Fire Bringer

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Author: David Clement-Davies
Publisher: Penguin Group
ISBN: 0142408735
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Fire Bringer by David Clement-Davies


Original Title: Fire Bringer

In ancient Scotland, a tyrannical new lord of the herd plans complete dominion over the animal world, but deer lore promises a hero, who has a unique bond with all creatures, including man, and who will ignite an epic battle and free the herd forever. An ALA Best Book for Young Adults. Reprint.

The Fire Bringer

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Author: Samuel Mills
Publisher: SteinerBooks
ISBN: 1621510999
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The Fire Bringer by Samuel Mills


Original Title: The Fire Bringer

After serving his sentence for bringing fire to humans, the immortal Titan Prometheus establishes a center of learning near Athens, where he teaches such mortals as Chastia, a beautiful maiden unaware that the powerful god Zeus is maneuvering his way into her heart and soul.

The Fire Bringer

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Author: William Vaughn Moody
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 9781113720030
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The Fire Bringer by William Vaughn Moody


Original Title: The Fire Bringer

William Vaughn Moody (1869-1910) was a U.S. dramatist and poet, best known as the author of "The Great Divide" ("The Sabine Woman"). Moody's poetic dramas included "The Masque of Judgment" (1900), "The Fire Bringer" (1904), and "The Death of Eve" (unfinished at his death).

Whitman S Dickinson S Contemporaries

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Author: Robert A. Bain
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809317219
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Whitman S Dickinson S Contemporaries by Robert A. Bain


Original Title: Whitman S Dickinson S Contemporaries

Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman were not the poetic stars of their day; only a few friends knew that Dickinson wrote, and Whitman's following was minuscule, if influential. But the contemporaries who eclipsed these major poets now have largely disappeared from our literary landscape. In this distinctive anthology, Robert Bain gathers together thirteen other scholars to re-present the poetry of these former luminaries, allowing readers to rediscover them, reconstruct the poetic contexts of their age, and better understand why Whitman and Dickinson now overshadow other poets of their time. Arranged chronologically according to the birth dates of the poets, this anthology introduces each poet's work, providing biographical information and discussing the major forms and themes of the work. Each introduction places the poet in a literary and historical context with Whitman and Dickinson and provides a bibliography of secondary sources. This remarkable book recovers a part of our literary heritage that has been lost.

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