The Well

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ISBN: 9781782114659
Release Date: 2015-03-05
Number of pages: 400
Author: Catherine Chanter
Publisher: Canongate Books

Download and read online The Well in PDF and EPUB A RICHARD AND JUDY BOOK CLUB READ AN OBSERVER NEW FACE OF FICTION 2015 A HUFFINGTON POST 'ONE TO WATCH IN 2015' LONGLISTED FOR THE CWA JOHN CREASEY (NEW BLOOD) DAGGER 2015 'I was gripped by Catherine Chanter's The Well immediately. The beauty of her prose is riveting, the imagery so assured. This is an astonishing debut' Sarah Winman, author of When God was a Rabbit 'I loved this book!' JESSIE BURTON, author of The Miniaturist When Ruth Ardingly and her family first drive up from London in their grime-encrusted car and view The Well, they are enchanted by a jewel of a place, a farm that appears to offer everything the family are searching for. An opportunity for Ruth. An escape for Mark. A home for their grandson Lucien. But The Well's unique glory comes at a terrible price. The locals suspect foul play in its verdant fields and drooping fruit trees, and Ruth becomes increasingly isolated as she struggles to explain why her land flourishes whilst her neighbours' produce withers and dies. Fearful of envious locals and suspicious of those who seem to be offering help, Ruth is less and less sure who she can trust. As The Well envelops them, Ruth's paradise becomes a prison, Mark's dream a recurring nightmare, and Lucien's playground a grave.

Back to the Well

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ISBN: 0664227155
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 192
Author: Frances Taylor Gench
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

Download and read online Back to the Well in PDF and EPUB Exploring six Gospel texts in which women encounter Jesus, Gench encourages readers to view these stories anew through the eyes of contemporary biblical scholarship.

The Well of Being

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ISBN: 9781250092700
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 224
Author: Jean-Pierre Weill
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online The Well of Being in PDF and EPUB JEAN-PIERRE WEILL has worked as a visual artist for twenty years. He originally self-published "The Well of Being " in 2013, to critical acclaim. He lives in Baltimore with Rachel Rotenberg, a sculptor.

The Well

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ISBN: 0547391692
Release Date: 2009-09-21
Number of pages: 336
Author: A. J. Whitten
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online The Well in PDF and EPUB If Hamlet thought he had issues, he should have talked to Cooper Warner. His mother’s normally sunny demeanor has turned into something—homicidal. And what’s worse, she has help in her hunt for Cooper: A ravenous monster living at the bottom of the old well in the woods behind their house. She’s determined to deliver her 14-year-old son straight into the creature’s eager clutches. Cooper turns to his girlfriend, Megan, for help, but then, to his horror, the creature takes her prisoner. Now, it’s up to Cooper to fend off his murderous mother, finish his Hamlet paper, and enter the putrid lair at the bottom of the well to rescue Megan. And when he confronts the creature, Cooper must make the toughest decision of his life: kill, or be killed. Inspired by Hamlet, THE WELL puts a terrifying twist on the Shakespearean classic.

Journey to the Well

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ISBN: 9781440626579
Release Date: 2003-04-29
Number of pages: 256
Author: Vashti M. McKenzie
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Journey to the Well in PDF and EPUB In the tradition of empowering spiritual writers such as Ilanya Vanzant, Bishop Vashti McKenzie offers women a Christian path to personal transformation. A groundbreaking preacher who, in 2000, became the first woman to serve as bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Bishop McKenzie is renowned for her eloquence and passion in the pulpit. Now she brings her inspirational message to readers through the biblical story of the meeting at the well between Jesus and the Samaritan woman. In twelve lessons, McKenzie interweaves the Samaritan woman's experiences with contemporary personal stories, Bible quotations, life-affirming sayings, and meditational activities. Through them she shows women that if they hold onto hope and listen for their moments of epiphany, they can accomplish anything.

The Well

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ISBN: 9781101657959
Release Date: 1998-09-01
Number of pages: 96
Author: Mildred D. Taylor
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Well in PDF and EPUB Another powerful story in the Logan Family Saga and companion to Mildred D. Taylor's Newbery Award-winning Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. For David Logan, a time of distress means taking the higher road. During a drought, the Logan family shares their well water with their neighbors, black and white alike. But David’s brother Hammer finds it hard to share with Charlie Simms, who torments them because they are black. Hammer’s pride and Charlie’s meanness are a dangerous combination, and tensions between the boys build and build—until they explode. * “A compelling novel about prejudice and the saving power of human dignity."—School Library Journal, starred review From the Trade Paperback edition.

