Learn the secrets to a collection of puzzling projects, designed to mystify and intrigue. There are 12 seemingly impossible woodturned puzzles to make - all with incredibly simple solutions, once you know how. David Springett shows how to create these tactile and entertaining works of art.
A combination of a cookbook and a travelogue, this is a celebration of the food and culture of Andalusia, in the south of Spain. Takes in spring festivals, lively markets and favourite places to eat, drink and stay. Also features recipes for smoky lamb skewers, cuttlefish in saffron sauce and more.
In The Story of No Emma Hammond delivers an experimental lyric that is wild, weird and full of the errata of modern life. Her poems reappropriate the language of brands, pornography and instant messaging, and argue for Carry On films and Wotsits as the true subjects of poetry. The shifts of register and voice alone range from the breathtaking to ...
Excerpt from The Discovery and Colonization of North America Earliest ventures. The Puritans. The Pilgrim Fathers. Company of Massachusetts Bay. Settle ment of Massachusetts. Threatened dangers. Rhode Island. Connecticut. The Pequot War. Colony of New Haven. End of the exodus to New England. The New England Confederacy. Quakers in Boston. Coining money. The Connecticut charter. Visit of the royal commissioners. ...
A piano is thrown from the top of an East London tower block. A Goth is sick on the bus. Crises, curses and kisses punctuate this new book of poetry by Tim Wells. Written from the edges of the city, Wells' tightly honed poems satirise the slide towards a world of frustration, gentrification and heavy manners. Sometimes hilarious, often angry ...
George Windsor Earl (1813-1865) was one of that great band of young British men who adventured far to the East in the early 19th century to forge careers, make fortunes and help build the Empire. An Eastern Calling is the first major biography of him and has been extensively researched and includes material from the family archives.
Gift-giving is extremely important in Japanese society, not only at the personal and household levels, but at the national and macroeconomic levels as well. This book is the first in English to document the extraordinary scale, complexity, and variation of giving in contemporary Japan.
Excerpt from Parochial Sermons, Vol. 1I answer as follows: That, even supposing a man of unholy life were suffered to enter Heaven, he would not be [zappy there so that it would be no mercy to permit him to enter.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction ...