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Free Ebook:: Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Posted by Marawi on October 18, 2012

Moby Dick by Herman Melville
Herman Melville

Moby-Dick; or, The Whale is a novel by Herman Melville, first published in 1851.[2] It is considered to be one of the Great American Novels and a treasure of world literature. The story tells the adventures of wandering sailor Ishmael, and his voyage on the whaleship Pequod, commanded by Captain Ahab. Ishmael soon learns that Ahab has one purpose on this voyage: to seek out Moby Dick, a ferocious, enigmatic white sperm whale. In a previous encounter, the whale destroyed Ahab's boat and bit off his leg, which now drives Ahab to take revenge.

In Moby-Dick, Melville employs stylized language, symbolism, and the metaphor to explore numerous complex themes. Through the journey of the main characters, the concepts of class and social status, good and evil, and the existence of God are all examined, as the main characters speculate upon their personal beliefs and their places in the universe. The narrator's reflections, along with his descriptions of a sailor's life aboard a whaling ship, are woven into the narrative along with Shakespearean literary devices, such as stage directions, extended soliloquies, and asides. The book portrays destructive obsession and monomania, as well as the assumption of anthropomorphism—projecting human instincts, characteristics and motivations onto animals. Moby Dick is ruthless in attacking the sailors who attempt to hunt and kill him, but it is Ahab who invests Moby Dick's natural instincts with malignant and evil intentions. In fact, it is not the whale but the crippled Ahab who alone possesses this characteristic.

Moby-Dick has been classified as American Romanticism. It was first published by Richard Bentley in London on October 18, 1851, in an expurgated three-volume edition titled The Whale, and weeks later as a single volume, by New York City publisher Harper and Brothers as Moby-Dick; or, The Whale on November 14, 1851. The book initially received mixed reviews, but Moby-Dick is now considered part of the Western canon,[3] and at the center of the canon of American novels.

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FREE EBOOK :: Dream It. List It. Do It!

Posted by Marawi on October 12, 2012

Free Ebook. Dream it. List Do it.
Remember your third grade self?

One thing you really had going for you was a non restricted imagination. When people asked (and they often did), “What do you want to be when you grow up?” you had a ready answer. Sometimes more than one.

Back then, your response could change daily—and wildly—from veterinarian to talk show host to astronaut.
There were no limits to your imagined future or to the many things you could be and do.
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The Food Transformation

The food system is a complex web of people, businesses, organizations and governments involved in the production, distribution, sale and consumption of food. Irrespective of who we are or where we are on the planet, the food we eat is made available by this global food system.

But at the beginning of the twenty-first century, this system is not working properly – it leaves nearly one billion people hungry every day. It is obvious that the food system needs fixing, but the sheer size and complexity of the system can seem overwhelming; and the power of some of the corporations and governments involved is daunting. Urgent action is needed to change the policies and practices that play a huge part in the broken food system.

This report shows the connections between the global food system and our daily lives. It looks at households in towns and cities in six countries: Brazil, India, the Philippines, Spain, the UK and the USA. Oxfam gathered information from 5,000 women about food prices, food choices, and opinions on how their food is produced. The survey results suggest a significant opportunity: households in towns and cities across the world would like to have a better food system. This report begins to explore how, together, they might bring that about. 

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1001 shocking science facts

Posted by Marawi on August 28, 2012

Free Ebook from Scribd 

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New to the Bookshop

Posted by Marawi on July 22, 2012

All new books available at Marawi Bookshop.

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National Geographic Footprint Reading Library (Video)

Posted by Marawi on July 22, 2012

National Geographic Footprint reading library

Footprint Reading Library Video From National Geographic

 Welcome to the sights and sounds of the world with the National Geographic Footprint Reading Library, a unique new series of readers for learners of English produced by Heinle ELT in partnership with National Geographic. 

This series offers fascinating stories and facts from the four corners of our world, and develops the language and skills needed to understand non-fiction writing. 

