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'The World We Live In' Book Pack

'The World We Live In' Book Pack

10 CAD
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'The World We Live In' Book Pack
10 CAD
This pack is called 'The World We Live In', and all three of these books focus on tragedies that our world has gone through. This pack features:

Columbine by Dave Cullen, published by Hatchette and Twelve in 2010
Gunpowder: Alchemy, Bombards and Pyrotechnics by Jack Kelly, published by Basic Books in 2005
Night by Elie Wiesel, published by Hill and Wang in 2006

Although Gunpowder is not directly about a tragedy, the book focuses on the development of weapons and how it shaped our world. We think it fits.

All the books are in good condition, with some minor cover damage and sticker damage. Columbine's cover is slightly ripped, although it is possible to tape this so that it is secure. Gunpowder may contain highlights and annotations.
The Lenin Pack

The Lenin Pack

6 CAD
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The Lenin Pack
6 CAD
The Lenin Pack features two books by Lenin published by Progress Publishers in Moscow. Those books are:

On the Emancipation of Women
Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism

Both these books are in good condition, with some wear and tear affecting the cover and the spine. 
Vintage Joyce Collection

Vintage Joyce Collection

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Vintage Joyce Collection
9 CAD 6 CAD
The James Joyce Collection features A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Dubliners by Irish writer James Joyce. Both books were published in 1977 by Triad/Panther Books. There is some wear and tear on the edges of the cover and spine, and there is some pen markings on the inside cover. There may be annotations and highlights in the books.

"Dubliners" is a collection of short stories with the background of Dublin, Ireland by James Joyce. "The stories deal progressively with youth, adolescence, young adulthood and maturity. Continuity is provided by the themes of repression, entrapment and revolt. But the unique wit of the Irish also bubbles frequently to the surface, relisted and splendidly displayed." (taken from back cover)