Tales of the Neighborhood: Jewish Narrative Dialogues in Late Antiquity. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003. ———. Web of Life: Folklore and Midrash in Rabbinic Literature. Trans.
Author: Dan Ben Amos
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society
Category: Literary Collections
Thanks to these generous donors for making the publication of the books in this series possible: Lloyd E. Cotsen; The Maurice Amado Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; and the National Foundation for Jewish Culture Tales from Arab Lands presents tales from North Africa, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq in the latest volume of the most important collection of Jewish folktales ever published. This is the third book in the multi-volume series in the tradition of Louis Ginzberg?s timeless classic, Legends of the Jews. The tales here and the others in this series have been selected from the Israel Folktale Archives (IFA), named in Honor of Dov Noy, at The University of Haifa, a treasure house of Jewish lore that has remained largely unavailable to the entire world until now. Since the creation of the State of Israel, the IFA has collected more than 20,000 tales from newly arrived immigrants, long-lost stories shared by their families from around the world. The tales come from the major ethno-linguistic communities of the Jewish world and are representative of a wide variety of subjects and motifs, especially rich in Jewish content and context. Each of the tales is accompanied by in-depth commentary that explains the tale's cultural, historical, and literary background and its similarity to other tales in the IFA collection, and extensive scholarly notes. There is also an introduction that describes the culture and its folk narrative tradition, a world map of the areas covered, illustrations, biographies of the collectors and narrators, tale type and motif indexes, a subject index, and a comprehensive bibliography. Until the establishment of the IFA, we had had only limited access to the wide range of Jewish folk narratives. Even in Israel, the gathering place of the most wide-ranging cross-section of world Jewry, these folktales have remained largely unknown. Many of the communities no longer exist as cohesive societies in their representative lands; the Holocaust, migration, and changes in living styles have made the continuation of these tales impossible. This series is a monument to a rich but vanishing oral tradition. This series is a monument to a rich but vanishing oral tradition.
Sir Gawain: Eleven Romances and Tales. Web. http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/text/hahn-sir-gawain-wed ding-of-sir-gawain-and-dame-ragnelle-introduction. Heiden, Bruce. Homer's Cosmic Fabrication: Choice and Design in the Iliad.
Author: Rachel S. McCoppin
Category: Social Science
This examination of the heroic journey in world mythology casts the protagonist as a personification of nature—a “botanical hero” one might say—who begins the quest in a metaphorical seed-like state, then sprouts into a period of verdant strength. But the hero must face a mythic underworld where he or she contends with mortality and sacrifice—embracing death as a part of life. For centuries, humans have sought superiority over nature, yet the botanical hero finds nothing is lost by recognizing that one is merely a part of nature. Instead, a cyclical promise of continuous life is realized, in which no element fully disappears, and the hero’s message is not to dwell on death.
... The Turn of the Screw, The Ghost Pirates, The Tell-Tale Heart, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, The Great God Pan. ... Then the spider returned and surrounded him with its web, and he floated gently, gently, to the back of the cavern.
