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Rabindranath Tagore Omnibus IV

Rabindranath Tagore
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Book Description: Paper Back. Book Condition: New. (Size: 22x14cms.), Contents: Two Sisters; Sadhana; Letters to a Friends; The Parrot's Training and Other Stories; the King of the Dark Chamber; Poems of Kabir. vi+501 Yr. of Pub.2007 8129106388. Bookseller Inventory # 78254

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Book Description: Rupa & Co., New Delhi, India, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Second Impression. Printed Pages: 501. Size: 14 x 22 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 032751

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Book Description: Rupa & Co., New Delhi, India, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Second Impression. 14 x 22 Cm. Printed Pages: 501. 14 x 22 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 032751

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Tagore by Fireside

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Book Description: Rupa, 2002. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. Tagore By Fireside was written by Maitraye Devi, who enjoyed a long exchange of letters with Tagore. She translated it from her own Bengali work, Mongpute Rabindranath (1943). In it, she provides an account of Tagore's sojourn at Mungpu, a village in Darjeeling district. In the words of Majorie Sykes, it is an "intimate word-picture of a great 'man at home' among his friends". Tagore was the houseguest at Maitraye Devi on four occations at Mungpu. She religiously recorded word for word the conversations the poet had with herself and others. In this book we see Rabindranath 'intensely alive in high spirited fun'. The personal especially the humorous side of the poet is brought in such a way that one can 'hear the very inflection of his voice and see the mischievious twinkle in his eyes'. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12467607892

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Book Description: Sahitya Akademi, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 5th or later edition. 23 x 29 cm. "Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) became an international figure when his Gitanjali, an anthology of lyrics, originally written in Bengali and translated into English by the poet himself, was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature--the first ever to an Asian--in 1913. Since then he came to be known not only as a great writer but also as an able spokesman of modern India. Even today he is the most widely read Indian writer. Although his reputation outside the Bengali-speaking areas rests largely, if not entirely, on his English writings, no attempt had been made to put them together. Sahitya Akademi has decided to bring out a complete collection of Tagore`s writings in English--original as well as translations done by him--in four volumes. The corpus of Tagore`s English writings, large and diverse, forms a substantial part of his total work. The first volume includes most of the poetic works translated by Tagore and a few poems that he wrote originally in English. The second volume consists of plays and stories translated by him, as well as five prose works. The third volume is a collection of different genres of writings--prose works, lectures, addresses, statements, messages and conversations. This volume, the fourth, includes the remaining poems, plays, essays, lectures and addresses, conversations, writings on books and open letters, messages and tributes." Contents: Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Poems: 1. Poems. II. Plays: 1. The cycle of spring (Synopsis). 2. The cycle of spring. 3. The car of time. 4. The dancing girl`s worship. 5. Rituranga. III. Essays: 1. The death traffic. 2. What then? 3. Religious education. 4. Indian students and western teachers. 5. Individuality. 6. The spirit of Indian religion. 7. The race problem of India. 8. Institutional religion. 9. International co-operation. 10. Travel diary. 11. The Sudra habit. 12. Wealth and welfare. 13. Red Oleanders: an interpretation. 14. Red Oleanders: author`s interpretation. 15. Getting and non-getting. 16. Striving for Swaraj. 17. Art and tradition. 18. Organizations. 19. Co-operation and destiny. 20. The Saraswati Puja in the city college hostel. 21. Sriniketan. 22. Aurobindo Ghosh. 23. The Canker of European civilization. 24. The Soviet system. 25. To Persia. 26. Asian cultural rapproachement. 27. The changing age. 28. Introduction: Oxford book of English verse. 29. Gandhi the man. 30. India`s problem. IV. Lectures and Addresses: 1. Construction versus creation. 2. The guest-house of India. 3. Sriniketan. 4. The first anniversary of Sriniketan. 5. My last talk in China. 6. To the people of Japan. 7. The place of science. 8. Truth. 9. My school. 10. To the child. 11. To the Indian community in Japan. 12. The soul of the east. 13. Lyric poetry. 14. Christmas anniversary. 15. To students at Rome. 16. Swami Sraddananda. 17. International co-operator`s day. 18. Addresses in Singapore and Malay. 19. Ram Mohun Roy. 20. Farewell to Canada. 21. Man the artist. 22. Address at Friends` services council, London. 23. To Muslim students. 24. The co-operative principle. 25. To students at Santiniketan. 26. At Mahajati Sadan. 27. Address to H.E. Tai Chi-Tao. 28. The Supreme message of humanity uttered in India. V. Conversations and Interviews: 1. The living voice of India. 2. Conversation with M. Bergson. 3. Governor Yen of Shansi, China. 4. Freedom. 5. Movement in Education. 6. My conception of God. 7. Mercy is Twice Blessed. 8. The beyond. 9. Gandhi`s ideal. 10. New Year`s day. 11. Continental tour in 1925. 12. Conversation with the king of Italy. 13. Conversation with H.N. Brailsford. 14. Conversation with Aldo Sorani. 15. A new land of promise. 16. Conversation with Bendetto Croce. 17. The function of woman`s Shakti in society. 18. Simplicity and elaboration in music. 19. The next world. 20. An interview in Vancouver. 21. An interview by the J Printed Pages: 811. Bookseller Inventory # 6511

