Monkey Nuts was written in the year 1922 by David Herbert Lawrence. This book is one of the most popular novels of David Herbert Lawrence, and has been translated into several other languages around the world. This book is published by Booklassic which brings young readers closer to classic literature globally.
The Stoneware Monkey was written in the year 1938 by R. Austin Freeman. This book is one of the most popular novels of R. Austin Freeman, and has been translated into several other languages around the world. This book is published by Booklassic which brings young readers closer to classic literature globally.
W.H.G. Kingston was a 19th century American writer best known for writing kids adventure novels that were very popular with boys at the time. His books are still widely read today.
Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,0, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg (Institute of English Studies), language: English, abstract: Only very few people are used to storytelling for even fairy tales are written down and read out loud to children the same way over and over again without alteration. Changing perspective to first nation tribes one can easily discover the importance that oral tradition and storytelling has to these people. It existed long before literature was introduced by the settlers in the post-colonial era. While contemporary Canadian fiction and short story writing developed in the middle of the nineteen-hundredth century, Native Canadian Writing was forced to create their own distinctive style of writing. By combining storytelling with literature the new genre of storywriting was created. In this paper I will analyze the key features of storywriting and will exemplify them with quotes from the book Monkey Beach by Eden Robinson (2000). First I will present a short overview over the author and the book in general. Then I will give a brief overview about the main motifs, symbols and topics that the book deals with. In the main part of this paper I will present different quotes and show typical aspects for oral tradition that can be found within them. Nach ihrem Abitur studierte Sina Laura Rautmann Multimedia Arts & Webdevelopment und schloss 2011 erfolgreich ihren ersten Bachelor of Arts ab. Ihre Bachelorarbeit schrieb sie zum Thema Genderspezifisches Spielverhalten in Browsergames. Danach sammelte sie einige Berufserfahrung in einem E-Partizipationsunternehmen als PHP-Entwicklerin. 2012 änderte sie ihren beruflichen Werdegang und fing noch einmal ein Lehramtsstudium an der Leuphana Universität, Lüneburg an. Dabei spezialisierte sie sich auf die Fachrichtungen Englisch, Sachunterricht und ev. Religion. Im Herbst 2015 absolvierte sie ihren Bachelor of Arts mit einer Abschlussarbeit zum Thema Lernertypen. Im Herbst 2017 schloss sie ihren Master of Education ab. Für ihre Masterarbeit zum Thema SchulbegleiterInnen - Systematisch integriert oder fünftes Rad am Wagen? führte sie eine deutschlandweite Umfrage unter SchulbegleiterInnen durch.
This book answers questions that even I was looking for in a really long time. It was possible to get them after I met lots of hot girls from baltic countries that answered them, and also because I was able to apply lots of theories on them to see how far they would go and how they would react. In this sense, this book is meant to open your mind and realize what women really think about men and relationships, so that you may be able to easily decode their behaviors and see what they mean. To write this book, I traveled for 4 months in 7 of the countries with the most beautiful women in the world: Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, Belgium and Spain. And so, it resumes conclusions from personal experiences and shows plenty of stories as well.
