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Where The Rocks Say Your Name - Brenda Hasiuk
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2006, ISBN: 9781897235119

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Garden City: Doubleday, 1955. Vintage paperback, Anchor A58; Essays selected by Riesman from his celebrated "Individualism Reconsidered" in a careful defense of American individualism and equally carefully considered criticism of conformity; an excellent introduction to Riesman's thought. First Printing of the First Anchor Edition; some soiling on edges o/w text is clean, tight, with very slight spine lean in blue wrappers with a small stain on front cover and age-discoloration on spine and edges. Scarce.. First Printing, First Edition Thus. Trade Paperback. Good to Good Plus., Doubleday, 1955, United Kingdom: Hodder & Stoughton. Good. 1986. 2nd Impression. Softcover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0340246111 Paperback The passionate convictions that motivated his ministry are revealed in this important book which explores what evangelism is and how it can be carried out by both Church and individual. 188 pp. Slight foxing to end pages.(We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.). ., Hodder & Stoughton, 1986, Great Britain: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Good. 1999. 1st Paperback Edition. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0340713909 Paperback Slight foxing to end pages and edge. The authors explain in straightforward terms that many biblical prophecies have come true, giving credibility to those which address the big question about the future. This fascianating book is an eye-opener about the future, and could help to revolutionise life here and now. 194 pp. ., Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 1999, THE ORPHEAN PASSAGESFaith, writes Walter Wangerin, is "a relationship with the living God enacted in this world." It is ever-changing and inherently dramatic. The Orphean Passages is Wangerin's compelling story of a Christian pastor's career and the drama of his faith.Interlaced with the classical myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, this daring and unconventional inquiry into Christian experience ranks among the most challenging of Wangerin's works. Wangerin sees in the ancient myth an extraordinary parallel of the twists and turns individuals follow in their journeys of faith. In the author's own present-day Reverend Orpheus, that parallel is vividly played out-rendering the modern story of one man both universal and timeless.  This book is a used library book, with a library pocket and a library stamp on the second page. The pages, otherwise, are in very good condition. There are no markings, writing or highlighting., Zondervan Publishing House, 1986, UK: Penguin Classics, 1961. Paperback. Very Good. 0.4 x 5 x 7.6 inches. Book Description 'Your kindness to the human race has earned you this. A god who would not bow to the gods' anger - you Transgressing right, gave privileges to mortal men' Aeschylus (525-456 BC) brought a new grandeur and epic sweep to the drama of classical Athens, raising it to the status of high art. In Prometheus Bound the defiant Titan Prometheus is brutally punished by Zeus for daring to improve the state of wretchedness and servitude in which mankind is kept. The Suppliants tells the story of the fifty daughters of Danaus who must flee to escape enforced marriages, while Seven Against Thebes shows the inexorable downfall of the last members of the cursed family of Oedipus. And The Persians, the only Greek tragedy to deal with events from recent Athenian history, depicts the aftermath of the defeat of Persia in the battle of Salamis, with a sympathetic portrayal of its disgraced King Xerxes. Philip Vellacott's evocative translation is accompanied by an introduction, with individual discussions of the plays, and their sources in history and mythology., Penguin Classics, 1961, US: Harpercollins Pb, 2003. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 6.8 x 4.4 x 1.8 inches. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly If the Roman Empire had taken as long to rise and fall as this novel takes to discover a main character and a plot, most of the world would still be wearing togas today. The story, such as it is, revolves around two boys: Gaius, the broody son of a wealthy senator, and Marcus, a prostitute's mischievous child who is reared as Gaius's brother and trained with him in the arts of war. Before the two boys reach majority, they are thrust into adulthood by the untimely death of Gaius's father and take up residence in Rome with Gaius's uncle Marius, a powerful consul who is vying with Sulla for control of the Republic. When Marcus is 14, he joins the Fourth Macedonian Legion to earn his fortune; Gaius remains by his uncle's side. Iggulden lingers long over boyhood pranks, trying the reader's patience; the pace picks up only halfway through the novel. Frequent fight scenes, ranging from individual combat to full scale battles, liven the mix somewhat, but the cartoon-like ability of the characters to bounce back after a few stitches weakens the effect. Though Iggulden has a solid grounding in Roman military history, anachronisms in speech and attitude ("Cabera took him outside and gave him a hiding") roll underfoot and trip up authenticity. A major twist toward the end reveals the protagonists to be two of Roman history's best-known figures, but readers with some knowledge of the period will have guessed their identities already. This is ultimately little more than a protracted introduction to a bigger story, which Iggulden will surely go on to tell. Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Library Journal English writer Iggulden's first novel is the story of two young boys-Gaius and Marcus, raised as brothers though one is illegitimate-as they grow to adulthood in Rome two millennia ago. At that time, the republic was beginning to fall apart, a collapse that would result in the civil wars that brought the emperors to power. It was a time of turmoil, chaos, revolutions, casual violence, and savage brutality, and Iggulden's descriptions of the culture and environment are vivid. Although covering a period unknown to most lay readers, Emperor is a surprisingly fast and often exciting read. Iggulden admits to taking some liberties with history, and his masking the identities of Gaius and Marcus is unnecessary and distracting. While the real identity of Marcus (Et tu, Brute?) may be a puzzle, readers with a fair knowledge of Roman history will quickly identify Gaius (think of the Ides of March). Also, the roles of historical warlords Marius and Sulla are not well clarified. Still, this entertaining historical novel will appeal to fans of Steven Pressfield and Michael Curtis Ford. For larger collections. [Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 9/1/02; also, look for Colleen McCullough's The October Horse: A Novel About Caesar and Cleopatra, which will be released by S. & S. in November.-Ed.]-Robert Conroy, Warren, M. --Robert Conroy, Warren, MI Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title., Harpercollins Pb, 2003, Prentice Hall. Very Good. 1953. Soft cover. 0672602024 Softcover, in Very Good to Fine condition, clean unmarked pages, light scuffing to glossy covers, nice looking book,; Library of Liberal Arts; A-290; The charm of classical mythology, which has won so many readers for Ovid's Metamorphoses, has failed to save Hesiod's Theogony from neglect. The general reader of the Theogony, while admiring individual episodes, such as the story of Prometheus, cannot find a coherent purpose or unified structure in the poem as a whole; large tracts of the poem--the genealogical catalogues-seem to be inspired by no purpose higher than a dull encyclopedism. For proper appreciation of the Theogony the general reader needs the help fo the scholar. ., Prentice Hall, 1953, London England: A. R. Mowbray. Good. 1959. 1st Paperback Edition. Soft Cover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Paperback Focing to end pages and edge. Previous owners name to inside cover. The object of this book is not to provide 'startling revelations' but rather to pay tribute to people whose names are already fairly well known. They are all contemporary in the sense that they have been alive when I have been alive. And many of them, fortunately, are still very much alive in this present world. Even the most cursory glance at this book must surely prove that devotion to the Christian Faith imposes no uniform pattern upon individuals. 143 pp.(We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., A. R. Mowbray, 1959, London England: Scripture Union. Very Good. 1994. Reprint. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0862017017 Paperback Paperback. With Notes for Leaders. This Lifeguide explores the lives of twelve people such as Samuel, Caleb, Joshua, Hannah, David and Esther. It helps us live in the present by learning from the examples of the past. 63 pp.(We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Scripture Union, 1994, Great Britain: Kevin Mayhew. Very Good. 1999. 1st Paperback Edition. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1840033452 Paperback Paperback. Foreword by Andy Hickford. Following Reality Bytes and Reality Bytes Again, this third collection of Bible studies adopts a fresh approach: each chapter takes you on an in-depth study of an individual Bible character. What's more, each one concludes with questions for discussion and suggested readings relating to the themes raised in the study. So be prepared to enter into the lives of Jonah, Paul, the woman at the well and other fascinating characters from the Old and New Testaments. 128 pp. ., Kevin Mayhew, 1999, Thistledown Press, 2006-08-18. Paperback. VeryGood. Very Good Paperback, cover edge wear.() Brenda Hasiuk''s debut novel details eight weeks in the lives of four teens in a hardcore mining town in northern Canada. Ally and Toby, life-long locals, Rina, a Sarajevo refugee, and Adam, the returning urban native warrior get lost in each others� individual and collective mythologies as they find love, friendship, violence and tragedy in one long, last summer. Unflinchingly honest, and disturbingly poignant, this story captures the displacement of., Thistledown Press, 2006-08-18

