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Venus As A Bear

Author : Vahni Capildeo
ISBN : 9781784105556
Genre : Poetry
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The Poetry Book Society Summer 2018 Choice. Vahni Capildeo’s Venus as a Bear collects poems on animals, art, language, the sea, thinghood, metaphor, description, and dance. They tend toward, and tend to, the inanimate and non-human, tenderly disclosing their forms of sentience. We have feelings for creatures, objects and places, but where do these affinities come from? How do things, as things, affect us, remain mysterious while making themselves known? For Capildeo answers formed at their own pace, while waiting for lambing at a friend’s farm; exploring the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford; criss-crossing the British Isles with the Out of Bounds poetry project; or hearing of Africa and the Romans in Scotland, of Guyana and Shakespeare, while standing over-the-boots deep in a freezing sea off the coast of Wales. Many of the poems respond to real places, objects and people, as investigations, meditations, or dedications. They dwell on bodies and dwell in the body, inviting ardent, open forms of reading, in the spirit of their composition.
Category: Poetry

Lord Of New Venus

Author : James Hendershot
ISBN : 9781490714202
Genre : Fiction
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Lilith, the former Queen of the Evil Spirits, completed her penance on the old Earth and is now eagerly awaiting a chance to finish her first assignment for the King of Good. This god gives her a new planet named New Venus, ready to be settled by life. Events start turbulent and get even brutal. The first man, Job, and woman, Jezebel, both die, leaving a young daughter called Eve to be the mother of, yet again, another world. The Lord eventually takes a rib from Eve and creates Aman, hoping to ward off the catastrophe that destroyed Eves first world, Earth. Unfortunately, Liliths past comes back to haunt her and wars, not only with evil empires but also with gods from other realities, spill blood throughout war-torn New Venus. Belcher, son of Eve, is cast from the garden and, being cursed, must struggle to celebrate his life, unknowingly marries the mother of evil, Rubina who gives him many children, most evil, yet two defy all odds and become great saints. Her daughter, Tianshire, saves New Venus from her clutches. Nevertheless, another of Eves sons, Dawedu, in anger takes his wife and many followers from Eden because the Lord appointed his nephew the leader of the Garden when his father passed away. Dawedu, after wrongly killing his first wife, pulls New Venus into the divesting realm of a goddess from another reality, forcing heaven to fight the greatest battle, trying to save our universe.
Category: Fiction

Venus Dont Go There

Author : Michael T. Santini
ISBN : 9781491747001
Genre : Religion
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Where do the unrighteous go after death? What is the plight of the guilty after the Day of Judgment? Are places like heaven, hell, and the lake of fire physical locations in the universe? Biblically based and scientifically reasoned answers to these questions, and more, lead to locating the planet Venus as one possible place for perdition. The book Venus: Don't Go There-What Science and Religion Reveal about Life after Death reviews past and present discoveries and provides future evidence for alliance between the physical sciences and the Bible. God ordained the sciences and religion to work together for the common good and to lead toward a comprehensive understanding of the future. Correlation between the Holy Scriptures and the sciences can work together to provide reasonable and meaningful truths. Through interdisciplinary study, the author deduces the ultimate destiny for unsaved humanity could be within the solar system, while providing a unique perspective to life after death.
Category: Religion

