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Evening Stars

Author : Susan Mallery
ISBN : 9780778318989
Genre : Fiction
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Sisters Nina and Averil Wentworth deal with life and love--and their tenuous relationship with each other--on Blackberry Island.
Category: Fiction

How The Morning And Evening Stars Came To Be

Author : Jerome Fourstar
ISBN : 0917298969
Genre : History
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A collection of three traditional tales collected at Fort Peck and Fort Belknap reservations in northern Montana, which were originally intended to teach young members of the tribe about their history and culture.
Category: History

The Evening Stars

Author : Barbara Matusow
ISBN : STANFORD:36105037509259
Genre : Television broadcasting of news
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A look at the system that produces the elite of television newscasters features incisive profiles, candid observations, and numerous anecdotes, as it portrays the personalities, power struggles, and ratings wars behind the network evening news
Category: Television broadcasting of news

Evening Star

Author : Milcha Sanchez-Scott
ISBN : 0822203650
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: Working on a project for his high-school science class, Junior Rodrigues scans the night sky with his telescope, searching for comets and shooting stars while his shy teenage neighbor, Olivia Pena, stands dutifully by, hoping that he wil
Category: Drama

The Emperor Of Evening Stars

Author : Laura Thalassa
ISBN : 1981426949
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In the beginning, there was darkness. Before he met Callie, before he became the Bargainer, there was Desmond Flynn, the bastard son of a scribe. A boy born to a weak mother, cursed with little magic, and destined to marry a slave. But fate had something else in mind. Till darkness dies. From the barren caves of Arestys to the palace of Somnia to the streets of earth, this is how Desmond Flynn, a fairy who began with nothing, became the Emperor of Evening Stars. ***This is a roughly 200 page novella told from Desmond Flynn's perspective.***
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The Evening Star Recollections

Author : Colette
ISBN : UOM:39015008722384
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A remarkable work in her oeuvre, Colette’s The Evening Star was written when she was bedridden in her seventies and was the first time she had been forced into serious reflection. She said: "It may be that I shan’t publish these pages. For this is the first time I am writing as I please." Luckily for her readers, this magical collection survived.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Waiting For The Evening Star

Author : Rosemary Wells
ISBN : 0803713983
Genre : Adolescence
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Growing up between 1909 and 1917, Berty enjoys the slow-rolling wheel of time on his Vermont farm and cannot understand his older brother's desire to see other parts of the world.
Category: Adolescence

Words And The Poet

Author : R. O. A. M. Lyne
ISBN : 0198152612
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Readers familiar with Dr Lyne's last book on Virgil will know what to expect. There is the same clarity of expression and layout, the same care to make his use of special terminology unambiguous, the same passionate belief, to use his own words, that "nothing in Vergil is without purpose ofexplanation". Dr Lyne undoubtedly makes the reader think and sharpens his perception of Virgil; he imparts much interesting, factual information in a clear, orderly style and his passion to know what can be found in Virgil's text is genuine and attractive.' Greece and RomeTo a surprising extent Vergil avoids artifices of poetic diction like archaism and grecism, preferring ordinary language: words that were the common stock of the Latin tongue or even (and this remarkably often) words that conventional poets generally avoided at all costs as too ordinary (prosaisms,colloquialisms). In this he shares the taste of his contemporary Horace. The present book identifies and categorizes such diction in vergil. But more importantly it shows how such comparatively unpromising material is converted by the poet's methods of `combination' (iunctura) into poetry.Parallels are drawn with Horace's procedures, and Vergil's boldness stressed. Horace combines words in such a way as to `make them new'; Vergil's combinations veritably extort unexpected and novel sense. Horace can put prosaic words to work in spite of their unpromising familiarity; Vergil morevigorously exploits them. The Vergilian techniques of extortion and exploitation are richly illustrated in this book.Not all Vergil's characteristic methods merit such violent descriptions. His use of the traditional simile ('narrative through imagery') is characterized by discretion and guile - but at key points links up with those more forceful methods. Guileful too is the way in which he may persuade someneutral word to acquire a specal sense over a stretch of text - or the way he may incite us to pursue a sequence of related effects. Vergilian narrative through imagery, and his techniques of incitement and acquisition, are also fully explained in this richly original and informative book.
Category: Literary Criticism