The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads

Moreover , the results thus attained render any intelligible account of the development of Vedic religion impossible : the hymns to Dawn are certainly the most beautiful and least sacerdotal of all those of the Rigveda , and , for this ...

The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads


The Official History of the Russo Japanese War

a ( 3 ) The artillery corps * will take up a position on the high ground north of Ssu - fang - tai , and will open fire at dawn . ( 4 ) The divisional reserve , 1st Battalion of the 29th Kobi Regiment and two sections of cavalry ...

The Official History of the Russo Japanese War


Myths And Legends Of The Pacific Northwest

When one went into the tepee, another came out and sat by the fire. Only when the dawn wind arose was there a chance to steal fire. Then Skookum, shivering, hurried into the tepee. She called: "Sister, sister, get up and watch the fire.

Myths And Legends Of The Pacific Northwest

Miss Judson has collected these myths and legends from many printed sources. She disclaims originality, but she has rendered a service that will be appreciated by the many who have sought in vain for legends of the Indians. There is an agreeable surprise in store for any lover of folk-lore who will read this book.

The Swan Bonnet

They usually sat like that, Petra and Young Fen at the fire and Dawn at the table where she had the Bible open. Usually Dawn studied the pictures in it and then she compared them with her schoolbooks. Sometimes she read aloud a story ...

The Swan Bonnet

Unbeknown to Dawn, her grandfather has shot an old swan out of mercy. In their coastal Alaskan town, her father buys the swan pelt, preventing her Uncle Alex, a fur trader, from selling it for export. Dawn’s father surprises her part-Aleut mother with a hat she helped to make and also with an idea to catch poachers. Shooting swans has become illegal but Alaska is a territory and Prohibition occupies the Sheriff. Dawn and her mother become involved with suspicious inquiries about the swan bonnet besides its haunting effect. Because Dawn’s grandparents see the swans first, Dawn agrees to secretly watch the migration with the deputy sheriff’s son. But after she and her mother encounter women from a ship and find out about a hunting party, they ride to the inlet. There are townspeople roving the shore too but who is the vigilante and who is the poacher? "What a relaxing, classic, and vibrant story" - HarperCollins review at Authonomy.com

The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal

1 , the Storm ; 2 , the Sun ; 3 , the Fire . With the Storm come the Darkness , the Thunder and the Clouds ; with the Sun , the Moon , the Stars and the Light ; with the heavenly or sacrificial Fire , the Twilight , the Dawn and the ...

The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal


The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal

I , the Storm ; 2 , the Sun ; 3 , the Fire . With the Storm come the Darkness , the Thunder and the Clouds ; with the Sun , the Moon , the Stars and the Light ; with the heavenly or sacrificial Fire , the Twilight , the Dawn and the ...

The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal


The Hymns of the Rigveda

Dawn . THE Dawn refulgent when the fire is kindled , and the sun rising , far diffuse their brightness . Savitar , god , hath sent us forth to labour , each quadruped , each biped to be active . 2 Not interrupting heavenly ordinances ...

The Hymns of the Rigveda


Where Creatures Hide

So, eat, rest, laugh, and enjoy what you have now, maybe come to the fire one night. I think you'll love Aziel's stories.” She was sure she would. “Thank you, Xavier.” Dawn smiled, and meant it. They spent the afternoon talking about ...

Where Creatures Hide

When Dawn awakens from her icy slumber, she can't recall who she is or how she became a prisoner of Eden Laboratories. But her uncontrollable power and the hope of belonging to a family compel her to act. Fast. But there is something dark that lingers beneath her skin and it will do whatever it takes to ensure Dawn never reaches her goal. Dawn must overcome her demons before they overcome her and she loses sight of the world around her.

Daughters of Justice Darkness of Dawn

This portal was yellow and orange like fire. Dawn jumped into it and landed in the exact location she wanted to be in. Sacramento, California. She walked down the street to see a big blue house with a long driveway.

Daughters of Justice  Darkness of Dawn


Fathomless Riches

... but these little white and yellow pills could dispel troubles like dawn dispels the night. ... or once to a clearing in the New Forest where we built a fire in dawn's early light and were then shooed away by forest rangers who every ...

Fathomless Riches

The memoir of popular BBC Radio 4 SATURDAY LIVE presenter and former member of the Communards, the Reverend Richard Coles. 'I love @RevRichardColes SO MUCH' Caitlin Moran FATHOMLESS RICHES is the Reverend Richard Coles's warm, witty and wise memoir in which he divulges with searing honesty and intimacy his pilgrimage from a rock-and-roll life of sex and drugs in the Communards to one devoted to God and Christianity. The result is one of the most unusual and readable life stories of recent times, and has the power to shock as well as to console.

