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A Golden Age

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Spring, 1971, East Pakistan. Rehana Haque is throwing a party for her beloved children, Sohail and Maya. Her young family is growing up fast, and Rehana wants to remember this day forever. But out on the hot city streets, something violent is brewing.

As the civil war develops, a war which will eventually see the birth of Bangladesh, Rehana struggles to keep her children safe and finds herself facing a heartbreaking dilemma.

About the Author

Tahmima Anam was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her first novel, A Golden Age, was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and the Costa First Novel Award, and was the winner of the 2008 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book. She is also author of The Good Muslim. She lives in London.


Twice Upon A Marigold

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Since Queen Olympia's fateful fall into the river, newlyweds Christian and Marigold have been living happily ever after. And they have every intention of keeping it that way--until they find out that Olympia may not be as gone as they thought. Turns out, Olympia is alive and well in a faraway village, having lost her memory after her ill-timed tumble. But one day she awakes and remembers her previous glory as queen. Accompanied by Lazy Susan (Sleeping Beauty's slacker sister) and Stan Lucasa (a gentleman with a surprising destiny), Olympia returns, determined to take back the kingdom. AGES: 6-9 AUTHOR: Jean Ferris has written many popular novels for young people.


A Golden Love

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Life-long practitioners of meditation, Laura and Craig enjoy sharing their stories and inspiring others to find their spiritual, heart-connected partner and live a joy-filled life in a golden-love relationship. They live blissfully on the corner of Montague and Capulet in the Sacramento area in California.


Finding Jesus In Jeremiah

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Finding Jesus in Jeremiah is the perfect place to start if you have not yet studied the book of Jeremiah. It is written chronologically in an easy-to-understand daily workbook format. Through your daily Scripture readings, you will be making connections between Old and New Testament teachings, gaining new understanding into the teachings of Jesus. Those who are further along in their studies will find fresh insight and will benefit from the stimulating weekly group discussions.

Jeremiah lived at a time of great significance in the history of Israel. There was a constant threat by the surrounding nations. During his forty years of prophetic ministry, the kingdom of Judah was ruled by five different kings. While the Israelites lived in fear of the neighboring countries, Jeremiah faithfully continued to speak God's Word to the king and everyone who would listen.

In Finding Jesus in Jeremiah, you will learn about salvation through faith, the Holy Spirit, unconditional love, God's promises, His righteousness, the covenants, the seed of Abraham, and much more.

Today, Jeremiah continues to be an inspiration and a teacher for all true followers of Christ. His is one of the Bible's four major prophetic books, and he has a vital message for all people.


The Spanish Ballad In The Golden Age

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Collections of traditional Spanish ballads were made in the early seventeenth century; some recorded directly from singers, others reworked by educated poets. So popular were these that Court poets composed ballads of their own. Most Spanish poetry of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries circulated in manuscript among a small coterie of wits and fellow poets, and it often contains references to contemporary events and people, sideswipes at institutions and individuals, and allusions to other writings of the time. The modern reader has to know about the people and events criticized and lampooned, and everything from municipal by-laws to contemporary painting can prove helpful. The traditional popular associations of the ballad also led to many poets combining in their poems the language of the street alongside that of polite society and the schoolroom.This volume discusses some of the problems encountered by anglophone students and teachers of literature when they turn to the Golden-Age ballad and offers informed guidance on how such poems might be read. The nine poems discussed have been chosen with such difficulties in mind and a strophe-by-strophe prose translation is provided for each, followed by a detailed critical analysis. It is edited by Nigel Griffin, Clive Griffin, Eric Southworth And Colin Thompson, all of Oxford University. The other contributors include: Oliver Noble-Wood, John Rutherford, and Ronald Truman.



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