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Book Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. (Size: 28x21.5cms.), Contents: Acknowledgements; Introduction; I.Essays: Thoughts from Rabindranath Tagore; The Religionof Man; Man 191; Letters to a Friend; Mahatmaji and the Depressed Humanity; East and West; II. Lectures and Addresses: Race Conflict; The Spirit of Japan; The Meeting of the East and the West; At the Cross Roads etc.; III. Miscellaneous: A. Open Letters, Speeches, Tributes, etc; B. On Books; IV. Conversations and Interviews; Appendix A; Appendix B. The nobel Price Acceptance Speech; Notes; Index. 1020 Yr. of Pub.2008 8126014806. Bookseller Inventory # 21933

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Tagore's Gitanjali

Mosam Sinha
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Book Description: Aavishkar Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Biography of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. 2. Life chronology of Rabindranath Tagore. 3. Tagore as an educationist. 4. Introduction of Gitanjali by W.B. yeats. 5. Poetic gems of Gitanjali. 6. Summary of Gitanjali. 7. Review of Gitanjali. Further reading. Rabindranath Tagore was a multitalented personality. He was a Bengali poet, a Brahmo Samaj philosopher, a visual artist, a playwright, a novelist, a painter and a composer, all combined into one. Rabindranath Tagore started composing art works at a very tender age. He was also a cultural reformer who modified Bengali art by rebuffing the strictures that bound it into classical Indian forms. The publication of the English version of Gitanjali brought laurels in the life of R.N. Tagore. Gitanjali was first published in Nov. 1912. The best literary giants of England like yeats and Bradely appreciated the sincere effort of Tagore to the utmost. In November 1913, he was awarded the noble prize by Swedish academy and this gave him a place among the greatest men of letters in the modern world. He won universal recognition through the monumental literary achievement Gitanjali. Gitanjali brought to him universal recognition. The offerings of Gitanjali are dedicated to poet's closet personal connection with the Eternal, as a lover and beloved, wife and husband, servant and master, friend and friend, as if the poet were trying to approach reality in a personal way through personal relationship. The book is a tribute by author to Gurudev R.N. Tagore. It consists of seven chapters including biography of Gurudev R.N. Tagore, Life chronology of Rabindranath Tagore, Tagore as an educationist, introduction of Gitanjali by W.B. Yeats, poetic gems of Gitanjali. Summary of Gitanjali with review of Gitanjali. The book is written in straight forward language with lucid style. The book will give the readers a comprehensive coverage of different aspects of Tagore's life and his Gitanjali. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 109684

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Rabindranath Tagore : A Pictorial Biography

Nityapriya Gosh
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Book Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. (Size: 28 x 23 cms), (b/w 172 photographs), A tribute to one of India's greatest personalities on the occasion of his hundred and fifieth birth anniversary.The book highlights those incidents, anecdotes and issues that have often been overlooked but which , nonetheless , are significant.Rabindranath Tagore is an iconic literary figure who represents Indian Literature outside the country and many other art forms, like painting, dance, songs and so on, within the country. There have been countless biographies of Tagore written about his life in the context of his works, and vice versa. This particular biography records incidents of Tagore's life and times and connects them with his works. One gets a good picture of Tagore's relationships with his family and friends, his reach into different realms of art like poetry, music, dance, theatre, painting and also his role as a philosopher through this book. This work is relevant because of the rare and unique photographs and several letters he wrote to eminent personalities of his time, and also because the biographer makes a genuine attempt to capture the essence of Tagore's life-- simplicity. And yet, he was a genius with a complex personality, as emerges from this biography. 280 Yr. of Pub.2012 8189738755. Bookseller Inventory # 180767

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LETTERS TO A FRIEND.

Tagore, Rabindranath.
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Book Description: 1931 Third impression, Allen & Unwin., 1931. 195pp. Index. Edited with two introductory essays by C.F.Andrews. 4 b/w illustrations. Letters written to Andrews 1913-22. Very good indeed in very good dw. Bookseller Inventory # 13450

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Cartas a un amigo

Rabindranath Tagore
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Book Description: 1942 Editorial Juventud. Tela editorial. No conserva la sobrecubierta. Estado regular, cubiertas deslucidas, con puntos de óxido en cortes y páginas del texto; buen estado de lectura. 220 pg. Obra publicada en inglés, con dos ensayos a modo de prefacio, por C.F. Andrews y titualada en dicho idioma Letters to a friend. 2ª edición. Versión española del Dr. Nicolás María Martínez Amador. En la introducción de Andrew se lee: Las cartas contenidas en este volumen me las escribió Rabindranath Tagore durante los años 1913 a 1922. Epistolario. Memorias. Historia de la Literatura extranjera. Libro viejo. Bookseller Inventory # 10219-A

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A Bunch Of Old Letters: Written Mostly To Jawaharlal Nehru And Some Written By Him.