Blaze Star Crossed

The bonfire had groaned to life, abominably, and in it Arnie had thought he'd encountered the Fire Man. He had — only The Fire Man was not, of course, the fictional Mr. Saunders. The Fire Man was Blaze. At last he returned Dawn's ...

Blaze  Star Crossed

When aliens-obsessed sixteen-year-old Blaise Davis is abducted by his birth family, he learns that he is not a twin but a triplet, that his adoption was not interstate but interstellar, and that his birth father may or may not be the greatest villain in the universe. After severely injuring his twin brother Wimpy in a fit of rage four years ago, Blaise is the "normal" one nobody notices, the one who can't stop the neighbor bully or get the girl. But destiny awaits. Blaise and Wimpy were born in a distant galaxy. Their enigmatic birth father, Goby, has big plans. When they are snatched from Earth and then lost in space, Blaise's anger becomes a superpower and Blaise becomes BLAZE - and must find out who he really is, follow his heart and control his rage before Goby can control his mind... and the fate of the universe.

The Montrell Tapes

But Dawn was only making fun of him! "Jim, please. I don't want to listen any more. I told you how uncomfortable I am, having them around, whether they're real or fake. You're playing with fire." "Dawn, you read the papers.

The Montrell Tapes

Shocking revelations in secret tapes about plans that might create a neo-fascist America.... a mysterious assassination of a high government official by a hit man who is himself then killed... and then terrorists and police alike searching for the missing tapes as a high-level conspiracy unfurls in a political thriller with frightening implications. Jim Palent is just an ordinary criminal uninterested in politics, but his viewpoint changes dramatically when he unexpectedly comes into possession of tapes to be used in an expose ́ book. His illusions are shattered, and then he and his girlfriend, Dawn, are thrust into great danger.

Beyond the Living Dead

But as the scientist notes, the zombies in Dawn do not create tools; they only use them. ... As Rousseau explains, some species of monkeys will gather around a fire built by humans and push kindling into it. [But] I neglected to examine ...

Beyond the Living Dead

In 1968, George Romero's film Night of the Living Dead premiered, launching a growing preoccupation with zombies within mass and literary fiction, film, television, and video games. Romero's creativity and enduring influence make him a worthy object of inquiry in his own right, and his long career helps us take stock of the shifting interest in zombies since the 1960s. Examining his work promotes a better understanding of the current state of the zombie and where it is going amidst the political and social turmoil of the twenty-first century. These new essays document, interpret, and explain the meaning of the still-budding Romero legacy, drawing cross-disciplinary perspectives from such fields as literature, political science, philosophy, and comparative film studies. Essays consider some of the sources of Romero's inspiration (including comics, science fiction, and Westerns), chart his influence as a storyteller and a social critic, and consider the legacy he leaves for viewers, artists, and those studying the living dead.

Perspectives on Sri Aurobindo s Poetry Plays and Criticism

Symbolic images The night , the dawn , the sun and the fire are the recurrent symbolic images in Savitri . They have a direct affinity with the Vedas . The night is portrayed as a goddess . But she stands for the primordial inconscience ...

Perspectives on Sri Aurobindo s Poetry  Plays  and Criticism

This Book, It Is Hoped, Will Create In The Readers Not Only An Interest In Sri Aurobindo`S Literary Work, But Also An Awareness About His Message Of Integralism And Its Continued Relevance For All Times.

Seasons of the Blue Pearl

No one sleeps well, but none more fitfully than Mia, whose dreams are overrun with demon eyes glowing as red as the coals of the fire. In the chill before dawn, when the fire has burned to a pile of ash- covered embers, Tumas rouses the ...

Seasons of the Blue Pearl

Mia lives an idyllic life in a tiny hut in the desert beneath a range of jagged peaks. Mia’s mother is a healer. Her father is a potter who can work magic into the clay. But Mia does not believe in magic or the stories told by the elders. While on a run in the desert, she is attacked by demons who have risen from their tunnels beneath the arroyos. After a narrow escape with the help of her dog, Mia, her parents, and her three mysterious uncles set off on a journey to a legendary land where they hope to find the secret to defeating the demons. On the journey, Mia discovers the magic hidden in the world around her and the magic deep within herself. Her special magic could be the key to her people’s survival, but the only way to find out is to tread a perilous path into a dark and dangerous world from which no one has ever returned.

Medea The Wrath of Mother Earth

Golden Dawn went to reply, but her voice was lost in dryness, she swallowed hard. “Why, why did they call you that?” Keri snorted. ... Golden Dawn finally turned around, her face shadowed in the dim red light of the embers of the fire.

Medea  The Wrath of Mother Earth

Che-Avana is gone, lost long to the Immortals who desperately seek him. Time sleets by, ever strengthening the hand of the Void, bringing ever closer the moment when the Song is broken forever. Far distant from the world that Che-Avana knew as home, Medea, Mother Earth, rages. Every bite of flame and pick axe is a torture to her, every man and woman who walks upon her is an abomination. She wreaks her hatred on those who struggle to survive, unwittingly condemning them to the hardest of lives. Amongst the turmoil two lives entwine unwillingly together, at first driven by the need to survive, but eventually with the understanding that they hold the key to unlocking the greatest secret in the world. And of Che-Avana? He has his own battles to fight against an evil that stalks him through the Everdark.