From the Well

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ISBN: 9781424180400
Release Date: 2007-05
Number of pages: 116
Author: Colleen Avelli
Publisher: Colleen Avelli

Download and read online From the Well in PDF and EPUB The well she beckonsa] and those held to the land must heed for her call roots in our depths; speaks to that which is old to that which we vowed so long ago. The well she beckons and we followa] for we are hers as she is divine. Take my hand and come with mea]to lands of green pastures and gurgling streams, to hallowed grounds where the ancient stones stand firm, where fairies and druids walk abound. Come, take my hand and journey with mea]into the chambers of the heart where love lost and found has left its mark. Take my hand, come with me.

Palatable Poison

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ISBN: 0231118759
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 418
Author: Laura L. Doan
Publisher: Columbia University Press

Download and read online Palatable Poison in PDF and EPUB The Well of Loneliness -- the Radclyffe Hall novel at times referred to as "the bible of lesbianism" -- was released in Britain in 1928 and was immediately controversial. Pronounced obscene following a sensational trial, the book has become a cultural icon as well as a source of considerable debate, especially among feminists, lesbians, and transgendered persons. Palatable Poison gathers together classic essays on Radclyffe Hall's book -- beginning with Havelock Ellis and early reviews -- as well as pieces by such contemporary critics as Esther Newton, Judith Halberstam, Teresa de Lauretis, and Terry Castle. Providing an understanding of how views of the book have changed over time and covering such topics as race, the nation at war, and melancholy, the collection presents new and provocative ideas about the immense cultural impact of The Well of Loneliness and its unique place in the literature of sexual nonconformity. Palatable Poison gathers together classic essays on Radclyffe Hall's book -- beginning with Havelock Ellis and early reviews -- as well as new pieces by such contemporary critics as Esther Newton, Judith Halberstam, Teresa de Lauretis, and Terry Castle. Providing an understanding of how views of the book have changed over time and covering such topics as fetishism, inversion, and melancholy, the collection presents new and provocative ideas about the immense cultural impact of The Well of Loneliness and its unique place in the literature of sexual nonconformity.

Women at the Well

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ISBN: 0809130181
Release Date: 1988-01
Number of pages: 215
Author: Kathleen R. Fischer
Publisher: Paulist Press

Download and read online Women at the Well in PDF and EPUB 'Women at the Well is required reading for women who wish to grow spiritually, and for every spiritual director / pastoral counselor. Fischer provides a much-needed corrective to the literature on spiritual accompaniment with a method that includes a synthesis of scholarship and the stories of women's lives. She addresses issues of power, anger, and violence against women, as well as women's spiritual heritage...' Katherine M. Dyckman SNJM, co-author, Inviting the Mystic, Supporting the Prophet and Chaos or Creation: Spirituality in Mid-Life

The Well Beloved

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ISBN: 9781775454038
Release Date: 2011-07-01
Number of pages: 225
Author: Thomas Hardy
Publisher: The Floating Press

Download and read online The Well Beloved in PDF and EPUB Sculptor Jocelyn Pierston is obsessed by the notion of female beauty -- and he'll travel to the ends of the earth to find a living, breathing model that embodies the ideal that haunts his imagination. His creative quest compels him to hang around the edges of a family of famed British beauties and pester three generations of the women. Will he fulfill his artistic dream? Read The Well-Beloved to find out.

The Well Decorated Cake

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ISBN: 1402717733
Release Date: 2004-09
Number of pages: 176
Author: Toba Garrett
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

Download and read online The Well Decorated Cake in PDF and EPUB Learn the decorating secrets and luscious recipes of a master cake designer and instructor at the prestigious Institute of Culinary Education in New York City.

