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Hysteria 3 By Linda Parkinson-Hardman
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Hysteria 3 is an anthology of winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2014 Hysteria Writing Competition. Each contribution is designed by the authors, writers and poets to entertain,... More > stimulate and provoke the reader. The competition's theme is Women and each winner has reflected a very different aspect of the glorious, touching and amazing female experience. As well as revealing key moments in women's lives and relationships this anthology paints a rich and vivid picture of life as we experience it. The writers tell us of the big issues and life events; love, hate, abuse, betrayal, birth, marriage and death. Equally, the smaller, more intimate moments are also beautifully observed, often shedding light on the inner landscape of both women and writer. Many of the entries examine the cultural and social encounters we take for granted, and in their telling perhaps encourage us to review our own life events in new ways and with fresh eyes.< Less
Hysteria 3 By Linda Parkinson-Hardman
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Hysteria 3 is an anthology of winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2014 Hysteria Writing Competition. Each contribution is designed by the authors, writers and poets to entertain,... More > stimulate and provoke the reader. The competition's theme is Women and each winner has reflected a very different aspect of the glorious, touching and amazing female experience. As well as revealing key moments in women's lives and relationships this anthology paints a rich and vivid picture of life as we experience it. The writers tell us of the big issues and life events; love, hate, abuse, betrayal, birth, marriage and death. Equally, the smaller, more intimate moments are also beautifully observed, often shedding light on the inner landscape of both women and writer. Many of the entries examine the cultural and social encounters we take for granted, and in their telling perhaps encourage us to review our own life events in new ways and with fresh eyes.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part A By Barbara Jean Mathews
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SOFTCOVER Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation... More > descendants of Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part A covers those descended from Mary (Welles) Baldwin, Ann (Welles) (Thompson) Hawkins, and John Welles. The fifth generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawkins, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part A By Barbara Jean Mathews
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation descendants of... More > Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part A covers those descended from Mary (Welles) Baldwin, Ann (Welles) (Thompson) Hawkins, and John Welles. The fifth generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawkins, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part B By Barbara Jean Mathews
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SOFTCOVER Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation... More > descendants of Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part B covers those descended from Thomas Welles, Samuel Welles, and Sarah (Welles) Chester. This generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawley, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part B By Barbara Jean Mathews
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation descendants of... More > Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part B covers those descended from Thomas Welles, Samuel Welles, and Sarah (Welles) Chester. This generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawley, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
The Perjur'd Husband; or, The Adventures of Venice. A Tragedy By Susanna Centlivre
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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: Susanna Centlivre (c. 1667 to 1670 – 1 December 1723), born... More > Susanna Freeman and also known professionally as Susanna Carroll, was an English poet, actress, and "the most successful female playwright of the eighteenth century". Centlivre’s “pieces continued to be acted after the theatre managers had forgotten most of her contemporaries.” During a long career at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, she became known as the second woman of the English stage, after Aphra Behn.The main source of information on Centlivre's early life is Giles Jacob, who claimed he had received an account of her life directly from her. This was published in The Poetical Register of 1719, but it includes little information about her early life. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susanna_Centlivre< Less
The Topographical Poems of John O'Dubhagain and Giolla Na Naomh O'Hudhrin By John O'Donovan
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Seán Mór Ó Dubhagáin (d.1372) was an Irish Gaelic poet. He was accorded the rank ollamh seanchai (professional historian) to the Uí Maine and recorded Irish clan... More > history up until the Norman invasion of Ireland. The Topographical Poems describe the ancient names of tribes and territories in Ireland. There are also many notes on how the names were anglicised and observations of male and female Irish forenames and their modernised forms. This book is invaluable to those studying the history of Ireland and Irish Surnames. John O'Donovan (Seán Ó Donnabháin), 1806–1861, was from Atateemore, in the parish of Kilcolumb, County Kilkenny, and educated at Hunt's Academy, Waterford. He is widely recognised as one of Ireland's greatest Irish scholars and first historic topographer. Amongst his many contributions is the translation of the Annals of the Four Masters. Check out mypastpresent.com for more titles.< Less
After Parveen Shakir: Poems By Rehan Qayoom
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Parveen Shakir is widely considered to be the greatest Urdu female poet. She was born in Karachi – Pakistan on 24 November 1952 and started writing both prose and poetry at an early age,... More > contributing columns to newspapers and articles to English dailies. Shakir published 5 books of poetry to great acclaim, the first being ‘Khushbu’ [‘Fragrance’] (1976), followed by ‘Sad Barg’ [‘Marsh Marigold’] (1980), ‘Khud Kalami’ [‘Soliloquy’], ‘Inkar’ [‘Denial’] (1990), and ‘Kaf e Aina’ [‘The Mirror's Edge’] besides a collection of her newspaper columns entitled ‘Gosha e Chashm’ [‘The Sight Corner’]. She died in a car accident on 26 December 1994, when her car collided with a bus while on her way to work. 'After Parveen Shakir' is the first substantial selection of Shakir's work translated into English.< Less
Exotic Orchids and Flowers By Joe F. Cardenas,B.S.C.
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Flowers and Orchids Collection Photography by Joe F Cardenas,B.S.C. The Flowers in many cultures are associated with femininity. As an artist I consider flowers a symbol of the female genitalia:... More > sensual and delicate, fragile and beautiful, with a distinct luring aroma that entices the reproductive process of life. My Inspiration to start a Photo collection of wild Flowers specifically Orchids started on a trip to Brazil. I was fascinated to find a variety of flowers equal and similar to other flowers in countries so far and distant to each other. Places like: Hawaii in The Pacific, Nicaragua in Central America and the southernmost part of Brazil in South America (see Photo of The Botanical Gardens in Curitiba, State of Parana, Brazil). For any garden-lover or nature lover orchid is In fact the most desired flower plant. Because of their varied and colorful appearance, flowers have long been a favorite subject of visual artists as well as poets.< Less

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