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Brenda Hasiuk's debut novel details eight weeks in the lives of four teens in a hardcore mining town in northern Canada. Ally and Toby, life-long locals, Rina, a Sarajevo refugee, and Adam, the returning urban native warrior get lost in each othersa individual and collective mythologies as they find love, friendship, violence and tragedy in one long, last summer. Unflinchingly honest, and disturbingly poignant, this story captures the displacement of anorthernersa, the struggle for identity, and the restlessness of teens in isolated communities. In a place that makes them feel lonely, they try never to be alone; and in lives confounded by rituals and restraints, their search for meaning is illusive. Where the Rocks Say Your Name Hasiuk, Brenda, Thistledown Press

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Thistledown Press, 2006-08-18. Paperback. VeryGood. Very Good Paperback, cover edge wear.() Brenda Hasiuk''s debut novel details eight weeks in the lives of four teens in a hardcore mining town in northern Canada. Ally and Toby, life-long locals, Rina, a Sarajevo refugee, and Adam, the returning urban native warrior get lost in each others� individual and collective mythologies as they find love, friendship, violence and tragedy in one long, last summer. Unflinchingly honest, and disturbingly poignant, this story captures the displacement of., Thistledown Press, 2006-08-18

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Brenda Hasiuk's debut novel details eight weeks in the lives of four teens in a hardcore mining town in northern Canada. Ally and Toby, life-long locals, Rina, a Sarajevo refugee, and Adam, the returning urban native warrior get lost in each othersa individual and collective mythologies as they find love, friendship, violence and tragedy in one long, last summer. Unflinchingly honest, and disturbingly poignant, this story captures the displacement of anorthernersa, the struggle for identity, and the restlessness of teens in isolated communities. In a place that makes them feel lonely, they try never to be alone; and in lives confounded by rituals and restraints, their search for meaning is illusive. <P>

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781897235119
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1897235119
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: THISTLEDOWN PR
292 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,322 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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