The stories in this Fairy Book come from all quarters of the world. For example, the adventures of Ball-Carrier and the Bad One are told by Red Indian grandmothers to Red Indian children who never go to school, nor see pen and ink. The Bunyip is known to even more uneducated little ones, running about with no clothes at all in the bush, in Australia. You may see photographs of these merry little black fellows before their troubles begin, in Northern Races of Central Australia, by Messrs. Spencer and Gillen. They have no lessons except in tracking and catching birds, beasts, fishes, lizards, and snakes, all of which they eat. But when they grow up to be big boys and girls, they are cruelly cut about with stone knives and frightened with sham bogies-all for their good their parents say-and I think they would rather go to school, if they had their choice, and take their chance of being birched and bullied. However, many boys might think it better fun to begin to learn hunting as soon as they can walk. Other stories, like The Sacred Milk of Koumongoé, come from the Kaffirs in Africa, whose dear papas are not so poor as those in Australia, but have plenty of cattle and milk, and good mealies to eat, and live in houses like very big bee-hives, and wear clothes of a sort, though not very like our own. Pivi and Kabo is a tale from the brown people in the island of New Caledonia, where a boy is never allowed to speak to or even look at his own sisters; nobody knows why, so curious are the manners of this remote island. The story shows the advantages of good manners and pleasant behaviour; and the natives do not now cook and eat each other, but live on fish, vegetables, pork, and chickens, and dwell in houses. What the Rose did to the Cypress is a story from Persia, where the people, of course, are civilised, and much like those of whom you read in The Arabian Nights. Then there are tales like The Fox and the Lapp from the very north of Europe, where it is dark for half the year and daylight for the other half. The Lapps are a people not fond of soap and water, and very much given to art magic. Then there are tales from India, told to Major Campbell, who wrote them out, by Hindoos; these stories are Wali Dâd the Simple-hearted, and The King who would be Stronger than Fate, but was not so clever as his daughter. From Brazil, in South America, comes The Tortoise and the Mischievous Monkey, with the adventures of other animals. Other tales are told in various parts of Europe, and in many languages; but all people, black, white, brown, red, and yellow, are like each other when they tell stories; for these are meant for children, who like the same sort of thing, whether they go to school and wear clothes, or, on the other hand, wear skins of beasts, or even nothing at all, and live on grubs and lizards and hawks and crows and serpents, like the little Australian blacks. The tale of What the Rose did to the Cypress, is translated out of a Persian manuscript by Mrs. Beveridge. Pivi and Kabo is translated by the Editor from a French version; Asmund and Signy by Miss Black-ley; the Indian stories by Major Campbell, and all the rest are told by Mrs. Lang, who does not give them exactly as they are told by all sorts of outlandish natives, but makes them up in the hope white people will like them, skippin
In his quest to seek the mysterious missing stone, the occult item sought to ensure victory in war, Sabienn Feel journeys with his three companions to the island of Cajj Cajj. The island is to be invaded as a result of an event that has yet to occur and is currently being held by the Turrs, a people Sabienn has always been at variance with. In his endeavours, he needs to work closely with these people for his mission to succeed. He knows he dislikes the Turrs. But is he capable of falling in love with one? Where The Black and Grey Wolves Kiss is the second of twelve books in the Sabienn Feel Adventures. Interview with the Author Q - What inspired you to write The Sabienn Feel Adventures? A - Ive always loved the idea of the epic journey. Im acquainted with the book Journey to the West but was more familiar with the TV series in the 80s based on the book called Monkey. The idea of four souls travelling across a wide expanse of geography to complete a quest appealed to me. So I planned a series of twelve books to go from one place in the south of this space colony that they live on twice removed from Earth, to end up in the north, meeting danger at every turn. Q - Why does your main character Sabienn Feel grow wings? A - Good question. I wanted something very drastic to occur to these people physically. Something that would be difficult to hide and offer an immediate prejudice. The idea of growing wings constantly came up for me. Theres a Pearl Jam song I found inspiring that says, And sometimes is seen a strange spot in the sky. A human being that was given to fly. And in my minds eye, I could see this figure. Almost like the Led Zeppelin Icarus logo but with bat wings. But they couldnt fly otherwise theyd hit the sky and the journey would be over in no time. I made them only able to swim because being submerged in water has elements of dealing with the subconscious. To me it satisfies all elements of those prophecy, fantasy, epic adventure type of stories that involve friendship and brotherhood. Q - So, why should readers give these books a try? A - Well I would say they were humour-filled, page-turning, epic, fantasy adventure novels which involve a quest. But then thats what you would expect me to say. Why not try and read one of the books and let me know what you think? Some of the books are free so youve got nothing to lose. Sorry if that sounded a little flippant. Im immensely grateful that anyone is reading my books. And hopefully I can make them the best stories possible for my magnificent readers.