Nehru, Jawaharlal.
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Book Description: Asia Publishing House, Bombay, 1960. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Second Edition. 523 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. LETTERS. Exchanged mostly with close friends and comrades in the struggle and with friends of the cause of Indian independence abroad, the letters ofrten have an intgense human interest. Even the most practical and political of Mahatma Gandhi's letters reveal his deep humanism, his deep sympathy and love enven for hjis opponents. Mention, in this connection, must also be made of the letters of Pandit Motilal Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, Edward Thompson and Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Correspondence, India, Letters, Jawaharlal Nehru, Pandit Motilal Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, Edward Thompson, Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore, Romain Rolland, Mme. Sun Yat-sen, Mahadev Desai). book. Bookseller Inventory # 74533X1

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English Writings of Rabindranath Tagore : Vol: IV: A Miscellany

Nityapriya Ghosh
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Book Description: Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Poems 1. Poems. II. Plays 1. The cycle of spring (Synopsis). 2. The cycle of spring. 3. The car of time. 4. The dancing girl's worship. 5. Rituranga. III. Essays 1. The death traffic. 2. What then. 3. Religious education. 4. Indian students and western teachers. 5. Individuality. 6. The spirit of Indian religion. 7. The race problem of India. 8. Institutional religion. 9. International co operation. 10. Travel diary. 11. The Sudra habit. 12. Wealth and welfare. 13. Red Oleanders an interpretation. 14. Red Oleanders author's interpretation. 15. Getting and non getting. 16. Striving for Swaraj. 17. Art and tradition. 18. Organizations. 19. Co operation and destiny. 20. The Saraswati Puja in the city college hostel. 21. Sriniketan. 22. Aurobindo Ghosh. 23. The Canker of European civilization. 24. The Soviet system. 25. To Persia. 26. Asian cultural rapproachement. 27. The changing age. 28. Introduction Oxford book of English verse. 29. Gandhi the man. 30. India's problem. IV. Lectures and Addresses 1. Construction versus creation. 2. The guest house of India. 3. Sriniketan. 4. The first anniversary of Sriniketan. 5. My last talk in China. 6. To the people of Japan. 7. The place of science. 8. Truth. 9. My school. 10. To the child. 11. To the Indian community in Japan. 12. The soul of the east. 13. Lyric poetry. 14. Christmas anniversary. 15. To students at Rome. 16. Swami Sraddananda. 17. International co operator's day. 18. Addresses in Singapore and Malay. 19. Ram Mohun Roy. 20. Farewell to Canada. 21. Man the artist. 22. Address at Friends services council London. 23. To Muslim students. 24. The co operative principle. 25. To students at Santiniketan. 26. At Mahajati Sadan. 27. Address to H.E. Tai Chi Tao. 28. The Supreme message of humanity uttered in India. V. Conversations and Interviews 1. The living voice of India. 2. Conversation with M. Bergson. 3. Governor Yen of Shansi China. 4. Freedom. 5. Movement in Education. 6. My conception of God. 7. Mercy is Twice Blessed. 8. The beyond. 9. Gandhi's ideal. 10. New Year's day. 11. Continental tour in 1925. 12. Conversation with the king of Italy. 13. Conversation with H.N. Brailsford. 14. Conversation with Aldo Sorani. 15. A new land of promise. 16. Conversation with Bendetto Croce. 17. The function of woman's Shakti in society. 18. Simplicity and elaboration in music. 19. The next world. 20. An interview in Vancouver. 21. An interview by the Japan adviser. 22. An interview at Honolulu. 23. An interview in Tokyo. 24. An interview with a Chinese delegation. 25. With F.N. Petrov. 26. The working of the league of Nations. 27. Interview with Tai Chi Tao. VI. On Books and Writings 1. Sanskrit books for German Scholars. 2. Science and sanctity. 3. Illuminated travel literature. 4. Baul songs. 5. Bengal lancer. 6. Rural welfare methods. 7. Folk songs of India. 8. Indian architecture. 9. Utility of a library. 10. Prof. Satyarthi. VII. Open letters messages and tributes 1. World War I. 2. Tagore and his boys. 3. Interned without trial. 4. The home and the world. 5. League of Vagabonds. 6. M. Sylvain Levy. 7. Constructive work. 8. W.W. Pearson. 9. Asutosh Mukherjee. 10. To the young. 11. Mother India. 12. Brahmo Samaj Centenary. 13. Martial law at Sholapur. 14. The round table conference. 15. Birthday message from the poet. 16. Mahatma Gandhi arrested. 17. Poet's cable to premier. 18. Message from Rabindranath Tagore. 19. Good will in India. 20. Bengal detenus. 21. To Singhalese. 22. To Sindhis. 23. Moral welfare. 24. E.B. Havell. 25. Rudyard Kipling. 26. George V. 27. Suicide of Detenus. 28. Comrades. 29. To people of China. 30. Professor Moriz Winternitz. 31. Lord Brabourne. 32. Tripuri Congress. 33. Armaggedon. 34. The Crisis. 35. To Chiang Kai shek. 36. Art in education. 37. World War II. A note on sources. Sources. Index of first words of poems. Rabindranath Tagore (1861 1941) became an international figure when his Gitanjali an anthology. Bookseller Inventory # 66664