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English Educational Books for Primary School Children

Posted by Marawi on July 22, 2012

كتب تعليمية إنجليـــزية

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Diverse Cultural Books for Children

Posted by Marawi on July 22, 2012

كتب ثقافية متنوعة للأطفال والناشئين

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Assorted Stories for Children

Posted by Marawi on July 22, 2012

قصــص مختلفة للأطفال والناشئين


سلسلة ريـــــــــــاض الإيمـــان (سلسلة تربوية تثقيفية إسلامية)

(نفحات من سيرة الرسول وصحبه)

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Educational Audio Books for Children

Posted by Marawi on July 21, 2012

اسطوانات تعليمية للاطفال

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Stories in English for Junior Kids

Posted by Marawi on January 28, 2012

قصص إنجليزية للأطفال والناشئين

The Donkey’s Secret and other Short Stories - Raja t. Nasr 

Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe 

A Shepherd’s Dream and Other Short Stories - Raja t. Nasr 

Moby Dick - Herman Melville 

Journey to the Centre of the Earth - Jules Verne 

Around the World in Elghty Days - Jules Verne 

Treasure Island - Robert Louis 

Cinderella (Level 1)

Peter and the Wolf (Level 4)

Town Mouse and Country Mouse (Level 2)

Little Red Hen (Level 1)

The Gingerbread Man ((Level 2)

The Magic Porridge Pot (Level 1)

Jack and the Beanstalk (Level 3)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs  (Level 4)

Rapunzel   (Level 3)

The Princess and the Pea  (Level 1)

Hansel and Gretel (Level 3)

Sleeping Beauty (Level 2)

Fun and Games 

We Like to Help 

The Little Mermaid 

The Elves and the Shoemaker 

Hansel and Gretel 


Little Red Riding Hood 

Ali Baba and the Fourty Thives 

Jack and the Beanstalk 

Goldilocks & the Three Bears 

The Ugly Duckling

Aladdin and the Lamp 

Tom Thumb 

The three Billy Coats Gruff 

Beauty and the Beast 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin 

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Cookery & Cuisine

Posted by admin on January 28, 2012

كتــــب الطبــــخ


Rayess art of Lebanese cooking
Librairie Du Liban

(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) حلويات الشوكلاتة
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موسوعة الطبخ الميسرة (مأكولات الشرق الأوسط)

(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) المأكولات المغربية
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) أطباق الشرق الأوسط
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موسوعة الطبخ الجديدة بالألوان
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) الكعك والمخبوزات
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La Cuisine Libanaise
Ibrahim Mouzannar

Simple Cooking Guide to Lebanese & Syrian Cuisine
Mary Elizabeth Sabieh


(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) المقبــــلات
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) الشوربة (الحساء)
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) حلويات الفاكهة
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) الأسمـــــــــاك
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) المأكولات النباتية
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) حلويات لكل المناسبات
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) الخضــــر
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) السلطـــات
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فن الطبخ العربي
إبراهيم مزنـــــر

موسوعة الحلويات الشاملة (أكثر من 200 وصفة متنوعة)

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الطبـــخ النباتـــــي

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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) الباستا معجنات المعكرونة
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) الدجـــــــــــاج
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موسوعة الطبخ الشاملة
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أفضل أنواع حلويات الشوكلاتة
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أطباق قليلة الدســم
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الطبخ الصحي للسكري
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(موسوعة الطبخ المصور) المأكولات الأسيوية
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مروي بوكشب – المكتبة المفضلة في السودان - شارع البرلمان 


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Arabic Books

Posted by admin on January 26, 2012



حياة موسى 


اقباس من السيرة العطرة

انور الجندى 


دوان الامام على 

الامام على بن ابى طالب كرم الله وجهة


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Educational Audio Tapes for Children

Posted by admin on January 26, 2012

اسطوانات تعليمية للاطفال


تعليم الفرنسية (( المستوى الاول – المستوى الثانى)) 30 برنامج تعليمى للاطفال والتى تساعد على تنمية وتطوير الناحية الفكرية والابداعية والحصلية اللغوية للاطفال فى إطار تعليمى تربوى .


مرحبا فى تعليم العربية (( المستوى الاول – المستوى الثانى )) 30 برنامج تعليمى للاطفال ، تعليم تفاعلى للاطفا ل . 


روضة الاطفا ل (( الحروف – الارقام – تلوين – العاب تعليمية )) للإعمار من 2-5 ، البرنامج ناطق باللغة العربية والانجليزية .


  الموسوعة العربية فى القواعد الاملائية :بالصوت والصورة ، البرنامج يساعد على تنمية وتطوير القواعد اللغوية باسلوب ميسر .


اختبارات تنمية الذكاء (( يعمل البرنامج على مساعدة وتنمية وتطوير العمق الإدراكى والفكرى والبعد الذهنى  للإطفال للإعمار 3-9 . 


