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Time Of Grace

Author : Gabriella West
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Genre : Fiction
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Shy young Caroline has come from England to Ireland in 1915 to work as a governess at Thornley Hall. But beautiful housemaid Grace, with her fierce dedication to Ireland's freedom, opens Caroline's eyes to new erotic worlds. As their friendship blossoms into passionate romance, Caroline finds a happiness she's never known. But will Grace's commitment to the upcoming Rising jeopardize their love?

Time Of Grace

Author : Ken Lamberton
ISBN : 9780816525706
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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ÒI hole up in my own cozy cubicle and write, considering ways to make the approaching Thanksgiving holiday not just another day in this place. In prison, hope faces east; time is measured in wake-ups.Ó Time of Grace is a remarkable book, written with great eloquence by a former science teacher who was incarcerated for twelve years for his sexual liaison with a teenage student. Far more than a Òprison memoir,Ó it is an intimate and revealing look at relationshipsÑwith fellow humans and with the surprising wildlife of the Sonoran Desert, both inside and beyond prison walls. Throughout, Ken Lamberton reflects on human relations as they mimic and defy those of the natural world, whose rhythms calibrate LambertonÕs days and years behind bars. He writes with candor about his life, while observing desert flora and fauna with the insight and enthusiasm of a professional naturalist. While he studies a tarantula digging her way out of the packed earth and observes Mexican freetail bats sailing into the evening sky, Lamberton ruminates on his crime and on the wrenching effects it has had on his wife and three daughters. He writes of his connections with his fellow inmatesÑsome of whom he teaches in prison classesÑand with the guards who control them, sometimes with inexplicable cruelty. And he unflinchingly describes a prison system that has gone horribly wrongÑa system entrapped in a self-created web of secrecy, fear, and lies. This is the final book of LambertonÕs trilogy about the twelve years he spent in prison. Readers of his earlier books will savor this last volume. Those who are only now discovering LambertonÕs distinctive voiceÑpart poet, part scientist, part teacher, and always deeply, achingly humanÑwill feel as if they are making a new friend. Gripping, sobering, and beautifully written, LambertonÕs memoir is an unforgettable exploration of crime, punishment, and the power of the human spirit.

A Time Of Grace

Author : Daniel Donovan
ISBN : 0809131641
Genre : Social Science
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Through narrative and reflection, this book tells the story of one elderly but still active and independent woman who was suddenly incapacitated by a stroke and of how she and her family attempted to cope with her reduced state. The author -- her son -- in order to help her had to learn to deal not only with his own feelings and with his relationship to her but also with a variety of institutions. Positive as well as negative experiences convinced him of the importance of family involvement and the crucial role that health-care professionals are called upon to play in fostering it. In spite of real difficulties, the last year of his mother's life proved to be a time of grace.

Times Of Grace

Author : Nicholas Ayo
ISBN : 0742533948
Genre : Education
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In Signs of Grace (R&L 2001), Nicholas Ayo, C.S.C., described the spaces and places of the Notre Dame campus. Times of Grace is the follow-up to this acclaimed and successful meditation. In four parts divided by season, Times of Grace explores ordinary moments of study and play, quiet times set aside for personal and academic reflection, and official university and Catholic holidays. Days at Notre Dame are filled with unnoticed glory in the punctuating events of each year. Ayo traces through these shared experiences a common thread of community spirit and individual reflection. Visit our website for sample chapters!

Time Of Grace

Author : Clare Harkness
ISBN : 0312136110
Genre : Fiction
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Best friends since their adolescence together in a restrictive convent school, two spirited women with a keen sense of humor look back on their lives, their travels, and their times apart, while sifting through an attic full of memories.

In Tempore Gratiae

Author : Anthony Vento
ISBN : 1365198766
Genre : Philosophy
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Human beings are free and are able to receive God's grace. We should accept the mutual relation between grace and man's freedom, because only a free man can be redeemed. Here we shall analyze debates on human freedom of will in order to prove that it is only by grace through which we can be saved.

Girls Of Grace

Author : Point Of Grace
ISBN : 1439106770
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Point Of Grace launches a new book and tour of the same title to give direction and hope to the next generation of young women. This unique book, designed to help young women grow in their Christian walk, offers practical teaching, personal stories, and biblical insight into the issues that mean the most to teenage girls: faith, family, friends, and boys. Each chapter includes a message from one of the four members of Point Of Grace, a key Scripture, and a special study guide to help teenage girls to learn to find real answers to real-life problems in the Bible. As an added feature, each of the four sections includes fun "outer-beauty tips" and faith-growing "inner-beauty tips." In this important book, Shelley, Heather, Denise, and Terry use their unique position to minister to young women during the difficult teen years. Fun, personal, spiritual, and challenging are just a few of the words that describe this exceptional book. One of the most dynamic forces in contemporary Christian music, Point of Grace boldly reveals their deep concern and devotion to the next generation of young women by launching this tour and writing this book to inspire their millions of admirers.

Through A Time Of Grace

Author : Persatuan Kesusasteraan Sarawak
ISBN : UOM:39015043722688
Genre : History
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Church Dogmatics

Author : Karl Barth
ISBN : 9780567050793
Genre : Education
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Described by Pope Pius XII as the most important theologian since Thomas Aquinas, the Swiss pastor and theologian, Karl Barth, continues to be a major influence on students, scholars and preachers today. Barth's theology found its expression mainly through his closely reasoned fourteen-part magnum opus, Die Kirchliche Dogmatik. Having taken over 30 years to write, the Church Dogmatics is regarded as one of the most important theological works of all time, and represents the pinnacle of Barth's achievement as a theologian. T&T Clark International is now proud to be publishing the only complete English translation of the Church Dogmatics in paperback.

Times Of Sorrow Times Of Grace

Author : Marjorie Saiser
ISBN : 0967714982
Genre : American literature
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Times of Sorrow/Times of Grace: Writing by Women of the Great Plains/High Plains, is a collection of poetry, fiction, and memoir by noted writers from this region including New York Times Best Selling author Mary Pipher, New York Times Noted Author, Jonis Agee, as well as nationally recognized poets Marilyn Krysl, Hilda Raz, and Laurel Speer. Nestled side-by-side with these noted writers are the writings of regionally known poets and writers, and work by writers breaking into print for the first time. This beautiful 350 page-plus perfect-bound anthology, illustrated by Lincoln, Nebraska, artist Jana Harsch, is perfect for Holiday or birthday giving to any reader serious about women writers or Great Plains studies. Vibrant stories, poems and memoir address a wide range of subject matter from immigration in the early 20th century, to romance, family dysfunction, environmental issues, Native American perspectives, coming to terms with the death of a spouse or sibling, abuse, love, and loss. This anthology, published in September 2002, has already been chosen as a text for various literature classes at several colleges and universities in the Midwest, and is available through Book Source in St. Louis. It was edited by Marjorie Saiser, Lisa Sandlin, and Greg Kosmicki.

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