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The Wiccan Temptress

Author : Marie Bruce
ISBN : 0709082207
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Told entirely from a female perspective, this book delves into the world of seduction and allure, using positive spell craft and goddess awareness as a medium for feminine self-empowerment and self-exploration. The Wiccan temptress's teachings will benefit single girls as well as those in relationships. Starting with the sexy side of witchcraft, this guide also covers such topics as skyclad blessings, finding your goddess path, attuning with your goddess center, sex as a magical tool, becoming a glamour girl, bedroom karma, greenwood marriage, womanly wiles, reclaiming the scarlet woman, magical make-up, siren secrets, lotions and potions, and much more!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Wiccan Mysteries

Author : Raven Grimassi
ISBN : 1567182542
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Wicca is essentially a Celtic-oriented religion, but its Mystery Tradition is derived from several outside cultures as well. Readers of this book are exposed to a sense of the rich heritage that has been passed from one community to another, and that now resides within this system for spiritual development. Illustrations.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Handbook To Gothic Literature

Author : Marie Mulvey-Roberts
ISBN : 9781349264964
Genre : Literary Criticism
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What do we mean by the term 'Gothic'? How does it differ from such classifications as 'terror' and 'horror' and where do its parameters lie? In an attempt to define such an elusive term, this A-Z unearths the terminologies associated with Gothic through a variety of short essays written by leading scholars. Not only does it plot the national characteristics of Gothic as in the French school of terror, Frenetique to American Gothic, but it also spans the period from Ann Radcliffe to Anne Rice.
Category: Literary Criticism

A Dorset Girl

Author : Janet Woods
ISBN : 9781471136580
Genre : Fiction
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It's the time of the Tolpuddle trial and unrest. The Dorset labourers work under terrible conditions for starvation wages. When her mother and stepfather perish in a fire, an illegitimate peasant girl, Siana Lewis, is left destitute, with a young brother and baby sister to support. Securing a job with the local rector, Siana, with her wit and beauty, will attract the attention of three men. Daniel Ayres - a young man with high hopes and very little else - is her first love, who cruelly betrays her. Francis Matheson, the local doctor, admires Siana's determination and thirst for knowledge. The pair establish a relaxed friendship. Then there's the local squire, Edward Forbes. A sensual and devious man, Edward is used to going after what he wants. He desires the beautiful peasant girl at first sight of her - and will stop at nothing to get her.
Category: Fiction

How To Do It

Author : Rudolph M. Bell
ISBN : 0226042006
Genre : History
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This collection of from manuals that were staples in the households of middlebrow Italians during the 16th century provides a refreshing and surprisingly fun look at social history. Illustrations.
Category: History

Modern German Music

Author : Henry F. Chorley
ISBN : BSB:BSB10598414
Genre : Music
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Author : Scott Cunningham
ISBN : 9780738717159
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 64.47 MB
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Cunningham's classic introduction to Wicca is about how to live life magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with nature. It is a book of sense and common sense, not only about magick, but about religion and one of the most critical issues of today: how to achieve the much needed and wholesome relationship with our Earth. Cunningham presents Wicca as it is today: a gentle, Earth-oriented religion dedicated to the Goddess and God. Wicca also includes Scott Cunningham's own Book of Shadows and updated appendices of periodicals and occult suppliers.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Wadjet Eye

Author : Jill Rubalcaba
ISBN : 0547531516
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A historical novel set in 45 B.C. Damon's medical training under the Pharaoh's own physician didn't prepare him for his mother's last illness--or for the adventure that follows. Damon must travel from Alexandria all the way to Spain, where his father is fighting in Caesar's army, to deliver the news of his mother's death to the father he hardly knows. Soon the quiet, studious Damon and his best friend, the soldierly Artemas, are caught up in danger and intrigue--from shipwreck and shark attack to the political maneuverings of Cleopatra, Cicero, and Caesar. Fast-paced and suspenseful, this compelling historical novel combines page-turning excitement with a well-researched portrait of the ancient world.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Pagan Paths

Author : Peter Jennings
ISBN : 9781407072678
Genre : Religion
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Paganism is a collection of spiritual paths that have their roots in the ancient religions of the world. Thousands of Pagans today share a love of Nature and a reverence of the Divine, but how they express their beliefs differs according to the path they follow. This ground-breaking guide to Paganism explains--the main issues involved in setting out on the Pagan path --the beliefs and practices of Wicca, Hedgewitch traditions, Druidry, Shamanism, Asatru, Mystery Groups, Ecletic Paganism and some foreign traditions--the Pagan approach to magic--the significance of sacred sites--how to be a practical Pagan - celebrations and organisations --the growing role of Paganism in today's world - Eco-Paganism and Cyber Paganism
Category: Religion

