Nightingales And Roses

Author: Maryam Sinaiee
Editor: Head of Zeus Ltd
ISBN: 178669221X
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Over 100 authentic, seasonal recipes from Persian cook and food blogger, Maryam Sinaiee. Nightingales and Roses offers you a true taste of Persian home cooking. Iranian food blogger and cook, Maryam Sinaiee, takes us through a full year in the Persian kitchen, explaining the stories and traditions behind each delicious dish. From Lamb and Aubergine Stew and Baked Fish with Tamarind to Rosewater Ice Cream and Saffron Rice Pudding, Maryam's recipes reveal the diverse range of flavours that make up this unique cuisine. Beautifully photographed throughout, this is the perfect introduction to real Iranian food.

Luscinia

Author: Brian Stableford
Editor: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1434411621
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Cris's life falls apart after he and his girlfriend Claire are tattooed by artist Devon Curtin--who's murdered shortly after. Twenty years later, Curtin's fans, who believe his art was magical, are putting together an exhibit of his work, including the never-before-seen tattooes on Cris and Claire. Cris wants nothing to do with the show, but soon realizes that he and Claire might be in real danger. Because Devon Curtin's killer has never been caught...

Before The Roses And Nightingales

Author: Donald S. Whitcomb
Editor: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870993895
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Correspondence With George Montagu Etc New Ed With Illustrative Notes

Author: Earl of Orford Walpole (Horace)
Editor:
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Rub Iy T Of Omar Khayy M

Author: Edward FitzGerald
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780191562303
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'The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it.' In the 'rubáiyát' (short epigrammatic poems) of the medieval Persian poet, mathematician, and philosopher Omar Khayyám, Edward FitzGerald saw an unflinching challenge to the illusions and consolations of mankind in every age. His version of Omar is neither a translation nor an independent poem; sceptical of divine providence and insistent on the pleasure of the passing moment, its 'Orientalism' offers FitzGerald a powerful and distinctive voice, in whose accents a whole Victorian generation comes to life. Although the poem's vision is bleak, it is conveyed in some of the most beautiful and haunting images in English poetry - and some of the sharpest- edged. The poem sold no copies at all on its first appearance in 1859, yet when it was 'discovered' two years later its first admirers included Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Swinburne, and Ruskin. Daniel Karlin's richly annotated edition does justice to the scope and complexity of FitzGerald's lyrical meditation on 'human death and fate'. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

Sexual Chemistry And Other Tales Of The Biotech Revolution

Author: Brian Stableford
Editor: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1434443477
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This collection brings together the ten earliest stories in Brian Stableford’s series of "Tales of the Biotech Revolution," all written in the 1980s, except for one anomalous example from the 1960s. The dates in some of the stories, located a comfortable distance in the future when the stories were written, have now long past, revealing certain anomalies of early expectation; but they have been left unaltered, as nostalgic samples of yesterday’s long-dead and perhaps much-lamented tomorrows. The collection begins and ends, as is surely only appropriate, with flamboyant utopian fantasies boldly asserting the perfectibility of humankind and the world of which the species has custody. Great science-fiction reading by a master of the form!