Yona of the Dawn

Yona of the Dawn Author Mizuho Kusanagi
ISBN-10 9781421598796
Release 2017-08-01
Pages 190
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In order to free the port town of Awa from an evil tyrant, Yona and her friends team up with Jaeha, the Green Dragon, and his fellow pirates. While Hak and the others are fighting Yang Kum-ji’s forces, Yona and Yun infiltrate a human trafficking operation! When the enemy closes in and things look dire, what will Yona do? -- VIZ Media



Yona of the Dawn

Yona of the Dawn Author Mizuho Kusanagi
ISBN-10 9781421594606
Release 2016-12-06
Pages 190
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Yona and Hak set out on a journey to find a priest who can see the future. After they get severely injured falling from a cliff, a boy named Yun and his guardian Ik-su nurse them back to health—and Ik-su happens to be a priest! When Yona tells him that she wishes to protect the lives of those who are precious to her, what path will Ik-su show her? -- VIZ Media



Focus On 100 Most Popular American Video Game Actresses

Focus On  100 Most Popular American Video Game Actresses Author Wikipedia contributors
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Release 2017-12-08
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New Dawn

New Dawn Author Helen Sendyk
ISBN-10 0815607350
Release 2002
Pages 200
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Continuing her memoir of the Holocaust begun in the earlier "The End of Days," the author tells of her liberation from the camps, her efforts to get to Palestine to help found the state of Israel, and her first ten years in Israel.



The Labor of Life

The Labor of Life Author Hanoch Levin
ISBN-10 0804748586
Release 2003
Pages 310
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Israeli playwright and director Hanoch Levin was one of the most original and innovative writers of his generation. Although Levin is familiar within the Israeli cultural context--and despite the steadily growing stream of literary and theatrical research of his oeuvre--there are few resources on his work available outside of Israel. The present volume, containing a selection of ten of his plays, is the first comprehensive effort to present this unique playwright and director to a broad readership. Levin's artistic credo was based on a constant urge to criticize Israeli society and its mainstream ideology while simultaneously confronting the basic human and existential issues of life and death. A whole generation of Israeli theater audiences has grown up on Levin's performances with all their paradoxical complexities. At this point, just a few years after his death from cancer in 1999 at the age of 56, it may not be possible to evaluate the full impact of his work. But this volume will contribute significantly to scholarship in this direction and to the appreciation of Levin's unique style.



The Feather of Ma at

The Feather of Ma at Author MJ Mauborgne
ISBN-10 9781463001803
Release 2014-09-29
Pages 1
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This two-parts historical novel retells the life story of Berenike, daughter of Ptolemy II, from her golden youth as a princess in Alexandria to her tragic fate as queen of Syria. Third century BC Alexandria is the first truly cosmopolitan city. In the aftermath of Alexander’s conquests, the dominant Greek civilization tunes up with Egypt’s older culture. The innovative establishment of the cult of Serapis embodies the will of the Ptolemies to unite their kingdom. The Great Library and Museum attracts the world’s intelligentsia, from the far reaches of India to the confines of Celtic Europe. The Egyptian natives live in a slum in the eastern part of the city, in what was the ancient fishermen settlement of Rakhotis; on the western part of town, a vibrant Jewish community prospered and accounted for a third of the population of Alexandria. The story begins when King Ptolemy’s sister, Arsinoë, returns from exile to her native city of Alexandria. The ambitious and manipulative woman will stop at nothing to regain power and authority. She intrigues to eliminate the king’s wife and eventually will marry her own brother according to the Egyptian custom. Meanwhile, the central character, Yona Dharmaraksita, ambassador of the Empire of Maurya, is sent on a diplomatic mission to Alexandria. Upon his arrival, he will cross path with Arsinoë on the day Ptolemy’s youngest son is murdered in mysterious circumstances. Yona is caught in the middle of the intrigue. More murders are committed, and it is only on the last page of the book that the mystery will be unraveled. It is also a story of coming of age complicated by familial and political intrigues. In part two, we follow the destitute queen in her exile and discover the provincial life of Southern Egypt. Far removed from the Greek overlords, life goes on as it has for millennia, with its strange mysticism and stranger characters.



