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The Russian Garland—Being Russian Folk Tales

The Russian Garland—Being Russian Folk Tales

Translated from a Collection of Chapbooks Made in Moscow. Edited by Robert Steele. Illustrated by J. R. De Rosciszewski. A selection of some of the very best traditional Russian Folk Tales, translated… Read more »

Old Peter’s Russian Tales

Old Peter’s Russian Tales

By Arthur Ransome. Illustrated by Dmitri Mitrokhin. Famous British author Arthur Ransome’s unique and wonderful collection of fairy tales from the steppes and forests of Russia, first published in 1916,… Read more »

The Return of Odysseus

The Return of Odysseus

By Michael Walker. Can a civilization teetering on the edge of destruction be saved through the strength of will of a single individual? Can a culture be rescued by the faithful… Read more »

Polish Fairy Tales

Polish Fairy Tales

By A. J. Glinski. Translated by Maude Ashurst Biggs and illustrated by Cecile Walton. This beautifully-illustrated edition of A. J. Glinksi’s classic tales provides a marvelous glimpse into the world… Read more »

The Nibelungenlied: Translated Into Rhymed English Verse in the Metre of the Original

The Nibelungenlied: Translated Into Rhymed English Verse in the Metre of the Original

By George Henry Needler. The Nibelungenlied (“The Song of the Nibelungs”) is an epic poem originally written in in Middle High German around the year 1180. It tells the story… Read more »

The Nibelungenlied (Prose Translation)

The Nibelungenlied (Prose Translation)

Translated by Daniel B. Shumway. The Nibelungenlied (“The Song of the Nibelungs”) is an epic poem originally written in in Middle High German around the year 1180. It tells the… Read more »

The Ring of the Nibelung

The Ring of the Nibelung

By. J Cuthbert Hadden. A concise and easily-readable summary of the plot of the epic four-cycle Richard Wagner Opera, collectively known as the Ring of the Nibelung. Designed to make… Read more »

Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits: The Bard’s Best Plays Told in Easy-to-Read Story Format

Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits: The Bard’s Best Plays Told in Easy-to-Read Story Format

Adapted from the work of William Shakespeare. Twenty of the most famous plays by the Western World’s greatest wordsmith come alive in this modern, easy-to-read retelling of their storylines. Explore… Read more »

The Iron Heel

The Iron Heel

By Jack London. A dramatic novel, set as a personal diary of a socialist revolutionary taking part in a bloody and violent uprising against plutocratic capitalism, first in the United… Read more »

Peer Gynt

Peer Gynt

By Henrik Ibsen. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Peer Gynt is Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s most celebrated work, based loosely on the Scandinavian fairy tale character, Per Gynt. First published in 1867,… Read more »

Chaucer for Children: A Golden Key

Chaucer for Children: A Golden Key

By Mrs. H. R. Haweis. Illustrated with pictures and woodcuts by the author. A beautifully laid out—and perfectly accurate to the original—copy of one of the most famous books on… Read more »

Blood in the Square: Life, Love and Political Conflict in Sixties Britain

Blood in the Square: Life, Love and Political Conflict in Sixties Britain

By John Bean. A brand new sensational novel from the veteran British nationalist leader, writer, speaker and activist author of Many Shades of Black. Blood in the Square is a… Read more »

British Goblins: Welsh Folklore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions

British Goblins: Welsh Folklore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions

By Wirt Sikes. One of the most beautiful and complete collections of stories, legends, myths, folktales, and traditions to ever emerge from Wales. Compiled by an American—the United States consul… Read more »

The Mabinogion

The Mabinogion

Translated from the Red Book of Hergest by Lady Charlotte Guest. Introduction and footnotes by Owen Edwards. The complete collection of eleven prose stories collated from medieval Welsh manuscripts. Drawing… Read more »

Cuchulain of Muirthemne: The Story of the Men of the Red Branch of Ulster

Cuchulain of Muirthemne: The Story of the Men of the Red Branch of Ulster

Arranged and put into English by Lady Gregory, with a Preface by W. B. Yeats. The world’s foremost—and greatest—translation into English of the legends surrounding ancient Irish mythological folk hero… Read more »

The Air Trust

The Air Trust

By George Allan England. A gripping work of dystopian science fiction from early twentieth century American Socialism which explores the logical consequence of unfettered Capitalism taking control of all the… Read more »

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