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Out Of The Howling Storm

Author : Beidao
ISBN : 0819512109
Genre : Poetry
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Jervey Tervalon's novel about young people in South Central Los Angeles grows out of his experience teaching in a high school there and his pain at the death of one of his favorite students.

Hang Gliding From Helicon

Author : Daniel Hoffman
ISBN : 0807114537
Genre : Poetry
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When Daniel Hoffman published a brief volume of selected poems in England, the Times Literary Supplement praised “his zestful verbal performance, supple use of rhyme and other sound effects” that “make the processes of his writing interesting.” That same vitality and interest inform Hang-Gliding from Helicon, which presents more than forty new poems and a generous selection from six of Hoffman’s previous books. Commenting on the most recent of these in the Southern Review, Monroe K. Spears wrote, “Hoffman’s new volume seems to me to establish his claim to the title of major poet.” In the New Republic, Josephine Jacobsen observed: “Three major strands knit into a strong texture: myth, history, and immediate experience . . . What he once wrote of Robert Graves is true of his own work: both combine ‘A Dionysian compulsion to belief with an Apollonian clarity of presentation.’” In the opening piece of this volume, entitled “The Poem,” Hoffman writes: True to itself, by what craft And strength it has, it has come As a sole survivor returns From the steep pass. Carved on memory’s staff The legend is nearly decipherable. It has lived up to its vows If it endures The journey through the dark places To bear witness, Casting its message In a sort of singing. Hoffman’s poetry is a celebration of life, yet some of his poems have dark implications. “The City of Satisfactions” is a journey into the haunted heart of the American dream. “The Center of Attention” portrays a suicidal man being taunted by a crowd to jump from a bridge, and “Witnesses” explores the aftermath of a car wreck on a desolate stretch of rural highway. Each of Hoffman’s poems represents a striking response to the moments of being alive. Hang-Gliding from Helicon affirms the power of poetry to make possible the acceptance and transformation of life. Daniel Hoffman has given us a remarkable statement of his deep poetic faith.

The Wall Of Storms

Author : Ken Liu
ISBN : 9781481424325
Genre : Fiction
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One of the Time 100 Best Fantasy Books Of All Time In the much-anticipated sequel to the “magnificent fantasy epic” (NPR) Grace of Kings, Emperor Kuni Garu is faced with the invasion of an invincible army in his kingdom and must quickly find a way to defeat the intruders. Kuni Garu, now known as Emperor Ragin, runs the archipelago kingdom of Dara, but struggles to maintain progress while serving the demands of the people and his vision. Then an unexpected invading force from the Lyucu empire in the far distant west comes to the shores of Dara—and chaos results. But Emperor Kuni cannot go and lead his kingdom against the threat himself with his recently healed empire fraying at the seams, so he sends the only people he trusts to be Dara’s savvy and cunning hopes against the invincible invaders: his children, now grown and ready to make their mark on history.

How To Defend Your Lair

Author : Keith Ammann
ISBN : 9781982171377
Genre : Games & Activities
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Defend yourself and protect your assets in a lair that feels as real and alive as your monsters with advice from Keith Ammann, author of The Monsters Know What They’re Doing: Combat Tactics for Dungeon Masters. The world is a dangerous place—especially when you’re up to no good. Whether you’re a rampaging monster, a calculating mastermind, or the current possessor of the Golden MacGuffin, someone’s going to come at you. Probably more than one someone. You can’t know when, but you can choose where. You need to be ready. You need a lair. In How to Defend Your Lair, gamemaster Keith Ammann pulls back the curtain on an underrated but crucial part of any tabletop roleplaying game: the theater of battle. Say goodbye to encounters in randomly generated dungeons and hello to a game in which where the fight takes place is just as important as who is doing the fighting. This book teaches you how to use real-world principles of building security and area defense to create strongholds infused with flavor, informed by narrative, and complex enough to force your players to think strategically. You’ll look at the strengths and weaknesses of both defenders and potential attackers, creating spaces that are strong enough to keep out ordinary intruders...and to provide thrilling challenges to extraordinary ones. Including more than a dozen fleshed-out sample strongholds, How to Defend Your Lair is a crucial resource for any RPG gamemaster who wants to push players to think about how to solve problems before running at them head-on.

Reading Virgil

Author : Virgil
ISBN : 9780521768665
Genre : History
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This book provides all the help that an intermediate Latin learner will need to read the first two books of the Aeneid.

Frankenstorm

Author : Ray Garton
ISBN : 9780786034086
Genre : Fiction
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"Remember when paperback originals were cool? Sex, action, suspense? Try FRANKENSTORM. It's old school." —Stephen King A storm of epic proportions is brewing off the coast of northern California. Residents have been warned to prepare for disaster. It's a false hope in the face of what's coming. . . Frankenstorm In a secret government lab, virologist Fara McManus tries to stop an experiment out of control—before more human subjects are infected. But in a blazing hail of bullets, survivalist Ollie Monk launches a paramilitary attack on the lab, releasing the infected into the night. And as the nightmare escalates to a fever pitch, internet blogger Ivan Renner traces the destruction as it claims more victims, beginning with a single mother unknowingly spreading the virus. A father and son, held hostage by a lunatic. A local sheriff, single-handedly fighting madness, murder, and worse. No one will find shelter from this storm. Praise For Ray Garton "Gripping, original, and sly."—Dean Koontz on Live Girls "Garton will scare you."—Fangoria Includes Ray Garton's bonus story "The Guy Down the Street"

When Love Sorrow Embrace

Author : Beth Forbus
ISBN : 9781600340994
Genre : Family & Relationships
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When Love & Sorrow Embrace offers Biblical encouragement to parents grieving a miscarriage. Based on beloved Biblical encounters with God Himself, readers find hope, encouragement and healing.

