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Accuracy of Translation: The Primary Criterion in Evaluating Bible Versions With Special Reference to the New International Version - Robert P. Martin
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New York U. S. A.: Touchstone. Good with no dust jacket 2006. Hardcover. Tight 1st U S Ed w/ Group Reading Guide, no DJ; no names, not marked-in, underscored, clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours. ; 8.1 x 5.5 x 1.3 inches; 389 pages; \nFrom Publishers Weekly Long-legged, lascivious Alba lives on a London houseboat, the Valentina, moored in 1971 London. She is the daughter of a WWII romance; her proper English father, Thomas Arbuckle, and stepmother ("the Buffalo") never mention her mysterious Italian mother--Valentina--who died when she was a baby. As a discovered sketch sparks Alba's curiosity about her mother's past, she takes up with literary agent Fitz Conroy, then breaks it off and goes to Italy to learn the truth about her past. Though this is Montefiore's U. S. Debut, more than three million copies of her books are in print in the EU (the press chat notes that Charles and Camilla "made their debut as a couple" at Montefiore's wedding to historian Simon Sebag) . Presumably, her EU translators were able to make lines like "Don't talk, you fool. Kiss me, " sound more seductive and surprising in other languages than they do in the King's English. (June) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Paperback edition. From Booklist *Starred Review* Montefiore is well known by women's-fiction readers in England but less recognized in the U. S. All that is about to change with her new book, a sweeping saga of wartime romance, family secrets, lost loves, and murder. Switching between wartime Italy and 1970s London, the book tells the story of Alba Arbuckle, whose father, Thomas, fell in love with a beautiful Italian girl during the war. After the war, he returns to the tiny Italian village of Incantelleria to marry his lovely Valentina, who has already borne him a child, Alba. But Thomas and baby Alba return to England alone. Devastated, Thomas eventually marries a tweedy Englishwoman who tries to mother the increasingly defiant Alba. As she grows up, Alba becomes a rebellious, shallow young woman with a string of lovers. Eventually, she goes to Italy to find her "real" family. What she discovers there changes her life forever. Montefiore is a grand storyteller. Her near-lyrical descriptive prose is appealing on its own; the plot is involving on multiple levels, crossing several genres; and her characters step well beyond formula. All in all, a fine way for American readers to get to know the Montefiore name, which will very soon be cropping up in the same sentences as the name Maeve Binchy. Emily Melton © American Library Association. All rights reserved ., Touchstone, 2006, Hodder & Stoughton, 1941. Hardback, ex-library, with usual stamps and markings, in fair all round condition suitable as a study copy. Translated by Wilson, N S., Hodder & Stoughton, 1941, London, Toronto: Granada Publishing. Translated by Hilda Rosner. Introductory chapter by Timothy Leary. Very good black color pictorial paperback. Light wear. (1977), 12mo, 108pp. [4], "In The Journey to the East, a haunting allegorical novel, the narrator travels through time and the external and internal worlds in search of ultimate Truth..." "Journey to the East is written from the point of view of a man (in the book called "H. H.") who becomes a member of "The League", a timeless religious sect whose members include famous fictional and real characters, such as Plato, Mozart, Pythagoras, Paul Klee, Don Quixote, Tristram Shandy, Baudelaire, and the ferryman Vasudeva, a character from one of Hesse's earlier works, Siddhartha. A branch of the group goes on a pilgrimage to "the East" in search of the "ultimate Truth". The narrator speaks of traveling through both time and space, across geography imaginary and real. Although at first fun and enlightening, the Journey runs into a crisis in a deep mountain gorge called Morbio Inferiore when Leo, apparently a simple servant, disappears, causing the group to plummet into anxiety and argument. Leo is described as happy, pleasant, handsome, beloved by everyone, having a rapport with animals - to a discerning reader, he seems a great deal more than a simple servant, but nobody in the pilgrimage, including the narrator, seems to get this. Nor does anyone seem to wonder why the group dissolves in dissension and bickering after Leo disappears. Instead they accuse Leo of taking with him various objects which they seem to be missing (and which turn up later) and which they regard as very important (and which later turn out not to be very important), and they blame him for the eventual disintegration of the group and failure of the Journey. Years later the narrator tries to write his story of the Journey, even though he has lost contact with the group and believes the League no longer exists. But he is unable to put together any coherent account of it; his whole life has sunk into despair and disillusionment since the failure of the one thing which was most important to him, and he has even sold the violin with which he once offered music to the group during the Journey. Finally, at the advice of a friend, he finds the servant Leo and, having failed in his attempt to re-establish communication with him or even be recognized by him when he meets him on a park bench, writes him a long, impassioned letter of "grievances, remorse and entreaty" and posts it to him that night. The next morning Leo appears in the narrator's home and tells him he has to appear before the High Throne to be judged by the officials of the League. It turns out (to the narrator's surprise) that Leo, the simple servant, is actually President of League, and the crisis in Morbio Inferiore was a test of faith which the narrator and everyone else flunked rather dismally. H. H. discovers that his "aberration" and time spent adrift was part of his trial, and is allowed to return to the League if he can pass any new test of faith and obedience. What he chooses, and the final dénouement, is a stroke of Hesse's typical Eastern mysticism at its finest." Wikipedia . Very Good. Mass Market Paperback. Reprint Edition. 