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The Shadowy Thing

Author : H. B. Drake
ISBN : 0982429681
Genre : Fiction
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"H. B. Drake's The Shadowy Thing summons up strange and terrible vistas." --H. P. Lovecraft. A weird supernatural thriller in which a character possesses the power of mind-transference, praised by Lovecraft in "Supernatural Horror in Literature" and believed to be influential on his stories "The Thing on the Doorstep" and "The Shadow Out of Time." The uncanny powers of young Avery Booth alarmed and frightened his friends. After coming under his influence it became clear to others that people were doing things against their wills. He implanted the dark fear of the unknown in the hearts of his acquaintances, weakening their conventional security of thought and troubling their minds with foolish shadows of doubt and dread and fantastic imaginings that worked like a subtle poison. Even his satellites moved in a maze of unpleasant and inexplicable shadows, for the very atmosphere they lived in seemed haunted. But in Dick Bellew, Avery met an antagonist worthy of his skill. The enthralling story of their conflict and its final dramatic conclusion is gripping and amazingly well done.
Category: Fiction

The Shadowy Thing

Author : Henry Burgess Drake
ISBN : STANFORD:36105047913855
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To Build A Shadowy Isle Of Bliss

Author : Michelle Weinroth
ISBN : 9780773596986
Genre : Poetry
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To Build a Shadowy Isle of Bliss casts new light on the political radicalism and social thought of nineteenth-century artist, author, and revolutionary, William Morris. Standing on the cusp of a new wave of scholarship, this book presents an exciting convergence of views among internationally renowned scholars in the field of Victorian Studies. Balancing variety and unity, this collection reappraises Morris’s concept of social change and asks how we might think beyond the institutions and epistemologies of our time. Though the political significance of Morris’s creative work is often underestimated, the essays in this volume showcase its subtlety and sophistication. Each chapter discerns the power and novelty of Morris’s radicalism within his aesthetic creations and demonstrates how his most compelling political ideas bloomed wherever his dexterous hand had been at work - in wallpapers, floral borders, medievalist romances, and verse. Morris's theory and practice of aesthetic creation can be seen as the crucible of his entire philosophy of social change. In situating Morris's radicalism at the heart of his creative legacy, and in reanimating debates about nineteenth-century art and politics, To Build a Shadowy Isle of Bliss challenges and expands received notions of the radical, the aesthetic, and the political.
Category: Poetry

Science Fiction And Fantasy Literature

Author : R. Reginald
ISBN : 9780941028769
Genre : Reference
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, A Checklist, 1700-1974, Volume one of Two, contains an Author Index, Title Index, Series Index, Awards Index, and the Ace and Belmont Doubles Index.
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The Shadow Self In Film

Author : Gershon Reiter
ISBN : 9781476612478
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book examines 13 movies that deal with the protagonist and his projected “other.” The cinematic Other is interpreted as an unconscious personality, a denied part of the protagonist that appears in his life as a shadowy menace who won’t go away. Devoting a chapter to each movie, the book starts with Mamoulian’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and three cinematic pairs: two Hitchcock films, Shadow of a Doubt and Strangers on a Train; two versions of Cape Fear, J. Lee Thompson’s 1962 original and Martin Scorsese’s 1991 remake; and a pair of Clint Eastwood films, In the Line of Fire and Blood Work. The book then examines Something Wild, Sea of Love, Fight Club, Desperately Seeking Susan, Apocalypse Now and The Lives of Others. Overall the book aims to show how movies envision the unconscious Other we all too often project on other people.
Category: Performing Arts

In The Shadow Of 13 Moons

Author : Kimberly Sherman-Cook
ISBN : 9780738723143
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Coursing deep within every witch are currents of magick that ebb and flow along with the moon's rhythms. When you combine this powerful energy with your inner shadow, you can create real, positive change and transform your life through the mysteries of the dark moon. In the Shadow of 13 Moons offers a rich variety of new, in-depth ways to practice dark moon witchcraft. Kimberly Sherman-Cook guides you step by step through the process of dark moon magick and ritual work while taking you down the path of self-discovery. She seamlessly blends the art of shadow work with magickal practice to form a gentle yet empowering journey. Learn the sacred dance of the shadow as you follow a 13-moon cycle of meditations, rituals, spellwork, craft projects, and other practical exploratory techniques, which will connect you with your inner self and deepen your understanding of shadow craft. Bring about self-healing and inner balance Confront your shadow • Cast a circle of power Work with dark moon deities • Draw down the dark moon Ideal for solitary practitioners as well as coven members of all skill levels, In the Shadow of 13 Moons evolves with you on your path of personal transformation and spiritual growth. "In the Shadow of 13 Moons takes you on a journey into the shadow and back out again, helping you face what is unseen in a thoroughly open and non-dogmatic way. Kimberly is an excellent guide, continuing the tradition of torchbearers in this important work of the psyche."—Christopher Penczak, author of The Temple of Shamanic Witchcraft and The Witch's Coin
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The Shadow Collector

