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The Rose Of Fire

Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 1443418463
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Set at the time of the Spanish Inquisition in the 15th century, “Rose of Fire” tells the story of the origins of the mysterious labyrinthine library, the Cemetery of Forgotten Books, which lies at the heart of Carlos Ruiz Zafon’s novels, The Shadow of the Wind, The Angel’s Game, and now The Prisoner of Heaven.

Imagery And Symbolism In T S Eliot S Poetry

Author: Nidhi Tiwari
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
ISBN: 9788171569991
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Twentieth Century English Literature Was Shaped To A Great Extent By The Genius Of T.S. Eliot. His Towering Personality Illuminates The Major Genres Of English Literature. No Study Of The Early Twentieth Century British Canonical Literature Is Possible Without Encountering The Icon T.S. Eliot Poet, Critic, Dramatist.Images And Symbols Have Been Always Employed By Writers Of All Literatures Down The Ages. But, Movements Like Imagism And Symbolism Gave An Entirely New Focus To Images And Symbols. Archetypal Criticism Was A Parallel Emergence. In An Age Torn By The Anxiety Of Two World Wars, And Dissatisfied With Scientific And Materialistic Concept Of Man, The Archetypal Approach Sought To Restore To Man The Entire Humanity.The Present Volume Offers An Indepth Study Of The Major Archetypes And How They Are Interwoven In The Imagery And Symbolism In The Poetry Of T.S. Eliot. The Complexities Of The Modern Age And Their Expression In Eliot S Poetry Cannot Be Understood Without Archetypes, Myths And Legends. This Domain Had Not Been Explored So Far. Hence, This Volume Presents A Systematic Structuring And Evaluation Of Archetypal Imagery And Symbolism In Eliot S Major Poems As Well As Other Minor Poems. It Is Hoped That Teachers, Researchers And Students Of Literature Will Find The Volume To Be Of Considerable Interest And Use.

Cult Following

Author: Brian Wakeling
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326234935
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People keep getting kidnapped. It's not usually an occupational hazard when you're a mercenary, so when it happens to you, it usually means your friends have to go and do the rescuing. An obscure cult from the mysterious continent across the Eastern Ocean has decided that Morgan is the one spoken of in an ancient prophecy. It wouldn't be the first time she's been fingered by Destiny, but at least the cultists could have asked before taking her back home for training.

States Of Desire

Author: Vicki Mahaffey
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195353884
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This book is an intimate study of the three giants in Irish literary history: Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats, and James Joyce. In addition to constructing a narrative of Irelands political and literary past, Vicki Mahaffey interweaves the lives and writing of the authors into a portrait of national imagination, shaped not only by a vast cultural and mythic heritage, but also by the hard fact of English political domination. States of Desire argues that what people desire is fundamentally connected to how they write and read. Not only do language and narrative shape desire (and vice versa), but because these processes are socially conditioned, some political circumstances, such as those present in Ireland at the turn of the century, foster experimental desire more successfully than others. Mahaffey's contribution to the critical discourse on literary modernism is to assign a political motive to the art of modernist wordplay; in doing so, she offers a more compelling and socially driven version of the oft-told tale of literary modernism. Irish writers, she argues, sought to disrupt the rigidity of political thinking and social control by turning language into a weapon; by opening up infinite new possibilities of meaning and association, linguistic play makes it impossible for thought to be monopolized by the state or any other institutional power. In this light, the text becomes a prism of political, cultural, and erotic desires: a fountain of conscious and unconscious linguistic suggestion. Defying semantic control and refuting societal repression, Wilde, Yeats, and Joyce literally fought, in their lives and in their work, for a freedom of expression which--as was painfully evidenced in the case of Wilde--was not to be had for the asking.

The Rose Of Sharon

Author: D.J. Blatchford
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1634174119
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Struggling to escape life’s seemingly bottomless pit, Don, Win, and Marandia all strived to overcome their personal battles. Don is faced by the lack of financial stability of his family, Win and her siblings struggle because, at an early age, they were abused, and they had experienced the doings of her mother and stepfather. Marandia, on a lighter note, struggles in putting up her garden. She asked help from her friends, and they started putting up a potato farm. And this opened a new opportunity for change. All three aspire to become successful in their lives by living through the principles of what it is to be a born again-Christian. A story about family struggles, putting up with the drama of daily life, and the strengthening of Christian faith, The Rose of Sharon will inspire you to live a meaningful Christian life.

The Great Detective At The Crucible Of Life

Author: Thos. kent Miller
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 0809500507
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Recently found amongst some obscure papers of (surprisingly) H.P. Lovecraft, this new manuscript chronicles a complex and mysterious quest deep into the deserts of Ethiopia in 1872 accompanied by his man-servant Hans and a host of the nineteenth century's most prodigious luminaries-among them explorer and linguist Sir Richard Burton, astronomer Maria Mitchell, and volcanologist Axel Lindenbrock. In the midst of all the danger faced, close calls, magnificent landscapes, wry humor, stern and practical questioning, and even a lost city, Quatermain documents several thrilling incidents, including his finding, no less than the very essence of the meaning of life, which he then-as he frequently did-discounts as a wizard's trick! And, and of course, along the way, Quatermain crosses paths with-not one but two of the greatest detectives of his era!

The Visible And The Invisible In The Interplay Between Philosophy Literature And Reality

Author: Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401004854
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Merleau-Ponty's categories of the visible and the invisible are investigated afresh and with originality in this penetrating collection of literary and philosophical inquiries. Going beyond the traditional and current references to the mental and the sensory, mind and body, perceptual content and the abstract ideas conveyed in language, etc., these studies range from the `hidden spheres of reality', to the play of the visible and the invisible left as traces in works of human genius, the origins of intellect and language, the real and the imaginary in literature, and the `hidden realities' in the philosophy of the everyday world. These literary and philosophical probings collectively reveal the role of this disjoined/conjoined pairing in the ontopoietic establishment of reality, that is, in the manifestation of the logos of life. In tandem they bring to light the hidden play of the visible and the invisible in the emergence of our vital, societal, intimate, intellectual, and creative involvements.