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Recently published pages list which new books have recently been added or updated. BOOKLISTS More than 50,000 items have been added to our "curated collection", which we have processed ourselves. Most of the remainder can be found on our "extended shelves", items provided by other organisations and exported in large quantities. The books we have listed should at least be free for non-commercial use. Also see books that are currently in preparation or are being ordered.

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Unless otherwise stated, most of the books available here are in the public domain and can therefore be downloaded, used, reused and remixed regardless of copyrights. However, the type of holdings in the libraries can make it hard to establish ownership rights. Further information can be found on our page on copyrights and re-use.

Also known as "Histoire des ?iseaux paints dan tous", this book contains nice hand-coloured bird stitches by Fran├žois Nicolas Martinet. Hugo Gernsback's Hugo Gernsback published a blockbuster technological journal that ran from 1913 to 1920 and contained sci-fi tales and a string of essays by Nikola Tesla.

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Born and raised in the mountainous southeast of Queensland, Kate Morton now resides in Brisbane with her husbands and three young boys. A graduate in drama and English literary studies, she specialises in 19th centuries tragedies and modern Gothic novel. Selling over 10 million units in 33 different tongues in 38 different states.

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