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Temple, Mary Beth: Fingerstricken
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Erscheinungsdatum: 15.01.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Fingerstricken, Titelzusatz: Tolle Schals & Accessoires ohne Nadeln selbst stricken, Autor: Temple, Mary Beth, Übersetzung: Schön, Nina, Verlag: Stocker Leopold Verlag // Stocker, L, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Stricken, Rubrik: Basteln // Handarbeiten, Seiten: 48, Abbildungen: durchgehend farbig bebildert, Gewicht: 226 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Henry James: Novels 1901-1902 (Loa #162): The S...
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This Library of America volume brings together The Sacred Fount (1901), one of Henry James's most unusual experiments, and The Wings of the Dove (1902), one of his most beloved masterpieces and the novel that inaugurated the majestic and intricate 'late phase' of his literary career. Writing to his friend William Dean Howells, James characterized The Sacred Fount, the only one of his novels to be told in the first person, as 'a fine flight into the high fantastic.' While traveling to the country house of Newmarch for a weekend party, the nameless narrator becomes obsessed with the idea that a person may become younger or cleverer by tapping the 'sacred fount' of another person. Convinced that Grace Brissenden has become younger by drawing upon her husband, Guy, the narrator seeks to discover the source of the newfound wit of Gilbert Long, previously 'a fine piece of human furniture.' His perplexing and ambiguous quest, and the varying reactions it provokes from the other guests, calls into question the imaginative inquiry central to James's art of the novel. James described the essential idea of The Wings of the Dove as 'a young person conscious of a great capacity for life, but early stricken and doomed, condemned to die under short respite, while also enamoured of the world.' The heroine, a wealthy young American heiress, Milly Theale (inspired by James's beloved cousin Minny Temple), is slowly drawn into a trap set for her by the English adventuress Kate Croy and her lover, the journalist Morton Densher. The unexpected outcome of their mercenary scheme provides the resolution to a tragic story of love and betrayal, innocence and experience that has long been acknowledged as one of James's supreme achievements as a novelist. This volume prints the New York Edition text of The Wings of the Dove, and includes the illuminating preface James wrote for that edition.

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Henry James: Novels 1901-1902 (Loa #162): The S...
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This Library of America volume brings together The Sacred Fount (1901), one of Henry James's most unusual experiments, and The Wings of the Dove (1902), one of his most beloved masterpieces and the novel that inaugurated the majestic and intricate 'late phase' of his literary career. Writing to his friend William Dean Howells, James characterized The Sacred Fount, the only one of his novels to be told in the first person, as 'a fine flight into the high fantastic.' While traveling to the country house of Newmarch for a weekend party, the nameless narrator becomes obsessed with the idea that a person may become younger or cleverer by tapping the 'sacred fount' of another person. Convinced that Grace Brissenden has become younger by drawing upon her husband, Guy, the narrator seeks to discover the source of the newfound wit of Gilbert Long, previously 'a fine piece of human furniture.' His perplexing and ambiguous quest, and the varying reactions it provokes from the other guests, calls into question the imaginative inquiry central to James's art of the novel. James described the essential idea of The Wings of the Dove as 'a young person conscious of a great capacity for life, but early stricken and doomed, condemned to die under short respite, while also enamoured of the world.' The heroine, a wealthy young American heiress, Milly Theale (inspired by James's beloved cousin Minny Temple), is slowly drawn into a trap set for her by the English adventuress Kate Croy and her lover, the journalist Morton Densher. The unexpected outcome of their mercenary scheme provides the resolution to a tragic story of love and betrayal, innocence and experience that has long been acknowledged as one of James's supreme achievements as a novelist. This volume prints the New York Edition text of The Wings of the Dove, and includes the illuminating preface James wrote for that edition.

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The Jesus You Can't Ignore
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Do you want to learn more about who Jesus really is? In The Jesus You Can't Ignore, author and pastor John MacArthur reintroduces a critical aspect of the Savior that has seemingly been forgotten. Yes, the Savior tenderly held little children in His arms but He also violently overturned tables in the temple. He gently touched a blind man's eyes but He scourged pompous thieves with a whip. His words soothed grief-stricken parents and angered the religious establishment of His day. Because some prefer the meek and mild Jesus, it's become commonplace to ignore the fullness of the Savior. In this study guide, you will dig deeper into the Savior as He truly is, gaining the lifelong impact of knowing His character and His ways using the following tools: Probing questions for personal reflection Multiple-choice exercises to get to real answers to your questions Deeper discussions of the biblical text and cultural context of Jesus' day Rewind, reflect, and react sections to increase your knowledge and inspire new action. Verse by verse, John MacArthur unpacks the Jesus Christ the Bible presents. Page by page, you will reach new conclusions about the Jesus too often overlooked. Discover a vivid portrait of the Messiah as He really is!

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