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wiki:newsweeks_top_100_books_2009 [2014/06/06 15:08]
mn1a [#32 - Confessions (397-398) by Saint Augustine, Bishop of Hippo]
wiki:newsweeks_top_100_books_2009 [2014/06/06 15:09]
mn1a [#82 - Tropic of Cancer (1934) by Henry Miller]
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 ===== #33 - Leviathan (1651) by Thomas Hobbes ===== ===== #33 - Leviathan (1651) by Thomas Hobbes =====
 **AVAILABLE FORMATS:** **AVAILABLE FORMATS:**
-  * [[RC 48622]]+  * [[RC 48622]] ​- [[https://​nlsbard.loc.gov/​download/​detail/​prefix/​DB/​bookmag/​48622|DB 48622]] - (last checked 6/6/2014)
 **ANNOTATION:​ ** **ANNOTATION:​ **
 ''​An English philosopher discusses the idea of absolute government that is embedded in a contract between the citizens and a sovereign authority. Examines human passion and its effect on reason and the need to restrain emotions.''​ ''​An English philosopher discusses the idea of absolute government that is embedded in a contract between the citizens and a sovereign authority. Examines human passion and its effect on reason and the need to restrain emotions.''​
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 ===== #45 - Wide Sargasso Sea (1966) by Jean Rhys ===== ===== #45 - Wide Sargasso Sea (1966) by Jean Rhys =====
 **AVAILABLE FORMATS:** **AVAILABLE FORMATS:**
-  * [[RC 23148]]+  * [[RC 23148]] ​- [[https://​nlsbard.loc.gov/​download/​detail/​prefix/​DB/​bookmag/​23148|DB 23148]] - (last checked 6/6/2014)
 **ANNOTATION:​ ** **ANNOTATION:​ **
 ''​Fascinated with the character of Bertha, the madwoman in "Jane Eyre", Jean Rhys has imagined her as a carefree girl and an attractive young woman in the days before she came to England. Rhys creates a romantic, colorful, and thought-provoking past for this enigmatic woman.''​ ''​Fascinated with the character of Bertha, the madwoman in "Jane Eyre", Jean Rhys has imagined her as a carefree girl and an attractive young woman in the days before she came to England. Rhys creates a romantic, colorful, and thought-provoking past for this enigmatic woman.''​
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 ===== #82 - Tropic of Cancer (1934) by Henry Miller ===== ===== #82 - Tropic of Cancer (1934) by Henry Miller =====
 **AVAILABLE FORMATS:** **AVAILABLE FORMATS:**
-  * [[RC 17191]]+  * [[RC 17191]] ​- [[https://​nlsbard.loc.gov/​download/​detail/​prefix/​DB/​bookmag/​17191|DB 17191]] - (last checked 6/6/2014)
   * [[https://​nlsbard.loc.gov/​download/​detail/​prefix/​BR/​bookmag/​18702|BR 18702]] - 3 volumes.   * [[https://​nlsbard.loc.gov/​download/​detail/​prefix/​BR/​bookmag/​18702|BR 18702]] - 3 volumes.
 **ANNOTATION:​ ** **ANNOTATION:​ **
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