The Ultimate Handbook For Paper Crafters

Author: Leisure Arts
Editor: Leisure Arts
ISBN: 1464700524
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Presents project ideas, discusses color combinations, and provides step-by-step photographs for stamping techniques, with information on essential tools.

The Complete Works In Prose And Verse Of Charles Lamb

Author: Charles Lamb
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The Complete Works In Prose And Verse Of Charles Lamb0

Author: Charles Lamb
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Irish Mist

Author: Andrew M. Greeley
Editor: Forge Books
ISBN: 9781429912181
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Dermot Michael Coyne isn't sure what he's gotten himself into. Nuala Anne McGrail, that beautiful and vivacious "Celtic witch" has finally agreed to marry him. But they've barely tied the knot when Nuala's psychic "spells" begin again. Visions of a burning castle, the captain of the infamous "Black and Tan" police force, a wild woman from Chicago, and bloodshed--all somehow connected--lead the two to the remnants of a mystery long buried in the mist of Ireland's turbulent and violent past. How did Kevin O'Higgins, the murdered leader of the movement to free Ireland, die? And who among the living will do whatever it takes to keep Nuala and Dermot from finding out? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Marginal Modernity The Aesthetics Of Dependency From Kierkegaard To Joyce

Author: Leonard Lisi
Editor: Fordham Univ Press
ISBN: 0823245322
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Marginal Modernity traces the emergence and dissemination of a new aesthetic paradigm from the periphery to the core of European culture. This "aesthetics of dependency" is distinct from the aesthetics of autonomy and fragmentation usually relied on and provides a different structure, philosophical foundation and historical condition for modernist works.

The World Of The Russian Fairy Tale

Author: Maria Kravchenko
Editor: Peter Lang Publishing
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In the view of many folklorists the images, motifs and characters that occur in fairy tales the world over, have their origins in the earliest beliefs, customs and ways of life of the people who tell the tales. When sacred tales, laws and rites no longer have a living etiological purpose or relevance, they gradually evolve into what is known as the folk or fairy tale, told mainly to elicit wonder or delight. This book looks at the cultural background, history and mythology of the East Slavs with the aim of discovering the possible origins of certain elements in the Russian Fairy Tale, known as the Skazka. It examines the various types of hero or heroine that people it, their adventures and journeys to the Other World, and the fearsome beings such as the Baba-Yaga, the Zmei and Koshchei whom they meet either on the way to, or in the Other World. The study hopes to shed light on why Russian fairy tale personages act in certain ways, what they might be thought to represent and how they reflect some of the most ancient beliefs known to mankind, in particular, worship of the Mother Goddess, the Earth Goddess.

Shores Of Light

Author: Edmund Wilson
Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466899565
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A literary chronicle of the Twenties and Thirties.

Sweethearts Of Song A Personal Memoir Of Anne Ziegler And Webster Booth

Author: Jean Collen
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1411699483
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Jean Collen began her singing studies with the famous British duettists Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth, in Johannesburg, when she was 17. Two years later they asked her to act as Webster's studio accompanist when Anne - who accompanied their students - had other commitments. This was the beginning of a close friendship which lasted until their deaths.The book gives a summary of Anne and Webster's rapid rise to fame, which is already well documented in their own autobiography entitled "Duet" (1951). Its main focus is on their lives and careers from 1956 in South Africa and their "third" career when they went back home to the UK in 1978.

Michel De Montaigne

Author: Harold Bloom
Editor: Chelsea House
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A collection of criticial essays on Montaigne and his works arranged in chronological order of publication.