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God of Vengeance - 2826787384

47,17 zł

God of Vengeance Corgi Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Norway 785 AD. It began with the betrayal of a lord by a king...But when King Gorm puts Jarl Harald's family to the sword, he makes one terrible mistake - he fails to kill Harald's youngest son, Sigurd. On the run, unsure who to trust and hunted by powerful men, Sigurd wonders if the gods have forsaken him: his kin are slain or prisoners, his village attacked, its people taken as slaves. Honour is lost. And yet he has a small band of loyal men at his side and with them he plans his revenge. All know that Odin - whose name means frenzy - is drawn to chaos and bloodshed, just as a raven is to slaughter. In the hope of catching the All-Father's eye, the young Viking endures a ritual ordeal and is shown a vision. Wolf, bear, serpent and eagle come to him. Sigurd will need their help if he is to make a king pay in blood for his treachery. Using cunning and war-craft, he gathers together a band of warriors - including Olaf, his father's right hand man, Bram who men call Bear, Black Floki who wields death with a blade, and the shield maiden Valgerd, who fears no man - and convinces them to follow him. For, whether Odin is with him or not, Sigurd will have his vengeance. And neither men nor gods had best stand in his way...It is a must read for all who enjoy thrilling, action-packed fiction fiction - from Bernard Cornwell to George R R Martin's Game of Thrones.

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I Didn't Want to Be That Girl! - 2862220250

126,23 zł

I Didn't Want to Be That Girl! Westbow Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

How many times have we pointed a finger at Eve-God's first created woman, who took a bite of the apple after being tempted by a serpent? Although her name is only mentioned in four verses of Scripture, she was made infamous for her greatest debacle. We tend to blame her for our own personal dramas. Eve had everything; she lived in paradise, in a carefree, pain-free, sorrow-free world. In spite of this, she was unsatisfied, and she sinned. God, however, looked beyond her sin and pursued her as part of a bigger story. Surprisingly, He doesn't focus on her sin but rather considered her His bride, the bride of Christ. Building on the story of Eve, I Didn't Want to Be That Girl! A Look into the Life of Eve presents a Bible study designed for women and exploring a variety of topics. Author Sue Allen considers God's silence, His goodness, our humility, our struggles with sin, and our need to learn to hear God's voice. She also examines Godly womanhood, holiness, insecurity, motivations of the heart, restoration and forgiveness, and much, much more. This devotional offers eight weeks of personal, interactive, conversational-style Bible study with daily prompts leading to confession. We, as women, must recognize our need for a Savior, Jesus Christ and realize that we are all sinners, saved by God's grace, and His grace alone. Just like Eve, we didn't want to be that girl. And despite our flawed pasts and imperfections, we have been created to be the bride of Christ. "Through keen insight and real-life vulnerability, Sue Allen unfolds the true nature of what it means to be the bride of Christ. Whether you are happily single, contemplating marriage, or long-time espoused, her fresh wisdom will beckon you to join her in preparing your heart anew for the King of Kings. The bridegroom is coming! What a joy it is to get ready for Him together." Tonya Riggle Pastor's Wife and Bible Study Teacher Second Baptist Church, Houston "Knowing Sue and her heart to have women embrace our inheritance that we have in Christ allows me to not only put my stamp of approval on this study, but to use it in our ministry to college athletes and our staff that ministers to these athletes. Sue Allen's desire for women to live the abundant life in Christ is immediately noticed within minutes of being in her presence. Thank you, Sue, for your passion to study the Word and your love affair with Christ." April Nelson Women's Leadership Team Athletes in Action

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The Complete Operas - 2870127952

