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Song Of The West

Autor: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101599782
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts proves that you can’t resist the forces of nature in this heartwarming tale. When her pregnant sister is restricted to bed rest, Samantha Evans leaves the traffic-choked streets of Philadelphia for the majestic mountains and wide-open plains of Wyoming to help her. And while Samantha can appreciate the natural beauty of the land, she has no plans to stay—even if she’s intrigued by Jake Tanner, a wealthy rancher who’s left a trail of broken hearts in his wake. But when a blizzard strands them together, Samantha begins to understand how powerful the pull of the West—and Jake—can be… A NORA ROBERTS CLASSIC AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME

A Cycle Of The West

Autor: John G. Neihardt
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 149620736X
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A Cycle of the West rewards its readers with a sweeping saga of the American West and John G. Neihardt's exhilarating vision of frontier history. It is infused with wonder, nostalgia, and a keen appreciation of epic history. Unquestionably the masterpiece of the poet who has been called the "American Homer," A Cycle of the West celebrates the land and legends of the Old West in five narrative poems: The Song of Three Friends (1919), The Song of Hugh Glass (1915), The Song of Jed Smith (1941), The Song of the Indian Wars (1925), and The Song of the Messiah (1935). This unforgettable epic of discovery, conquest, courage, and tragedy speaks movingly and resoundingly of a unique American experience. The new introduction by former Texas poet laureate Alan Birkelbach and annotations by Joe Green present fresh views of Neihardt's iconic work.

A Cycle Of The West

Autor: John G. Neihardt
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803283787
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A Cycle of the West rewards its readers with a sweeping saga of the American West and John G. Neihardt's exhilarating vision of frontier history. It is infused with wonder, nostalgia, and a keen appreciation of epic history. Unquestionably the masterpiece of the poet who has been called the "American Homer," A Cycle of the West celebrates the land and legends of the Old West in five narrative poems: The Song of Three Friends (1919), The Song of Hugh Glass (1915), The Song of Jed Smith (1941), The Song of the Indian Wars (1925), and The Song of the Messiah (1935). This unforgettable epic of discovery, conquest, courage, and tragedy speaks movingly and resoundingly of a unique American experience.

Entanglements

Autor: Nora Roberts
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781250183361
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Together for the first time in trade paperback, Entanglements features two beloved Nora Roberts novels in a beautiful new package. Blithe Images Offered a modeling contract for one of New York City's most prestigious fashion magazines, Hilary Baxter leaves her small-town life behind in Kansas. What she didn't expect was to fall for the handsome and charming publisher of Mode Magazine, Bret Bardoff. As they spend more time together, will Bret see past her beauty and pursue something more? Song of the West Succumbing to her twin sister's pleas for help during her pregnancy, Samantha Evans leaves city life behind for the idyllic scenery of the Wyoming plains. Sam doesn't intend to stay long, but it seems Mother Nature has other plans when she finds herself stranded during a blizzard with the gorgeous but infuriating ranch owner Jake Tanner.

Western Skies

Autor: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Mills & Boon
ISBN: 9781743693186
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Song of the West Family obligations had led Samantha Evans to the land of windswept plains and towering mountains. But she had every intention of returning to the East after her sister's baby was safely born. Unexpectedly, she felt like changing her mind. She found that she didn't want to say good-bye after all, even though she knew that her sister no longer needed her. Was it because she had fallen in love with the beautiful country, or should she admit to herself that a tall, commanding rancher had corralled her heart forever? Boundary Lines The feud between the Barons and the Murdocks spanned generations, but Jill Baron was determined to make the Utopia ranch work -- for herself and to justify her grandfather's trust in her. Her heritage was important, and if making the ranch a success meant working twice as hard, then she'd triple her efforts. Aaron Murdock wasn't a man who asked - what he wanted he took. Jillian Baron was someone he wanted...very much. And he didn't like wanting anyone quite that badly. What he liked even less was that he might not succeed in getting her. It was no longer a matter of taking and taming, but of wooing and winning.

