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Desires of the Heart By Deborah Laurent
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In this newfangled great-American novel, take the journey of Sara O'Brien as she discovers the deceit of her heritage, the betrayal of her past, the anguish of her present, and the resolution of her... More > future as she beckons for her Desire of the Heart. Get entangled in this epic novel from the immigrants of the 1700's through the Civil War, as the choices alter, change, and in some cases - destroy - these engrossing characters.< Less
The Saint's Desire By Samuel Richardson
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The Saint’s Desire, declaring that in Christ’s righteousness only, {and in nothing else} there is life, happiness, peace, strength, comfort, joy, and all fullness of perfection. From the... More > Preface: “My whole aim and scope in all I have written, is, first, to sustain, comfort, and encourage the discouraged soul from sinking in despair, by reason of their many and great sins; secondly, to withdraw the soul from the life of its own hand, to the life of the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation. Thirdly, that the soul might know and live in the assurance of the love of God, which will fill the soul full of life, sweetness, and joy. Fourthly, that the soul should obey Christ, and live to his Glory, and suffer for him. Fifthly, to prevent errors, and to rescue such who belong to Christ, who have through mistake fallen into blunders by the wiles of Satan.” Includes a Biographical Sketch of the Author.< Less
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THE WORLD'S DESIRE By H. Rider Haggard & Andrew Lang
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"Thou that of old didst blind Stesichorus, If e'er, sweet Helen, such a thing befell, We pray thee of thy grace, be good to us, Though little in our tale accordeth well With that thine ancient... More > minstrel had to tell, Who saw, with sightless eyes grown luminous, These Ilian sorrows, and who heard the swell Of ocean round the world ring thunderous, And thy voice break when knightly Hector fell! And thou who all these many years hast borne To see the great webs of the weaving torn By puny hands of dull, o'er-learned men, Homer, forgive us that thy hero's star Once more above sea waves and waves of war, Must rise, must triumph, and must set again!..." < Less
THE WORLD'S DESIRE By H. Rider Haggard & Andrew Lang
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"Thou that of old didst blind Stesichorus, If e'er, sweet Helen, such a thing befell, We pray thee of thy grace, be good to us, Though little in our tale accordeth well With that thine ancient... More > minstrel had to tell, Who saw, with sightless eyes grown luminous, These Ilian sorrows, and who heard the swell Of ocean round the world ring thunderous, And thy voice break when knightly Hector fell! And thou who all these many years hast borne To see the great webs of the weaving torn By puny hands of dull, o'er-learned men, Homer, forgive us that thy hero's star Once more above sea waves and waves of war, Must rise, must triumph, and must set again!..."< Less
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Feminine Desires #44 By SANDY THOMAS
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FEMININE DESIRES-A reporter thinks that feminizing his nephew was a good story but before he knows it, the tables are turned on him. Great illustrations by Puyal. Quote Board. In The Pink.... More > CONTEMPORARY TV FICTION #44. 64 pages< Less
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The Discloser of Desires (Abridged Version) By Mohamed Haj Yousef
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This book is one of two unique versions of one of Ibn Arabi's masterworks: the Turjumân al-Ashwâq and his own commentary on it: Dhakhâìr al-Aălâq. This great work... More > by Ibn Arabi has always been characterized by its bilateral nature; on the outer form it is wonderful pure love poetry, yet it has a distinctive inner interpretation on the spiritual and divine planes. This book has been translated into English at least twice before, but the problem is how to illustrate its two completely different sides at the same time. Therefore, this innovative translation is executed in two different modes; for the poems themselves the rhythmic style was given the priority by concentrating on the sentiments the author desired to disclose, while giving more variations and minutiae when expounding them by translating Ibn Arabi's own commentaries and also extensively linking with related concepts from his other books.< Less