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Letters to a Friend

Rabindranath, Edited By C. F. Andrews Tagore
(Woodburn, OR, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: The Macmillan Company, 1929. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Hardback edition with no dustjacket in good condition. No markings or highlightings. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000069890

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Book Description: 1931. Hardback. Book Condition: NEAR FINE. Cloth, 195pp., ex-libr., clean and sound, with no external markings, good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 026087

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The Xiaofeng into the forest - the world's classic prose Complete Works(Chinese Edition)

XING TAO ZHU BIAN . GONG XUN FEN CE ZHU BIAN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-09-01 Pages: 153 Publisher: Liaoning Education Press title: Xiaofeng into the forest - the world's classic prose Complete Works Original Price: 16.8 yuan Author: edited by Xing Tao Xun Gong Volume editor Publisher: Liaoning Education Press Publication Date :2012-9-1ISBN: 9787553601052 Words: 200000 Page: 153 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 product size and weight: Editor's Choice World the classic prose Complete Works Xiaofeng into the forest. select a famous essay. more than a century of excellent writers around the world have emerged readers psychological characteristics of students with the ability to understand and build a reader of classic prose treasure trove of exclusive in this age. Veronika story touched the soul in these works. compassionate emotional statement. there is a chapter full of magical imagination. rich in philosophy of rational text . every article are designed to use the language charm. the charm of the emotional The moral charm nourish the mind of the reader friends. shaping a perfect spirit world. accompany readers friends health. happiness grow. In order to give readers more intuitive. friends fully understand prose with a the candidates reason About the Author as well as Essay Appreciation three little information for each article. detailing works excellent. creative background article essence. let the reader draw wisdom of friends in a relaxed reading to enhance the aesthetic taste and writing skills. Executive Summary World the classic prose Complete Works Xiaofeng forest clear. bright and beautiful poetic text. jade. generally pure beauty. Or ornate or rustic; or fresh. or rich; or deep. or plain; or heavy. or the aesthetic . are from famous Biduan. from the hands of the master. both classic. artistic and ideological. Read these experienced a classic test of time. and can open the literary vision to enhance the aesthetic consciousness touches the inspiration for. refine their thinking sentiments to enhance life taste. The world the classic prose Complete Works Xiaofeng into the forest feel the soul through the beautiful strokes of the Masters. throbbing experience the taste of the conditions of life and enjoy the beauty of creation and enjoy the joy of reading. The elegant writing calm has caused huge implication deep Yuan. Of the actions of the pen. cultural customs stretch picturesque. the philosophizing sentiment poetic rendering . together with the Masters. to talk about culture. deep inside; philosophy. with speculative deep; then life. ideal gorgeous; v. emotion. rich lingering; chat charm. his thoughts lush. Catalog sent to you a roses / Anatole Anatole France. in memory of the value of the time of Marie Curie / Albert Einstein / Ahmed Emin grandmother / Brad Bury to live in a huge of hope / Daisaku Ikeda three visitors / Island the Toson Tingquan / Kaii Higashiyama the nocturnal in mind / Virginia Woolf Youzaiyouzai / Heinrich Boll autumn sunset / Henry Thoreau prairie hunting mother's memories of bison / Washington Irving / plus Mistral meet Hemingway / Garcia Marquez's clock and bell / the Gabriel Miro pastoral poetry / Karel contact Peck On Beauty / Konstantin Bau Bernstorff Chomsky / Cary Gibran Inscription on stone leading to the Tower of the Sun / Colin Thompson. United States / Rabindranath Tagore leaf fall / Leo Pakistan Scalia Letter to / Lin Juemin Tengyexiansheng the / Lu Xun is my motherland / Pulie Mu Chand trivial / Gilbert Sesibolong really have to work very hard words letter books (excerpt) / George Jixing to his son / Walter Scott on Sunday in the earth / Stephen Gaiaoerge. from Rodin. where the the revelation / Stefan Zweig river song / William Maugham to mourn George Sand / Victor Hugo seaside fantasy / Walt Whitman Mississippi River scenery / woods and grassland / Ivan Turgenev Baicao / Yuri Bondarev Raindrops dew tears / Yusuf. Bookseller Inventory # FV072882

