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The Curse of Satan's Collar by John W. Miller Book Resume:
He was big . . . the biggest of the litter . . . big enough to wrestle bears, and he did, two, maybe more; but he killed many. When he woke up in that black inky night he couldnt see, thought he was blind, and had a massive hangover from his Daddys Cherry Jump moonshine. A buzzard had died in his mouth and with it came rotten dog breath. A headache like someone had hit him with a pole axe made him feel like he was dead, dead as four-oclock. And did he smell! Wow! His torn bib overalls were soaked in sour mash. Other than not knowing where he was, he still thought he was alright, and that too was a problem. Was there any hope or any salvation? Luckily, he had been weather hardened by war. He stood up and he tired to walk, but ran into something. It knocked him down. When he fell, he heard something rattle. It was a trace chain attached to a leather dog collar around his neck. But in the inky dark he couldnt see his hand in front of him. He got up again and found the trace chain wrapped around a tree, and locked. Shocked, he screamed out, Goddamn! Im chained to a tree, then screamed louder, They have chained me to a tree like a wild cur dog! Now mad as hornet with his stinger busted, he felt around and found something else about the tree. This time he screamed even louder, Son of a bitch! Its my goddamn tree! Who in the hell would chain me to my own tree? He sat back down against the family tree stunned, and then realized; Its got to be my . . . family. Chained me like a goddamn cur dog to a tree. But which one of them would have the nerve to do this . . . to ME? Then he realized it could be only one person. He stood up and screamed, Mama! Then he fell down again, pounded the ground, cried like his heart tore out. He got up off the ground, went into a wild-mans rage then fainted with exhaustion. Then he got sick, tried to walk, but threw up all over himself. And the chain snatched him back and down into his vomit; it was all over him like those bugs. He pounded the ground with his fist, wondering how in the world he had gotten here and where he was. Again and again, he got up. Each time he tried to walk in another direction, but the chain snatched him off his feet and back down on the ground and into his rotten vomit. It didnt matter what direction he walked. Finally exhausted, he couldnt get back on his feet. Still he kept asking himself, Where in the hell am I, and who in the hell put this collar on me? All night he shouted and wallowed in his vomit like an itchy, old, fat hog taking a bath in new mud. He heard no one come in the dark, silent, black night. Thank God! His vomit smell finally ran the goddamn bugs off his body and away. AUTHOR REVIEWS "Another one of the best of the best; has an eye for writing more good novels. Just Great! What can a person do when they read a story like this one? You have the knack for telling stories from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Just keep it up and Ill keep looking for another book." -Hyway94, Everywhere, USA- "I like the back-story (flash back) that leads in. Very well written and has great flow about something I know nothing about." - Isle of Travey, Auckland 1172 New Zealand- "Another highly written book, written in your unique style, and I loved the antics in this one. You are so gifted to have such a unique spelling ability." -rivki1111, USA- "This is the very best chapter (#54) of your novel. Of course, I am so glad the villain got his come up-ins. Dredd reminded me of one of my ex-husbands. Youve got a great book here." -Oatmeal (Camille Whitman), USA- "You have a talent for realistic character, engaging dialogs
A collection of printed papers relating to Durham school made by H. Holden, chiefly comprising school lists and prize compositions by Durham city, sch Book Resume:
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Cyborgs, Santa Claus, and Satan by Fraser A. Sherman Book Resume:
Describes nearly six hundred movies of the genre made especially for television since 1968, providing information on the cast and credits, a summarization of the plot, and a brief evaluation of each film's strengths and weaknesses.
The killer. Improvisation; or, The shepherd's chameleon. Maid to marry by Eugène Ionesco Book Resume:
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Beguiled: Eden to Armageddon Volume 1 by Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh Book Resume:
Your unique journey in this life is about to begin with the book you now hold in your hands. From this day forward, you will become an informed, highly educated, greatly inspired, and blessed person as you commit to studying the contents of BEGUILED: Eden to Armageddon Volumes 1, 2 and 3. Today, your life will be transformed and greatly enhanced by the rarest of information you will ever have had the privilege to read. BEGUILED will motivate you to rethink ancient myths, false doctrinal teachings, and mankind's entire history.
Romanticism and the Self-conscious Poem by Michael O'Neill Book Resume:
In this wide-ranging study Michael O'Neill examines the phenomenon of the `self-conscious poem' - that is, a poem concerned with poetry or, more centrally if often connectedly, a poem that displays awareness of itself as a poem - in the work of the major Romantic poets: Blake, Wordsworth,Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, and Keats. The book freshly illuminates many famous lyrics and longer poems and revalues less regarded works such as The Excursion.For O'Neill, self-consciousness is allied to the new status granted to poetry by the Romantics. His closely attentive readings suggest that self-consciousness in Romantic poetry often accompanies exploration of, even anxiety about, poetry's significance. Yet his emphasis falls on the imaginativelyproductive ends to which such exploration and anxiety are put. An extended coda looks at the bequest of Romantic self-consciousness to post-Romantic writers; it offers chapters comparing Yeats and Stevens, discussing later Auden's scepticism about poetry, and exploring the affecting intricacies ofAmy Clampitt's `Voyages: A Homage to John Keats'. Throughout, O'Neill challenges recent accounts of Romanticism by placing at the centre of his study poetry's imaginative and aesthetic value.
