More free books! Part 5 of 5: Shakespeare to Zopol

My final batch of giveaway hardcovers and trade paperbacks: William Shakespeare through Felicia Zopol. If you want any of them, let me know.

(For more info on the giveaway books, see previous posts: Adams to Christian, Clarke to Gombrich, Goto to Merritt, Milstead to Schneider.)

To view a higher-resolution version of the book covers, click the photo.

Here's today's list. A line through a book means it's been claimed.

  • William Shakespeare: Complete Works of William Shakespeare
  • William Shakespeare: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, vol 1
  • William Shakespeare: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, vol 2
  • Art Shefte: Shefte's Rapid Course in Modern Piano Playing
  • Joseph T. Shipley: Dictionary of Word Origins
  • Chikao Shiratori, ed.: Secret Comics Japan: Underground Comics Now
  • Leonard Shlain: The Alphabet Versus the Goddess: The Conflict Between Word and Image
  • University of Chicago Press Staff: The Chicago Manual of Style, 14th Edition
  • Ivan Stang: High Weirdness by Mail
  • Theodore Sturgeon: The Golden Helix
  • Theodore Sturgeon: More Than Human
  • Theodore Sturgeon: The Stars Are the Styx
  • Theodore Sturgeon: Sturgeon Is Alive and Well...
  • Theodore Sturgeon: A Touch of Strange
  • Tricia Sullivan: Maul
  • Malba Tahan: The Man Who Counted: A Collection of Mathematical Adventures
  • Anna Thomas: Vegetarian Epicure Book Two
  • Hunter S Thompson: Songs of the Doomed
  • Irving D. Tressler: How to Lose Friends and Alienate People
  • Chuang Tsu: Inner Chapters
  • Anne Tyler: The Accidental Tourist, Breathing Lessons, Searching for Caleb (3 novels in one volume)
  • Boris Vallejo: Mirage
  • Mary-Claire Van Leunen: Handbook for Scholars
  • Various Authors: Springs of Indian Wisdom
  • Rena L. Vassar: Social History of American Education Volume II: 1860 to the Present
  • Vernor Vinge: Across Realtime
  • Larry Wall, Randal L. Schwartz: Programming Perl
  • Homer A. Watt, Karl J. Holzknecht, and Raymond Ross: Outlines of Shakespeare's Plays
  • Alan W. Watts: Myth and Ritual in Christianity
  • Alan Watts and Al Chung-liang Huang: Tao: The Watercourse Way
  • D. G. Wells: Recreations in Logic
  • H. G. Wells: The Outline of History
  • Walter Jon Williams: Aristoi
  • Robert Anton Wilson: Wilhelm Reich in Hell
  • Felicia Zopol: The 10 Secrets to Great Sex

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