Be It Ever So Humble

Author : Scott R. MacKenzie
ISBN : 9780813933412
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"This is a first-rate book that makes a striking and original argument about British culture in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries." -- Back cover
Category: Literary Criticism

Be It Ever So Humble

Author : Dwight Thompson Farnham
ISBN : CORNELL:31924014081768
Genre : Architecture
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Be It Ever So Humble

Author : Mary Engelbreit
ISBN : 0740720856
Genre : Art
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Illustrates a poem by Ernestine Schunan-Heink.
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Be It Ever So Humble

Author : Grace Bucchianeri
ISBN : OCLC:254409081
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Third Time Lucky

Author : Tanya Huff
ISBN : 9781625671158
Genre : Fiction
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There's a lot of responsibility involved with being the most powerful wizard in the world, and Magdelene wants nothing to do with any of it. Lazy, lusty, and more likely to be found lying in the sun than casting runes or sacrificing unfortunate goats, she'd really rather avoid dealing with challenges, errant apprentices, demons, dragons, death, and bureaucracy. These seven stories include Third Time Lucky, Tanya Huff's first professional sale to George Scithers at Amazing Stories. Thirty years, thirty novels, eighty-three short stories, and one television show later, this is where it all began.
Category: Fiction

Highlandtown Revisited

Author : Gary Helton
ISBN : 0738582352
Genre : History
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Highlandtown is arguably the most colorful, eclectic, and diverse neighborhood in Baltimore. Dating from the mid-19th century, the community gained its foothold when a plethora of European immigrants settled into modest brick row houses neatly laid out on numbered streets that replaced early farms. A majority lived within sight, sound, and/or smell of the waterfront factories, foundries, and shipyards where mostly men toiled. With last names like DiPasquale, Markwood, Skurzynski, Vogler, Regan, and Schultz, each brought with them a unique language, heritage, and culture. Aromas of ethnic cooking mingled with those of nearby businesses and industries, and the air was filled with chatter in German, Italian, Polish, Russian, and heavily accented English.
Category: History

God Rest Ye Merry Soldiers

Author : James McIvor
ISBN : 9781440627316
Genre : History
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In the tradition of the bestselling Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce, the true story of a Civil War Christmas miracle In the waning days of 1862, Union and Confederate troops set up camp within earshot of one another in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Christmas had just passed, and for many of these battle-wearied young soldiers the holiday season was a melancholy reminder of the families and loved ones they’d left behind. Bands from both camps played patriotic songs in an attempt to raise spirits, a musical duel that presaged the bloody battle to come. Then, something extraordinary occurred. One of the bands began playing a popular sentimental tune called “Home Sweet Home.” Soon, bands from both sides picked up the tune, and before long thousands of Northern and Southern soldiers had joined together in song. God Rest Ye Merry, Soldiers: A True Civil War Christmas Story tells the tale of this yuletide interlude, which came at a time when the early optimism of the Civil War had given way to the bitter realities of seemingly endless bloodshed. Told through soldiers’ letters and period songs, God Rest Ye Merry, Soldiers is the hopeful and touching story of human compassion in the midst of unspeakable violence.
Category: History