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Renoir: 152 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) was a French leading painter in the development of the Impressionist movement. As a celebrator of beauty, and especially feminine sensuality, it has been said... More > that "Renoir is the final representative of a tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau." He obviously loved the young of all ages; he seems to have been on of very few painters who could express the delicate appearing of young people and various aspects of their characters. He also clearly loved all women, from little girls to youngsters, working girls and fleshy peasant women, to fashionable upper middle class ladies. This 19th century artist was able to capture the French sensibility of a bourgeois industrial revolution through his numerous images, including his works on paper. He also frequently used pastel to depict those dear to him, it was because pastel, which combines color with line, gave him the possibility of working rapidly to capture in all their vividness and the brief show of emotion.< Less
Renoir: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir is best known for his feminine and ethereal compositions of everyday life among women and children. He obviously loved the young of all ages; he seems to have been on of very... More > few painters who could express the delicate appearing of young people and various aspects of their characters. He also clearly loved all women, from little girls to youngsters, working girls and fleshy peasant women, to fashionable upper middle class ladies. He had a special gift of depicting female nudes with warmth and affection; making light play on their fresh delicate skin seemed to come to life under his touch. This 19th century artist was able to capture the French sensibility of a bourgeoning industrial revolution through his numerous images, including his works on paper. This book with masterpieces include some of Renoir's most popular drawings, etchings and prints which have been able to capture his genius and artistry as one of history's greatest Impressionists.< Less
A BULLY! SHOULD I SPEW INK? By Susan QUEUE
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Have you ever been bullied? Anyone can be bullied, young people, middle aged people, and old people. This book describes what to do if you meet up with a bully. Bullies can be anywhere! They can be... More > in your school, your neighborhood, cyberspace, even in your family. Do you know when to report a bully? Do you know who to report to if you become victimized? What can educators do to understand the bully? How can the educator help the victim? In this book cute little zoo animals describe what they would have done differently to handle a bully. This book can be used by educators to assist students with techniques to help them find alternative ways to avoid a bully or can assist with a coping strategy. This story uses a delightful mix of zoo animals including an octopus who shoots ink as a coping method for bullying. It gives the bullied victim a means to gain control back over their life and helpful suggestions on how to avoid another bullying event.< Less
Autumn Changes --Part III By Red Jordan Arobateau
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----Transman is an artist, a spiritual searcher, & a sexual libertine. Arobateau’s style is to flash back & forth in his memories rather then a typical linear progression. A different... More > date annotates the subsequent paragraph, and locates the reader immediate in time: 1972 Transman purchases a kingsized bed.--Visualizing many hot naked females in it. Does not realize it will be nearly 15 solid years of more aloneness interspersed by 4 or 5 aborted relationships and a dozen 20-minute hookers, until he meets his wife. AUTUMN CHANGES is a bookfull of procedural information about FTM’s & MTF’s as well; something most trans books (fiction/autobiographies) don’t have. Usually being about either one or the other; although the majority of it is about the men: It is August 1998. 3 weeks away from top surgery. 2 months until his first hormone shot. This book’s snapshots flash back and forth. Red Jordan Arobateau, teenager. Young adult in his 20’s. And middle age.< Less
The joy of jumping in puddles By Glenn Bartel
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The tales of a middle age grump, standing in the backyard howling at the moon, lamenting the good old days of his youth compared to the kids of today. Glenn writes of his childhood growing up in... More > 1970's Australia. It was a time when cooking oil was an acceptable sunscreen. For children back then entertainment was reliant mainly on imagination alone, as the internet had yet to rule our lives and parental involvement was non-existent. With that imagination and a lack of foresight to danger that boys possess, moronic misadventures were common place. Glenn recounts many well-trodden stories that sound hilarious now but could have ended his short life countless times. Stories such as; shootings a brother down from a tree, getting hit by a train whilst playing on the tracks or revelling in the lethal pleasures of the annual Cracker Night, where any yob including kids could buy war surplus quantities of explosives over the milk bar counter, no questioned asked…what could possibly go wrong?< Less
