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Hopeful Thoughts Fearful Dreams

Author : P. J. Lumsden
ISBN : 9781984593306
Genre : Poetry
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In this original and evocative collection of poetry, P. J.Lumsden identifi es emotional icons and elevates them to a high emotional plane, he expresses his own feelings towards the hopes, fears, dreams and needs of mankind, and towards man’s selfi shness, yet also his unconquered devotion.

Hopeful Thoughts Fearful Dreams

Author : P. J. Lumsden
ISBN : 1456884018
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In this original and evocative collection of poetry, P. J.Lumsden identifi es emotional icons and elevates them to a high emotional plane, he expresses his own feelings towards the hopes, fears, dreams and needs of mankind, and towards man's selfi shness, yet also his unconquered devotion.

A Dream Transformed

Author : Barbara Beck Lovelace
ISBN : 9781098031701
Genre : Fiction
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Can a gifted and single-minded young Irish woman find a way to trust God as she pursues a cherished dream among the distractions and lawlessness of 1892 New York City, or will she be caught in the vortex of the evil that stalks her? Seventeen-year-old Stella Manning already knows her life's purpose: to perform the dramatic spoken art of elocution on the stage. But her dream is shattered and pushed aside by her father's dream instead, sweeping her away from her beloved Dublin to brawny, bold, and dangerous New York City. As Stella steps into the pulsating disorder of a sprawling metropolis-crazily racing toward a new century-she wonders how she can possibly find her way, and her place, in this new and overwhelming world. Is her dream lost forever? Tom Kane, also seeking to achieve a dream, shares his journey with his new friend Stella and finds himself loving her more each day. But does Stella have room in her heart, filled with resentment and ambition, for a godly man? Will their dreams collide, or find a way forward together, amid a life-threatening plot that soon includes Stella? Stella's search for her dream reveals the exciting and vibrant world of nineteenth-century elocution-a performance art form now vanished. And her journey will lead her to either love and a growing faith or to a deadly fate.

Well Tended

Author : Robert Jack
ISBN : 9781512794359
Genre : Fiction
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Young orphaned Carrie Marie, angry at God for her mothers death, imagines her exodus to her celestial city, Los Angeles. Both a dreamer and doer her simple, one road, three-day journey to freedom, becomes a reality. Convinced her liberation lies in riches, fame and a law degree, her expectations control her every emotion, her every action. Her fresh journey is quickly detoured. Like a pilgrim on the Kings highway, she fights to maintain her forward momentum, focused on her expectations but continually slammed back. Carries failures become faith setbacks and reasons to deepen her anger at God. Along with her unintentional way, the attractiveness of evil calls to her with all that she thirsts after, while the hand of the Master Gardner tends to her for a prophetic future. Married with children, her talents soar, and fame surges. Increasing to the pinnacle of her success, past choices, present-day anger, and her unfulfilled expectations force her full circle until, at the powerful River under the bridge, once Carries hallowed God spot, good and evil face off. A battle of titans. Carries inspirational story now in jeopardy. Will she trade her life, for a life, will she give in and give up saving her daughter? The kingdom stands still in anticipation of the God that she will serve.

The Upsc Odyssey Daring To Dream An Ias Officer

Author : Priyabhishek Sharma
ISBN : 9781647607555
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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This is the thrilling story of an IAS aspirant whose journey began in the humble settings of a modest village. The story runs through four crisscrossing streams. First, is an ambitious but reluctant youth embarking on a journey to achieve the unimaginable. Second, is a vulnerable human being hanging between the contrasting pulls of choice and destiny. The third stream is a silent student of the book called life, where in the course of this odyssey, some invaluable and timeless lessons of wisdom dawn on the traveller. The fourth stream is that of an experiential guide and master who has insightful lessons to share with his fellow travellers and their guardians. The narrative has a universal appeal, resonating with the quest of all who dare to dream and desire to achieve.

The Impersonality Of Shakespeare

Author : Edward George Harman
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The author feels that literary criticism cannot ignore history & that historical research & writing cannot ignore literature, because literature often reflects historical events. On the basis of this duality, Mr. Harman has combined historical research with literary research to produce a valuable analysis of the Shakespearean era & of Shakespeare himself.

The Poems Of Sir Walter Raleigh

Author : Walter Raleigh
ISBN : 9785878650540
Genre : History
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The Poems of Sir Walter Raleigh. Collected and Authenticated, with Those of Sir Henry Wotton and Other Courtly Poets from 1540 to 1650.

