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Spring Rain Winter Snow

Author: Edward J. Rielly
Publisher: Shanti Arts Publishing
ISBN: 1941830951
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Spring Rain Winter Snow celebrates the four seasons with insightful haiku and enchanting illustrations. The pages of this lovely book are filled with opportunities for children to gaze, wonder, question, and smile. Both children and adults will enjoy this book for its engaging approach to the magic of nature's seasons.

Biological Soil Crusts Structure Function And Management

Author: Jayne Belnap
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642564755
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In arid lands, where vegetation is sparse or absent, the open ground is not bare but generally covered by a community of small, highly specialized organisms. Cyanobacteria, algae, microfungi, lichens, and bryophytes aggregate soil particles to form a coherent skin - the biological soil crust. It stabilizes and protects the soil surface from erosion by wind and water, influences water runoff and infiltration, and contributes nitrogen and carbon to desert soils. Soil surface disturbance, such as heavy livestock grazing, human trampling or off-road vehicles, breaks up the fragile soil crust, thus compromising its stability, structure, and productivity. This book is the first synthesis of the biology of soil crusts and their importance as an ecosystem component. Composition and functioning of different soil-crust types are discussed, and case studies are used to show the impact of crusts on landscape hydrology, soil stability, nutrient cycles, and land management.

The Image Of Modern Man In T S Eliot S Poetry

Author: Mariwan Nasradeen Hasan Barzinji
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477247041
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A Synopsis of "The Image of Modern Man in T. S. Eliot's Poetry" The book, presents an original understanding of The Image of Modern Man in T. S. Eliot's complex and difficult poems in an easy and understandable way. Eliot's vision of the Modern Man and the modern world is depicted throughout Eliot's most well-known poems. Eliot was criticized by some critics for the quality of his work. The aim of this book is to show what an excellent and successful writer he is, to reveal the value and the contemporaneity of his work. His poetry is highly evaluated for its unique way of depicting the Modern human by realizing their problems as well as finding solutions for them. The book is a great help not only for students, but also for researchers as the writer has spent much time in reading Eliot's Poems. He has also written an ample introduction about modernism, modernity, modern literature and modern poetry, which might be enough to understand the rise of modern poetry. ..". All of Eliot's poems especially "The Waste Land" has presented readers with all the aspects of the modern life. Life is depicted as a mirror, broken and shattered into pieces as it is clear in the different parts of the poem. Eliot unlike many poets did not leave the modern man lost in despair but he finds them them, their peace of mind by having a true and stable faith as well as their turning to God." ..". The only solution for the entire problems of modern man is to turn to God and neglect the world that completely occupied them spiritually." ..".Modern man lost has lost his values especially women by only looking after children, many of them turned to prostitution because they did not have any source of income; therefore, they used that as a way to earn money to maintain life. These are the characteristics of the modern city, which are shared by all the countries, especially Europe. Eliot insists on the necessity of turning from world to God. He believed that God can solve their problems, because man or any other earthly power could not change that gloomy and aimless life, which modern man complained against."

The Spring Rain

Author: Quinn Graw
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475988664
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Writing poetry for nearly twenty years, Quinn Graw has had a number of poems published in various anthologies. Covering a wide selection of topics including friendship, faith in God, nature and depression come a unique Christian view of human nature. This first book of poetry chronicle the beginning of his writings in the 1990’s. Starting with the winter season then going into The Spring Rain, many of these works deal with the majestic creations within the four seasons that God has created.. From current events to personal struggles there are a variety of works here to reflect upon the ups and downs of our day to day lives.

Spring Meditations

Author: Jean Elizabeth Ward
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 055700215X
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Spring Poetry, Prose, Verses, and Quotes by Jean Ward, Jean E. Ward, Jean Elizabeth Ward, American Poet Laureate, and Multi-media Artist, presents words by Whitman, Shelley, Dickinson, Wordsworth, Teasdale, Lyly, Rilke, Herbert, Parker, Lynch, Howe, Herrick, Cummings, Blake, Lawrence, Basho, Yu Xuanji, Li Quingzhao, Zen Masters and more. one of four books in the series of Mediations.

Teaching Green

Author: Tim Grant
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9780865715011
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A complete resource for "teaching green" to young people in grades 6-8

Lost Souls

Author: Sunwon Hwang
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231520506
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These captivating short stories portray three major periods in modern Korean history: the forces of colonial modernity during the late 1930s; the postcolonial struggle to rebuild society after four decades of oppression, emasculation, and cultural exile (1945 to 1950); and the attempt to reconstruct a shattered land and a traumatized nation after the Korean War. Lost Souls echoes the exceptional work of China's Shen Congwen and Japan's Kawabata Yasunari. Modernist narratives set in the metropolises of Tokyo and Pyongyang alternate with starkly realistic portraits of rural life. Surrealist tales suggest the unsettling sensation of colonial domination, while stories of the outcast embody the thrill and terror of independence and survival in a land dominated by tradition and devastated by war. Written during the chaos of 1945, "Booze" recounts a fight between Koreans for control of a former Japanese-owned distillery. "Toad" relates the suffering created by hundreds of thousands of returning refugees, and stories from the 1950s confront the catastrophes of the Korean War and the problematic desire for autonomy. Visceral and versatile, Lost Souls is a classic work on the possibilities of transition that showcases the innovation and craftsmanship of a consummate and widely celebrated storyteller.