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Essay - What Is a Feminist? By Christopher Mark Piper
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This 5,000-word treatise I think begins well, but strays at a point where I retreated from my train of thought and feign would not have continued with the piece. When I took up the gauntlet again... More > some months later, I couldn't resist the odd moment of artist-licence, or off-the-point craziness, toying with the reader's wits: to entertain the witty and bemuse the witless. Having admitted this, I fairly quickly get back on track, to dress my points in their full-amour - I mean "armour", so as to withstand "the fiery-arrows" of all militantly violent and warped personalities taking "offence" to these my-thoughts penned 7-years ago. The real merit of the piece resides in my knowledge of the character and history of Sainte Jehanne D'Arc, whose personality was the very antithesis of "feminism". But it is to basically good (virtuous) men and women this essay is addressed, whereas true scholars like Deidre Manifold and Cornelia Ferreira prove much better than I the “resident evil” behind the feminist-movement!< Less
One For The Pages By Annette Moody
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As an intelligent young woman, 18 year old Annette Moody is an inspiring young poet. Her words have touched the hearts of those who have read her work. Some may say she's the next Dr. Suess. She is a... More > role model to young women of all ages, and loves to express how she's feeling through her writing. Having received two editor's choice awards for her poems, Annette continues to write everyday. "I keep a pen and a notebook near my bed at night, this way if I have any good thoughts to write down I won't forget them.-Annette" One For The Pages, is a personal collection of all Annette's poems throughout the years of her life. She considers every topic to write a poem about, and her readers would agree. Dreaming and love are two main topics that she writes about. Personal quote of Annette's "If dreaming is where I am happy most, I think I'll sleep my life away."< Less
One For The Pages By Annette Moody
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As an intelligent young woman, 18 year old Annette Moody is an inspiring young poet. Her words have touched the hearts of those who have read her work. Some may say she's the next Dr. Suess. She is a... More > role model to young women of all ages, and loves to express how she's feeling through her writing. Having received two editor's choice awards for her poems, Annette continues to write everyday. "I keep a pen and a notebook near my bed at night, this way if I have any good thoughts to write down I won't forget them.-Annette" One For The Pages, is a personal collection of all Annette's poems throughout the years of her life. She considers every topic to write a poem about, and her readers would agree. Dreaming and love are two main topics that she writes about. Personal quote of Annette's "If dreaming is where I am happy most, I think I'll sleep my life away."< Less
By The Bridge By Ginni Louise Swanton
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"On June 15, 1929, with Dr. John G. Cullinan, Reverend Thomas J. Hill and Father Healy by his side, William Swanton signed his name for the very last time . I wasn't there, of course, but I can... More > imagine him raising his pen with an age-spotted, quivering hand to the document presented to him on his deathbed. This document would affect the lives of many people for many years to come. William's story, however, begins 74 years earlier in rural County Cork, Ireland." This book chronicles the lives of William Swanton and his wife, Anne (O'Neil) Swanton. They were born in neighboring townlands in rural County Cork and immigrated to Boston, where they lived until the 1920s. William Swanton was a larger-than-life figure who cut a wide swath as he charged through life. Accounts of rural country life, chain migration, women's rights, upward mobility in a new country, venereal disease, marital separation and insanity all provide a fascinating glimpse into the past.< Less
Neil's Story: A Cancer Cure and Love (New Edition) By M. Anne Morbey
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The word "cancer" can instantly instil fear and desperation. In April 2000, Neil was diagnosed with cancer of the duodenum, pancreas and liver, and told he had months to live. The medical... More > profession have rarely come across the tenacity with which Neil and Anne met this news, and which resulted in his last MRI scan showing no signs of cancer. This is their story: about cancer, effective treatment, being cured, and the unforeseen aftermath, and about love. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Anne Morbey grew up in East Africa and the Middle East, the majority of her education being by correspondence course. She was a Wren [Women's Royal Naval Service] in the mid-1960s. She met Neil [a police officer at the time] when she was a Special Constable in North London in 1976. They moved to rural France in 1989. She has been a photographer, teacher, artist - and writes fiction under the pen name Emma Carlton. She lives in the same house that she and Neil bought in 2000 on the outskirts of a village in France.< Less
Wordy-Smith By Linda Varsell Smith
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A collection of original poems by Oregon Poet, Linda Varsell Smith. From Linda: When I was three I talked in rhyme. At six I dictated rhymed quatrains. I have diaries from age 11. I have written,... More > poetry and prose as soon as I could. I have worked on literary publications since high school, producing The Eloquent Umbrella when I taught creative writing at Linn-Benton Community College, edited for Calyx Books for over 30 years. I have served as president of the Oregon Poetry Association and PEN Women in Portland. I have given poetry readings, workshops, judged poetry contests. I wrote 12 youth fantasy novels and this is my 16th full-length book of poetry. At www.rainbowcommmunications.org I wrote examples and provided directions for almost 1000 poetry patterns. When I married Court Smith I truly became a word-smith. Currently most of my focus is on poetry:
word-playing, word dancing, word-delight.< Less
Music Teachers Touch Hearts One Note at a Time By Dotty Mills
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Do you want to express your Appreciation for Your Favorite Music Teacher? Our Notebook is here. Show your Love to your Musicians & Music Teachers! Easy writing and smooth paper is perfected for... More > pen and pencil noted. Dotted Page: No lined feature, you can draw mind maps, sketch ideas or write notes freely on the page. Perfectly work as writing journal, drawing pad, sketch book, travelers notebook, diary planner, coupon organizer, photo album and so on. Perfect size at 6""x9 Convenient Journey Diary: Perfect size for handbag and schoolbag Good choice for personal used and great gift for all (men, women, teens, girls, and kids). Draw, color, write, tape, glue, or smudge in all of your treasures from your journey. Great personal journal for writing down your Daily thoughts/ideas Travel planning Travel Experience To-Do list Bullet Journal< Less
Leben und Schicksale des Katers Rosaurus oder die kleine Prinzessin und ihre Katze [German] By Amalie Winter
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Amalie Winter was a pen name used by Amalie von Gross... More > (1802–1879), a poet and novelist of Weimar, Germany.Her maiden name is recorded as being von Seebach.In early life, she became acquainted with Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and her taste and mind were formed under his influence. At the age of twenty-seven, her writing appeared as contributions to a popular Weimar journal Chaos (1829-1832). In 1838, she published "Pictures of German life" and afterwards novelettes; "Pictures of Women," Recollections of a Berlin Doll. For children between the ages 5–10 and for their mothers. Illustrated. "(1840) "Recollections of a Leaden Soldier. For children between the ages 8-10. Illustrated"(1840) "Fairy tales of Nature" and "The Diadem and Scepter". She wrote a great many works for children and poems. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalie_Winter< Less

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