Atlas Rising

Atlas Rising

I stood up. “Hey!” All heads turned to the man holding Alec's small body in his arms. “Hyperion!” Terence yelled at the man. If my Greek history was correct, I was relatively sure that Hyperion was another Titan.

Author: Becca C. Smith

Publisher: Red Frog Publishing

ISBN: 9781949877212

Category: Fiction

Page: 447

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Kala Hicks has been Atlas for 300 years, committing unspeakable acts every four days to keep the world spinning, and she’s mentally exhausted. Her only shred of hope to end it is a prophecy that says the Atlas curse will be broken by Chelsan Derée. Upon Kala seeing her newest mission in a vision, she knows it’s finally time. Chelsan, on the other hand, not only has no idea that gods, demons and angels exist, but that she is the one person in the entire world who can break Kala’s curse, and she has zero clue as to how to do it. What’s worse is that Kala’s newest mission is something that Chelsan would destroy everything in her path to make sure that Kala fails at. Will Chelsan fulfill the prophecy to save Kala from her curse? Or will she let the world burn to save the one she loves most?
Categories: Fiction

Hyperion

Hyperion

"One Reddit prompt, a few months of writing, and plenty of creative history later: Hyperion.Tartarus was sealed and the Titans were left, not forgotten but very much unwanted.Now, they are freed.They are in a world that they don't recognize ...

Author: Jack Rambler

Publisher:

ISBN: 1980752311

Category:

Page: 361

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"You are an immortal sentenced to 1000 years of imprisonment. After 200, your prison is forgotten. After 10,000 years, it is rediscovered."One Reddit prompt, a few months of writing, and plenty of creative history later: Hyperion.Tartarus was sealed and the Titans were left, not forgotten but very much unwanted.Now, they are freed.They are in a world that they don't recognize, pursued by gods that seek their power, and very angry. After three thousand years underground they take on the challenge of this new world. In true Titan fashion, they do so head on and with no subtlety.Special thanks to all the Reddit readers who made this possible, the beta readers who made it better, and to every reader for coming along!
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Rick Riordan

Rick Riordan

... (Hyperion, 2012) oLympians seRies The Lightning Thief (Hyperion, 2005) The 39 cLues seRies The Sea of Monsters (Hyperion, 2006) The Maze of Bones (Scholastic, 2008) The Titan's Curse (Hyperion, 2007) Vespers Rising (Scholastic, ...

Author: Sue Corbett

Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9781608709427

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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Rick Riordan is an American novelist whose works have been translated into 37 languages. He has won numerous awards including several Children�s Choice Book Awards and the Mark Twain Award. This book is a celebration of the author and provides interviews with Riordan, his family, and colleagues. Excerpts from his popular works are included along with a list of Riordan�s professional influences. In this book, readers will experience what it was like for this author to go from former English teacher, to a famous author whose books have sold more than 30 million copies in the U.S.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Odes of John Keats

The Odes of John Keats

Just as Hyperion's reaction to the fall of his brother - Titans was to become sick at heart , so Moneta and Keats ... positive change in the rise of the Olympians ; his invention failed him as he attempted the deifying of Apollo .

Author: Helen Vendler

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674630769

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 348

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Argues that Keat's six odes form a sequence, identifies their major themes, and provides detailed interpretations of the poems' philosophy, mythological references, and lyric structures
Categories: Literary Criticism

Male Envy

Male Envy

The way the plot of these fragments is constructed , with the titan Hyperion falling from power and the young god Apollo rising up to take his place , could hardly avoid probing the code of Male Envy as a central theme .

Author: Mervyn Nicholson

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 0739100629

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 284

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Defining male envy as "the hostility males feel for other males," the author explores how envy, while a taboo topic in everyday life, has (from the Romantic period onward) been given a thorough treatment by literature and looks at what that treatment reveals about the role of envy in competition, warfare, and civilization. Discussing works ranging from Ivanhoe to The Shining he looks at envy as a coded subtext inherent in a vast range of human conflict. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Categories: Literary Criticism

John Keats

John Keats

His speech to the Titans gives a legitimate , even a needed , answer ; but , whatever else may be said of it , it is ... Rising with pleasure at their response ( " What , have I rous'd / Your spleens with so few simple words as these ?

