The Secret Rose W. B. Yeats 2019-11-22 "The Secret Rose" by W. B. Yeats. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Blue Dragon and White Snake Jings Chen 2014-12-16 When war fire was burning over Chinese mainland around 1948 to 1949, tons of KMT soldiers forced to withdraw into Indochina; Lieutenant General Ho Pei-fu was the vice commander of the saying military corp; During that couple of years surviving in Vietnam, he met an Euroasian beauty hooker who became his seventh concubine after the troops returned and settled down on Taiwan Island in early1953. The General’s power faded and finally lost it but he still could go on maintaining his fortune also influence through his long time founded traitional Chinese black and white networks while the young high class hooker Black Rose also took advantage to use her mobster philosophy to run out of concubine birdcage and step by step rose herself into North American business jungle... Blue Dragon and White Snake is a fictionous story formed by author’s immaginations also basing on that old time’s somehow facts, legends or unproofed rumers; the old time had been gone but people used to repeat their shits to presure empty fame, sex and money through power and blood; Life is a whore at the end........ During 1949 up to 1988 Taiwan had been under military marshal law ruling and the term ‘White Terror’ used to mentioned along those years.....
The Looker-on: a periodical paper, by the rev. Simon Olive-branch [W. Roberts and others]. 1792
Dragon's First Valentine Emily Martha Sorensen 2018 There's a new dragon visiting from Chicago, and she's green, like Virgil! Unfortunately, this might cause a few small problems nobody anticipated. As well as a few revelations and surprises. And all while Rose is trying to figure out what to give her husband for Valentine's Day.
Maskwork Jennifer Foreman 2021-03-25 The practice of mask-wearing has a long history, even becoming mandatory in times of global crisis. In this useful contribution to the performing arts curriculum, Maskword: The Background, Making and Use of Masks takes a new look at the creative and timeless art of masks and mask-making, while also exploring their cultural anthropology from prehistory to the present day. Drawing on her extensive experience in professional theatre and running workshops, Foreman promotes the life-affirming qualities of masks, providing us with an invaluable resource for artists and teachers, as well as parents seeking activities for children at home. Eight themed projects use photographs to document masks and mask-making techniques, with each one offering practical advice and design ideas; materials are inexpensive and easy to acquire. With photographs by Richard Penton.
The Legends of the American Revolution "1776." George Lippard 1876
Professional Paper - United States Geological Survey Geological Survey (U.S.) 1919
The Dragon Oath Megan Linski 2020-06-02 Soulmates are destined to be enemies. Emma Last semester, I failed the man I love. The kingdom is in jeopardy, and I’m a pawn in a conspiracy that will overturn the entire country. To save the people I love, I must play the cult’s games… and wear a mask to become the city’s most dangerous assassin, the White Rose. My life is in danger each time I stop Ethan’s plans to protect the realm, for if he succeeds in saving Malovia, his own life will be forfeit. But I must keep the identity of the White Rose a secret, even from my mate. If Ethan discovers I’ve become a vigilante for the dark side, we’ll pay for it with our lives… Ethan The realm has been cast in shadow. My evil cousin and his venomous mate are ravenous for the throne, and if I don’t prevent their coronation, everything the fae stand for will be lost to war forever. But the gods seem determined to curse me, for they’ve put a cunning assassin in my path. The White Rose has thwarted every chance I’ve had to restore my honor and keep my kingdom safe. The mystery has begun to unravel. I will discover the woman behind the mask, even if it costs me everything. The White Rose will fall. And it will be by my blade she meets her fate… *** Ignite secret worlds and battle against dark magic in this sexy shifter addition to the Hidden Legends universe. Sorceresses, royal fae, and romance comes to a shocking reveal that readers won't see coming. Fans of The Phantom of the Opera will fall for Emma and Ethan's romance! The second book in the University of Sorcery saga! This series takes place in the Hidden Legends Universe, along with the Academy of Magical Creatures series, the College of Witchcraft series, and the Prison for Supernatural Offenders series. The Hidden Legends universe features college-aged protagonists attending magical academies, dual points-of-view, disabled and diverse main characters, and steamy, empowering romances. Each series stands on its own and can be read in any order. This is a full-length novel over 400 pages. Ages 18+
Shadows and Rose Samuel J. Fisher 2011-07-01 “I will follow you to hell. You will never control any treasure and your army is dead where they stand. I promise you I will reach down from the heavens and take each of their lives”.Imagine for a moment you are skiing downhill racing ahead of an avalanche, your chest is pounding, pulse racing. That is what you will experience reading this story as the momentum builds, and your heart beats faster and faster. You will be absorbed into the lives of the characters, becoming a part of the action even after the ending. There are struggles between honor and greed, right and wrong, battlefields are soaked crimson over them. It makes you think and question 'What if?' due to the possibilities and theories contained within. It is purely fictional though based on a trilogy of poems I wrote. While hiking in Europe, Christian finds a unique rock formation resembling a rose hidden in shadows. While camping in the shadows, Christian hears the voice of a ghost telling a magnificent tale of times long past. The voice of Sir Rowan Baldin of the Knights Templar, born out of the aftermath of the Templar purge in France 600 years prior. Rowan's lineage managed to escape the purge to what is now known as Switzerland. There they helped shape a country while protecting their Templar roots in absolute secrecy. Rowan uses dreams and leads Christian on a fast paced adventure throughout Europe. Christian stumbles onto a number of remarkable discoveries, and is knighted by the modern day Templars he uncovers on his quest. Christian finds who he was meant to be. The Templars, these once 'warrior monks' are brought out of the shadows, and their reputation redeemed as their real story is told.This book is not suitable for children due to graphic nature of violence and adult situations. This is my first novel.
