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Author: Nora Roberts
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0515141666
Book Pages: 341
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Follows the circle of six as they protect the world--and their hearts--from a vampire who is determined to rule the earth.

Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780425280218
Book Pages: 368
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In the second volume in Roberts' paranormal Circle Trilogy, the Circle of Six prepare to battle for their lives--and their hearts--against the one vampire determined to rule the earth. Original.

Author: Irit Averbuch
Genre: Performing Arts
Publisher: Cornell Univ East Asia Program
ISBN: UOM:39015037473967
Book Pages: 326
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Author: Norma Beishir
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
ISBN: 0425108392
Book Pages: 489
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Passion takes Meredith and Alexander, for whom fame and fortune are seemingly guarenteed, from Malibu and Beverly Hills to New York and Paris, but an explosive secret threatens to destroy their glittery world with scandal

Author: Denise Heywood
Genre: History
Publisher: River Books
ISBN: UOM:39015072797718
Book Pages: 144
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In Cambodia, classical dance is the quintessence of the country's identity. An art form that was religious in origin, its traditions date back more than a thousand years to the great Khmer empire. Dancers performed in temples at Angkor and were the living embodiment of those celestial dancers carved on the temple walls. The history of Cambodian dance, the relationship with Siamese costumes, the role of the French in introducing the dancers to the west, the Reamker epic from which many of the dances are drawn and the stories of dancers who survived the dark period in Cambodian history to revive classical dance today are all related in this fascinating and beautifully illustrated book. AUTHOR: Denise Heywood lived and worked in Cambodia for many years, specialising in the study of Khmer dance. 200 colour illustrations

Author: Rabbi Arthur Ocean Waskow
Genre: Religion
Publisher: Orbis Books
ISBN: 9781608338641
Book Pages:
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"In a time of great changes in culture and consciousness, ancient biblical wisdom may reveal new meanings and points the way toward spiritual and social renewal"--

Author: Phillip Zarrilli
Genre: Performing Arts
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781134651108
Book Pages: 280
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Kathakali Dance-Drama provides a comprehensive introduction to the distinctive and colourful dance-drama of Kerala in South-West India for the first time. This landmark volume: * explores Kathakali's reception as it reaches new audiences both in India and the west * includes two cases of controversial of Kathakali experiments * explores the implications for Kathakali of Keralan politics During these performances heroes, heroines, gods and demons tell their stories of traditional Indian epics. The four Kathakali plays included in this anthology, translated from actual performances into English are: * The Flower of Good Fortune * The Killing of Kirmmira * The Progeny of Krishna * King Rugmamgada's Law Each play has an introduction and detailed commentary and is illustrated by stunning photographs taken during performances. An introduction to Kathakali stage conventions, make-up, music, acting, and training is also provided, making this an ideal volume for both the specialist and non-specialist reader.

Author: Kent Nerburn
Genre: Self-Help
Publisher: Canongate Books
ISBN: 9781786891167
Book Pages: 141
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When Kent Nerburn received a letter from Jennifer, a young woman questioning her calling to spend her life in the arts, the writer and artist was struck by how closely her questions mirrored the doubts and yearnings of his own youth. Nerburn resolved that he would write his own letter: a letter of welcome and encouragement to all young artists setting out on the same strange and magical journey, sharing the wisdom of a life spent working in the arts. From struggles with money and the bitterness of rejection, to spiritual questions of inspiration and authenticity, Dancing With the Gods offers insight, solace and courage to help young artists on the winding road to artistic fulfilment. Tender and joyous, it is a celebration of art's power to transform the darkest of human experience and give voice to the grandest of human hopes.

Author: Saara Taina
Genre: Religion
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 9780768488340
Book Pages: 208
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Release the Kingdom through Dance! You can experience God’s presence and healing power through dance. Encountering God Through Dance equips believers to worship Jesus in wholehearted devotion—to express love without fear or shame. What people are saying: Encountering God Through Dance is the wonderful journey of a radical lover of God…and a manual for instruction and inspiration. —Bill Johnson, Senior Pastor, Bethel Church This is by far the most refreshing book I have read in a long time. Saara Taina has given her life to a core area of life that is far too marginalized in many churches. —Marc A. Dupont, Mantle of Praise Ministries, Inc. Rarely do you see a book that offers passion, testimonies, and biblical expertise so that others can be fully equipped. —Theresa Dedmon, Director of Prophetic Arts, Bethel Church We have personally experienced the breakthrough power of the dance many, many times in Succat Hallel, our 24/7 worship room that overlooks Mount Zion in Jerusalem. —Rick and Patti Ridings, Succat Hallel The author’s personal journey of devotion through dance has taken her worldwide. She wraps her exciting travels with a solid biblical framework for the importance of dance in the Kingdom of God—on earth, today!

Author: Kenny Pearl
Genre: Performing Arts
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 9781460262719
Book Pages: 288
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When Kenny Pearl arrived in New York City, determined to succeed as a dancer, he was penniless, friendless and jobless. His memories shine against the backdrop of the turbulent ’60s and ’70s, including Vietnam War protests, the military draft and the rampant crime that once plagued the city. From humble beginnings in the hippie-populated Lower East Side, to performing with the greats of the New York modern dance scene—he danced with the companies of both Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey—Pearl’s life is one of tenacity, hard work and passion. This is the engaging story of the hurdles he faced on his unique journey and the remarkable people he met along the way.