Author: Walter Jackson Bate

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674020561

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 780

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The life of Keats provides a unique opportunity for the study of literary greatness and of what permits or encourages its development. Its interest is deeply human and moral, in the most capacious sense of the words. In this authoritative biography--the first full-length life of Keats in almost forty years--the man and the poet are portrayed with rare insight and sympathy. In spite of a scarcity of factual data for his early years, the materials for Keats's life are nevertheless unusually full. Since most of his early poetry has survived, his artistic development can be observed more closely than is possible with most writers; and there are times during the period of his greatest creativity when his personal as well as his artistic life can be followed week by week. The development of Keats's poetic craftsmanship proceeds simultaneously with the steady growth of qualities of mind and character. Mr. Bate has been concerned to show the organic relationship between the poet's art and his larger, more broadly humane development. Keats's great personal appeal--his spontaneity, vigor, playfulness, and affection--are movingly recreated; at the same time, his valiant attempt to solve the problem faced by all modern poets when they attempt to achieve originality and amplitude in the presence of their great artistic heritage is perceptively presented. In discussing this matter, Mr. Bate says, The pressure of this anxiety and the variety of reactions to it constitute one of the great unexplored factors in the history of the arts since 1750. And in no major poet, near the beginning of the modern era, is this problem met more directly than it is in Keats. The way in which Keats was somehow able, after the age of twenty-two, to confront this dilemma, and to transcend it, has fascinated every major poet who has used the English language since Keats's death and also every major critic since the Victorian era. Mr. Bate has availed himself of all new biographical materials, published and unpublished, and has used them selectively and without ostentation, concentrating on the things that were meaningful to Keats. Similarly, his discussions of the poetry are not buried beneath the controversies of previous critics. He approaches the poems freshly and directly, showing their relation to Keats's experience and emotions, to premises and values already explored in the biographical narrative. The result is a book of many dimensions, not a restricted critical or biographical study but a fully integrated whole.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Classic Myths in English Literature

The Classic Myths in English Literature

See Robert Buchanan , Cloudland , " One like a Titan cold , " etc .; Keats , Hyperion . In Art . Helios ( Hyperion ) rising from the sea : sculpture of eastern pediment of the frieze of the Parthenon ( British Museum ) . - § 18.

Author: Charles Mills Gayley

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3932959

Category: English literature

Page: 638

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Categories: English literature

Hyperionides A Conservative Review of Current Affairs

Hyperionides  A Conservative Review of Current Affairs

Hyperion was one of the twelve Titans. Editors' Introduction Hyperionides is intended for people who have a high level of interest in current affairs, ... Landon Newsom was lead singer in a rising band in the music industry.

Author: Douglas Bulloch

Publisher: Hyperionides

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 51

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Hyperionides is intended for people who have a high level of interest in current affairs, are generally well-informed, and choose to think independently. Hyperionides, meaning “son of Hyperion”, is an epithet of Helios, the Greek Sun-god. The review appeals to opening rather than to closing the intellectual discussion. Therefore, despite a small-c “conservative” orientation, it eschews having any particular political line. Rather, it re-invigorates the old style of discourse, where the content of ideas mattered more than formulaic declarations intended to demonstrate one’s moral superiority. The contents of No 1 exemplify the sort of thing that the review seeks to publish.
Categories: Political Science

LEMURIA ATLANTIS INDONESIA

LEMURIA ATLANTIS INDONESIA

... Helios, Titan of the sun god, Hyperion, Titan of the god of light, Neaera, goddess of the rising sun, Fanes, protogenoi of light and life, described by "golden wings", surrounded by Zodiac signs and likened to Mithras Theia, ...

Author: Santo Saba Piliang

Publisher: Santo Saba Piliang

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 470

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LEMURIA ATLANTIS INDONESIA,the three preceding advanced civilizations that have ever existed on earth are in Indonesia, this is proof as well as a track record of its progress
Categories: Art

Romantic Medicine and John Keats

Romantic Medicine and John Keats

This is Hyperion's sick dream of premonition of the Titans' fall to extinction. ... spectres in cold gloom rising from a leveled mirror of the void, hollow effigies or monstrous forms of prior pain—or, hulks deformed by the passage of ...

Author: Hermione De Almeida

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195063073

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 429

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Using original research in scientific treatises, philosophical manuscripts, and political documents, this pioneering study describes the neglected era of revolutionary medicine in Europe through the writings of the English poet and physician, John Keats. De Almeida explores the four primary concerns of Romantic medicine--the physician's task, the meaning of life, the prescription of disease and health, and the evolution of matter and mind--and reveals their expression in Keats's poetry and thought. By delineating a distinct but unknown era in the history of medicine, charting the poet's milieu within this age, and providing close reading of his poems in these contexts, Romantic Medicine and John Keats illustrates the interdisciplinary bonds between the two healing arts of the Romantic period: medicine and poetry.
Categories: Business & Economics