Author: Théophile Gautier
Category: Family & Relationships
e-artnow presents you this meticulously edited horror collection carefully selected gothic classics, greatest supernatural mysteries, ghost stories and macabre tales: Introduction: Supernatural Horror in Literature by H. P. Lovecraft Edgar Allan Poe: The Tell-Tale Heart The Murders in the Rue Morgue… Bram Stoker: Dracula The Jewel of Seven Stars… Mary Shelley: Frankenstein The Mortal Immortal… Gaston Leroux: The Phantom of the Opera Washington Irving: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Rip Van Winkle… H. P. Lovecraft: The Call of Cthulhu The Dunwich Horror… Henry James: The Turn of the Screw… Arthur Conan Doyle: The Hound of the Baskervilles… Robert Louis Stevenson: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde… H. G. Wells: The Island of Doctor Moreau Matthew Gregory Lewis: The Monk Ann Radcliffe: The Mysteries of Udolpho Wilkie Collins: The Woman in White The Haunted Hotel The Dead Secret… Charles Dickens: The Mystery of Edwin Drood The Hanged Man's Bride The Haunted House… Oscar Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray… Richard Marsh: The Beetle Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: Carmilla Uncle Silas… Nikolai Gogol: Dead Souls… Rudyard Kipling: The Phantom Rickshaw… James Malcolm Rymer: Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street Robert E. Howard: Cthulhu Mythos The Weird Menace Stories… M. R. James: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary A Thin Ghost and Others John Meade Falkner: The Nebuly Coat The Lost Stradivarius Nathaniel Hawthorne: Rappaccini's Daughter The Birth Mark… Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Closed Door The Red Room… Edith Nesbit: The Ebony Frame From the Dead Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey Charlotte Brontë: Jane Eyre Emily Brontë: Wuthering Heights Mary Louisa Molesworth: The Shadow in the Moonlight… John Buchan: The Wind in the Portico Witch Wood Cleveland Moffett: The Mysterious Card Possessed George W. M. Reynolds: Wagner, the Wehr-Wolf Lafcadio Hearn: A Ghost… Jerome K. Jerome: Told After Supper Catherine Crowe: Ghosts and Family Legends H. H. Munro: The Wolves of Cernogratz John Kendrick Bangs: Ghosts That Have Haunted Me Francis Marion Crawford: The Dead Smile… Frederick Marryat: The Were-Wolf…
The story was soon in everybody's mouth , with abundant suspicions of as many persons as there were yards in the web of linen . “ The web belonged to a very important personage , no less than the howdie , or old village midwife ...
Author: George Douglas
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Social Science
Brownies, kelpies, mermen, trolls, and other supernatural creatures magically appear in a series of delightful tales to assist, annoy, and otherwise meddle in the lives of simple Scottish country folk.
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Author: Kathleen Antrim
When some of the top thriller writers in the world came together in Thriller: Stories to Keep You Up All Night, they became a part of one of the most successful short-story anthologies ever published. The highly anticipated Thriller 2: Stories You Just Can't Put Down is even bigger. From Jeffery Deaver's tale of international terrorism to Lisa Jackson's dysfunctional family in the California wine country to Ridley Pearson's horrifying serial killer, this collection has something for everyone. Twenty-three bestselling and hot new authors in the genre have submitted original stories to make up this unforgettable blockbuster.
Recovering from his stupor, he began to watch with curious eye a spider that was busily at work hanging its web from the antique cornice of the apartment, crossing and recrossing the artful system of interwoven lines — as vigorous and ...
Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne
This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Excerpts: "I am afraid this ghost story will bear a very faded aspect when transferred to paper. Whatever effect it had on you, or whatever charm it retains in your memory, is, perhaps, to be attributed to the favorable circumstances under which it was originally told.” (The Ghost of Doctor Harris) "The aspect of the venerable mansion has always affected me like a human countenance, bearing the traces not merely of outward storm and sunshine, but expressive also, of the long lapse of mortal life, and accompanying vicissitudes that have passed within.” (The House of the Seven Gables) American novelist and short story writer Nathaniel Hawthorne's (1804-1864) writing centers on New England, many works featuring moral allegories with a Puritan inspiration. His fiction works are considered to be part of the Romantic movement and, more specifically, Dark romanticism. His themes often centre on the inherent evil and sin of humanity, and his works often have moral messages and deep psychological complexity. Contents: Introduction: Biography of Nathaniel Hawthorne The House of the Seven Gables (A Novel) The Minister's Black Veil The Hollow of the Three Hills The White Old Maid Dr. Heidegger's Experiment The Birth-mark Young Goodman Brown Rappaccini's Daughter Roger Malvin's Burial The Artist of the Beautiful John Inglefield's Thanksgiving Wives of the Dead An Old Woman's Tale Antique Ring Graves and Goblins The Ghost of Doctor Harris Apparitions
Anyone can tell their story in their own way. People using computers and personal photographs make videos with a digital camera, edit them (or not), and upload the films onto the video-sharing site YouTube. Digital stories (short films) ...
