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Waiting For Columbus

Author : Thomas Trofimuk
ISBN : 9780330506786
Genre : Fiction
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A Richard and Judy Book Club selection. He appears out of the sea, washed up naked, in the treacherous Straits of Gibraltar. Seemingly delirious, and claiming to be Christopher Columbus, he is taken to an insane asylum in Seville, where astonishingly he starts to reveal the true story of how he set sail on behalf of the Spanish queen five hundred years ago. Consuela, a nurse at the Institute, is charged with helping him back to reality. She listens to his fantastic tales in the hope of discovering the truth. But as his story unfolds, she finds herself falling for her patient – no longer able to tell where truth ends and fantasy begins. Meanwhile, across the continent, Emile Germain is involved in a different search. He's an Interpol officer on the hunt for a missing person, presumed dangerous. He's a determined man, and when his investigation leads to Spain these two stories collide. Part romance, part mysterious thriller, Waiting for Columbus by Thomas Trofimuk is a rich and emotional novel about love, loss, and the fragile beauty of our own life stories.
Category: Fiction

Adventure Is Waiting In Columbus

Author : Reisetagebuch Bullet Journal
ISBN : 1661218776
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Dieses tolle Notizbuch bietet dir massig Platz für all deine fabelhaften Ideen, kleinen Glücksmomente, künstlerischen Abenteuer und natürlich auch To-do-Listen. Es eignet sich ideal als Reisetagebuch, Bullet Journal, Terminplaner oder zum Tagebuchschreiben. Dieses schöne Notizbuch ist ideal für kreative Köpfe, Papierliebhaber und Bullet-Journal-Fans und gleichzeitig auch ein perfektes, individuelles Geschenk für die beste Freundin, einen lieben Menschen oder auch dich selbst. Zudem ist dieses Buch nicht zu groß und auch nicht zu klein und passt in jede Handtasche. Es ist auch ideal fürs Bullet Journaling und für Handschriften jeder Größe geeignet.
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Atrocitology

Author : Matthew White
ISBN : 9780857861252
Genre : History
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Was the twentieth century the most violent in history? Are religions or tyrants, capitalism or communism the cause of most human suffering? Has violence increased or decreased over the course of history? In this wholly original and remarkably ambitious work, 'Atrocitologist' Matthew White considers man's inhumanity to man across several thousand years of history. From the First Punic War and the collapse of Mayan rule, to the reign of Peter the Great and the cataclysmic events of the Second World War, White's epic book spans centuries and civilisations as it measures the hundred most violent events in human history. While sceptical of any grand theory for the causes of human violence, White does share three big lessons gleaned from his careful statistical analysis: one, chaos is more deadly than tyranny; two, the world is even more disorganised than we realise; and three, wars kill more civilians than soldiers (in fact, the army is usually the safest place to be). If we study history to avoid the mistakes of the past, then there can be no more important place to start than this eye-opening and entertaining book.
Category: History

Cuisine And Culture

Author : Linda Civitello
ISBN : 9780471741725
Genre : Cooking
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An illuminating account of how history shapes our diets-now revised and updated Why did the ancient Romans believe cinnamon grew in swamps guarded by giant killer bats? How did the African cultures imported by slavery influence cooking in the American South? What does the 700-seat McDonald's in Beijing serve in the age of globalization? With the answers to these and many more such questions, Cuisine and Culture, Second Edition presents an engaging, informative, and witty narrative of the interactions among history, culture, and food. From prehistory and the earliest societies around the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers to today's celebrity chefs, Cuisine and Culture, Second Edition presents a multicultural and multiethnic approach that draws connections between major historical events and how and why these events affected and defined the culinary traditions of different societies. Fully revised and updated, this Second Edition offers new and expanded features and coverage, including: New Crossing Cultures sections providing brief sketches of foods and food customs moving between cultures More holiday histories, food fables, and food chronologies Discussions of food in the Byzantine, Portuguese, Turkish/Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian empires Greater coverage of the scientific genetic modification of food, from Mendel in the 19th century to the contemporary GM vs. organic food debate Speculation on the future of food And much more! Complete with sample recipes and menus, as well as revealing photographs and illustrations, Cuisine and Culture, Second Edition is the essential survey history for students of food history.
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Christopher Columbus

Author : Mildred Stapley Byne
ISBN : 9783734089404
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: Christopher Columbus by Mildred Stapley Byne
Category: Fiction

