1 edition of Imitations of celebrated authors found in the catalog.
Imitations of celebrated authors
P. G. Patmore
|LC Classifications||PR5145.P3 I5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., -353 p.|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||27023214|
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Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. When it was first published, in , it enjoyed the kind of critical and commercial success that most debut authors only dream about. It has inspired and influenced homages and imitations. Mr.
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Imitation of Life. struck a chord in the s, and it continues to resonate powerfully today. The author of numerous bestselling novels, a masterful short story writer, and an outspoken social activist, Fannie Hurst was a major celebrity in the first half of the twentieth by: The book was written anonymously in Latin in the Netherlands ca.
– and Thomas à Kempis is generally accepted as the author. Several sources of authority, including members of his own order, name Kempis as the author, and various contemporary Author: Thomas à Kempis.
the imitation of christ Thomas à Kempis F or five hundred years, this gentle book, filled with the spirit of the love of God, has brought understanding and comfort to millions of readers in over fifty languages, and provided them with a source of heart-felt personal prayer. This is the first book that I've read by this author, and I must say that this was really good.
Imitations of celebrated authors book is an Imitation, a clone. She comes from a place called Twig City were she was made/5(). The celebrated Hungarian author, known for books such as "The Case Worker" and "A Guest in My Own Country," spoke to Eleanor Wachtel in May Konrad died on Sep.
13, He was Most readers use their love of literature to expand their horizons and gain new perspective. Reading books written by international authors is a great way to accomplish this goal.
There are many novelists around the world who have created fantastic works that transcend borders. Here are 11 celebrated authors who were born outside of the U.S. Imitation of Life struck a chord in the s, and it continues to resonate powerfully author of numerous bestselling novels, a masterful short story writer, and an outspoken social activist, Fannie Hurst was a major celebrity in the first half of the twentieth century/5(43).
About The Imitation of Christ. Only the Bible has been more influential as a source of Christian devotional reading than The Imitation of meditation on the spiritual life has inspired readers from Thomas More and St. Ignatius Loyola to Thomas Merton and Pope John Paul I. Written by the Augustinian monk Thomas à Kempis between andit contains clear instructions for.
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(For more on the benefits of writing imitations, read Writing Exercise: 3 Reasons to Write Imitations of Your Favorite Authors.) The following is an imitation of In the Woods by Tana French, the first novel in her Dublin Murder Squad series.
In each novel, the perspective character must investigate a murder that somehow hits close to home and. One of the most influential and well-loved books of Christianity, The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis appears here in Penguin Classics in a new translation by Robert Jeffery, with an introduction by Max Von Habsburg, notes, a chronology and further reading.
The Imitation of Christ is a passionate celebration of God's love, mercy and holiness, which has stimulated religious devotion for. In celebration of Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday, author of The Little Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling, Children’s Book Day has events worldwide with writing competitions and speaking engagements with famous authors and illustrators.
This a chance to get to find out about the great works of some unknown children’s authors, as well. Like the three previous classics of monastic literature, The Imitation of Christ is a guide to changing our lives and learning to grow closer to Christ in spirit and in deeds.
The book opens with a quote and an exhortation: "'Whoever follows Me will not walk in darkness'—.These are Christ's own words by which He exhorts us to imitate His life. perfection and to copying books for the schools.
From both pursuits evolved The Imitation of Christ. As editor and translator he was not without faults, but thanks to him the Imitation became and has remained, after the Bible, the most widely read book in the world.
It is his edition that is here rendered into English, without deletion of. Imitation of Life. struck a chord in the s, and it continues to resonate powerfully today. The author of numerous bestselling novels, a masterful short story writer, and an outspoken social activist, Fannie Hurst was a major celebrity in the first half of the twentieth century.
Yet, just as with other types of art, practicing imitations directly can be a useful endeavor for writers looking to step up their game. Here's how imitation works as a writing exercise: Once you've finished reading a book, a story, a poem, or any other type of written work, write just a few paragraphs or pages in the same style.
The Imitation of Christ, the aim was to achieve a simple, readable text which would ring true to those who are already lovers of this incomparable book and would attract others to it. For this reason we have attempted to render the text into English as it is spoken.
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