The Letters That Never Came

Author: Mauricio Rosencof
Publisher: Americas (Texas Tech)
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The Letters That Never Came from the Author: Mauricio Rosencof. The story of longing and hope in the life of a Jewish boy and his family in 1930s Uruguay.

Letters To Felice

Author: Franz Kafka
Publisher: Schocken
ISBN: 0804150761
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Letters To Felice from the Author: Franz Kafka. Franz Kafka first met Felice Bauer in August 1912, at the home of his friend Max Brod. The twenty-five-year-old career woman from Berlin—energetic, down-to-earth, life-affirming—awakened in him a desire to marry. Kafka wrote to Felice almost daily, sometimes even twice a day. Because he was living in Prague and she in Berlin, their letters became their sole source of knowledge of each other. But soon after their engagement in 1914, Kafka began having doubts about the relationship, fearing that marriage would imperil his dedication to writing and interfere with his need for solitude. Through their break-up, a second engagement in 1917, and their final parting later that year, when Kafka began falling ill with the tuberculosis that would eventually claim his life, their correspondence continued. The more than five hundred letters that Kafka wrote to Felice over the course of those five years were acquired by Schocken from her in 1955. They reveal the full measure of Kafka's inner turmoil as he tried, in vain, to balance his need for stability with the demands of his craft. "These letters are indispensable for anyone seeking a more intimate knowledge of Kafka and his fragmented world." —Library Journal

Letters We Never Sent

Author: David Philip Reiter
Publisher: Interactive Publications
ISBN: 1876819049
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Letters We Never Sent from the Author: David Philip Reiter. As we enter a new millennium, it's no accident that David Reiter's fifth poetic work recalls the grand scope and ambition of TS Eliot's The Waste Land. His is a transparent eye through which we witness ourselves, articulating the unspoken but deeply felt. This is a book of quotes and epigrams, speculation and anecdote, yearnings and palimpsests, and voices in profusion as David Reiter puts his head down into historical but also fictive intertexts of Tahiti. "I am tired of old planets" one of these voices says, and we too travel through his richly interwoven monologues to search out the nature of art, of civilisation... These poems even name the siren call of the Internet as the new exotic, the medium of desire. But I waas especially struck by the central idea of letters 'never sent' as poetic speculation, at its most pointed in the wit and banter between Gauguin and Van Gogh, climaxing in the wonderful Van Gogh commentaries on the famous paintings. - Philip Salom Gauguin in the South Seas, Van Gogh in Arles, surfing the Internet, stumbling into chat rooms or a fish and chip shop in the Cook Islands, explorations of past travellers and the random confused explorations of the Information Highway... Such is the exciting collage of images Reiter places skillfully before us. Phrases, lines, stories that reflect back and forth touching always on the dream of happiness, the longing to make sense of ourselves. - Peter Boyle

I Never Came To You In White

Author: Judith Farr
Publisher: Mariner Books
ISBN: 9780395874424
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I Never Came To You In White from the Author: Judith Farr. A fictional account of the life of Emily Dickinson takes the form of letters written by the poet at seventeen and by others who knew her, including her editor, her sister, and a man known only as "Master"

The Thirteenth Day

Author: Justinah McFadden
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452070598
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The Thirteenth Day from the Author: Justinah McFadden. The Thirteenth Day is a novel surrounding a cover up and conspiracy that occurred during World War II. In 1943 America lost one its largest mass of mankind in one day in the United States Military. Lola, was a toddler during the time her brother Hanson went off to war. Lola believed along with the remainder of their family that Hanson died fighting for his Country. Nearly half a Century later Lola learns from a mysterious letter that her brother Hanson did not die in War but at the hands of a slaughter and cover up. In a grim world of Jim Crowes South where race once mattered more than peace and harmony rested a deep depression. The depression of fear and hatred once spread through the spirit and deep rooted in the soul was uncovered. The Thirteenth Day examines what happens when tragedy turns into forgiveness and understanding. When the truth comes to the light through murder, tragedy, and letters from past soldiers, and Presidents history greets the present on a roller coaster ride .With the past of America speaking from its grave, mingled with conspiracies and melodies of harmony and peace there is no mistake that the past is a lesson to be learned from. Justinah McFadden truly delivers in this novel and is making her place known in the world of American literature.

Sword Of Honour

Author: Alexander Kent
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407009877
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Sword Of Honour from the Author: Alexander Kent. March 1814 Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho returns to England from several months' rigorous patrolling off the North American coast. War with the United States has not yet ended, but news of Napoleon's defeat and abdication has stunned a navy and a nation bled by years of European conflict. Victory has been the impossible dream and now, for Bolitho, a vision of the future and a personal peace seems attainable. However an unsympathetic Admiralty dispatches him to Malta. In this appointment a compliment or a malicious ploy to keep Bolitho from the woman he loves and the freedom he craves? He cannot know, but the voice of duty speaks more insistently even than the voice of the heart, and in this familiar sea where both glory and tragedy have touched his life, Bolitho must confront the future, the renaissance of a hated tyrant, and the fulfilment of destiny.

Twelve Men

Author: Theodore Dreiser
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812233636
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Twelve Men from the Author: Theodore Dreiser. Although world-famous for his novels Sister Carrie and Jennie Gerhardt, Theodore Dreiser was also highly accomplished in journalism, autobiography, and travel writing. In 1919, having recently accepted the publishing contract of a new publisher, Boni and Liveright, Dreiser proposed to publish a "book of characters" that would collect twelve biographical sketches of individuals who were major influences on Dreiser, both as a man and as a writer. The resulting narratives combine the best attributes of the character sketch, the autobiography, and the short story into miniature masterpieces of prose. The men profiled in Twelve Men are a diverse and colorful group: from Dreiser's equally famous brother, the songwriter Paul Dresser ("My Brother Paul"), to the entirely obscure railroad foreman Michael Burke ("The Mighty Rourke"), on whose work crew Dreiser had labored in 1903. The twelve narratives are compelling portraits of the men portrayed, but they also reveal many insights into Dreiser's own life and work. These factors elevate the significance of Twelve Men to a level consistent with other major works in the Dreiser canon.