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The Movements of the Wind By Tara Meddaugh
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This one act play is a dark comedy/drama for 3 females, 2 males. As wind sweeps through a garden, its inhabitants must confront the volatile effects of Mother Nature, as well as their own evolving... More > natures. The story follows several short, intertwined pieces, as Carrot and Potato, taught to be enemies from birth, struggle to remain friends, Tulip wants more out of life than only her partner, and two pieces of pollen attempt to make a dangerous jump from a dying flower to a fresh one. Through sacrifice and friendship, they must not only survive their trials, but also come to populate another generation.< Less
The Romantic Poets - Volume 1 By William Blake, John Clare, William Wordsworth
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Britain in the late 18th Century, early 19th Century was undergoing radical changes both socially and culturally, these changes were reflected in the movement known as Romanticism. The Romantics... More > sought to bring the human experience to the centre of their work. This they tried to do by turning their back on the more classical approach and write poetry that reflected their subject matter. All the poets included in this volume attempted to portray the lives, loves and desires of themselves and ordinary people. Although this was achieved in different styles ,the underlying question was the same. In a time of Industrialisation and the dehumanisation of the human spirit , how do we retain our humanity? Blake, Clare and Wordsworth all looked to nature and the imagination as the key. It is testament to their ideas that even after centuries we still are influenced and respond to their poetry< Less
ROMANCE! Compositions from the 19th Century Romantic Movement in Tablature and Musical NotationTranscribed for the Baritone Ukulele By Michael Walker
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These sixty-one compositions were transcribed for baritone ukulele but most are also playable on the soprano and tenor ukulele. They are also certainly playable on a standard guitar and, in fact,... More > are much easier as only the highest four strings are used – low E and A are ignored. The music encompasses pieces ranging from fairly easy to intermediate to more advanced.< Less
ROMANCE! Compositions from the 19th Century Romantic Movement in Tablature and Musical NotationTranscribed for the Baritone Ukulele By Michael Walker
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These sixty-one compositions were transcribed for baritone ukulele but most are also playable on the soprano and tenor ukulele. They are also certainly playable on a standard guitar and, in fact,... More > are much easier as only the highest four strings are used – low E and A are ignored. The music encompasses pieces ranging from fairly easy to intermediate to more advanced.< Less
Sinfonia 9: The Second Movement By Alvin Conway
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If the Age of Reason was the masculine Yang, then it can be said Romanticism, invariably, was its creative feminine counterpoint, the Yin. Plato’s argumentative philosophical essays in The... More > Republic on the dynamism and contrast between sense (the head) and sensibility (the heart) was Kant’s discourse on phenomenon and its antipode, noumenon. Mathematics is abstract form but it is not beauty. A rose is beauty but it is not abstract form. The language of mathematics in scientific realism became a central component of the Age of Reason. In contrast, the language of the rose expressing abstract sentiment became a central component of Romanticism. Blake’s tyger is seen as raging and burning bright while Poe’s dreams come quietly in the dark of night. Both poets used Romantic language and allegories to convey different aspects of reason, sentiment, and intuition. The poet could not live his experience with his audience symbiotically but they could share in his experience empathically through his gift of words.< Less
A Melody for James (Christian Romantic Suspense) By Hallee Bridgeman
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Melody Mason and James Montgomery lead separate lives of discord until an unexpected meeting brings them to a sinister realization. Unbeknownst to them, dark forces have directed their lives from the... More > shadows, orchestrating movements that keep them in disharmony. Fire, loss, and bloodshed can't shake their faith in God to see them through as they face a percussive climax that will leave lives forever changed.< Less
THERMITE By Brick Jayne
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Vivian Streets and Fletcher Browne are thirtysomething lovebirds driven sometimes by leisure and other times by saving the world. They stumble upon a murky, clandestine faction of the United States... More > government, they befriend a super-hip android, and their lives take the sudden and unexpected turns of a wild roller coaster.< Less
THERMITE By Brick Jayne
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Vivian Streets and Fletcher Browne are thirtysomething lovebirds driven sometimes by leisure and other times by saving the world. They stumble upon a murky, clandestine faction of the United States... More > government, they befriend a super-hip android, and their lives take the sudden and unexpected turns of a wild roller coaster.< Less
THERMITE By Brick Jayne
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The first leg of Thermite was published in April of 2013. This was before Cold War type tensions resurfaced between USA and Russia, before Edward Snowden exposed the NSA's blanket surveillance, and... More > before Fox's Almost Human series. The initial text was expanded and, at the very least, alluded briefly to Snowden. Thermite captures the angst of the so-called Ninety-nine percent and other marginalized and fringe groups. It's about thirtysomething lovebirds, Viv Streets and Fletch Browne, and they make their way through a nutty life on a wild coaster. They befriend a humorous and progressive android as they seek deep answers to the mysteries of a planet gone bonkers.< Less
Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus By Mary Shelley
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Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is a novel written by Mary Shelley about eccentric scientist Victor Frankenstein, who creates a grotesque creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment.... More > Shelley started writing the story when she was nineteen, and the novel was published when she was twenty-one. The first edition was published anonymously in London in 1818. Shelley's name appears on the second edition, published in France in 1823. Frankenstein is infused with some elements of the Gothic novel and the Romantic movement and is also considered to be one of the earliest examples of science fiction.. It has had a considerable influence across literature and popular culture and spawned a complete genre of horror stories, films, and plays.< Less