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The six sentences of the header (on every numbered page, starting on page 7 and going to page 194) are printed in a different colored ink to indicate a time shift as specified by the Folio Society in their edition of “The Sound and the Fury”... By Todd Van Buskirk
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The six sentences of the header (on every numbered page, starting on page 7 and going to page 194) are printed in a different colored ink to indicate a time shift as specified by the Folio Society in... More > their edition of “The Sound and the Fury” (this first sentence being light blue for spring, 1910, with Benjy pining at gate for Caddy and chasing the girl) with words in italics “indicating changes of events.” This second sentence being alpine green (December 23, 1908). This third sentence being dark red (1900, Benjy’s name change). This fourth sentence being purple (1910, father’s death). This fifth sentence being orange (1906, when Caddy gives perfume to Dilsey). This six sentence being yellow (spring or early summer 1908).< Less
Reading for Understanding, Year A By ETC Press
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Aimed to help students develop an understanding for literature analysis, and reading comprehension. Each one of the sections contains information and activities for developing a daily CRC, conducting... More > a character analysis, working with a mind map, completing a cause and effect graphic organizer, writing a section summary, analysis, comprehension questions, and creating a story map. Connections contains: Education of Little Tree,Sweetgrass, The Outsiders,The Light in the Forest. Explorations contains: The Slave Dancer, The Right Stuff, The Giver, Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible voyage Systems contains: The Chocolate War, Cannery Row, The Fixer, Number the Stars. Identity contains: Kim, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, Travels with Charley, Year of Impossible Good-byes. Interdependence Contains: Ishmael, California Blue, The Legacy of Luna< Less
Oral Traditional Tales from the Democratic Republic of Congo By Tanzania Educational Publishers Ltd
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This book is both interesting and original. It uses a compilation of some Congolese Traditional Tales for teaching English by having recourse to modern teaching standards. These tales belong to the... More > oral tradition: they have been transmitted from mouth to mouth. Parents or adults usually tell them to children in the evenings around a fire or under a starry blue sky. These tales have been reduced to the rank of simple folklore for a long time. But, thanks to this book, they have come out of darkness, have come to light, have been given their real value and can be let known to a large audience. This book shows that these tales are not told aimlessly; they have an educational objective in the sense that they inculcate in children’s minds values and principles which will permit them to get along well with the members of their communities and teach them to be cautious, shrewd and wise enough to cope successfully with life’s challenges.< Less
Reminiscences of a Rebel By Wayland Fuller Dunaway
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In April 1861, upon the outbreak of Civil War in the United States, Wayland Fuller Dunaway left his college classroom and entered the ranks of the men who fought the bloodiest war ever waged on the... More > North American continent. A Captain in the Army of Northern Virginia, he marched hundreds of miles in Stonewall Jackson’s command; saw Generals Lee and Longstreet; was among the first soldiers to fight at Gettysburg, where he also participated in Pickett's Charge; and fought against the lines of strangers in blue who, no matter how many times they were defeated, always returned to invade his beloved Virginia. We have no time machine with which to visit the America of 1861, but Captain Dunaway's “humble narrative of an inconsequential participant” in the Civil War shines a light back through the mists of time to show what we were like as a people – how we fought, how we thought, and how we treated our friends and enemies.< Less
Reminiscences of a Rebel By Wayland Fuller Dunaway
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In April 1861, upon the outbreak of Civil War in the United States, Wayland Fuller Dunaway left his college classroom and entered the ranks of the men who fought the bloodiest war ever waged on the... More > North American continent. A Captain in the Army of Northern Virginia, he marched hundreds of miles in Stonewall Jackson’s command; saw Generals Lee and Longstreet; was among the first soldiers to fight at Gettysburg, where he also participated in Pickett's Charge; and fought against the lines of strangers in blue who, no matter how many times they were defeated, always returned to invade his beloved Virginia. We have no time machine with which to visit the America of 1861, but Captain Dunaway's “humble narrative of an inconsequential participant” in the Civil War shines a light back through the mists of time to show what we were like as a people – how we fought, how we thought, and how we treated our friends and enemies.< Less
THE HISTORY OF BAGELS IN AMERICA By MARC FINTZ
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The Artisan Bagel is the most iconic food ever made in the City of New York. It has become identified and synonomous with NYC itself. While people love them, most know little about their origins,... More > the features that make them distinct from other bread, and their ties to the history of the Jewish people. Marc Fintz sheds a light on those issues and on the movement to make the Bagel a distinctly American food, rather than a Jewish, or NYC Food. This work is transcribed from a lecture series on the history of Jewish Foods, hosted by the Davidovich Bakery, on the Lower East Side of New York City in the Summer of 2019. The work is a transcription of the July 2019 lecture on the “The History of Bagels in America” by Marc Fintz, which took place at the historic Blue Moon Hotel before a sold out crowd.< Less
Nothing To Write Home About By Pete Byrne
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“Nothing to Write Home About” is a lightly fictionalized memoir of a now distant period of recent American History, “The Cold War.” In mid-1950s America, a rite of male... More > passage was a couple of years of non-threatening, peacetime military service. By 1955, the war in Korea was two years past and Vietnam was still just a name. For the author, then aged eighteen, the Army offered an escape from the confines of a blue-collar neighborhood, a first opening on and into a larger world, a semi-grownup world filled with characters from all over the country, some good, some not so good and some just outlandish. Two years in the Army, with duty in South Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado and finally Germany became, unknowingly at the time, one of the genuinely educational and more memorable experiences of a lifetime.< Less
Nothing to Write Home About - A Fictionalized Memoir of Cold War Military Service By Pete Byrne
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“Nothing to Write Home About” is a lightly fictionalized memoir of a now distant period of recent American History, “The Cold War.” In mid-1950s America, a rite of male... More > passage was a couple of years of non-threatening, peacetime military service. By 1955, the war in Korea was two years past and Vietnam was still just a name. For the author, then aged eighteen, the Army offered an escape from the confines of a blue-collar neighborhood, a first opening on and into a larger world, a semi-grownup world filled with characters from all over the country, some good, some not so good and some just outlandish. Two years in the Army, with duty in South Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado and finally Germany became, unknowingly at the time, one of the genuinely educational and more memorable experiences of a lifetime.< Less
And His Name, Just Plain Jim By Jim Reid
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Eyes so blue. Cheeks so round. Tips the scale at twenty pounds. Eight months now since God sent him And his name, just plain Jim. Skin so fair, hair so light Six big teeth, and a smile that's... More > bright. That's our darling baby boy. He fills our hearts with pride and joy. Jim Reid's mother, Grace, wrote these words shortly after he was born. The only son of Joseph and Grace Reid, Jim grew up on Davidson Avenue in St. Louis with two sisters, one of whom he thought was supposed to be a puppy. He recalls growing up in the days of milk delivered by wagons into the age of the Internet. The former Chaplain to the Las Vegas Strip, he tells stories of his childhood in this memoir.< Less
River's Run: Lords of Kassis Book 1 By S. E. Smith
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River Knight, a circus performer, discovers her two friends being kidnapped by aliens. Sneaking aboard the spaceship, she discovers they are not the only ones captured. Torak Ja Kel Coradon cannot... More > believe the three unusual women who save him and his men from certain death. He has other plans when he sees the blue-eyed warrior woman. He will claim her as his and take her to his home on Kassis. When an assassin threatens Torak’s life, River has to show him even a circus performer can be a warrior when challenged. The biggest challenge is to Torak’s mind as he discovers women from other galaxies are more than they seem. Can their love overcome the chasm of a few million light years or will an assassin end it all?< Less

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