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I Saw the World End

by William C. Nicholas, Jr.
Publisher: Paulist Press
Release Date: 2019-03-13
Genre: Religion
Pages: pages
ISBN 13: 1616433590
ISBN 10: 9781616433598
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Synopsis : I Saw the World End written by William C. Nicholas, Jr., published by Paulist Press which was released on 2019-03-13. Download I Saw the World End Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. (Gen 5:6–8) With each generation, the depiction ends with the total life span of the descendant, concluding with the ... During this journey he sees both heaven and hell and eventually returns to earth, where he gives instruction to his ... -- A study guide for the average reader on the apocalyptic literature in Scripture, focusing particularly on the books of Daniel and Revelation.

I Saw the World End
Language: en
Authors: William C. Nicholas, Jr.
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-03-13 - Publisher: Paulist Press

A study guide for the average reader on the apocalyptic literature in Scripture, focusing particularly on the books of Daniel and Revelation.
The Well at the World's End
Language: en
Pages: 771
Authors: William Morris
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-02-13 - Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

Long ago there was a little land, over which ruled a regulus or kinglet, who was called King Peter, though his kingdom was but little. He had four sons whose names were Blaise, Hugh, Gregory and Ralph: of these Ralph was the youngest, whereas he was but of twenty winters and one; and Blaise was the oldest and had seen thirty winters. Now it came to this at last, that to these young men the kingdom of their father seemed strait; and they longed to see the ways of other men, and to strive for life. For though they were king's sons, they had but little world's wealth; save and except good meat and drink, and enough or too much thereof; house-room of the best; friends to be merry with, and maidens to kiss, and these also as good as might be; freedom withal to come and go as they would; the heavens above them, the earth to bear them up, and the meadows and acres, the woods and fair streams, and the little hills of Upmeads, for that was the name of their country and the kingdom of King Peter.
The Well at the World's End (世界盡頭的井)
Language: en
Pages: 125
Authors: William Morris
Categories: Foreign Language Study
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-11-15 - Publisher: Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.

This anthology is a thorough introduction to classic literature for those who have not yet experienced these literary masterworks. For those who have known and loved these works in the past, this is an invitation to reunite with old friends in a fresh new format. From Shakespeare's finesse to Oscar Wilde's wit, this unique collection brings together works as diverse and influential as The Pilgrim's Progress and Othello. As an anthology that invites readers to immerse themselves in the masterpieces of the literary giants, it is must-have addition to any library.
The Well at the World's End: Historical Fantasy
Language: en
Pages: 600
Authors: William Morris
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-12-18 - Publisher: e-artnow

This eBook edition of "The Well at the World's End" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The Well at the World's End tells the story of Peter, King of Upmeads, and his four sons, Blaise, Hugh, Gregory, and Ralph. These four sons decide one day that they would like to explore the world, so their father gives them permission, except for Ralph, who is to remain at home to ensure at least one living heir. Ralph, however, secretly departs contrary to his father's orders and begins his explorations at Bourton Abbas, after which he goes through the Wood Perilous. During his explorations Ralph learns about the Well at the World's End and so begins the quest that will lead him into numerous adventures and misadventures.
The Well at World's End
Language: en
Pages: 635
Authors: William Morris
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-26 - Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

William Morris' classic 1896 adventure novel tells the tale of Ralph. the youngest prince of Upmeads, and his pursuit of the fabled well at world's end. His journey is a perilous one, however, fraught with all manner of danger. From impassioned knights who would sooner slay him than let him speak his piece, to tyrannical lords that rule over their people with an iron fist, Ralph must brave them all if he is ever to find the storied well, and return home to his family.
How will the world end?
Language: en
Pages: 96
Authors: Jeramie Rinne
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-07-08 - Publisher: The Good Book Company

We love our friends and family, and we long for God to be working in their lives. But when it comes to praying for them, often we don't quite know what to ask for. Or our requests to God on their behalf feel shallow, repetitive and stuck in a rut. That's where this little book is designed to help. It will equip you to pray powerful prayers for the people you love-prayers that really change things, because they're based on God's word. Each spread takes a passage of Scripture and suggests 5 things to pray for a person in your life. Because when we pray in line with God's priorities as found in his word, our prayers are powerful and effective (James 5 v 16)-and that's a truly thrilling prospect. Use this book in any number of ways: work through it as part of your daily quiet time, or pick it up whenever someone you know is in particular need of prayer.
The Enchantress of World's End
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Lin Carter
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-12-05 - Publisher: Hachette UK

Gondwane . . . In the last days of Earth, the continents drifted together again after aeons of separation, and that was Gondwane. Gondwane . . . When all the kingdoms of all the peoples of Earth had come and gone and new ones arose, it was on Gondwane they created their ephemeral glories. On Gondwane, amid the turmoil of the last wars and the last quests and the last efforts of scientists and alchemists, there arose one final hero, the mighty Ganelon Silvermane.
The Well at World's End
Language: en
Pages: 480
Authors: Neil Gunn
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-07-01 - Publisher: Canongate Books

