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Where The Two Worlds Meet

Author : Karen Kennedy Floyd
ISBN : 173326793X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Where the Two Worlds Meet is a book for anyone who loves to talk about life with kids. It is a book about noticing the moments in life where one thing becomes another--when a caterpillar becomes a butterfly, when darkness meets dawn, when up turns to down. Use this book to connect and interact with the children in your life, and to experience life with them. Use it to help them notice those magical moments when in meets out and on meets off--those moments of change Where the Two Worlds Meet.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Citizen Of Two Worlds

Author : Mohammad Ata-Ullah
ISBN : 9781839740312
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Citizen of Two Worlds, first published in 1960, is the autobiography of Mohammad Ata-Ullah (1905-1977), Pakistani doctor, mountaineer, and philosopher. Born into a Muslim family, Ata-Ullah is an example of a worldy human being who treated Christians and Hindus with respect and as brothers. After studying medicine in Lahore and London and becoming a doctor, Ata-Ullah served as an officer in the British India Army and traveled widely, working in central India, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Lebanon and Muscat, and witness to the bloodshed between Muslims and Hindus in India. With the creation of Pakistan in 1947, Col Ataullah become the first Director of Health Services of Azad Kashmir, and went on to work in Japan and Korea with wounded United Nations troops. The book closes with a dramatic description of his participation in the 1953 American Expedition to K2, the world's second highest mountain, and as a member of the successful Italian ascent in 1954.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Two Worlds Of International Relations

Author : Pamela Beshoff
ISBN : 9781134913817
Genre : Political Science
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The aims of this book are to discover how significant academic work in international relations has become for practitioners involved in policy formulation and implementation, and to examine the impact of the policy community on academic work and academic values. On the academic side, theoretical, historical and political economy perspectives are presented. On the practitioner side, there are contributions from diplomats, lawyers and parliamentarians. The principal question at issue is whether, if there is a natural partnership between the modern academic and foreign policy makers, there needs to be preserved a respectful distance between the two worlds.
Category: Political Science

Song Of Two Worlds

Author : Alan Lightman
ISBN : 9781568814636
Genre : Mathematics
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After a mysterious personal tragedy, the narrator of this story has lost his faith in all things and lives "hung like a dried fly", empty and haunted by his past. He awakes one morning revitalized and begins a Dante-like journey to find something to believe in, exploring science, philosophy, religion, and human life. A novel in verse.
Category: Mathematics

Evolution In Two Worlds

Author : Candido Xavier, Francisco;Vieira, Waldo
ISBN : 9788594661210
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Psychographed by Francisco Candido Xavier and Waldo Vieira, Evolution in Two Worlds is divided into two parts. The first connects words of Christ to concepts such as the existence of the perispirit and spiritual body, the cosmic fluid, heredity, evolution and sex, nourishment in the spirit realm, and the mechanics of the mind, among others. The second part combines questions and answers related to marriage, divorce, pregnancy and abortion. The Spirit Andre Luiz combines scientific and evangelical concepts to promote a study of the evolutionary process of the being and the soul in the two realms of our existence - the material world and the spirit world - establishing an intellectual challenge to all those who practice and wish to know the Spiritist Doctrine.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Songs Of Two Worlds

Author : Lewis Morris
ISBN : CORNELL:31924013527720
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Joseph Brant 1743 1807

Author : Isabel Thompson Kelsay
ISBN : 0815602081
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Discusses the life of the Mohawk chief who tried to reestablish the freedom of his people
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Two Worlds Of Jim Yoshida

Author : Jim Yoshida
ISBN : UCAL:B4362881
Genre : Social Science
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Born in Seattle, WA, of Japanese American parents, Jim Yoshida grew up in a skid row hotel operated by his parents. He played football at his high school and was named All-City fullback and offered a college athletic scholarship. Sadly, his father died. His mother took him and his sisters to Japan to deliver his father's ashes to the family burial plot when WWII broke out and the family had to stay in Japan. Jim was forced to serve in the Imperial Japanese Army in China. There he had many experiences and suffered terrible ordeals. When the war ended and he made it back to Japan, he learned that he had lost his U.S. citizenship. To prove his loyalty, he persuaded a US officer to let him serve illegally as a volunteer throughout the Korean War. This is Jim Yoshida's own account of 2 wars and how he regained the admiration of his fellow Americans.
Category: Social Science

