cry not for spring

Release Date : 2014-08-20
ISBN Code : 9781499054088
Book Author : E. Frank Mancl
Book Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages : 214

Book Summary :

"Follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band, these guerillas, fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free"--page [4] of cover.

Book Title : Speech of the Right Honourable Thomas Spring Rice in the House of Commons on Wednesday April 1 1835 on the Motion That this House Do Resolve Itself Into a Committee to Consider the Present State of the Church Establishment in Ireland with a View of Applying Any Surplus of Its Gevenues to the General Education of All Classes Without Distinction of Religious Persuasion

speech of the right honourable thomas spring rice in the house of commons on wednesday april 1 1835 on the motion that this house do resolve itself into a committee to consider the present state of the church establishment in ireland with a view of applying any surplus of its gevenues to the general education of all classes without distinction of religious persuasion

Release Date : 1835
ISBN Code : CHI:56970595
Book Author : Thomas Spring-Rice Baron Monteagle
Book Publisher :
Total Pages : 22

Book Summary :

Book Title : Oriental Stories Vol 1 No 4 Spring 1931

oriental stories vol 1 no 4 spring 1931

Release Date : 2009-06
ISBN Code : 9781434405128
Book Author : Farnsworth Wright
Book Publisher : Wildside Press LLC
Total Pages : 146

Book Summary :

The fourth issue of the classic pulp magazine ORIENTAL STORIES (Spring, 1931) features work by Otis Adelbert Kline, Frank Belknap Long, and Robert E. Howard (" Hawks of Outremer"), plus many other tales of the Exotic East.

Book Title : Spring


Release Date : 1979
ISBN Code : STANFORD:36105007225100
Book Author : James Hillman
Book Publisher :
Total Pages :

Book Summary :

Contributions to Jungian thought.

Book Title : Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons

japan and the culture of the four seasons

Release Date : 2012-03-20
ISBN Code : 9780231526524
Book Author : Haruo Shirane
Book Publisher : Columbia University Press
Total Pages : 336

Book Summary :

Elegant representations of nature, explicitly the four seasons, fill a wide range of Japanese genres and media—from poetry and screen painting to tea ceremony, flower arrangement, and annual observances. Haruo Shirane shows, for the first time, how, when, and why this occurred and explicates the richly encoded social, religious, and political meanings these representations embodied. Refuting the long held belief that this phenomenon reflects agrarian origins, this book demonstrates how elegant representations of the four seasons first emerged in an urban environment among nobility in the eight century. They became highly codified and then spread to different social classes, eventually settling in popular culture and the pleasure quarters. Shirane accounts for all types of manifestations: textual (poetry, chronicles, tales), cultivated (gardens, flower arrangement), material (kimonos, screens), performative (noh drama, festivals), and gastronomic (tea ceremony, food rituals). He reveals how this kind of "secondary nature," which flourished in Japan's urban architecture and gardens, frequently fostered a sense of harmony with the natural world—just at the point at which it was receding. Eventually, alternative representations of nature derived from farm villages and elsewhere began to intersect with these elegant representations in the capital, creating a complex web of competing associations. Anyone with an interest in Japanese visual arts, literature, cultural history, and social customs will relish this book, which illuminates the deeper meaning behind Japanese aesthetics and artifacts. Shirane explicates nature's complex codification, especially the use of images, the seasons to which they were attached, and the changes in cultural associations across history, genre, and community. His fascinating research shows these seasons to be as much a cultural construction as a reflection of the physical world.

Book Title : The Harsh Cry of the Heron

the harsh cry of the heron

Release Date : 2008-09-04
ISBN Code : 9780330477307
Book Author : Lian Hearn
Book Publisher : Pan Macmillan
Total Pages :

Book Summary :