419,99 zł

The Complete Operas Decca

Muzyka>Klasyczna

1. Paul Bunyan, Op.17 2. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction (Paul Bunyan, Op. 3. Paul Bunyan, Op.17 (Paul Bunyan, Op.17) 4. Britten, Benjamin - Since The Birth Of The Earth 5. Britten, Benjamin - No. No. We Do Not Want Life T 6. Britten, Benjamin - Ooh! Ooh! O How Terrible To B 7. Britten, Benjamin - You Are All To Leave Here (P 8. Britten, Benjamin - It Isn't Very Often The Conse 9. Britten, Benjamin - First Ballad Interlude: The C 10. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Greeting (Act 1) 11. Britten, Benjamin - Call Of Lumberjacks (Act 1) 12. Britten, Benjamin - Lumberjacks' Chorus: My Birth 13. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Welcome (Act 1) 14. Britten, Benjamin - Quartet Of Swedes: Swedish Bo 15. Britten, Benjamin - Western Union Boy's Song: A T 16. Britten, Benjamin - Cooks' Duet: Sam For Soups. B 17. Britten, Benjamin - Animal Trio: Ah! Miaou! The S 18. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Goodnight 1 (Act 1) 19. Britten, Benjamin - Exit Of Lumberjacks: Down The 20. Britten, Benjamin - The Blues: Gold In The North 21. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Goodnight 2 (Act 1) 22. Britten, Benjamin - Second Ballad Interlude: The 23. Britten, Benjamin - Food Chorus: Do I Look The So 24. Britten, Benjamin - Chorus Accusation: There Now 25. Britten, Benjamin - Slim's Song: In Fair Days & F 26. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Return: Look, The Ch 27. Britten, Benjamin - Inkslinger's Song: It Was Out 28. Britten, Benjamin - Entrance Of Chorus (Act 1) 29. Britten, Benjamin - Tiny's Entrance (Act 1) 30. Britten, Benjamin - Tiny's Song: Ah!...whether Th 31. Britten, Benjamin - Inkslinger's Regret: All The 32. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Goodnight 3 (Act 1) 101. Paul Bunyan, Op.17 (Paul Bunyan, Op.17) 102. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Good Morning (Act 2) 103. Britten, Benjamin - Shears' Song: It Has Always B 104. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Warning (Act 2) 105. Britten, Benjamin - Farmers' Song: The Shanty-boy 106. Britten, Benjamin - Farmers' Exit (Act 2) 107. Britten, Benjamin - The Mocking Of Hel Helson: He 108. Britten, Benjamin - Fido's Sympathy: Won't You Te 109. Britten, Benjamin - Cats' Creed: Let Man The Roma 110. Britten, Benjamin - The Fight: What Is It? What's 111. Britten, Benjamin - Love Duet: Move, Move From Th 112. Britten, Benjamin - Mock Funeral March: Take Away 113. Britten, Benjamin - Hymn: O Great Day Of Discover 114. Britten, Benjamin - Third Ballad Interlude: So He 115. Britten, Benjamin - The Christmas Party: Rah! Ano 116. Britten, Benjamin - Dear Friends, With Your Leave 117. Britten, Benjamin - Carry Her Over The Water (Ac 118. Britten, Benjamin - Where We Are Is Not Very Far 119. Britten, Benjamin - A Telegram From Hollywood (A 120. Britten, Benjamin - We Always Knew That One Day Y 121. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Farewell (Act 2) 122. Britten, Benjamin - Litany: The Campfire Embers A 123. Britten, Benjamin - Overture (Appendix) 124. Britten, Benjamin - Inkslinger's Love Song (Append 125. Britten, Benjamin - Lullaby Of Dream Shadows (Appe 201. Peter Grimes, Op.33 (Original Version) 202. Britten, Benjamin - Peter Grimes! (Prologue) 203. Britten, Benjamin - You Sailed Your Boat (Prolog 204. Britten, Benjamin - Peter Grimes, I Here Advise Y 205. Britten, Benjamin - The Truth...the Pity... (Pro 206. Montagu Slater - Interlude I: On The Beach (Prolog 207. Britten, Benjamin - Oh, Hang At Open Doors (Act 208. Britten, Benjamin - Hi! Give Us A Hand (Act 1) 209. Britten, Benjamin - I Have To Go From Pub To Pub 210. Britten, Benjamin - Let Her Among You (Act 1) 211. Britten, Benjamin - Look, The Storm Cone! (Act 1 212. Britten, Benjamin - And Do You Prefer The Storm 213. Britten, Benjamin - What Harbour Shelters Peace 214. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Ii: The Storm (Act 1 215. Britten, Benjamin - Past Time To Close! (Act 1) 216. Britten, Benjamin - We Live & Let Live (Act 1) 217. Britten, Benjamin - Have You Heard? (Act 1) 218. Britten, Benjamin - Now The Great Bear & Pleiades 219. Britten, Benjamin - Old Joe Has Gone Fishing (Ac 220. Britten, Benjamin - The Bridge Is Down, We Half S 221. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Iii: Sunday Morning 222. Britten, Benjamin - Glitter Of Waves (Act 2) 223. Britten, Benjamin - Let This Be A Holiday (Act 2 224. Britten, Benjamin - This Unrelenting Work (Act 2 225. Britten, Benjamin - Fool To Let It Come To This! 226. Britten, Benjamin - What Is It? (Act 2) 227. Britten, Benjamin - People!...no! I Will Speak! 301. Peter Grimes, Op.33 (Original Version) 302. Britten, Benjamin - We Planned That Their Lives 303. Britten, Benjamin - Swallow! Shall We Go (Act 2) 304. Britten, Benjamin - Now Is Gossip Put On Trial ( 305. Britten, Benjamin - From The Gutter (Act 2) 306. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Iv: Passacaglia (Act 307. Britten, Benjamin - Go There! (Act 2) 308. Britten, Benjamin - Now!...now! (Act 2) 309. Britten, Benjamin - Peter Grimes! Nobody Here? ( 310. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude V: Evening (Act 3) 311. Britten, Benjamin - Assign Your Prettiness To Me 312. Britten, Benjamin - Pah! (Act 3) 313. Britten, Benjamin - Come Along, Doctor! (Act 3) 314. Britten, Benjamin - Embroidery In Childhood (Act 315. Britten, Benjamin - Mr.swallow! (Act 3) 316. Britten, Benjamin - Who Holds Himself Apart (Act 317. