From the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Isaac Bashevis Singer, comes a fictional exploration of primitive history. Singer's novel portrays an era of superstition and violence in a country emerging from the darkness of savagery.
Author: Isaac Bashevis Singer
Publisher: Penguin UK
From the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Isaac Bashevis Singer, comes a fictional exploration of primitive history. Singer's novel portrays an era of superstition and violence in a country emerging from the darkness of savagery. Set in Poland in the dark ages, it describes the brutality, prejudice and subjugation that occur when hunter-gatherers and farmers struggle for supremacy over the land. Part parable of modern civilization, part fascinating historical novel, this modern myth is a philosophical examination of man and his beliefs, and reaffirms the author's reputation as a master of narrative invention.
The King in the Field is a story of five friends who dream of seeing the king and making some requests.
Author: Dina Rosenfeld
The King in the Field is a story of five friends who dream of seeing the king and making some requests. But it's not easy to be admitted to the royal palace, and they wonder if they will ever have the chance. Imagine their surprise when they see that the king has left his palace to walk through the field where they are sitting! Imagine their joy at being so close to their beloved king, their happiness at being able to speak to him face to face!The King in the Field is a parable for the month of Elul, the Hebrew month just before the start of the Jewish New Year, is one of the best times to approach G-d with prayers and requests. In that special month, G-d makes Himself closer and more accessible than ever, just like a king who goes for a walk through a field where his subjects can easily speak to him.
When marrying your enemy is only the beginning.
Author: Ella Fields
When marrying your enemy is only the beginning....Once upon a time, there lived a princess so cruel that even her husband tried to destroy her. The results left her without a father, her husband without a memory, and herself as queen to a kingdom on the cusp of war.Even so, after learning of her treasonous husband's upcoming nuptials, she set out to find him and locked him in her dungeon. There, and only there, would she unveil a time when she once allowed herself to be vulnerable. A past detailing how her heart was coaxed to beat outside her chest, only to have it crushed by the cold hands of betrayal. But true vengeance will need to wait. War is coming, and with it, decisions and danger masked in treacherous beauty. All too soon, the young queen will learn that time could be the most dangerous foe of all. For it is time that would reveal all the ways a dead heart can beat anew.Contains dark themes and a HEA. Recommended for 18+
Looks at David Smiths sculptural work
Author: Candida N. Smith
Publisher: Storm King Art Ctr
Published by Storm King Art Center to coincide with a three-year exhibition at the Storm King Art
This book highlights my journey of rising from the cotton fields of Alabama to the city of Chicago where I thought would be a palace.
Author: Ludearest Mullins
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book highlights my journey of rising from the cotton fields of Alabama to the city of Chicago where I thought would be a palace. Chicago was certainly not a palace but it was a place of adventure and excitement where I found God, Education, and purpose.
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Author: Fields Osgood and Company
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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