Introduced by J.B. Pick. The Well at the World’s End is a tour de force which plays with images and ideas in the search for philosophical truth. Taking as its anchor the concept of the well, it graduates from the physical to the mythical to the illusory and metaphorical, bringing us at last to a vision of the well as a source of personal power. Peter is a man searching for his lost youth, and during the course of the novel he finds, if not youth itself, then spiritual rejuvenation. In a light-hearted search for the well at the world’s end he wanders off among the hills, entering a realm of difference and different values people by Highlanders, each of whom unknowingly teach him about life and about himself. Neil Gunn was born in 1891, son of a fishing boat skipper from Dunbeath in Caithness. He spent part of his boyhood in Galloway where he worked in the Excise service until 1937. He is widely recognised as one of the major figures of the Scottish Literary Renaissance.
Wagner in Retrospect
Language: en
Pages: 241
Authors: Leroy Robert Shaw, Nancy Rockmore Cirillo, Marion S. Miller
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 1987 - Publisher: Rodopi

Books about Wagner in Retrospect
The Life of Richard Wagner
Language: en
Pages: 672
Authors: Ernest Newman
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-03-20 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Ernest Newman's four-volume Life of Wagner, originally published between 1933 and 1947, remains a classic work of biography. The culmination of forty years' research on the composer and his works (Newman's first Study of Wagner was first published in 1899), these books present a detailed portrait of perhaps the most influential, the most controversial and the most frequently reviled composer in the whole history of western music. Newman was aware that no biography can ever claim to be complete or completely accurate: 'The biographer can at no stage hope to have reached the final truth. All he can do is to make sure that whatever statement he may make, whatever conclusion he may come to, shall be based on the whole of the evidence available at the time of writing.' In this aim he triumphantly succeeds. Volume 2 covers the years 1848 to 1860.
The Consolations of History: Themes of Progress and Potential in Richard Wagner’s Gotterdammerung
Language: en
Pages: 178
Authors: Alexander H. Shapiro
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-10-16 - Publisher: Routledge

In this book on Richard Wagner’s compelling but enigmatic masterpiece Götterdämmerung, the final opera of his monumental Ring tetralogy, Alexander H. Shapiro advances an ambitious new interpretation which uncovers intriguing new facets to the work’s profound insights into the human condition. By taking a fresh look at the philosophical and historical influences on Wagner, and critically reevaluating the composer’s intellectual worldview as revealed in his own prose works, letters, and diary entries, the book challenges a number of conventional views that continue to impede a clear understanding of this work’s meaning. The book argues that Götterdämmerung, and hence the Ring as a whole, achieves coherence when interpreted in terms of contemporary nineteenth-century theories of progress, and, in particular, G.W.F. Hegel’s philosophies of mind and history. A central target of the book is the article of faith that has come to dominate Wagner scholarship over the years – that Wagner’s encounter in 1854 with Arthur Schopenhauer’s philosophy conclusively altered the final message of the Ring from one of historical optimism to existential pessimism. The author contends that Schopenhauer’s uncompromising denigration of the will and denial of the possibility for human progress find no place in the written text of the Ring or in a plausible reading of the final musical setting. In its place, the author discovers in the famous Immolation Scene a celebration of mankind’s inexhaustible capacity for self-improvement and progress. The author makes the further compelling case that this message of progress is communicated not through Siegfried, the traditional male hero of the drama, but through Brünnhilde, the warrior goddess who becomes a mortal woman. In her role as a battle-tested world-historical prophet she is the true revolutionary change agent of Wagner’s opera who has the strength and vision to comprehend and thereby shape human history. This highly lucid and accessible study is aimed not only at scholars and researchers in the fields of opera studies, music and philosophy, and music history, but also Wagner enthusiasts, and readers and students interested in the history and philosophy of the nineteenth century.
The Boy from World's End
Language: en
Pages: 382
Authors: David Smith
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-02-23 - Publisher: FriesenPress

The Boy from World’s End is a detailed and honest account of the life and experiences of David Smith. The book traces David’s early education in England, focusing on his experiences of wartime evacuation and life in a remote rural setting at a place known as World’s End Farm. When an exciting overseas journey takes David to begin a new life in Canada, he experiences the difficulties related to being an immigrant, but finds inspiration and encouragement that transforms his life into one dedicated to learning and growth. In these pages, David paints a vivid picture of his past, sharing stories from his family life, as well as the course of his higher education, which led him into his career as a university professor: a role in which he flourished as teacher, author, and administrator. Scattered throughout are stories of the interests, hobbies, and pastimes that enriched his life. While David aspires to share his life story with family, friends and colleagues, his narrative imparts valuable insights for all who read his story. He encourages readers to “know themselves”, that is, to be explicitly aware of the values that guide them through life and to weigh them in its ever-changing circumstances. And he always brings his story back down to earth, reminding us to adopt creative pursuits that connect us with nature and that help us to work through life’s inevitable quandaries and opportunities.