Good Morning America, Volume One

Author: Mark Power

Publisher: Good Morning America


Category: Photography

Page: 124

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The American landscape as viewed through the lens of an outsider.

Pearl Cleage and Free Womanhood

Essays on Her Prose Works

Author: Tikenya Foster-Singletary

Publisher: McFarland


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 213

View: 334

"This collection of essays examines popular writer Pearl Cleage's work, it is the first book-length consideration of a writer and activist whose bold perspectives on social justice, race and gender have been influential for several decades. The book includes an in-depth interview with the author and a foreword by Tayari Jones"--Provided by publisher.

Journey Thru America - My Quest for Peace - Volume One

Author: Gary L Beer

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Travel


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Travelling the back roads across America in 2001/2002 on a seven month, eighteen thousand mile journey brought out survival instincts and a perception of life in Gary that we all possess and rarely experience in this modern world that we live. The result is clearly written in Journey Thru America My Quest for Peace Volume One, in which Gary describes his incredible journey in such a way that the reader experiences the excitement and travelling as if they are experiencing it themselves. Gary speaks his mind of America and American people that is controversial at times and thought provoking.

Diary of an American Witch

Author: Heather Stowe

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Fiction

Page: 312

View: 527

"So this means I am a witch? A real, spell casting, broom riding, cauldron-potion-brewing witch? No way " Sarah Miller was a typical high school junior. She loved to shop, hang out with her best friend Jenny and read books until they fell apart. Everything changed on her sixteenth birthday, when it is revealed to her she has a new talent and that a hidden world unfolds. In this new world she finds new friends, abilities beyond her wildest dreams and an unexpected fate waiting for her

The Methodist Experience in America Volume 2


Author: Russell E. Richey

Publisher: Abingdon Press


Category: Religion


View: 655

Commissioned by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry for use in United Methodist doctrine/polity/history courses. From a Sunday school teacher's account of a typical Sunday morning to letters from presidents, from architects' opinions for and against the Akron Plan to impassioned speeches demanding full rights for African Americans, women, homosexuals, and laity in the Church, this riveting collection of documents will interest scholars, clergy, and laity alike. This Sourcebook, part of the two-volume set The Methodist Experience in America, contains documents from between 1760 and 1998 pertaining to the movements constitutive of American United Methodism. The editors identify over two hundred documents by date, primary agent, and central theme or important action. The documents are organized on a strictly chronological basis, by the date of the significant action in the excerpt. Charts, graphs, timelines, and graphics are also included. The Sourcebook has been constructed to be used with the Narrative volume in which the interpretation of individual documents, discussions of context, details about events and individuals, and treatment of the larger developments can be found.

The Dover Anthology of American Literature, Volume I

From the Origins Through the Civil War

Author: Bob Blaisdell

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Literary Collections

Page: 672

View: 278

Compact, inexpensive anthology features contributions from Jonathan Edwards, Anne Bradstreet, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, Frederick Douglass, Walt Whitman, and many others. Includes introductory notes and suggestions for further reading.

The Life of Langston Hughes

Volume II: 1941-1967, I Dream a World

Author: Arnold Rampersad

Publisher: Oxford University Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 528

View: 196

February 1, 2002 marks the 100th birthday of Langston Hughes. To commemorate the centennial of his birth, Arnold Rampersad has contributed new Afterwords to both volumes of his highly-praised biography of this most extraordinary and prolific American writer. In young adulthood Hughes possessed a nomadic but dedicated spirit that led him from Mexico to Africa and the Soviet Union to Japan, and countless other stops around the globe. Associating with political activists, patrons, and fellow artists, and drawing inspiration from both Walt Whitman and the vibrant Afro-American culture, Hughes soon became the most original and revered of black poets. In the first volume's Afterword, Rampersad looks back at the significant early works Hughes produced, the genres he explored, and offers a new perspective on Hughes's lasting literary influence. Exhaustively researched in archival collections throughout the country, especially in the Langston Hughes papers at Yale University's Beinecke Library, and featuring fifty illustrations per volume, this anniversary edition will offer a new generation of readers entrance to the life and mind of one of the twentieth century's greatest artists.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman: Volume I

Author: Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Publisher: Creators Publishing


Category: Political Science


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Jackie Gingrich Cushman is a nationally syndicated opinion columnist for Creators Syndicate. This is a collection of the very best of her columns from 2014.