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Title Last Cry Native American Prophecies Tales of the End Times
Author Robert Ghost Wolf
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release 2003-11-16
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 334
ISBN 1412214327
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Last cry ... remains a time tested revelation about Prophecy and the coming of the Awakening... Dr. Ghost Wolf has the unique ability of bridging many realities. Here he brings to light not only an indepth look at the teachings of the indigenous masters, but he also gives us profound insights into his own remarkable gifts of prophecy as a Shaman for the Metis People and leaves us looking ahead into the 21st Century with new eyes... Welcome to the Awakening.

Tales from the End of Time by Michael Moorcock

Title Tales from the End of Time
Author Michael Moorcock
Publisher
Release 1976
Category
Total Pages 311
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Tales From the End of the Aisle
Author Beth M. Lackey
Publisher BookRix
Release 2016-10-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 72
ISBN 3739676248
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ever wonder what really happens behind the scenes at a wedding ceremony? Grab your tissues and be amazed as a professional wedding officiant shares the sweet, often humerous and sometimes jaw-dropping antics that occured during actual wedding ceremonies.

Tales of the End by David L. Barr

Title Tales of the End
Author David L. Barr
Publisher Polebridge PressWestar Inst
Release 1998
Category Religion
Total Pages 228
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This provocative new book invites us to forget all we have heard about the meaning of the Book of Revelation. Instead David Barr shows us ways to give this familiar text a fresh new reading. If we can think of the right questions to ask the text, and listen without prejudice, there are new things we can learn.The questions David Barr asks the Book of Revelation are about stories: how they are told, whom they are about, what they consist of, where they go. His commentary, written with little technical vocabulary, provides the knowledge and detail needed to make a fresh reading of the story ourselves.

Tales from the End of Time by Leah Celestine Cantor

Title Tales from the End of Time
Author Leah Celestine Cantor
Publisher
Release 2017
Category
Total Pages 109
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Witching Time by Henry Norman

Title The Witching Time
Author Henry Norman
Publisher
Release 1887
Category Ghost stories
Total Pages 315
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Legends from the End of Time by Michael Moorcock

Title Legends from the End of Time
Author Michael Moorcock
Publisher Millennium Orion Publishing Group
Release 1993
Category
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9781857980431
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ironic and exquisitely funny tales from the End of Time - Volume 11 of The Eternal Champion, the Millennium Uniform Editions of Michael Moorcock's fantastic fiction.

Title How Folk and Fairy Tales Aid Children s Growth and Maturity
Author Munir Muztaba Ali
Publisher
Release 2009
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 182
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This work investigates folk tales and their significance to childhood development, addressing basic needs of children, their depiction of life, and what their resolutions reveal about the problems children encounter as they mature.

Title God s Word End Times Bible
Author
Publisher World Pub
Release 1998
Category Bibles
Total Pages 1013
ISBN 9780529109187
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Features scripturally based information on end-times events and prophecy Charts Answers to the most frequently asked questions Glossary of terms on the end times 1,130 pp.

Reporting at Wit s End by St. Clair McKelway

Title Reporting at Wit s End
Author St. Clair McKelway
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release 2010-07-22
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 640
ISBN 1608191230
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Why does A. J. Liebling remain a vibrant role model for writers while the superb, prolific St. Clair McKelway has been sorely forgotten?" James Wolcott asked this question in a recent review of the Complete New Yorker on DVD. Anyone who has read a single paragraph of McKelway's work would struggle to provide an answer. His articles for the New Yorker were defined by their clean language and incomporable wit, by his love of New York's rough edges and his affection for the working man (whether that work was come by honestly or not). Like Joseph Mitchell and A. J. Liebling, McKelway combined the unflagging curiosity of a great reporter with the narrative flair of a master storyteller. William Shawn, the magazine's long-time editor, described him as a writer with the "lightest of light touches." His style is so striking, Shawn went on to say, that "it was too odd to be imitated." The pieces collected here are drawn from two of McKelway's books--True Tales from the Annals of Crime and Rascality (1951) and The Big Little Man from Brooklyn (1969). His subjects are the small players who in their particulars defined life in New York during the 36 years McKelway wrote: the junkmen, boxing cornermen, counterfeiters, con artists, fire marshals, priests, and beat cops and detectives. The "rascals." An amazing portrait of a long forgotten New York by the reporter who helped establish and utterly defined New Yorker "fact writing," Untitled Collection is long overdue celebration of a truly gifted writer.

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