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Vi: Fog (Act 3) 318. Britten, Benjamin - Grimes! Grimes! (Act 3) 319. Britten, Benjamin - Peter, We've Come To Take You 320. Britten, Benjamin - To Those Who Pass The Borough 401. The Rape Of Lucretia, Op.37 (Lib. Ronald Duncan) 402. Britten, Benjamin - Rome Is Now Ruled By The Etrus 403. Britten, Benjamin - It Is An Axiom Among Kings (Ac 404. Britten, Benjamin - Here The Thirsty Evening (Act 405. Britten, Benjamin - Who Reaches Heaven First (Act 406. Britten, Benjamin - Maria Was Unmasked At A Masked 407. Britten, Benjamin - Collatinus Is Politically Astu 408. Britten, Benjamin - There Goes A Happy Man! (Act 1 409. Ronald Duncan - Tarquinius Does Not Dare (Act 1) 410. Britten, Benjamin - My Horse! My Horse! Tarquinius 411. Britten, Benjamin - Their Spinning-wheel Unwinds ( 412. Britten, Benjamin - Listen! I Heard A Knock (Act 1 413. Britten, Benjamin - Time Treads Upon The Hands Of 414. Britten, Benjamin - The Oatmeal Slippers Of Sleep 501. The Rape Of Lucretia, Op.37 (Lib. Ronald Duncan) 502. Britten, Benjamin - The Prosperity Of The Etruscan 503. Britten, Benjamin - She Sleeps As A Rose (Act 2) 504. Britten, Benjamin - Within This Frail Crucible Of 505. Britten, Benjamin - Lucretia!...what Do You Want? 506. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Here In This Scene 507. Britten, Benjamin - Oh! What A Lovely Day! (Act 2) 508. Britten, Benjamin - We'll Leave The Orchids For Lu 509. Britten, Benjamin - Flowers Bring To Every Year (A 510. Britten, Benjamin - You Were Right (Act 2) 511. Britten, Benjamin - Lucretia! Lucretia! (Act 2) 512. Britten, Benjamin - Last Night Tarquinius Ravished 513. Britten, Benjamin - This Dead Hand Lets Fall (Act 514. Britten, Benjamin - Epilogue: Is It All? (Act 2) 601. Albert Herring, Opera In 3 Acts Op.39 (Original Ve 602. Britten, Benjamin - Flor-ence! Tell The Midwife! ( 603. Britten, Benjamin - Doctor Jessop's Midwife (Act 1 604. Britten, Benjamin - I Hope We're Not Too Early, Fl 605. Britten, Benjamin - Stuffy! (Act 1) 606. Britten, Benjamin - Now Then! Notebook, Florence! 607. Britten, Benjamin - The First Suggestion On My Lis 608. Britten, Benjamin - Is This All You Can Bring? (Ac 609. Britten, Benjamin - Beggin' Your Pardon (Act 1) 610. Britten, Benjamin - Right! We'll Have Him! (Act 1) 611. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude (Act 1) 612. Britten, Benjamin - Bounce Me High (Act 1) 613. Britten, Benjamin - Shop! Hi! Albert! (Act 1) 614. Britten, Benjamin - Tickling A Trout (Act 1) 615. Britten, Benjamin - Meet Me At A Quarter Past Eigh 616. Britten, Benjamin - He's Much Too Busy (Act 1) 617. Britten, Benjamin - Good Morning, Young Man (Act 1 618. Britten, Benjamin - We Bring Great News To You (Ac 619. Britten, Benjamin - Isn't He Here? (Act 2) 620. Britten, Benjamin - For Three Precious Weeks (Act 621. Britten, Benjamin - Quickly! Quickly, Come Along! 622. Britten, Benjamin - Here They Are, Dears! (Act 2) 623. Britten, Benjamin - My Flowers Are Few (Act 2) 701. Albert Herring, Opera In 3 Acts Op.39 (Original Ve 702. Britten, Benjamin - I'm Full Of Happiness (Act 2) 703. Britten, Benjamin - As Representing The Local Coun 704. Britten, Benjamin - My Heart Leaps Up With Joy (Ac 705. Britten, Benjamin - Er-humph! Er-humph! I'm No Gre 706. Britten, Benjamin - Well Tried, Albert! (Act 2) 707. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude (Act 2) 708. Britten, Benjamin - Albert The Good! (Act 2) 709. Britten, Benjamin - You Oughtn't To Whistle! (Act 710. Britten, Benjamin - Heaven Helps Those Who Help Th 711. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction (Act 3) 712. Britten, Benjamin - Is She Asleep? (Act 3) 713. Britten, Benjamin - I'm Hungry, I'm Tired (Act 3) 714. Britten, Benjamin - Give Me A Decent Murder With A 715. Britten, Benjamin - Have You Found Him? (Act 3) 716. Britten, Benjamin - Fools! Fools! Blundering Fools 717. Britten, Benjamin - In The Midst Of Life Is Death 718. Britten, Benjamin - Albert! (Act 3) 719. Britten, Benjamin - I'm Sorry About That (Act 3) 720. Britten, Benjamin - I Can't Remember Everything (A 721. Britten, Benjamin - Albert's Come Back To Stay (Ac 801. Billy Budd - Opera In 2 Acts, Op.50 (Original Vers 802. Britten, Benjamin - I Am An Old Man (Act 1) 803. Britten, Benjamin - Pull, My Bantams! (Act 1) 804. Britten, Benjamin - Guard Boat! Indomitable! (Act 805. E.m. Forster - First Man Forward! (Act 1) 806. Britten, Benjamin - Your Name? Billy Budd, Sir (Ac 807. Britten, Benjamin - Billy Budd, King Of The Birds! 808. Britten, Benjamin - I Heard, Your Honour! (Act 1) 809. Britten, Benjamin - Come Along Kid! Come Along! (A 810. Britten, Benjamin - Christ, The Poor Chap! (Act 1) 811. Britten, Benjamin - What's That? What's Those Whis 812. Britten, Benjamin - Starry Vere We Call Him (Act 1 813. Britten, Benjamin - Boy! My Compliments To Mr. Red 814. Britten, Benjamin - Gentlemen, The King! (Act 1) 815. Britten, Benjamin - Ay, At Spithead The Men May Ha 816. Britten, Benjamin - We Are, Sir. Claggart Is An Ab 817. Britten, Benjamin - Blow, Blow, Blow (Act 1) 818. Britten, Benjamin - We're Off To Samoa By Way Of G 819. Britten, Benjamin - Hi! You A... A... A... (Act 1) 820. E.m. Forster - Over The Water...handsomely Done (A 821. Britten, Benjamin - Come Here. Remember Your Promi 822. Britten, Benjamin - Billy! Hist! Billy Budd! (Act 823. Britten, Benjamin - Dansker, Old