Sons of the stranger

Sons of the stranger Author Fielding Burke
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105037328866
Release 1947
Pages 405
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Leigh s New Picture of London Or a Luminous Guide to the Stranger

Leigh s New Picture of London  Or     a Luminous Guide to the Stranger Author Samuel Leigh
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN67PY
Release 1830
Pages 459
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Sons Of The Oak

Sons Of The Oak Author David Farland
ISBN-10 9780748120833
Release 2010-06-03
Pages 432
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The Earth King, Gaborn Val Orden, has roamed to the ends of the known world to preserve his people, but the life-draining powers he has embraced have finally taken their toll. His death leaves his young son Fallion at the mercy of his enemies. But Fallion is no ordinary prince, with no ordinary enemies, but is a reincarnation of an immensely powerful immortal. Known as the torch-bearer, Fallion is fated to engage with an ancient evil across the many ages of his existence. Now, without his father's protection, powerful supernatural forces will seek to prevent him waking to his full powers - and the land of the Runelords will become their battlefield. At stake is not just a single world and Gaborn's hard-won legacy of peace, but the very foundations of creation ...



The Stranger and the Statesman James Smithson John Quincy Adams and the Making of America s Greatest Museum

The Stranger and the Statesman  James Smithson  John Quincy Adams  and the Making of America s Greatest Museum Author Nina Burleigh
ISBN-10 9781612308494
Release 2015-03-13
Pages 480
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In her illuminating and dramatic biography The Stranger and the Statesman, New York Times bestselling author Nina Burleigh reveals a little-known slice of history in the life and times of the man responsible for the creation of the United States' principal cultural institution, the Smithsonian. It was one of the nineteenth century's greatest philanthropic gifts - and one of its most puzzling mysteries. In 1829, a wealthy English naturalist named James Smithson left his library, mineral collection, and entire fortune to the "United States of America, to found... an establishment for the increase & diffusion of Knowledge among men" - even though he had never visited the United States or known any Americans. In this fascinating book, Burleigh pieces together the reclusive benefactor's life, beginning with his origins as the Paris-born illegitimate son of the first Duke of Northumberland and a wild adventuress who preserved for her son a fortune through gall and determination. The book follows Smithson through his university years and his passionate study of minerals across Europe during the chaos of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Detailed are his imprisonment - simply for being an Englishman in the wrong place - his experiences in the gambling dens of France, and his lonely and painstaking scientific pursuits. After Smithson's death, nineteenth-century American politicians were given the task of securing his half-million dollars - the equivalent today of $50 million - and then trying to determine how to increase and diffuse knowledge from the muddy, brawling new city of Washington. Burleigh discloses how Smithson's bequest was nearly lost due to fierce battles among many clashing Americans - Southern slavers, states' rights advocates, nation-builders, corrupt frontiersmen, and Anglophobes who argued over whether a gift from an Englishman should even be accepted. She also reveals the efforts of the unsung heroes, mainly former president John Quincy Adams, whose tireless efforts finally saw Smithson's curious notion realized in 1846, with a castle housing the United States' first and greatest cultural and scientific establishment.



The Heart of Revolution

The Heart of Revolution Author Kathy Cantley Ackerman
ISBN-10 1572332433
Release 2004
Pages 237
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The Heart of Revolution The Radical Life and Novels of Olive Dargan Kathy Cantley Ackerman Despite the timeless themes of Olive Tilford Dargan's work and the acclaim she earned with her novels Call Home the Heart (1932) and A Stone Came Rolling (1935), the author, who published her best-known works under the pseudonym Fielding Burke, has been largely forgotten by the American literary establishment. In this first book-length study of Dargan's life and work, Kathy Cantley Ackerman poses these questions: Why did Dargan's proletarian and feminist writings fall out of public favor when the literary climate changed in the 1940s, and what are the issues raised in and by her work that today's readers should reconsider? The Heart of Revolution combines biography and history with a critical reading of Dargan's work. Ackerman pays close attention to the proletarian, feminist, and racial issues in the novels; she then examines the ways these issues intersect in the southern Appalachian and Piedmont regions. Dargan's aesthetic, articulated in her depiction of the southern textile mill strikes of 1929 and the early 1930s, defies the party line of the period that privileged the struggle of white working men over the concerns of women and minorities. Unlike her male--and many of her female--counterparts in the proletarian movement, Dargan envisions a world in which romantic love can coexist with the fight for socioeconomic revolution, a world in which the activist does not have to surrender her individuality. Through strong female characters, she reconstructs the paternalistic, capitalistic marriage-and-mother myth, replacing it with a model based on egalitarian principles--an ideology that has only gained relevance over time. Ackerman's exploration of class, race, and gender in Dargan's novels individually and her consideration of Dargan's work as a whole reveal the complicated reasons for the novelist's neglect and present a compelling argument for reevaluation of her fiction.



Letters to the stranger in Reading by Detector

Letters to the stranger in Reading  by Detector Author Henry Gauntlett
ISBN-10 OXFORD:590406159
Release 1810
Pages
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A Sermon Preached Before the Sons of the Clergy

A Sermon Preached Before the Sons of the Clergy Author Thomas Percy
ISBN-10 OXFORD:N11712248
Release 1769
Pages 17
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Luke

Luke Author W. Mark Tew
ISBN-10 9781630875442
Release 2011-12-15
Pages 330
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In Luke: Gospel to the Nameless and Faceless, Dr. W. Mark Tew offers the Christian reader a commentary like none other. Combining a detailed examination of the Greek text, a fresh translation of the Gospel, and a commitment to presenting the meaning of the Gospel in a fluid and contemporary fashion, Luke: Gospel to the Nameless and Faceless presents the advanced student and the casual reader alike with an inspirational look at the timeless beauty of Luke's Gospel. Committed to the literary integrity of Scripture, the author allowed the Greek text of the Gospel of Luke to determine the organizational structure of the book. Because of this, readers will find themselves immersed in the message of Jesus that Luke portrayed. Luke: Gospel to the Nameless and Faceless is destined to become an inspirational classic.



