Looking Glass Heart

Author: Marissa Heard
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781545365885
Size: 60.32 MB
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Looking Glass Heart tells a story of unrequited love through poems, notes, and letters. The debut collection from 21-year-old poet Marissa Heard explores the plethora of emotions that come with loving someone who doesn't love you back and finding the strength to walk away.

A Season Of Shooting Stars

Author: Dhaval Rathod
Publisher: Notion Press
ISBN: 1684666635
Size: 67.31 MB
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No one ever only gets the daylight. This night sky is ours too. Let's claim it and light it up! A Season of Shooting Stars is a constellation of verses pulled together to adorn the night sky of our lives and affect our souls in a positive and empathetic manner. The poems explore an array of deeply felt emotions like love and its light, heartbreak and dealing with it, and healing. They also address a range of themes like the universe and its unmistakable methods, God and His expectations, life and its partnership with us, this world and our indisputable place in it. For the purpose of enhanced stargazing, the book is divided into five skies – Heart, Universe, God and Life. The fifth one is your soul.

Breeches And Metaphysics

Author: Siegbert Salomon ®awer
ISBN: 9781900755030
Size: 64.81 MB
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The author traces the successive stages of Thackeray's contact with the German world and analyses the discourse he developed as a result. The 'German Sketch Book' which is built up embraces the fiction and criticism of Thackeray's Paris Sketch Book and the impressions related by the 'cockney' traveller in Irish Sketch Book and Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo. Thackeray's own pictorial illustrations of his writings, and those by Cruikshank, Doyle and Walker, which he supervised and supplemented, are recognised as an integral part of his German discourse.This is the first full-length study, in any language, of Thackeray's observation and presentation of 'Germany' and 'the Germans' in all the genres in which he worked. The study is a chronological one, setting Thackeray's construction of 'Germany' and 'the Germans' against the background of his own development and of the social, industrial, cultural and political history of Britain and its continental neighbours.