My Father s Paradise

My Father s Paradise Author Ariel Sabar
ISBN-10 9781565129962
Release 2009-10-13
Pages 345
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In a remote corner of the world, forgotten for nearly three thousand years, lived an enclave of Kurdish Jews so isolated that they still spoke Aramaic, the language of Jesus. Mostly illiterate, they were self-made mystics and gifted storytellers and humble peddlers who dwelt in harmony with their Muslim and Christian neighbors in the mountains of northern Iraq. To these descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel, Yona Sabar was born. Yona's son Ariel grew up in Los Angeles, where Yona had become an esteemed professor, dedicating his career to preserving his people’s traditions. Ariel wanted nothing to do with his father’s strange immigrant heritage—until he had a son of his own. Ariel Sabar brings to life the ancient town of Zakho, discovering his family’s place in the sweeping saga of Middle-Eastern history. This powerful book is an improbable story of tolerance and hope set in what today is the very center of the world’s attention.



A Simple Story

A Simple Story Author Shmuel Yosef Agnon
ISBN-10 0815606184
Release 1985
Pages 246
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A small town in southern Poland is the scene of this bittersweet romance set at the turn of the century. Celebrated Israeli novelist, S. Y. Agnon draws on techniques perfected by Gustave Flaubert and Thomas Mann to contrast the hero's romantic longings with the interests in bourgeois society.



Wherever You Go A Novel

Wherever You Go  A Novel Author Joan Leegant
ISBN-10 9780393081527
Release 2010-07-12
Pages 253
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“Timely and brave. . . . Leegant is a masterful weaver.”—Miami Herald Yona Stern has traveled from New York to Israel to make amends with her estranged sister, a stoic ideologue and mother of five who has dedicated herself to the radical West Bank settlement cause. Yona’s personal life resembles nothing of her sister’s, but it isn’t politics that drove the two apart. Now a respected Jerusalem Talmud teacher, Mark Greenglass was once a drug dealer saved by an eleventh-hour turn to Orthodox Judaism. But for reasons he can’t understand, he’s lost his once fervent religious passion. Is he through with God? Is God through with him? Enter Aaron Blinder, a year-abroad dropout with a history of failure whose famous father endlessly—some say obsessively—mines the Holocaust for his best-selling, melodramatic novels. Desperate for approval, Aaron finds a home on the violent fringe of Israeli society, with unforeseen and devastating consequences. In a sweeping, beautifully written story, Joan Leegant, winner of the PEN New England Book Award and the Edward Lewis Wallant Award, and a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award, weaves together three lives caught in the grip of a volatile and demanding faith. Emotionally wrenching and unmistakably timely, Wherever You Go shines a light on one of the most disturbing elements in Israeli society: Jewish extremist groups and their threat to the modern, democratic state. This is a stunningly prescient novel.



The Jewish Oil Magnates of Galicia

The Jewish Oil Magnates of Galicia Author Julien Hirszhaut
ISBN-10 9780773584020
Release 2015-07-01
Pages 522
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The near-annihilation of Europe's Jews in the Second World War destroyed not only much of their history, but also knowledge of the contributions they made to the regions in which they lived. In The Jewish Oil Magnates of Galicia, Valerie Schatzker rescues the almost-forgotten story of the Jews who became the "wildcatters" and oil barons in one of the world's first petroleum industries. Combining a history of Galicia's petroleum industry with an annotated English translation of Julien Hirszhaut's Yiddish novel Di yiddishe naftmagnatn (The Jewish Oil Magnates), Schatzker traces the near-century-long boom and bust cycle that took place in the Austro-Hungarian province - from the perilous, back-breaking work of digging for oil by hand, to the introduction of the Canadian drill that increased production. Galician Jews worked in the industry from its beginning to its final days under German occupation. They were pioneers in exploration, refining, and marketing, and in the first part of the twentieth century were prominent among its technical, scientific, and managerial leaders. After the First World War, as borders shifted and minorities clashed, oil resources declined. During the Second World War, Nazi occupiers, using Jewish slave labourers, squeezed out the last barrels for their war effort. Schatzker’s study and Hirszhaut’s novel illuminate and inform each other: her monograph provides the historical context for the novel and his novel provides colour and detail, personalizing the history. Together, they offer a valuable glimpse into Jewish life in a vanished era.



