I enjoyed reading about Col Eileen M. Collins’ (RET - USAF) journey to become an astronaut. It took time, planning, patience, and resilience...

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Virgil was a Roman poet from the Augustan period. He is known for his wide influence on western literature works such as Dante’s Divine Comedy....

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The “starving artist” stereotype has been around for years. Unfortunately, it continues to stick for plenty of good reasons. ...

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A descendant of Sally Hemmings and Thomas Jefferson has been drive away from her neighborhood in Charlottesville, VA by a white militia...

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The book has no structure, just a bunch of essays about far off places, and interesting people. These essays could be read out of order, there is not timeline...

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Frank Herbert (8 October, 1920 – 11 February, 1986) was an American author known for his science-fiction masterpiece Dune, a Nebula and Hugo awards winner....

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De Smet, SD the town where the Ingalls were one of its first residents, many of the Little House books document the building of De Smet...

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This is not the standard book about Mt. Everest. The story starts when the English Empire was at its height, and ends before the famous 1953 summit expedition....

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In a futuristic society people are grown as nearly identical embryos & conditioned to remove strong desires. They take a drug called soma to keep them docile....

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Daniel J. Boorstin was a historian specializing in both American and world history. Mr. Boorstin was the twelfth Librarian of the United States Congress....

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