The Symbolism of Freemasonry By Albert Gallatin Mackey
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Contents: Preliminary--The Noachidce--The Primitive Freemasonry of Antiquity--The Spurious Freemasonry of Antiquity--The Ancient Mysteries--The Dionysiac Artificers--The Union of Speculative and... More > Operative Masonry at the Temple of Solomon--The Travelling Freemasons of the Middle Ages--Disseverance of the Operative Element--The System of Symbolic Instruction--The Speculative Science and the Operative Art--The Symbolism of Solomon's Temple--The Form of the Lodge--The Officers of a Lodge--The Point within a Circle--The Covering of the Lodge--Ritualistic Symbolism--The Rite of Discalceation--The Symbolism of the Gloves--The Rite of Circumambulation--The Rite of Intrusting, and the Symbolism of Light--Symbolism of the Corner-stone--The Ineffable Name--The Legends of Freemasonry--The Legend of the Winding Stairs--The Legend of the Third Degree--The Sprig of Acacia--The Symbolism of Labor--The Stone of Foundation--The Lost Word.< Less
Throwing Back the Apple By Revavah Adar
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‘Throwing Back the Apple’ tells the story of Marian and her love affair with Yair, an Israeli artist: “Tell me your story” Yair asked. That's a bit boring I thought to... More > myself—the story of me. But he insisted and...I suppose I could say something quickly—like give a thumb nail sketch. I could start by saying that I'm English, that I was born to a seventeen-year-old unwed mother in mid January during a snowstorm. My first name, Marian, has no particular significance other than my mother liked it. My middle name, Rachel, was given in honor of her favorite teacher who was Jewish. ‘Throwing Back the Apple’ explores, in a very simple down to earth manner, a new horizon for female/male relationship. Revavah doesn’t offer the reader any New-age gimmicks, no special gadgets, one can shop for; just very simple realizations about Yair, herself and human nature. Marian is introduced to the astonishing simplicity of everything, and the ancient Hebrew frequency; that draws its wisdom from Genesis.< Less
Throwing Back the Apple By Revavah Adar
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‘Throwing Back the Apple’ tells the story of Marian and her love affair with Yair, an Israeli artist: “Tell me your story” Yair asked. That's a bit boring I thought to... More > myself—the story of me. But he insisted and...I suppose I could say something quickly—like give a thumb nail sketch. I could start by saying that I'm English, that I was born to a seventeen-year-old unwed mother in mid January during a snowstorm. My first name, Marian, has no particular significance other than my mother liked it. My middle name, Rachel, was given in honor of her favorite teacher who was Jewish. ‘Throwing Back the Apple’ explores, in a very simple down to earth manner, a new horizon for female/male relationship. Revavah doesn’t offer the reader any New-age gimmicks, no special gadgets, one can shop for; just very simple realizations about Yair, herself and human nature. Marian is introduced to the astonishing simplicity of everything, and the ancient Hebrew frequency; that draws its wisdom from Genesis.< Less
On the Attainment of the Divine Stigmata By Rasa Von Werder
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The Enigma of a Grace Which Means Martyrdom...If there’s any grace understood the least, it’s the Divine Stigmata.Why would it be understood so little? Perhaps because there are so few... More > recipients, & most of them are from the middle ages—In a word, I’ll tell you what it is: Martyrdom. If you can understand voluntary martyrdom, then you know what Divine Stigmata means, stands for, & why IT IS GIVEN. A recent symbol of martyrdom has been St Maximilian Kolbe, who volunteered death in place of another. It does irk me that “scholars” rivet on physical wounds, as if the qualities there hold the answers. How can study of the wounds of Christ explain his psychological, mental & emotional dimensions; the Love therein, the willingness to DIE FOR LOVE. Therefore, the secret & the key to understanding DIVINE STIGMATA is the WILLINGNESS TO SUFFER, TO GIVE UP ALL, TO DIE FOR LOVE; FOR THE SAKE OF SAVING ANOTHER. If you can fathom this, you have the answer.< Less
The Symbolism of Freemasonry By Albert Gallatin Mackey
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Contents: Preliminary--The Noachidce--The Primitive Freemasonry of Antiquity--The Spurious Freemasonry of Antiquity--The Ancient Mysteries--The Dionysiac Artificers--The Union of Speculative and... More > Operative Masonry at the Temple of Solomon--The Travelling Freemasons of the Middle Ages--Disseverance of the Operative Element--The System of Symbolic Instruction--The Speculative Science and the Operative Art--The Symbolism of Solomon's Temple--The Form of the Lodge--The Officers of a Lodge--The Point within a Circle--The Covering of the Lodge--Ritualistic Symbolism--The Rite of Discalceation--The Symbolism of the Gloves--The Rite of Circumambulation--The Rite of Intrusting, and the Symbolism of Light--Symbolism of the Corner-stone--The Ineffable Name--The Legends of Freemasonry--The Legend of the Winding Stairs--The Legend of the Third Degree--The Sprig of Acacia--The Symbolism of Labor--The Stone of Foundation--The Lost Word.< Less

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