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Books with title A Letter to Amy

  • A Letter to a Hindu

    Leo Tolstoy

    Paperback (ICON Group International, Inc., June 4, 2008)
    Webster's edition of this classic is organized to expose the reader to a maximum number of synonyms and antonyms for difficult and often ambiguous English words that are encountered in other works of literature, conversation, or academic examinations. Extremely rare or idiosyncratic words and expressions are given lower priority in the notes compared to words which are ┬┐difficult, and often encountered┬┐ in examinations. Rather than supply a single synonym, many are provided for a variety of meanings, allowing readers to better grasp the ambiguity of the English language, and avoid using the notes as a pure crutch. Having the reader decipher a word's meaning within context serves to improve vocabulary retention and understanding. Each page covers words not already highlighted on previous pages. If a difficult word is not noted on a page, chances are that it has been highlighted on a previous page. A more complete thesaurus is supplied at the end of the book; synonyms and antonyms are extracted from Webster's Online Dictionary. PSAT┬┐ is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation neither of which sponsors or endorses this book; SAT┬┐ is a registered trademark of the College Board which neither sponsors nor endorses this book; GRE┬┐, AP┬┐ and Advanced Placement┬┐ are registered trademarks of the Educational Testing Service which neither sponsors nor endorses this book, GMAT┬┐ is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admissions Council which is neither affiliated with this book nor endorses this book, LSAT┬┐ is a registered trademark of the Law School Admissions Council which neither sponsors nor endorses this product. All rights reserved.
  • A Letter to a Hindu

    Leo Tolstoy

    Paperback (Iboo Press House, Aug. 6, 2020)
    Tolstoy is considered one of the giants of Russian literature; his works include the novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina and novellas such as Hadji Murad and The Death of Ivan Ilyich.Tolstoy's earliest works, the autobiographical novels Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth (1852-1856), tell of a rich landowner's son and his slow realization of the chasm between himself and his peasants. Though he later rejected them as sentimental, a great deal of Tolstoy's own life is revealed. They retain their relevance as accounts of the universal story of growing up.Tolstoy served as a second lieutenant in an artillery regiment during the Crimean War, recounted in his Sevastopol Sketches. His experiences in battle helped stir his subsequent pacifism and gave him material for realistic depiction of the horrors of war in his later work.His fiction consistently attempts to convey realistically the Russian society in which he lived. The Cossacks (1863) describes the Cossack life and people through a story of a Russian aristocrat in love with a Cossack girl. Anna Karenina (1877) tells parallel stories of an adulterous woman trapped by the conventions and falsities of society and of a philosophical landowner (much like Tolstoy), who works alongside the peasants in the fields and seeks to reform their lives. Tolstoy not only drew from his own life experiences but also created characters in his own image, such as Pierre Bezukhov and Prince Andrei in War and Peace, Levin in Anna Karenina and to some extent, Prince Nekhlyudov in Resurrection.THE WORLD'S POPULAR CLASSICSiBoo Press House uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work. We preserve the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. All THE WORLD'S POPULAR CLASSICS are unabridged (100% Original content), designed with a nice cover and a large font that's easy to read. Printed on fine Groundwood paper (Eggshell, mass market-like), bound in neat and attractive style. You may visit Leo Tolstoy's page at iboo.com/leo-tolstoy to see all his books.
  • A Letter to Santa

    Caroline Pedler Gaby Goldsack

    Paperback (Marks & Spencer, Jan. 1, 2005)
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  • A Letter to a Hindu

    Leo Tolstoy

    eBook (, June 13, 2020)
    A Letter to a Hindu by Leo Tolstoy
  • A Letter to Santa

    Gaby & Caroline Pedler (Illustr.) Goldsack, Caroline Pedler

    Hardcover (Parragon Publishing, March 15, 2003)
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  • A Letter to a Hindu

    Tolstoy Leo graf

    Paperback (HardPress Publishing, June 21, 2016)
    Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
  • A Letter to a Hindu

    graf Leo Tolstoy

    eBook (, April 30, 2020)
    "A Letter to a Hindu" (also known as "A Letter to a Hindoo") was a letter written by Leo Tolstoy to Tarak Nath Das on 14 December 1908.[1] The letter was written in response to two letters sent by Das, seeking support from the famous Russian author and thinker for India's independence from British colonial rule. The letter was published in the Indian newspaper Free Hindustan. The letter caused the young Mohandas Gandhi to write to the world-famous Tolstoy to ask for advice and for permission to reprint the Letter in Gandhi's own South African newspaper, Indian Opinion, in 1909. Mohandas Gandhi was stationed in South Africa at the time and just beginning his lifelong activist career. He then translated the letter himself, from the original English copy sent to India, into his native Gujarati.
  • A Letter To Santa

    Sesame Workshop

    Board book (Flying Frog Publishing, March 15, 2009)
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  • Letter to Amy

    Ezra Jack Keats

    Library Binding (Demco Media, June 16, 1998)
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  • A Letter to Amy

    Ezra Jack Keats, Dynan Paschal, Weston Woods Studios

    Audiobook (Weston Woods Studios, June 8, 2006)
    Peter is having a birthday party. When he goes to mail the special letter he has written to Amy to invite her, something extraordinary happens that makes the little boy feel "all mixed up". Beautiful landscapes of the city fill the story with colors that reflect Peter's moods.
  • A Letter to Amy

    Ezra Jack Keats

    Hardcover (Viking Books for Young Readers, Aug. 16, 1714)
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  • A Letter to Amy

    Ezra Jack Keats, Ama

    Hardcover (Harper & Row, Aug. 16, 1984)
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