The Man who Came to Dinner

Comedy in Three Acts

Author: Moss Hart

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc


Category: Drama

Page: 88

View: 352

A radio celebrity and his secretary have dinner with a Midwestern family, and end up staying as a disruptive force when he breaks his hip and has to stay to recuperate.

The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat: And Other Clinical Tales

Author: Oliver Sacks

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 243

View: 591

Presents a series of stories about men and women who, representing both medical and literary oddities, raise fundamental questions about the nature of reality

Behold the Man!

A Review of the Trials and Crucifixion of Jesus : the Biblical Record in the Light of Hebrew and Roman Law

Author: Taylor G. Bunch

Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc.



Page: 192

View: 931

The history of mankind is chiefly the record of the character and exploits of the men and women who exerted the greatest influence upon their generation and nation while the Scriptures were written to reveal to the human family a Person - its author and chief subject, Jesus Christ. Then came Jesus forth, wearing the crown of thornes, and the purple robe. And Pilate saith unto them, Behold the Man! - John 19:5

The Man who Divided India

An Insight Into Jinnah's Leadership and Its Aftermath

Author: Rafiq Zakaria

Publisher: Popular Prakashan


Category: India

Page: 276

View: 340

The Man who Fell in Love with the Moon

A Novel

Author: Tom Spanbauer

Publisher: Grove Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 355

View: 829

The plot twists around the questions of humanity in a comic contemporary novel that portrays the trials of Shed, a half-breed, bisexual boy who works at a Victorian whorehouse in the old West.

The Man in the Dog Suit

A Comedy in Three Acts

Author: William H. Wright

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc


Category: Drama

Page: 82

View: 802

THE STORY: Oliver is being groomed by his in-laws for a position in the family business: banking. Shy and ineffectual under ordinary circumstances, Oliver discovers that he can be bold and independent when wearing the dog costume he had acquired fo

The Man from Skibbereen

A Novel

Author: Louis L'Amour

Publisher: Bantam


Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 617

Crispin Mayo was a reckless young brawler who’d left his tiny fishing village for the vast American frontier. Headed west to join a railroad construction crew, he came upon an isolated station—and a mystery. The shack was abandoned, but fresh blood spattered the floor, and the telegraph was clicking away unattended. When Mayo stepped inside and put a hand on the telegraph key, he had no way of knowing the course of his life would change forever—and that he would become entangled with a band of Civil War veterans with a score to settle against the government…and a feisty young woman who’d risk anything to save the people she loved. Cris Mayo, who had never backed away from a fight in his life, was about to have his courage put to the ultimate test.

The Man who Planted Trees

Author: Jean Giono

Publisher: Heron Dance Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 71

View: 418

The timeless story of a solitary shepherd who spent his life working anonymously to reforest Provence, France, and by doing so revitalized the land and the people who lived there. Includes interview with filmmaker Frâedâeric Back who created an animated version of the story.--Source other than Library of Congress.

The Man Who Made the Monitor

A Biography of John Ericsson, Naval Engineer

Author: Olav Thulesius

Publisher: McFarland


Category: History

Page: 264

View: 587

"The main focus of this work is Ericsson's design and construction of the ironclad USS Monitor. One of the first viable armored warships, the Monitor revolutionized naval warfare the world over"--Provided by publisher.

The Man Who Could Never Love

Author: Kate Hewitt

Publisher: Carina Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 192

View: 958

Vittorio Ralfino, the Count of Cazlevara, is back in Italy to make a business proposition. He wishes to marry a traditional wife, and Anamaria Viale—sturdy, plain and from a good vintner's family—perfectly fits his bill. Ana is stunned that Vittorio is offering her—an ugly duckling!—marriage. She'd stoically resigned herself to a career and singledom. But Vittorio is persuasive and Ana would like a child of her own. Although she's under no illusion that this is anything but a convenient marriage—Vittorio will never offer her love. So when the time comes for him to claim her as his bride, she's surprised—and amazed—at the strength of his passion….