Constructing Adolescence In Fantastic Realism

Author : Alison Waller
ISBN : 9781135904630
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Constructing Adolescence in Fantastic Realism examines those fundamental themes which inform our understanding of "the teenager"—themes that emerge in both literary and cultural contexts. Models of adolescence do not arise solely from discourses of psychology, sociology, and education. Rather, these models—frameworks including developmentalism, identity formation, social agency, and subjectivity in cultural space—can also be found represented symbolically in fantastic tropes such as metamorphosis, time-slip, hauntings, doppelgangers, invisibility, magic gifts, and witchcraft. These are the incredible, supernatural, and magical elements that invade the everyday and diurnal world of fantastic realism. In this original study, Alison Waller proposes a new critical term to categorize a popular and established genre in literature for teenagers: young adult fantastic realism. Though fantastic realism plays a crucial part in the short history of young adult literature, up until now this genre has typically been overlooked or subsumed into the wider class of fantasy. Touching on well-known authors including Robert Cormier, Melvin Burgess, Gillian Cross, Margaret Mahy, K.M. Peyton and Robert Westall, as well as previously unexamined writers, Waller explores the themes and ideological perspectives embedded in fantastic realist novels in order to ask whether parallel realities and fantastic identities produce forms of adolescence that are dynamic and subversive. One of the first studies to deal with late twentieth-century fantastic literature for young adults, this book makes a valuable contribution to our understanding of adult attitudes toward adolescent identity.
Category: Literary Criticism

Church City And Labyrinth In Bront Dickens Hardy And Butor

Author : Marilyn Thomas Faulkenburg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005157198
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Historically city and church have a common origin in the mythic labyrinth - tortuous, walled passageways enclosing a space considered sacred to the demigod. Gradually both concept and fact changed. By the end of the nineteenth century the city is perceived as a labyrinth, but labyrinth as a place of confusion and chaos instead of order. Man, the builder of cities to transcend the profane, becomes man, the demon who is trapped in his own creation. Bronte, Dickens, and Hardy, whose novels span the nineteenth century, and Butor, who presents a culminating expression of the theme on the twentieth century, portray the changing relationship of church and city."
Category: Literary Criticism

Hawaiian Caress

Author : Linda Windsor
ISBN : 0821731564
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Henry Arthur Jones

Author : Aubrey Ward Goodenough
ISBN : IOWA:31858055780138
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The Films Of Lana Turner

Author : Lou Valentino
ISBN : UOM:39015018521917
Genre : Motion picture actors and actresses
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This biography of Lana Turner focuses on her career as an actress and her motion pictures.
Category: Motion picture actors and actresses

Science Fiction Horror Fantasy Film And Television Credits Filmography

Author : Harris M. Lentz
ISBN : 0786409517
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 65.27 MB
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Using popular games as a metaphor for our temporal lives, this six-session DVD curriculum neatly sorts out what's fleeting and what's permanent in God's kingdom. Being Master of the Board is not the point; being rich toward God is. Winning the game of life on Earth is a temporary victory; loving God and other people with all our hearts is an eternal one.
Category: Performing Arts

Pastoral Drama In Early Modern Italy

Author : Lisa Sampson
ISBN : UOM:39015066863039
Genre : Drama
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Emerging in Italy in the mid-sixteenth century, pastoral drama is one of the most characteristic genres of its time. Sampson traces its uneven development into the following century by exploring masterpieces by Tasso and Guarini, and many lesser known works, some by women writers.
Category: Drama

The Sibyl Sanderson Story

Author : Jack Winsor Hansen
ISBN : UOM:39015059249212
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Born in 1864 in Sacramento, California, to a life of wealth and privilege, Sibyl lived in the opulent luxury of the Victorian age. In her youth, famed operetta composers Gilbert and Sullivan were guests in her father's house. She was courted by potentates, noblemen, and millionaires, including William Randolph Hearst, two Russian czars, and the Crown Prince Baudouin of Belgium. But Sibyl's short life was plagued by onstage breakdowns, unscrupulous managers, personal tragedy, and an ill-fated marriage to the handsome, hedonistic Cuban playboy Antonio Terry.".
Category: Biography & Autobiography