Friend, Glad To S 901. Billy Budd - Opera In 2 Acts, Op.50 (Original Vers 902. Britten, Benjamin - I Don't Like The Look Of The M 903. Britten, Benjamin - With Great Regret I Must Distu 904. Britten, Benjamin - Deck Ahoy! Enemy Sail On Starb 905. Britten, Benjamin - Who'll Volunteer To Board 'Em 906. Britten, Benjamin - There You Are Again, Master-at 907. Britten, Benjamin - O This Cursed Mist (Act 2) 908. Britten, Benjamin - Claggart, John Claggart, Bewar 909. Britten, Benjamin - Master-at-arms & Foretopman (A 910. Britten, Benjamin - God O' Mercy! Here, Help Me! ( 911. E.m. Forster - Gentlemen, William Budd Here Has Ki 912. Britten, Benjamin - William Budd, You Are Accused 913. Britten, Benjamin - Poor Fellow, Who Could Save Hi 914. Britten, Benjamin - I Accept Their Verdict (Act 2) 915. Britten, Benjamin - Look! Through The Port (Act 2) 916. Britten, Benjamin - Here! Baby! Dansker, Old Frien 917. Britten, Benjamin - & Farewell To Ye (Act 2) 918. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude (Act 2) 919. Britten, Benjamin - According To The Articles Of W 920. Britten, Benjamin - Down All Hands! & See That The 921. Britten, Benjamin - We Committed His Body To The D 1001. Gloriana, Op.53 (Original Version) 1002. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Prelude (Act 1 Scene 1) 1003. Britten, Benjamin - 2. The Tornament (Act 1 Scene 1004. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Recitative & Fight (Act 1 S 1005. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Entrance Of The Queen (Act 1006. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Recitative (Act 1 Scene 1) 1007. Britten, Benjamin - 6. The Two Lords' Explanation 1008. Britten, Benjamin - 7. Raleigh's Song (Act 1 Scene 1009. William Plomer - 8. Ensemble Of Reconciliation (Ac 1010. Britten, Benjamin - 9. Recitative & Final March (A 1011. Britten, Benjamin - 10. Prelude & Dialogue (Act 1 1012. Britten, Benjamin - 11. The Queen's Song (Act 1 Sc 1013. Britten, Benjamin - 12. Cecil's Song Of Government 1014. Britten, Benjamin - 13. Recitative & Essex's Entry 1015. Britten, Benjamin - 14. First Lute Song (Act 1 Sce 1016. Britten, Benjamin - 15. Second Lute Song (Act 1 Sc 1017. Britten, Benjamin - 16. The First Duet For The Que 1018. Britten, Benjamin - 17. Soliloquy & Prayer (Act 1 1019. Britten, Benjamin - 18. Prelude & Welcome (Act 2 S 1020. Britten, Benjamin - 19. The Masque (Act 2 Scene 1) 1021. Britten, Benjamin - 20. Finale (Act 2 Scene 1) 1022. Britten, Benjamin - 21. Prelude & Song (Act 2 Scen 1023. Britten, Benjamin - 22. Duet (Act 2 Scene 2) 1024. Britten, Benjamin - 23. Double Duet (Act 2 Scene 2 1025. Britten, Benjamin - 24. Quartet (Act 2 Scene 2) 1101. Gloriana, Op.53 (Original Version) 1102. Britten, Benjamin - 25. Pavane (Act 2 Scene 3) 1103. Britten, Benjamin - 26. Conversation (Act 2 Scene 1104. Britten, Benjamin - 27. Galliard (Act 2 Scene 3) 1105. Britten, Benjamin - 28. Conversation & The Queen's 1106. Britten, Benjamin - 29. Lavolta (Act 2 Scene 3) 1107. Britten, Benjamin - 30. Conversation (Act 2 Scene 1108. Britten, Benjamin - 31. Morris Dance (Act 2 Scene 1109. Britten, Benjamin - 32. Recitative (Act 2 Scene 3) 1110. Britten, Benjamin - 33. The Queen's Burlesque (Act 1111. Britten, Benjamin - 34. Quartet (Act 2 Scene 3) 1112. Britten, Benjamin - 35. March (Act 2 Scene 3) 1113. Britten, Benjamin - 36. The Queen's Announcement ( 1114. Britten, Benjamin - 37. Ensemble (Act 2 Scene 3) 1115. Britten, Benjamin - 38. Coranto (Act 2 Scene 3) 1116. Britten, Benjamin - 39. Prelude & Chatter (Act 3 S 1117. Britten, Benjamin - 40. Essex's Intrusion (Act 3 S 1118. Britten, Benjamin - 41. The Second Duet Of The Que 1119. Britten, Benjamin - 42. The Dressing-table Song (A 1120. Britten, Benjamin - 43. The Entrance Of Cecil (Act 1121. Britten, Benjamin - 44. Cecil's Report (Act 3 Scen 1122. Britten, Benjamin - 45. Discussion (Act 3 Scene 1) 1123. Britten, Benjamin - 46. The Queen's Decision (Act 1124. Britten, Benjamin - 47. Ballad - Rondo (Act 3 Scen 1125. Britten, Benjamin - 48. Prelude & Verdict (Act 3 S 1126. Britten, Benjamin - 49. Cecil's Warning (Act 3 Sce 1127. Britten, Benjamin - 50. The Queen's Dilemma (Act 3 1128. Britten, Benjamin - 51. Trio (Act 3 Scene 3) 1129. Britten, Benjamin - 52. Lady Essex's Pleading (Act 1130. Britten, Benjamin - 53. Penepole Rich's Pleading ( 1131. Britten, Benjamin - 54. Epilogue (Act 3 Scene 3) 1201. The Turn Of The Screw, Op.54 (Original Version) 1202. Britten, Benjamin - Prologue (Act One) 1203. Britten, Benjamin - Theme - Scene 1: The Journey ( 1204. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation I - Scene 1205. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation II - Scen 1206. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation III - Sce 1207. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation IV - Scen 1208. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation V - Scene 1209. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation VI - Scen 1210. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation VII - Sce 1301. The Turn Of The Screw, Op.54 (Original Version) 1302. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation VIII - Sc 1303. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation IX - Scen 1304. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation X - Scene 1305. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XI - Scen 1306. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XII - Sce 1307. