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Klytmnestra: An Epic Slam Poem By Dane Figueroa Edidi
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Set in the Cemetery of Black Art, Klytmnestra: an Epic Slam Poem (A Play in One Act) tells the tells the tale of the infamous Klytmnestra and her family, as a Priestess conjures the spirits of the... More > dead to vindicate a mother slain by her own son's hand.< Less
The Pilgrim Church By E.H. Broadbent
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The Pilgrim Church is an alternative “ecclesiastical history” of all the movements within historical Christianity to go “back to the Bible” and simply practice NT... More > Christianity. Broadbent was a member of The Brethren, as was F.F. Bruce, who regarded this book highly. Edmund Hamer Broadbent (1861 – 1945) was a Christian missionary and author. John Bjorlie wrote that he was a "tidy-looking English gentleman with a bookish side who discovered ways of slipping into and out of countries that others just assumed were 'closed doors.' He was not a big man, and his pleasant, easygoing manner would not have conjured in your mind the picture of the fearless missionary." Born in Lancashire, England, Broadbent operated under the auspices of the Plymouth Brethren movement. His missionary work from 1900 into the 1920s took him to Austria, Belgium, Egypt, Germany, Poland, Russia, Turkey, the Baltic states, North and South America, and Uzbekistan. He spoke fluently French and German and could speak some Russian.< Less
Plants and the Plague: The Herbal Frontline By Marcus Harrison
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Plague has gone down in history as one of the terrors of humanity, and if there was perhaps but one word that conjured fear in the minds of people centuries ago it would have been that of 'plague'.... More > Without any understanding of germ theory physicians could only attempt to deal with the visible symptoms of a plague attack and not overcome the bacterium at its' heart, Yersinia pestis. Plants and the Plague looks at around three dozen plant species used in the herbal medicine response to plague and pestilence in past centuries. It also looks at the clinical background to the disease, past medical thinking on the subject, courses of treatment formerly used, and numerous plague remedies that the selected plants found their way into. It is a story of superstition, tragedies of error, and faith in misguided medical precepts, but also one of incredible bravery on the part of those physicians and doctors who stayed behind to treat the afflicted and dying in the face of this killer disease.< Less
Hearts in the Wilderness: Journeys into the moral economy of eighteenth century Britain By Ron Southern
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In this series of interrelated narrative essays, historian Ron Southern explores some of the difficulties of living a righteous life in 18th century England, Scotland, Ireland and the Middle East.... More > Using the letters and journals of John Wesley, Richard Viney and John Cennick, first hand accounts of Presbyterian revival, and Moravian congregation and missionary diaries, he attempts to conjure the sensibilities of the Christly faced with the exigencies of living in a world dominated by Satan. In so doing he paints a vivid picture of the denizens of the 18th century street, of a geography where the chapel extended into the field, where marshes, deserts and woods were real manifestations of good and evil, and where every action and thought gave an insight into the battle between Heaven and Hell.< Less
Hearts in the Wilderness: Journeys into the moral economy of eighteenth century Britain By Ron Southern
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In this series of interrelated narrative essays, historian Ron Southern explores some of the difficulties of living a righteous life in 18th century England, Scotland, Ireland and the Middle East.... More > Using the letters and journals of John Wesley, Richard Viney and John Cennick, first hand accounts of Presbyterian revival, and Moravian congregation and missionary diaries, he attempts to conjure the sensibilities of the Christly faced with the exigencies of living in a world dominated by Satan. In so doing he paints a vivid picture of the denizens of the 18th century street, of a geography where the chapel extended into the field, where marshes, deserts and woods were real manifestations of good and evil, and where every action and thought gave an insight into the battle between Heaven and Hell.< Less
The Life of Dr. John Dee (1527 - 1608) By Charlotte Fell Smith
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John Dee was a much respected mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, occultist, alchemist and adviser to Queen Elizabeth I, but subsequently derided as a conjurer and a trickster. Dee became Queen... More > Elizabeth's trusted advisor on astrological and scientific matters, choosing her coronation date himself. From the 1550s through the 1570s, he served as an advisor to England's voyages of discovery, providing technical assistance in navigation and ideological backing in the creation of a "British Empire" Dee's library, at 4000 volumes, was the largest philosophical and scientific library collection in Elizabethan England. Queen Elizabeth finally made him Warden of Christ's College, Manchester, in 1595< Less
Viva Kumayl By Mohsen Motlagh
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Mohsen Motlagh was about to finish his studies when the idea of joining the military forces at wartime crossed his mind, and he let this spark erupt into a raging blaze of enthusiasm. He opens the... More > story with the reformation of Kumail Battalion and then recounts the stories of the warriors and their situations, talks, prayers, and martyrdom. Adopting a direct and sincere tone of voice and viewpoint breathes life into his narrative, conjuring up the images of lived moments and experiences of the war events and his comrades. In addition, a detailed account of the events is another enlivening feature of his prose, allowing him to depict glaring differences between this war of Iranian warriors and other forces and battles.< Less
MUDKISS INTERVIEWS 2009 By MELANIE SMITH
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Mudkiss Fanzine publishes their second book of interviews. “Reminiscent of a telephone conversation at 2am between old friends, Mudkiss has a feminine, conversational quality yet they are... More > collating a cultural dossier that is both glossy and ephemeral. There is no time-line in what they do, conjuring pop history alongside punk mythology and contemporary chronicles as they zigzag between interviews and decades holding the threads of biographies like a softly spun web. “ Nina Antonia – July 2009< Less
A Student Survival Guide By CTR Berlin et al.
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Everyone has an image of Berlin. Maybe you think of the city’s older history, seeing images of fine Prussian Palaces. Or, perhaps more likely, you think of Berlin’s modern history,... More > remembering the story of a city blighted by war, then split by a wall. Maybe that’s completely wrong. Maybe, to you, Berlin only conjures up ideas about the nightlife. What you envision is scenes of yourself out till the early morn, rubbing shoulders with Berlin locals, soaking in the techno at Berghaim. You can even see the outfit that got you in. Willkommen in Berlin< Less

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