Walking With The Muses
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📒Walking With The Muses ✍ Pat Cleveland
✏Walking with the Muses Book Summary : An "account of the international adventures of fashion model Pat Cleveland--one of the first black supermodels during the wild sixties and seventies"--Amazon.com.
📒Meditations And Muses ✍ Polly Paice
✏Meditations and Muses Book Summary : I have been guided to work mainly with the earth vibrations, the things that go unseen in our busy daily lives. I find that being in nature, laying on your back watching the clouds, watching the bees on a lavender bush, or really listening to birdsong can raise my vibrations to allow me to enter a meditative state. I have used nature in my guided meditations, to allow you to capture these things. To raise your vibrations and allow your own inner selves to take over; taking you to a higher level of consciousness. I have also included a few of my poems and muses' which are of a spiritual nature. I hope you enjoy my small contribution to the light work that is taking place all around the world. THANKS I would like to give my thanks to my wonderful teacher Carrie, who has been an inspiration to me through my struggle to become more spiritual.
📒When The Muses Came To Call ✍ Donald E. Smith
✏When the Muses Came to Call Book Summary : This book is a very personal collection of poems and other writings that were written over a period of more than fifty years. They were written at times of strong emotional feelings about love, death, triumphs, tragedies and , even, the most mundane of life's events.It took fifty years for the author to gain the insight , the perspective and the courage to reveal his feelings for all to see. He hopes that the readers will see and recognizesome of the emotion that plays such a big role in the lives of all of us.
📒Muses Along The Way ✍ Anne T. Six
✏Muses Along the Way Book Summary : The first words I heard the Lord speak in my inner heart and spirit on the retreat were, "I know you can't think, reason, or love, but lean on me; I can do all things" For the first time in months I felt at peace. my mind which had been spinning out of control came to rest. The first chapter, "Desperation Street" shows how God loves us even when we can't love ourselves. The beginnings of our infant steps, as we learned to walk with Jesus. How his teachings filled with gentle loving kindness met us in our everyday needs. ~The lessons so simple and clear, that we could understand them. My prayer for the first year of our walk, always began; "forgive me Lord if I am praying wrong, I don't know any other way." With no one to guide us, he taught us to read and study his word, most of the time teaching with one or two versus of scripture at a time. Sometimes's going over those same verse's for weeks before understanding would come. He taught us not only to read his Word, but to find our answers in its pages, that it was alive and living not just words in a page of a book. Teaching Spiritual truths from a Christmas Tree, Eggs and everyday mundane things in our lives. Showing each of us, he was the God of our every day miracles. As you read this, and see in our lives how God taught us about His, I pray that God's love will bless you, and that you would hunger to know more of him.
📒Spqr Iv The Temple Of The Muses ✍ John Maddox Roberts
✏SPQR IV The Temple of the Muses Book Summary : When Roman junior senator Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger has a chance to join a diplomatic mission to Alexandria, he welcomes the opportunity to temporarily elude his enemies in the Eternal City-even though it means leaving his beloved Rome. Decius is just beginning to enjoy the outpost's many exotic pleasures when the suspicious death of an irascible philosopher occurs, coinciding with the puzzling and apocalyptic ravings of a charismatic cult leader. Intrigued, Decius requests and is given permission by the Egyptian Pharaoh to investigate the heinous crime. What he discovers is beyond shocking. And when the corpse of a famous courtesan mysteriously turns up in his bed, Decius suddenly finds himself entangled in a web of conspiracy far more widespread and dangerous than he ever imagined-one that threatens to bring about the downfall of the entire Empire.
📒Clio Among The Muses ✍ Peter Charles Hoffer
✏Clio among the Muses Book Summary : History helps us understand change, provides clues to our own identity, and hones our moral sense. But history is not a stand-alone discipline. Indeed, its own history is incomplete without recognition of its debt to its companions in the humane and social sciences. In Clio among the Muses, noted historiographer Peter Charles Hoffer relates the story of this remarkable collaboration. Hoffer traces history’s complicated partnership with its coordinate disciplines of religion, philosophy, the social sciences, literature, biography, policy studies, and law. As in ancient days, when Clio was preeminent among the other eight muses, so today, the author argues that history can and should claim pride of place in the study of past human action and thought. Intimate and irreverent at times, Clio among the Muses synthesizes a remarkable array of information. Clear and concise in its review of the companionship between history and its coordinate disciplines, fair-minded in its assessment of the contributions of history to other disciplines and these disciplines' contributions to history, Clio among the Muses will capture the attention of everyone who cares about the study of history. For as the author demonstrates, the study of history is something unique, ennobling, and necessary. One can live without religion, philosophy and the rest. One cannot exist without history. Rigorously documented throughout, the book offers a unique perspective on the craft of history.
📒Muses Of The Writer ✍ Various Authors
✏Muses of The Writer Book Summary : Muses of the writers is a collection of short stories and flash fiction from up and coming authors. There is a mixture of all sorts of genres from the haunting What happened to Amanda and A story of a different kind. To the entertaining The bequest to the twisting The Stray. All of the stories in Muses of the Writers are though provoking and special in their own way and have been created by writers worldwide
📒Walking Tour Paris ✍ G. Byrne Bracken
✏Walking Tour Paris Book Summary : Paris is a city renowned for its history, beauty and romance. Beloved of artists, writers and thinkers, not to mention lovers, “La Ville-Lumière” (The City of Light) is as famous for its fashion as its food and, of course, its art and architecture. Architect G. Byrne Bracken guides you through 15 walking tours in Paris’ most famous and scenic locations, including Le Marais, Tuileries, St Germain des Prés, Latin Quarter, Luxembourg, Montparnesse, Invalides, Champs Elysées, Montmatre and others. Each is accompanied by beautiful sketches, from the magnificence of the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay to tiny museums dedicated to artists and writers dotted throughout the city. A Walking Tour Paris features 200 buildings, streets and places and contains over 80 elegant illustrations with 17 maps. This handy pocket guide is user-friendly, information-rich and the perfect companion for all visitors and explorers of Paris.
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📒Madly After The Muses ✍ Alexander Riddiford
✏Madly after the Muses Book Summary : Madly after the Muses examines the use of Graeco-Roman samplings in the Bengali works of Michael Madhusudan Datta (1824-1873), the nineteenth-century poet and playwright. His oeuvre, which includes a Bengali play dramatizing a Hindu version of the Judgement of Paris, a retelling of the Sanskrit Ramayana using various Vergilian and Homeric tropes, a Hindu response to Ovid's Heroides, and a Bengali prose version of the first half of Homer's Iliad, utilize the Greek and Roman classics in a surprising and subversive way. Though steeped in contemporary British literary culture, Madhusudan's Bengali works bypassed the literary trends of his British contemporaries and, most strikingly, used the Western classics to defy the hegemonic elite culture of the Hindu pundits. He treated traditional Hindu material with innovations inspired by the literature of the Graeco-Roman world, and provided an Orientalist Indo-European reading of the ancient cultures of India and Europe. By subverting contemporary British constructions of what constituted 'classical', he also highlighted counter-currents within the Western classical discourse. In this volume, Riddiford introduces new texts and contexts to the fields of classical reception and postcolonial scholarship, and includes appendices with translated excerpts from Bengali works not previously translated into English. He also examines the Bengali poet's classical education, drawing on new material from various archives to show that he was given a rigorous British-style classical education, offering a surprising early chapter in the story of the dissemination and reception of the Graeco-Roman classics in India.