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Mijn leven als Visser By Jo van Asselt
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Een fantastisch verhaal over het leven van de beroepsvisser en volkszanger Jo van Asselt uit Baarn
I Am An African By Wayne Visser
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This creative collection brings together Africa poems by South African poet and writer, Wayne Visser, including the ever popular “I Am An African”. The anthology celebrates the luminous... More > continent and its rainbow people.< Less
Seize the Day By Wayne Visser
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This creative collection brings together inspirational poems by South African poet and writer, Wayne Visser. The anthology takes us on a journey through the peaks and troughs of life, celebrating the... More > indomitable human spirit.< Less
Wishing Leaves By Wayne Visser
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This creative collection brings together nature poems by South African poet and writer, Wayne Visser. The anthology celebrates the capricious seasons and marvels at nature's endless capacity to... More > challenge and inspire.< Less
String, Donuts, Bubbles and Me By Wayne Visser
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This creative collection brings together philosophical poems by South African poet and writer, Wayne Visser. In this anthology, he muses on subjects ranging from space, angels and destiny to time,... More > science and meaning in life.< Less
Icarus: Favourite Love Poems By Wayne Visser
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This creative collection brings together love poems by South African poet and writer, Wayne Visser. The anthology traces love’s agony (Broken Dreams) and ecstasy (Galaxies Cart-Wheeling), from... More > first blush (Almost Strangers) to full bloom (Say “I Do!”), as we fly to love: You’ve given me the gift of golden wings The endless sphere of blue imaginings The chance to rise above the silver clouds The will to cast off untold ghostly shrouds< Less
To Hold the Sky - A Collection of Poetry By Bridget Visser
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To Hold the Sky is a Collection of Poetry by Christian poet and artist Bridget Visser. It is a poetic reflection of life, death, love, gentility, fragility,angels, spirituality and the elements of... More > the natural world. This book,“To Hold the Sky” is an assemblage of collected poems over the span of nearly ten years. The emotions and devotions of Heaven and Earth are the exploration of this poetic voyage. In accompaniment to the poems are reflective angelic artworks by many different historical artists. The sky has no limit to its power, it’s majestic beauty. It’s presence is always felt wherever we may go. It is the realm of eternity which reaches onto forever and ever. It is the nest of the stars and the fulfilling of our heart’s dreams and desires. In the pages of this book, you will be taken on a journey, where you will try "To Hold the Sky." "The sky was made to give you wings."< Less
Might and Calm: Crime Fighters By Kimberly Visser
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When twin socialites Candice and Clara Carmichael share a prophetic dream which indicates imminent danger they have to act fast to save the day. As their superhero alter ego's Might and Calm, they... More > work to solve solve the mystery, but when it starts to look like their social nemeses, the horrible Owens Twins might be involved, things get personal.< Less
Identities in Early Arabic Journalism. The Case of Louis Sabunji By Rogier Visser
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The second half of the nineteenth century witnessed the emergence of private Arabic journalism, in places such as Beirut and Cairo. Among the earliest entrepreneurs in this new industry was a... More > Catholic priest from Northern Mesopotamia, Louis Sabunji (1838-1931). He published various –sometimes highly polemical– magazines and pamphlets in various cities, including Beirut, Istanbul, Cairo, and London. The second half of the nineteenth century is also the period of emerging and evolving discourses of identity in the Arab world. Partly responsible for these developments was the nascent journalistic industry, which addressed their readership as Arabs, Syrians, Lebanese, or Easterners. This study approaches identity as something that people do in communication with others, by referring to an identity. In the context of evolving discourses of identity, the question is how Sabunji referred to identities in his journalistic writings of the period between 1870 and 1880.< Less
Identities in Early Arabic Journalism. The Case of Louis Sabunji By Rogier Visser
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The second half of the nineteenth century witnessed the emergence of private Arabic journalism, in places such as Beirut and Cairo. Among the earliest entrepreneurs in this new industry was a... More > Catholic priest from Northern Mesopotamia, Louis Sabunji (1838-1931). He published various –sometimes highly polemical– magazines and pamphlets in various cities, including Beirut, Istanbul, Cairo, and London. The second half of the nineteenth century is also the period of emerging and evolving discourses of identity in the Arab world. Partly responsible for these developments was the nascent journalistic industry, which addressed their readership as Arabs, Syrians, Lebanese, or Easterners. This study approaches identity as something that people do in communication with others, by referring to an identity. In the context of evolving discourses of identity, the question is how Sabunji referred to identities in his journalistic writings of the period between 1870 and 1880.< Less