Placing and Displacing Romanticism by Peter J. Kitson Book Resume:
The essays collected in this volume all address the crucial current issues of 'place' and 'displacement', 'placing' and 'displacing' in Romantic period studies. These terms are used with dexterity and imagination, explored and interrogated in both their literal and figurative manifestations. Overall this volume of essays takes forward these seminal terms in contemporary criticism of Romantic writing in a series of fresh and subtle readings of texts and contexts, historical, philosophical, social, political and scientific. Familiar texts are revisited with new insight and unfamiliar texts are placed in meaningful contexts. Despite the claim that Romantic writing denies and evades history and the social tensions of its time, this volume shows how such writing is replete with both explicit and implicit contributions to the essential debates of the time. The contributors to this volume, all leading scholars in their field, combine the virtues of close textual reading with an informed awareness of the historical, political and social pressures of the Romantic period, encouraging a critical stance of historically engaged formalist critique.
Selling Satan by Mike Hertenstein,Michael Hertenstein,Jon Trott Book Resume:
Mike Warnke, the confessed defector from the Enemy's elite corps, parlayed his grisly tales of satanism into a 20-year success that evaporated in 1992 when Cornerstone magazine exposed his story as a fraud. Here the author of the original expose examines how Warnke was able to fool the public for so long.
The Archetype of the Devil in Twentieth Century Literature by Patricia Lou Kubis Book Resume:
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What is it to-day? or, Sunday half-hours with an invalid by What Book Resume:
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Unmasking the Powers by Walter Wink Book Resume:
Angels, Spirits, principalities, powers, gods, Satan--these, along with all other spiritual realities, are the unmentionables of our culture. The dominant materialistic worldview has absolutely no place for them. ... [But] materialism itself is terminably ill, and, let us hope, in process of replacement by a worldview capable of honoring the lasting values of modern science without succumbing to reductionism. ... [Therefore] we find ourselves returning to the ancient traditions, searching for wisdom wherever it may be found. We do not capitulate to the past and its superstitions, but bring all the gifts our race has acquired along the way as aids in recovering the lost language of our souls. ... In Naming the Powers I developed the thesis ... that the New Testament's principalities and powers" is a generic category referring to the determining forces of physical, psychic, and social existence. ... In the present volume we will be focusing on just seven of the Powers mentioned in Scripture. Their selection out of all the others dealt with in Naming the Powers is partly arbitrary: they happen to be ones about which I felt I had something to say. But they are also representative, and open the way to comprehending the rest. They are: Satan, demons, angels of churches, angels of nations, gods, elements, and angels of nature."
(The British readers). The first (-sixth) reader, ed. by T. Morrison. The literary reader, a companion vol. to the fifth and sixth readers by Thomas Morrison (LL.D.) Book Resume:
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The Persistence of Poetry by Robert M. Ryan,Ronald A. Sharp,Ronald Sharp Book Resume:
If, as George Gissing once wrote, "to like Keats is a test of fitness for understanding poetry," than the essays collected in this volume suggest that literary criticism remains a lively and vigorous endeavor. Written by a broad range of prominent scholars--Senior Romanticists as well as younger critics and major poets--the essays offer a fresh reevaluation of the nature and importance of John Keats's achievement. The idealistic aesthete or humanistic hero admired by earlier generations of readers develops into a much richer, more complex image of the poet. The product of a continuing critical dialogue, this new Keats attests not only to his own enduring appeal but also to the persistent vitality of poetry itself amid the distractions of a fragmented postmodern culture. An introduction by Robert M. Ryan reviews the history of Keats scholarship, situating new critical assessments by M. H. Abrams, Walter Jackson Bate, Eavan Boland, David Bromwich, Hermione de Almeida, Terence Alan Hoagwood, Elizabeth Jones, Debbie Lee, Philip Levine, Donald H. Reiman, Ronald A Sharp, George Steiner, Jack Stillinger, Aileen Ward, and Susan Wolfson.
Byron by C. Wilson,Cheryl A. Wilson Book Resume:
This exciting collection represents a range of scholarly approaches and include close textual study, comparative readings, and broad cultural analysis. Contributors to this collection include Bernard Beatty, Peter Cochran, Marilyn Gaull, Charles E. Robinson, Andrew Stauffer, and Timothy Webb.
The Riverside Milton by John Milton Book Resume:
Students and scholars will rejoice that the famed works of John Milton (1608-1974) now join those of Chaucer and Shakespeare in the definitive, one-volume Riverside series. Milton's early poetry is here and his important prose, but pride of place is given to his epics, PARADISE LOST and PARADISE REGAINED as well as his final masterpiece, the dramatic SAMSON AGONISTES.