Who Was Christopher Columbus

Author : Bonnie Bader
ISBN : 9780698159501
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Learn all about Christopher Columbus' early life at sea, which led him to seek fortune by sailing west in hopes of creating new trade routes with the Indies. Kids will read about why he called himself the "Great Admirald of the Seas" and learn of all his struggles to find finacial support for his voyage.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Christopher Columbus Ebook

Author : Mary Tucker
ISBN : 9780787785468
Genre :
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Have any of your students been on a sea voyage? Discovered a new land? Navigated by dead reckoning? Designed their own coat of arms? They will as you go through this book. So get on board for a voyage your students will never forget. Launch out into the deep and watch them enjoy learning like a fish loves water!
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Corpus Christi

Author : Scott Williams
ISBN : 9781439620625
Genre : Photography
File Size : 69.71 MB
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Latin for “Body of Christ,” Corpus Christi is a popular vacation destination, military town, and thriving seaport. Legend has it that Spanish explorer Alonso Álvarez de Pineda discovered and named Corpus Christi Bay in 1519. Henry L. Kinney, a trader who arrived in the area around 1838, is credited with starting the trading post that eventually grew into one of Texas’s largest cities and became home to one of the nation’s busiest ports. This “Sparkling City by the Sea” balances growth and industry with an appreciation for the air, water, and wildlife that attract both sportsmen and environmentalists. Corpus Christi is a bilingual, bicultural community that embraces both its Mexican and American roots.
Category: Photography

Classic Rock Drummers

Author : Ken Micallef
ISBN : 9781617133596
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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(Book). Exploring technique, history, musicality and instrumental details, this book covers every aspect of the major drummers of the classic rock era: Keith Moon (The Who), Ian Paice (Deep Purple), Bill Ward (Black Sabbath), John Bonham (Led Zeppelin), Stewart Copeland (The Police) and Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac), among others. Each drummer's standout tracks are here in detail: choice of notes, how the parts strengthened and supported the music, and lasting influences on the drummers of today and music at large. The accompanying audio features sound samples of the styles of the profiled drummers. Includes historically accurate drum equipment setups.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Pilgrimage

Author : Diana Davidson
ISBN : 9781927366189
Genre : Fiction
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Pilgrimage opens in the deep winter of 1891 on the M�Ã�©tis and missionary settlement of Lac St. Anne, Canada. A young woman of mixed-blood named Mahkes�Ã�®s is carrying the child of the married Englishman who manages the Hudson Bay Company trading post. She is forced to reveal her devastating secret to her Cree grandmother. As an unmarried Catholic girl, Mahkes�Ã�®s waits for a miracle in the very place others come for redemption. Set in a northern landscape, Pilgrimage is a brilliant debut novel about love and loss and women and men trying to survive the violent intimacy of a small place in a changing colonial empire.
Category: Fiction

Even Trolls Love Pasties

Author : Jim Abb
ISBN : 9781465378002
Genre : Fiction
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Even Trolls Love Pasties looks back to life in Ann Arbor during the 1970s and two freshmen at the University of Michigan as they move through at world of young loves, new friendships, drugs, music, politics, Wolverine football and the occasional ghost. After encountering the slings and arrows that life throws their way, the two embark on a road trip to Daytona Beachvia Seattle.
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Deadhead Social Science

Author : Rebecca G. Adams
ISBN : 0742502511
Genre : Social Science
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Deadhead Social Science is a collection of papers examining various aspects of the complex subculture surrounding the rock band, the Grateful Dead. Deadheads, as Grateful Dead fans are called, followed the band from venue to venue until the band announced their dissolution in December of 1995. Deadhead Social Science addresses the questions: What is a Deadhead? How does a Deadhead identity evolve? Why would a person choose an identity that would be viewed negatively by a larger society? Why are Deadheads viewed negatively by the larger society? Is the Deadhead community a popular religion? How did a rock band develop a religious following? The book also examines the music, the role of vendors, and the reaction by "host" communities to the Grateful Dead and its following. One key theme in Deadhead Social Science is the interconnections among teaching, research, and personal interests written from a variety of social science disciplinary traditions.
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Columbus

Author : Daniel S. Preston
ISBN : UOM:39015004820620
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Christopher Columbus

Author : Janet Benge
ISBN : 193209623X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Christopher Columbus: Across the Ocean describes the life and times of Master Navigator Christopher Columbus as he daringly set sail west from Europe, confident he would reach the Indies. Columbus never realized that his voyages across the Atlantic Ocean would be recognized as a major turning point in world history.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Christopher Columbus

Author : Charles Kendall Adams
ISBN : HARVARD:32044050803568
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Columbus And Columbia

Author : James Gillespie Blaine
ISBN : PRNC:32101010093167
Genre : America
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Category: America