The Poems Of Sir Walter Raleigh Collected And Authenticated With Those Of Sir Henry Wotton And Other Courtly Poets From 1540 To 1650 Ed With An Intr And Notes By J Hannah

Author : sir Walter Ralegh
ISBN : OXFORD:600085125
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The Courtly Poets From Raleigh To Montrose

Author : Sir Walter Raleigh
ISBN : UOM:39015030768678
Genre : English poetry
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Renaissance Literature

Author : John C. Hunter
ISBN : 9781405150477
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This extensively revised anthology makes available the most important poetry and prose from the period between the accession of Henry VIII in 1509 and the English Revolution of 1640. Responding to the broadening of the canon in recent years, it balances the work of familiar Renaissance figures with important texts by women writers, supported by helpful introductions and annotations. A new edition of this popular anthology, which includes many writings from women and from lesser-known writers, alongside established Renaissance figures Includes work by prominent writers of the period, such as such as Spenser, Shakespeare, and Donne, alongside important texts by women, including Queen Elizabeth I, Lady Mary Wroth, and Elizabeth Cary Brings together a variety of key works of the period, along with introductions and annotations to the texts, reflecting developments in critical and cultural theory and the latest Renaissance scholarship Extensively revised, corrected, and expanded to increase the level of annotation, and to make the volume more user-friendly Now includes a thematic table of contents and timeline, and a substantially expanded introduction to enable students to consider entries more easily in the social, cultural, and historical context of the period

The Poems Of Sir Walter Raleigh

Author : Sir Walter Raleigh
ISBN : HARVARD:32044004393856
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The Poems Of Sir Walter Raleigh Collected And Authenticated With Those Of Sir Henry Wotton And Other Courtly Poets From 1540 To 1650

Author : Sir Walter Raleigh
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The Courtly Poets From Raleigh To Montrose Edited By J H

Author : John HANNAH (Archdeacon of Lewes.)
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Happiest Mom On The Block

Author : Katerina Mayants
ISBN : 9781504369176
Genre : Self-Help
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A memoir of a wife and mother of four who shares her biggest struggles and breakthroughs in parenting, marital strife and more importantly understanding of her soul purpose. Everything was perfect when she met the love of her life and gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. Until one day, a terminal cancer diagnosis of her daughter left her childless and suicidal. Shortly after losing her daughter, she lost her job, her friends and almost lost her marriage to infidelity. After hitting rock bottom, she was compelled to sets sail on a journey to discovering the meaning of life and blessings of tragedies. Along her journey she discovers the biggest eye opening, paradigm shattering secrets to true happiness and bliss. She was finally able to bask in the light that was once at the end of a very long, very dark tunnel. Giving birth to three more children she shares her biggest secrets to raising happy, respectful and loving children who adore life in the same way she does. This book is a compilation of thousands of hours of research and experiences that will leave the reader with a deeper understanding of the privilege of motherhood, the secrets to a satisfying marriage and the gift of discovering who you really are so that you too can be the happiest mom on the block!

Dreams

Author : Tree Carr
ISBN : 9781783253098
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Discover how to create your own dream practice to help facilitate your work and relationships, self-exploration, soul growth, emotional healing and personal empowerment. Human beings have a long history of looking to their dreams for guidance, inspiration, spiritual connection and decision making. Kings consulted seers and gifted dreamers for political advice, and tribe leaders took heed from the prophetic dreams of their shamans. Dreams have led to inventions and scientific discoveries as well as the creation of moving works of art. So why is the modern human so disconnected from our dreams? Our quiet, reflective consciousness has been superseded by the busy, noisy and distractive components of modern culture. Dreams will teach you how, through simple intent, mindfulness, reflection, record keeping, plant work and lifestyle changes, we can enable a deeper connectivity and understanding of our dream world.

