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Yesterday S Moon

Author : Gaynor Dawson
ISBN : 9781450249737
Genre : Poetry
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Yesterday’s Moon, a collection of cowboy poetry, bridges the gap between modern life and simpler times. Through this anthology, author Gaynor Dawson offers a work of contemplative, insightful, and often surprisingly funny reminiscences that chronicle a lifetime of lessons learned. Employing rhymed, free-verse poetry, Yesterday’s Moon focuses on four categories: starting out in life and making choices; childhood stories and the lessons they taught; ranching life and cowboy philosophy; and closing the circle of life. Some of the pieces are built around humor, like “Murphy and the Badger,” while others, such as “Give the Horse His Head,” explore the confines of a comatose man approaching his final days. A number of the verses have been put to music by others and some are performed by folk artists who resonated with the message. Dawson uses verse to create visual images of his setting, while telling stories and exploring the lessons that can be learned form those stories. The content and form are a reflection of life in small towns and rural areas where interaction with nature and natural phenomena are part of the daily routine.
Category: Poetry

Wet Moon Volume 6 Yesterday S Gone

Author : Sophie Campbell
ISBN : 9781620100271
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Trilby Bernarde has been attacked, brutally stabbed, and left to die. But how will Trilby's absence affect the rest of Wet Moon? For some, life moves on normally, but for others, this tragedy could change everything. While Mara and Cleo wait for some news about Trilby, Audrey and Natalie prepare to move, and Martin gets ready to leave for Winter break. And the attack brings someone else back to Wet Moon: FBI Agent David Wolfe.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119497837
Genre : Copyright
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Where Europe Begins

Author : Yoko Tawada
ISBN : 0811217027
Genre : Fiction
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Chosen as a 2005Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year,Where Europe Begins has been described by the Russian literary phenomenon Victor Pelevin as "a spectacular journey through a world of colliding languages and multiplying cities." In these stories' disparate settings--Japan, Siberia, Russia, and Germany--the reader becomes as much a foreigner as the author, or the figures that fill this book: the ghost of a burned woman, a traveler on the Trans-Siberian railroad, a mechanical doll, a tongue, a monk who leaps into his own reflection. Through the timeless artof storytelling, Yoko Tawada discloses the virtues of bewilderment, estrangement, andHilaritas: the goddess of rejoicing.
Category: Fiction

Barking At Yesterday S Moon

Author : Mike Grant
ISBN : 1523482281
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In this sequel to "White Wolf Moon"* the usual suspects are at it again. Ex-Sixties rockers/folk musicians Evan Morris and Danny Mann feature prominently in one misadventure after another. Evan's confrontation with a rifle-toting hillbilly while researching the background of his wolfdog sets off a week packed with uncharacteristic behavior for the sixty-something singer, from vandalizing a teen-ager's car to a brush with the law in Edmonton, Alberta. These needed and oft times comedic contrasts to his staid life are overshadowed by the death of another former band member from the Sixties. At the celebration of life "muck-up" Evan grapples with thoughts of a life that might have been and treads a trail of rediscovery with more questions than answers. "Barking at Yesterday's Moon" is about relationships and friendships that last forever, old rock and roll bands, a musician's life on the road, and wolfdogs. It's about finding that balance between what was and what is and realizing that it's what we've done that makes us what we are. *Every effort has been made to allow this work to stand alone. The chapter "Jenn's Story" briefly recounts the contents of the first novel and any references to that first book have been clarified in the narrative or dialogue.

The Flatbed Sutra Of Louie Wing

Author : Ted Biringer
ISBN : 9781589825178
Genre : Fiction
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Near death, Louie Wing gathered together his students and friends to impart his final Zen teachings. Hearing that the great master would soon pass on, people came from all walks of faith to hear his final words. The crowd that gathered was too large to fit in any nearby building, so Louie Wing spoke from the flatbed of a truck in a wide field. These teachings came to be called The Flatbed Sutra of Louie Wing.Through this allegorical character of Louie Wing, author Ted Biringer brings a life and a force to even the most abstract of Zen teachings. Inspired by the Zen classic The Platform Sutra of Hui-Neng, The Flatbed Sutra of Louie Wing brings an open, modern look at the classic philosophy of Zen. Driven by the belief that anyone can reach enlightenment, this book is made to be accessible for novices and experts alike and includes a glossary, short quotes and stories of Louie Wing, and an additional commentary on the Genjokoan.
Category: Fiction

Bittersweet Yesterdays

Author : Kate Proctor
ISBN : 9781459284333
Genre : Fiction
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Nothing but Trouble Lucy Preston had been a headache for Mark Waterford since she was a teenager—a rebel whose only cause was to make her infuriatingly autocratic stepbrother's life as miserable as possible. She'd grown up somewhat in the past years; she'd found a niche at Waterford Consortium and had mercifully avoided any confrontations. Until Mark decided to make her his assistant. Mark was considered to be every woman's dream man, and Lucy hoped that one of them would quickly get him off her back. And then she realized that Mark's attention wasn't nearly as unwelcome as it once had been!
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Glass Moon Over Images Of Sand

Author : Edel Romay
ISBN : 9781463338282
Genre : Fiction
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Glass Moon Over Images of Sand presents a collage of brief narratives woven to stir the imagination. In these pieces, the author creates absurd realism the coexistence of the absurd within what people call human reality. This book speaks to its readers with real fiction of edited memories. This collection of short narratives exposes readers to contemplate yesterday as a dream. Romay describes it as something like what some writers experience within that encounter with absence when they internalize themselves into a sheet of blank paper in the present progressive digital world. Unquestionably, that "yesterday" that once was "today" is suspended in that labyrinth of memory. After all, this narrative subscribes to the premise that "Reality only exists in language." The reason is that the reality of this work manifests itself if readers continue to read it offering more than one reading.
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Author : Witold Gombrowicz
ISBN : 9780300183399
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Just before the outbreak of World War II, young Witold Gombrowicz left his home in Poland and set sail for South America. In 1953, still living as an expatriate in Argentina, he began his Diary with one of literature's most memorable openings: "Monday Me. Tuesday Me. Wednesday Me. Thursday Me." Gombrowicz's Diary grew to become a vast collection of essays, short notes, polemics, and confessions on myriad subjects ranging from political events to literature to the certainty of death. Not a traditional journal, Diary is instead the commentary of a brilliant and restless mind. Widely regarded as a masterpiece, this brilliant work compelled Gombrowicz's attention for a decade and a half until he penned his final entry in France, shortly before his death in 1969. Long out of print in English, Diary is now presented in a convenient single volume featuring a new preface by Rita Gombrowicz, the author's widow and literary executor. This edition also includes ten previously unpublished pages from the 1969 portion of the diary.
Category: Biography & Autobiography