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Letters to a Friend

Tagore, Rabindranath) Andrews, C.F. (editor)
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Book Description: Macmillan Company, NY, 1929. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 4 Illustrations in Collorype (illustrator). First American Edition. 12 Vo. dj w/lite wear, unclipped price, in mylar; ownr's name; 195 clean, unmarked pages; lite foxing on end papers. Bookseller Inventory # 039162

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Read English daily: flowers Pinellia warm as ever(Chinese Edition)

CHANG QING TENG YU YAN JIAO XUE ZHONG XIN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2013 Pages: 301 Language: Chinese. English in Publisher: Anhui Education Press. a daily read good English: Pinellia flowers. warm as ever is divided into when love beckons to you; embrace with love world; if you love deep enough three parts. the main contents include: Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus; due to tough and beautiful. Contents: When love beckons to you. When Love Beckons You. Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus Anonymous Whispering Love Anonymous love because of the tough and beautiful Rene Maria Rilke Love Is Difficult Rainer Maria Rilke pure cantabile Ailuobinde Lana De Tagore Our Love Is Simple as a Song Rabindranath Tagore devout love to greet the Aage Man Dinuo I Will Greet This Day with Love in My Heart Og Mandino childhood Travel Charlotte Bronte Childhood Charlotte onte when youth gone Thomas Wolf Man's Youth Thomas Wolfe you remember your child to wear than Law ink All You Remember Debbie Farmer. treat time different views Anonymous Two Views of Time Anonymous Do not worry about the time flies Anonymous I Dread the End of the Year Anonymous friends with those have to be careful to pay Anonymous Choice of the Companions by Anonymous errors feeling William Somerset Maugham An Illusion William of Somerset Maugham When you hover entrance of life. John Ruskin. The Two Roads John Ruskin. the mother of your lifetime ANONYMOUS Those Childhood Days Anonymous cuddly world Emace the World with Love friendship tree evergreen Anonymous How to Heal a Friendship Anonymous definition of home the Anonymous Home Anonymous I am a lifelong teacher ANONYMOUS Best Teacher I Ever Had by Anonymous mother meaning Anonymous Not Just a of Mom ??Anonymous. friendship without any prejudice to ANONYMOUS Friendship Anonymous deepest friendship Anonymous Friendship Anonymous Love hymns ANONYMOUS The Gift of Love by Anonymous. cuddly world ANONYMOUS Three Kinds of Love Anonymous Love is a telephone Anonymous Love Is a Telephone by Anonymous To my favorite Alexander Pushkin To AP Kern Alexander Pushkin hope you are well Alexander Alexander Pushkin I Wish You Well Pushkin the best state of their own way to love you Anonymous of Love Anonymous marriage ANONYMOUS Making Marriage the Best It Can Be Anonymous man you should know that secret ANONYMOUS Do You Really Understand Men Anonymous The parents of three types of Anonymous Three Types of Parents Anonymous men not deaf Anonymous Husband Should Hear. if you love deep enough Wife Should not Take It Seriously by Anonymous If You Love Her Enough week to write a love letter Anonymous Once a Week. Write a Heartfelt Letter by Anonymous. you Come Anonymous Come as You Are Anonymous drawback is also a beautiful ANONYMOUS The Art of Imperfection Anonymous a little more than a friend. more than a little interested Anonymous Make New Friends as Possible as You Can Anonymous world most beautiful heart Anonymous The Most Beautiful Heart Anonymous motherly love can work miracles to Anonymous The Miracle of Mother 's Love Anonymous heartbreak after how to do? Anonymous How Do You Mend a oken Heart by Anonymous friends significance Anonymous Friends by Anonymous If you love deep enough Alexander Pushkin If You Love Her Enough Alexander Pushkin. friendship magic of Happiness the Index by Anonymous Anonymous the Be Kind Anonymous happiness index Anonymous the happily married degrees health effects ANONYMOUS A Happy Marriage Can Help Mend Physical Wounds Anonymous life romantic interlude Anonymous Romantic Interlude Anonymous love heart never frost Anonymous Keep Walking in Sunshine wings Anonymous Love Anonymous Let Go Love Anonymous intimate language to create a happy marriage ANONYMOUS The Little Words That Work Marriage Magic Anonymous Anonymous Telling Him Anonymous brother wish Anonymous The Wish to talk to him of the other Anonymous to the great-grandmother doll Jacqueli. Bookseller Inventory # NE021530

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Masters Collection (Set of 3) [Paperback]

