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3/4-Sleeve Mock Two-Piece Collared Dress
18,14 € *
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The mock two-piece design of this dress is simple yet versatile enough to be styled up or down. The pointed collar adds a structural element. The A-line silhouette can be further emphasized with a skinny belt. Unlined. Color: Black, Materials: Polyester, Size: S: Shoulder Width: 35cm, Bust: 84cm, Waist: 72cm, Sleeve Length: 59cm, Total Length: 85cm M: Shoulder Width: 37cm, Bust: 88cm, Waist: 76cm, Sleeve Length: 60cm, Total Length: 86cm L: Shoulder Width: 38cm, Bust: 92cm, Waist: 80cm, Sleeve Length: 60.5cm, Total Length: 87cm XL: Shoulder Width: 39cm, Bust: 96cm, Waist: 84cm, Sleeve Length: 61cm, Total Length: 88cm, Care: N/A

Anbieter: YesStyle
Stand: 05.06.2020
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Mock Two Piece Long-Sleeve T-shirt
15,42 € *
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Perfect for building up a casual school day outfit that ll transition well to the mall, this mock two-piece looks like you ve layered a monochrome short sleeve tee on top of a striped long-sleeve one. Slit hems and subtle lettering add street style edge. Boost your look with bling, retro sneakers and canvas crossbody. Comes in white only. Color: Black, Materials: Polyester, Size: M: Shoulder Width: 46cm, Chest: 57cm, Sleeve Length: 48cm, Total Length: 66cm L: Shoulder Width: 48cm, Chest: 59cm, Sleeve Length: 49cm, Total Length: 68cm XL: Shoulder Width: 50cm, Chest: 61cm, Sleeve Length: 50cm, Total Length: 70cm, Care: N/A

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ISBN The Rape of the Lock and Other Major Writi...
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The Rape of the Lock and Other Major Writings The Rape of the Lock and Other Major Writings is a collection of Alexander Pope’s greatest works, edited with an introduction by Leo Damrosch in Penguin Classics. Alexander Pope was the greatest English poet of his age, whose acerbic insights into human nature have entered the language, and whose verse still astonishes with its energy and inventiveness centuries after his death. This new selection of Pope’s work follows the path of his poetic genius over his lifetime. It contains early poems including the masterly mock-epic ‘The Rape of the Lock‘, which satirizes a notorious society scandal through glorious heroic couplets, the brilliantly aphoristic ‘An Essay on Criticism‘ and excerpts from his translation of the Iliad. Later poems represented include Pope’s ironic adaptations of Horace’s Epistles, Satires and Odes, and the remarkable ‘Dunciad‘, a stinging attack on his literary rivals and the mediocrity of Grub Street hacks. Here too are selected prose works and letters from Pope to his contemporaries such as John Gay and Jonathan Swift. This edition contains a wide-ranging introduction that elucidates Pope’s life, poetic art and contemporary contexts, as well as separate introductions to each piece, a chronology, further reading, a biography and extensive notes.  For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators. About author(s) Alexander Pope was born in 1688 in London, England. His father, a linen merchant, moved his family to Binfield in Windsor Forest after the Glorious Revolution of 1688, where Pope received little schooling, educating himself largely through reading. At the age of twelve, Pope contracted a tubercular infection, never growing taller than four feet, six inches, and suffered from curvature of the spine and constant headaches. He came to public notice on the publication of “Pastorals” in Jacob Tonson’s Miscellany (1709), Essay on Criticism (1711), and gained much notoriety and acclaim for The Rape of the Lock (1712). By 1713, Pope had befriended Jonathan Swift, John Gay, Thomas Parnell, and Dr. John Arbuthnot, and together they formed the “Scriblerus Club” which indirectly contributed to such works as Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels and Pope’s own Dunciad (1728), as well as the Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus (1741). Pope’s translation of the Iliad (1715-1720) and the Odyssey (1725-1726) earned him financial success, as well as critical praise. Working jointly with Swift, they published Miscellanies (1727-1732), an obvious parody of writers, which was ill received. Pope answered again with a personal satire, the famous Dunciad. He attempted a survey of human nature, completing Essay on Man (1733), and Mortal Essays both reminiscent of the satire for which Pope had become so famous. Imitations of Horace (1733-1738) a parody of the contemporary social and political scene, and his “pirated” letters, which he had devised to be published, would be his last works. Pope died in 1744 and was buried in Twickenham Church. He left the epic verse Brutus incomplete.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 05.06.2020
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Advice to Little Girls and Other Stories
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Advice to Little Girls is a humorous short story written by Mark Twain in 1865 and published in 1867. However, it would not be wise for young a girls to take the advice to heart. That said, given the gore of the Civil War, its references to fantasies of methods for resolving sibling tensions are relatively tame. Besides, the piece is certainly tongue-in-cheek, having Twain's mock seriousness and absurdities that abound. Often what starts out as a reasonable suggestion for mutually compatible co-existence ends up as being ludicrous and outrageous. Scalding a younger brother with hot water as a method to secure his attention falls in this category. Other Stories includes: Was it Heaven? Or Hell?, The $30,000 Bequest, A Dog's Tale, The Five Boons of Life, How to Tell a Story, and others...

