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O the Brave Music

Author : Dorothy Evelyn Smith
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This is a new release of the original 1951 edition.

O the Brave Music

Author : D. Smith
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Ruan is an intelligent and imaginative child, who gradually comes to understand the nuances of the adult world around her, as she moves from the Manse, under the strict rule of her father, a non-conformist minister, to Cobbetts, her mother's ancestral home, under the tutelage of her Uncle Alaric, and back to the guardianship of Rosie Day at Bolton House high up on the moor above the town where she was born. Her young life is shaped by a series of tragedies, but also the warmth of enduring friendships, particularly with David, her dearest friend who shares her love of the wild expanse and colours of the moor.

Oh the Brave Music

Author : Richard Blaker
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O the Brave Music

Author : Dorothy Evelyn Smith
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

Living Age

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The Living Age

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Hidden Fields

Author : By Dr. Charles N. Ford
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Author Charles Ford continues to examine the philosophy of choice in the spirit of poetry by existentialism. Many themes are included, such as alienation, God, death, love, and so on. Here the list of themes is not exhausted. The roots of these choices are grounded in the will of the individual rather than his/her reason. He/she confronts problems that are seen in the world, so by his/her actions disclose human nature and reflect his/her latent dispositions. This is where inner choices must arise, so external choices may be seen as actions per se. When these state-of-affairs are closely examined, they disclosed aspects of the human condition. Experiences that revealed that we are human beings touching various realms of reality. For our inner/external choices say something about our makeup, we are wonderfully composed, and dynamically active from moment-to-moment of our existence. In Hidden Fields Book 3, Charles has written lots of poems in a personal way. He invites the readers to come along, and experience reality both mentally and through their senses. Every reader will soon discover something about him/ her with respect to choices that were made that he/she is fleshly human and is real. Charles wants to share and invite the reader into his home now.

Music from Little House in the Big Woods and Farmer Boy

Author : Dale Cockrell
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Catalog of Copyright Entries Part 1 C Group 3 Dramatic Composition and Motion Pictures New Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Think Write Speak

Author : Vladimir Nabokov
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'Masterly, hilarious, truly insightful' - Philip Hensher, The Spectator A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year 2019 The last major collection of Nabokov's published material, Think, Write, Speak brings together a treasure trove of previously uncollected texts from across the author's extraordinary career. Each phase of his wandering life is included, from a precocious essay written while still at Cambridge in 1921, through his fame in the aftermath of the publication of Lolita to the final, fascinating interviews given shortly before his death in 1977. Introduced and edited by his biographer Brian Boyd, this is an essential work for anyone who has been drawn into Nabokov's literary orbit. Here he is at his most inspirational, curious, playful, misleading and caustic. The seriousness of his aesthetic credo, his passion for great writing and his mix of delight and dismay at his own, sudden global fame in the 1950s are all brilliantly delineated.

Music from Little Town on the Prairie

Author : Dale Cockrell
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The red white blue monster song book ed by J Diprose

Author : John Diprose
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The Musical World

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Dorset Brothers at War

Author : Jessica Christian
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In 1914, three brothers started their First World War service with the Dorset Yeomanry. Only one would survive. This is the story of their wartime experiences told largely in their own words.

The Rubaiyat

Author : Peter Karsten
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'The Rubaiyat' is my translated version of this Persian classic, it is a 'Revised Third Edition'. Following on from the 'Original Edition' by Omar Khayyam, the 'Translated Edition' in 1859, and the 'Revised Second Edition' in 1868, both by Edward Fitzgerald. The 'Revised Third Edition' has new additional lines added by the author in combination with Omar Khayyam and Edward Fitzgerald editions, to give 'The Rubaiyat' a fresh look. Please note: Omar Khayyam and Edward Fitzgerald have been added as contributing authors with respect.

Suffragist Sheet Music

Author : Danny O. Crew
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This is an exhaustive reference work of sheet music published in the United States from the late 18th century to the year after adoption of the 19th amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote. In chronological order, the entries present bibliographic data (words by, music by, published in, published by, copyright, size, cover, inside, key, location) on each piece of music, a photographic depiction of the cover or first page (where available), and the complete lyrics for each piece. Included are early music of a rebellious nature, music surrounding the early woman's rights conventions, and pro and anti woman's rights and suffrage pieces from 1795 on; a limited number of entries on non-U.S. sheet music are presented also. General music about women, sentimental and love songs, and songs related to traditional roles and stereotypes have not been included.

Parliamentary Debates

Author : New Zealand. Parliament
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Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

Author : Omar Khayyam
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The best-loved, bestselling poem ever published is reissued in a bicentennial edition with a sumptuous new look. Edward FitzGerald's much-loved, often-quoted, best-selling 1859 translation of the Rubaiyat (650 editions in 150 years), with Attar's charming narrative poem, Bird Parliament. Extensive new introduction with notes and chronology.

Omar Khayy m

Author : E.H. Rodwell
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This book, first published in 1931, shows in a simple, sound and lucid manner how the genius of two poets (Omar Khayyam and FitzGerald) brought together by the genius of an Orientalist (Professor Cowell) culminated in a very strange, very beautiful and profound English poem. This book is concerned with the genuineness of the verses ascribed to Omar Khayyam, and consists of a comparison of the original Arabic, a paraphrase, and FitzGerald’s first and fourth editions.

Lyrical Movements Historical Hauntings

Author : Geeta Patel
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This is one of the first books in any language on the life and work of Miraji (1912-1949), one of the major canonical Urdu poets of the 20th century. Presenting close readings of some of Miraji's most compelling and challenging poems, the author reconceives the relationships among nationalism, gender, and sexuality in Indian life.