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  • Frankenstein (Dominoes 1) Multirom Pack

    Frankenstein (Dominoes 1) Multirom Pack

    Shelley,Mary
    Kiadó: Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 9780194249614
    nyelv(ek): angol
    Raktárkészlet: 10-100 pld
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    2 060 Ft

    1 751 Ft(15%)

  • Perfume

    Perfume

    Süskind,Patrick
    Kiadó: Penguin Books Ltd.
    ISBN: 9780141041155
    nyelv(ek): angol
    Raktárkészlet: 1-10 pld
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    3 130 Ft

    2 660 Ft(15%)

  • The First Men In The Moon (Owc)

    The First Men In The Moon (Owc)

    Wells,H.G.
    Kiadó: Oxford University Press
    'My next clear recollection is that we were prisoners at we knew not what depth beneath the moon's surface ...At the village of Lympne, on the south coast of England, the 'most uneventful place in the world' the failed playwright Mr Bedford meets the brilliant inventor Mr Cavor, and together they invade the moon.Dreaming respectively of scientific renown and of mineral wealth, they fashion a sphere from the gravity-defying substance Cavorite and go where no human has gone before. They expect a dead world, but instead they find lunar plants that grow in a singleday, giant moon-calves and the ant-like Selenites, the super-adapted inhabitants of the Moon's utopian society.The First Men in the Moon is both an inspired and imaginative fantasy of space travel and alien life, and a satire of turn-of-the-century Britain and of utopian dreams of a wholly ordered and rational society.
    Tovább
    ISBN: 9780198705048
    nyelv(ek): angol
    Raktárkészlet: 1-10 pld
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    2 210 Ft

    1 878 Ft(15%)

  • The Invisible Man (Owc)

    The Invisible Man (Owc)

    Wells,H.G.
    Kiadó: Oxford University Press
    'The man's become inhuman ... He has cut himself off from his kind. His blood be upon his own head.'One night in the depths of winter, a bizarre and sinister stranger wrapped in bandages and eccentric clothing arrives in a remote English village. His peculiar, secretive activities in the room he rents spook the locals. Speculation about his identitybecomes horror and disbelief when the villagers discover that, beneath his disguise, he is invisible.Griffin, as the man is called, is an embittered scientist who is determined to exploit his extraordinary gifts, developed in the course of brutal self-experimentation, in order to conduct a Reign of Terror on the sleepy inhabitants of England. As thepolice close in on him, he becomes ever more desperate and violent.In this pioneering novella, subtitled 'A Grotesque Romance', Wells combines comedy, both farcical and satirical, and tragedy - to superbly unsettling effect. Since its publication in 1897, The Invisible Man has haunted not only popular culture (inparticular cinema) but also the greatest and most experimental novels of the twentieth century.
    Tovább
    ISBN: 9780198702672
    nyelv(ek): angol
    Raktárkészlet: 1-10 pld
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    1 700 Ft

    1 445 Ft(15%)

  • Dracula's Guest - Victorioan Vampire Stories

    Dracula's Guest - Victorioan Vampire Stories

    Sims Michael
    Kiadó: Bloomsbury
    Even in the twenty-first century, the undead walk among us...Before Twilight and True Blood, vampires haunted the nineteenth century, when brilliant writers indulged their bloodthirsty imaginations, culminating in Bram Stoker's legendary 1897 novel,Dracula. Acclaimed author and anthologist Michael Sims brings together the finest vampire stories of the Victorian era in a unique collection that highlights their cultural variety. Beginning with the supposedly true accounts that captivated Byron andShelley, the stories range from Aleksei Tolstoy's tale of a vampire family to Fitz James O'Brien's invisible monster to Mary Elizabeth Braddon's rich and sinister widow, Good Lady Ducayne. Sims also includes a nineteenth-century travel tour ofTransylvanian superstitions, and finishes the collection with Stoker's own Dracula's Guest - a chapter omitted from his landmark novel. Vampires captivated Victorian society, and these wonderful stories demonstrate how Romantic and Victorian writersrefined the raw ore of peasant superstition into a whole vampire mythology of aristocratic decadence and innocence betrayed.
    Tovább
    ISBN: 9781408809969
    nyelv(ek): angol
    Raktárkészlet: 1-10 pld
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    3 765 Ft

    3 200 Ft(15%)