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Golden Age Goodies By Golden Age
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A collection of reprints of long lost golden age comics from the 1940's to the early 1950's. Hero comics, funny comics, western comics and more!
Golden Age Goodies By Golden Age
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A collection of reprints of long lost golden age comics from the 1940's to the early 1950's. Hero comics, funny comics, western comics and more!
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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Typical of his culture and his era, Grahame casts his reminiscences in imagery and metaphor rooted in the culture of Ancient Greece; to the children whose impressions are recorded in the book, the... More > adults in their lives are “Olympians,” while the chapter titled “The Argonauts” refers to Perseus, Apollo, Psyche, and similar figures of Greek mythology. Grahame’s reminiscences, in The Golden Age and in the later Dream Days (1898), were notable for their conception “of a world where children are locked in perpetual warfare with the adult ‘Olympians’ who have wholly forgotten how it feels to be young”—a theme later explored by J. M. Barrie and other authors< Less
The Golden Age of By J.T. Miller
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A highly personal and personable collection of unique free verse poems that explore ideas of ideas and of romanticism versus reality.
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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"THE masterful wind was up and out, shouting and chasing, the lord of the morning. Poplars swayed and tossed with a roaring swish; dead leaves sprang aloft, and whirled into space; and all the... More > clear-swept heaven seemed to thrill with sound like a great harp. It was one of the first awakenings of the year. The earth stretched herself, smiling in her sleep; and everything leapt and pulsed to the stir of the giant’s movement. With us it was a whole holiday; the occasion a birthday — it matters not whose..."< Less
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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The Golden Age, a historical novel published in 2000 by Gore Vidal, is the seventh and final novel in his Narratives of Empire series.The story begins in 1939 and features many of the characters and... More > events that Gore Vidal introduced in his earlier novel, Washington, D.C. This includes the families of conservative Democratic Senator James Burden Day, and powerful newspaper publisher Blaise Sanford. The book inserts the character of Caroline Sanford, Blaise's half-sister and publishing partner, who was introduced in the prequels to Washington, D.C. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Golden_Age_(Gore_Vidal_novel) Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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The Golden Age of Knowhere is the debut studio album by American band Funeral Party. The album was produced by Lars Stalfors (known for his work with The Mars Volta) with the exception of "New... More > York City Moves to the Sound of L.A." which was produced by David Corcos, and subsequently on RCA Records.The title was inspired by Lord of the Flies with lead singer Chad stating, "I was just really into the idea of a civilization restarting but with a new mentality of, like, kids starting it up. Like something brand new. ""New York City Moves to the Sound of L.A." explores a sense of 'yearning for something to happen' rather than a rivalry of the two cities music scenes. "I was like, 'Fuck! I wish that we could just start our own thing.' And that's why I like being in a band. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Golden_Age_of_Knowhere Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Golden Age By Carl Theophilus Odhner
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The Story of the Most Ancient Church. CONTENTS: The Successive Dispensations -- The Origin of Man -- The Preadamites -- The Church of the Golden Age -- Physiological Characteristics of Primeval Men... More > -- Life in Paradise -- The Heaven of the Golden Age -- The Decline of the Golden Age -- The Age of the Patriarchs -- The Antedeluvians -- Noah and the Flood -- Legends of Creation -- Legends of the Golden Age -- Legends of the Fall and the Patriarchs -- Legends concerning Enoch -- Legends of the Flood. ILLUSTRATIONS AND DIAGRAMS: The Fall -- Noah in his Ark -- The Asherah, or Sacred Tree -- A Chart of the Ages -- The Involution and Evolution of the Word -- Swedenborg's Doctrine of Forms and Degrees -- The Assyrian Fish-god -- Chnemu modelling man -- The Fall -- Mexican representation of Eve, Cain and Abel, and the serpent.< Less
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame, Ernest H. Shepard
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The adventures of five brothers and sisters growing up in rural England in the late nineteenth century. It was the great poet Swinburne who wrote of The Golden Age as "one of the few books which... More > are well-nigh too praiseworthy for praise. The art of writing adequately and receptively about children is among the rarest and most precious of all arts". In its pages, alive with memories of the author's boyhood, a troupe of clever and imaginative youngsters carry out their pranks and adventures, evoking youth for every reader. To illustrate these tender and mischievous reminiscences, there is a new series of drawings depicting the scenes and characters of the stories. These were made especially for this edition by Ernest H. Shepard, whose art reveals that rare duality of appeal to both youth and adult, to each of whom the classics of Kenneth Grahame are perennially addressed.< Less
The Golden Age By Noah Deuae
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Small book of poetry. Something for the eager mind. And the hungry mind. And the poem-eating mind. Within this book waits honesty, from the ground up. Honesty forged by people, places, moving from... More > place to place. And shape to shape. In any modern world poetry is dying to be released. It's trampled and swallowed up and ignored, but it's there, alive and well. All poems should strive to connect one person to another, and you could consider that the primary force working in this book. Mystery, as a law, explores itself here, and with any luck, you'll find a bit of yourself within it's pages. You could call this a.... "travel book".< Less