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The Land Of Far Beyond

Author : Enid Blyton
ISBN : 9781444932843
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A beautiful cloth-bound gift edition of Enid Blyton's The Land of Far Beyond - a retelling of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. A classic adventure of good versus evil, this book will never be forgotten by the children who read it. Peter, Anna and Patience live in the City of Turmoil, a noisy, dirty place where children can do whatever they like. It's all fun and games until they discover the heavy burdens they carry in their hearts from behaving so badly. The only way they can get rid of their burdens is by travelling to the Land of Far Beyond, a distant land that is found by taking a long, difficult path full of people who tempt them to lose their way. This beautiful cloth-bound hardback contains the original text first published in 1942.

Far Beyond Forever

Author : Stephen M. Taylor
ISBN : 1452078335
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A true story of love and fidelity. Far Beyond Forever is a compilation of twenty-five years of letters exchanged between a man and a woman habitually separated by forces beyond their control. It is filled with love, anger, humor, sorrow and the gamut of emotions, as they strive to maintain their love across the miles...until the final separation.

Far Beyond The Dead End

Author : Saikat Baksi
ISBN : 9789382665120
Genre : Fiction
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They called it the ‘mound of dead’. In other words, Mohenjo-Daro! But beneath those layers of ruin, once flourished a town pulsating with life. There lived Koli with her enigmatic charm, Sindhu with an eyeful of dreams, Girad with his raging passion, the decrepit priest prophesying the doom, and many others. They loved, hated and chased their fixations in manic rage. A series of mysterious deaths ensued from such frenetic hunt for lust, riches and glory. Yet, the inexorable game of destruction did not cease to play, until… they ventured Far Beyond the Dead End... only to be discovered under a heap of rubble four thousand years later.

The Cambridge Companion To Bunyan

Author : Anne Dunan-Page
ISBN : 9780521733083
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A comprehensive introduction to Bunyan's life and works, examining their place in the broader context of seventeenth-century history and literature.

The Land Beyond

Author : Atle Grahl-Madsen
ISBN : 9041114939
Genre : Law
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The Land We Love

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ISBN : UOM:39015065989959
Genre : American literature
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Ceylon The Land Of Eternal Charm

Author : Ali Foad Toulba
ISBN : 8120614941
Genre : Sri Lanka
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The Land Is The Source Of The Law

Author : C.F. Black
ISBN : 9781136919732
Genre : Law
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The Land is the Source of Law brings an inter-jurisdictional dimension to the field of indigenous jurisprudence: comparing Indigenous legal regimes in New Zealand, the USA and Australia, it offers a ‘dialogical encounter with an Indigenous jurisprudence’ in which individuals are characterised by their rights and responsibilities into the Land. Though a relatively "new" field, indigenous jurisprudence is the product of the oldest continuous legal system in the world. Utilising a range of texts – films, novels, poetry, as well as "law stories" CF Black blends legality and narrative in order to redefine jurisprudentia in indigenous terms. This re-definition gives shape to the jurisprudential framework of the book: a shape that is not just abstract, but physical and metaphysical; a shape that is circular and concentric at the same time. The outer circle is the cosmology, so that the human never forgets that they are inside a universe – a universe that has a law. This law is found in the second circle which, whilst resembling the ancient Greek law of physis is a law based on relationship. This is a relationship that orders the placing of the individual in the innermost circle, and which structures their rights and responsibilities into the land. The jurisprudential texts which inform the theoretical framework of this book bring to our attention the urgent message that the Djang (primordial energy) is out of balance, and that the rebalancing of that Djang is up to the individual through their lawful behaviour, a behaviour which patterns them back into land. Thus, The Land is the Source of the Law concludes not only with a diagnosis of the cause of climate change, but a prescription which offers an alternative legal approach to global health.

The Land Of Israel

Author : Henry Baker Tristram
ISBN : 9781108042055
Genre : History
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Ornithologist and clergyman H. B. Tristram's account, published in 1865, of Palestine illuminates the contemporary relationship between religion and the natural sciences.

Far Beyond The Field

Author : Makoto Ueda
ISBN : 9780231502795
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Far Beyond the Field is a first-of-its-kind anthology of haiku by Japanese women, collecting translations of four hundred haiku written by twenty poets from the seventeenth century to the present. By arranging the poems chronologically, Makoto Ueda has created an overview of the way in which this enigmatic seventeen-syllable form has been used and experimented with during different eras. At the same time, the reader is admitted to the often marginalized world of female experience in Japan, revealing voices every bit as rich and colorful, and perhaps even more lyrical and erotic, than those found in male haiku. Listen, for instance, to Chiyojo, who worked in what has been long thought of as the dark age of haiku during the eighteenth century, but who composed exquisitely fine poems tracing the smallest workings of nature. Or Katsuro Nobuko, who wrote powerfully erotic poems when she was widowed after only two years of marriage. And here, too, is a voice from today, Mayuzumi Madoka, whose meditations on romantic love represent a fresh new approach to haiku.

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