Author: Emma Dorothy E. Nevitte Southworth
Author: William Forde
View: 4097Nellie and Nora Fanning are the 'Two Sisters'. In fact, they are the two most important sisters ever to come out of Portlaw. Their entrance into the world was as momentous as their influence upon it and as mysterious as their departure from it. They were two sisters with one mind, who in their later years dedicated their existence to preserve the life of Portlaw. The story of 'The Two Sisters' is William Forde's 66th published book and the 11th book in his 'Tales from Portlaw' series of romantic stories. It is a tale of love, struggle, adventure and deep mystery. It draws upon Irish superstition along with the sinister practices that existed in West Yorkshire hundreds of years ago. The story background begins in Portlaw, County Waterford, Ireland and ends there. In between, the story moves to Liverpool and then Haworth, West Yorkshire, England.
Author: Lon R. Maisttison
View: 3967An action-adventure novel about a commando mission to Kuwait City during the first 24 hours of the Iraqi Invasion to rescue the Emir's grandson Prince Nasser.
Author: Ahmed Inusa
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 4050All creative writings, including poetry, are didactic, intended to teach and sometimes as a wake-up call, in addition to their entertaining roles. Yet sometimes, they are downright satires against palpable anomies in the culture of societies. This collection, with a pragmatic utilisation of relevant literary devices and figures of speech, tries to convey the messages in their subtlety for the plain appreciation of the reader. The motivation has been my latent interest in literature and the manifest belief that all hands ought to be on deck for individual and collective contributions in tackling some of our world contemporary issues. These include: climate change, human rights, debate on democratisation of the United Nations Security Council, Pacific Settlement of Disputes, refugees, HIV pandemic, child soldier, etc. In each of the poems, the central theme is plainly hidden for the cipher of the reader. May the ink of writers of all sorts never dry. I take full responsibility for the contents of the entire collection.
Category: Buffalo (N.Y.)
View: 7770Historical papers are prefixed to several issues.
Author: Wandjuk Marika,Jennifer Isaacs
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
Category: Aboriginal Australian artists
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