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Contents:The Girl Who Made Time Stop (1961)Added Inducement (1957)Hopsoil (1961)Flying Pan (1956)Emily and the Bards Sublime (1956)The Dandelion Girl (1961)The Stars Are Calling, Mr. Keats (1959)Goddess in Granite (1957)Promised Planet (1955)Romance in a Twenty-First Century Used-Car Lot (1960)The Courts of Jamshyd (1957)Production Problem (1959)Little Red Schoolhouse (1956)Written in the Stars (1957)A Drink of Darkness (1962)Your Ghost Will Walk... (1957)
Heinrich Christian Wilhelm Busch was an influential German caricaturist, painter, and poet who is famed for his satirical picture stories with rhymed texts.After initially studying mechanical engineering and then art in Düsseldorf, Antwerp, and Munich, he turned to drawing caricatures. One of his first picture stories, Max and Moritz (published in 1865), was an immediate success and has achieved the status of a popular classic and perennial bestseller.
The Book of Kisses: A Definitive Collection of the Most Passionate, Romantic, Outlandish, & Wonderful Quotations on the Intimate Art of Kissing
From Lord Byrons first kiss of love to Kevin Costners long slow, deep, soft, wet kisses that last for three days, The Book of Kisses contains the most charming, witty and memorable quips to cross the lips of such famous and infamous kissers as Bette Davis, Elizabeth Taylor, Madonna, Boris Yeltsin, Walter Cronkite, and hundreds of others.The quotes cover first kisses (Errol Flynn, Elizabeth Barrett Browning) funny kisses (Jay Leno, Minnie Pearl), sensual kisses, romantic kisses, literary kisses, celebrity and movie-star kisses (Burt Reynolds, Kim Basinger), kissing definitions (Ingrid Bergman, Mickey Spillane), kissing proverbs, kissing advice and techniques (William Shakespeare, Louis Armstrong, Ronald Reagan), and kissing quotes from around the world. Who could forget legendary celluloid smooches like Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtiss kiss in Some Like It Hot or Woody Allen and Diane Keatons first kiss in Annie Hall? Or the first time F. Scott Fitzgeralds Gatsby kisses his beloved Daisy: at his lips touch she blossomed for him like a flower?From Earnest Hemmingway to Spike Lee, from Napoleon and Josephine to Ryan ONeal and Farrah Fawcett, The Book of Kisses provides plenty of pucker power and passionate inspiration for anyone searching for words to describe that elusive, soul-touching thrill of the perfect kiss.
This volume gathers contributions from a range of global experts in teacher education to address the topic of language teacher education. It shows how teacher education involves the agency of teachers, which forms part of their identity, and which they take on when integrating into the teaching community of practice. In addition, the volume explores the teachers situated practice--the dynamic negotiation of classroom situations, socialization into the professional teaching culture, and on the ground experimentation with pedagogical skills/techniques.
When family man Joe Renfros brother is murdered, he finds himself sucked into a deadly world of deception. As Joe takes up his slain brothers mantle to prove that President Louise Campbell is ineligible to occupy the highest office in the land, the country is rocked by a chain of terrorist attacks stretching from New York to California. In the chaos following the attacks, Joe stumbles across evidence that President Campbells administration orchestrated the destruction. Now he must risk everything to expose the president before she unleashes war on the ones he loves.
Focusing on Soviet culture and its social ramifications both during the Soviet period and in the post-Soviet era, this book addresses important themes associated with Sovietisation and socialisation in the Central Asian states of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.The book contains contributions from scholars in a variety of disciplines, and looks at topics that have been somewhat marginalised in contemporary studies of Central Asia, including education, anthropology, music, literature and poetry, film, history and state-identity construction, and social transformation. It examines how the Soviet legacy affected the development of the republics in Central Asia, and how it continues to affect the society, culture and polity of the region. Although each state in Central Asia has increasingly developed its own way, the book shows that the states have in varying degrees retained the influence of the Soviet past, or else are busily establishing new political identities in reaction to their Soviet legacy, and in doing so laying claim to, re-defining, and reinventing pre-Soviet and Soviet images and narratives.Throwing new light and presenting alternate points of view on the question of the Soviet legacy in the Soviet Central Asian successor states, the book is of interest to academics in the field of Russian and Central Asian Studies.
After two thousand years of immortality, Timmy Valentine has finally become a real boy, having swapped his vampire nature with look-alike Angel Todd. But something is missing ... in a desperate bid to salvage his career, he goes on a world tour ... a harrowing, sweeping journey that stretches through Europe, the red-light districts of Bangkok, to the jungles of New Guinea. Scouring his past, he encounters Jack the Ripper, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, Christopher Marlowe, and ultimately the Dark Lord himself - Dracula. The closest thing to a nightmare ever put on paper - Robert Bloch, author of PSYCHO
With world-class scenery, a brand-new National Monument and the rosy prospect of fat tourist dollars, youd think the citizens of Southern Utah would be happy. But theyre mad! Damn mad. To them the Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument is nothing more than the political equivalent to a football end run-a blatant land grab. Then when the Bureau of Land Management appoints a dedicated conservationist as the rookie Monument manager, things quickly shift from simmer to boil. Coal miner Angus Macdonald and fur trapper Bucky Lee Eakins will be put out of business but if the environmentalists have their way, and it appears they will, it is also quite probable cattle ranchers Roper Rehnquist and girlfriend, Ruby Nez, will soon follow. Before the BLM can buy back his Monument coal leases, Macdonald is brutally murdered, then Ropers line cabin is burned to the ground and Assistant Monument Manager Ron Sparks is shot in the head and killed. This is a crime spree unprecedented in the history of U.S. National Monuments. Some think its eco-terrorists, but the ranchers are convinced it is a rogue BLM ranger and Monument management strongly suspects a newly formed, covert coalition of disgruntled ranchers. Even though battle lines are quickly drawn, an uneasy unspoken truce settles over the vast new Monument. This fragile peace, however, is instantly shattered when the BLM suddenly revokes Roper and Rubys grazing leases. Roper realizes if he doesnt do something fast, this little local imbroglio could quickly fan into a raging wildfire. It has all the makings of a 20th century range war, the likes of which have not been seen in the West since New Mexicos Lincoln County war of the late 1800s. Growing up in a farming/ranching family in southern Utah, WARREN STUCKI is familiar with the ranching lifestyle and the ongoing feud between ranchers and the BLM, land stewards of a large portion of the American west. After leaving southern Utah, Dr. Stucki graduated from the University of Utah Medical School, eventually specializing in urology. He still practices medicine and lives on a small horse ranch just outside of St. George, Utah. Stucki writes in two distinct genres: historical fiction and medical mysteries. His two previous books, Boys Pond and Hunting for Hippocrates, were also published by Sunstone Press.
Considered by many to be John Dos Passoss greatest work, Manhattan Transfer is an expressionistic picture of New York (New York Times) in the 1920s that reveals the lives of wealthy power brokers and struggling immigrants alike. From Fourteenth Street to the Bowery, Delmonicos to the underbelly of the city waterfront, Dos Passos chronicles the lives of characters struggling to become a part of modernity before they are destroyed by it.More than seventy-five years after its first publication, Manhattan Transfer still stands as a novel of the very first importance (Sinclair Lewis). It is a masterpiece of modern fiction and a lasting tribute to the dual-edged nature of the American dream.