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XIII - Sc 1308. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XIV - Sce 1309. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XV - Scen 1401. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera In Three Acts, Op 1402. Britten, Benjamin - Over Hill, Over Dale (Act 1) 1403. Britten, Benjamin - Oberon Is Passing Fell & Wrat 1404. Britten, Benjamin - Well, Go Thy Way (Act 1) 1405. Britten, Benjamin - How Now My Love? (Act 1) 1406. Britten, Benjamin - Be It On Lion, Bear, Or Wolf, 1407. Britten, Benjamin - Welcome Wanderer! (Act 1) 1408. Britten, Benjamin - Is All Our Company Her? (Act 1409. Britten, Benjamin - Fair Love, You Faint With Wan 1410. Britten, Benjamin - Through The Forest Have I Gon 1411. Britten, Benjamin - Stay, Though Thou Kill Me, Sw 1412. Britten, Benjamin - Come, Now A Roundel & A Fairy 1413. Britten, Benjamin - You Spotted Snakes With Doubl 1414. Britten, Benjamin - What Thou Seest When Thou Dos 1415. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction: The Wood (Act 2) 1416. Britten, Benjamin - Are We All Met? (Act 2) 1417. Britten, Benjamin - I See Their Knavery (Act 2) 1418. Britten, Benjamin - Be Kind & Courteous To This G 1419. Britten, Benjamin - Hail, Mortal, Hail! (Act 2) 1420. Britten, Benjamin - I Have A Reas'nable Good Ear 1421. Britten, Benjamin - How Now, Mad Spirit? (Act 2) 1501. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera In Three Acts, Op 1502. Britten, Benjamin - Flower Of This Purple Dye (A 1503. Britten, Benjamin - Puppet? Why So? (Act 2) 1504. Britten, Benjamin - This Is Thy Negligence (Act 1505. Britten, Benjamin - Up & Down, Up & Down (Act 2) 1506. Britten, Benjamin - On The Ground, Sleep Sound ( 1507. Britten, Benjamin - My Gentle Robin, See'st Thou 1508. Britten, Benjamin - Helena! Hermi! Demetrius! Lys 1509. Britten, Benjamin - When My Cue Comes, Call Me ( 1510. Britten, Benjamin - Have You Sent To Bottom's Hou 1511. Britten, Benjamin - Now, Fair Hippolyta (Act 3) 1512. Britten, Benjamin - Iff We Offend, It Is With Our 1513. Britten, Benjamin - Gentles, Perchange You Wonder 1514. Britten, Benjamin - In This Same Interlude It Dot 1515. Britten, Benjamin - O Grim-look'd Night, O Night 1516. Britten, Benjamin - O Wall, Fur Often Hast Thou H 1517. Britten, Benjamin - You Ladies, You Whose Gentle 1518. Britten, Benjamin - This Lanthorn Doth The Horned 1519. Britten, Benjamin - Sweet Moon, I Thank Thee For 1520. Britten, Benjamin - Asleep, My Love? (Act 3) 1521. Britten, Benjamin - Come, Your Bergomask (Act 3) 1522. Britten, Benjamin - Now The Hungry Lion Roars (A 1601. Owen Wingrave, An Opera In 2 Acts, Op.85 (Original 1602. Britten, Benjamin - Prelude (Act 1) 1603. Britten, Benjamin - You've Got Your Maps There? (A 1604. Britten, Benjamin - At Last It's Out (Act 1) 1605. Britten, Benjamin - Your Sherry, Mrs. Coyle (Act 1 1606. Britten, Benjamin - Oh, How Unforeseen (Act 1) 1607. Britten, Benjamin - Sirrah! How Dare You! (Act 1) 1608. Britten, Benjamin - Coyle, I Wish I Had Not Come ( 1609. Britten, Benjamin - May God Bless The Queen (Act 1 1701. Owen Wingrave, An Opera In 2 Acts, Op.85 (Original 1702. Britten, Benjamin - There Was A Boy, A Wingrave Bo 1703. Britten, Benjamin - I Envy You, This Fine Old Hous 1704. Britten, Benjamin - Paramore Shall Welcome Woe! (A 1705. Britten, Benjamin - & With His Friend Young Lechme 1706. Britten, Benjamin - Now You May Save Your Scornful 1707. Britten, Benjamin - Ah, Owen, What Shall I Do? (Ac 1708. Britten, Benjamin - Is That You, Coyle? (Act 2) 1709. Britten, Benjamin - Come In...it's Me, Lechmere (A 1801. Death In Venice, Op.88 (Lib. Myfanwy Piper 1911-19 1802. Britten, Benjamin - My Mind Beats On (Act 1) 1803. Britten, Benjamin - Who's That? A Foreigner, A Tra 1804. Britten, Benjamin - Hey There, Hey There, You! (Ac 1805. Britten, Benjamin - Serenissima...low-lying Clouds 1806. Britten, Benjamin - Overture: Venice (Act 1) 1807. Britten, Benjamin - Ah, Serenissima! (Act 1) 1808. Britten, Benjamin - Mysterious Gondola (Act 1) 1809. Britten, Benjamin - We Are Delighted To Greet The 1810. Britten, Benjamin - Was I Wrong To Come? (Act 1) 1811. Britten, Benjamin - There Is Indeed In Every Artis 1812. Myfanwy Piper - Children's Games: Adziu, Adziu (Ac 1813. Britten, Benjamin - Aou'! Stagando, Aou' (Act 1) 1814. Britten, Benjamin - Naturally, Signore, I Understa 1815. Myfanwy Piper - Here Will I Stay, Here Dedicate My 1816. Britten, Benjamin - First, The Race! (Act 1) 1817. Britten, Benjamin - The Boy, Tadzio, Shall Inspire 1901. Death In Venice, Op.88 (Lib. Myfanwy Piper 1911-19 1902. Britten, Benjamin - So, It Has Come To This (Act 2 1903. Britten, Benjamin - Guardate, Signore! (Act 2) 1904. Britten, Benjamin - Do I Detect A Scent? (Act 2) 1905. Britten, Benjamin - Careful Search Now Leads Me To 1906. Britten, Benjamin - This Way For The Players, Sign 1907. Britten, Benjamin - Fiorir Rose In Mezo Al Giasso 1908. Britten, Benjamin - One Moment, If You Please (Act 1909. Britten, Benjamin - In These Last Years (Act 2) 1910. Britten, Benjamin - So It Is True (Act 2) 1911. Britten, Benjamin - Receive The Stranger God (Act 1912. Britten, Benjamin - The Empty Beach: Do What You W 1913. Britten, Benjamin - Yes! A Very Wise Decision (Act 1914. Britten, Benjamin - Hurrah For The Piazza (Act 2) 1915. Britten, Benjamin - Chaos, Chaos & Sickness (Act 2 1916. Britten, Benjamin - The Wind Still Blows From The 1917. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Ah, No! (Act 2)