The Two Worlds Of The Poet

Author : Alexander Gordon McKay
ISBN : UCSC:32106010229646
Genre : Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature.
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This collection of essays honors Alexander Gordon McKay, one of the most respected names in Vergilian studies. Written by some of the world's leading scholars, the essays offer new perspectives on the larger Vergilian world which Dr. McKay's scholarship has so richly illuminated. The Two Worlds of the Poet focuses primarily on Vergil and Augustan literature and art, with several essays that expand the Vergilian theme and reflect the wide research interests of Professor McKay in such areas of classical studies as literature, art, architecture, painting, and sculpture. Vergil's world presents two faces, each inseparable from the other-the world which formed the poet and the world which the poet himself created--and it is proper that a volume which commemorates a scholar whose own work has elucidated both of these worlds should address itself to each. Several essays examine the poet's modus creandi--his use of the simile; his assimilation of the language and motifs of Roman comic drama; his exploitation of the rich store of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman mythological, legendary, and historical material; and his treatment of a variety of themes which touch upon the very essence of the human condition. Other essays touch upon various aspects of Vergil's material and cultural environment, enabling readers to place his created work in a broader perspective. Contributors offer new perspectives on the post-classical treatment of Vergilian themes, illustrating how the reception of Vergil varied with successive generations. The volume concludes with the reflections of the senior statesman of Vergilian criticism upon the scholar's art and mission. Vergil knew that to understand the present it was essential to break out of the narrow circle of the moment and to reach into the past, thereby affirming our own humanity and our place in the world and finding paths into the future. Vergil and his poetry create evocative connections that cut across time and place and culture, providing a glimpse at the universal human experience. The essays in The Two Worlds of the Poet explore Vergil's own struggle to find his place in the world, chronicle the pathway by which we gain entry into the world of the poet, and examine how the world of the poet has influenced and enriched our world. Robert McKay Wilhelm is a professor of Classics at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. His specialties include Latin literature, Vergilian studies, classical mythology, and Greek and Roman art and archaeology. He earned his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. A professor of Classics at McMaster University, Howard Jones is the author of several books including Pierre Gassendi: An Intellectual Biography and The Epicurean Tradition. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University.
Category: Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature.

D A Tale Of Two Worlds

Author : Michel Faber
ISBN : 9780369702265
Genre : Fiction
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“Glorious. A story that will be found and enjoyed and dreamed about for years to come.”—Neil Gaiman A stunning modern-day Dickensian fable and a celebration of friendship and bravery for freethinkers everywhere. It all starts on the morning the letter D disappears from language. First, it vanishes from Dhikilo’s parents’ conversation at breakfast, then from the road signs outside and from her school dinners. Soon the local dentist and the neighbor’s dalmatian are missing, and even the Donkey Derby has been called off. Though she doesn’t know why, Dhikilo is summoned to the home of her old history teacher Professor Dodderfield and his faithful Labrador, Nelly Robinson. And this is where our story begins. Set between England and the wintry land of Liminus, a world enslaved by the monstrous Gamp and populated by fearsome, enchanting creatures, D (A Tale of Two Worlds) is told with simple beauty and warmth. Its celebration of moral courage and freethinking is a powerful reminder of our human capacity for strength, hope and justice.
Category: Fiction

The Meeting Of Two Worlds

Author : Christine Verzár Bornstein
ISBN : UOM:39015016624093
Genre : Art objects, Islamic
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Persephone

Author : D. Streatfeild
ISBN : UCAL:B4410968
Genre : Reality
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Category: Reality

A Mighty Collision Of Two Worlds

Author : Safi Abdi
ISBN : 9781403322678
Genre : Fiction
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She is an outgoing girl. Her Muslim family is thousands of miles away, and her destiny is in her hands. He is a fun loving Westerner. They meet and take the plunge. Soon, the love-nest sinks under the blasting current of fronting waves. Two cultures, two ways of life.
Category: Fiction

Poems Of Two Worlds

Author : Thomas Hempstead
ISBN : HARVARD:HN1X2V
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The Two Worlds

Author : Shriman Narayan
ISBN : UOM:39015062193415
Genre : Education
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The Meeting Of Two Worlds

Author : Warwick Bray
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019211296
Genre : History
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Columbus's discovery of the New World resulted in biological and cultural exchanges unprecedented in the history of human populations. Eleven scholars, from both sides of the Atlantic and from the disciplines of history, archaeology, anthropology, geography and biology, discuss the nature of the European conquest and its wide-ranging consequences.
Category: History