This is a story about adventure in the southern Appalachians and a study of life about the mountaineers. Horace Kephart is the one most responsible for the existence of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park spanning the North Carolina and Tennessee border. Using all of his journals, he wrote about observations of the mountains and people during his 10 years of travels through the Appalachians. Kephart shows the Southern Appalachian Mountaineers as they were, and in some cases, as they still are. Author’s approach is balanced. He illustrating the people's good and not-so-good characteristics with facts and different stories. He gives historical and topological frameworks for the character of mountain people. For several years he lived among them, and that’s why his story is extremely realistic and true. The book is a great help in understanding people of mountains, learning their customs and traditions.
In these merry, funny stories children will meet many different kind and cute animals like Reddy Fox, Meadow Mouse, Johnny Woodchuck and many others. Almost every story about them starts when Old Mother West Wind comes from the mountains. Accompanied by her Merry Little Breezes. They played in the meadows and Old Mother West Wind helped sailors by tilling their sails.
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Do not let pass this patriotically and beautifully written book of a Polish writer of the second half of the nineteenth century Henryk Sienkiewicz, the 1905 Nobel Prize winner. On the Field of Glory, his last published book, starts with dramatic events in the heart of Poland. The miraculous rescue, a love-story, absorbing plot, combination of truth and fiction add particular fascination to the novel. While reading it you will really get a sense of the times from Sienkiewicz. But the main thing is the patriotic feeling with which it was written, and which practically leaps off the page at you.
On Loving Book is pretty small but it is very honest and truly wonderful. It describes the love of God for humans. The text includes many passages from the Bible and teaches everyone love and patience. Bernard de Clairvaux studies love in many of its demonstrations, for example, if someone loves another person for what he offers to him then he loves not this person but the object he offers. The book will be interested for those who are fond of religious and philosophical speculations about love and its role in the life of people.
This is a book created by one of the most outstanding Russian novelists Ivan Turgenev and published for the first time in 1860. The work raises the questions of love and the fate of lovers during the Crimean war and revolutionary changes. The principal character is Elena who is twenty-one years olf and is a serious and very beautiful young lady does not feel attracted to anyone among her friends until she meets a young Bulgarian patriot Insarov who has idealistic views on life and who then becomes her companion and causes sudden changes in her life. Besides, the problems of war and love affairs Turgenev also shows the conflict between Elena and her parents. Later on the author will study such relationship more closely in the novel Fathers and Sons.
O Pioneers! was written in 1913 by American novelist Willa Sibert Cather who tells us the course of life of the Bergsons who immigrated from Sweden to a fictional town Hanover, Nebraska at the beginning of the 20th century. The main hero Alexandra Bergson is a very strong-willed person. She inherits a farm after the death of her father and does everything to support this farm and turn it into a big and serious business while the other members of her family are not very interested in working on the farm. The slowly give up and move to big cities. Besides, the author focuses on the relationship between the main character Alexandra and the family friend Carl Linstrum as well as on the life story of he brother Emil and a married woman. The novel is divided into five parts each describing a special event from the Bergsons life.
This narrated with the Jaz Parks words. She covers with soot on guy that tired everybody in CIA. But now, in the power vacuum left by the death of Edward "The Raptor"Samos, a struggle for supremacy has begun between his former allies: The Flock, The Valencian Weres and the Coven of Inverness.
It is an awful satiation: children were hidden around the world. BUT WAIT! Police report a break-in at an elite hotel, and the suspects ALSO sound suspiciously like Amy and Dan. update! Amy and Dan have been seen in a car... no, in a speedboat chase... and hold everything! They're being chased by an angry mob?!