اختبارات تنمية مهارات العمليات الحسابية : للإعمار 6-15 يعمل البرنامج على قياس وتنمية العمليات الحسابية وكلما تدرب الشخص على هذه النوعية من المهارات يكتسب المزيد من الخبرة والكفاءة فى التعامل معها وحلها بالاضافة  إلى تحسين الذاكرة الحسابية لدى الاطفال  . 


اختبارات  الذاكرة والتركيز: للاعمار  6-15 ((تساعد على تنمية وتطوير عملية تخزين واسترجاع المعلومات فى العقل للاطفال


العبقرى الصغير (( شاهد – تعلم – ابتكر )) يحتوى البرنامج على اكثر من  80 تجربة علمية . 

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Yusuf Idris - يوســـف إدريــــس

Posted by admin on December 6, 2011

Yusuf Idris, also Yusif Idris (Arabicيوسف إدريس‎)(May 19, 1927 - August 1, 1991) was an Egyptian writer of plays, short stories, and novels. Idris originally trained to be a doctor, studying at the University of Cairo.

He sought to put the foundations of a modern Egyptian theatre based on popular traditions and folklore, his main success in this quest was his most famous work, a play called "Al-Farafeer" depicting two main characters: the Master and the "Farfour" [=poor layman].

For some time he was a regular writer in the famous daily newspaper Al-Ahram. It is known that he was nominated several times to win the Nobel prize for literature.

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Emma's War

Posted by admin on November 29, 2011

Book: Emma
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Tall, striking, and adventurous to a fault, young British relief worker Emma McCune came to Sudan determined to make a difference in a country decimated by the longest-running civil war in Africa.

She became a near legend in the bullet-scarred, famine-ridden country, but her eventual marriage to a rebel warlord made international headlines—and spelled disastrous consequences for her ideals.

Enriched by Deborah Scroggins’s firsthand experience as an award-winning journalist in Sudan, this unforgettable account of Emma McCune’s tragically short life also provides an up-close look at the volatile politics in the region.

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War & Peace in Sudan: A Tale of Two Countries

Posted by admin on November 29, 2011

Sudan has been at war with itself for the last forty years, except for a ten-year period of peace from 1972 to 1983. This book traces the root causes of the Sudanese conflict: the remnants of slave culture and the rift between North and South, exacerbated by a conflict of culture and religion.

Despite past divisions, the author identifies new points of departure in the conflict, particularly after the agreement reached by John Garang de Marbos in the South and the leadership of the Northern parties.

The main tenets of this agreement are: recognition of the country's religious and cultural diversity, separation between religion and the state, recognition of citizenship as the sole determinant of political rights and duties, and radical restructuring of the state as a quasi-confederal state. The author avers that these measures hold the last chance for Sudan to be united!

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General History of Africa VIII - Africa Since 1935

Posted by admin on November 28, 2011

General History of Africa Volume 8
Check in Store

Africa has moved from international conflict under foreign domination to struggles for political sovereignty and economic independence.

Looking at the changes in Africa's fortunes since 1935, this volume examines the challenges of nation-building and socio-cultural changes affecting the continent.

The series is co-published in Africa with seven publishers, in the United States and Canada by the University of California Press, and in association with the UNESCO Press.

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The Translator

Posted by Marawi on November 19, 2011

The Translator

Leila Aboulela’s assured debut is about a widowed Muslim mother living in Aberdeen who falls in love with a Scottish secular academic.

Sammar is a Sudanese widow working as an Arabic translator at a Scottish university. Since the sudden death of her husband, her young son has gone to live with family in Khartoum, leaving Sammar alone in cold, gray Aberdeen, grieving and isolated.

But when she begins to translate for Rae, a Scottish Islamic scholar, the two develop a deep friendship that awakens in Sammar all the longing for life she has repressed. 

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Africa Now: People, Policies, Institutions

Posted by admin on November 19, 2011

Africa Now by Stephen Ellis
  • Foreword / Jan P. Pronk
  • Introduction / Stephen Ellis
  • 1. Africa in perspective / Toyin Falola
  • 2. Nationalism, ethnicity & democracy / Solofo Randrianja
  • 3. Youth & violence / Ali El-Kenz
  • 4. Movements of religious renewal / Mohamed Tozy
  • 5. Building public morality / Lilia Labidi
  • 6. The institutional foundations of growth / Janine Aron
  • 7. Formal & informal economic activities / Ernest Aryeetey...
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مروي بوكشب – المكتبة المفضلة في السودان - شارع البرلمان