Azila of the Mountain

Azila of the Mountain Author PJ Jami
ISBN-10 9781489711380
Release 2017-04-11
Pages 60
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I like to believe that fear is just faith contaminated. So if we fear something enough, the best thing to do is to push right through to the end, knowing that no matter the outcome, it will be the end of the journey and the beginning of a new one. For Vishnu, this was exactly the case. After losing his son to an evil witch, Vishnu fought through endless journeys, never knowing when enough was enough. Until the end of what seemed to be his life was the price he had to pay for his peace of mind.



Life in Translation

Life in Translation Author Azila Talit Reisenberger
ISBN-10 9780980272918
Release 2008
Pages 64
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Azila Talit Reisenberger is a Bible scholar, a rabbi, a mother, a wife, and a poet. In all these selves she grapples with translating her life from Hebrew to English and back again. Life in Translation is full of wry humour, longing, bitterness, sweetness, playfulness, and subversions of traditional meanings and texts - a delightful book that charms and surprises anew with each reading.



Women s Spirituality in the Transformation of South Africa

Women s Spirituality in the Transformation of South Africa Author Azila Talit Reisenberger
ISBN-10 3830961278
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Morocco Footprint Handbook

Morocco Footprint Handbook Author Julius Honnor
ISBN-10 9781907263316
Release 2012
Pages 480
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Footprint’s Morocco Handbook has been thoroughly revised and updated ensuring travelers get the best out of their trip. Whether its trekking high into the Atlas mountains, shopping in the souks, or soaking up some sun this new edition has detailed coverage of it all, plus thorough accommodation listings, where to eat and drink and all the best sights.The heart of the guide is divided by region, giving comprehensive information on Marrakech & Essaouira, High Atlas, Fes, Meknes & Middle Atlas, the Desert & Gorges, Agadir & the South, Rabat, Casablanca & the Atlantic coast, Tangier & the North and East Morocco. Each region has an overview map which includes ‘Don’t miss’ destinations, local information on how to get around, detailed street maps where relevant, and an Essentials section with information on banks, embassies, emergency services and local festivals. Detailed listings on where to sleep, eat and play are provided for every destination within each region, enabling you to have an even better travel experience. • Essentials section with tips on getting there and around• Recommended itineraries to help with trip-planning • Accommodation listings for every budget from riads and guesthouses to hotels and mountain huts• Detailed street maps for important towns and cities• Full-colour mini atlas section for orientation• Where to buy the best babouches, carpets, ceramics, leatherwork and all manner of things in this shopper’s paradise• Best activities, including desert safaris, trekking, climbing and surfingPacked with information on all the main attractions as well as detailed information on the dozens of activities and adventures that will help you get off the beaten track, Footprint’s Morocco Handbook is the perfect companion for any intrepid traveller.



An Analysis of Antient Mythology MDCCCVI by Jacob Bryant

An Analysis of Antient Mythology MDCCCVI by Jacob Bryant Author Robert D. Morritt
ISBN-10 9781443828055
Release 2011-01-18
Pages 210
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Jacob Bryant (1715–1804) was an eminent scholar and mythographer, who has been described as “the outstanding figure among the mythagogues who flourished in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.” His work, An analysis of Antient(sic) Mythology, has been regarded as one of the most in-depth Classical works on Ancient Greece and contemporary areas within the ancient world.



A New System or an Analysis of Antient Mythology Volumes I and II

A New System  or an Analysis of Antient Mythology  Volumes I  and II  Author Jacob Bryant
ISBN-10 9781465514707
Release 1807
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Free Joe and Other Georgian Sketches

