The Loneliest Muse

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The Loneliest Muse

Author : Tyger B. Dacosta
ISBN : 9781469791807
Genre : Fiction
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Even though she is over two hundred years old, Hope is the youngest of the nine Greek Muses who live on the island of Leisha. Hope wants nothing more than to please her sisters but she alone faces the greatest challenge a Muse has ever known: she lacks a talent in which to inspire others. Delphi, the blind Muse of Prophecy, foresees that in order for Hope to find her talent and fulfill her destiny she must do what no other Muse has ever done, she must leave the island of Leisha. Hope is uncertain but is assured by Clio the Muse of History she will not go alone. Aided by a magical, golden swan boat, Hope bravely sails off into the approaching dawn, uncertain of where the beautiful swan boat will take her. In this extraordinary fantasy tale, Hope embarks on an adventure filled with Fairies, Dragons and other mystical creatures that will teach her more about herself and her hidden strengths then she ever imagined.
Category: Fiction

The Rural Muse

Author : John Clare
ISBN : OXFORD:400230320
Genre : Electronic book
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Category: Electronic book

Theocritus And His Native Muse

Author : Poulheria Kyriakou
ISBN : 9783110614794
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Hellenistic poets opted and were very likely expected to deal meaningfully, and perhaps competitively, with the tradition they inherited. They also needed to secure the goodwill of actual or potential patrons. Apollonius, the author of a novel heroic epic, eschews references to literary polemics and patronage. Callimachus often adopts a polemical stance against some colleagues in order to suggest his poetic excellence. Theocritus chooses a third way, which has not been investigated adequately. He avoids antagonism but ironizes the theme of poetic excellence and distances himself from the tradition of competitive success. He does not cast his narrators as superior to predecessors and contemporaries but stresses the advantages and merits of colleagues. This rejection of conceit is connected with a major strand in Theocritean poetry: the power of word, including song, to provide assistance to characters in distress is a major open issue. Language is versatile and potent but not all-powerful. Song gives pleasure but is not a panacea while instruction and advice are never helpful and may even prove harmful. Most genuine pieces are ambiguous and open-ended so that the aspirations of characters are not presented as doomed to failure.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Muse Of Many Names

Author : Russell Streur
ISBN : 9781937202002
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A volume of poetry by Russell Streur, editor of The Camel Saloon and internationally-published poet.
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American Muse

Author : Joseph Polisi
ISBN : UOM:39015079329184
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The life and accomplishment of this composer and devoted supporter of the arts is presented in a richly illustrated biography, providing a look at his music, his inspirations, and his respected career as president of the Julliard School and the Lincoln Center.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Chasing Kangaroos

Author : Tim Flannery
ISBN : 9781555848217
Genre : Nature
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The internationally acclaimed author of The Weather Makers crafts a love letter to his native land and one of its most unique inhabitants: the kangaroo. Drawing on three decades of travel, research, and field work, Tim Flannery shows us how the destiny of the extraordinary kangaroo is inseparable from the environment that created it. Along the way he uses encounters with ancient aboriginal cultures and eccentric fossil hunters, farmers and scientists, kangaroo advocates and kangaroo hunters, to explore how Australia’s deserts and rain forests have shaped human responses to the continent—and how kangaroos have evolved to handle the resulting challenges. Ultimately, Chasing Kangaroos is a captivating blend of memoir, travel, natural history, and evolutionary science—and further proof of Flannery’s “offhand interdisciplinary brilliance” (Entertainment Weekly). “Absorbing, funny, and wonderfully learned.” —Bill Bryson, New York Times–bestselling author of A Walk in the Woods
Category: Nature

Books For College Libraries Index

Author : Association of College and Research Libraries
ISBN : 0838933599
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The third edition lists 50,000 titles that form the foundation of an undergraduate library's collection. This volume provides an index to the other five books in the set.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Amazing Place

Author : Marianne Gingher
ISBN : 9781469622408
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Some of us understand place in terms of family and community, landscape, or even the weather. For others, the idea of place becomes more distinct and particular: the sound of someone humming while washing dishes, the musical cadence of a mountain accent, the smell of a tobacco field under the hot Piedmont sun. Some of North Carolina's finest writers ruminate on the meaning of place in this collection of twenty-one original essays, untangling North Carolina's influence on their work, exploring how the idea of place resonates with North Carolinians, and illuminating why the state itself plays such a significant role in its own literature. Authors from every region of North Carolina are represented, from the Appalachians and the Piedmont to the Outer Banks and places in between. Amazing Place showcases a mix of familiar favorites and newer voices, expressing in their own words how North Carolina shapes the literature of its people. Contributors include Rosecrans Baldwin, Will Blythe, Belle Boggs, Fred Chappell, Jan DeBlieu, Pamela Duncan, Clyde Edgerton, Ben Fountain, Marianne Gingher, Judy Goldman, Stephanie Elizondo Griest, Randall Kenan, Jill McCorkle, Michael McFee, Lydia Millet, Robert Morgan, Jenny Offill, Michael Parker, Bland Simpson, Lee Smith, Wells Tower, and Monique Truong.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Books In Print

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105210120429
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

The Rough Guide To Rock

Author : Peter Buckley
ISBN : 1843531054
Genre : Music
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Compiles career biographies of over 1,200 artists and rock music reviews written by fans covering every phase of rock from R&B through punk and rap.
Category: Music

Books In Print Supplement

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105210120353
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature