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The Dance of Words

Author: K.G. Bell
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This book of Epic poems gives meaning to every moment of our living as it uses language to meander through ideas and philosophies of peoples and cultures, effecting behaviors, visions and changes. The Dance of Words, written with fire, reminds its readers of a time when integrity, honor and love were in flower, and lost moments of mankinds existence come vividly alive, with dramatic accounts of modern life, history, myths and fantasy. The Poems emerge with power and passion showing the values that impact upon human development and forces us to look deeply into our humanity in order to embrace fully this Blast of Light called life.


The Dance of Life

Author: B. J. Funk
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Through the language of a father-daughter dance, Hunt seeks to help women understand their Heavenly Father's desire to dance with His daughters through the experiences of their lives. As He dances, He teaches and heals.


The Dance of the Intellect

Author: Marjorie Perloff
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Must poetic form be, as Yeats demanded, "full, sphere-like, single, " or can it accommodate the "impurities" Yeats and his Modernist generation found so problematic? Sixty years later, these are still open questions, questions to which Marjorie Perloff addresses herself in the essays collected here. The first group of essays deals with Pound's own poetics as that poetics related to two of his great contemporaries, Stevens and Joyce, as well as to the visual arts of his day. The second group deals with the more technical aspects of verse and prose. In the last four essays, Perloff takes up broader issues, including the current pessimism about the state of poetry, and the work of experimental poets and conceptual poets.


The Dance of the Muses

Author: A. P. David
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In this book David develops a revolutionary approach to Greek poetics, which takes seriously and concretely the role of dance. His conclusions, when applied to Homeric poetry, constitute a radically new theory about its origin and composition.


The Dance of iva

Author: Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy
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Essays examine the art, dance, music, philosophy, religion, and other aspects of the civilization of India


The Dance of the Rose and the Nightingale

Author: Nesta Ramazani
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This is an extraordinary autobiography of a young girl growing up in Iran. The daughter of an English Christian mother and an Iranian Zoroastrian father, Nesta Ramazani sketches her personal life story against the backdrop of a society marked by the fusion of Iranian, Islamic, and Western cultures, and by the efforts of an authoritarian state to force modernization on a traditional society. Within this multicultural tapestry of personal, cultural, and national life, the author portrays how she came to love Persian and Western music, poetry, and dance. But translating this love into practice seemed an insurmountable task until an American woman pioneered the establishment of the first indigenous Iranian ballet company. As a member of this troupe, the author violated convention, performing first in her native land and then traveling abroad to exhibit this beautiful synthesis of Persian/Western forms to foreign audiences. The significance of this work transcends an autobiography penned by an Iranian woman-still a taboo in traditional Iranian society-it is a unique microcosm of today's universal quest for a dialogue among civilizations. Ramazani's story will appeal not only to students of Iran, the Middle East, and women's studies, but also to general readers.


The Dance of Death

Author: Algernon Blackwood
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Algernon Blackwood, one of the greatest masters of weird fiction in literary history. There is an extraordinary unity in the work of this great author. All his books deal with the strange, supernatural, terror, macabre, other-worldly. This nice collection contains 20 of his short stories.


The Dance of Legislation

Author: Eric Redman
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The Dance of Legislation has long been considered a classic description of the legislative process. In it, Eric Redman draws on his two years as a member of Senator Warren Magnuson�s staff to trace the drafting and passing of a piece of legislation � S.4106, the National Health Service Bill � with all the maneuvers, plots, counterplots, frustrations, triumphs, and sheer work and dedication involved. He provides a vivid picture of the bureaucratic infighting, political prerogatives, and Congressional courtesies necessary to make something happen on Capitol Hill. In a Postscript to the 2000 edition, Redman reflects on how that process has, and has not, changed in the thirty years since the book was first published.


Stories From the Dance of Life Vol 1

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The Dances of the Blind

Author: Paul Grimes
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The Dances of the Blind is a look at a hard time three decades gone, or four.. The country was tense with a darkening war that few could understand. Some felt the ground of our nation would give, some that it ought to. This is the story of a group of young folks who for a time had no guidance but their own confusion, and it describes the gestures of this darkness. The pain is in the times. The peace is in the telling, so the author hopes, and hopes that he has brought the fitting word to the page. The word brought kindly down on the wilderness of deed-this, he hopes, will bring some rest to the all the workings of calamity.