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Song Of The Lion

Author : Anne Hillerman
ISBN : 9780062391896
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times Bestseller A deadly bombing takes Navajo Tribal cops Bernadette Manuelito, Jim Chee, and their mentor, the legendary Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn, back into the past to find a vengeful killer in this riveting Southwestern mystery from the bestselling author of Spider Woman’s Daughter and Rock with Wings. When a car bomb kills a young man in the Shiprock High School parking lot, Officer Bernadette Manuelito discovers that the intended victim was a mediator for a multi-million-dollar development planned at the Grand Canyon. But what seems like an act of ecoterrorism turns out to be something far more nefarious and complex. Piecing together the clues, Bernadette and her husband, Sergeant Jim Chee, uncover a scheme to disrupt the negotiations and inflame tensions between the Hopi and Dine tribes. Retired Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn has seen just about everything in his long career. As the tribal police’s investigation unfolds, he begins to suspect that the bombing may be linked to a cold case he handled years ago. As he, Bernadette, and Chee carefully pull away the layers behind the crime, they make a disturbing discovery: a meticulous and very patient killer with a long-simmering plan of revenge. Writing with a clarity and grace that is all her own, Anne Hillerman depicts the beauty and mystery of Navajo Country and the rituals, myths, and customs of its people in a mystery that builds on and complements the beloved, bestselling mysteries of her acclaimed father, Tony Hillerman.
Category: Fiction

Song Of War Lion Of War Series

Author : Cliff Graham
ISBN : 0989337618
Genre : Bible
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David and the Mighty Men continue to struggle against the Philistines across the dark forests and sun-drenched valleys of Israel, leading to an epic chariot battle on the plains of Philistia. As domestic turmoil begins to encompass the cities, David turns his attention to the capture of the impregnable fortress of Jebus to establish a new capital, and the Mighty Men must rely upon the mysterious supernatural power known as "the covering" in order to complete the task.
Category: Bible

Author : وليم شكسبير
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Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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مسرحية من أعظم مسرحيات شكسبير قد تكون أقصر بكثير من مأسية الأخرى غير أنها لا توحى لقارئها بالقصر بقدر ما توحى بالسرعة والتركيز وهى مأساة رجل غير أخلاقى فى عالم أخلاقى لابد للشر ان يلقى فيه جزاءه مسرحية تراجيدية للمسرحي الإنكليزي ويليام شكسبير عن القائد الإسكتلندي مكبث الذي يغتال ملكه دنكن ليجلس على عرش إسكتلندا مكانه. مكبث أقصر تراجيديات شكسبير، ولا حبكة جانبية فيها تتعلق بأي شخصيةٍ أخرى. كُتبت هذه المسرحية في وقتٍ ما بين 1603 و1606، واعتمد فيها شكسبير بشكلٍ طفيف على شخصية مكبث الإسكتلندي أحد ملوك إسكتلندا. مُثلث هذه المسرحية مراراً
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Song Of The Snow Lion

Author : Frank Stewart
ISBN : UOM:39015049716007
Genre : Literary Collections
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Song of the Snow Lion features new fiction, poetry, and essays from Tibet. The volume includes works by Yangdon, the first Tibetan woman to publish a novel; poet and novelist Meizhuo, a woman of extraordinary range; and Dhondup Gyal, considered the founder of modern Tibetan writing.
Category: Literary Collections

The Lion Roars

Author : Bruce Raymond Calandro
ISBN : 9781642140842
Genre : Religion
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The book explains how and why God forms the twelve tribes of Israel and what their significance is in the world today. They were sent home in 1948, only to discover that they barely had 50 percent of their promised land that was taken as a spoil by Moses and Joshua. Why do the Jews have to allow their enemies to occupy lands that rightfully belong to Israel?
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Coyote S Song

Author : Richard D. Erlich
ISBN : 9781434457752
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A major study of the major and minor fiction, poetry, and children's books of SF and fantasy writer Ursula K. Le Guin. As Le Guin herself writes, "It is written in English, not academese, and will be of interest to a wide spectrum of students, scholars, and interested readers."
Category: Literary Criticism

Ecclesiastes Song Of Songs

Author : Iain Provan
ISBN : 9780310872085
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The NIV Application Commentary Ecclesiastes/Song of Songs. Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs have always presented particular challenges to their readers, especially if those readers are seeking to understand them as part of Christian Scripture. Ecclesiastes regularly challenges the reader as to grammar and syntax. The interpretation even of words which occur frequently in the book is often unclear and a matter of dispute, partly because there is frequent word-play in the course of the argument. The argument is itself complex and sometimes puzzling and has often provoked the charge of inconsistency or outright self-contradiction. When considered in the larger context of the OT, Ecclesiastes stands out as an unusual book, whose connection with the main stream of biblical tradition seems tenuous. We find ourselves apparently reading about the meaninglessness of life and the certainty of death in a universe in which God is certainly present but is distant and somewhat uninvolved. When considered in the context of the NT, the dissonance between Ecclesiastes and its scriptural context seems even greater; for if there is one thing that we do not find in this book, it is the joy of resurrection. Perhaps this is one reason why Ecclesiastes is seldom read or preached on in modern churches. The Song of Songs (also known as the Song of Solomon) has been read, historically, by Christians, in two primary ways—as a text which concerns the love and sexual intimacy of human beings and as a text which uses the language of human love and intimacy to speak of something else—the relationship between Christ and the church. Christians have often felt that they must choose between these options—that a text about human love and sexual intimacy could not be at the same time a spiritual text. It is one of the challenges of reading the Song to explore how far this is necessarily true and how far Christian readers have been influenced in their reading more by Platonism and Gnosticism than by biblical thinking about the nature of the human being and of human sexuality. Another challenge is to discover whether the Song is really one “song” at all, or simply a haphazard collection of shorter poems cast together because of their common theme of love; and still another is to gain clarity on what, precisely, is the connection between the Song and Solomon. This commentary sets out to wrestle honestly with all the challenges of reading these biblical books—the challenges of reading the texts in themselves, and the challenges of reading them as intrinsic parts of Christian Scripture. Using the standard structure of the NIVAC series, it explores their “original meaning,” the “bridging contexts” that enable their journey to the present, and their “contemporary significance.” In the course of the exploration, these books are seen to be deeply relevant in what they have to say both to the contemporary church and the contemporary culture.
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