Home At Last

Autor: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Silhouette
ISBN: 9780373281855
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Works originally published separately: New York: Silhouette Books, 1982-1992.

Protest Song In East And West Germany Since The 1960s

Autor: David Robb
Publisher: Camden House
ISBN: 9781571132819
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The modern German political song is a hybrid of high and low culture. With its roots in the birth of mass culture in the 1920s, it employs communicative strategies of popular song. Yet its tendencies toward philosophical, poetic, and musical sophistication belie intellectual aspirations. This volume looks at the influence of revolutionary artistic traditions in the lyrics and music of the Liedermacher of east and west Germany: the rediscovery of the revolutionary songs of 1848 by the 1960s West German folk revival, the use of the profane "carnivalesque" street-ballad tradition by Wolf Biermann and the GDR duo Wenzel & Mensching, the influence of 1920s artistic experimentation on Liedermacher such as Konstantin Wecker, and the legacy of Hanns Eisler's revolutionary song theory. The book also provides an insider perspective on the countercultural scenes of the two Germanys, examining the conditions in which political songs were written and performed. In view of the decline of the political song form since the fall of communism, the book ends with a look at German avant-garde techno's attempt to create a music that challenges conventional cultural perceptions and attitudes. CONTRIBUTORS: DAVID ROBB, ECKARD HOLLER, ANNETTE BLöHDORN, PETER THOMPSON David Robb is Senior Lecturer in German Studies at the Queen's University of Belfast.

A Cycle Of The West

Autor: John Gneisenau Neihardt
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781496207371
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A Cycle of the West rewards its readers with a sweeping saga of the American West and John G. Neihardt's exhilarating vision of frontier history

Song Of The West

Autor: Georg Trakl
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780865473539
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The influential German poet presents forty-seven poems characterized by an intensely personal point of view and a deeply psychological nature and presented in both English and German

With Open Arms

Autor: Nora Roberts
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ISBN: 9780733580758
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Three stories in one volume. In Song of the West, the towering mountains and windswept plains call to Samantha Evans. But she never intended to stay forever -- until Jake Tanner stirred her emotions like a summer tornado and made it impossible for her to leave. But no man was going to seduce Samantha to give up her dreams. Even a cocky cowboy who made her blood go hot.. In Her Mother's Keeper, Gwen Lacrosse had left town a starry-eyed innocent headed for the big city. Now Gwen returns home a savvy, sophisticated woman. But her mother's maddening new boarder entices her as no one had before. Luke Powers was reputed to be an expert in both words and women -- and soon he was turning Gwen's cool reason into something else entirely. In The Last Honest Woman, when journalist Dylan Crosby starts digging up the past for the book he's writing about Abigail O'Hurley Rockwell's infamous late husband, Abigail is determined that she will do everything possible to keep the family's secrets under lock and key.

A Song For You

Autor: Kathy West
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456817922
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Find out the truth about the sad demise of a popular mid-60s New York area garage-band once called "the greatest group on the east-coast". Learn how the ripe dreams of a coveted band died with its gifted guitarist leaving behind in L. A. an entangled web of intimate relationships among later legends. This story is told by eyes inside a circle of conflicted young singer-songwriters and musicians revealing what came before the fame of prominent music industry icons in the early 70’s. Journey back through the formative years of closeness, then despair and disconnection for the guitarist’s long-time girlfriend. It’s a heartwarming story of a first-love sadly lost to tragedy. Many look back on their years and wonder... what if? * * * Everyone remembers their first love... the one they always really wanted to have share in their dreams and plans for the life they hoped to lead and who they would become as they actualized their ambitions. The tragic 1969 death of the uniquely talented lead guitarist of the popular group The Myddle Class as a young co-ed remains a curiosity of a huge fan following of the band. This girlfriend knows first hand how and why it happened... and she is sharing.