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The Master's Questions to His Disciples - 2862431194

131,07 zł

The Master's Questions to His Disciples ESSENCE PUB

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

This is an exceptional King James Version training tool for the Christian. As we see the fulfillment of biblical prophecy unfolding daily, one cannot question the rapid approach of the end times spoken of in the scriptures. With the diluting of God's word and the many different versions of the Bible, there brings a need for a simple presentation to humble the "Now Generation." Taking time to read this book will truly leave one gazing upon the face of God. Leaving one with the question, "Am I living my life kind of Christ-like or am I living my life like Christ?" The questions which our Lord addressed to His disciples at various times are gathered together here from the Four Gospels, and arranged to form the basis of a series of meditations for those private hours, whether on the Lord's Day or on other days, which every Christian heart delights to set apart as silent hours with God. These meditations, being meant for Christians, have been written in such a personal form that each reader may adopt them as his own. "If the blessing of the Great Master Himself shall accompany the reading of these chapters, and any of His disciples be thereby led to a higher faith, a larger trust, a deeper self-scrutiny, and a heartier consecration, my aim in writing them will be attained." -Garelochhead, 1905 *A portion of the sales of this book will go to support the Teen Challenge FARM in London, Ontario, Canada.

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Cipher Found (Classic Reprint) - 2862360527

56,77 zł

Cipher Found (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from The Cipher Found A prominent gentleman being interviewed as to the Donnelly cipher, said: "The question whether Bacon was the author of the works, or of certain works of Shakespeare, is not new, and I have read numerous pamphlets on the subject, which have taught me nothing... It suffices me to admire "Hamlet," "Macbeth," "King Lear," etc., and I do not seek to know if God exists. The sun shines, and that is enough." Every one is not so easily satisfied. The light of the sun is but one of the many wonders of the Divine Author. We should always, as Lord Bacon says, "enlarge as far as God will permit, the borders of mans dominion." Men of an anylitical bent of mind, have found much to interest them in the Bacon-Shakesperian controversy, and probably without thinking much about doing au act of justice to either author, have determined, if possible, to pluck the mystery out of the works themselves, by endeavoring to discover a cipher, on the clue furnished by various authors. Among the first to call attention to this matter was Mrs. Delia Bacon in a work which displays the greatest research, and a mind capable of fathoming the deepest subjects. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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The Methodist Magazine, Vol. 10 - 2862354762

105,03 zł

The Methodist Magazine, Vol. 10 Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from The Methodist Magazine, Vol. 10: Designed as a Compend of Useful Knowledge, and of Religious and Missionary Intelligence, for the Year of Our Lord 1827 It must be obvious to all who pay attention to the subject, that the terms kingdom of Christ, kingdom of Heaven, kingdom of God, as used in the New Testament, especially by the evangelists, refer primarily, to the spiritual government of Christ over the hearts of men, through the inżuence of that gospel of which he was the author. And when Christ says of his kingdom, it is not of this world, he should be understood to distinguish it from the governments of this world. The object of Pilate's question seems to have been to ascertain whether Christ was a king. And the design of the answer was not only to affirm that he was a king, but to assert at the same time that his authority and govern ment were not like those of this world. Understanding this to be the import of the text, we proceed to show in several propositions, how Christ's kingdom is distinguished from the governments of this world; and under each proposition, notice, that this differ ence renders the principles of Christ's kingdom of eminent service to the well being of political society. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Baby Boomer's Decision Making - 2859223106