Author: Ursyn, Anna
Publisher: IGI Global
Interfaces within computers, computing, and programming are consistently evolving and continue to be relevant to computer science as it progresses. Advancements in human-computer interactions, their aesthetic appeal, ease of use, and learnability are made possible due to the creation of user interfaces and result in further growth in science, aesthetics, and practical applications. Interface Support for Creativity, Productivity, and Expression in Computer Graphics is a collection of innovative research on usability, the apps humans use, and their sensory environment. While highlighting topics such as image datasets, augmented reality, and visual storytelling, this book is ideally designed for researchers, academicians, graphic designers, programmers, software developers, educators, multimedia specialists, and students seeking current research on uniting digital content with the physicality of the device through applications, thus addressing sensory perception.
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Vibrations danced along the web no matter how light I tried to make my touch. The strand parted. I sawed at the next and soon it too fell away. One after another, I cut the sticky strings. One more and I would have an opening large ...
Author: Kylie Quillinan
Publisher: Kylie Quillinan
A family secret. A fey curse. A jealous feud between brothers. When the seventh son of a seventh son is a bard, he can bring his words to life. Only nobody remembers how the magic works. This collection contains all three full-length Tales of Silver Downs books in one edition: Muse, Fey and Druid. Muse: A bard who doesn't believe in the power of his words accidently brings his imaginary muse to life. Now he has to deal with the consequences. Fey: A woman determined to save her husband from his bard brother's magic ventures into the fey realm. But the fey despise mortals and intend to stop her from reclaiming her husband. Druid: A brother and sister torn apart by the fey are unexpectedly reunited. They have the power to banish the fey forever, but can they put aside their differences long enough to do it? For readers who like their fantasy dark. This series has lush pre Roman Britain backdrops with a fairytale feeling, a fantasy quest and characters who fight their destiny. Keywords: pre roman Britain, Celts of Britain, fey curse, family curse, wise woman healer, tale telling bard, dark fantasy fairytale
... the web, restricts attention to a few phenomena, and typically ignores other theories.7 Given that, I would, like Ruth Finnegan (1998: 14–23), argue that urban theories can usefully be characterized as stories: they postulate some ...
Author: Louis Albrechts
In a clear and rewarding style, Albrechts and Mandelbaum consider the challenges that the new paradigm of the Network Society creates for Urban and Regional Planning. Chapters grouped into five themes discuss theoretical and practical perspectives on the contemporary organization of social, economic, cultural, political and physical spaces. These sections are: models of the Network Society the impact of physical networks such as transport challenges for Planners raised by society’s increased reliance on new technology an examination of local networks including community networks and the possibilities of setting up local networks for disaster recovery a comparison of spatial and policy networks and an exploration of the institutions involved. This book is essential reading for graduate level courses in urban studies, city and regional planning, and urban design. With its clear structure – unitary sections but a diversity of perspectives – the book can be used easily in courses such as Planning Theory, Urban Infrastructure and Public Policy.
I quote: “unfurl this imaginary terrain in your mind's eye” (xiii) and take notice not only of its most dazzling landmarks but of the web of story routes that spreads across “centers of talkative storytelling populations” (xiv), ...
Author: Mayako Murai
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
New approaches to decenter Eurocentric perspectives in fairy tales and lift up storytelling cultures across the globe.
“Toward a Theory of the World Wide Web Vernacular: The Case for Pet Cloning. ... “Electronic Hybridity: The Persistent Processes of the Vernacular Web. ... Grimm's Household Tales with the Author's Notes. 2 vols.
Author: Trevor J. Blank
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
Category: Social Science
Smart phones, tablets, Facebook, Twitter, and wireless Internet connections are the latest technologies to have become entrenched in our culture. Although traditionalists have argued that computer-mediated communication and cyberspace are incongruent with the study of folklore, Trevor J. Blank sees the digital world as fully capable of generating, transmitting, performing, and archiving vernacular culture. Folklore in the Digital Age documents the emergent cultural scenes and expressive folkloric communications made possible by digital “new media” technologies. New media is changing the ways in which people learn, share, participate, and engage with others as they adopt technologies to complement and supplement traditional means of vernacular expression. But behavioral and structural overlap in many folkloric forms exists between on- and offline, and emerging patterns in digital rhetoric mimic the dynamics of previously documented folkloric forms, invoking familiar social or behavior customs, linguistic inflections, and symbolic gestures. Folklore in the Digital Age provides insights and perspectives on the myriad ways in which folk culture manifests in the digital age and contributes to our greater understanding of vernacular expression in our ever-changing technological world.