Mad Wives And Island Dreams

Author : Philip Gabriel
ISBN : 9780824863432
Genre : Literary Collections
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Hailed by the noted critic Karatani Kojin as a more important and lasting writer than Mishima, Shimao Toshio (1917-1986) remains almost unknown in the West. Several of his short stories have appeared in English translation, yet it is only now, with the publication of Philip Gabriel's comprehensive and searching study, that Shimao's work is being introduced to the worldwide audience it deserves. Mad Wives and Island Dreams not only is a thorough assessment of the literary legacy of a highly original and influential writer, but also represents a significant contribution to the consideration of much broader issues relating to the emergence and nature of the postwar Japanese sense of identity. Shimao's fiction covers a wide range of topics: the war and its aftermath, the unconscious, the nuclear family, madness, the position of women, the culture of Japan's southern islands. Shimao's experiences as a survivor of a "kamikaze" unit underscore much of his literature and resulted in a series of compelling short stories unique in modern fiction. Many of these early, critically acclaimed works, including the classic "Everyday Life in a Dream," are based on the narrative logic of the unconscious. Mad Wives and Island Dreams contextualizes these "dream stories" as a literary expression of wartime trauma and argues that Shimao's powerful narration of guilt and victimization challenges standard readings of Japanese war literature. Shimao's most popular works are the byosaimono (literally "stories of a sick wife"), which chronicle the real-life crisis of his wife's madness in the mid-1950s. Among these is the writer's best-known work, the 1977 novel Shi no toge (The sting of death), widely recognized as one of the masterpieces of Japanese literature. The novel further explores Shimao's "literature of the victimizer" and wartime experience while revealing a feminist perspective that explores links between the suppressed aspirations of women and madness. Perhaps, most importantly, just as the novel examines the relationship between the wife, Miho, and her southern island roots, Shi no toge parallels Shimao's growing concern over the culture of marginalized regions and notions of cultural diversity-a concern that would eventually result in the Yaponesia essays. In Mad Wives and Island Dreams, Gabriel succeeds in linking all of the seemingly disparate strands within Shimao's oeuvre--the war stories, the byosaimono, the dream stories, the Yaponesia writings-categories all too often discussed in isolation. He shows convincingly that together they represent a consistent and concerted attempt to depict the existence of "the Other," the significant periphery of a less than homogenous whole. This volume will prove fascinating and important reading for those interested in questions of cultural identity and marginalization as well as Japanese literature and culture.

Fulfilling Your Destiny

Author : Casandra Matthews
ISBN : 9781468523676
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Fulfilling Your Destiny Reveals the secret of how to win in the real world against the odds - Finding life's purpose in the middle of life's struggles - Solving life's problems with intuition - Understanding the body, mind and spirit connection - Overcoming "impossible" outer situations with inner power Understanding the connection between the body, mind and spirit is the key to solving life problems. A quiet mind and an open heart unlock the inner wisdom of intuition, the language of the spirit. Only then do dreams come true.

What If

Author : Beni Johnson
ISBN : 9780768487756
Genre : Religion
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A World of Possibilities! Trusting God to fulfill all your “What ifs” and beyond. What if you… fulfilled your dreams? weren’t afraid? needed healing and received it? believed in yourself and partnered with your amazing God? could learn to live out of your passion? And what if you lived in the Kingdom of God, which means you live in righteousness, peace, and joy—it’s true! You can be enjoying a life of joy in the Lord, peace in the Holy Spirit, and the righteousness of Jesus Christ, your personal Savior. for the kingdom of God is not eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit (Romans 14:17). Today you can join your “What ifs” with God’s love and anointing—and you will be amazed at what the two of you can do together!

Walking On The Edge Of The Sword Diary Of A Soldier S Wife

Author : Sangeeta Shende Kadam
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In 1998, my husband got posted in Kashmir, The terrorist hub; where life is a mere toy. I went to Srinagar for summer vacation and the Kargil war broke. A hair-raiser account of an army wife's life. The nation is so very ignorant about her life. It is high time to let them know. Yes! It is the story of every army wife who goes through nightmares. Her fate has been written by the blood of her soldier husband. Her husband's olive green vardi is synonymous with a kafan. And we army wives not only have to accept this bitter truth but also live with it forever. Their sacrifice and suffering cannot be compared to anything.

Mermaid Rising

Author : C. L. Savage
ISBN : 9780990925804
Genre : Fiction
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It was the quiet after the storm. I sat up in bed - what had awakened me? I tried to sit still to listen, but my heart was pounding. Throwing off the covers I turned to look out at the rising moon shining brilliantly through the departing storm clouds, its silver lighting up my room. Goosebumps rose on my arms and I tried to rub them down. At the gym pool, I peered down from the diving board, watching as the rising moon cast its light upon the water. Moonlight trailed into the water and bubbles began to rise from the bottom, the pool thrilling to the moonlight as its water called to me. Caught up in the moonlight’s song, I dove in an arc into the still waters, shattering the moon’s reflection. Blissful waters greeted me, calling to me as one of its own. It was a thrilling experience as instead of the expected pool bottom, a sparkling undersea vista welcomed me.

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