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A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova
Arnost Lustig

Interlink Publishing+group Inc, 1990


Food for the Vegetarian: Traditional Lebanese Recipes
Aida Karaoglan

Interlink Publishing Group, 1992

Lebanon's cuisine draws from a culinary history truly unlike any other in the world. This healthy and wholesome diet is a reflection of Lebanon's unique interaction with Babylonians, Phoenicians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Persians, Byzantines, Turks, and more recently, Europeans. This tantalizing collection of vegetarian recipes-passed down from mother to daughter, generation after generation-has been carefully collected from the rural ...


Portuguese Homestyle Cooking
Ana Patuleia Ortins

Interlink Publishing Group, 2002

Everyone loves Mediterranean food. But few can say what makes the soul-comforting, understated peasant food of Portugal distinct from that of its neighbors. The abundant use of legumes and leafy greens in its hearty soups and stews? The unusual combinations of meat and shellfish? The wine and garlic marinated braises? The easy seafood preparations? Or, perhaps, the luscious, egg-sweet desserts, from light meringue puddings to rich, sweet breads? ...


My Bodyworks
Jane Schoenberg

Interlink Publishing Group Inc., 1993

Learning about the body just got more exciting! Young children will discover how their bodies work when they read and sing along with fun and fact-filled songs. How many bones are in each of your feet? What are the five senses? Where is the gluteus maximus? Why do we pass gas? Find out in this engaging book and 12-song CD set with its diverse array of musical styles that promises to get the whole family rocking.


Thomas Bernhard

Interlink Publishing Group / Quartet Books, 1990

Instead of the book he's meant to write, Rudolph, a Viennese musicologist, produces this tale of procrastination, failure, and despair, a dark and grotesquely funny story of small woes writ large and profound horrors detailed and rehearsed to the point of distraction. "Certain books—few—assert literary importance instantly, profoundly. This new novel by the internationally praised but not widely known Austrian writer is one of those—a ...


Famine [FAMINE]
Liam(Author) O'Flaherty

Interlink Publishing Group, 2003


Aconcagua: Summit of South America (Rucksack Pocket Summits)
Harry Kikstra

Interlink Publishing Group, 2005

Of the seven continental summits, Aconcagua (at 6962 m/22,840 ft) lies second only to Everest. Yet it is surprisingly free of snow and ice, and experienced hikers can reach the roof of the Americas without technical expertise. However, it is one of the world's highest and toughest treks. The author has summated twice, and explains in detail how to tackle the main trekking routes (Normal and Polish Traverse), as well as giving a useful summary on ...


Kennedy a Time Remembered (A Quartet/Visual arts book)
Jacques Lowe

Interlink Publishing+group Inc, 1983

An unprecedented, behind-the-scenes portrait of JFK and the Camelot years--published on the thirtieth anniversary of the assassination.


Food of Japan
Shirley Booth

Interlink Publishing Group, 2002

A Japanese culinary revolution has taken place in the US: witness the explosion in the number of sushi bars, as well as the popularity of noodles, rice, and other Japanese foods, and their appearance in supermarkets everywhere. Japanese cuisine is being served up in restaurants everywhere, and much has been written about the health benefits of miso, steamed fish, and green tea. Japanese foods are finally being appreciated in the West, but most ...


Confessions of Madame Psyche
Dorothy Bryant

Interlink Publishing+group Inc, 1989

1987 American Book Award Winner    This ambitious and enchanting novel is both modern-day epic and a work of great emotional and spiritual death. Bold in its historical scope, rich in colorful settings, and eminently readable, Confessions of Madame Psyche also reaches inward, toward quieter truths.    The novel is narrated by Mei0li Murrow, born in San Francisco in 1895, the illegitimate daughter of a charismatic confidence man and the ...


London for Families (Travel)
Larry Lain, Michael Lain

Interlink Publishing Group, 1997

Packed with all the essential information you'll need for a trip to Britain's capital city, this guide shows you how to "live like a local" and gives you a comprehensive survey of all of London's main attractions. It explores history and pageantry, suggests walking tours, and gives detailed itineraries for numerous daytrips outside London.


The End Play (Emerging Voices)
Indira Mahindra

Interlink Publishing Group, 1994

This series is designed to bring to North American readers the once-unheard voices of writers who have achieved wide acclaim at home, but are not recognized beyond the borders of their native lands. With special emphasis on women writers, Interlink's Emerging Voices series publishes the best of the world's contemporary literature in translation or original English.


The Pilgrimage to Santiago (Lost and Found: Classic Travel Writing)
Edwin Mullins

Interlink Publishing Group, 2000

The "Long Road to heaven", the annual pilgrimage to the Galician city of Santiago de Compostela has taken place for over a thousand years. In the great cathedral of Santiago are said to lie the bones of St. James the Great, cousin to Christ, an original disciple and later "resurrected" as the slayer of the Moors. From the Middle Ages onwards, this most evocative of Christian shrines has attracted pilgrims to the Spanish city from all over Europe ...


Ana Historic
Daphne Marlatt

Interlink Publishing+group Inc, 1990

A classic of Canadian literature, here is the A List edition of Daphne Marlatt’s utterly original novel about rescuing a forgotten woman from obscurity Ana Historic is the story of Mrs. Richards, a woman of no history, who appears briefly in 1873 in the civic archives of Vancouver. It is also the story of Annie, a contemporary, who becomes obsessed with the possibilities of Mrs. Richards’s life.


Calcutta: A Cultural History
Krishna Dutta

Interlink Publishing Group, 2008

In the popular imagination, Calcutta is a packed and pestilential sprawl, made notorious by the Black Hole and the works of Mother Teresa, Kipling called it a City of Dreadful Night, and a century later V.S. Naipaul, Gunter Grass, and Louis Malle revived its hellish image. This is the place where the West first truly encountered the East. Founded in the 1690s by East India Company merchants beside the Hugli River, Calcutta grew into India's ...


Tales of the Golden Corpse: Tibetan Folk Tales (International Folk Tales)

Interlink Publishing Group, 2006

Tales of the Golden Corpse is the first complete English version of the famous Tibetan folk tales told to a boy who has killed seven sorcerers in the defense of his Master. The boy must redeem himself by carrying a talking corpse full of wondrous tales on a long journey, without himself speaking a word. These 25 tales of intrigue and magic provide the reader with a window through which to view ancient Tibetan culture. Within them you will ...


Fine Old Conflict
Jessica Mitford

Interlink Publishing+group Inc, 1978

Fine Old Conflict [Jul 01, 1978] Mitford, Jessica


Visiting Distilleries
Duncan Graham, Wendy Graham

Interlink Publishing Group, 2003

Over 40 malt whisky distilleries (and other related facilities) in Scotland and Northern Ireland are detailed in this visitors' guide. Arranged on a regional basis, centred around an appropriate touring base, the book looks at each facility in detail for the whisky enthusiast. Preliminary chapters deal with the manufacture of Scotch (and Irish) malt whisk(e)y, with an explanation of how the guide works and how it should be used, and a brief ...


Indaba My Children African Tribal Histor
Credo Mutwa

Interlink Publishing+group Inc, 1998

First published in 1964, "Indaba, My Children" is an internationally acclaimed collection of African folk tales that chart the story of African tribal life since the time of the Phoenicians. It is these stories that have shaped Africa as we know it. Credo Mutwa was born in 1922 in Natal, the grandson of Ziko Shezi, a Bantu witch doctor who was the guardian of his tribe's history. In 1963, Mutwa himself was officially proclaimed High Witch doctor ...


The Stone of Laughter (Interlink World Fiction)
Huda Barakat

Interlink Publishing Group, 1995



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