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Aurora: a Child of Two Worlds

Aurora: a Child of Two Worlds Author : David A. Hardy
Release : 2003-08-01
Publisher : Wildside Press LLC
ISBN : 1592242014
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Who was the mysterious stranger who helped injured Londoners during the Blitz -- and then vanished? Who was the beautiful blonde girl who blazed like a supernova on the 1970s psychedelic rock scene for a few weeks -- and then vanished? How could an astronaut have reached Mars decades before the first manned expedition to the planet finds her body there? Have all humanity's dreams of a majestic ancient Martian civilization been more than just dreams? Is the future of the human race at stake? In the grand tradition of Arthur C. Clarke, a stunning hard sf novel -- the first from internationally known astronomical artist David A. Hardy.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning's 'Aurora Leigh'

Elizabeth Barrett Browning's 'Aurora Leigh' Author : Michele C Martinez
Release : 2012-04-12
Publisher : Edinburgh University Press
ISBN : 0748654437
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Elizabeth Barrett-Browning's ambitious and challenging epic, 'Aurora Leigh' is illuminated for twenty-first century readers by Michele C. Martinez's Reading Guide. A clear commentary on core sections of the poem, as well as a range of interpretative frame


Release : 2016-12-19
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ISBN : 132687473X
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"Aurora" is the second major collection of poetry written by Andrew Blakemore. It contains 423 new works in total. Originally published in 2009 by Authorhouse, this edition has been revised and edited.

Haunted Childhoods in George MacDonald

Haunted Childhoods in George MacDonald Author : John Patrick Pazdziora
Release : 2020-08-25
Publisher : BRILL
ISBN : 9004420614
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Haunted Childhoods in George MacDonald reconsiders the nature of death and divine love in the stories of one of Scotland’s most slyly subversive writers for children.

Aurora (Morgen Röte im auffgang, 1612) and Fundamental Report (Gründlicher Bericht, Mysterium Pansophicum, 1620)

Aurora (Morgen Röte im auffgang, 1612) and Fundamental Report (Gründlicher Bericht, Mysterium Pansophicum, 1620) Author : Andrew Weeks
Release : 2013-11-29
Publisher : BRILL
ISBN : 9004225684
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Jacob Boehme’s beautiful and influential Aurora (1612) with an English translation opposite its source. Commentary on themes and concepts sheds light on the work and its impact on poetry, philosophy, and mystical religion. The volume includes Boehme's Fundamental Report (1620).

Aurora Leigh

Aurora Leigh Author : Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Release : 1864
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Aurora Leigh

Aurora Leigh Author : Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Release : 2020-08-04
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN : 3752407743
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Reproduction of the original: Aurora Leigh by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

The Christian Tradition in English Literature

The Christian Tradition in English Literature Author : Paul Cavill
Release : 2009-08-30
Publisher : Zondervan Academic
ISBN : 0310861357
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Features:• Wide chronological coverage of English literature, especially texts found in the Norton, Oxford, Blackwell and other standard anthologies• Short, punchy essays that engage with the texts, the critics, and literary and social issues• Background and survey articles• Glossaries of Bible themes, images and narratives• Annotated bibliography and questions for class discussion or personal reflection• Scholarly yet accessible, jargon-free approach – ideal for school and university students, book groups and general readersCreated for readers who may be unfamiliar with the Bible, church history or theological development, it offers an understanding of Christianity’s key concepts, themes, images and characters as they relate to English literature up to the present day.

Writing for Immortality

Writing for Immortality Author : Anne E. Boyd
Release : 2004-06-28
Publisher : JHU Press
ISBN : 0801878756
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Combining literary criticism and cultural history the author studies the lives and works of four nineteenth century American women writers Louisa May Alcott, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Elizabeth Stoddard, and Constance Fenimore Woolson who sought recognition as serious literary authors by redrawing the boundaries between the male and female literary spheres and between American and British literary traditions.

Colorado's Sanctuaries, Retreats, and Sacred Places

Colorado's Sanctuaries, Retreats, and Sacred Places Author : Jean Torkelson
Release : 2001
Publisher : Big Earth Publishing
ISBN : 9781565793903
File Size : 75.22 MB
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From camp-like mountain retreats to urban sanctuaries to remote enclaves of miraculous natural beauty, this guidebook catalogs nearly 100 of the state's best sites for soul-searching through informative descriptions and full-color photographs. Photos.


