Some articles on volumes, volume:

Frédéric Cailliaud - Works
4 volumes Paris (1823–27), including an atlas Recherches sur les arts et métiers, les usages de la vie civile et domestique des anciens peuples de l'Égypte. 2 volumes Paris (1822 ff.) Voyage à l'Oasis de Thèbes etc. 2 volumes Paris (1823) The standard author abbreviation Caill ...
Loeb Classical Library - Volumes - LATIN - Apuleius
... L044) Metamorphoses (The Golden Ass) Volume I ... Books 1–6 L453) Metamorphoses (The Golden Ass) Volume II ...
Chrono Crusade - Media - Manga
... The individual chapters were published in eight tankōbon volumes by Kadokawa Shoten from December 1999 to September 2004 ... In addition to releasing all eight volumes of the series, ADV Manga published some of the series chapters in its anime and manga magazine NewType USA ... in January 2010 and releasing two volumes per month ...
Gotlib - Bibliography
... Les Dingodossiers with Goscinny (Dargaud, 3 volumes, 1967, 1972, 1975) Rubrique-à-Brac (Dargaud, 5 volumes, 1970 to 1974) Clopinettes with Mandryka (Audie - Fluide Glacial, 1974) Cinémastock with Alexis (Darga ...
Paulus Hector Mair - Manuscripts
... three copies of the compendium, in two volumes each German version Saxon state library, Dresden, Mscr ... C 93/94, after 1542, two volumes, 244+328 folia ... icon 393, after 1542, two volumes, 309+303 folia ...

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    Perhaps it is the lowest of the qualities of an orator, but it is, on so many occasions, of chief importance,—a certain robust and radiant physical health; or—shall I say?—great volumes of animal heat.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    These volumes contain not the highest, but a very practicable wisdom, which startles and provokes, rather than informs us. Carlyle does not oblige us to think; we have thought enough for him already, but he compels us to act.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Some time ago a publisher told me that there are four kinds of books that seldom, if ever, lose money in the United States—first, murder stories; secondly, novels in which the heroine is forcibly overcome by the hero; thirdly, volumes on spiritualism, occultism and other such claptrap, and fourthly, books on Lincoln.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)