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Another four poems conjure up images of a brother killed in war. And six poems paint icons, some from real objects and others from moments in the mind. Several poems create experiences in very small places, such as Winnemucca, Nevada, and Horsefly, British Columbia.

This poet sees poems in subjects others might easily miss. A Season of Loss: Poems. Poems by an American of Choctaw-Welsh-English heritage take a closer look at long gone people and places. In part one, entitled "Bone Yard," one feels the January wind, hears the moan of a distant diesel, and regrets leaving Santa Fe. Part two, or "Dog Days," begins with a reflection on sultry August days but gives way to songs of praise.

Each season of loss is replaced with new love and respect for life. A Death in California. Hope Masters, a year-old Beverly Hills socialite, twice divorced, and mother of three children, is imprisoned for the murder of her fiance in a remote ranch house. Fortunately, a policeman who believed Hope's story of innocence follows the trail of the real killer to win justice and freedom for her. Death in Canaan. True story of Peter Reilly, a young man who returned to his home in Canaan, Connecticut, one night in and discovered his alcoholic mother brutally murdered. Though Peter is convicted on manslaughter, he is eventually awarded a new trial and freed with the help of concerned citizens.

The crime remains unsolved. Ten Rings: My Championship Seasons. Autobiography by baseball Hall of Fame catcher highlighting his ten championship seasons with the New York Yankees between and Recalls the "golden years" of baseball, his famous contemporaries, and rival teams and relates how the game has changed since the s.

What Time Is It? You Mean Now? Retired baseball champion provides advice by using anecdotes relating to baseball. Suggests cultivating a positive attitude, exercising, setting goals, and taking advantage of opportunities. Champion baseball catcher, coach, and manager suggests making informed decisions by obtaining advice and going with what feels right.

Uses baseball anecdotes as metaphors for life. Price of Tea in China. Eight stories that explore the struggles people have in defining their relationships, either to others or to their current circumstances.

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German Settlement in Missouri. WOD German immigrants and their descendants played a crucial role in the settlement and development of Missouri's architectural, political, religious, economic and social landscape. Relying heavily on unpublished memoirs, letters, diaries, and official records, the authors provide important new narratives and firsthand commentary from the immigrants themselves. A Missouri Heritage Reader. Since buying his piece of Ozark wilderness twenty years ago, writer and environmentalist Carey has learned to open his mind and heart to the renewing energies of spring.

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He describes the annual day long trek he takes through the land. Interspersed are recollections of the almost magical happenings that led him and his family to this place and the difficult but rewarding life they have lived since. Double Negative. Comic mystery set in a nursery school in Indiana that doubles as a laboratory for the study of the language of young children and staffed by a collection of loony scholars.

When two murders are committed in one night, the detection is led by a faculty member and a beefy, but bright, police lieutentant. The Greatest Slump of All Time.

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Satire about a baseball team whose nine starters appear to be depressed and having problems other than baseball. For example, Apples Bagwell, the pitching sensation, is having sexual identity problems. Buford Ellenbogen, the burly slugger, is terrified because his wife is pregnant with twins. Team leader Eddie Johnson has a hopeless marriage, and catcher Narvel Adams has claustrophobia behind the plate. Strong language and some descriptions of sex. I Been There Before.

The return of Halley's Comet in also heralds the resurrection of Mark Twain, who travels about America depositing fragments of a new manuscript with his characteristic humor and observations. With the appearance of the new writings, a Twain scholar sets out to track down the resurrected author. The Awakening and Selected Short Stories. A novel about a liberated young woman who rebels against the constraints of marriage and engages in extramarital love. The results are disastrous, in the book and on the career of the author. In an introduction to the novel and the twelve short stories in this collection, the editor reflects on Chopin's continuing impact on feminist literature.

A Vocation and a Voice: Stories. This small collection of stories was canceled by a publisher in , following the public's hostile reaction to Chopin's The Awakening. One of her recurrent themes is women, independent, naive, victimized, aggressive, and full of dreams. Themes of music, love, and nature also appear in many stories. But her characters, like her idol, Guy de Maupassant, seem to have an obsession with madness.

The Politics of Energy. The author assesses the current energy situation in the United States, energy policies, and argues for a shift toward the use of solar power. The Poverty of Power. An eminent biologist and environmental scientist analyzes the close relationship between ecology, energy, and economics. Asserts that society must rethink the way it lives to conserve energy. Science and Survival. Essay on the scientist's responsibility to mankind: the decisions each scientist must make and the consequences of his decisions in performing new research.

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At the Crossroads: Stories by Evan S. Connell, Jr.

Stories ranging in tone from frivolity to tragedy. All are concerned with the variations of human folly. The Collected Stories of Evan S. Short stories composed over a period of fifty years, many of which are critical of political reactionaries and the American middle class. The lead story, "Arcturus," depicts the conflicts and veiled emotions between a husband and his wife's former suitor at a dinner party.

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The Connoisseur. When a wealthy insurance man picks up a Mexican sculpture for a song and finds it is an authentic pre-Columbian work of art, he becomes obsessed with collecting and proves to be an easy victim for exploiters. Deus Lo Volt! He highlights the activities of figures such as Richard the Lionhearted and Saladin, depicts the sack of Constantinople, and describes his own imprisonment in Egypt. Double Honeymoon. Relates the love affair between Karl Muhlbach, widowed father of two and Lambeth Brent, a beautiful and unpredictable young woman.

Because of Lambeth's erratic behavior, Muhlbach is bewildered by the enticing and ultimately, self destructive woman. Long Desire. Narratives of extraordinary travelers whose wanderlust has taken them beyond the safe and familiar to the unknown. Includes seekers of Atlantis, the Northwest Passage, and the seven cities of Cibola; the victims of the Children's Crusade; the legendary Prester John; and the alchemist Paracelsus. This companion piece to the author's Mrs.

Bridge is comprised of fragmented experiences from the life of a middle aged surburban couple living between the world wars. Brief episodes are juxtaposed to reveal stereotyped values and the emotional and spiritual aridity of the prosperous Bridges. A series of vignettes depicts Mrs. Bridge as wife, mother, and finally widow in middle class Kansas City.

The characters and episodes reveal middle America and its middle class life and values in the s and early s. Through the insularity of Mrs. Bridge's life, the author points out the potential for isolation in any life.

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Sixteen short stories that tell of wanderers, dissect marriage, and examine the human condition in crisis. Son of the Morning Star. A reconstruction of what might have happened, and why, at Little Bighorn on June 25, Tells of Custer and his command, about the Native Americans who defeated him, and about such topics as desertion rates in the frontier cavalry. Promise Me Forever. This sequel relates Amelia's rescue by Captain Morgan Kane.

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