Canadian Books in Print 2003
When God Unfolds the Rose Peggy Headings 2006-11-01 Annie has many unanswered questions! Will she find her one and true love or will she be destined to stay single all her life and do a work for God?
Typographia, or The printers' instructor. [2 other, large paper copies, cm.19]. John Johnson 1824
Show Me a Story Emily K. Neuburger 2012-08-29 Encouraging children to let their imagination run wild, Emily K. Neubinger offers 40 inventive projects and activities that will inspire kids ages 5 to 12 to express themselves through storytelling. Younger children will love making story stones and a storytelling jar, while older kids will open up and thrive as they embark on guided story walks and inspiring journaling exercises. Sparking creativity while developing a child’s love of language, Show Me a Story will kindle a lifelong passion for both writing and telling original stories.
The Publishers Weekly 1881
A Sentimental Dragon Nina Larrey Duryea 1916
International Medievalism and Popular Culture Louise D'Arcens 2014-04-18 Today medievalism is increasingly intelligible as a cultural lingua franca, produced in trans- and international contexts with a view to reaching popular international audiences, some of mass scope. This book offers new perspectives on international relations and how global concerns are made available through contemporary medievalist texts. It questions how research in medievalism may help us rethink the terms of internationalism and globalism within popular cultures, ideologies, and political formations. It investigates how the diverse media of medievalism (print; film and television; arts and crafts; fashion; digital media; clubs and fandom) affect its cultural meaning and circulation, and its social function, and engage questions of desire, gender and identity construction. As a whole, International Medievalism and Popular Culture differs from those studies which have concentrated on imaginative appropriations of the middle ages for domestic cultural contexts. It investigates rather how contemporary cultures engage with medievalism to map and model ideas of the international, the trans-national, the cosmopolitan and the global. This book includes examples from Europe, Britain, North America, Australia and the Arab world. It discusses the formation and the impact of popular medievalism in the globalised worlds of Braveheart, Disney and Harry Potter, but it also explores how the contemporary medieval imaginary generates international cultural perspectives, for example in considering Middle Eastern reception of Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven, the Byzantinism of Julia Kristeva, and Hedley Bull's postnationalist 'new medievalism'. International Medievalism in Popular Culture is an important contribution to medieval studies, cultural studies, and historical studies. It will be of value to undergraduate, postgraduate and academic readers, as well as to all interested in popular culture or medievalism.
The Paper Box Maker and American Bookbinder 1896
Bengal Tiger, Or, Regimental Paper of the 2nd Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers 1894
Panola a tale of Louisiana S.A. Dorsey 1877
Dragon Rose Christine Pope 2012-11-14 The shadow of the cursed Dragon Lord has hung over the town of Lirinsholme for centuries, and no one ever knows when the Dragon will claim his next doomed Bride. Rhianne Menyon has dreams of being a painter, but her world changes forever when a single moment of sacrifice brings her to Black's Keep as the Dragon's latest Bride. As she attempts to adjust to her new life...and to know something of the monster who is now her husband...Rhianne begins to see that the curse is far crueler than she first believed, and unraveling the mystery of what happened to the Dragon's Brides is only the beginning. A retelling of Beauty and the Beast, set in the world of the Latter Kingdoms. Author’s Note: All Tales of the Latter Kingdoms novels are written as standalone romances and can be read in any order.