LIN HUI YIN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback Pages Number: 633 Language: Simplified Chinese Publisher: Northern United Publishing Media (Group) Co. Ltd. rolls of the publishing company. Culture and Art Publishing House. north of women and children Press; 1 (2011 October 17 ). Masters Collection (Set 3) include: You are that world April day. who love the endless changes . Love the eyebrow Xiaozha . You are that human April of the most perfect legendary image forever fixed in the history of the sky - she is the April of that human You are the April of that human a collection of the classic masterpiece of the Huiyin literary works. such as fiction masterpiece 99 Degrees. prose masterpiece outside the window. In addition. the April of that human carefully included Huiyin letters. letters addressed to friends and relatives. we can see a generation of talented real mentality: some text or even could not conceal her was eager and impulsive. but it is these are still splashing out of forbear after emotional spark. leaving our truest Huiyin. In addition to the selected row of the text. You are the April of that human binding on trying to present a most aesthetic of Huiyin not rely on the printed cover paper. and each one never get tired of the Ten Bamboo Huapu vegetarian . are a tribute to this great women. and to give the reader the most perfect visual experience! Open is that world April day. so we find a long absence. moved. let us relive the beautiful moments! Who love the endless changing collection Huiyin of all poetry. even if we can not hundred percent completely included. but also covers her until middle age. this time from the study in the era of classic poetry. including As a legal case - involving emotional entanglements and Xu also be revealed in the poetry. These words splashed out the spark of emotion. her heart all the secrets. Who love the endless changes every picture from typesetting poetry with the poetry. and have done fine. elegant book with black and white diagrams and color illustrations. to bring you the perfect viewing experience. but also allow the footsteps of time. slowly. stay down . who love the endless changes of Huiyin is one of the representatives of the thirties of last century Chinese poetry Crescent School. its great Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore she and Hsu Chih-mo poetry until now required reading for all lovers of literature per generation products. the impact of Chinese poetry has been in existence now. Love the eyebrow Xiaozha a collection of letters written by Hsu Chih-mo and LiuXiaoMan in love. In addition to letters. collected Xiaoman Diary . Mei Xuan petty language text. the most comprehensive record of the two period of romance. Please turn this love the eyebrow Xiaozha . you will be here. listening to the of Zhimo most real sound! The love of Zhimo LiuXiaoMan sensation. the two married the envy of the world. constantly being criticized of the world. Liang Qichao. once in Zhimo the wedding. there is such a message - Republican-you for being a fickle. so that a divorce to remarry . later determined to be repentant. and a fresh start! Various life encounters. flooded in the past dust. However. Hsu Chih-mo. the name can not be forgotten. including his crazy. warm. bitter. tangled text. but also never been forgotten. Quiescence. love still exist.Four Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LX0179

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ZHANG DE SHENG
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback Pages Number: 447 Language: Simplified Chinese Publisher: Guangdong Higher Education Press; 1st edition (August 1. 2011). Paperback Pages Number: 447 Language: Simplified Chinese Publisher: Guangdong Higher Education Press; 1 edition (August 1. 2011) Contents: Part poem. The Book of Songs two Zhongzai Jun child in the Hall of Shame Nineteen Old Poems Hibiscus bitter cold. heavy trekking involved in river mining line. two the first trekking Noda oriole OK and Guo book (one of) the West Islet enterprises Yu song (two) one of four in prison Wing cicada (and order) Chun Jiang Hua Yue Ye Young Generation (two) First Second visit in Los Yuan theft by finding case of Yan Song OK Mon to Beijing Li Bai poem two board Jinling Phoenix Taiwan knight OK homeless do not surrender the city heard the flute left moved Everlasting Regret Night blue off to show the grandniece Xiang Chibi Jin Se Ming Fei song (one) tour Jinshan Temple Send yellow a few complex set The storm Yujiaao Bashengganzhou (drizzly Muyu) Qing Yuan Shuilong Yin Teng limits delightful Pavilion Yangzhou slow (Huai left names are) two-tone Night boat Autumn [Lu] flower sound nostalgia Sauvignon Blanc (mountain range) snow In the land of China. poem eight on the night of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda Xian poems - dedicated to the daughter of the night past the time of Robert Burns poetry. two of my heart children in the highlands Wordsworth poem two two seven Tintern Abbey Fu Petofi poem. Ode to the West I am willing to be mature and torrent Millet Pushkin poem two caused Kane I have loved your song of Rabindranath Tagore Poems Ji Tan Jiali (excerpt) Crescent Moon (excerpt) gardener set Stray Birds (excerpt) (excerpt) Sports Chung prose Analects advanced (excerpt) days as location elegiac send Xue Cun-yi sequence ink pool Hutchison ridge Xuan Zhi Zhu Xi family motto of Liangyuan Di reading dead fire science fun Boat Sailing Jascha on the dignity of the human speech Yuanyuan Hall (excerpt) I read a small book at the same time reading a big book children memory like the tracks a long letter to her daughter's tree is like this (excerpt) disease gap broken pen (excerpt) thinking fun Flower Phoenix graduates is purely so beautiful football can not be the interpretation of fans always stand on the walls that side is very important to maintain a normal Olympic mentality fiction myth three of the Battle of the Yellow Emperor Chi Jingwei Nu Wa Sky Shi two pipe Ning Huaxin total garden hoe vegetables Liu Ling disease wine Beard pass over five hurdles six circumvent birthday Gang Shi Runze Beach Que case of the Friends (excerpt) Mourning - Juansheng the Notes (excerpt) Golden Lock (excerpt) Nao Notepad (excerpt) Royal Tramp (excerpt) brothers (excerpt) Don Quixote (excerpt) last ivy leaf is the cat (excerpt) Metamorphosis (excerpt) theater Off The king alone to go to single-handedly (excerpt) Beijing (Act II excerpt) under Code section I of the administrative documents of the administrative documents Overview Section II command (order) to decide the fourth quarter of Section III motion Minutes Notice Notice Section V notice Circular No. six reports to consult section VII approved the comments section VIII. letter of application of Section I apply on the Overview section IV of the proposition of Section II apply on the applicant on the examination of the basic content and section III of the paper structure application on the exam answer techniques ReferencesFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # MF2893

