Genetics in the Madhouse The Unknown History of Human Heredity

In the early 1800s, a century before there was any concept of the gene, physicians in insane asylums began to record causes of madness in their admission books. Almost from the...

Chris Porter: A Man from Kansas

Chris Porter discusses everything from hipsters ruining food, to being a man, to playing beer pong with celebrities, in his 3rd one hour special. No politics. No religion. No...

A Bully Father Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children

Theodore Roosevelt was a colorful adventurer, statesman, and president. But he always felt that the most essential role he played was that of father to his six children. In A...

The Death Watch

In 1929, the editor of Argosy magazine asked footloose pulp writer Theodore Roscoe for a group of tales centered around the fabled French Foreign Legion. The intrepid young author...

Kings of Broken Things

With characters depicted in precise detail and wide panorama—a kept-woman's parlor, a contentious interracial baseball game on the Fourth of July, and the tragic true events...

The Lost Phoebe

Tormented to distraction by the death of his true love, an old man embarks on a quixotic quest to find her. A tale that is tragic yet tender, Theodore Dreiser demonstrates the...

The Weirdo

They call him the Weirdo. No one knows much about the 17-year-old bear tracker with the horribly scarred face—except that he lives in the eerie swamp where Samantha Sanders...

World's Greatest Speeches War on Japan

Fantastic Audio Selection! Highest Recommendation! Listen to one today! This book comes highly recommended and it's one you’ll really enjoy.

The Duties of American Citizenship

In this speech, a young Theodore Roosevelt describes what he believes are the key principles to good citizenship. In addition to emphasizing ethical behavior, Roosevelt takes a...

Sister Carrie

A magnificent portrayal of 1890's America and the harsh realities of a dog-eat-dog world, Sister Carrie lies at the forefront of American Naturalism. When poor young provincial...

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