Two (2) Books on offer for you! When The Stone Shepherds Awaken and Stories From The Distant Planet! When The Stone Shepherds Awaken, Book One: The Sabienn Feel Adventures (Download here) Im a freak, Sabienn thought, catching the lemon whiff of the suicide pill in his hand. Whyve I been abandoned? On a distant planet far off into the future, there is a human colony twice removed from Earth with a country preparing for war. Sabienn Feel is a military cadet being fast-tracked for promotion as their enigmatic head of state, The Great Leader, readies his armies for battle. Sabienns world comes crashing down when one day he grows wings. And now people are trying to kill him. He also finds out that not only him but thousands of men his age have grown wings around the world in keeping with a ten thousand year old prophecy. With his wings comes an intuitive ability to pick up an object and see a history of someone who held it. This ability has not gone unnoticed by higher powers within the realm. But what is it that The Great Leader wants of him? Will The Great Leader save him? When The Stone Shepherds Awaken is the first of twelve books in The Sabienn Feel Adventures. Stories From The Distant Planet: Companion Piece: Maps, History and Stories: The Sabienn Feel Adventures (Turn to inner sleeve after titles of When The Stone Shepherds Awaken and use download links) 31 Fact Sheets. The concise companion piece to read with The Sabienn Feel Adventures. Includes: The map of the planet Whee showing where the events of each of the twelve books will take place. Also within: The map of Hayddland, showing places you will go to when reading When The Stone Shepherds Awaken. Book One: The Sabienn Feel Adventures. You will also have the following answered: •What happened to The Great Leader, Orr Benn Kee, Hayddlands supreme dictator, when he was ten years old that would change the course of the world? •What happened during the Purge when all recorded history was erased from the planet? •What is the insult in the title of Rotnadge-Minora that had the native inhabitants seething? Stories From The Distant Planet is the must-have precis of ten thousand years of history within the planet of Whee which lives through and has come to compel Sabienn Feel to his quest. Interview with the Author Q - What inspired you to write The Sabienn Feel Adventures? A - Ive always loved the idea of the epic journey. Im acquainted with the book Journey to the West but was more familiar with the TV series in the 80s based on the book called Monkey. The idea of four souls travelling across a wide expanse of geography to complete a quest appealed to me. So I planned a series of twelve books to go from one place in the south of this space colony that they live on twice removed from Earth, to end up in the north, meeting danger at every turn. Q - Why does your main character Sabienn Feel grow wings? A - Good question. I wanted something drastic to occur to these people physically. Something that would be difficult to hide and offer an immediate prejudice. The idea of growing wings constantly came up for me. Theres a Pearl Jam song I found inspiring that says, And sometimes is seen a strange spot in the sky. A human being that was given to fly. And in my minds eye, I could see this figure. Almost like the Led Zeppelin Icarus logo but with bat wings. But they couldnt fly otherwise theyd hit the sky and the journey would be over in no time. I made them only able to swim because being submerged in water has elements of dealing with the subconscious. To me it satisfies all elements of those prophecy, fantasy, epic adventure type of stories that involve friendship and brotherhood. Q - So, why should readers give these books a try? A - Well I would say they were humour-filled, page-turning, epic, fantasy adventure novels which involve a quest. But Ill just say, just check them out.
This carefully crafted ebook: The Forsyte Saga - The Complete Edition: The Forsyte Saga + A Modern Comedy + End of the Chapter + On Forsyte Change (A Prequel to The Forsyte Saga) is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Forsyte Saga is a series of three novels and two interludes published between 1906 and 1921 by Nobel Prize-winning English author John Galsworthy. They chronicle the vicissitudes of the leading members of a large commercial upper middle-class English family, similar to Galsworthys own. The second trilogy of the Forsyte Saga is A Modern Comedy, written in the years 1924 to 1928. This comprises a novel, The White Monkey, an interlude, A Silent Wooing, a second novel, The Silver Spoon, a second interlude, Passers By, and a third novel Swan Song. The third trilogy of the Forsyte Saga is End of the Chapter, comprising Maid in Waiting, Flowering Wilderness, and Over the River (also known as One More River), chiefly dealing with Michael Monts young cousin, Dinny Cherrell. The three trilogies are published under the collective title of The Forsyte Chronicles. In 1930 Galsworthy published On Forsyte Change which deals in the main with the older Forsytes before the events chronicled in The Man of Property. John Galsworthy (1867-1933) was an English novelist and playwright. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1932. Table of Contents: The Forsyte Chronicles: The Forsyte Saga Book 1: The Man of Property Interlude: Indian Summer of a Forsyte Book 2: In Chancery Interlude: Awakening Book 3: To Let A Modern Comedy (Second Trilogy of the Forsyte Saga) Book 1: The White Monkey Interlude: A Silent Wooing Book 2: The Silver Spoon Interlude: Passers By Book 3: Swan Song End of the Chapter (Third Trilogy of the Forsyte Saga) Book 1: Aid in Waiting Book 2: Flowering Wilderness Book 3: Over the River (One More River) On Forsyte Change