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Bernard, the Christmas Beagle By Deborah K. Wright
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It is three days until Christmas. As the clock ticks slower than usual, Gracie, Natalie, and Ella wonder if Santa will ever arrive. Thankfully Bernard, the family’s beagle, is about to come to... More > the rescue. Prompted by their mother, the girls’ father helps pass the time by weaving a captivating tale of Bernard and how he played an important role in helping during the very first Christmas. As Bernard’s journey takes him toward a bright star, he must use his special beagle hunting skills to lead the shepherds to baby Jesus. But will they find Him in time? In this inspirational children’s tale, three little girls learn the fictionalized story of their family beagle’s journey as he attempts to help the shepherds during the first Christmas.< Less
Bernard, the Christmas Beagle By Deborah K. Wright
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It is three days until Christmas. As the clock ticks slower than usual, Gracie, Natalie, and Ella wonder if Santa will ever arrive. Thankfully Bernard, the family’s beagle, is about to come to... More > the rescue. Prompted by their mother, the girls’ father helps pass the time by weaving a captivating tale of Bernard and how he played an important role in helping during the very first Christmas. As Bernard’s journey takes him toward a bright star, he must use his special beagle hunting skills to lead the shepherds to baby Jesus. But will they find Him in time? In this inspirational children’s tale, three little girls learn the fictionalized story of their family beagle’s journey as he attempts to help the shepherds during the first Christmas.< Less
Life and Times of St. Bernard By JAMES COTTER MORISON
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JAMES COTTER MORISON Life and Times of St. Bernard James Augustus Cotter Morison, English essayist and historian, was born in London on April 20, 1832, and was the son of the inventor and proprietor... More > of "Morison's Pills." His first years were spent in Paris, where he laid the foundation of his intimate knowledge of the French people. After graduating at Oxford, he wrote for the "Saturday Review" and other papers, and in 1863 brought out his "Life and Times of Saint Bernard." His other chief work is entitled "The Service of Man: an Essay towards the Religion of the Future," published in 1886. He had projected an historical study of France under Louis XIV., but never completed it. He died on February 26, 1888. Morison was a Positivist, and had many friends in that group, and his rich mind and genial temper endeared him to several of the leading literary men of his time, such as George Meredith, Mark Pattison and Matthew Arnold.< Less
Saint Bernard Nuit By Klaudio Zic
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August 2009 Moon in Sextans as it contemplates Neo in the underworld. Sextans initiation for Masons and incipient astrologers. The secrets of a sacred astrology that was completely screened from the... More > public. Complete RTRRT instant magick initiation inside.< Less
The Adventures of Bernard the Dragon By J.J. Smith
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Many years ago, before you were born, before your parents were born and before their parents were born, there was a strange and magical land called Quinkanna. Quinkanna was a peaceful land ruled by... More > the kindest King and Queen ever to have lived. The King and Queen lived peacefully with their two young children; Prince Benjamin the Wild and Princess Jessica the Wise. The last time their land had been threatened was during the Great Dragon War when the fiercest dragons had nearly destroyed Quinkanna. No dragon had been seen in Quinkanna for a thousand years. Until now. The discovery of a friendly dragon cub in the land followed by a mysterious illness that befalls the beautiful Princess Jessica threatens to destroy the happiness that had been bestowed on the land for so many years. When the wisest healers in the land are unable to cure the child it falls to the brave little dragon cub to take on an incredible quest to save her, and all of Quinkanna, from the threat of the Wonambi Dragons!< Less
On the Prospects of Christianity Bernard Shaw's Preface to Androcles and the Lion By Bernard Shaw
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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: Nobel Prize in Literature 1925George Bernard Shaw (26 July... More > 1856 – 2 November 1950), known at his insistence simply as Bernard Shaw, was an Irish playwright, critic and polemicist whose influence on Western theatre, culture and politics extended from the 1880s to his death and beyond. He wrote more than sixty plays, including major works such as Man and Superman (1902), Pygmalion (1912) and Saint Joan (1923). With a range incorporating both contemporary satire and historical allegory, Shaw became the leading dramatist of his generation, and in 1925 was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.Born in Dublin, Shaw moved to London in 1876, where he struggled to establish himself as a writer and novelist, and embarked on a rigorous process of self-education. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Bernard_Shaw< Less
Some Letters of Saint Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux By St. Bernard of Clairvaux
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"The letters of great and good men give us information about them which can be derived from no other source," say Frank Gasquet, one of the organizers of this book. Unlike any other... More > literature, a letter provides us with a window into the soul of its author. It addition to their great historical importance, the letters of Saint Bernard give us an indicator of St. Bernard's religious and political influence. St. Bernard exchanged letters with men and women of many different statures--his correspondents included monks, deacons, bishops, abbots, kings, holy virgins, countesses, popes, dukes, and duchesses. St. Bernard was always lively in his presentation and pleasant in his tone, even when he was fiercely defending his faith. He frequently incorporated biblical allusions in his writing. He also relied heavily on the trusted teachings of St. Ambrose and St. Augustine. There is much truth and warmth to be found in the letters of St. Bernard. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
George Bernard Shaw Series Four: The Man of Destiny By George Bernard Shaw
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The Man of Destiny is an 1897 play by George Bernard Shaw. It was published as a part of Plays Pleasant, which also included Arms and the Man, Candida and You Never Can Tell. Shaw titled the volume... More > Plays Pleasant in order to contrast it with his first book of plays, Plays Unpleasant.-----George Bernard Shaw besides being a music and drama critic, was the most famous Irish playwright. He was born in Dublin in a protestant family, George Bernard Shaw got a wide literary and musical culture.----- Having endeavoured vainly to publish five novels, George Bernard Shaw took an interest since 1892 in theatre for which he wrote more than fifty plays. He used a style where his humorous liveliness, which was better shown to advantage, did with him an uncontested master of the English theatre. In his first plays, very committed but not very often played, George Bernard Shaw criticized the social abuses.--- In this series we are presenting some of his all time best plays. Enjoy reading!< Less
George Bernard Shaw Series Three: Candida By George Bernard Shaw
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Candida, a comedy by playwright George Bernard Shaw, was first published in 1898, as part of his Plays Pleasant. The central characters are clergyman James Morell, his wife Candida and a youthful... More > poet, Eugene Marchbanks, who tries to win Candida's affections. The play questions Victorian notions of love and marriage, asking what a woman really desires from her husband. The cleric is a Christian Socialist, allowing Shaw—himself a Fabian Socialist—to weave political issues, current at the time, into the story.< Less
George Bernard Shaw Series Six: The Devil’s Disciple By George Bernard Shaw
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The Devil's Disciple is an 1897 play written by Irish dramatist, George Bernard Shaw. The play is Shaw's eighth, and after Richard Mansfield's original 1897 American production it was his first... More > financial success, which helped to affirm his career as a playwright. It was published in Shaw's 1901 collection Three Plays for Puritans together with Captain Brassbound's Conversion and Caesar and Cleopatra. Set in Colonial America during the Revolutionary era, the play tells the story of Richard Dudgeon, a local outcast and self-proclaimed "Devil's disciple". In a twist characteristic of Shaw's love of paradox, Dudgeon sacrifices himself in a Christ-like gesture despite his professed Infernal allegiance.< Less

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