Score Plus CBSE Sample Question Paper with Model Test Papers in English Language and Literature (Subject Code - 184) for Class 10 Term II Exam 2021-22 Goyal Brothers Prakashan 2022-01-01 Score Plus CBSE Sample Question Paper with Model Test Papers in English Language and Literature (Subject Code - 184) for Class 10 Term II Exam 2021-22 As per the latest reduced and Bifurcated syllabus for term ii examinations to be held in March-April, 2022 CBSE Sample Question Paper (Solved with Marking Scheme) for term ii examination (March-april, 2022) 10 Model test Papers (solved) based on the latest CBSE sample Question Paper issued by CBSE for term ii examinations to be held in March-April, 2022 5 Model test Papers (unsolved) based on the latest CBSE sample Question Paper issued by CBSE for term ii examinations to be held in March-April, 2022
Dealing with the Dragon Jonathan Fenby 2000 Recounts life in Hong Kong since its turnover by Britain to the Chinese in 1997, addressing topics including the area's business and financial machinations, political intrigue, and the dealings of Macau's Triad gangsters.
Oswaal CBSE Sample Question Paper For Term-2, Class 10 English Language & Literature Book (For 2022 Exam) Oswaal Editorial Board 2022-01-24 • 10 Sample Papers in each subject. 5 solved & 5 Self-Assessment Papers • Includes all latest typologies of Questions as specified in the latest CBSE Board Sample Paper for Term-II Exam released on 14th January 2022 • On-Tips Notes & Revision Notes for Quick Revision • Mind Maps for better learning
Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature R. Reginald 2010-09 Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, A Checklist, 1700-1974, Volume one of Two, contains an Author Index, Title Index, Series Index, Awards Index, and the Ace and Belmont Doubles Index.
The Paper Dragon John Selby 1968
The Boy's Own Paper 1880
Old Rose and Silver Myrtle Reed 1909 This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1918
Dragon’s Empire – 5. Society of Shadows Natalie Yacobson 2022-02-17 The emperor of the whole empire of magic world Edwin fights in this volume with the magic Society of Shadows. Their patron is his old enemy prince Rothbart. He wants to destroy Edwin and his beloved Rose.
Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper 1862
The Paper: The Life and Death of the New York Herald Tribune Richard Kluger 2021-04-12 Few American newspapers, perhaps none, have matched the New York Herald Tribune in the crispness of its writing and editing, the bite of its commentators, the range of its coverage and the clarity of its typography. The “Trib”, as it was affectionately called, raised newspapering to an art form. It had an influence and importance out of all proportion to its circulation. During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln went to great lengths to retain the support of its co-founder, Horace Greeley. President Eisenhower felt it was such an important institution and Republican organ that he helped broker its sale to its last owner, multimillionaire John Hay Whitney. The Trib’s spectacularly distinguished staffers and contributors included Karl Marx, Tom Wolfe, Walter Lippmann, Dorothy Thompson, Virgil Thomson, Eugenia Sheppard, Red Smith, Heywood Broun, Walter Kerr, Homer Bigart, and brothers Joseph and Stewart Alsop. At the close of World War II, the Herald Tribune, the marriage of two newspapers that had done more than any others to create modern daily journalism, was at its apex of power and prestige. Yet just twenty-one years later, its influence still palpable in every newsroom across the nation, the Trib was gone. This is the story The Paper, a 1986 finalist of the National Book Award for Nonfiction and winner of the George Polk Prize, tells. “Probably the best book ever written about an American newspaper. But it is more than that — a brilliant piece of social history that recounts in vivid and telling detail the changing conception of ‘news’ in America... The book is chockablock with marvelous yarns... And what a cast of characters Kluger has to work with... Some of the most vivid pages in The Paper are Kluger’s portraits of these arresting personalities.” — J. Anthony Lukas, The Boston Globe “Monumental... with a narrative sweep that is always absorbing and sometimes breathtaking... What invigorates this history is Mr. Kluger’s enthusiasm for his subject, which is apparent everywhere in the loving detail with which he tells the story... and in the liveliness of the prose with which he profiles some of the Tribune’s more unusual personalities.” — Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times “Engrossing... if there is a better book about an American newspaper, I am unaware of it... It is loaded to the gunnels with newspaper anecdotes, but at its core The Paper is a book about the relationship between the press and the powerful, the press and the wealthy.” — Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post Book World “The romance of The Front Page, genteel anti-Semitism, the disaster of newspaper labor relations, and the rise and fall of newspaper fortunes. All are there in The Paper. It is irresistible.” — Anthony Lewis “Compelling... most delightfully so when Mr. Kluger is limning the words and deeds of the people who made The Paper crackle with vitality for more than a century... He does a remarkable job of bringing these people to life on the printed page.” — David Shaw, The New York Times Book Review “Remarkable... a fascinating account of a greatness that once was... This book will hold you in its narrative grip as you revel in a story of a grand venture and epic characters... Here the history of a newspaper is a graphic presentation of a nation’s life.” — Kirkus Reviews “Richard Kluger is uniquely qualified to tell this tale... He brings a novelist’s imagination to some vivid material.” — Paul Gray, Time Magazine “Fascinating from start to finish, the best book about American journalism since Swanberg’s Citizen Hearst. Huge and engrossing.” — Larry Lee, San Francisco Chronicle “A magnificently romantic history not only of the ill-fated New York Herald Tribune but of New York newspapering generally... peopled with unforgettable heroes and knaves.” — Robert Sherrill, Chicago Sun-Times
ThemeStorming Joni Becker 1994 Engage children's imaginations with this easy way to build 10 popular themes plus two chapters of mini-themes. Categorized by curriculum area, readers will find hands-on activities for art, music, math, and more. Each theme takes teachers through a month of activities. A ready-to-use daily calendar provides activity ideas planned for each theme.
