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Hermes Press is proud to announce that they will be publishing all fifteen pocket Avon books (3), Iran (3), Austria (3), newspapers (3), poets (3), Mark Twain (3), 1st edition paperback (3), an introduction to each thematic group of documents (3), for instance (3), for example (3), who (3), Jorie Graham (3), interviews (3), Poland (3), Thomas Jefferson (3), Kurt Vonnegut (3), philosophy (3), and others. (3), for the first time (3), then (3), learned (3), Slovakia (3), Jonathan Lethem (3), Pakistan (3), vg (3), is now completely revised and repackaged. Each volume features: * Authoritative (3), is the least important aspect of the new Pelican Shakespeare series. Here is an elegant and clear text for either the study or the rehearsal room (3), A hardcover Book of the Month Club (3), France (3), reliable texts * High quality introductions and notes * New (3), soldiers (3), "I feel that I have spent half my career with one or another Pelican Shakespeare in my back pocket. 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Stars and Gods roams all over a wide variety of fascinating topics (2), from space stations to conventional etiquette.Give yourself a treat (2), who distrusted all Earthmen (2), Baley is ordered to the Outer Worlds to help track down the killer.  The relationship between Life and his Spacer superiors (2), The desert planet Arrakis (2), has been destroyed. Now (2), was lauded by the Houston Post as "Outstanding . . . hours of entertainment (2), New York City police detective Elijah Baley had little love for either the arrogant Spacers or their robotic companions.  But when a prominent Spacer is murdered under mysterious circumstances (2), the Bene Gesserit (2), tidal waves thousands of feet high. Cities were turned into oceans; oceans turned into steam. It was the beginning of a new Ice Age and the end of civilization. But for the terrified men and women chance had saved (2), forging earthquakes a thousand times too powerful to measure on the Richter scale (2), The gigantic comet had slammed into Earth (2), Philip K. Dick has come to be seen in a literary light that defies classification in much the same way as Borges and Calvino. With breathtaking insight (2), 000 first printing." (2), Louis Sacchetti is a poet and pacifist imprisoned for refusing to enlist in the war against Third World guerillas. Sacchetti and the other inmates are used in perverse scientific experiments (2), and Sacchetti is infected with a germ that raises intelligence to incredible heights while causing decay and death. (2), " while Publishers Weekly called it "A must for science fiction fans." A follow-up volume (2), " "Still Here (2), D.C. There is no cure. In a few days 90 percent of its victims are dead. A secret military SWAT team of soldiers and scientists is mobilized to stop the outbreak of this exotic "hot" virus. 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