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Philippics By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Philippics By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Philippics By Richard David Kennedy, Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Philippics By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Philippics By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Philippics By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Philippe and Amanda By Created and photographed by Andrea Knapp
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Philippics eBook By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Little Philippe of Belgium By Madeline Brandeis
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Little Philippe of Belgium By Madeline Brandeis. Author of "Little Indian Weaver" "The Wee Scotch Piper" "The Little Dutch Tulip Girl" "The Little Swiss... More > Wood-Carver" Photographic Illustrations Made in Belgium by the Author GROSSET & DUNLAP PUBLISHERSnew york By Arrangement with the A. Flanagan Company COPYRIGHT, 1930< Less
History of Louis Philippe By John S. C. Abbott
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A fascinating account of the life, trials, tribulations—and ultimately failure—of one of Europe’s first notable “constitutional monarchs,” Louis Philippe... More > (1773–1850). The first king to be properly elected by the National Assembly, his reign was based on the principle of union of king and people, and marked the first real shift away from the “divine right to rule” approach to kingship. This sweeping work reveals many details not generally known about this momentous change in European politics, all the while keeping the reader’s attention by weaving together the story of Louis Philippe’s youth, his years of exile, the dramatic events leading to his appointment as king, his extended family and relations, and finally his steady decline in popularity until his own forced abdication and exile in 1848.< Less