Where Have You Gone Without Me

This gripping new novel takes place in the heart of NYC and involves the theft of a holy statue, a journalist's pursuit of the mystery behind its disappearance and, in conjunction with this pursuit, a resurfacing of an old love affair.

Where Have You Gone Without Me

This gripping new novel takes place in the heart of NYC and involves the theft of a holy statue, a journalist's pursuit of the mystery behind its disappearance and, in conjunction with this pursuit, a resurfacing of an old love affair. Fun, suspenseful, and consummately written, Where Have You Gone Without Me is a the perfect page-turner for thriller lovers.

The Penitentes of New Mexico

Again, Mary speaks directly to her son in stanzas 7 to 9, saying, "I am so lonely, now that you have been taken from me. Where have you gone without me? Oh, Son of my soul, sweetness of my life, where have you gone? I am left without ...

The Penitentes of New Mexico

This study by an author with intergenerational ties to the Penitentes--the deeply religious group called Hermanos de la Luz (Brothers of the Light)--ties the santero folk art of New Mexico, the Penitente Brotherhood, and the Penitente religious hymns together. (Christian)

Combat Death in Contemporary American Culture

rejection of the label “hero” that he feels he does not deserve. ... on the juke box and makes Hayes break down.13 The song is about romantic love and loss and longing, with the lyrics “Where are you, where have you gone without me?

Combat Death in Contemporary American Culture

Combat Death in Contemporary American Culture: Popular Cultural Conceptions of War since World War II explores how war has been portrayed in the United States since World War II, with a particular focus on an emotionally charged but rarely scrutinized topic: combat death. Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet argues that most stories about war use three main building blocks: melodrama, adventure, and horror. Monnet examines how melodrama and adventure have helped make war seem acceptable to the American public by portraying combat death as a meaningful sacrifice and by making military killing look necessary and often even pleasurable. Horror no longer serves its traditional purpose of making the bloody realities of war repulsive, but has instead been repurposed in recent years to intensify the positivity of melodrama and adventure. Thus this book offers a fascinating diagnosis of how war stories perform ideological and emotional work and why they have such a powerful grip on the American imagination.

Many Years Many Tears

YOU? “Would you like to go for a walk?” Dr. Kris asked. “Walk?” he questioned. Walking was a physical drama that he had not thought out. Tony felt he had no control over his ... Where have you gone without me? Chapter 10 WHAT IF?

Many Years  Many Tears

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Lost Wings

I wondered how many more I would have to go through before I reached the ending! As I was leaving Delhi, my heart seemed to get heavier by the minute. I wondered what Mumbai was going ... Where have you gone without me? Where have you ...

Lost Wings

When Aisha’s son, Muhammad, decides to move to Dubai to pursue his dreams, she has nothing left in Saudi Arabia, hence makes the choice to move with him so that they can continue to live together as a family. But a business trip to India, which should have seen him being away from home for ten days, suddenly turns into an additional two weeks, with no communication from her beloved son and no clue as to his whereabouts. Then, after two weeks, a letter from her son arrives for Aisha. The news isn’t good, but a follow-up letter, weeks later, reveals another side to the story. Now, Aisha is set to undertake a journey that she had never expected to make, to a land that was as strange as any she encountered, to find a person she had never met. But the promised reward at the end is a touch that is worth the journey and will go some way to healing the broken heart of a loving mother.

Literary Vision

I heard myself wailing : ' Hai Pitaji ! Where have you gone without me ? You did not even give me the chance to be with you when the end came ! ' Ashram inmates gathered round to condole with me and Jiwan Ram let me cry to my heart's ...

Literary Vision


Little Celeste

'Why have you gone without me? Why d'you always have to be on Scott's stupid side? He's mean to me, Mum. You don't even know. He pretends to be nice, but he wishes I wasn't even born. He ... he ... he ... ' I slammed down the phone.

Little Celeste

A heart-warming tale about magic, responsibility, mothers and daughters Eleven-year-old Shelley only leaves her bedroom for two minutes, but when she gets back, there's a real, true-life, lavender-eyed baby on her bed. It's far too noisy, smelly and heavy to be a ghost baby - so whose is it? It can't be her mum's - Shelley would have noticed - but it's not like she's around for Shelley to ask, anyway. She's too busy trying to get her horrible ex-boyfriend Scott ('the Toadstool') back, who Shelley definitely does NOT like as much as her mum does. But someone's got to look after the baby, and give her a name. 'Celeste' sounds good (in fact, it sounds kind of magical) and so Shelley and little Celeste embark on some rather messy adventures, gain some new friends and realise that maybe some wishes can come true after all...