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Lisey says that “he had referred to his job of writing stories as a kind of madness,”64 but the writing was one of the ... is the truth inside the lie”70 and that “the job of fiction is to find the truth inside the story's web of lies.
Author: Michele Brittany
Category: Literary Criticism
From shambling zombies to Gothic ghosts, horror has entertained thrill-seeking readers for centuries. A versatile literary genre, it offers commentary on societal issues, fresh insight into the everyday and moral tales disguised in haunting tropes and grotesque acts, with many stories worthy of critical appraisal. This collection of new essays takes in a range of topics, focusing on historic works such as Ann Radcliffe's Gaston de Blondeville (1826) and modern novels including Max Brooks' World War Z. Other contributions examine weird fiction, Stephen King, Richard Laymon, Indigenous Australian monster mythology and horror in picture books for young children.
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WEB. RESOURCES. FOR. WORSHIP. WITH. CHILDREN. This list is not intended to be exhaustive. ... Theory and pedagogy Bruno Bettelheim, The Uses of Enchantment: The meaning and importance of fairy tales (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1976; ...
Author: Margaret Pritchard Houston
Would you like to plan liturgical celebrations that are accessible to children while remaining true to the riches of the Anglican tradition? Then this book is for you. Drawing on her experience as a children's worker and primary school teacher, Margaret Pritchard Houston provides a whole year's worth of material to celebrate the church year with children.
James Machin See also: Frame Story; Radcliffe, Ann; Unreliable Narrator. Further Reading Calvino, Italo. 2001. Fantastic Tales. London: Penguin. Lachman, Gary. 2000. “The Mystical Count.” Fortean Times 140 (November). http://web ...
Author: Matt Cardin
Category: Literary Criticism
This two-volume set offers comprehensive coverage of horror literature that spans its deep history, dominant themes, significant works, and major authors, such as Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, and Anne Rice, as well as lesser-known horror writers. • Describes horror literature during different periods, thus helping readers understand the roots of modern horror literature, how works of horror have engaged social issues, and how horror has evolved over time • Connects horror literature to popular culture through sidebars on film adaptations, television shows, video games, and other nonliterary, popular culture topics • Includes excerpts from selected literary works that exemplify topics discussed in the entries that support English language arts standards by enabling students to read these excerpts critically in light of the entries • Prompts students to consider the nature of horror as a genre, the relationship of horror literature and social issues, and how horror literature intersects with mainstream supernatural concerns, such as religion
You'll have an interesting tale about a little girl who meets three bears in the woods! ... You will be asked to list several words that will be used in the story. ... You may want to complete two or more of these wacky web tales.
Author: Brenda Rollins
Publisher: Classroom Complete Press
Take the fear out of writing essays and empower your students by giving them the tools to comprehensively express their point of view. Our resource breaks down the writing process while exploring the four different kinds of essays. Start off by learning what is an essay before using graphic organizers to help during the prewriting process. Continue this understanding with drafting by completing an informal outline. Then, go into great detail when describing something with descriptive essays. Learn how to tell a story with narrative essays. Explain a difficult subject more easily with informative or expository essays. Find out how to change someone's mind with persuasive essays. Finish up the unit with revising, proofreading and editing practice. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, reproducible writing tasks, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.
Shepard, A. (2000) The Magic Brocade: A Tale of China. Union City, CA: EduStar Press. Southworth, J. (1989) The English Medieval Minstrel. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. Stallings, F. (1988) 'The web of silence: storytelling's power to ...
Author: Rob Parkinson
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Category: Performing Arts
This book reveals the true impact of stories on our lives and how stories can create feelings of hope, take away psychological distress and even stimulate the immune system. It contains over 90 short stories, and allows readers to understand the patterns storytellers use to captivate attention and how truths are often encapsulated in stories.
Tales From Arabian Nights The Clever Falcon. King Younan had a beautiful pet falcon. When he was lost in the forest, it was the falcon that rescued his life, in this story about love between man and a bird. The Appu Series consists of ...
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