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The Torch And The Sword

Author : Rick Joyner
ISBN : 1929371918
Genre : Religion
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The Torch and the Sword is the long-awaited sequel to The Final Quest and The Call. Written for mature Christians, this book is not recommended for the spiritually timid. Continuing themes established in the previous books, The Torch and the Sword carries these themes further and deeper while venturing into new spiritual territories The Torch and the Sword paints an increasingly broad and clear spiritual picture of our times. As Christians, we are called not only to endure the challenges with which we are faced, but also to prevail, seizing the great spiritual opportunities available to us. The truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the light which is stronger than any darkness. This book is a call to those who will love and stand for the Truth until His victory is complete.
Category: Religion

The Torch And The Sword

Author : Craig Stockings
ISBN : 0868408387
Genre : History
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Commemorates the centenary of the national cadet movement. Since the 1800s hundreds of thousands of school aged Australians have undergone military training in various army cadet schemes.
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The Blinding Torch

Author : Brian W. Shaffer
ISBN : 0870238310
Genre : Literary Criticism
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From the end of the nineteenth century until World War II, questions concerning the ideal nature and current state of "civilization" preoccupied the British public. In a provocative work of both cultural and literary criticism, Brian W. Shaffer explores this debate, showing how representative novels of five British modernists--Joseph Conrad, D. H. Lawrence, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and Malcolm Lowry--address the same issues that engaged such social theorists as Herbert Spencer, Oswald Spengler, Clive Bell, and Sigmund Freud. In examining the intersection of literary discourse and cultural rhetoric, Shaffer draws on the interpretive strategies of Mikhail Bakhtin, Terry Eagleton, Clifford Geertz, and others. He demonstrates that such disparate fictions as Heart of Darkness, The Secret Agent, The Plumed Serpent, Dubliners, Ulysses, Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, and Under the Volcano all portray civilization in the paradoxical image of blindness and insight, obfuscation and enlightenment--as a blinding torch that captivates the eye while it obscures the vision.
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Five Tales For The Theatre

Author : Carlo Gozzi
ISBN : 0226305805
Genre : Drama
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For Count Carlo Gozzi (1720-1806), theater was a fabulous world apart, in which human beings, statues, and animals change places by magical transformations. Gozzi's stage becomes a multiscenic home for adventures, loves, enmities, and dazzling visual effects. This collection brings together for the first time modern English translations of five of Gozzi's most famous plays: The Raven, The King Stag, Turandot, The Serpent Woman, and The Green Bird, each annotated by the translators and preceded by the author's preface. Ted Emery's Introduction places Gozzi in his social and historical context, tracing his world view in both the content and the form of his tales. In the ten works he called fiable or fairy tales, Gozzi intermingled characters from the traditional and improvised commedia dell'arte with exotic figures of his own invention. During Gozzi's lifetime, Goethe and Schiller translated and produced some of his dramas at the Weimar Theatre. In our century, the dramas have reasserted themselves under the direction of Max Reinhardt, Vsevolod Meyerhold, George Devine, and Benno Besson, as well as in operatic adaptations by Puccini and Prokofiev. The powerful conflicts, the idyllic and fearsome settings, and the startling transformations in these plays offer exceptional opportunities to actors, directors, and designers. The lively translations are faithful to Gozzi's Italian, while being eminently playable for English-speaking audiences today. Two of the translations have already had highly successful stagings by Andrei Serban at the American Repertory Theatre and on tour.
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Emerald Sword

Author : J. M. Sampson
ISBN : 9780595244805
Genre : Fiction
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In 57 B.C. a young woman hides from raiders as her village is being pillaged. She flees with her infant son, Mallock. Battle horns sound, announcing the pursuing brutal warriors fast on her trail. Passing through a strange mist, Trevara finds herself in another world where she encounters reptilian carnivores and hostile unicorns. She finds much more when she discovers haven within a mysterious fortress. She meets a young warrior, Garth, who is from her own world, Terra. Together they struggle to survive the perils of their new world. Along the way they meet a sorcerer who claims to have the power to return them to Terra. Trevara and Garth discover a different kind of struggle as they fall in love. A sorcerer of the black arts, and a battle with hideous Trolls separates the two. Returned to Terra, Garth races to find Trevara and her son. A struggle between armies complicates his quest when Trevara is felled by enemy arrows and Mallock is captured. In a race against time and evil, a mysterious sword of power and a fallen star begin an adventure that will produce the first Emerald Knight.
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The Torch

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The Shattering Sword

Author : Forrest Taylor
ISBN : 9781465321664
Genre : Fiction
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A king doomed by Prophecy... A warrior haunted by his Past... And a boy who will become a Legend... The Shattering Sword: Book One of The Red Star Prophecy There are rumors of a rebellion in Sydia, and a prophecy threatens King Sevaks reign. In an attempt to stave off the uprising, the king sends his soldiers out into the far reaches of his realm. In the small village of Sunflower, Attur spends his afternoons watching the kings Royal Guardsmen. When war calls the soldiers away, Attur is left to sit on his ridge and dream of adventure. Mina is his only solace. She walks with Attur along the river at night, talking of what their future holds. One night they return to find raiders in Sunflower, and Attur is struck down as he tries to protect Mina. He wakes to find Mina missing and his parents murdered. A legendary warrior, revered by some and feared by all, drifts through Sunflower. Attur, now alone and without direction, joins the warrior on his journey, leaving behind the only life Attur has ever known, determined to find Mina. He soon learns that he is part of a prophecy, one that calls for the death of King Sevak. While his homeland moves closer to the brink of civil war, Attur must accept his destiny, or fight his future. For more information, please visit
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The Singing Sword

Author : Jack Whyte
ISBN : 9781466822214
Genre : Fiction
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We know the legends: Arthur brought justice to a land that had known only cruelty and force; his father, Uther, carved a kingdom out of the chaos of the fallen Roman Empire; the sword Excalibur, drawn from stone by England's greatest king. But legends do not tell the whole tale. Legends do not tell of the despairing Roman soldiers, abandoned by their empire, faced with the choice of fleeing back to Rome, or struggling to create a last stronghold against the barbarian onslaughts from the north and east. Legends do not tell of Arthur's great-grandfather, Publius Varrus, the warrior who marked the boundaries of a reborn empire with his own shed blood; they do not tell of Publius's wife, Luceiia, British-born and Roman-raised, whose fierce beauty burned pale next to her passion for law and honor. With The Camulod Chronicles, Jack Whyte tells us what legend has forgotten: the history of blood and violence, passion and steel, out of which was forged a great sword, and a great nation. The Singing Sword continues the gripping epic begun in The Skystone: As the great night of the Dark Ages falls over Roman Britain, a lone man and woman fight to build a last stronghold of law and learning--a crude hill-fort, which one day, long after their deaths, will become a great city . . . known as Camelot. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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A History Of The Two Indies

Author : abbé Raynal (Guillaume-Thomas-François)
ISBN : 0754640434
Genre : History
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First published in 1770 and running to over one million words, Raynal's Histoire des Deux Indes was an immediate bestseller that was to go through numerous editions in various languages. Much of the Histoire's success, and subsequent reputation, was based on its attacks on tyranny, slavery and colonial exploitation. In this current edition, Peter Jimack has chosen a representative selection of passages from all books of the Histoire that shows the breadth and scope of the work.
Category: History