Crime Culture

In one key scene, having been given an injection by Doctor Boyd, Francie hallucinates that he has woken up to find Joe by the lake, as Frank Sinatra sings 'Where are you? ... Where have you gone without me? I thought you cared about me ...

Crime Culture

By broadening the focus beyond classic English detective fiction, the American 'hard-boiled' crime novel and the gangster movie, Crime Culture breathes new life into staple themes of crime fiction and cinema. Leading international scholars from the fields of literary and cultural studies analyze a range of literature and film, from neglected examples of film noir and 'true crime', crime fiction by female African American writers, to reality TV, recent films such as Elephant, Collateral and The Departed, and contemporary fiction by J. G. Ballard, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Margaret Atwood. They offer groundbreaking interpretations of new elements such as the mythology of the hitman, technology and the image, and the cultural impact of 'senseless' murders and reveal why crime is a powerful way of making sense of the broader concerns shaping modern culture and society.

Indian Writing in English

I heard myself wailing : ' Hai Pitaji ! Where have you gone without me ? You did not even give me the chance to be with you when the end came ! Ashram inmates gathered round to condole with me and Jiwan Ram let me cry to my heart's ...

Indian Writing in English

Indian English Writing Is A Vast Arena Today. With New Trends Emerging, New Talents Making Their Mark, New Creative And Critical Branches Sprouting In Various Directions, As Well As With The Thematic Varieties, Technical Experiments, And Linguistic Innovations, It Is Now God S Plenty. The Extraordinary Richness And Variety Of Indian Writing Today, Indeed, Pose A Challenging Task For Any Critic Or Anthologist In The Area, Since It Has Become Next To Impossible To Give Any Comprehensive View Or Idea Of This Fast-Growing Literature In Its Totality Within The Compass Of A Single Volume.Still It Remains The Critic S Responsibility As Well As Pleasure To Find The New Authors And Texts Side By Side With The Older And Already Canonized Ones. As Robert Kroetsch, The Canadian Author, Says, We Want The Critic To Find Us Out Our Indian Authors Today Also Should Legitimately Expect The Perceptive-Responsive Critic To Find Them Out. It Is Especially Needed In The Present Case Since The Indian Writers In English Are Still Engaged In The Process Of Writing From Outside The Mainstream, And, Therefore, Are In Serious Need Of The Right Critical Attention And Understanding.It Is Precisely This Situation That Has Been Kept In View In Compiling The Present Anthology Of A Bunch Of Critical Essays On A Cross-Section Of Indian Fiction, Poetry And Drama In English. Quite A Number Of The Texts Discussed In This Volume Have Been Written In Recent Years, Whereas A Few Earlier Texts M.R. Anand S, For Example Have Also Been Included In Order To Help The Reader To View The Spectrum In A Total Perspective. The Critical Range Of This Volume Includes Mulk Raj Anand, Khushwant Singh, Ruth Jhabvala, Anita Desai, Manju Kapur, Amitav Ghosh In Fiction, A.K. Ramanujan, Nissim Ezekiel, Kamala Das In Poetry, Girish Karnad S Tuglaq And Hayavadana In Drama.The Articles Included In The Present Volume Will Allow Us A Glimpse Into Some Of The Representative Authors, Texts, And Trends.Students, Teachers, Scholars, As Well As The Common Reader Will Find The Book Useful And Interesting.

GARLAND OF WORDS

Who will feed me lovingly when I sleep in a fit of anger? I search for you in the stars ... Where have you gone, mom, without me? ... I am so lost without you on this planet, Happiness seems to be an illusion every moment. Without you ...

GARLAND OF WORDS

' Garland of words ' is a collection of poems all about small hopes on love. Not trying to dissect romance, we’re all naturally driven to let madness prevail when it comes to that. But when it seems to do more harm than good, then it’s best to be reminded that perhaps there’s an imbalance at the core of it all. We energetically feed what we love, and anything loved more than ourselves, overpowers us. This of course in no way implies that we should withhold our love for others as if it were in finite supply, but that we should never leave ourselves empty handed. Because that places within us expectations from the one we love to fill our void. And that’s a burden too heavy for anyone to bear for another.