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.06.2020
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Celtic Fairy Tales - The Original Classic Edition
12,99 € *
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Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Celtic Fairy Tales. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by Joseph Jacobs, which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Celtic Fairy Tales: The daughter of the king of France is to be married to-night, the handsomest woman that the sun ever saw, and we must do our best to bring her with us; if were only able to carry her off; and you must come with us that we may be able to put the young girl up behind you on the horse, when well be bringing her away, for its not lawful for us to put her sitting behind ourselves. ...The king gave her a years grace, and when that year was up he gave her another years grace, and then another; but a week or a day he would not give her longer, and she is eighteen years old to-night, and its time for her to marry; but, indeed, says he, and he crooked his mouth in an ugly way-indeed, its no kings son shell marry, if I can help it. ...He began thinking with himself what he ought to do, and he did not like to bring her home with himself to his fathers house, for he knew well that they would not believe him, that he had been in France and brought back with him the king of Frances daughter, and he was afraid they might make a mock of the young lady or insult her. ...When Guleesh said from what he saw he thought the girl was not satisfied with the marriage that was going to take place in the palace before he and the sheehogues broke it up, there came a red blush into the girls cheek, and he was more certain than ever that she had sooner be as she was-badly as she was-than be the married wife of the man she hated. ...The noise stopped; but as Tom looked sharply through the bushes, what should he see in a nook of the hedge but a brown pitcher, that might hold about a gallon and a half of liquor; and by-and-by a little wee teeny tiny bit of an old man, with a little motty of a cocked hat stuck upon the top of his head, a deeshy daushy leather apron hanging before him, pulled out a little wooden stool, and stood up upon it, and dipped a little piggin into the pitcher, and took out the full of it, and put it beside the stool, and then sat down under the pitcher, and began to work at putting a heel-piece on a bit of a brogue just fit for himself.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Advice to Little Girls and Other Stories
1,99 € *
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Advice to Little Girls is a humorous short story written by Mark Twain in 1865 and published in 1867. However, it would not be wise for young a girls to take the advice to heart. That said, given the gore of the Civil War, its references to fantasies of methods for resolving sibling tensions are relatively tame. Besides, the piece is certainly tongue-in-cheek, having Twain's mock seriousness and absurdities that abound. Often what starts out as a reasonable suggestion for mutually compatible co-existence ends up as being ludicrous and outrageous. Scalding a younger brother with hot water as a method to secure his attention falls in this category. Other Stories includes: Was it Heaven? Or Hell?, The $30,000 Bequest, A Dog's Tale, The Five Boons of Life, How to Tell a Story, and others...

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.06.2020
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