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Author : Joan Kristin Haugan
ISBN : 0692052976
Genre : Fiction
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Be entertained and encouraged by this upbeat story about redemption and growth!
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Prairie Magic

Author : Joan Pillen
ISBN : 9781504325141
Genre : Fiction
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Prairie Magic, book one of the Adventure Seekers Saga, is a fast-paced, witty, and meaningful story. Colorful characters come alive in the breathtaking scenery of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Meet Floridian Victor Garcia as he stumbles into a wintertime rodeo and falls in love. Experience the thrills and chills of the Hansons and Good Elks as they fight for a better future. Witness ancient wisdom combat modern-day problems. Sit in on tarot readings and ponder rune stones in this dramatic tale of struggle and triumph.
Category: Fiction

Recollections Of Past Days

Author : Sandra Ailey Petree
ISBN : 9780874215311
Genre : History
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Patience Loader has become an icon for the disastrous winter entrapment of the Martin and Willie handcart companies, who traveled the Mormon Trail in the 1850s. Her autobiography offers an important record of those events, but also of much more. Wife of a Civil War soldier, Patience served as an army laundress in Washington DC and ran a boarding house as well. After the war, her husband died of consumption, and Patience returned to Utah alone, where she became a cook in a mining camp.
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Prairie Magic

Author : Joan Kristin Haugan
ISBN : 0692908811
Genre : Fiction
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Tokada Good Elk stood still in the middle of a desolate South Dakota highway. Desperate for guidance, he stretched one hand up to the sky to ask Great Spirit for help while his other arm cradled the lone survivor of the atrocious crash, a frightened white puppy he had rescued from the stranger's car. To his knowledge, the only other article left unscathed was a beeping radar detector grimly warning that time was running out. To keep his promise and protect the secret, he would need to disappear in a matter of seconds.True to his pledge, the octogenarian hid a clandestine item in his vest. What will the future hold for him and his loved ones? Two-and-a-half years later, on a seemingly normal January day, life finally began to change for the better when good fortune arrived in the midst of hard work. Of course, opportunities were disguised as obstacles and windfalls camouflaged as inconvenience.Meanwhile, 1,804 miles southeast in Florida, 54-year old physician Victor Garcia struggles with his only child, thirty-something Julio, who was in the throws of a spectacular failure to launch. Thanks to his son┬┐s shenanigans, Victor found himself on a spur of the moment voyage north in the dead of winter. As fate would have it, a chance encounter with rodeo stars introduces him to the enchanting Good Elks and their beautiful and magical friend, Hope. During his short stay, Victor experiences a rodeo, plays the organ for 10,000 screaming fans and delivers twin foals in a blizzard. He helps the Adventure Seekers revive their dreams and is instrumental in setting the stage for Tokada to disclose his secret. While confirming his flight home, he admires Hope as she interacts with her family at the breakfast table. Enthralled by the beautiful scene, he secretly decides to book a return trip. Although their relationship is new, he is willing to re-arrange his entire life to be with her. What adventures await in the wild west? Read all about it, but hold's a wild ride! Yee-haw!
Category: Fiction

From Puritanism To Postmodernism

Author : Richard Ruland
ISBN : 9781317234142
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Widely acknowledged as a contemporary classic that has introduced thousands of readers to American literature, From Puritanism to Postmodernism: A History of American Literature brilliantly charts the fascinating story of American literature from the Puritan legacy to the advent of postmodernism. From realism and romanticism to modernism and postmodernism it examines and reflects on the work of a rich panoply of writers, including Poe, Melville, Fitzgerald, Pound, Wallace Stevens, Gwendolyn Brooks and Thomas Pynchon. Characterised throughout by a vibrant and engaging style it is a superb introduction to American literature, placing it thoughtfully in its rich social, ideological and historical context. A tour de force of both literary and historical writing, this Routledge Classics edition includes a new preface by co-author Richard Ruland, a new foreword by Linda Wagner-Martin and a fascinating interview with Richard Ruland, in which he reflects on the nature of American fiction and his collaboration with Malclolm Bradbury. It is published here for the first time.
Category: Literary Criticism

An Introduction To Mythology

Author : Lewis Spence
ISBN : 9781596050563
Genre : Social Science
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In AN INTRODUCTION TO MYTHOLOGY, originally published in the 1920s, Spence presented a comprehensive overview of traditional forms of narrative that, for our primitive ancestors, served as religion and science. Besides recounting tales from around the world, Spence explained the many differences in primitive and modern worldviews. According to Spence, themes such as animism, while now almost absent from out thinking, are still enlightening to us in modern times: "just as fossil animals and plants have their living representatives to-day, so do ideas and conceptions representing this petrified form of religion and science still flourish in our present-day superstitions and our present-day faiths." Spence's INTRODUCTION TO MYTHOLOGY provides a sweeping view of worldwide mythological themes from a scholar of the overlooked and intriguing. Scottish writer Lewis Spence (1874-1955) was a respected authority on worldwide myths, legends, folklore, and occult subjects, and wrote more than forty books, including ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OCCULTISM, THE POPUL VUL, THE HISTORY OF ATLANTIS, THE MAGIC AND MYSTERIES OF MEXICO, ANCIENT EGYPTIAN MYTHS AND LEGENDS, FAIRY TRADITION IN BRITAIN, and THE MAGIC ARTS IN CELTIC BRITAIN.
Category: Social Science

Ireland Under The Tudors

Author : Richard Bagwell
ISBN : HARVARD:32044011274255
Genre : Ireland
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Brief Hist Of English Amer L

Author : Henry a. Beers
ISBN : 1366516869
Genre : Art
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The Norman conquest of England, in the 11th century, made a break in the natural growth of the English language and literature. The old English or Anglo-Saxon had been a purely Germanic speech, with a complicated grammar and a full set of inflections. For three hundred years following the battle of Hastings this native tongue was driven from the king's court and the courts of law, from parliament, school, and university. During all this time there were two languages spoken in England. Norman French was the birth-tongue of the upper classes and English of the lower.
Category: Art