82,65 zł

Baby Boomer's Decision Making Dog Ear Publishing

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A Baby Boomer's Decision Making drives the nation's 75 million baby boomers to examine life through the decisions they make, whether they are considering finances, changing national priorities or the needs of aging parents. Boomers will explore decisions of love, school, career, family and fun. From 1956 Chevrolets to Martin Luther King Jr., Vietnam and the 21st century, memoir snippets expose the author's best and worst decision making. From these engaging stories, a model of decision making emerges driven by individual experience in a distinctive combination of understanding, relationships and God. A Baby Boomer's Decision Making creates a bridge from abstract theoretical manuscripts to the daily reality, dreams and apprehensions of baby boomers. Mathematics unlocks the tools of decision making, and prejudice is an omnipresent force. The peaks and valleys of love, family and career highlight the ingredients of decision making. Guidelines and principles of decision making solidify and further assist readers in reviewing the past, assessing the present and preparing for their future. A series of activities and questions at the end of the book encourage individual reflection or small group discussion. Francis J. Kostel earned a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. As superintendent of schools in suburban Chicago's St. Charles, he led the district of more than 13,000 students, 1,600 staff members and 17 schools. He also served as principal of St. Charles High School, a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon high school, as a leadership consultant and as a mathematics teacher. From the working-class neighborhoods of Chicago to the White House Rose Garden, Kostel has experience with organizational success and conflict resolution. Through August One Consulting, Kostel serves as an executive coach and mentor. Kostel has given presentations throughout the country on leadership, strategic planning, personnel evaluation, change and policy decisions. He has written several articles and served on statewide and regional boards. Kostel is a choir member and ballroom dancer. He and his wife, the love of his life for more than 38 years, have two adult sons. Comments and inquiries regarding A Baby Boomer's Decision Making and August One Consulting are welcome at augustone@sbcglobal.net.

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Shakespeare's Late Work - 2854316117

179,50 zł

Shakespeare's Late Work Oxford University Press

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Shakespeare's Late Work is a detailed reading of the plays written at the end of Shakespeare's career, centring on Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winter's Tale, and The Tempest. Unlike many previous studies it considers all the late work, including Henry VIII, The Two Noble Kinsmen, the revised Folio version of King Lear, and even what can be ascertained about the lost Cardenio. From this broadened canon emerge signs of a distinct identity for the late work. Lyne explores how Shakespeare sets great store in grand principles - faith in God, love of family, reverence for monarchs, and belief in theatrical representations of truth. However, there is also a ubiquitous and structuring irony whereby such principles are questioned and doubted. Audiences and readers are left with a difficult but empowering decision whether to believe, or to question, or to accommodate both faith and scepticism. Alongside this interest in the new and characteristically 'late' qualities of this phase in Shakespeare's career, Shakespeare's Late Work puts it in a wider cultural context. A chapter on the collaborations and broader dramatic relationships with John Fletcher and Thomas Middleton illuminates how Shakespeare's canon interacts with other writing of its time. A chapter on how the late work revisits and reconsiders themes from earlier plays shows that continuity needs to be remembered alongside novelty. Overall this is an introduction to the key works of this period which advances a new reading of them. They emerge as fascinating and dazzling explorations of their potential and their limitations.

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Folk Tales from Simla - 2862099761

88,16 zł

Folk Tales from Simla Hippocrene Books Inc.,U.S.

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From Simla, once the summer capital of India under British rule, comes a charming collection of Himalayan folk lore, known for its beauty, wit, and mysticism. These 56 stories, fire-side tales of the hill-folk of Northern India, will surely delight readers of all ages. One of the stories, "The Power of Fate, " is a tale of a Rajah who summons his six daughters to ask each whether she is satisfied with her lot in life. When the youngest princess refuses to flatter her father as her oldest sisters have done, he brutally banishes her. This Himalayan counterpart to the story of King Lear, however, includes an enchanted jungle, the intervention of the god, Mahadeo, and a magical fan, that causes a Prince to appear for the banished Princess when waved. Eight illustrations by the author complete this delightful volume.

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Sapphire Rose - 2826813495

67,15 zł

Sapphire Rose Harper Collins

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Book Three of the ELENIUM is fantasy on a truly epic scale, in which the Pandion Knight Sparhawk must finally use the power of the jewel. Aided by the goddess Aphrael, Sparhawk and his band of companions have recovered the magical jewel Bhelliom - the Sapphire Rose - from the cave of the troll-dwarf Ghwerig. Now they have the power to wake and cure Ehlana, the young Queen of Elenia. But while they were seeking Bhelliom, great forces of evil moved into the power vacuum left behind. The unholy triple alliance between Otha, degenerate sorcerer-king of the Zemochs, the renegade Pandion Knight Martel, and Annias, traitorous Primate of Cimmura, threatens to overrun all of Eosia. In returning to Cimmura to wake Ehlana, Sparhawk risks delivering the Sapphire Rose into the hands of his enemies, who will use it to give the evil god Azash dominion over the whole world. To stop them they may have to unleash the full power of the jewel, but no one can predict whether the world itself will survive such an event. THE SAPPHIRE ROSE is the gripping, brilliant conclusion to THE ELENIUM, a panoramic tale of a conflict between good and evil that envelops an entire continent.

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Jitterbug Perfume - 2857958421

67,15 zł

Jitterbug Perfume NO EXIT PRESS

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A round-Robbins on the themes of scent, so-called "floral consciousness," and immortality - skipping through time and space, but offering a little old-fashioned storytelling charm along with the usual cute/hip doodling. In one of the two parallel plot-lines here, Robbins juggles the separate attempts of various parfumiers around the world to come up with a perfume (upon a jasmine base) that will outenchant any previous concoction: Madame Devalier in New Orleans is feverishly experimenting; so is her adopted daughter Priscilla in Seattle; and the megs-company LeFever is also hard at work in Paris. Meanwhile, in the other main plot, we follow King Alobar - a Dark Ages hero - through his global wanderings: he eventually reaches India, meeting a widow named Kudra; both of them are in flight from Death; and both eventually, through the direct intervention of the decrepit god Pan, actually achieve immortality - even learning how to capture the immortality-essence in bottled-liquid form. So ultimately, of course, these two plot-strands will link up - as Alobar time-travels up to the present, providing the evolutionary missing-link to "floral consciousness". . . and teaming up with a Timothy Learylike outlaw scientist, Dr. Wiggs Dannyboy, who adds a bit of new-age theory to Robbins' usual flower-power rhetoric. ("Philosophers have argued for centuries about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin, but materialists have known all along that it depends on whether they are jitterbugging or dancing cheek to cheek.") As in all of Robbins' novels, there is much that's juvenile and insufferable here: terminally cute asides and many, many groaners - e.g., "a populace that was beginning to put Descartes before des horse." Still, the mundane/exotic enterprise of making perfume offers a rich basis for Robbins' half-credible, half-cartoonish explorations. And, thanks to its lively sweep through time and geography, this may be his most agreeable book ever: relaxed, readably sequential, goofily lyrical - with some feather-weight appeal for non-fans as well as the usual Robbins readership. (Kirkus Reviews)

