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“When I knocked a guy down, there was no second part to the story.”
—St. Louis Cardinals and Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson
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“the brilliance of Gunty’s writing and thinking expressed so originally and stunningly will keep most people turning every page in this novel of wild imagination, wisdom, and originality.”
Never has an evil woman been portrayed so deliciously as in Susan Angard’s The Persian Glories.
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Joseph Conrad lived from 1857–1924. Both during his lifetime and for the near-century since his death, he has been celebrated as a present past master of English prose.
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