The Epistles of Ovid Translated Into English Prose as Near the Original as the Different Idioms of the Latin and English Languages Will Allow With the Latin Text and Critical Historical Geographical and Classical Notes Etc

as did also her sister and Twin - Brothers . Leda called on the Heavenly Powers and her own Jove . I myself with Treffes torn , which even yet are not long , complain'd in a mournful Voice : Alas , Mother , are you gone without me ...

The Epistles of Ovid Translated Into English Prose  as Near the Original as the Different Idioms of the Latin and English Languages Will Allow  With the Latin Text     and Critical  Historical  Geographical  and Classical Notes  Etc


A New Translation of Ovid s Epistles Into English Prose with the Latin Text and Order of Construction and Critical Historical Geographical Notes in English

as did also hier Sister and Twin - Brothers . Leda called on the Heavenly Powers and her own Jove . I myself with Tresses torn , which even yet are not long , complain'd in a mournful Voice : Alas , Mother , are you gone without me ...

A New Translation of Ovid s Epistles Into English Prose    with the Latin Text and Order of Construction    and Critical  Historical  Geographical Notes  in English


A New Translation of Ovid s Epistles Into English Prose

as did also her Sister and Twin - Brothers . Leda called on the Heavenly Powers and her own Jove . I myself with Treffes torn , which even yet are not long , complain'd in a mournful Voice : Alas , Mother , are you gone without me ...

A New Translation of Ovid s Epistles Into English Prose


The Epistles of Ovid tr into Engl prose with the Lat text and notes

3 as did also her Sister and Twin - Brothers . Leda called on the Heavenly Powers and her own Jove . I myself with Tresses torn , which even yet are not long , complain'd in a mournful Voice : Alas , Mother , are you gone without me ...

The Epistles of Ovid  tr  into Engl  prose  with the Lat  text  and notes


As The Wayward Wind Blows

lock me away in my little room where i will be alone alone i'm always alone even when sur rounded by people every where ... past may have been the future can not be it is only now and that is gone without you gone without me leaving me ...

As The Wayward Wind Blows

This book marks the first time that the poetry of Curtis Wayne Parris appears in print. The poems were selected to showcase Parris’ mastery of verse and provide readers with a broad range of poetic styles from Parris’ diverse catalog. Readers should be advised—and forewarned—that they are about to enter into a world of hauntingly beautiful prose and verse that spans the spectrum of human emotion, from zeniths of bliss to nadirs of sorrow. In his cosmic meanderings, Parris wanders through psychedelic dreamscapes of sublime beauty but also descends into the deepest gorges of despair. Through linguistic alchemy, Parris skillfully blends subject, sound, syntax, and syncopation to create naturally rhythmic poems charged with pure emotion. Blessed with a gift for alliteration and cadence, Parris uses simple, everyday words to convey the most intimate and horrifying details of his life. Parris does not seek exposure nor notoriety, for he lives in a world of night, of moonscapes and shadows. Instead, Parris writes because he has a tempest inside. Parris injects metaphysical concepts into his poems, frequently traveling through time, space, and other dimensions as he explores the mysterious universe within his mind. In these respects, his poems can touch upon ancient nerves; for we are all, to some degree or another, just fellow travelers in time, journeying through life, seeking solace, and awaiting final destinations. Into this abstract poetic tapestry, Parris weaves his observations on life, death, religion, and politics. Come along and take a journey through the land of dreams.

Poetry From The Heart By An Alzheimer s Caregiver

The days are long without you The nights are lonely without you Life has no purpose for me without you I don't want to ... You have been there for me before I miss my life that's what life is Being together always Where have you gone?

Poetry From The Heart By An Alzheimer s Caregiver

The Teaser Carolyn started this journey by keeping a daily journal and from that her poetry started to flow and now a book The gift of writing these poems came out of the long, lonely journey with her husband Chuck who had Alzheimer’s. The poems speak of the love, the struggles and the heartaches that a caregiver has to go through, taking care of a loved one. I was not a writer but felt inspired to write my feelings as it helped me get through the days and the years ahead. I was able to lose myself and get lost for a time in my writings. I pray that you can gain some understanding, and comfort as you read these poems.

Who am I

Mom, you will be held sinful for Papa's demise. I can't understand where have you gone, mom? Are you comfortable there, mom? Are you happy? Without me, without Papa, how doyou visualise this world? Without you, without papa,this world ...

Who am I

'Who am I?" is the story of a young and educated married woman, who feels suffocated in her monotonous life and chooses to renounce the world for self-realisation. She follows a group of sadhus and sadhvis to Hardwar, but from there moves on alone in her quest for truth.