Set fifteen years after the seismic events of Brilliance of the Moon, The Harsh Cry of the Heron is an elegaic and bittersweet successor to the bestselling series by Lian Hearn, Tales of the Otori. ‘Their realm is held in balance by their union . . . Break that union and the Three Countries will fall apart.’ Otori Takeo and Kaede have ruled the Three Countries peacefully for over sixteen years, following the events laid out in the epic Tales of the Otori. They have three daughters: Shigeko, fifteen years old and heir to the Otori, and Maya and Miki, thirteen-year-old twins who have inherited the supernatural skills of their father. Kaede knows nothing of the prophecy that Takeo will die at the hands of his son and longs to give him a male child. Nor does she know of the boy he fathered sixteen years ago – a boy whose heart is filled with hatred and whose skills as a Ghostmaster give him the power to incite the dead. Takeo is determined that clan conflicts will never again ravage the Three Countries, but warriors are born to fight: the warlord Arai Zenko has deadly ambitions, the Emperor himself has challenged Takeo’s rule and, despite a delicate truce between the deadly Tribe and the Otori, revenge still eats at the heart of renegade leader Kikuta Akio . . . Against these gathering threats Takeo draws strength from his love for Kaede, but even this is not beyond the reach of their enemies . . .

Book Title : Laugh a Lot Cry a Lot

laugh a lot cry a lot

Release Date : 2009-07-01
ISBN Code : 9781438973012
Book Author : Margaret Berger Morse
Book Publisher : AuthorHouse
Total Pages : 264

Book Summary :

The story of Whitney Morse's recovery from a sub-cranial bleed called Wernicke's Aphasia which resulted in two strokes.

Book Title : A Cry of Stone

a cry of stone

Release Date : 2003
ISBN Code : 9780898709957
Book Author : Michael O'Brien
Book Publisher : Ignatius Press
Total Pages : 853

Book Summary :

In this fifth novel in his series, Children of the Last Days, Michael O’Brien explores the true meaning of poverty of spirit. Loosely based on the real lives of a number of native North Americans, A Cry of Stone is the fictional account of the life of a native artist, Rose Wâbos. Abandoned as an infant, Rose is raised by her grandmother, Oldmary Wâbos, in the remotest regions of the northern Ontario wilderness. The story covers a period from 1940 to 1973, chronicling Rose’s growth to womanhood, her discovery of art, her moving out into the world of cities and sophisticated cultural circles. Above all it is the story of a soul who is granted little of human strengths and resources, yet who strives to love in all circumstances. As she searches for the ultimate meaning of her life, she changes the lives of many people whom she meets along the way. O’Brien takes the reader deep into the heart of a “small” person. There he uncovers the beauty and struggles of a soul who wants only to create, to help others to see what she sees. The story also explores the complex lies and false images, the ambitions and posturing that dominate much of contemporary culture, and shows how these have contributed to a loss of our understanding of the sacredness of each human life. Once again, Michael O’Brien beautifully demonstrates that no matter how insignificant a person may be in the world’s eyes, marvels and mysteries are to be found in everyone. His central character, Rose, is among the despised and rejected of the earth, yet her life bears witness to the greatness in man, and to his eternal destiny.

Book Title : Meadows Of Gold

meadows of gold

Release Date : 2013-10-28
ISBN Code : 9781136145223
Book Author : Masudi
Book Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 256

Book Summary :

First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Book Title : Frank Sullivan at His Best

frank sullivan at his best

Release Date : 2012-11-12
ISBN Code : 9780486148472
Book Author : Frank Sullivan
Book Publisher : Courier Corporation
Total Pages : 192

Book Summary :

DIV42 delightful samples of tongue-in-cheek humor, including "An Innocent in Texas," "How to Change a Typewriter Ribbon" and "A Bachelor Looks at Breakfast." /div

Book Title : The Transition Towards Revolution and Reform The Arab Spring Realised

the transition towards revolution and reform the arab spring realised

Release Date : 2014-06-30
ISBN Code : 9780748692729
Book Author : Sonia L. Alianak
Book Publisher : Edinburgh University Press
Total Pages : 224

Book Summary :

The Arab Spring created a transition toward democracy for the peoples of Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco and Jordan, who initially elected moderate Islamist parties to lead them out of economic deprivation and corruption. This study looks at the relative success of the move to democracy in these four Middle Eastern countries, comparing the secular leaders of Tunisia and Egypt and their desire for revolution with the monarchs of Morocco and Jordan and their priority of reform. In contrast with the monarchs, the secular leaders avoided resort to the palliative of religion to ensure the stability of their rule and were, as a result, unable to survive.

