There Is Only The Earth

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There Is Only The Earth

Author : Scout Tufankjian
ISBN : 1595910832
Genre : History
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The story of the Armenians has always been one of upheaval. For the past three thousand years, waves of migrants left their ancestral homes in Eastern Turkey and Northern Syria, following ancient trade and pilgrimage routes and fleeing countless revolutions, civil wars, and massacres. Despite these centuries of displacement, however, today's Armenian diaspora is strong and vibrantwith eight million Armenians living in over 85 countries across the globe. InThe Is Only the Earth, photographer Scout Tufankjian creates a portrait of the global Armenian community as it exists today. Through nearly 200 breathtaking full-color images and short interviews with Armenians around the world, Tufankjian shows how Armenians have thrivedhow they have rebuilt their communities, how their families have remained linked, and how they have maintained their identity despite the pressures of assimilation.
Category: History

Whispers From The Earth

Author : Ada Luz Márquez
ISBN :
Genre : Poetry
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Closing my eyes and hearing the Earth sing, Caressing the sounds savoring them, Plunging into its fragrance, Touching its multiple textures with the tip of the eardrum, Brushing them with colours in the canvas of my closed eyelids Ruffling the most profound layer of its skin. Being the touch of the trickling water, the whistle of the wind, The rustling of leaves, the softness of a petal, The lightening of each thunder, the strength of a volcano, The caress of a sunset and the Sharp silence of the fog… The sounds of Nature reflect the echo of everything that resonates within.
Category: Poetry

Unaccustomed Earth

Author : Jhumpa Lahiri
ISBN : 9788184004847
Genre : Fiction
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The stories of Unaccustomed Earth focus on second-generation immigrants making and remaking lives, loves and identities in England and America. We follow brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers, friends and lovers, in stories that take us from Boston and London to Bombay and Calcutta. Blending the individual and the generational, the exotic and the strikingly mundane, these haunting, exquisitely detailed and emotionally complex stories are intensely compelling elegies of life, death, love and fate. This is a dazzling work from a masterful writer.
Category: Fiction

Fcc Record

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
ISBN : OSU:32437121017228
Genre : Telecommunication
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Category: Telecommunication

The Road To Science Fiction From Here To Forever

Author : James E. Gunn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114691301
Genre : Fiction
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Now in Paperback! The Road to Science Fiction is a six-volume anthology that covers the development of this genre from its earliest prototypes to the current day. Created originally to provide anthologies for use in classrooms in the late 1970s, these volumes became mass-market sellers. Between an ancient Roman's trip to the moon and the fantastic tales of H.G. Wells lies a journey through time and space and an awesome evolution in scientific thinking. From Gilgamesh's search for immortality to Edgar Allan Poe's balloon trip in the year 2848 these and other key works are gathered together for the first time in one anthology, complete with revealing commentary on the authors, their eras, and the role each played in establishing what we today recognize as science fiction. Volume 4 From Here to Forever covers the period from 1950-1992, illustrating how science fiction can be as concerned with language and character as much as traditional fiction and anything in the mainstream. Includes stories by Jorge Luis Borges, Richard Matheson, C. M. Kornbluth, Jack Vance, and Pamela Zoline.
Category: Fiction

The Last Days Of Planet Earth

Author : L. J. Hick
ISBN : 9781481994712
Genre : Fiction
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Why are the FBI interested in Adam Blake, a man released from a psychiatric hospital and who is now a very rich historian? Blake surrounds himself with a bizarre group of employees and travels the world with his friend and employee Victor. When an incident at a log cabin triggers a series of violent and disturbing events, FBI agents Jack and Helen travel to England to see whether these events are connected to Blake. The truth is more alarming than they can possibly imagine. A collection of characters, drawn from the earliest days of the earth itself, start to emerge and make their presence felt. Blake is gathering an army, but what does he need this army for? Does he intend to save the world or destroy it? Are these The Last Days of Planet Earth?
Category: Fiction

The Pakistan Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015020147610
Genre : Pakistan
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Inheritors Of The Earth

Author : Alison O'Grady
ISBN : UOM:39015001717324
Genre : Minorities
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Category: Minorities

A Girdle Roundabout The Earth

Author : Mary Manning Carley
ISBN : UTEXAS:059172119586234
Genre : Voyages and travels
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Category: Voyages and travels

Earth Sciences History

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ISBN : UOM:39015081525787
Genre : Earth sciences
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Earth Water Air And Fire

Author : David T. McNab
ISBN : UOM:39015047106979
Genre : History
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Presents papers from a May 1994 conference. Part I provides two Aboriginal perspectives on the meaning of the four elements and on Aboriginal art. Parts II-V relate the history of the regions of Bkejwanong, Atlantic Canada, Ontario, and the North. Specific subjects include Nova Scotia Indian policies, 1783-1867, the uses and abuses of power in two Ontario residential schools, and Aboriginal reserves and self-government, 1960-82. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
Category: History

Earth S Envelope

Author : Theo Löbsack
ISBN : CORNELL:31924004223479
Genre : Atmosphere
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Category: Atmosphere

A Greener Earth

Author : Evan Hill
ISBN : STANFORD:36105001754402
Genre : Nature conservation
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Category: Nature conservation