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The Greatest Heroes (Passages 2000). Anne Elaine Schraff grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. 0789151332 (ISBN13: 9780789151339). She received both her bachelor's and master's degrees from California State University at Northridge and taught high school for ten years. Anne paid her way through college by writing short stories for magazines. Since college she has written hundreds of stories and over eighty books including historical fiction, biographies, science books, and her fa Anne Elaine Schraff grew up in Cleveland, Ohio
The Greatest Heroes Title: Greatest Heroes Author(s): Anne Schraff ISBN: 0-7891-7555-X . September 1999 : USA Paperback.
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The Top 50 greatest fiction books of all time determined by 128 lists and articles from various critics, authors and . Ulysses chronicles the passage of Leopold Bloom through Dublin during an ordinary day, June 16, 1904.
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Macedonian king and greatest military leader ever. Defeated Persian King Darius III in several battles and conquered the huge Persian Empire. Great Croatian hero, with only 750 men, he defended the small Hungarian town Kőszeg against a Turkish army of over 10. 00 soldiers
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Still it is not often that a fortunate chance enables us to see our ancestors as they lived and moved among their cotemporaries. Too frequently the details handed down respecting them are so few and meagre, that it is impossible to form out of them a faithful picture of either the men or their surroundings.