A general abridgment of law and equity

A general abridgment of law and equity Author Charles Viner
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105062787580
Release 1791
Pages
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Morison s Edition of the Poems of Ossian the Son of Fingal Translated by James Macpherson Esq Carefully Corrected and Greatly Improved With a Sett of Elegant Engravings from Original Drawings by Stothard and Allan Volume First second

Morison s Edition of the Poems of Ossian  the Son of Fingal  Translated by James Macpherson  Esq  Carefully Corrected  and Greatly Improved  With a Sett of Elegant Engravings  from Original Drawings by Stothard and Allan  Volume First   second Author
ISBN-10 IBNN:BN000574633
Release 1795
Pages 330
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The Stranger s Child

The Stranger s Child Author Alan Hollinghurst
ISBN-10 9781447203988
Release 2011-06-27
Pages 576
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With an introduction by Anthony Quinn. The Stranger's Child was Sunday Times Novel of the Year in 2011. In the late summer of 1913, George Sawle brings his Cambridge friend Cecil Valance, a charismatic young poet, to visit his family home. The weekend will be one of excitements and confusions for everyone, but it is on George’s sixteen-year-old sister Daphne that it will have the most lasting impact. As the decades pass, Daphne and those around her endure startling changes in fortune and circumstance and, as reputations rise and fall, the events of that long-ago summer become part of a legendary story. Longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, The Stranger’s Child is Hollinghurst’s masterly exploration of English culture, taste and attitudes. Epic in sweep, it intimately portrays a luminous but changing world and the ways memory – and myth – can be built and broken. It is a powerful and utterly absorbing modern classic.



Developmental Theories Through the Life Cycle

Developmental Theories Through the Life Cycle Author Sonia G. Austrian
ISBN-10 9780231513012
Release 2008-02-18
Pages 440
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In this bestselling textbook, contributors describe theories of normal human development advanced by such pioneers as Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, Jean Piaget, Nancy Chodorow, Daniel Levinson, Erik Erikson, and Margaret Mahler. Beginning with infancy, toddlerhood, and preschool, each chapter examines corresponding ideologies concerning maturation and development in middle childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age, while acknowledging that no one theory can encompass all aspects of human development. In-depth analyses of the psychology and sociology of development provide educators and practitioners with insights into the specific social contexts of human behavior and help identify variables and deviations. This second edition features up-to-date empirical information, including additional studies on diverse populations, and a new chapter on attachment theory, a growing area of interest for today's clinicians.



Fingal an Ancient Epic Poem in Six Books Together with Several Other Poems Composed by Ossian the Son of Fingal Translated from the Galic Language

Fingal  an Ancient Epic Poem  in Six Books  Together with Several Other Poems  Composed by Ossian the Son of Fingal   Translated from the Galic Language Author James Macpherson
ISBN-10 ONB:+Z196982102
Release 1762
Pages 270
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The Evangelical Guardian

The Evangelical Guardian Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:AH6BUN
Release 1843
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The Holy Bible

The Holy Bible Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015063611746
Release 1830
Pages 251
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The Sense of Injustice

The Sense of Injustice Author Robert G. Folger
ISBN-10 9781461326830
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 294
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The importance of justice cannot be overstated. As one author has put it, "A better understanding of how justice concerns develop and function in people's lives should enable us to plan more effectively for institutional and other social change to deal with the problems that confront humankind" (S. C. Lerner, 1981, p. 466). The volume in which that statement appeared-an earlier one in this same series-was devoted to exploring the impact that dwindling resources and an increasing rate of change have had upon people's concern for justice. In contrast, the present volume places greater emphasis on the word under standing, as it was used in the context of the preceding quotation, than upon effective planning, social change, and ways of dealing with human problems. Nothing in that statement of purpose is meant to belittle the urgency of translat ing understanding into action, because the social significance of justice concerns is a major factor that has prompted the authors of the chapters in this book to do research in the area. Rather, this volume receives its emphasis from Kurt Lewin's famous dictum there is nothing so practical as a good theory. The need for good theory is ongoing, and these pages are dedicated to a search for new pathways toward better theory.



Traditional Anti Torah Church Doctrines

Traditional Anti Torah Church Doctrines Author Cornie Banman
ISBN-10 9781491743140
Release 2014-09-22
Pages 398
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Have you ever stopped to think whether the doctrines you hear in your church are actually coming from the word of the creator? In Traditional Anti-Torah Church Doctrines, author Cornie Banman offers an analysis of doctrines to help Christians ascertain whether a doctrine comes directly from God or originates from man. Banman explains how and why traditional Christendom has rejected the Ten Commandments and how that belief has inevitably created an anti-God messiah. In Traditional Anti-Torah Church Doctrines, he shows how: • A subtle and powerful philosophy of anti-Jew doctrines has indoctrinated traditional Christians into believing the Messiah's first coming was to abolish the Ten Commandments • The philosophy of a few church fathers has undermined the Ten Commandments by elevating manmade traditions to commandment status • An anti-Jew philosophy plays a key role in abolishing the commandments and exposes its foundation •The God of Abraham has given mankind a simple formula to test and measure all doctrines against his word • Anyone can use that test against all doctrines to see whether they are inspired by the God of the scriptures or by the gods of this world. • A person who's snared by deceived indoctrination can get back into alignment with God's true word Illustrating his beliefs with biblical evidence, Banman provides guidance for testing and measuring the instructions coming from your church with God's truth in a simple way. http://corniebanman.com