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Jim Hawkins By Roy boobyer
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Jim Hawkins is reduced to poverty and in debtors prison. Rescued by the son of Long John Silver,the duo go in search of the pirate Captain Flint's hoard of silver.They are joined in this venture by... More > three other companions.After many adventures on their voyage they finally arrive at their desination< Less
The Spike Garden By Jim Hawkins
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“Dogs bark at those with whom we are angry, show their teeth to those whom we hate, and hump themselves on those that we desire. In short they display that which we are not permitted to display... More > by the rules of the veil that calls itself polite society.” “The child can take two paths to creating the adult. The first is the path of Pygmalion. He carved from ivory a statue that he loved. He made offerings and sacrifices and his statue was granted life by Aphrodite. Was the statue granted life because Pygmalion's diligence and sculpting skill pleased his patron? Or was it the beauty of the statue that pleased her? No, it was the sacrifices. The child must sacrifice much before the gods allow him to become a fully living adult. Pygmalion's statue aged and died with him. The child is cruelly denied this experience. The child must also give up its own life for the adult to live. Sometimes one or both of its parents must do the same. The second path that the child may take is that of Hephaestus.”< Less
The Spike Garden By Jim Hawkins
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“Dogs bark at those with whom we are angry, show their teeth to those whom we hate, and hump themselves on those that we desire. In short they display that which we are not permitted to display... More > by the rules of the veil that calls itself polite society.” “The child can take two paths to creating the adult. The first is the path of Pygmalion. He carved from ivory a statue that he loved. He made offerings and sacrifices and his statue was granted life by Aphrodite. Was the statue granted life because Pygmalion's diligence and sculpting skill pleased his patron? Or was it the beauty of the statue that pleased her? No, it was the sacrifices. The child must sacrifice much before the gods allow him to become a fully living adult. Pygmalion's statue aged and died with him. The child is cruelly denied this experience. The child must also give up its own life for the adult to live. Sometimes one or both of its parents must do the same. The second path that the child may take is that of Hephaestus.”< Less
The Spike Garden: A Pointed Person and the People Impaled By Jim Hawkins
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"Dogs bark at those with whom we are angry, show their teeth to those whom we hate, and hump themselves on those that we desire. In short they display that which we are not permitted to display... More > by the rules of the veil that calls itself polite society."The child can take two paths to creating the adult.The first is the path of Pygmalion. He carved from ivory a statue that he loved. He made offerings and sacrifices and his statue was granted life by Aphrodite. Was the statue granted life because Pygmalion's diligence and sculpting skill pleased his patron Or was it the beauty of the statue that pleased her No, it was the sacrifices.The child must sacrifice much before the gods allow him to become a fully living adult. Pygmalion's statue aged and died with him. The child is cruelly denied this experience. The child must also give up its own life for the adult to live. Sometimes one or both of its parents must do the same. The second path that the child may take is that of Hephaestus."< Less
THE ATAVIST By Jennifer Hawkins
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Jim and William are from different worlds. The former is a wealthy financial analyst while the latter is a NYC detective. They have one thing in common: Their friendship, which was forged during an... More > investigation of a woman's apparent suicide in an Upper West Side apartment complex where Jim resides. Jim believes she was murdered. His obsession with the closed case threatens both his friendship with William and his own sanity< Less
Cathey Family With 32 Immigrant Allied and Collateral Families By Jim White
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This is a new approach for us to publish the genealogical history of a particular family in that, we opted to include key Allied and Collateral families along with the primary family immigrants. We... More > define Allied families as being of a different surname that directly married a member of the primary family. We define Collateral families as being of a surname of persons that directly married into an Allied family. Immigrant surnames included in this book: Cathey, Buckner, Tidwell, Villard (Willard), Kimball (Kimbell), Simms, Stubbs, Lynch (Linch), Stanley, Lumkin, Mercer, Harvey #1, Davis, Hawkins, Rentz, Harvey #2, Holloway, Bullock & Henley, Griffin, Webb, Sterling, Clements, Dalbye, Avery, Tillman, Barradall, Carpenter, Williams, Darnall, Jordan, Degraffenried, Smith< Less
The Alternative Treasure Island Song Sheets By David Barrett
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Song sheets to accompany the musical, consisting of melody lines and chord symbols. The tunes are well-known folk melodies. Loosely based on RL Stevenson's novel. Billy Bones, a retired pirate, is... More > drinking in the tavern run by Mrs Hawkins and her son, Jim. He receives a letter with the 'black spot', a pirates curse. This causes him to have heart failure and he dies. Mrs Hawkins and Jim discover a treasure map in Bones' sea chest, just as the pirates arrive to claim the map. Jim escapes to the Squire's house with the map and the adventure begins.< Less
The Alternative Treasure Island Song Sheets By David Barrett
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Song sheets to accompany the musical, consisting of melody lines and chord symbols. The tunes are well-known folk melodies. Loosely based on RL Stevenson's novel. Billy Bones, a retired pirate, is... More > drinking in the tavern run by Mrs Hawkins and her son, Jim. He receives a letter with the 'black spot', a pirates curse. This causes him to have heart failure and he dies. Mrs Hawkins and Jim discover a treasure map in Bones' sea chest, just as the pirates arrive to claim the map. Jim escapes to the Squire's house with the map and the adventure begins.< Less
Treasure Island By Robert Louis Stevenson
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The novel is divided into 6 parts and 34 chapters: Jim Hawkins is the narrator of all except for chapters 16-18 which are narrated by Doctor Livesey. The novel opens in a seaside village in... More > south-west England in the mid-18th century. The narrator, James "Jim" Hawkins, is the young son of the owners of the Admiral Benbow Inn. An old drunken seaman named Billy Bones becomes a long-term lodger at the inn, only paying for about the first week of his stay. Jim quickly realizes that Bones is in hiding< Less
Treasure Island (Illustrated) By Robert Louis Stevenson
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The thrilling adventure story of Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. The central character is Jim Hawkins who meets an old pirate, Billy Bones, who has in his possession a map showing the... More > location of Captain Flint's treasure. When Bones dies, Jim and his mother open his sea chest and find the map in an oilskin packet. Squire Trelawney, Dr. Livesey, Jim, and a small crew with Captain Smollett, sail for Treasure Island in a small ship, the Hispaniola. Jim discovers that the crew of the Hispaniola includes pirates. After several adventures the pirates are defeated, Jim befriends with Long John, and the treasure is found. Jim and his friends sail back to England.< Less