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The Lonely Sea: Collected Short Stories
Alistair MacLean
Her Benny
Silas K. Hocking
Vedere din Parfumerie
Silvia Kerim
Mysticism and Logic (Western Philosophy)
Bertrand Russell
The Analects of Confucious
Pragmatism: A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking
William James
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New Scientists Books Staff, New Scientist
Mutual Aid
Pyotr Kropotkin
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The Brothers Karamazov
Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson

Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson - Robert Louis Stevenson Exceptional essayist. He writes of how he discovered that one can become satisfied anywhere, even in the windy alcove of a barren coastline, but he still managed to travel the world with a debilitating lung condition.

I wish we could shake even more Scottsmen in the rain, then shake them out again in a pub somewhere.

You must visit the museum in Edinburgh dedicated to Stevenson's short life.