He vowed that he would not submit to their touch this night or any other. Death by touch of the kin was not a clean death, for it meant damnation. His soul would not journey to the Father and would instead serve the powers of darkness ...
Author: Robert Stanek
Publisher: RP Books & Audio
4 complete novels. The Elves of the Reaches returned from exile, bringing grave news. War came to the Kingdoms, and many perished in the turmoil and unrest. An attempt was made to kidnap a princess and assassinate a king. Now, from the ancient past a dark power returns. Reading order for the Ruin Mist books: Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches #1, 2, 3, 4 In the Service of Dragons #1, 2, 3, 4 The Dragon, the Wizard & the Great Door A Legacy of Dragons Breath of Fire Living Fire A Daughter of Kings #1, 2, 3, 4
I put my hand down to touch his face, and when my hand lands on his eyes, he stops whimpering and looks around. So that's it! I can make them see by touching their eyes! I reach out for Ray, and when I touch him, I can feel him jump.
Author: Allysson Fugitt
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Mary Shane comes home from school one day to find her mother beaten to unconsciousness, this leads her on a perilous journey to find her father, the man that has spent her entire life on the run, always nothing more than a shadow. She must play his deadly game, become the very darkness he hides in, if she ever wants to have a chance at the love she found and the normal life she used to take for granted. As Mary Shane makes her way into the deadly world her father lives in, a world where people have seemingly magical powers and always seem to be one step ahead of you, she discovers that maybe his frequent disappearances and constant paranoia were justified. She finds herself forced to make dangerous decisions and do things she never in her worst nightmare had to face. With the government chasing her every footstep, she must find her father before they do if she ever hopes to survive this wild ride and earn the right to live. She discovers that everything she\'s ever experienced is because of her father and as she begins to put the pieces together she wonders if there is more to this story than anyone else knows.
Lord Touch . Sure I was born to be controlled by those I should command : my very slaves will shortly give me rules how I shall govern them . ... By heaven , l'll not be wife - ridden ! were it possible , it should be done this night .
Author: William Congreve
Publisher: London : Routledgw, Warne, and Routledge
She personi- fied the seductive powers of Synagoga with a recognizable carnality that threatened proscriptions to touch. Rachel's night flights unequivocally destabilized the bound- aries city officials had so carefully spelled out in ...
Author: Sally M. Promey
Publisher: Yale University Press
The result of a collaborative, multiyear project, this groundbreaking book explores the interpretive worlds that inform religious practice and derive from sensory phenomena. Under the rubric of "making sense," the studies assembled here ask, How have people used and valued sensory data? How have they shaped their material and immaterial worlds to encourage or discourage certain kinds or patterns of sensory experience? How have they framed the sensual capacities of images and objects to license a range of behaviors, including iconoclasm, censorship, and accusations of blasphemy or sacrilege? Exposing the dematerialization of religion embedded in secularization theory, editor Sally Promey proposes a fundamental reorientation in understanding the personal, social, political, and cultural work accomplished in religion’s sensory and material practice. Sensational Religion refocuses scholarly attention on the robust material entanglements often discounted by modernity’s metaphysic and on their inextricable connections to human bodies, behaviors, affects, and beliefs.
O brave touch ! ... 8 A touch anciently signified a trick or feat . ... To misprise is to prise amiss , or to misapprehend , 10 Cheer is from the old French chère , which 68 ACT III , A MIDSUMMER - NIGHT'S DREAM .
In the night march to the “ Atbara ” the tracks of the gun wheels which remained in the desert from the ... minimise the great difficulty of keeping touch at night , forgetful of the serious results which ensue should the unit in front ...
No , they cannot touch me for coining ; I am the king himself . ... And , hearing your high majesty is touch'd With that malignant cause , wherein the honour Of my dear father's gift stands chief in ... Midsummer - Night's Dream , iii .
How often during the day and the night do we touch ourselves and, by that act, convince ourselves that we still exist? In the black rock of my desert this touch is finally cast aside and we go into the feeling.
Author: Charles Bowden
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Charles Bowden has been an outspoken advocate for the desert Southwest since the 1970s. Recently his activism helped persuade the U.S. government to create the Sonoran Desert National Monument in southern Arizona. But in working for environmental preservation, Bowden refuses to be one who “outline[s] something straightforward, a manifesto with clear rules and a set of plans for others to follow.” In this deeply personal book, he brings the Sonoran Desert alive, not as a place where well-meaning people can go to enjoy “nature,” but as a raw reality that defies bureaucratic and even literary attempts to define it, that can only be experienced through the senses. Inferno burns with Charles Bowden's passion for the desert he calls home. “I want to eat the dirt and lick the rock. Or leave the shade for the sun and feel the burning. I know I don't belong here. But this is the only place I belong,” he says. His vivid descriptions, complemented by Michael Berman's acutely observed photographs of the Sonoran Desert, make readers feel the heat and smell the dryness, see the colors in earth and sky, and hear the singing of dry bones across the parched ground. Written as “an antibiotic” during the time Bowden was lobbying the government to create the Sonoran Desert National Monument, Inferno repudiates both the propaganda and the lyricism of contemporary nature writing. Instead, it persuades us that “we need these places not to remember our better selves or our natural self or our spiritual self. We need these places to taste what we fear and devour what we are. We need these places to be animals because unless we are animals we are nothing at all. That is the price of being a civilized dude.”
Pinky's Please Touch Museum, “PTM & Variety's Disability Awareness Night,” http:// pleasetouchmuseum.blogspot.com/2010/08/ptm-varietys-disability-awareness-night.html (accessed August 16, 2013). 24. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum ...
Author: Katie Stringer
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Business & Economics
Programming for People with Special Needs: A Guide for Museums and Historic Sites will help museums and historic sites become truly inclusive educational experiences. The book is unique because it covers education and inclusion for those with both intellectual and learning disabilities. The book features the seven key components of creating effective programming for people with special needs, especially elementary and secondary students with intellectual disabilities: Sensitivity and awareness training Planning and communication Timing Engagement and social/life skills Object-centered and inquiry-based programs Structure Flexibility In addition, this book features and discusses programs such as the Museum of Modern Art‘s Meet Me program and ones for children with autism at the Transit Museum in Brooklyn as models for other organizations to adapt for their use. Its focus on visitors of all ages who have cognitive or intellectual disabilities or special needs makes this title essential for all museum and historic site professionals, especially educators or administrators, but also for museum studies students and those interested in informal education.
jostle me or pull the covers off at night when I was almost to the top of the well. And as soon as I paid attention to them I would forget to ... Touch the maple tree every spring morning. Bury eight circles of acorns at the edge of the ...
Author: Anand Prahlad
Publisher: University of Alaska Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"Prahlad was born on a former plantation in Virginia in 1954. This memoir ... is his story ... Rooted in black folklore and cultural ambience, and offering new perspectives on autism and more, [his book intends to] inspire and delight readers and deepen our understanding of the marginal spaces of human existence"--Amazon.com.