Book Title : Forever Spring

forever spring

Release Date : 2014-09-16
ISBN Code : 9781460345542
Book Author : Joan Hohl
Book Publisher : Harlequin
Total Pages :

Book Summary :

Now was the winter of discontent for Paul Vanzant. His children were grown, the wife he'd once loved—but who'd bitterly betrayed him—was gone. He felt rudderless on a chillingly cold sea… Then he met Karen Mitchell—a woman in the autumn of her life. Though she found passion in Paul's embrace, Karen claimed a momentary interlude was all they'd ever share. But Paul wanted more than a brief affair. He'd finally found true love, and he was determined to keep Karen—and the warmth of spring—forever in his life.

Book Title : Once Upon A Spring Morn

once upon a spring morn

Release Date : 2007-10-02
ISBN Code : 1101212691
Book Author : Dennis L. McKiernan
Book Publisher : Penguin
Total Pages : 400

Book Summary :

The national bestselling author of the Mithgar fantasies, Dennis L. McKiernan, returns to his enchanting seasonal fairytale cycle with a story of love, courage, and hope against the forces of darkness. Once upon a spring morn in Faery, the gallant knight Roél rides into the Springwood and finds his true heart’s desire in Céleste, princess of that domain. But before their love can blossom, Roél must rescue his sister from a dreadful lord who steals the souls of those he bears away. Wishing to aid her champion, Céleste tells Roél of a city in which a mysterious map lies—a map that may reveal the route to the dread lord’s secret realm. Aided by the Fates themselves, who guide them in riddles they must first unravel, the princess and her knight follow their hearts on a desperate odyssey across shadow-lit borders to save Roél’s soul-reft sister ere the dark of the moon. “An enchanting tale that will have readers spellbound.”—Midwest Book Review “An inspired re-envisioning of two classic tales of love and adventure.”—Library Journal

Book Title : Spring Awakening

spring awakening

Release Date : 1996-02-15
ISBN Code : 9781429931397
Book Author : Frank Wedekind
Book Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Total Pages : 96

Book Summary :

This version of Frank Wedekind's extraordinary play Spring Awakening was specially commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company. The themes it addresses and the sheer energy of the writing make this masterpiece of German symbolism startlingly relevant today. With its scenes of pubescent angst, sexual outspokenness, rape and homosexuality, the play still, more than one hundred years after it was first staged, has the power to shock. Ted Hughes's rendition lends the dialogue a particularly modern terseness and bite, drawing out all the erotic energy of the original.

Book Title : Lovesong


Release Date : 2013-12-13
ISBN Code : 9781611455458
Book Author : Julius Lester
Book Publisher : Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
Total Pages : 256

Book Summary :

Julius Lester was born the son of a black Methodist minister in the south. His book Lovesong is a beautifully written account of his spiritual journey away from the conventions of his Southern heritage and Methodist upbringing, culminating in his personal self-discovery through a conversion to Judaism. Growing up in the turbulent civil rights era South, Lester was often discouraged by the disconnectedness between the promises of religion and the realities of his life. He used the outlets available to him to try to come to grips with this split and somehow reconcile the injustices he was witnessing with the purity of religion. He became a controversial writer and commentator, siding with neither blacks nor whites in his unconventional viewpoints. He became a luminal figure of the times, outside of the conventional labels of race, religion, politics, or philosophy. Lester’s spiritual quest would take him through the existential landscape of his Southern, Christian upbringing, into his ancestry, winding through some of the holiest places on the planet and into the spiritual depths of the world’s major religious cultures. His odyssey of faith would unexpectedly lead him to discovering Judaism as his true spiritual calling.

Book Title : Spring Remains

spring remains

Release Date : 2015-03-24
ISBN Code : 9781451642766
Book Author : Mons Kallentoft
Book Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Total Pages : 480

Book Summary :

“If you like your mysteries with a generous dose of dark explorations of the human soul and psyche, there is plenty to feast on here.”— Praised for writing “vividly and harshly” (The Washington Times) with prose that’s “complex and heartfelt” (Kirkus Reviews), internationally acclaimed author Mons Kallentoft returns with the fourth chilling novel featuring crime investigator Malin Fors. Spring has finally arrived, filling the Swedish countryside with sunshine and flowers after a long, dark winter. The beautiful weather is lost on Detective Investigator Malin Fors, though, troubled as she is by the unexpected death of her emotionally distant mother and what it might mean for her own fragmented and dysfunctional family. But when an explosion rocks the town square, killing two young girls, leaving their mother fighting for life, and terrifying the entire community, Malin has no time to address her family’s uncertain future. Suddenly the future of her entire city is in danger, and she may be the only one who can save it…