Old Venus

Author : George R. R. Martin
ISBN : 9780804179850
Genre : Fiction
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Sixteen all-new stories by science fiction’s top talents, collected by bestselling author George R. R. Martin and multiple-award-winning editor Gardner Dozois From pulp adventures such as Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Carson of Venus to classic short stories such as Ray Bradbury’s “The Long Rain” to visionary novels such as C. S. Lewis’s Perelandra, the planet Venus has loomed almost as large in the imaginations of science fiction writers as Earth’s next-nearest neighbor, Mars. But while the Red Planet conjured up in Golden Age science fiction stories was a place of vast deserts and ruined cities, bright blue Venus was its polar opposite: a steamy, swampy jungle world with strange creatures lurking amidst the dripping vegetation. Alas, just as the last century’s space probes exploded our dreams of Mars, so, too, did they shatter our romantic visions of Venus, revealing, instead of a lush paradise, a hellish world inimical to all life. But don’t despair! This new anthology of sixteen original stories by some of science fiction’s best writers—edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author George R. R. Martin and award-winning editor Gardner Dozois—turns back the clock to that more innocent time, before the hard-won knowledge of science vanquished the infinite possibilities of the imagination. Join our cast of award-winning contributors—including Elizabeth Bear, David Brin, Joe Haldeman, Gwyneth Jones, Mike Resnick, Eleanor Arnason, Allen M. Steele, and more—as we travel back in time to a planet that never was but should have been: a young, rain-drenched world of fabulous monsters and seductive mysteries. FEATURING ALL-NEW STORIES BY Eleanor Arnason • Elizabeth Bear • David Brin • Tobias S. Buckell • Michael Cassutt • Joe Haldeman • Matthew Hughes • Gwyneth Jones • Joe R. Lansdale • Stephen Leigh • Paul McAuley • Ian McDonald • Garth Nix • Mike Resnick • Allen M. Steele • Lavie Tidhar And an Introduction by Gardner Dozois
Category: Fiction

Venus Boy

Author : Lee Sutton
ISBN : 9781537811284
Genre : Fiction
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If you ever make a trip to the green planet of Venus, the first thing you'll see will be the fifty-foot high statue of Venus' greatest hero. It stands on the very top of towering New Plymouth Rock at the edge of the old colony of New Plymouth. Even from the rocket cradle, anyone can tell that the statue is of a twelve-year-old boy smiling up at the Venusian jewel bear perched on his shoulder...
Category: Fiction

A Vision Of Venus

Author : Otis Adelbert Kline
ISBN : 9781612108445
Genre : Fiction
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Lotan, a young plant hunter for the Imperial Government of Olba, the only nation on Venus was on a quest for a very rare plant! He had been searching for months with no luck, when his flyer began to have problems and he was forced to land… only to discover the most wonderous vision on Venus!
Category: Fiction

Sandro Botticelli S The Birth Of Venus Art Of Life Journal Lined

Author : Ted E Bear Press
ISBN : 1539488144
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Blank journal with cover art from the masters! Life is art, and what better way to chronicle the goings-on in your life than in our Art of Life Journal showcasing Sandro Botticellis work of art, "The Birth of Venus." There are 150 pages for journal entries. Each page is printed on 60# stock, and is lightly lined and embellished. The cover is printed on 10pt stock, and is laminated for increased durability.

The Great Fire

Author : Shirley Hazzard
ISBN : 0374706352
Genre : Fiction
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A great writer's sweeping story of men and women struggling to reclaim their lives in the aftermath of world conflict The Great Fire is Shirley Hazzard's first novel since The Transit of Venus, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award in 1981. The conflagration of her title is the Second World War. In war-torn Asia and stricken Europe, men and women, still young but veterans of harsh experience, must reinvent their lives and expectations, and learn, from their past, to dream again. Some will fulfill their destinies, others will falter. At the center of the story, Aldred Leith, a brave and brilliant soldier, finds that survival and worldly achievement are not enough. Helen Driscoll, a young girl living in occupied Japan and tending her dying brother, falls in love, and in the process discovers herself. In the looming shadow of world enmities resumed, and of Asia's coming centrality in world affairs, a man and a woman seek to recover self-reliance, balance, and tenderness, struggling to reclaim their humanity. The Great Fire is the winner of the 2003 National Book Award for Fiction.
Category: Fiction

A Trip To Venus

Author : John Munro
ISBN : 9781633550742
Genre : Fiction
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Prof. John Munro (1849-1930) was the author of Heroes of the Telegraph (1891), The Story of Electricity (1896) and A Trip to Venus (1897). "In plain English, at 4 a. m., a ray of light had been observed on the disc of the planet Mars in or near the "terminator"; that is to say, the zone of twilight separating day from night. The news was doubly interesting to me, because a singular dream of "Sunrise in the Moon" had quickened my imagination as to the wonders of the universe beyond our little globe, and because of a never-to-be-forgotten experience of mine with an aged astronomer several years ago."
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