Free Joe and Other Georgian Sketches Author Joel Chandler Harris
ISBN-10 9781465609854
Release 2016-08-14
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The name of Free Joe strikes humorously upon the ear of memory. It is impossible to say why, for he was the humblest, the simplest, and the most serious of all God's living creatures, sadly lacking in all those elements that suggest the humorous. It is certain, moreover, that in 1850 the sober-minded citizens of the little Georgian village of Hillsborough were not inclined to take a humorous view of Free Joe, and neither his name nor his presence provoked a smile. He was a black atom, drifting hither and thither without an owner, blown about by all the winds of circumstance, and given over to shiftlessness. The problems of one generation are the paradoxes of a succeeding one, particularly if war, or some such incident, intervenes to clarify the atmosphere and strengthen the understanding. Thus, in 1850, Free Joe represented not only a problem of large concern, but, in the watchful eyes of Hillsborough, he was the embodiment of that vague and mysterious danger that seemed to be forever lurking on the outskirts of slavery, ready to sound a shrill and ghostly signal in the impenetrable swamps, and steal forth under the midnight stars to murder, rapine, and pillage—a danger always threatening, and yet never assuming shape; intangible, and yet real; impossible, and yet not improbable. Across the serene and smiling front of safety, the pale outlines of the awful shadow of insurrection sometimes fell. With this invisible panorama as a background, it was natural that the figure of Free Joe, simple and humble as it was, should assume undue proportions. Go where he would, do what he might, he could not escape the finger of observation and the kindling eye of suspicion. His lightest words were noted, his slightest actions marked. Under all the circumstances it was natural that his peculiar condition should reflect itself in his habits and manners. The slaves laughed loudly day by day, but Free Joe rarely laughed. The slaves sang at their work and danced at their frolics, but no one ever heard Free Joe sing or saw him dance. There was something painfully plaintive and appealing in his attitude, something touching in his anxiety to please. He was of the friendliest nature, and seemed to be delighted when he could amuse the little children who had made a playground of the public square. At times he would please them by making his little dog Dan perform all sorts of curious tricks, or he would tell them quaint stories of the beasts of the field and birds of the air; and frequently he was coaxed into relating the story of his own freedom. That story was brief, but tragical.



Campfire Girls in the Allegheny Mountains

Campfire Girls in the Allegheny Mountains Author Stella M. Francis
ISBN-10 9781421822006
Release 2006-07-01
Pages 136
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Two hundred and thirty-nine girl voices chanted the Wo-he-lo Cheer with weird impressiveness. The scene alone would have been impressive enough, but Camp Fire Girls are not satisfied with that kind of "enough." Once their imagination is stimulated with the almost limitless possibilities of the craft, they are not easily pleased with anything but a finished product. The occasion was the last Grand Council Fire of Hiawatha Institute for Camp Fire Girls located in the Allegheny city of Westmoreland. The classroom work had been rushed a day ahead, examinations were made almost perfunctory, and for them also the clock had been turned twenty-four hours forward. The curriculum was finished, and the day just closed had been devoted to preparation for a Grand Council wind-up for the fifteen Fires of the Institute, which would "break ranks" on the following day and scatter in all directions for home and the Christmas holidays.



The Mountain Girl

The Mountain Girl Author Payne Erskine
ISBN-10 9785040517060
Release 2017-09-05
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Joel Chandler Harris

Joel Chandler Harris Author R. Bruce Bickley, Jr.
ISBN-10 9780820331850
Release 2008-04-01
Pages 180
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This biography and critical study reconstructs Harris's life and career from his humble origins as an illegitimate child and plantation-newspaper printer's devil through his years in Macon, Forsyth, Savannah, and Atlanta. When Harris died in 1908, his national and international popularity rivaled his friend Mark Twain's. A psychologically complex person, Harris became an accomplished Southern local colorist who left multiple legacies as an American humorist, folklorist, New South journalist, children's writer, and author. He helped make the Old South New. Harris's Uncle Remus trickster tales derive primarily from transplanted Senegambian African folklore and are rhetorically and sociologically complex representations of the often predatory world of Old South slave life--where survival depends on trickery, wit, and will pitted against the brute strength of overseers and masters. Controversial today because he was a white man retelling black folk narratives, Harris nevertheless helped preserve the trickster tale-cycle and promote black folk-tale collecting, generally; hundreds of scholars and linguists have studied his works. Harris also made Brer Rabbit, the tar baby, and the briar patch popular-culture icons, and his highly believable animal characters and dialogues influenced the techniques of Rudyard Kipling, A. A. Milne, Beatrix Potter, E. B. White, and other children's authors. Finally, Harris's poor white and African American characters and narratives have left their mark on writers from his time to our times--from Twain to Zora Neale Hurston, William Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor, Ralph Ellison, and Toni Morrison.



Our Young Folks

Our Young Folks Author
ISBN-10 OSU:32435065693145
Release 1865
Pages 808
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The Hesperian

The Hesperian Author
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101074718253
Release 1838
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Wanderings of a Pilgrim in Search of the Picturesque During Four and twenty Years in the East

Wanderings of a Pilgrim  in Search of the Picturesque  During Four and twenty Years in the East Author Fanny Parks
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB10366860
Release 1850
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The Knickerbocker

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ISBN-10 WISC:89063089577
Release 1839
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The Knickerbocker

The Knickerbocker Author Washington Irving
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433081685038
Release 1852
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The Knickerbocker Or New York Monthly Magazine

The Knickerbocker  Or  New York Monthly Magazine Author
ISBN-10 UCAL:B2953228
Release 1852
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The Knickerbocker

The Knickerbocker Author Charles Fenno Hoffman
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B677886
Release 1839
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