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Letters To A Friend

Tagore, Rabindranath & Andrews, C S ( editor )
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Book Description: George Allen & Unwin Ltd London, 1928. 1st edition. 8vo. 195 + (1) + (4)pp. Tinted portrait frontis. Publisher's blue cloth covers, gilt lettering on spine. Beigeplain dw, black lettering with treble black band around edges, not price clipped 7s 6d net. Original white eps. Covers : faint rub bottom of spine. Dw : slight rub top of spine, slight browning. Contents : A few small fox marks else very clean & tight. Bright attractive copy. F-/VG. Bookseller Inventory # 35121

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Four Autograph Letters Signed (two in full and two as 'L. H.') to the biblical scholar and Quaker theologian Herbert George Wood (1879-1963), first Professor of Theology at the University of Birmingham.

Lawrence Hyde (b.1894, fl. 1954), English journalist and spiritual philospher [Herbert George Wood; Quaker; Society of Friends; Selly Oak College; Fircroft; Woodbrooke]
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Book Description: Between and 1931; all four on letterhead Rosedean Cottage, Shipley, Sussex., 1930. All items very good, on lightly aged paper. Four closely written and interesting communications on his writings and philosophy. LETTER ONE (16 June 1930, 2 pages, 12mo): On the question of 'that misunderstanding regarding our last visit', the rest of the month is 'booked up', but 'perhaps the postponement - I hope it is no more than that! - of our coming may not be a bad thing'. Since their last meeting he has been 'passing through a phase of extensive internal adjustment, the physical aspect of which has taken the form of very bad health'. He has 'hardly written a line', and it is 'a time, for me, of extreme introversion and apathy and I am really not fit to appear in society!'. Although 'friend Halliday would probably be sceptical regarding the fact', '[i]t is one of the things to be expected on the rather curious path which I am following'. When he emerges hopes to 'dash off in fairly rapid succession' essays on humanism and religion. Is on friendly terms with Hugh Fausset [Hugh l'Anson Fausset, 1895-1965, English poet and religious writer] ('whom I admire greatly and whose religious development is I think going to be remarkably interesting'). Asks how Wood and his colleagues 'got on with Rabindranath' [Tagore, 1861-1941, Indian poet]: 'I gather that he was a bit of a nuisance!' LETTER TWO (28 October 1930, 2 pages, 12mo): Responding to an invitation from Wood, he is looking forward to a visit to the Quaker educational settlement at Woodbrooke: 'I might have the delightful experience of posting off the MS and then stepping into the train for Woodbrooke for a badly needed rest'. Discusses possible itinerary. Referring to Wood himself, hopes that he and his wife Lorna will 'see something of the Professor of Theology and the Philosophy of Religion at the Selly Oak College'. LETTER THREE (14 March 1931, three pages, 12mo): Announces the publication of his 'Prospects of Humanism'. 'I shall of course be very interested to hear what impression it makes upon you.' Hopes Wood will review it. He is 'far from satisfied' with the book, which 'bears the marks of having been written during a period of strain'. His thoughts 'have already turned to Op. III, by which I shall stand or fall in the end'. Three paragraphs discuss the 'Kosman Church', on the subject of which Hyde can 'quite sympathise' with Wood's 'uneasiness': 'My aim [.] is to define the conditions which, in my opinion, will have to be complied with by a truly modern Religion'. Asks if Wood has seen Geoffrey Heard's 'Ascent of Humanity': 'in a large measure it expresses the same type of consciousness with which Fausset, [John Middleton] Murry [1889-1957] and myself are so directly concerned in our different ways'. LETTER FOUR (2 April 1931, three pages, 12mo): Is pleased with Wood's 'favourable verdict on the Prospects'. 'You are one of the few whose judgement I trust in these matters, and your appreciation is one of the things that helps me to go on'. Is happy that Wood considers his book better than its predecessor, and discusses the two books. Is glad that Wood feels that he has 'sounded the Quaker note': 'this brings us together'. Feels that the author of 'that extraordinarily hostile notice in the T[imes]. L[iterary]. S[upplement]. 'at least did me a service by taking two columns to dismiss me!' Enjoyed Hoyland's essay and asks how Wood's own book is progressing. He 'will not anticipate' the arguments in his 'Opus III': 'I am philosophically a resolute Occidental!' He refuses to 'entertain the idea that matter is evil', and believes 'firmly' in progress. Discusses some recent essays by Middleton Murry. Discusses the 'Nation' and 'Everyman', the editor of the latter having 'asked me to give him some of my new book in the form of articles'. Also included is a Typed Note Signed to Wood from Horace Fleming, Honorary Warden, on the letterhead of the Mary Ward Settlement, 20 March 1931, sending Hyde's book. Bookseller Inventory # 5655

