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Tolstoy

Author: Count Leo Tolstoy
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1461741629
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Russian novelist and philospher Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) is best known for his monumental novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina, but his reputation as a master of short fiction is richly evident in this unparalleled anthology. Here, in the largest one-volume collection available, are 36 stories of war, intrigue, treachery, murder, moral turmoil, spiritual anguish, and occasional redemption. They include early stories like the famed "Sevastopol" tales of warfare and "Lost on the Steppe;" the tour de force novellas "The Death of Ivan Ilyitch" and "The Kreutzer Sonata;" as well as folk tales, parables, realistic tales, and many lesser-known gems.

Tolstoy

Author: graf Leo Tolstoy
Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub
ISBN: 9780881841657
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Thirty-six stories look at Russian soldiers, gamblers, peasants, doctors, and the wealthy and consider the themes of war, politics, friendship, and survival.

Listening To Pain Finding Words Compassion And Relief

Author: David Biro
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393077918
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“A journey through art and literature as well as medical experience, seeking ways of understanding, articulating, and relieving pain.”—Perri Klass, Washington Post In this impassioned and hopeful book, David Biro reveals how to break through the silent wall of suffering—physical and psychological—that all too often accompanies pain and illness. Drawing together compelling stories from patients and insights from some of our greatest thinkers, writers, and artists, Listening to Pain eloquently demonstrates how lan- guage can alleviate the loneliness of pain, paving the way for empathy and effective treatment. Originally published in hardcover under the title The Language of Pain.

Literary Trips

Author: Victoria Brooks
Publisher: GreatestEscapes.com Publishing
ISBN: 9780968613719
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24 more tales representing the very best in travel writing, plus thoroughly researched guidebook information.

The Aquarian Age

Author: Elsa M. Glover
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1300824638
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The Aquarian Age is an astrological era that is arriving in the year 2638 where humans will have the ability to read minds by resonance, and have x-ray vision by not processing the reflection of the image on the retina, but actually looking out and seeing the thing itself. This is not science fiction, but foretold by a PhD in physics who devoted her life to studying astrology and spirituality. She has now passed, but her niece Susanna Brown has put back into print the original 1987 limited edition version of her book. Dr. Glover shows how the Aquarian Age will help people to break out of the shell of ignorance, lack of self-esteem, and fear so that they can become, for the first time in history, truly free. As people become free to explore their own inner natures, the world around them, and other peoples, unprecedented advances will be made in self-actualization, scientific understanding, invention, and universal love. First Edition ISBN: 0-533-07338-3

Men At War

Author: Christopher Coker
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190257482
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Since Achilles first stormed into our imagination, literature has introduced its readers to truly unforgettable martial characters. In Men at War, Christopher Coker discusses some of the most famous of these fictional creations and their impact on our understanding of war and masculinity. Grouped into five archetypes-warriors, heroes, villains, survivors and victims-these characters range across 3000 years of history, through epic poems, the modern novel and one of the twentieth century's most famous film scripts. Great authors like Homer and Tolstoy show us aspects of reality invisible except through a literary lens, while fictional characters such as Achilles and Falstaff, Robert Jordan and Jack Aubrey, are not just larger than life; they are life's largeness-and this is why we seek them out. Although the Greeks knew that the lovers, wives and mothers of soldiers are the chief victims of battle, for the combatants, war is a masculine pursuit. Each of Coker's chapters explores what fiction tells us about war's appeal to young men and the way it makes- and breaks-them. The existential appeal of war too is perhaps best conveyed in fictional accounts, and these too are scrutinized by the author.

Essays Of The Masters

Author: Charles Neider
Publisher: Cooper Square Press
ISBN: 1461660963
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This unorthodox but delightful anthology of 42 essays focuses on the masters of world literature—writers best known for novels, plays, and poems—and how they put the essay to their personal use. Contributors include Auden, Balzac, Conrad, Dickens, Dostoevski, Eliot, Faulkner, Flaubert, Gide, Goethe, Hardy, Hawthorne, Heine, Hemingway, Kafka, Kipling, Lawrence, Melville, Pirandello, Poe, Proust, Sartre, Tolstoy, Twain, Whitman, Wilde, Woolf, and Yeats.

Beyond Cape Horn

Author: Charles Neider
Publisher: Cooper Square Press
ISBN: 1461660858
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Writer and Antarctic explorer Neider tells of his third trip to the frozen continent, describing the international stations there and the goals they are working toward. Neider also tours the Antarctic landscape, observing the geography and wildlife and evoking it in detail. Devoting scrutiny to the international treaties that protect the continent politically and environmentally, Neider reveals how important those treaties are. Also included in this work are interviews with Antarctic pioneers Sir Charles Wright, Sir Vivian Fuchs, and Laurence Gould.