THE REVENGE OF ISHTAR

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The Revenge Of Ishtar

Author : Ludmila Zeman
ISBN : 0613094662
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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For use in schools and libraries only. Together Gilgamesh and Enkidu slay monsters to save the city but incur the wrath of the goddess Ishtar when Gilgamesh rejects her.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Ishtar

Author : Louise M. Pryke
ISBN : 9781317506645
Genre : History
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Ishtar is the first book dedicated to providing an accessible analysis of the mythology and image of this complex goddess. The polarity of her nature is reflected in her role as goddess of sexual love and war, and has made her difficult to characterise in modern scholarship. By exploring this complexity, Ishtar offers insight into Mesopotamian culture and thought, and elucidates a goddess who transcended the limits of gender, divinity and nature. It gives an accessible introduction to the Near Eastern pantheon, while also opening a pathway for comparison with the later Near Eastern and Mediterranean deities who followed her.
Category: History

Teaching Genre

Author : Tara McCarthy
ISBN : 0590603450
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Teaching activities and reproducible pages on nine genres or subgenres of literature: poetry, biography, autobiography, reports of information, realistic fiction in a modern setting, historical fiction, folk literature, mystery, modern fantasy and science fiction.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Spiritual Poems

Author : Elisha Shelton
ISBN : 9781105480225
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Ishtar Coming

Author : Mahir Salih
ISBN : 9781499089394
Genre : Fiction
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The story depicts the clash of traditional values with western concept adapted by middle class Iraqi women from Baghdad in the 1980s under Sadam's era. Selma is middle class Baghdadi married woman . She has a feud with Loma who was in a relationship with Selma’s brother in law. Selma learned a secret that Loma tried to keep it from everyone. She is married to a well to do man. He was appointed the Iraqi military attaché in London UK. Loma’s secret haunts her. Her best friend Madeha visit her in London to warn her about the smearing campaign Selma has started back in Baghdad. Madeha is a widow she met her University sweetheart who is dissident opposing the government. Unfortunately ,she discovers later that he wanted to use her to infiltrate in the Iraqi embassy. She was anti-Sadam, pro her lover, but loyal to her friend Loma. The result unpleasant confrontations between the two. the events ends with revenge, plight and an accurate description of the Iraqi daily life.
Category: Fiction

The Last Quest Of Gilgamesh

Author : Ludmila Zeman
ISBN : 0887763804
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Frightened by the thought of dying, Gilgamesh braves a series of dangers in an effort to learn the secret of eternal life, but although he meets the survivor of the great flood and is offered a chance at perpetual youth, he never achieves his goal, in a retelling of an episode from the story of Gilgamesh, the world's oldest legend.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Eye Of Ishtar

Author : Florence E. Schisler
ISBN : PSU:000005753413
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An Anthology Of Ancient Mesopotamian Texts

Author : Sabine Franke
ISBN : 9781473834347
Genre : Literary Collections
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Sabina Franke has gathered the best stories of ancient Near Eastern literature surrounding the Mesopotamian gods, men and kings. This book takes the reader on a journey back to the birth of literature in Mesopotamia, which seems to us so far and yet so near. Fairy tales, myths and epics of ancient Near Eastern literature are still able to charm readers today and allow us to delve into the fascinating life of the ancient Near East. This book includes fables such as the tooth worm which causes tooth pain as well as the great myth of Innanas which describes the transition of the goddess Ishtar into the underworld. There are also daily life stories such as that of a student and the Sumerian incantations against a crying baby.
Category: Literary Collections