2011 Novel And Short Story Writer's Market Alice Pope 2010-07-22 Now includes a subscription to NSSWM online (the fiction section of For 28 years, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market has been the only resource of its kind exclusively for fiction writers. Anyone who is writing novels and/or storiesâ€"whether romance or literary, horror or graphic novelâ€"needs this resource to help them prepare their submissions and sell their work. You'll have access to listings for over 1,100 book publishers, magazines, literary agents, writing contests and conferences, each containing current contact information, editorial needs, schedules and guidelines that save writers time and take the guesswork out of the submission process. NSSWM includes more than 100 pages of listings for literary journals alone and another 100 pages of book publishers (easily four times as many markets for fiction writers as Writer's Market offers). It also features over a 100 pages of original content: interviews with working editors and writers, how-tos on the craft of fiction, and articles on the business of getting published.
The Azure Dragon Arthur Van Alstyne 2003-10-06 SHANGHAI 1928 Wes Ford, a young newspaperman, has come to the Shanghai in search of his sister and her husband who have been kidnapped. The summer of 1928 is a time of turbulence and ferment in China, as Chiang Kai-shek moves with his troops on the capital of China. It is a time when the Azure Dragon dominates the land. China is a country in which the nationalists, communists, warlords, missionaries, and reformers vie with one another for the hearts of its people. In the midst of this turmoil, Wes proceeds to mount a rescue operation. He is aided in this endeavor by a number of people many of whom have their own secret and sometimes sinister reasons for helping. Those offering to aid him range from members of Shanghai's elite society to members of Shanghai's vicious underworld. Among these would-be helpers are Ian Royal, an American movie producer and wealthy scion of an oil company, and his mistress Valerie Atwood, Detective Sergeant Shen Ming-dao, a member of the Shanghai Metropolitan police, and his young and spirited sister Yu-yan, who brings romance into the life of Wes. While attempting the rescue Wes also crosses the path of Shanghai's gangster, Tu Yueh-sen, head of the infamous Green Gang. An expertly written historical adventure story.
Our Paper 1920
Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 2 Various 2015-05-12 BioWare's newest game Dragon Age: Inquisition will expand the universe of their epic series in profound ways. This comprehensive book of lore features exclusive art and information, exploring every corner of this dark fantasy masterpiece! Newcomers will appreciate how this volume covers everything they need to know about the world and characters of these smash-hit games! Dedicated fans will revel in the abundance of never-before-revealed secrets, the perfect companion to Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 1! From heroes to villains, to songs and food, and everything in between, this book puts the breath and depth of this inimitable fantasy at your fingertips.
Legend of the Jade Dragon Yasmine Galenorn 2004 When her tarot cards spell out trouble with a capital T, Emerald, a medium and the owner of the Chintz'n China Tea Room, finds herself plagued with bad luck after receiving a jade statue of a dragon and, determined to break it's evil spell, must solve the mysteries of China's Ming Dynasty. Reissue.
Canadian Books in Print. Author and Title Index 1975
Shadow Play Domino Finn 2016-03-05
A Paper Son Jason Buchholz 2016-01-01 Grade school teacher and aspiring author Peregrine Long sees a Chinese family on board a ship--in his morning tea. The image inspires him to write the story of this family, but then a woman turns up at his door, claiming that he's writing her family history exactly as it happened. She doesn't like it, but she has one question: What happened to the little boy of the family, her long-lost uncle? Throughout the course of a month-long tempest that begins to wash the peninsula out from beneath them, Peregrine searches modern-day San Francisco and its surroundings--and, through his continued writing, southern China and the Pacific immigration experience of a century ago--for the missing boy. The clues uncovered lead Peregrine to question not only the nature of his writing, but also his knowledge of his own past and his understanding of his identity.

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