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Sandford and Merton By THOMAS DAY
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THOMAS DAY Sandford and Merton Thomas Day was born in London on June 22, 1748, and educated at the Charterhouse and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Entering the Middle Temple in 1765, he was... More > called to the Bar ten years later, but never practised. A contemporary and disciple of Rousseau, he convinced himself that human suffering was, in the main, the result of the artificial arrangements of society, and inheriting a fortune at an early age he spent large sums in philanthropy. A poem written by him in 1773, entitled "The Dying Negro," has been described as supplying the keynote of the anti-slavery movement. His "History of Sandford and Merton," published in three volumes between the years 1783 and 1789, provided a channel through which many generations of English people have imbibed a kind of refined Rousseauism.< Less
Tales from the Carver Creative Writers By Carver Creative Writing Club
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This is a book of poetry and prose by the Creative Writing Club at George Washington Carver High School. It is our first publication. This year we have been meeting in Mr. Stine's classroom after... More > school on Tuesdays and writing. Creative Writing is about getting down whatever needs to be gotten down on paper, whether it's a short story or a poem of any kind. We can all write whatever we want, and there are no requirements for what we have to be working on. We have many different voices and styles in the writing club, so reading this will be like tasting samples from many different worlds. The writers are: Sydney Smith, Felice De Danann, Allen Hamming, Sorina Munteanu, Nadia Garcia, Colin Regan, Grace Fernandez, and Scott Stine. I hope that you will enjoy reading this book of modern literature, and will find yourself stepping into the imaginations of the Carver Creative Writers.< Less
The Solitary of Juan Fernandez, or the Real Robinson Crusoe By M. Xavier
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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: Xavier Boniface Saintine (10 July 1798 – 21 January 1865)... More > was a French dramatist and novelist.He was born Joseph Xavier Boniface in Paris in 1798. In 1823, he produced a volume of poetry in the manner of the Romanticists, entitled Poèmes, odes, épîtres. In 1836 appeared Picciola, a novel about the comte de Charney, a political prisoner in Piedmont, whose reason was saved by his cultivation of a tiny flower growing between the paving stones of his prison yard. This story is a masterpiece of the sentimental kind, and has been translated into many European languages. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X._B._Saintine< Less
instruction manual for the "NOT" theory: a mathematical mistake By Emiko René Lewis-Sanchez
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The “Not” Theory raises the question, “How can one be free from intellectual constraints?” It then gives a basic, elementary response and reasoning. This begs the question,... More > “Is it correct?” You will not find the answer here. Instead, the book is an instruction manual/preparation guide/workbook for testing the “Not” Theory: a structure to bring together a group of 7 artists (from any medium) to create an art project of any kind (i.e. a series of paintings, sculptures, poems, photographs, a video, theater, dance, multi-media project, etc.) It is broken down into three phases: Constraints (X), Destruction (Adding Y to X), and Freedom. The group must experience Phase I together, in the format given. However, Phase II and III cannot be forced onto the group. They must choose to continue testing the theory. Last question: “Is freedom possible?” It is up to you to determine.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Summer Solstice 2009 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Summer's gentle breezes encourage us to slow down, look around, and drink in the beauty of nature. The smallest grasshopper can offer a warm chuckle. Dragonflies balance on thin branches. Roses and... More > marigolds are life's living jewels. Intermingled with these images are visions of a different dimension. One poem puzzles at the mystery of autism. Another immerses us in a summer thunderstorm. The stories accompany us on journeys - to a subterranean memorial in France, to an ancient church in Malta, to a quiet farm in rural India. Become immersed in an account of attending Obama's inauguration in Washington DC. Then nestle in for more personal stories - the helpless sadness as a father's life fades, the nervous pride as a mother watches her child stretch his wings and fly. End with the warm embrace of immense inspiration via singer Mary Travers, member of Peter, Paul and Mary. Mary touches millions with her social activism. Her final words in the interview: "Be kind to your neighbor."< Less
The Mind's Road to God By Saint Bonaventure
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In THE MIND'S ROAD TO GOD, St. Bonaventure maintains that one does not have to be a great rationalist, an erudite theologian, or a doctor of the church to know religious truth. One has only to look... More > about one and observe that certain laws obtain, that there is order - and when it is seen, one has glimpsed a reflection of the Divine Mind. The mysticism of Bonaventure is based on a theory of knowledge that is direct, immediate and nonrational. One sees God's traces in the sensory world, one sees His image in the mind, one sees His goodness in human goodness, one sees His powers in the operations of our own powers. THE MIND'S ROAD TO GOD sets forth in very few pages a whole system of metaphysics; it illustrates a philosophical method; it typifies the thinking of one of the great monastic orders of the West. This book is a kind of prose poem, with a dramatic development of its own as one rises from step to step toward a mystic vision of God.< Less
A Brief Bible History : A Survey of the Old and New Testaments By James Oscar Boyd & John Gresham Machen
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That drama was a tragedy. It became a tragedy because of man's sin. The wonderful poem of creation in Gen., ch. 1, has for the refrain of its six stanzas, "God saw that it was good." Best... More > of all was man, the last and highest of God's works—man, made in "his own image," after his likeness. On the sixth "day," when God made man, God said of his work, "Behold, it was very good." More than that: through the kindness of God man is put in a "garden," and is ordered to "dress it and to keep it." Ch. 2:15. Adam sees his superiority to the rest of the animal kingdom, over which he is given "dominion." He is thus prepared to appreciate the woman as a helpmeet for him, so that the unit of society may ever mean for him one man and one woman with their children. Adam is also warned against sin as having disobedience for its root and death as its result.< Less
Good light By Martinez Roberson
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Who's that old Man In the Mirror It's no one I recognize In there not that I care, for It's Not Me I'm alive with thoughts Of flowers and Birds of Nature There's still some pulsing Through my veir... More > wild thoughts Of things I must share not dull Things poetry In words for all To read and stare who Is that Old Man In the mirror I don't Know, only In good light word Still sounds apoem like good Light I how cleaning doth Reading good Is my mood Prevented poems awarded a Poet I am purifies, popular Misty Morning wondrous twine Good light beauty constantly Prayed ago settled pure kettle Images pink and white once True and kind shadows yet More time passes silently Outside thee goodlight Preposterous wood cavernous.< Less
Good light By Martinez Roberson
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Who's that old Man In the Mirror It's no one I recognize In there not that I care, for It's Not Me I'm alive with thoughts Of flowers and Birds of Nature There's still some pulsing Through my veir... More > wild thoughts Of things I must share not dull Things poetry In words for all To read and stare who Is that Old Man In the mirror I don't Know, only In good light word Still sounds apoem like good Light I how cleaning doth Reading good Is my mood Prevented poems awarded a Poet I am purifies, popular Misty Morning wondrous twine Good light beauty constantly Prayed ago settled pure kettle Images pink and white once True and kind shadows yet More time passes silently Outside thee goodlight Preposterous wood cavernous.< Less
Shakespeare's Menagerie By Laudea Martin
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The second in the Shakespeare's Paragon series, this volume continues where Shakespeare's Zoo left off, pairing the lesser-known words of the great William Shakespeare with Laudea Martin's incredible... More > textured illustrations. Just as with a simple phrase, a line, or even part of a line in a poem or play, Shakespeare is able to convey the richness of a scene, so, too, can Laudea Martin capture the essence of an animal with her illustrations. William Shakespeare was famous for many phrases that we still use today; these are not those phrases. Included in this book are the often overlooked snippets that refer to animals of all kinds—some in general terms, and some very specific. Some even reflect common misunderstandings about the natural world that were prevalent at the time.< Less

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