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LEVERS By Thomas Stanley Vail
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A dystopian view of mental health and prisons. Strong existential theme runs throughout.
Suite in Am - Lever harp By Robert De Visée, Arr. Robin Ward
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A suite from the French Baroque. Originally written for the guitar or lute, this piece has been arranged and edited for the lever harp. This piece is of a intermediate to moderately difficult level... More > of difficulty and includes a significant number of lever changes. All lever changes have been marked and where necessary I have suggested some fingerings for passages where the right hand needs to play both the treble and bass while the left hand is moving levers. Not a piece for lever harpists afraid of moving levers.< Less
stones tones and audible levers By rohn bayes
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Selected from the author's blog, rohnbayesjourney, these 48 poems made the trek to paper and print. The style is quirky, obscure, silly, sublime and humorous. The black and white photos provide... More > some illumination on the scene. The last poem . . . not to give away the plot but it does have something to do with cavemen.< Less
stones tones and audible levers By rohn bayes
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Selected from the author's blog, rohnbayesjourney, these 48 poems made the trek to paper and print. The style is quirky, obscure, silly, sublime and humorous. The black and white photos provide... More > some illumination on the scene. The last poem . . . not to give away the plot but it does have something to do with cavemen.< Less
How to Make Wax Flowers By Eleanor Lever
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How to Make Wax Flowers by Eleanor Lever, first published in 1886. Nothing can be more lovely than floral designs for home decoration or as gifts to friends, who would highly value the handiwork of... More > the giver, and ladies of limited means will find it a source of increasing their income in a very substantial manner.< Less
Wondering Along A Dark Path By Garry Lever
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The path of Karate knows no end, and is one which the student can follow for an entire lifetime. Drawing extensively upon his own training experiences, research, and discussions with some of the... More > worlds most prominent masters, the author presents a series of short articles relating to the spirit, history and training methods of Okinawan Karate-Do. Generously illustrated throughout with numerous photographs from the author’s personal collection, this book can be enjoyed by experienced practitioners and beginners alike.< Less
Organized Chaos By Karla Levering
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Collection of short stories written throughout the class of AP Composition at Liberty High School in 2013 by Karla Levering.
Charles O'Malley By CHARLES LEVER
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CHARLES LEVER Charles O'Malley The author of "Charles O'Malley," perhaps the most typical of Irish novelists, was of English descent on his father's side. But Charles James Lever himself... More > was Irish by birth, being born at Dublin on August 31, 1806--Irish in sentiment and distinctly Irish in temperament. In geniality and extravagance he bore much resemblance to the gay, riotous spirits he has immortalised in his books. "Of all the men I have ever encountered," says Trollope, "he was the surest fund of drollery." Lever was intended for medicine; but financial difficulties forced him to return to literature. His first story was "Harry Lorrequer," published in 1837. It was followed in 1840 by "Charles O'Malley, the Irish Dragoon," which established his reputation as one of the first humorists of his day. The story is the most popular of all Lever's works, and in many respects the most characteristic.< Less
Charles O'Malley [Christmas Summary Classics] By Charles Lever
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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially... More > crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About the Book The author of "Charles O'Malley," perhaps the most typical of Irish novelists, was of English descent on his father's side. But Charles James Lever himself was Irish by birth, being born at Dublin on August 31, 1806--Irish in sentiment and distinctly Irish in temperament. In geniality and extravagance he bore much resemblance to the gay, riotous spirits he has immortalised in his books. "Of all the men I have ever encountered," says Trollope, "he was the surest fund of drollery." Lever was intended for medicine; but financial difficulties forced him to return to literature.< Less
Tom Burke Of "Ours" By Charles Lever
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Tom Burke of "Ours" In 1840 Charles Lever, on an invitation from Sir John Crompton, Secretary to the British Embassy in Belgium, forsook Ireland for Brussels, where for a time he followed... More > his profession of medicine. Two years later an offer of the editorship of the "Dublin University Magazine" recalled him to Ireland, when he definitely abandoned a medical career and settled down to literature permanently. The first fruit of that appointment was "Tom Burke of Ours," published, after running serially in the magazine, in 1844. It is more serious in tone than any of his preceding works; in it the author utilises the rich colouring gained from his long residence in France, and the book is less remarkable for the complex, if vigorous, story it contains than for its graphic and exciting pictures of men and events in the campaigns of Napoleon Many of its episodes are conceived in the true spirit of romance.< Less