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Passage to Eternity - 2826676205

70,00 zł

Passage to Eternity Inkwater Press

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Azmina Suleman's in-depth account of a near-death experience is a treasure of a spiritual read. Islamic near-death accounts are rather rare in the literature, and this account from a Shia Ismaili Muslim adds a significant dimension to near-death experience accounts. Her 2 - 1/2 page description of her union with Godalone is worth the price of the book! Dr. Ken R. Vincent Author of VISIONS OF GOD FROM THE NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE Azmina Suleman is one of those incredible teachers who provides the reader with a unique glimpse into the other side. She brings a very different perspective as a Muslim and someone from a multicultural background. Yet, she has managed to provide a balanced description of her experience without overstating her beliefs. As a well-grounded and published journalist, Azmina shares her near-death experience in a special way, and in doing so bridges an important gap as she addresses such questions as what it means to have an NDE, and what happenson the other side. More importantly, she forces us to take a closer look at what it is that we should be learning and gathering from these experiences. It is a very well-written account that will speak to the medical community caring for the critically ill, the researcher, as well as those just wanting to know more about the phenomena. Dr. Diane K. Corcoran, Ph.D. Past President of IANDS International Association for Near-Death Studies A Passage to Eternity is destined to be remembered as a notable event in the exploration, study and appreciation of the psyche. Azmina Suleman speaks powerfully and unforgettably, as she takes us on an intimate journey through the complex world of near-death experiences. She distills with stunning clarity the emotional depth, beauty, and spiritual richness to be found in a trans-dimensional reality that lies just beyond the physical. Not only is this book a compelling testament to the potential for profound wisdom and mysterious insight open to those who are receptive to such natural wisdom, but it is an important addition to the field of psycho-spiritual studies based on personal experience. Dr. Abdul Sultan Hassam, Ph.D., D.Sc., ABMPP Professor of Cognitive Science & Philosophy of Religion What impresses me most about Azmina Suleman's extraordinary story is its absolute candor and honesty. Whether you believe in an afterlife or not (and I myself am agnostic on this question), you cannot doubt the truth to be found in her telling of a profound personal experience. What is important here is not its epistemic validity, but its moral value - its power to inspire faith, and care for others. John King University of Calgary, Alberta

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The Final Destination Of Man - 2871241842

87,49 zł

The Final Destination Of Man

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This Book Was Written About The Everyday Life Of Man; This Includes You And Me. We Live In A Troublesome World. All Of Us Have To Make A Decision Whether To Serve God Or Satan. I Quote A Verse Found In The King James Bible: Joshua 24:15-And If It Seem

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Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century - 2869491031

103,24 zł

Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century Oxford University Press

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OXFORD SHAKESPEARE TOPICS General Editors: Peter Holland and Stanley Wells Oxford Shakespeare Topics provide students and teachers with short books on important aspects of Shakespeare criticism and scholarship. Each book is written by an authority in its field, and combines accessible style with original discussion of its subject. This book considers the impact and influence of Shakespeare on writing of the eighteenth century, and also how eighteenth-century Shakespeare scholarship influenced how we read Shakespeare today. The most influential English actor of the eighteenth century, David Garrick, could hail Shakespeare as 'the god of our idolatry', yet perform an adaptation of King Lear with a happy ending, add a dying speech to Macbeth, and remove the puns from Romeo and Juliet. Garrick's friend Samuel Johnson thought of Shakespeare as 'above all writers, at least above all modern writers, the poet of nature'. Voltaire thought he was a sublime genius without taste. The Bluestocking Elizabeth Montagu, meanwhile, could be found arguing with Johnson's biographer James Boswell over whether Shakespeare or Milton was the greater poet. Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century traces the course of a many-faceted metamorphosis. Drawing on fresh research as well as the most recent scholarship in the field, it argues that the story of Shakespeare in the eighteenth century has become a significant 'subplot' in later scholarship, made up of great debates about how to read Shakespeare and how to rank him among the great English writers, how to perform his plays and how to edit the texts of those plays. This book surveys the critical and creative responses of actors and audiences, literary critics and textual editors, painters and philosophes to Shakespeare's works, while also suggesting how the Shakespeare of the theatre influenced the Shakespeare of the study, and how other, less straightforward interactions combined to bring about this sea-change in English cultural life. It speaks of the crucial role of Shakespeare in eighteenth-century culture, and the importance of that culture's absorption of Shakespeare for subsequent generations. This is a book about what the eighteenth century did to Shakespeare - and vice versa.

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Lancelot - 2874907792

67,65 zł

Lancelot Transworld

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In his epic new novel, the acclaimed and bestselling author of Raven and God of Vengeance re-imagines and retells the story of one of the great figures of British myth and legends - the warrior who fought at King Arthur's side: Lancelot - and whether you're fan of George R R Martin or Bernard Cornwell, it will be a must-read!

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