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Author : Joan Maxwell
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Author : Norma Bowles
ISBN : STANFORD:36105037187031
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Joan Maxwell

Author : Harvey Rempel
ISBN : 144156733X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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David Malouf S Remembering Babylon

Author : Joan Maxwell
ISBN : 1864410078
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The Secret Life Of Glenn Gould

Author : Michael Clarkson
ISBN : 9781554906819
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Through the memories of his women and confidantes, this biography provides a fresh portrait of virtuoso pianist Glenn Gould, detailing his many motivations, dreams, quirks, and fears. Filled with personal stories from the people who were intimately involved with the man, this account shows how Gould, the worlds greatest pianist in the 1950s and 1960s, was richly inspired by, and bared his soul at the keyboard to, the numerous women who stirred his hard-to-fetch emotions. Long considered to be an asexual, lonely, and egocentric figure, this exposeby examining the details about Goulds many love affairs and how they affected his life, music, and filmmakingpresents a unique perspective on one of the most enigmatic artists of the 20th century.


Author : Joan Maxwell
ISBN : OCLC:12321708
Genre : Philanthropists
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From The Cradle To The Grave

Author : Michael Kaye
ISBN : 0595803423
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Intriguing, poignant and compelling, From the Cradle to the Grave is the story of identical twin girls, born in the dirt-poor town of Mission Gulch, Tennessee and destined to live vastly different lives. Harshly separated at birth, Anne is adopted by a wealthy Connecticut couple, while Ronnie is left to grow and survive in the squalor and abuse of poverty. After years of betrayal and unhappiness, Ronnie discovers her sibling's existence and determines to seek out her long lost sister. Anne, now happily married to Mark, and the mother of their beloved six-year-old daughter, Rachel, remains unaware of her twin's existence. The novel's chapters alternate, each telling a different story. Anne's husband Mark's tale is one of discovery. The parallel story documents Ronnie's life, leading her to the realization she may never have the loving family she craves unless she wills her own destiny into being putting Ronnie and Mark on a collision course that will change all their lives forever. Different environments; the same genetics identical twins or not?

Opera Viva

Author : Ezra Schabas
ISBN : 9781770700970
Genre : Music
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It started with a festival - three classic operas performed in a theatre in Toronto. But when it became apparent that there was a need for a national opera company, an organization was founded that would go on to become one of the largest performing arts organizations in the country. The Canadian Opera Company was born in 1950, and is now one of the major opera companies in North America. The Company has toured extensively throughout Canada and the United States, and has delighted audiences as far away as Australia and Hong Kong, all the while finding the time to record frequently and develop special operatic presentations for children. More than just a group of performers, the COC also provides a training program for young professional singers, and a series of commissions of new works from both up-and-coming and established composers. Opera Viva is a history of the Company, but it is more than that: it is also a history of Canada’s cultural growth in the second half of the twentieth century, a time when the Canadian Opera Company became central to Canada’s musical life. As the story of the Company unfolds, the figures and personalities that were integral to the building of this landmark of Canadian culture are brought to life.

The Scottish Covenanter Genealogical Index 1630 1712

Author : Isabelle MacLean
ISBN : 9781462081820
Genre : History
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This work evolved out of a love for my ancestors, one being John Whitelaw, the Covenanter Monkland Martyr, who was executed for his religious beliefs in Edinburgh, 1683. While searching for his records I came across reference to thousands of other Scottish Covenanters. This Index lists those Covenanters found in some books written about the period between 1630 and 1712.There are many, many more Covenanters, whose names need to be added to this work, and, God willing, I will do it. The Covenanters were steadfast in their Presbyterian beliefs and refused to take an oath unto the King stating that he was the head of the church. They believed that Christ was the Head of the Church and their loyalty to this belief allowed them to lay their lives down for it. The Royalists and Dragoons, who were seeking to bring them into obedience to the King, relentlessly chased the Covenanters from glen to glen. This disregard for their civil rights was brutally carried out basically in the Lowlands of Scotland. Many of their records were destroyed along with their lives and their stories only live in family lore and books that were written about them. I have extracted some of their names and created The Scottish Covenanter Genealogical Index, which is by no means complete, but is a work in progress.

Soul Support Spiritual Encounters At Life S End

Author : Joan Paddock Maxwell
ISBN : 9781498244534
Genre : Religion
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A young dancer's last hope--a bone marrow transplant--has failed. A homeless man, in the final stages of AIDS, refuses to speak. A newly retired woman has just received a terminal diagnosis and is wailing in despair. What can we learn about death, dying, and the human spirit as we journey with a hospital chaplain into sickrooms like these? Soul Support tells true stories of people coming to terms--or not--with their final days. It offers intimate, behind-the-scenes accounts of the many ways patients, their families and friends, and hospital staff all deal with death and dying. It speaks to readers reflecting on their own mortality or the life-threatening illness of a loved one, and tells of the sometimes-astonishing events that can occur when people are in their last hours of life. The book tells not only their stories, but also the chaplain's. It relates how she listened and learned and stumbled and grew. Soul Support speaks to believers and nonbelievers alike, providing information, inspiration, and hope.

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