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OR , A VIEW OF THE WORLD . No . 14 . ] SATURDAY , JANUARY 7 , 1836 . [
Price 1d A TALE OF VENICE . ( MIDNIGHT ASSASSINATION . ] All travellers
agree in describing proudest days , but a few miserable merVenice as one of the
A Collection of Short Stories Sean McBride. it was the normal course of life.
Petunia's first boyfriend used to come home from his construction job and slap
her if dinner wasn't on the table. He used to put tape on Mary's mouth if she cried.
Author: Sean McBride
We live in reality in the moments and interactions of the day-to-day. We have faith in reality, because without it, there is no meaning and no truth. What is reality, though? Is it defined by the senses taste, touch, smell, sight or is it a state of mind? Does it only exist within the human brain, and if so, can one person's reality be in direct opposition to that of another? A View of the Edge of the World is a collection of stories that escapes the realm of our known reality and delves into the extraordinary. An obese child struggles to find meaning with the help of a supernatural stranger. A disillusioned soldier on the verge of insanity wrestles against time to save his mind, while strangers trapped in an all-night diner fight to solve a murder and save their lives. Each story takes a trip to the edge of the world, whether that edge is physical, psychological, or spiritual. Each story questions the truth of our reality. From the depths of space to the horrors created by one man's imagination, ask yourself: do you have the strength to step to the edge and look over? Or will the view leave you questioning your own sense of reality and possibly your sanity?
Of the Second Epoch , from the Flood to the Call of Abraham , A . M . 2083 : of the
Dispersion of Mankind after the Flood : the Occasion of their Separation : of the
various Settlements established by Noah , his Sons , and their Posterity .
Release on 1826 | by W. R. GOODLUCK (the Younger.)
EGYPT , from its fertility , which afterwards procured it the title of “ the granary of
the world , ” was , upon the dispersion of mankind , first selected for the
establishment of a new empire . This country is six hundred and fifty - five miles in
With the Several Church-governments, from the Creation, to These Times : Also, a Discovery of All Known Heresies in All Ages and Places, and Choice
Observations and Reflections Throughout the Whole : to which are Annexed, the
Release on 1735 | by John Reynolds (of Pembroke College, Oxford.)
A Philosophical Sacred Poem ... With ... Notes, and Some Additional
Composures ... John Reynolds (of Pembroke College, Oxford.) Though at each
breaking up (like loofned Schools) Tempestuous tumult and commotion rules; C
4 Till without ...
Author: John Reynolds (of Pembroke College, Oxford.)
gions have made shift to imitate the Church in a great many things , and
especially by saying , like her , that it was God who founded them ; but this
assertion in their mouth is but an empty boast . For if God created mankind , if
creating them in ...
Release on 1683 | by Alexander ROSS (Master of Southampton Grammar School.)
Pythagoras , as Plutarch and Laertius teftifie , taught That the world was made by
God . Thades , Empedocles , Anaxagayas , and the other ancient Philosophers ,
ascribe a beginning to the world , fome from one element , some from another .
Author: Alexander ROSS (Master of Southampton Grammar School.)