The Well Wrought Urn

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ISBN: 0156957051
Release Date: 1947
Number of pages: 300
Author: Cleanth Brooks
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online The Well Wrought Urn in PDF and EPUB Critical analyses of ten English poems reveal changing styles from Donne to Yeats

Frog in the Well

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ISBN: 9780231511032
Release Date: 2012-06-19
Number of pages: 304
Author: Donald Keene
Publisher: Columbia University Press

Download and read online Frog in the Well in PDF and EPUB Frog in the Well is a vivid and revealing account of Watanabe Kazan, one of the most important intellectuals of the late Tokugawa period. From his impoverished upbringing to his tragic suicide in exile, Kazan's life and work reflected a turbulent period in Japan's history. He was a famous artist, a Confucian scholar, a student of Western culture, a samurai, and a critic of the shogunate who, nevertheless, felt compelled to kill himself for fear that he had caused his lord anxiety. During this period, a typical Japanese scholar or artist refused to acknowledge the outside world, much like a "frog in the well that knows nothing of the ocean," but Kazan actively sought out Western learning. He appreciated European civilization and bought every scrap of European art that was available in Japan. He became a painter to help his family out of poverty and, by employing the artistic techniques of the West, achieved great success with his realistic and stylistically advanced portraits. Although he remained a nationalist committed to the old ways, Kazan called on the shogunate to learn from the West or risk disaster. He strove to improve the agricultural and economic conditions of his province and reinforce its defenses, but his criticisms and warnings about possible coastal invasions ultimately led to his arrest and exile. Frog in the Well is the first full-length biography of Kazan in English, and, in telling his life's story, renowned scholar Donald Keene paints a fascinating portrait of the social and intellectual milieus of the late Tokugawa period. Richly illustrated with Kazan's paintings, many in color, Frog in the Well illuminates a life that is emblematic of the cultural crises affecting Japan in the years before revolution.

The Well Life

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ISBN: 9781440596254
Release Date: 2016-12-02
Number of pages: 288
Author: Briana Borten
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Well Life in PDF and EPUB Three simple principles for creating a balanced and satisfying life! The secret to living an exceptional life—with fulfilling work and leisure, meaningful relationships, and time for oneself—is finding balance. Briana and Dr. Peter Borten have the strategies you need to achieve this all-important balance in your life—even in the face of chaos. The Bortens focus on three fundamental principles of a satisfying life: -Sweetness: Learn the importance of feeding your life, body, and soul -Structure: Find out how intelligent structure can give you more spontaneity and freedom, and liberate you from an excessively busy existence -Space: Carve out purposeful space, which allows for perspective—an understanding of the big picture and your place in it By adding and maintaining sweetness, structure, and space to your life, you will be able to let go of the stress and tension that gets in the way of being happy, authentic, and fully present—living The Well Life. "The Well Life is a beautiful guide to living the good life, mind, body, and soul from two people who walk the walk. Peter and Briana Borten integrate knowledge of ancient healing traditions, the realities of our modern lives, and their own practical experience to unlock what it truly means to be well. This book is a healing journey." —Kate Northrup, Bestselling Author of Money: A Love Story "The Well Life is a powerful primer on living as we were intended to live--under grace, all systems go, and in love. A great platform for living deliberately and creating consciously." —Mike Dooley, New York Times Bestselling Author of Infinite Possibilities "If you're looking to break out of the excuses and experience more vitality than ever before, read this book! With their background in Eastern medicine and love of Western strategy, Briana and Peter lay out a beautiful prescription for more ease, joy, balance, and fulfillment in The Well Life. Quite frankly, if you put even just 5 percent of this book into practice, you'll create incredible results!" —Alexi Panos, Leader in the Emergent Wisdom Movement and Author of 50 Ways to Yay! and Now or Never

The Girl from the Well

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ISBN: 9781402292194
Release Date: 2014-08-05
Number of pages: 272
Author: Rin Chupeco
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online The Girl from the Well in PDF and EPUB I am where dead children go. Okiku is a lonely soul. She has wandered the world for centuries, freeing the spirits of the murdered-dead. Once a victim herself, she now takes the lives of killers with the vengeance they're due. But releasing innocent ghosts from their ethereal tethers does not bring Okiku peace. Still she drifts on. Such is her existence, until she meets Tark. Evil writhes beneath the moody teen's skin, trapped by a series of intricate tattoos. While his neighbors fear him, Okiku knows the boy is not a monster. Tark needs to be freed from the malevolence that clings to him. There's just one problem: if the demon dies, so does its host.