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The End Of The Alphabet

Author : Claudia Rankine
ISBN : 9780802198532
Genre : Poetry
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These poems—intrepid, obsessive, and erotic—tell the story of a woman's attempt to overcome despair. Claudia Rankine, whose first collection was the prize-winning Nothing in Nature is Private, creates a transfixing testimonial to a woman facing her own disease. Drawing on voices from Jane Eyre to Lady MacBeth, Rankine welds the cerebral and the spiritual, the sensual and the grotesque, courting paradox into the center of her voice.

Am Ende Des Alphabets

Author : Fleur Beale
ISBN : 3868737952
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Ordinary Alphabet

Author : Michelle McNair
ISBN : 9781456795504
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This is an amazing book. It talks about many different subjects and topics. There are poems about love, life and laughter. Poems about having fun and reminiscing. It is a book of ordinary poems from an ordinary girl. This book is for anyone who has had a bad day and just want to take a rest from the world. Someone having a good day or in the middle and just want to relax. There are short poems and long poems. So if you are looking for a poem for 3 minutes or 10 seconds this book is the one. This book is for anyone who likes poems or for someone who is just beginning to explore other reading possibilities. There are different styles of poems including odes, acrostics, blues and unrhymed poems. This book is fun and adventurous. You will feel emotions anywhere from sad, gloomy and depressed to happy, excited and flabbergasted. Some topics you read about will make you think while others will make you question yourself. There are so many love poems in the book that make you want to be in love and many poems with life lessons to be learned. As you are reading you will find yourself hard to stop because the book is so interesting and friendly.

Deity Alphabets

Author : Carroll C. Kearley
ISBN : STANFORD:36105133106240
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry. "DEITY-ALPHABETS, Carroll Kearley's luminous first book of poems, gives testimony to Keats's knowledge that humanity's certainty resides in 'the holiness of the Heart's affections.' Plain-spoken yet naturally resonant, Kearley's poems of witness 'unravel threads of tortured talk' inherent in the lives of the homeless. He reminds us that language, our common bond, offers the vivid grammar of the spirit, the 'fractured syntax' of seeing ourselves in others, and that 'each bearer of a name/ has an irreplaceable impress.' The poet, 'his voice, a second violin' brings the beauty of these 'common flowers' to our attention, and we are so very grateful for it"--Elena Karina Byrne

Poetical Alphabet

Author : LeAnn Mathis
ISBN : 1545190445
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A poem for every letter of the alphabet, this book examines such serious topics as nose hairs, yodeling, and brothers. 19 different poem styles are listed at the end so you can find its match in the book before creating your own echo, chant, or limerick style poems. For fans of Shel Silverstein.

Muslim Identities

Author : Aaron W. Hughes
ISBN : 9780231531924
Genre : Religion
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Rather than focus solely on theological concerns, this well-rounded introduction takes an expansive view of Islamic ideology, culture, and tradition, sourcing a range of historical, sociological, and literary perspectives. Neither overly critical nor apologetic, this book reflects the rich diversity of Muslim identities across the centuries and counters the unflattering, superficial portrayals of Islam that are shaping public discourse today. Aaron W. Hughes uniquely traces the development of Islam in relation to historical, intellectual, and cultural influences, enriching his narrative with the findings, debates, and methodologies of related disciplines, such as archaeology, history, and Near Eastern studies. Hughes's work challenges the dominance of traditional terms and concepts in religious studies, recasting religion as a set of social and cultural facts imagined, manipulated, and contested by various actors and groups over time. Making extensive use of contemporary identity theory, Hughes rethinks the teaching of Islam and religions in general and helps facilitate a more critical approach to Muslim sources. For readers seeking a non-theological, unbiased, and richly human portrait of Islam, as well as a strong grasp of Islamic study's major issues and debates, this textbook is a productive, progressive alternative to more classic surveys.

Nothing In Nature Is Private

Author : Claudia Rankine
ISBN : 188083409X
Genre : Poetry
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Cloacina Triumphant Poems

Author : Cloacina
ISBN : OXFORD:600070695
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The Aura Of The Word In The Early Age Of Print 1450 600

Author : Samuel Mareel
ISBN : 9781351546102
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Did the invention of movable type change the way that the word was perceived in the early modern period? In his groundbreaking essay "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," the cultural critic Walter Benjamin argued that reproduction drains the image of its aura, by which he means the authority that a work of art obtains from its singularity and its embeddedness in a particular context. The central question in The Aura of the Word in the Early Age of Print (1450-1600) is whether the dissemination of text through print had a similar effect on the status of the word in the early modern period. In this volume, contributors from a variety of fields look at manifestations of the early modern word (in English, French, Latin, Dutch, German and Yiddish) as entities whose significance derived not simply from their semantic meaning but also from their relationship to their material support, to the physical context in which they are located and to the act of writing itself. Rather than viewing printed text as functional and lacking in materiality, contributors focus on how the placement of a text could affect its meaning and significance. The essays also consider the continued vitality of pre-printing-press kinds of text such as the illuminated manuscript; and how new practices, such as the veneration of handwriting, sprung up in the wake of the invention of movable type.

The Troubadours

Author : Simon Gaunt
ISBN : 0521574730
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book offers a general introduction to the world of the troubadours. Its sixteen chapters, newly commissioned from leading scholars in Britain, the United States, France, Italy and Spain, trace the development of troubadour song (including music), engage with the main trends in troubadour scholarship, and examine the reception of troubadour poetry in manuscripts and in Northern French romance. A series of appendices offer an invaluable guide to more than fifty troubadours, to technical vocabulary, to research tools and to surviving manuscripts.

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