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Book Description: Buenos Aires, 1924. Book Condition: Muy buen estado. Primera edición. Disponible el detalle completo de las obras del lote, a solicitud del cliente. === INCLUYE 2 LIBROS DEDICADOS Y FIRMADOS POR VICTORIA OCAMPO: Juan Sebastián Bach, El hombre, Ed. Sur, 1964, primera edición y Vivant por Paul Valéry, Cahiers du Sud, 1946, texto en francés. === Victoria Ocampo (7 abril 1890 a 27 enero 1979) fue una escritora e intelectual argentina, descrita por Jorge Luis Borges como "La mujer más argentina". Conocida como editora de la legendaria revista literaria Sur, fue también escritora y crítica por derecho propio, y una de las mujeres sudamericanas más importantes de su época. En Buenos Aires, fue una pieza clave de la escena intelectual de los años 1920 y 1930. Fundó y editó Sur, que se convirtió en la revista literaria más importante de su tiempo en América Latina, publicando textos de Jorge Luis Borges, Ernesto Sábato, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Julio Cortázar, José Ortega y Gasset, Manuel Peyrou , Albert Camus, Enrique Anderson Imbert, José Bianco, Santiago Davobe, Ezequiel Martínez Estrada, Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, Waldo Frank, Gabriela Mistral, Eduardo Mallea, Silvina Ocampo (su hermana menor), Alfonso Reyes Enrique Pezzoni y otros. Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, en colaboración con su amiga y traductora Peregrina Pastorino, editó y apoyó la revista anti-nazi Lettres Françaises dirigida por Roger Caillois. En 1946 fue la única argentina que asistió a los juicios de Nuremberg. Se convirtió en miembro de la Academia Argentina de Letras en 1976 (la primera mujer admitida en la Academia, asumió formalmente su asiento el 23 de junio de 1977). En "Villa Ocampo", su residencia en San Isidro, donada luego a la Unesco, fueron huéspedes Igor Stravinsky, André Malraux y Rabindranath Tagore además de Indira Gandhi, José Ortega y Gasset, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Ernest Ansermet, y Rafael Alberti. El lote incluye primeras ediciones, ejemplares firmados y dedicados, artículos publicados por Sur y otras revistas, libros prologados y traducidos por la autora, así como también recortes de periódico de la época. [Victoria Ocampo (April 7, 1890 - January 27, 1979) was an argentine writer and intellectual, described by Jorge Luis Borges as La mujer más argentina ("the quintessential argentine woman"). Best known as publisher of the legendary literary magazine Sur, she was also a writer and critic in her own right and one of the most prominent South American women of her time. She was founder (1931) and publisher of the magazine Sur, the most important literary magazine of its time in Latin America. Among the writers published in Sur were Jorge Luis Borges, Ernesto Sabato, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Julio Cortázar, José Ortega y Gasset, Manuel Peyrou, Albert Camus, Enrique Anderson Imbert, José Bianco, Santiago Davobe, Ezequiel Martínez Estrada, Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, Waldo Frank, Gabriela Mistral, Eduardo Mallea, Silvina Ocampo (her younger sister), Alfonso Reyes, and Enrique Pezzoni. During World War II, she supported and edited from Argentina in collaboration with her friend and translator Peregrina Pastorino, the anti-Nazi magazine "Lettres Francaises" directed by Roger Caillois and in 1946 she was the only Argentinean who attended the Nuremberg Trials. She was made a member of the Argentine Academy of Letters in 1976 (the first woman ever admitted to the Academy; she formally took her seat on June 23, 1977). At "Villa Ocampo", her house in San Isidro eventually donated to Unesco, Igor Stravinsky, André Malraux and Rabindranath Tagore had been her guests, also Indira Gandhi, José Ortega y Gasset, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Ernest Ansermet, Rafael Alberti. THE COLLECTION INCLUDES FIRST EDITIONS, SIGNED BOOKS, ARTICLES, PROLOGUES AND MAGAZINES PUBLISHED BY SUR. === COMPLETE LIST OF ITEMS, AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST] === [Libro en Español / Book in Spanish] === LITERATURA ARGENTINA - REVISTAS LITERARIAS ===. Firmado por autor. Bookseller Inventory # 040848

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