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The Wound And The Dream

Author : Cary Nelson
ISBN : 0252070704
Genre : Literary Criticism
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When the United States and other powers declined to help fight fascist power at the onset of the Spanish Civil War, forty thousand private citizens from fifty-two countries rallied to join the International Brigade's defense of the Spanish Republic. Born out of the struggle between fascism and democracy and considered the first battle of World War II, the Spanish Civil War holds tremendous ideological significance and has inspired a remarkable range of American poetry. The Wound and the Dream represents the sixty-year tradition of American poetic responses to the Spanish Civil War and provides an overview of progressive American poetry as a whole. Four of the featured poets - Alvah Bessie, William Lindsay Gresham, James Neugass, and Edwin Rolfe - were members of the International Brigade. Their poetry appears alongside lesser-known works by some of the greatest American poets of the twentieth century, including Wallace Stevens, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Randall Jarrell, Langston Hughes, and Philip Levine. Cary Nelson's introduction discusses the collective nature of the poems, puts them in their international context, and provides a sturdy framework for interpreting the Spanish C

Dream Pointer

Author : Dr. D. K. Olukoya
ISBN : 9789789201600
Genre : Religion
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Satan is the master of deceit and is still in the business of misleading people. But God says when we call upon Him; he will show us all we need to know. He can guide us through dreams and keep us out of danger. This book teaches us how to wage war against destructive dreams and gives us prayer points that will crush every poverty dream in our lives.

Ireland Sixty Years Ago

Author : John Edward Walsh
ISBN : OXFORD:591026429
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Coleridge On Dreaming

Author : Jennifer Ford
ISBN : 0521583160
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Explores Coleridge's writings on dreams and contemporary poetic, philosophical and scientific debates on the subject.

Sketches Of Ireland Sixty Years Ago

Author : John Edward Walsh
ISBN : UIUC:30112078636351
Genre : Ireland
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Sketches Of Ireland Sixty Years Ago

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Through The Dark Forest

Author : Carolyn Conger
ISBN : 9780698146822
Genre : Self-Help
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It's never too late to transform your life. A practical and deeply healing guide to becoming whole and finding peace during the most difficult time of life When we are confronted with the end of life, we must tackle medical decisions, attend to family and legal matters, and grapple with overwhelming questions such as: How do I manage each day knowing that death is near? What has life up until now meant? What should I do with the time that remains? Carolyn Conger, PhD, has spent thirty years working with people who are imminently facing death. Drawing on her research and experience, Conger shows how we can use active imagination, self-hypnosis, energy medicine, and dreamwork to begin the soul work that can both prepare us for death and enrich our lives. Profound and paradigm-shifting, Through the Dark Forest can help us all transform our lives no matter how long we have to live.

Mungo S Dream

Author : J.I.M. Stewart
ISBN : 9780755148059
Genre : Fiction
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Mungo notices the interest shown by the Cardowers in a Scots boy of uncertain parentage. The story takes on an obvious twist with the usual suspicions and uncertainties; lawyers being called in; and general acrimony, but the final crisis and confrontation is of a surprising nature and an unusual explanation unfolds.

Derby Dreams

Author : Jim Bolus
ISBN : 156554207X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"People in racing have to be dreamers," says Jim Bolus in the beginning of his fourth chronicle of the Kentucky Derby. The Derby itself has been dreamlike in its history. After nearly fading into oblivion at the turn of the century, the Kentucky Derby has grown into a national cultural institution and the premier annual horse race in America, if not the world. The stories about this great race and its participants have grown through the years. They have evolved into both heroic epics and much-maligned tragedies. The author relates the triumphant tale of Regret, the first filly to win the Derby on what was her very first start of the year. He also tells of Riley, who, in spite of a muddy track, won the first Kentucky Derby held in the rain. Some of the shattered Derby dreams are described as well. Included is the story of the tumultuous feud between horse owner Jim T. Williams and jockey Roscoe Troxler, whom Williams accused of throwing the 1911 race. The author entertains and informs with his Kentucky Derby tales of the dreams realized and the dreams never achieved at Churchill Downs.

City Of Dreams

Author : Tyler Anbinder
ISBN : 9780544103856
Genre : History
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"Told brilliantly, even unforgettably ... An American story, one that belongs to all of us." — Boston Globe “A richly textured guide to the history of our immigrant nation’s pinnacle immigrant city has managed to enter the stage during an election season that has resurrected this historically fraught topic in all its fierceness.” — New York Times Book Review New York has been America’s city of immigrants for nearly four centuries. Growing from Peter Minuit’s tiny settlement of 1626 to a clamorous metropolis with more than three million immigrants today, the city has always been a magnet for transplants from all over the globe. City of Dreams is the long-overdue, inspiring, and defining account of New York’s immigrants, both famous and forgotten: the young man from the Caribbean who relocated to New York and became a founding father; Russian-born Emma Goldman, who condoned the murder of American industrialists as a means of aiding downtrodden workers; Dominican immigrant Oscar de la Renta, who dressed first ladies from Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama. Over ten years in the making, Tyler Anbinder’s story is one of innovators and artists, revolutionaries and rioters, staggering deprivation and soaring triumphs. In so many ways, today’s immigrants are just like those who came to America in centuries past—and their stories have never before been told with such breadth of scope, lavish research, and resounding spirit. “A masterful achievement, City of Dreams is the definitive account of the American origin story, as told through our premier metropolis. Bold, exhaustive, always surprising, Anbinder’s book is a wonderful reminder of how we came to be who we are.” — Timothy Egan, best-selling author of The Immortal Irishman

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