Peace At Last In Paradise

Author: Ananda Guruge
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781463418380
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Volume two: Serendipity of Andrew George chronicles the best of times since
independence—the decade of the sixties, a time of peace and development in
the country. It features the great grand son of the scholar monk (hero of the Free
at Last in Paradise). He is an American Anthropology Professor on a Fulbright
research scholarship who accidentally ended up discovering his roots in Ceylon,
that were otherwise unknown to him. The story step by step unravels his ancestry
in a ...

Free At Last In Paradise

Author: Ananda W. P. Guruge
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452021309
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It offers a unique perspective of the genesis, progress and end of the conÀicted
era. It then continues on to project a scenario, of peace and progress, that is to
ensue in the three decades to come. In volume three, Guruge returns to present
us with a spellbinding sentimental story that displays the full range of human
emotions. A story born of tragic circumstances of the demise of the World Trade
Center, encompasses all the strains of race and class that pervaded through the
fabric of Sri ...

Peace At Last

Author: Jason Leen
Publisher: Illumination Arts Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780935699005
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Jason Leen describes his own visions of John Lennon's death and after-death experiences such as passing through the tunnel of light and his emotional reunion with his mother, taking readers through a fascinating series of purifications and ...

The Earthy Paradise December The Golden Apples The Fostering Of Aslaug January Bellerophon At Argos The Ring Given To Venus February Bellerophon In Lycia The Hill Of Venus Epilogue L Envoi

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Look at me, father ! I have been a knight, And held my own 'mid men : such as I
kneel Before thee now, amidst a hopeless fight Have I stood firm against the
hedge of steel, Casting aside all hope of life and weal For nought — because folk
deemed I would do so, Though nought there was to gain or win unto. " Yet before
thee an old man small and weak I quail indeed : not because thou art great, Not
because God through thy thin pipe doth speak, As all folk trow : but, rather, that
man's ...

The Earthly Paradise

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... God's scorn shall fall in all their weight Upon my love when I have spoken out.
— — Yea, let me bide a minute more in doubt ! " Man hates it and God scorns,
and I, e'en I — — How shall I hate my love and scorn my love ? Weak, weak are
words — but, O my misery ! More hate than man's hate in my soul doth move ;.
Greater my scorn than scorn of God above — And yet I love on. — Is the pain
enow That thou some hope unto my heart mayst show ? — " Some hope of peace
at last ...

Paradise Alley

Author: Kevin Baker
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061748986
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My stomach lurches and my poor heavy head feels as if it will topple like a twelve
-pound shot from my shoulders and roll up and down the aisle of the car, at
peace at last. I jump down at the next corner, deciding it will be quicker to make
my way to the newspaper by foot. The cars should operate on steam, of course,
but after several spectacular crashes, the Common Council banned all
locomotives south of Forty-second Street. Instead, they are unhitched from their
engines at the ...

Rascals In Paradise

Author: James A. Michener
Publisher: Dial Press Trade Paperback
ISBN: 0804151512
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The doctor delays the burial until unmistakable signs of dissolution have set in,
which happens very speedily under a tropic sun. Officers from the Génil, also
dressed in uniform, come in their boats, and stand at attention around the open
coffin. Little Tani [Rabardy's Melanesian wife], bowed with grief, sobs her heart
out at the foot of the bier; Fijian ministers chant their dirges. Rabardy, lying there,
is at last at peace, is at last free from the ever present terror of assassination. . . . “
Tani wept ...

A Combat Artist In World War Ii

Author: Edward Reep
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813164443
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CHAPTER THIRTEEN Peace at Last Whenever I journeyed to the front, it proved
impossible to foresee what lay ahead or estimate the time I would be gone from
the Historical Section. When finally I would head for “home,” the entire Fifth Army
headquarters was likely to have moved, pulling the artists and historians along
and then assigning them to some other remote, peripheral area. I would have to
make numerous inquiries in order to discover where my personal belongings had

The Edge Of Paradise

Author: Martin de Lange
Publisher: Monarch Books
ISBN: 0857212702
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Even as I struggled once again under the weight of all our worldly possessions in
traveling bags, I couldn't help but realize that the emotional weight of caring for
my family in another country was being lifted from my shoulders. Here,
surrounded by the people we most loved in the world and in a familiar
environment, I at last felt at peace. I looked across at Petro and saw the same
relief on her face. In tears, my mom fought her way through the crowd to wrap me
in her arms. “I'm so glad ...

For The Master S Sake A Story Of The Days Of Queen Mary

Author: Emily Sarah Holt
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465582487
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... before occurred since Adam andEve quitted Paradise. Agnes was asked
towhat she expected tocome inthis life, andwhere sheexpected to go after it.
When Mistress Winter became weary of scolding, which was not soon, Joan
tookup the tale,and when she was tired Dorothy succeeded, and asallwere gifted
withconsiderable powersofspeech, theball was kept going untilbedtime. Then
Agneswas allowedto creep to her coarse rugand bundle ofstraw, feeling herselfin
peace at last.