Stormdancer

Author : Jay Kristoff
ISBN : 9780230764972
Genre : Fiction
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One girl and a griffin against an empire: A dying land. The Shima Imperium verges on collapse. Land and sky have been poisoned by clockwork industrialization, the Lotus Guild oppresses the populace and the nation’s Shogun is lost to his thirst for power. An impossible quest. Yukiko and her warrior father are forced to hunt down a griffin at the Shogun’s command. But any fool knows griffins are extinct – and death will be the price of failure. A hidden gift. Disaster strikes and Yukiko is stranded in the wilderness with a fabled griffin, now furious and crippled. Although she hears his thoughts and saved his life, Yukiko knows he’d rather see her dead than help her. And discovery of the talent allowing them to communicate would mean her execution. Yet together, the pair will form an indomitable bond, and rise to challenge an empire. Set in steampunk Japan, Jay Kristoff's Stormdancer is full of mythic creatures, demons and Gods, and a strong female protagonist. Continue the Lotus War Trilogy with Kinslayer and Endsinger.

The Machine In The Garden

Author : Leo Marx
ISBN : 019513351X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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By examining the difference between pastoral and progressive ideals that characterised early 20th century American culture, the author shows how American thinkers have considered the relationship between technology and culture in their writings.

Rhymes Atween Times

Author : Thomas MacKellar
ISBN : HARVARD:HN82M4
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Harper S New Monthly Magazine

Author : Henry Mills Alden
ISBN : UCBK:B000541511
Genre : American literature
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Harper S New Monthly Magazine

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ISBN : UCR:31210015289265
Genre : American literature
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Compilation Of Narratives Of Explorations In Alaska

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs
ISBN : UOM:39015008858295
Genre : Alaska
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The Dayspring

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ISBN : OXFORD:555009651
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The Gnomes Of The Saline Mountains A Fantastic Narrative

Author : Anna Goldmark Gross
ISBN : 9781465602220
Genre : American fiction
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Diprose S Standard Song Book And Reciter Comic And Sentimental

Author : John Diprose
ISBN : BL:A0017814361
Genre : Recitations
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Immortals

Author : Gardner Dozois
ISBN : 9781625791139
Genre : Fiction
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Eight timeless tales of life everlastingã Some see it as the ultimate blessing, others as an intolerable curse. Tempting or terrifying, the idea of immortality has inspired creative souls for thousands of years. In this brilliant collection, some of today's most ingeniously imaginative writers deal with the entrancing theme of eternal possibilities. Features Thomas M. Disch, Jack Vance, Brian W. Aldiss, Greg Egan, Damon Knight, Brian Stableford, Robert Silverberg, and Clifford D. Simak. _Learning to Be MeÓ by Greg Egan _Grotto of the Dancing DeerÓ by Clifford D. Simak _Child of All AgesÓ by P. J. Plauger _The Worm That FliesÓ by Brian W. Aldiss _The SecretÓ by Jack Vance _The Dying ManÓ by Damon Knight _Death Do Us PartÓ by Robert Silverberg _Mortimer Grays History of DeathÓ by Brian Stableford At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

Magazine Of Wit And American Harmonist

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ISBN : NYPL:33433074818208
Genre : American wit and humor
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The Flying Halcyon

Author : Richard Savage
ISBN : HARVARD:HXDN6N
Genre : Detective and mystery stories
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Reclaiming The Canon

Author : Herman L. Sinaiko
ISBN : 0300146175
Genre : Philosophy
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Herman Sinaiko is renowned for his gifts as a guide to exploring and appreciating the humanities. This book brings to general readers Sinaiko’s thoughts on, and invitations to read or reread, a wide selection of major literary and philosophical works—from ancient Greek to Chinese to modern. Taking a conversational approach, he deals with the perennial questions that thinking people have always raised, and investigates how works of great art may provide answers to these questions. Sinaiko reestablishes the notion that there is a canon of great works from the great traditions of the world and argues for the existence of permanent standards of excellence. He rejects most contemporary critical views of classical literature and philosophy, including those of "experts" who seek to monopolize access to great works, academics whose extreme emphasis on historical context disallows any current relevance, and theorists whose lenses distort with personal bias rather than sharpening focus on the works they discuss. Sinaiko reclaims the canon for all of us, opening up discussion on texts ranging from Plato to Tolstoy, Confucius to Mary Shelley, and encouraging each reader to listen and respond to the rich diversity of powerful views on the human condition that such great works offer.

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