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Within My Window: A collection of thoughtful poetry By Valencia Darnita Robinson
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"Within My Window" is a collection of "thoughts-full" poetry from an awakening moment in the author's life. It's a peek into that private place ... that place where you finally... More > know that God is, people just are, and life was meant to be ... according to your side of the story. We all have our perspectives, and "Within My Window" is just another perspective to the same story we call "life." You're invited to take a peek within her window.< Less
A Glimpse to Open Pt. Eye [I] By Danielle Sainte-Marie
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A Glimpse to Open, Deluxe, is a poetry book meant to help you learn how to think mythologically and metaphorically and then bring those lessons from art and nature into your fuller, real life. It is... More > for the seeker of wisdom in life, only! If you ever wanted to understand poetry in a deeper, more significant way, this is the book for you! I give you all the tools necessary to begin appreciating this and other fine arts in life, through the essays and explanations of my poems that are found throughout the book. This is part one and part two in the series is available now!< Less
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A Journey Through Women’s Poetry 2 By Wendy Swanson
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A Journey Through Women’s Poetry Volume One is a remarkable collection of poetry as well as historical accounts of some of the most loved and famous female poets in history.A must have... More > collection for any poetry library.< Less
Greatest Works of the Brontë Sisters: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Agnes Grey, The Professor, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Shirley & Villette By Charlotte Brontë et al.
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The Brontës were a nineteenth-century literary family in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. Charlotte (born 21 April 1816), Emily (born 30 July 1818), and Anne (born 17 January 1820), are... More > well known as poets and novelists. They originally published their novels under masculine pseudonyms, like Currer Bell. Their stories immediately attracted attention, for their passion and originality. This collection contains his best works (Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Agnes Grey, The Professor, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Shirley & Villette), in their original editions. Review, design and indexing by Century eBooks.< Less
The Paper-House By Stephanie Bryant Anderson
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Stephanie Bryant Anderson is the most extreme of confessional poets. She is eager to lay her emotion down upon the skin, no matter how many punches she has taken. She does not back away from the... More > ugliness of any emotion, but rather, embraces that, to later mold it into something beautiful. Her poetry explores life without meekness, modesty, or discretion. Stephanie hopes to harness and translate her perspective through beautiful and devastating proportion. Through careful self-reflection, her experiences find themselves deluged with a candor and eloquence that one would be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.< Less
My Zen, Thoughts of Her Tao Moorish Zen By Israel Moor-X Bey-El
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“I am Moor We R Moors, Moor’s History Months.” It is also a literary quickie with a collection of leftover thoughts from said book. Nonetheless this journal has several underline... More > themes. Such as focusing thoughts on the days of the week & a 24 hour cycling of poetic reading on original insights about life which are often set from a Moorish Zen prospective. This is indeed a rare literary gift which so happen to be reflecting also a special underline forwarding on life most beautifully creation the females. Even so this publication also follows a reading flow on few other aspects of human’s social living including featured extrapolative poetic quotes on some distinguishable authors and writers throughout the literary history of colonial occupation into the “new territory.” This book is a great learning tool on self-discovery]< Less
The girl in the black hoodie By Gina Devlin
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A small poetry book by long time college student Gina Devlin. From the book: An introduction female poet failure in suburban metro Detroit writes good lines about distractions and... More > misadventures from the life of a would be college dropout< Less
Elektra by Sophocles By Steven Martinez
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'Elektra' presents a defining example of women in Greek drama. For a society so obsessed with male authority, the ancient Greek poets created an impressive gallery of female characters who often... More > overwhelm their counterparts in sheer dramatic expression. These plays, both in their mournful character and emotional turbulence, show the level to which the Greeks understood female power as a dramatic locus. The resulting tension gives Greek Tragedy its imperishable quality. Elektra, by Sophocles, presents the tragic tale of the House of Atreus, uniquely conveyed from the perspective of Orestes’ sister.< Less
Miriam's Iris, or Angels in the Garden By Maja Trochimczyk
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The genesis of this poetry collection includes years of travelling and an internal journey leading to a serene California garden. The map of the stages on the journey is created by the appearances of... More > six angels: Amor, the angel of romance; Eros, the angel of desire; Eloe, the angel of sorrow; Thanatos, the angel of death; Ellenai, the angel of consolation; and Sophia, the angel of timeless wisdom. Eros and Thanatos are Greek twins; Amor is their baby cousin. Eloe died of sorrow and Ellenai carried her on his wings in Juliusz Slowacki’s romantic drama, Anhelli. Sophia needs no introductions, since she is the wise Queen, the best friend of Rumi and Christian mystics. Nature mysticism is captured in vignettes of words (Interludes and the In Passing series) and images (44 color photographs of Southern California trees, flowers, rocks, and mountains). The author, Maja Trochimczyk is a Polish-American poet, music historian and non-profit director based in Los Angeles.< Less

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