The Gate of Bones

Book 2 in the Warhammer 40,000 Mega-series, "Dawn of Fire".

The Gate of Bones

Book 2 in the Warhammer 40,000 Mega-series, "Dawn of Fire". As the Indomitus Crusade begins, great fleets warships leave Terra on a desperate mission to stabilise Imperium Sanctus in the wake of the Great Rift. The returned primarch, Roboute Guilliman, leads a huge force towards the shrine world of Gathalamor, whose stable warp routes will allow the flotilla to spread across the beleaguered southern half of the Imperium. But grave tidings reach the Imperial Regent’s ears. Warnings from an ancient race and eerie silence from the army tasked with holding the crucial world until his arrival, lead Guilliman to send a vital mission to Gathalamor; at its head, Shield-Captain Achallor of the Adeptus Custodes. Achallor discovers a world on the brink, a beaten Imperial force and sinister agents of Abaddon the Despoiler who have unearthed an ancient evil, a weapon that when harnessed not only threatens the primarch, but perhaps the holy Throne of Terra itself…

By the Silver Wind

Recalling the stores of wood the gryfons of the Dawn Spire had once collected for their nightly fires, Shard wasn't surprised he was able to create such a blaze. Other gryfons worked with him—Shard made out Nilsine, the exile Rok, ...

By the Silver Wind

Shard is a gryfon with a great destiny, and desperate to stop a war. He is hampered on his path to peace by would-be allies, old enmities and grudges between clans of creatures, and the ever-looming threat of the fear mongering wyrms. Everyone believes that Shard is the legendary Summer King, that he alone can make the wyrms see reason and stop their violent marauding before more lives are sacrificed. But when he uses newfound powers to try communicating with their leader, he only ends up making things worse. When the wyrms make a surprising move by attacking where Shard least expects it, he knows he must be willing to sacrifice anything—and everything—to stop them once and for all.

Sibaji Bandyopadhyay Reader

He established the English journal The Dawn in March 1897; inaugurated the 'Dawn Society' in July 1902; as part of its Programme of Indian youths' 'character-building', the 'Dawn Society' for five years held two Weekly classes on ...

Sibaji Bandyopadhyay Reader


Delphi Complete Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson Illustrated

And we came to the Bounteous Isle, where the heavens lean low on the land, And ever at dawn from the cloud glitter'd o'er us ... O come, come' in the stormy red of a sky Dashing the fires and the shadows of dawn on the beautiful shapes, ...

Delphi Complete Works of Alfred  Lord Tennyson  Illustrated

The greatest poet of the Victorian era deserves a place in the digital library of all lovers of poetry. The Delphi Poets Series offers the works of literature's finest poets, with superior formatting. This volume presents the complete works of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, with beautiful illustrations and the usual Delphi bonus material. (5MB Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Tennyson's life and works * Concise introductions to the poetry and other works * Images of how the poetry books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Features Tennyson's first poetry collection, which he wrote with his brother, appearing here for the first time in digital print * Includes other rare collections often missed out of editions * Excellent formatting of the poems * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry * Also includes the complete poetic dramas * Easily locate the poems you want to read * Includes the collection of memoirs edited by Tennyson's son - spend hours exploring the poet's letters and anecdotes written by close friends and literary figures * Features two bonus biographies - discover Tennyson's literary life * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Poetry Collections POEMS, BY TWO BROTHERS TIMBUCTOO : A POEM POEMS, CHIEFLY LYRICAL POEMS, 1832 THE LOVERíS TALE. A FRAGMENT. POEMS, 1842 MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERIODICALS, 1831-1868 THE PRINCESS: A MEDLEY IN MEMORIAM A. H. H. MAUD, AND OTHER POEMS IDYLLS OF THE KING ENOCH ARDEN AND OTHER POEMS BALLADS AND OTHER POEMS TIRESIAS AND OTHER POEMS LOCKSLEY HALL SIXTY YEARS AFTER, ETC. DEMETER AND OTHER POEMS THE DEATH OF åNONE, AND OTHER POEMS The Poems LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Plays QUEEN MARY: A DRAMA HAROLD: A DRAMA BECKET THE CUP: A TRAGEDY THE FALCON THE PROMISE OF MAY THE FORESTERS: ROBIN HOOD AND MAID MARIAN The Biographies TENNYSON AND HIS FRIENDS by Hallam, Lord Tennyson ALFRED TENNYSON by Andrew Lang TENNYSON'S LIFE AND POETRY by Eugene Parsons Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles