In Aedibus Aldi

Author: Paul J. Angerhofer
Editor: Brigham Young Univ Library
ISBN: 9780842523295
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French Lyrics

Author: Arthur Graves Canfield
ISBN: 1406841927
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An introduction to the reading and study of French lyric poetry

The Crusades

Author: Alan V. Murray
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The Friars

Author: Kenneth Rowlands
Editor: Book Guild Limited
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The medieval friar, an innovation of the Christian church in the thirteenth century, began a time of spiritual renewal in the flagging religious establishment across Europe with a compelling combination of administrative flair and missionary zeal. Kenneth Rowlands' appealing history shows how men of religious conviction, intellectuals, good honest men, even erratic and rather odd people, became friars - sometimes giving up considerable wealth and social position to minister to the sick and poor. Throughout the Middle Ages in Britain, friars achieved a high standing in the community, exercising an influence out of all proportion to their numbers. By the time Henry VIII disbanded them in England and Wales in the sixteenth century, the mendicant order of friars was in decline. In these pages their lives and works are remembered and their contribution to society accorded its proper place.

Nouveau Dictionnaire Universel Des Synonymes De La Langue Fran Aise

Author: Guizot
Editor: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781378586679
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The Vocabulary Of Intellectual Life In The Middle Ages

Author: Mariken Teeuwen
ISBN: 9782503557465
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Recueil De Noels Provencaux

Author: N. Saboly
ISBN: 9781375437479
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In The Shade Of The Almond Trees

Author: Dominique Marny
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480461172
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In the aftermath of World War I, a family estate hangs in the balance For generations, the Barthélemy family tended to the olive trees of Restanques, a sprawling property in Cotignac whose olive oil and almonds were as incredible as the countryside that produced them. But all that changed when war came to France. Robert Barthélemy never returned from the trenches, and without him, the farm is beginning to die. His widow has lost the will to live, and only the fierce efforts of their daughter, Jeanne, have kept the creditors at bay. Jeanne is spending an afternoon at home with the family’s grim financial statements when a handsome stranger appears on the front steps. His name is Jérôme Guillaumin and he is a brilliant botanist about to embark on a journey around the globe. From the moment they meet, Jeanne is struck by feelings she never thought possible: feelings that could save her life or destroy everything she has ever known.

Music And Musicians

Author: Albert Lavignac
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The Man Who Was The God Of Love Storycuts

Author: Ruth Rendell
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448108896
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Fiona meets Henry when temping for his company and is immediately impressed by his intellect. He takes pride in his achievements, but after they marr, Fiona finds out that this intellect was all just a pretence. Little does Fiona know the consequences of finding out a secret of pride . . . Part of the Storycuts series, this short story was previously published in the collection Blood Lines.