A Story I Am in

A Story I Am in

Presents a retrospective collection of poetry covering five collections published over four decades.

Author: James Berry

Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Limited

ISBN: 185224917X

Category: Poetry

Page: 208

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Presents a retrospective collection of poetry covering five collections published over four decades.
Categories: Poetry

Your Story Matters

Your Story Matters

You'll realize that pursuing your story is also a pursuit of meaning in this
wearisome life. Which means it's also a search for magic, for divine surprise,
perhaps even a glimpse of God. Why does this practice of unearthing the truth of
our stories ...

Author: Leslie Leyland Fields

Publisher: NavPress Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781641582193

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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Your Story Matters presents a dynamic and spiritually formative process for understanding and redeeming the past in order to live well in the present and into the future. Leslie Leyland Fields has used and taught this practical and inspiring writing process for decades, helping people from all walks of life to access memory and sift through the truth of their stories. This is not just a book for writers. Each one of us has a story, and understanding God's work in our stories is a vital part of our faith. Through the spiritual practice of writing, we can "remember" his acts among us, "declare his glory among the nations," and pass on to others what we have witnessed of God in this life: the mysterious, the tragic, the miraculous, the ordinary. With a companion video curriculum from RightNow Media, this is a "why not" book as opposed to a "how to" book. Leslie asks each of us an important question: "Why not learn to tell your story, in the context of the grander story of God?"
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The ornaments discovered a story By the author of Aunt Mary s Tales i e Mary Robson afterwards Hughes etc

The ornaments discovered  a story  By the author of  Aunt Mary s Tales   i e  Mary Robson  afterwards Hughes   etc

No , Sir , ” said she , “ I was not always good , for once I told a story , and my aunt
Jane did not love me for a great many days , and I was very unhappy . " “ That
was indeed naughty ; but you will never tell another story , I am sure . ” “ I hope
not ...

Author: afterwards HUGHES ROBSON (Mary)

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0021861517

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Page: 12

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The Story of Viteau

The Story of Viteau

If you should care to hear the whole story, straight and true, —and I should like
much to tell it to you, that you may take it to your mistress,—come closer and
listen.” The squire, anxious enough to hear, rode close to the gate; the men
crowded ...

Author: Frank Richard Stockton

Publisher:

ISBN: 9783752432374

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Page: 108

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Thorney Hall a story of an old family

Thorney Hall  a story of an old family

It was not a countenance calculated to create a bad impression : I was agreeably
surprised , and began to think the stories I had heard of his unfeeling disposition
were exaggerated . Aunt Thomasine rang the bell for supper , and went out to ...

Author: Holme LEE (pseud. [i.e. Miss Harriet Parr.])

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017456817

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The Story of Hannah

The Story of Hannah

I am in the second volume of a most fascinating story . Even if you do not read
novels — and I haven ' t seen one in your hand since you have been here — you
will be interested in this . Probably you have never read many novels .

Author: Mrs. Nathaniel Conklin

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101066457712

Category:

Page: 430

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The story of my heart my autobiography

The story of my heart  my autobiography

... and quickens , striving to take to itself the largeness of the heaven . The frame
cannot expand , but the soul is able to stand before it . No giant ' s body could be
in ro proportion to the earth , but a little spirit is 106 THE STORY OF MY HEART .

Author: Richard Jefferies

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590536633

Category:

Page: 158

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The Art of the Story Teller

The Art of the Story Teller

"Is it so essential to the story to know the exact number of goats that passed over,
that if one error be made the story can proceed no further?" "Even so," said
Sancho Panza. 8. The danger of overexplanation is fatal to the artistic success of
any ...

Author: Marie L. Shedlock

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4057664618771

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 134

"The Art of the Story-Teller" by Marie L. Shedlock. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Categories: Fiction

The Story Teller Or Table Book of Popular Literature

The Story Teller  Or  Table Book of Popular Literature

... although a little impatient , and not chimney , the floor , and the furniture - some
loud , over - fond of listening to my fine stories — the more like the thunder - peal ;
some sweet as the music of loss to her still loves me sincerely , and makes the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112088967242

Category: Fiction

Page:

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The Story of a Shell

The Story of a Shell

... form of the animal ; but I had scarcely seized it , when all its fibres seemed to
clasp my hand , covering it as with bird - lime : and scarcely had I felt it in all its
freshness ( for it is very cold to the touch ) , when it seemed THE STORY OF A
SHELL .

Author: John Ross Macduff

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433010896250

Category: Children

Page: 265

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The Story of Francis Cludde

The Story of Francis Cludde

I felt he had more in his mind than appeared , and I obeyed ; growing ashamed
now of my panic , and looking forward with no very pleasant feelings to hearing
the story narrated . But when we reached the house , and found Master Bertie
and ...

Author: Stanley John Weyman

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HNP75M

Category:

Page: 288

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The Story of the Gadsbys

The Story of the Gadsbys

Author: Rudyard Kipling

Publisher: National Publishing Company

ISBN: NYPL:33433074873674

Category: Fiction

Page: 173

View: 322

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The story of Helen Troy by the author of Golden rod

The story of Helen Troy  by the author of  Golden rod

... and consideration for others , in the difficult art of tea - making , I have rarely
seen surpassed . ” “ You never praised me before you came to your third cup ,
until now ! ” said Helen , merrily . “ You will give me some tea , too , for the story I
 ...

Author: Constance Cary Harrison

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:600061671

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Them Also the Story of the Dublin Mission

Them Also  the Story of the Dublin Mission

... of their ideas on the subject before them , and by this means to keep alive an
intelligent attention ; and certainly the object was fully gained . For instance , as I
approached one of the classes THE STORY OF THE DUBLIN MISSION . 119.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433070779545

Category: Missions, Protestant

Page: 272

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Categories: Missions, Protestant

The Story of the Patriarchs With a Preface by the Rev W Marsh

The Story of the Patriarchs  With a Preface by the Rev  W  Marsh

Before I go on with my story , I wish , children , to say a few words to you . There is
no timidity or weakness lurking in your hearts which you may not take to Jesus .
He knows the frailty of nature ; and when the heart beats quick , and the cheek ...

Author: Theodora Elizabeth LYNCH

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017102949

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The Story of Kaspar Hauser from Authentic Records

The Story of Kaspar Hauser from Authentic Records

The account was published in several German newspapers , and although but
little notice was taken of the strange story at the time , the incident served to alarm
the conspirators and lead them to find another and a safer asylum for the royal ...

Author: Elizabeth Edson Gibson Evans

Publisher: London : S. Sonnenschein

ISBN: HARVARD:32044014404065

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Page: 188

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