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Leaving Words to Remember

Author : Katharine Derderian
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This volume examines the influence of literacy on the development of mourning in ancient Greece. Considered against the oral tradition of Homeric lament, archaic and classical memorials are shown to evolve into an increasingly civic and historical medium of memory.

Leaving words to remember electronic resource

Author : Katharine Derderian
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This volume examines the influence of literacy on the development of mourning in ancient Greece. Considered against the oral tradition of Homeric lament, archaic and classical memorials are shown to evolve into an increasingly civic and historical medium of memory.

When You Have No Fear

Author : Robert J. Allen
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When you have no fear is a true-life story of a middle-class couple who held on to three important elements in life: faith, love, and trust. Without faith in God, his son Jesus Christ, and love for Creation, there is no need to exist. The bond of love that transcends all circumstances becomes the most valuable of the ways a marriage can continue. Two of these elements are possible because of the gift of trust. Without trust, we cannot live with or without fear; trust is the unknown ingredient that allows two people to move beyond hate, suspicion, uncertainty and the willingness to just give up. The book shares that open weakness of allowing pride to overshadow humility, greed to overtake responsibility, and faith that gives strength to accept one's errors. "circumstance does not dictate the results," unless you allow your weakness to control your destiny.

Valerius Flaccus Argonautica Book I

Author : A. J. Kleywegt
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This book is a philological and literary commentary on the first book of the "Argonautica," a Latin epic written by Valerius Flaccus in the first century A.D.

Epigram

Author : Niall Livingstone
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Provides an introduction as to what epigram means and why it matters. Short content excellent for undergraduates and researchers alike.

Noch einmal zu

Author : Annette Harder
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This volume contains the collected articles of the Groningen Professor of Ancient Greek, Stefan Radt, and a survey of his publications. These articles, which show great philological acumen, are of considerable importance for the study of ancient Greek.

Navy Life Reading and Writing for Success in the Navy

Author : United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel
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Good words ed by N Macleod

Author : Norman Macleod
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Esther

Author : Jennifer Westbrook Spivey
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A remnant of Jews living in a heathen country. A young orphan being raised by her God-fearing cousin. A self absorbed king in search of a new queen. a Jewish woman rising to the throne of Persia. A book of the Bible which makes no mention of the name of God ...

Leave It As It Is

Author : David Gessner
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Bestselling author David Gessner’s wilderness road trip inspired by America’s greatest conservationist, Theodore Roosevelt, is “a rallying cry in the age of climate change” (Robert Redford). “Leave it as it is,” Theodore Roosevelt announced while viewing the Grand Canyon for the first time. “The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it.” Roosevelt’s pronouncement signaled the beginning of an environmental fight that still wages today. To reconnect with the American wilderness and with the president who courageously protected it, acclaimed nature writer and New York Times bestselling author David Gessner embarks on a great American road trip guided by Roosevelt’s crusading environmental legacy. Gessner travels to the Dakota badlands where Roosevelt awakened as a naturalist; to Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon where Roosevelt escaped during the grind of his reelection tour; and finally, to Bears Ears, Utah, a monument proposed by Native Tribes that is currently embroiled in a national conservation fight. Along the way, Gessner questions and reimagines Roosevelt’s vision for today’s lands. “Insightful, observant, and wry,” (BookPage) Leave It As It Is offers an arresting history of Roosevelt’s pioneering conservationism, a powerful call to arms, and a profound meditation on our environmental future.