poetry will instruct and delight ingnues and cognoscenti alike.
7. Bread Baking Recipes Cookbook for Beginners: A Guide to Making Delicious, Simple, & Quick Homemade No-Knead, Whole-Wheat & Artisan Bread, Ciabatta, Baguettes, etc. Step-by-Step Recipes.
Author: by Thomas O’Neal
Published at: Independently published (June 24, 2020)
Would you like to learn the tricks to make excellent homemade bread? Learn the basics of baking different types of breadOver 50 Delicious Bread RecipesYou still have the memory of the scent of homemade hot bread … Maybe even in childhood you saw a delicious recipe for bread made with natural ingredients …
Would you like to try your hand in the kitchen but don’t know where to start? Bread recipes from this book are perfect for every day and for holidays. Baking a perfect loaf of bread is part science and part magic.
Created from four simple ingredients of flour, yeast, water, and salt, breadmaking is one of the most difficult (and delicious) baking endeavors. Bread Baking for Beginners is a rare bread cookbook for true beginners to keep their bread baking on the rise.
It’s time to bake perfect breads with the help of Bread baking for beginners and discover the magic behind flour, water, salt, and yeast. This book contains 55 of the best bread recipes with easy directions. You will find a clear image with each recipe so that you can have an idea of what each type of bread looks like when cooked.
8. My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla
Author: by Nikola Tesla
January 14, 2021
Nikola Tesla was one of the most brilliant and daring inventors and visionaries of his time. My Inventions is Tesla’s autobiography, with meditations on his major discoveries and innovations. Tesla’s greatest inventionAC current, powers almost all of the technological wonders in the world today, from home heating to computers to high-tech robotics.
This book is based on articles written by Tesla and This book will take you on an inspirational journey into one of the world’s greatest and most unconventional minds.
9. Staging Habla de Negros: Radical Performances of the African Diaspora in Early Modern Spain (Iberian Encounter and Exchange, 475–1755)
Author: by Nicholas R. Jones
Published at: Penn State University Press; 1st edition (July 16, 2020)
In this volume, Nicholas R. Jones analyzes white appropriations of black African voices in Spanish theater from the 1500s through the 1700s, when the performance of Africanized Castilian, commonly referred to as habla de negros (black speech), was in vogue.
Focusing on Spanish Golden Age theater and performative poetry from authors such as Caldern de la Barca, Lope de Rueda, and Rodrigo de Reinosa, Jones makes a strong case for revising the belief, long held by literary critics and linguists, that white appropriations and representations of habla de negros language are racist buffoonery or stereotype.
Instead, Jones shows black characters who laugh, sing, and shout, ultimately combating the violent desire of white supremacy. By placing early modern Iberia in conversation with discourses on African diaspora studies, Jones showcases how black Africans and their descendants who built communities in early modern Spain were rendered legible in performative literary texts.
Accessibly written and theoretically sophisticated, Jones’s groundbreaking study elucidates the ways that habla de negros animated black Africans’ agency, empowered their resistance, and highlighted their African cultural retentions. This must-read book on identity building, performance, and race will captivate audiences across disciplines.
10. What Matters in Jane Austen?: Twenty Crucial Puzzles Solved
Author: by John Mullan
June 7, 2012
What are the right and wrong ways to propose marriage? What do the characters call each other, and why? And which important Austen characters never speak? In twenty short chapters, each of which answers a question prompted by Jane Austen’s novels, John Mullan illuminates the themes that matter most to the workings of Austen’s fiction.
Inspired by an enthusiastic reader’s curiosity, based on a lifetime’s study and written with flair and insight, What Matters in Jane Austen? Uncovers the hidden truth about an extraordinary fictional world.