1977., Granada Publishing, 1977, Dachau, Munchen, Germany: Trustees for the Monument of Atonement in the Concentration Camp at Dachau. Author Dr. Johann Neuhausler Auxiliary Bishop of Munich Prisoner in Sachsenhausen No. 37796 Prisoner in Dachau No. 26680. Translated from the German. Very good gray pictorial trade paperback. Light wear. [nd, circa 1960], 8vo, [2], 3-80pp. . Very Good. Paperback. 7th Edition. 1960., Trustees for the Monument of Atonement in the Concentration Camp at Dachau, 1960, New York U. S. A.: Touchstone Book - Simon & Schuster. As New 1988. Softcover. Marfree, acidfree; tiny name inside not o/w marked-in, underscored, clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours. ; 8.1 x 5.2 x 1.2 inches; 506 pages; Jesus with Flaws, Oct 29, 2003 \nBy Paul McGrath (Sacramento, CA) \nSo Jesus finally reads what Matthew has been writing about him for the last several months & is flabbergasted. "This isn't the truth, " he says. "These are lies! I was not born in Bethlehem. I've never set foot in Egypt in my life. I don't remember any magi! And the dove did not say, 'This is my son, ' while I was being baptized!" Matthew tells him he knows this, but nevertheless he has been writing what he has been told to write by an angel, who visits him in the evening. Matthew himself questioned this truth, but the angel told him that he knew nothing of the truth. The angel told him there were many truths, the truths of men, which are many, & the truth of God, which is one. Matthew was to record the truth of God. And he did. \nThe truth. Yes, the truth. It can make one uncomfortable on occasion, & Mr. Kazantzakis' version can certainly be said to do that. His Jesus is quite a bit different than the one we've come to know & love from catechism class & from the Bible. His Jesus only performs a few of the miracles. There is no mention of the crippled man lowered through the roof. There is no Sermon on the Mount. No wedding at Cana. The walking on water story was a dream of Peter. But he does recite some parables, heal the centurion's daughter, & raise Lazarus from the dead. \nHe agonizes over his fate, is often unsure of his divinity, & rails at God, whose hold on him is described as ten claws gripping his skull. He preaches the doctrine of love, but is somewhat vague as to how to put it into practice. He goes to Jerusalem & screams at the Pharisees & the high priests, stating he will smash the temple to pieces \nHis disciples are weak & vacillating, except for Judas, who is a fervent anti-Roman revolutionary. Magdalene becomes a prostitute after her love for him is spurned. Joseph is stricken & paralyzed the day Jesus is born, & remains that way for the rest of his life. His mother Mary is a miserable wretch as Jesus fails to do any of the normal things that a mother wishes her son to do. \nNo, this is not your typical Bible story. Nor should it be. It is fiction after all. But as the story is of Jesus, it is fiction which must be held to higher scrutiny. Does it work? \nTo a large degree it does. Mr. Kazantzakis gives us an interesting interpretation of this life, & one which to some degree is in conformity with Biblical events. It is a fascinating piece of work & one which displays a great deal of passion & imagination. It is clearly written by a man with a burning, spiritual yearning. \nBut if there is a flaw it is that it fails to capture the true greatness of Jesus. Whether you believe in his divinity or not, it can not be denied that his influence on humanity was as great or greater than any person who ever lived. He began a religion two-thousand years ago which to this day continues to be practiced by millions of people on every continent of the earth. His teachings formed the basis of the greatest institutions that mankind has created; institutions based on freedom, equality & justice. He must have had, to say the very least, a remarkable personality. \nAnd this is where it stretches credulity. For Kazantzakis' Jesus is perhaps just a little too human: too weak, too unsure of himself, sometimes too timid & sometimes too shrill. It is often a little hard to believe from this novel that he inspired the faith of his own disciples, much less the millions who followed. \nBut to be fair, who is to say what the truth is? Mr. Kazantzakis, after all, is simply recording the truth of man. One man. One of many. He must be commended, for by doing so he maybe came a little closer to the truth of God. ., Touchstone Book - Simon & Schuster, 1988, Planeta Publishing. Paperback. Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Planeta Publishing, Ignatius Press, 2006-10. Hardcover. Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Ignatius Press, 2006-10, Seven Stories Press, 2008-08-05. Paperback. Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Seven Stories Press, 2008-08-05, Bright Sky Press, 2010-10-01. Paperback. Very Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Bright Sky Press, 2010-10-01, Ecco Pr, 1995-01. Paperback. Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Ecco Pr, 1995-01, Banner of Truth, 1998-06-01. Paperback. Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Banner of Truth, 1998-06-01

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780851517353
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0851517358
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1997
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