Cevrimici Kiz

Cevrimici Kiz Author Zoe Sugg
ISBN-10 6053435805
Release 2015-06-01
Pages 360
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Spoken Chamorro

Spoken Chamorro Author Donald M. Topping
ISBN-10 0824804171
Release 1980-01-01
Pages 366
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Spoken Chamorro is designed to enable the student to learn to speak and understand the Chamorro language the way native speakers do in their everyday activities. This second edition has been revised to incorporate the spelling conventions adopted by the Marianas Orthography Committee in January 1971, and suggestions made by teachers who have used the text in the classroom.



Folklore and Literature

Folklore and Literature Author MANUEL DE COSTA FONTES
ISBN-10 0791444929
Release 2000-03-09
Pages 327
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Explores how modern folklore, through its preservation of ballads and folktales, supplements our understanding of the oral tradition and enhances our knowledge of early literature.



Dictionary of P li Proper Names N H

Dictionary of P  li Proper Names  N H Author Gunapala Piyasena Malalasekera
ISBN-10 8120830229
Release 1937
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En Karanlik Fisilti

En Karanlik Fisilti Author Gena Showalter
ISBN-10 6053433810
Release 2014-08-01
Pages 416
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The Mandala

The Mandala Author Gui Jie Zhang
ISBN-10 9781634480611
Release 2014-08-19
Pages 212
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Guru and Ban are twin brothers born into a Christian family. They both remember past lives, in which Guru was a Buddhist monk and Ban was an American army chaplain. Reincarnation may be unheard of in Christianity, but the belief is less important than the way we live our present lives. The adventures of Guru and Ban will show you that it is possible for Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, and other beliefs to lead their members into a covenant of mutual respect, love, and sharing. The brothers will challenge you to re-examine your ideas about good and evil, your place in Creation, and your own resurrection. Then, whatever conclusions you reach or beliefs you settle on, you will always be welcome to come and worship at the Green Church in Shalom City.



From the Holocaust to a New Dawn

From the Holocaust to a New Dawn Author Daṿid Shaḥar
ISBN-10 9789652295460
Release 2011
Pages 189
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The memories of David Shachar are a journey through the tunnel of time: from wanderings in Poland to the life of a refugee in World War II, and on to a soldier's life fighting the Nazis. After the war, while studying radio electronics in Paris, David cut his studies short and came to Israel to fight in the War of Independence. A few years later, David and his wife, Chaya, answered Ben-Gurion s call to settle the country "from the city to the frontier," and they moved to the development town of Kiryat Shmona. He worked tirelessly to advance the developing city, using his qualifications and abilities to build up technology in the border area. Years later, David Shachar served as a senior representative of the Israel Aircraft Industries with the Ministry of Defense and did much to develop and advance Israel s defense industry. David never lost sight of his memories of World War II and devoted himself to memorializing the bravery of the 30,000 Jewish soldiers who fell in the Polish army. On his initiative, the outstanding monument in their memory was established at the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. In the words of Ephraim Kaye of Yad Vashem, David s story of rebirth is one of unprecedented creativity, courage and self-sacrifice that is the essence of Israel today. This inspiring autobiography is a must-read. "Through tragedy and war and a desire for peace, the life story of David Shachar serves as a model for our times."