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Never was the story so movingly told. It's one thing to read a description of American slavery, and another thing to read the words of the actual victims.

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Moses Roper - a mulatto slave who wrote one of the first major books about life as a slave in the United States (Narrative of the Adventures of Moses Roper and the Escape from American Slavery)

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Fascinating, first person narratives (letters, diaries) written by pioneer women heading west in the 1840's. Title: "Women's Diaries of the Westward Journey".

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13 Books To Read This Halloween

The Invention of Murder by Judith Flanders | 13 Books To Read This Halloween #halloween #scaryreads

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Bunny Yeager's Pin Up Girls of the 1960s by Bunny Yeager. $20.55. Publication: September 30, 2005. Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (September 30, 2005). Author: Bunny Yeager. Save 31% Off!

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Clark American Quadroon

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FREEMASONRY AND JUDAISM

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Book review: Alice Hoffman’s ‘Dovekeepers’ builds on lives of Jewish heroines

An incredible read on ancient Judaism in the 1st century. Women are amazing creatures!!

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Witchy Witch Witchery... † Cover Art: What Witches Do by Stewart Farrar † #witch #witchcraft #vintage #pulp #paperback #book #bookcover #occult #okkvlt #witchsploitation #coven #moderncoven #exposé #StewartFarrar

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lolita

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(giggles)

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A Lady Bound (Victorian BDSM Erotica) sounds do wrong but I'm attracted to the bad.

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The poetry written for the book was often so lovely that you wanted there to be a real Victorian poet you could look up. I must read you!

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a lovely book

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I must read this! cookbook about allegra's worldwide travels; especially liked the turkish recipes! love that she collects knives from each country :) Oh yeah @Keesha

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Supposed to be pretty funny...

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sephardim in spain, learned about this while abroad. a book about the golden age would be a great addition too

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Interview With A Vampire by Anne Rice. No matter what anyone has to say about the following books, the original was a masterpiece. Unique for its time and born from true heartbreak, it's probably the forerunner of the done-to-death vampire genre. I'd go so far as to say it sparked the modern vampire rage. As the series goes on it loses momentum, as is too often the case with popular series. But this first book, is worth reading. More than once. Rice is a good author who got caught up in a…

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I love the Mayfair Witch Series by Ann Rice but couldn't get into her vampires...weird I know.

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I love a lot of Anita Shreve, but this is my favorite

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Fortune's Rocks by Anita Shreve

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Where or When Anita Shreve

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[][][] One of the best, most readable, books I ever took out of the library. Where the Wild Things Were: Life, Death, and Ecological Wreckage in a Land of Vanishing Predators. By William Stolzenburg. “Where the Wild Things Were is science writing at its best. The subject is important for biology and sustainable development, the prose is excellent, turning lyrical at just the right times, and the story of the research is woven with clarity into natural history. Big, fierce animals have a...

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The Story of O by Pauline Reage. A female take on de Sade, written under a pen name by respected French journalist and translator Anne Desclos, in which extreme masochism provides the ultimate in sexual passion and freedom for a willing slave. Parisian photographer "O" finds her bliss by being blindfolded, chained, whipped, branded, and pierced, all while being constantly available for oral, vaginal, and anal intercourse to a group of anonymous male partners.

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