Author : Kate Ellis
ISBN : 9781405515078
Genre : Fiction
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Lilith Benley and her mother, rumoured to be witches, were convicted of the brutal murder of two teenage girls. Eighteen years later Lilith is released from prison, and shortly after she returns to her old home, a young woman is found dead at a neighbouring farm where a celebrity reality TV show is being filmed. When DI Wesley Peterson is called in to investigate he has to deal with fragile egos and hidden truths, as well as the possibility that Lilith Benley has killed again. Meanwhile, archaeologist Neil Watson discovers a gruesome wax doll at a house that once belonged to a woman hanged for witchcraft in the seventeenth century. And when Neil has a near fatal accident, some suspect a supernatural connection. Even though Wesley has problems closer to home to solve, it is up to him to uncover terrible secrets, banish dark shadows collected in the past and bring a dangerous killer to justice - a killer who will stop at nothing to dispense vengeance and death.
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In The Shadow Of Descartes

Author : G.H. Von Wright
ISBN : 079234992X
Genre : Philosophy
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Descartes made a sharp distinction between matter and mind. But he also thought that the two interact with one another. Is such interaction possible, however, without either a materialist reduction of mind to matter or an idealist (phenomenalist) reduction of matter to mind? These questions overshadow the Western tradition in metaphysics from the time of Descartes to present times. The book makes an effort to stay clear of reductivist views of the two Cartesian substances. It defends a dualistic psycho-physical parallel theory which reconciles freedom of action with determinism in nature. Basic problems in perception theory are also discussed, with special emphasis on hearing and sound. Because of the intrinsic interest of the subject and the author's non-technical presentation of it, the book should appeal to all readers with a serious interest in philosophy and psychology.
Category: Philosophy

The Shadow Of The Sword

Author : Robert Williams Buchanan
ISBN : NYPL:33433074931027
Genre : English fiction
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Lark Ascending

Author : Meagan Spooner
ISBN : 9781467774512
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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The thrilling conclusion to The Skylark Trilogy: Revolution is brewing in the city within the Wall. The city stands divided, and war is imminent. The rebels need a leader. After months beyond the Wall, Lark returns with Oren by her side, prepared to overthrow the Institute once and for all. But Lark's triumphant homecoming is short-lived when another leader emerges to unite the rebels: Eve, a mysterious Renewable. Lark wonders if Eve's powers will bring them strength—or bring humanity's final downfall.
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D C Noir 2

Author : George Pelecanos
ISBN : 9781617752148
Genre : Fiction
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Classic reprints from: Edward P. Jones, George Pelecanos, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Richard Wright, Langston Hughes, James Grady, Julian Mayfield, Marita Golden, Elizabeth Hand, Julian Mazor, Ward Just, Jean Toomer, Roach Brown, Larry Neal, and others. George Pelecanos is an independent film producer, the recipient of numerous international writing awards, a producer and an Emmy-nominated writer of the HBO series The Wire, and the author of fifteen novels set in and around Washington, DC. He is the editor of the best-selling first volume of D.C. Noir.
Category: Fiction

Divine Inversion

Author : David Thom
ISBN : HARVARD:AH696E
Genre : God
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The Macabre Ones

Author : Bron Fane
ISBN : 9781473204041
Genre : Fiction
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Francis Simnel was a pathetic old man who lived in a strange world of his own, a world of puppets and marionettes. His sister Agnes was a demoness incarnate, a female fiend in human form, a relentless, ruthless, driving force urging the old man to a macabre destiny. There was something different about Simnel's Puppets. They had personality and a realism that was uncanny. They bore a sinister resemblance to the newly-dead. What began as the wildest and most improbable suspicion, crystallised into near certainty in the mind of Josephine Starr. She began asking questions, and the Satanists scented danger. She fell into a trap that had been set with diabolical cunning. Her life was balanced on a razor edge, with all the macabre resources of the Black Magicians weighing against her.
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