The Collector

Author: John Fowles
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409059820
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Withdrawn, uneducated and unloved, Frederick collects butterflies and takes photographs.

The Collector Of Treasures

Author: Bessie Head
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435909819
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Botswana village tales about subjects such as the breakdown of family life and the position of women in this society.

The Collector

Author: Jack Nisbet
ISBN: 1459612515
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Jack Nisbet first told the story of British explorer David Thompson, who mapped the Columbia River, in his acclaimed book Sources of the River, which set the standard for research and narrative biography for the region.

The Collector Of Souls

Author: Carlos Soriano
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595191231
Size: 31.17 MB
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Would you do anything to rescue your best friend...even kill him?

The Collector S Wife

Author: Mitra Phukan
Publisher: Zubaan
ISBN: 9788186706831
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Rukmini had considered the possibility of their meeting after she had impulsively
called Manoj over to visit. She had wondered, momentarily, how she would
introduce Manoj to Siddharth. As friend, or. . .? Eagerness to see Manoj again,
and talk to him, filled her mind. She shrugged off the problem of how she would
explain to Siddharth that she would be going out with Manoj, alone, to a vague
destination that had nothing to do with work, or colleagues, or social

The Collector

Author: Scott Wittenburg
ISBN: 1105207277
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As a result of this disappointing realization, the Collector entered what he called
his "blue period"—a period of time that began with his own admission of having
abysmal painting skills and ended only a couple of years ago. He had become so
depressed during that period that he had nearly taken his own life on more than a
few occasions. It had been nearly impossible accepting the reality that he had
come as far as he had at emulating Edgar Degas—from being the son of a
wealthy ...