Aurora Author : Marcelle R. Wilson
Release : 2007-07-18
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
ISBN : 1439618712
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Located in northeastern Ohio, Aurora began as part of the Connecticut Western Reserve and drew many of its first settlers from New England. The city was founded in 1799, with its residents making their living from hunting, farming, and milling. As settlers cleared the land, planted their crops, and raised their animals, they retained their New England heritage, reflected in the many "century homes" found in the town. The area remained largely rural until the mid-20th century, with dairy farmers shipping cheese all over the country and to Europe from 1850 to 1910. Aurora has served as a bedroom community from the 1900s to the 1960s, and Geauga Lake has been a vacation destination since the 1860s. Currently Aurora retains much of its rural charm with Audubon lands, nature reserves, and many lakes and wetlands.


Aurora Author : Ellene Pomerantz
Release : 2001-11-09
Publisher : AuthorHouse
ISBN : 0759633274
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This is a half-fiction, half-autobiography of one man's attempt to find himself after the breakup of his marriage, the loss of his job and various other social stressors. The readers I invited to travel with the wanderer, Larry Livingston, as he seeks to find someone and some place to call his own and learns the lessons that are so painfully realized and the conflicts between following your heart and meeting your responsibilities.

Peterson's Magazine

Peterson's Magazine Author :
Release : 1853
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The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations

The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations Author : Oxford University Press
Release : 1999
Publisher : Oxford [England] : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780198601739
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More than twenty thousand quotations from every era and location are combined in a comprehensive reference that also encompasses details of the earliest traceable source, birth and death dates, and career briefs for each entry, as well as a thematic and k

Benjamin Franklin Bache and the Philadelphia Aurora

Benjamin Franklin Bache and the Philadelphia Aurora Author : James Tagg
Release : 1991
Publisher : Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press
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This is the first modern biography of Benjamin Franklin Bache, the grandson of Benjamin Franklin. Between the turbulent years of 1793 and 1798, Bache was the young nation's leading political journalist and a sharp critic of the Federalists and their policies. As editor of the most important radical newspaper of the 1790s, he lived at the center of most of the political storms of that decade. He defended the Democratic Societies as the earliest vehicles of public opinion; he strenuously opposed the ratification of the Jay Treaty, the central political event of the decade; he led and orchestrated the attack on George Washington in an attempt to curb growing executive authority; and his defense of French policies contributed to the sedition crisis of 1798. A primary target of the Federalist-sponsored Sedition Act, he was indicted for federal common law seditious libel before that act took effect. In 1798, at the height of the political hysteria, Bache died of yellow fever at the age of twenty-nine. Like Thomas Paine, to whom Bache was personally and ideologically connected, Bache was not a product of Whig Oppositionist or classical republican ideology. Yet neither was he an inheritor of a more thoroughly modem liberal ideal. Committed to rational self -interest, he promoted a civic vision and only partially embraced the newer world of nascent capitalism. James Tagg establishes the ideological and psychological framework of Bache's later radicalism by carefully examining Bache's childhood at Passy with his grandfather, his education in Geneva, and his adolescence in Philadelphia. Benjamin Franklin Bache and the Philadelphia Aurora will interest scholars and students of American history.

God in the Street

God in the Street Author : Hans Bergmann
Release : 1995
Publisher : Temple University Press
ISBN : 9781566393584
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In the fast changing culture of antebellum New York, writers of every stripe celebrated "the City" as a stage for the daily urban encounter between the familiar and the inexplicable. Probing into these richly varied texts, Hans Bergmann uncovers the innovations in writing that accompanied the new market society— the penny newspapers' grandiose boastings, the poetic catalogues of Walt Whitman, the sentimental realism of charity workers, the sensationalism of slum visitors, and the complex urban encounters of Herman Melville's fiction. The period in which New York, the city itself, became firmly established as a subject invented a literary form that attempts to capture the variety of the teeming city and theflaneur, the walking observer. But Bergmann does not simply lead a parade of images and themes; he explores the ways in which these observers understood what was happening around them and to them, always attentive to class struggle and race and gender issues.God in the Streetshows how the penny press and Whitman's New York poetry create a new mass culture hero who interprets and dignifies the city's confusions. New York writers, both serious and sensationalist, meditate upon street encounters with tricksters and confidence-men and explore the meanings of encounters. Melville's "Bartleby, the Scrinever" underlines the unrelenting isolation and inability to control the interpreter. Bergmann reinterprets Melville'sThe Confidence Manas an example of how a complex literary form arises directly from its own historical materials and is itself socially symbolic. Bergmann sees Melville as special because he recognizes his inability to make sense of the surface of chaotic images and encounters. In mid-century New York City, Melville believes God is in the street, unavailable and unrecognizable, rather than omnipresent and guiding. Author note:Hans Bergmannis Professor of English and Cultural Studies at George Mason University.