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The Silent Princess

Author : T. A. Grey
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Genre : Fiction
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Hanna MacKellen has landed in a heap of trouble. No longer married to her adulterous mate, she has moved on with her life and is finally enjoying some excitement that she's missed out on for years. After a date with a lykaen prince goes fatally wrong, Hanna finds herself in the hands of French-Canadian enemies. Worse, she's gotten her crush Alex Thompson in the thick of it too.Alex is a man of danger and dark secrets. He keeps his emotions locked away, especially from Hanna, a woman he views as different from him. She's educated and sophisticated, and he has a criminal past and a deadbeat dad. Women like her simply did not mix with men like him. Together they wind up on the adventure of a lifetime. On top of it all, Hanna's heart is in jeopardy of falling in love with the wrong kind of man, and she doesn't know if she can stop it from happening, or if she even wants to. The MacKellen Alphas series are suspenseful erotic thrillers that will keep you reading late into the night. With rich environments and captivating characters, The Silent Princess will draw you in and never let you go. With nearly a million books downloaded, it's easy to see why T. A. Grey's romances are books to get lost in.

Lazy Jack And The Silent Princess

Author : Mitchell Motomora
ISBN : 0817235299
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In this retelling of an English folk tale for beginning readers, a foolish and lazy young man wins the hand of the silent princess by making her laugh.

Riddling Tales From Around The World

Author : Marjorie Dundas
ISBN : 1578063736
Genre : Social Science
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In almost every land riddling tales are a staple genre of folk storytellers. This collection selects representative tales from Afghanistan, Arabia, China, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Mongolia, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Turkestan, Turkey, the United States, Vietnam, and other locales. This is the only anthology of folk tales focused on the element of riddle, puzzle, or dilemma. With numerous examples that represent this fascinating form of folk literature Marjorie Dundas fits her selections into twelve categories of riddles and other enigmatic statements. A final section of "stories that break the mold a little" gives the reader a chance to check out all the categories and perhaps go beyond them. The book opens with "Clever Manka," a tale in which a social inferior outwits a supposed superior. In another type of story, a scholar debates in sign language to show his superiority to his colleagues, only to be bested by a passionate young peasant. In Hawaii, riddles take on an extra dimension as the king greedily makes young men bring him new riddles, only to defeat them and bring them to a horrible death when they cannot find the answer to his own insoluble riddle. In these tales occasionally a character seems able to answer any riddle and, in the process, makes his answer more clever than the riddle itself. From Africa and India come dilemma tales which, although riddle-like, have no specifically correct answers. Among the many riddling tales included are "The Cunning Gypsy," "The Devil and His Grandmother," "King John and the Abbot of Canterbury," and "Crocodile's Relatives." Marjorie Dundas is a retired teacher of English and an independent scholar whose work has been published in the English Journal. She lives in Vermont.

Indian K Vya Literature The Art Of Storytelling

Author : Anthony Kennedy Warder
ISBN : 8120806158
Genre : Literary Criticism
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It is multi-volume series work. The main pupose of this work is literary criticism, evaluating a great tradition of literature and to present comprehensive study of sanskrit literature. So far 6 volumes have been published. Each volume presents literature itself in successive periods of its development. Volume VI continues the exploration of Indian Literature (Kavya) into the eleventh century, from Padmagupta and Atula to Hilhana and Manovinoda. In the eleventh century besides what seems to be the culminating point of the storytelling tradition (Bhoja, Ksemendra, Somadeva, etc.), there are a number of surviving long novels, bu Soddhala, Jinesvara, Dhanesvara and Vardhamana. Even epics (e.g. Padmagupta`s) seem to be assimilated to fiction, and that even when extracted from Tradition (Laksmidhara). The Jaina narratives of jinas and the like, supposed to be historical, are likewise subject to the all-pervading influence of fiction (Bhavacandra, Gunapala).Beyond the scope of this influence, the rich imagination of the lyric poet Vallana composed verses in the best, and original, tradition of kavya. Among the rare dramas surviving from the eleventh century is Krsnamisra`s allegorical religious play personifying Vedic categories and the virtues, led by Discrimination, and vices, led by elusion.

The Olive Fairy Book

Author : Andrew Lang
ISBN : 9780486120140
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Eight Punjabi tales, five from Armenia, 16 others. An enchanting world of flying dragons, ogres, fairies, and princes transformed into white foxes. 50 illustrations.

The Poems Of Heine

Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : HARVARD:32044018756379
Genre : German poetry
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Drawing Room Dramas

Author : William Gorman Wills
ISBN : UOM:39015030852100
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The Poems Of Heine Complete Translated In The Original Metres

Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : BSB:BSB10110730
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Journal Of Folklore Research

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ISBN : UCSC:32106018785052
Genre : Folklore
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Lord Of The Silent Kingdom

Author : Glen Cook
ISBN : 9781429969895
Genre : Fiction
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It's cold. The wells of power are weakening and the forces of Night grow strong. The gods are real, and still have some power, mostly to do harm. The Instrumentalities of the Night are the worst of these. Piper Hecht, born Else Tage, survived a battle with the Instrumentalities. Now he's Captain-General of the armies fighting a crusade for Patriarch Sublime V. Intrigues swirl around the throne of the Grail Empire, as the imperial family's enemy Anne of Menand raises money to help the perpetually indebted Patriarch finance his crusades. To reduce his own vulnerability, sickly young Emperor Lothar assigns his two half-sisters—his immediate heirs—to their own realms. Now Piper Hecht learns that the legendary sorceror Cloven Februaren, referred to as the Ninth Unknown, is still alive, more than 100 years old, and on Piper's side. As the dynastic politics of the Empire become even more convoluted, it's clear that while the old gods may be fading, they're determined to do everything they can to bend the doings of men to their own advantage. Sieges, explosions, betrayals, Anti-Patriarchs, and suspicious deaths will ensue as the great chess game plays itself out, with Piper Hecht at the center of it all... At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

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