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Rachmaninoff's Complete Songs

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Sergei Rachmaninoff-the last great Russian romantic and arguably the finest pianist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries-wrote 83 songs, which are performed and beloved throughout the world. Like German Lieder and French mélodies, the songs w

The Anchor Book of Sixteenth Century Verse

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This comprehensive anthology contains selections from the work of twenty-five poets of the sixteenth century. Employing the original, rather than normalized, texts, the volume includes complete, non-excerpted poems by John Skelton, Philip Sidney a

Das Buch Niemand

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Wer bist du? - Niemand! Homer, Die Odyssee Ob man Whisky trinkt oder meditiert - ganz egal. Wahre innere Befreiung geschieht einfach. Mit viel hintergründigem Humor beantwortet Richard Sylvester grundlegende Fragen zu Nicht-Dualität und Befreiung. Seine Gespräche mit Erleuchtungssuchern sind tief berührend und überraschend - und lassen eingefahrene Denkmuster sich in nichts auflösen. Innere Befreiung und Erleuchtung - die groBen Ziele aller spirituell Suchenden. Doch wie erreicht man sie? Indem man stundenlang auf dem Meditationskissen sitzt oder sich in die Lehren berühmter Gurus und Weisheitslehrer vertieft? Nein, meint Richard Sylvester! Denn da ist einfach nichts. Niemand kann etwas anstreben oder erreichen - schon gar nicht Erleuchtung. Auf radikale und kompromisslose Weise macht der Autor klar: Befreiung geschieht einfach. Ganz spontan und unbeeinflussbar. Mit viel Humor führt er vor Augen, dass Entspanntheit und relaxtes Geschehen-Lassen die wahren Schlüssel sind, um zu der einen fundamentalen Erkenntnis zu gelangen, die wahre Befreiung bewirkt: Es gibt kein getrenntes Dasein, alles ist Teil des Einen. Eine einzigartige Verbindung von englischem Humor und Advaita-Lehre.

Non-Duality Questions, Non-Duality Answers

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Non-Duality Questions, Non-Duality Answers is an organic, interactive exploration of non-duality-the understanding that in life there is no separation, only seamless Oneness. Structured around reader questions, this book invites you to

I Hope You Die Soon

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This is an uncompromising and provocative book about non-duality. In liberation it is seen that all phenomena simply arise in awareness with no person mediating them. Purpose, religion and paths of spiritual development all lose their m

Wer braucht eigentlich Nirwana?

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Nicht du findest die Erleuchtung, sondern die Erleuchtung findet dichInnere Befreiung und Erleuchtung - die groBen Ziele aller spirituell Suchenden. Doch wie erreicht man sie? Indem man stundenlang auf dem Meditationskissen sitzt oder sich

The Haunting Of Eden House

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Following a local tradition, Richard and Olivia decided to celebrate the almost completed house by throwing an elaborate banquet, exactly the way Richard's ancestor, Bernard Braxton Eden, would have done. Olivia, with the help of local antique dealer Karen Wyatt, was able to gather the same dishes and cook the same food Bernard would have served. Whether the banquet was a success, nobody knows because nobody lived to say. Early the next morning the chief of police, roused by the families of those who had not come home, drove out to have a word with the Eden's. He stumbled onto a scene of such horror and butchery that for weeks he was unable to talk about it. From what the police were able to piece together, Richard Eden had gone insane and chopped up his wife and guests with an ax. Most of the dismembered corpses were sprawled in the common room where Olivia had been about to serve dinner. Each one lay grossly in a pool of its own blood. Two guests, Sally Dunne and Henry Kagan's, had apparently tried to fight their way out. Their mutilated torsos were found by the kitchen door. Henry Kagan's decapitated head was so twisted that his bulging eyes seemed to be staring after the madman who had inflicted such a terrible death upon him. The police found Richard Eden hanging from a rope at the top of the banister. A thin stream of saliva and blood ran from the corner of his mouth. His hands and clothing were bathed in fresh blood, but other than the rope around his neck, his body was untouched. They speculated that he had come to his senses, seeing the grisly murders he had committed, then he himself had committed suicide.

Marblehead

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Marblehead encompasses all of 1927, a year in which H.P. Lovecraft, researching a book he'd been hired to write for the Nazis, travels the East Coast in the company of Charles Sylvester Viereck.

Marblehead

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Marblehead encompasses all of 1927, a year in which H.P. Lovecraft, researching a book he'd been hired to write for the Nazis, travels the East Coast in the company of Charles Sylvester Viereck.

Lovecraft's Book

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When unworldly fantasist H.P. Lovecraft was approached by crafty fanatic George Sylvester Viereck to write an American Mein Kampf, the bait was almost irresistible. If Lovecraft would lend his pen and his Anglo-Saxon stock to the f

Lovecraft's Book

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When unworldly fantasist H.P. Lovecraft was approached by crafty fanatic George Sylvester Viereck to write an American Mein Kampf, the bait was almost irresistible. If Lovecraft would lend his pen and his Anglo-Saxon stock to the fascist cause, Viereck would arrange the publication in proper book form of a volume of his stories, hitherto scattered in pulp magazines. Whilst the famous horror writer had some pretty obnoxious political opinions, his friends didn't really believe he knew what deep waters he was getting himself into. And so began a concerted effort to keep H.P. Lovecraft out of the clutches of the forces of darkness that were to plunge the world into war.

The Collection of Classic Horror Stories

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Karpathos publishes the greatest works of history's greatest authors and collects them to make it easy and affordable for readers to have them all at the push of a button. All of our collections include a linked table of contents. Horror stories have captivated millions of readers for many centuries. This collection includes many of the greatest horror stories ever written: NOVELS AND NOVELLAS: Frankenstein by Mary ShelleyDracula by Bram StokerCarmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le FanuThe Great God Pan by Arthur MachenThe Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis StevensonThe House on the Borderland by William Hope HodgsonThe Beetle by Richard MarshThe House of the Vampire by George Sylvester ViereckThe Lost Stradivarius by John Meade Falkner SHORT STORIES: The Monkey's Paw by W.W. Jacobs The Vampyre by John William PolidoriThe King in Yellow by Robert ChambersThe Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan PoeThe Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan PoeThe Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan PoeThe Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan PoeThe Willows by Algernon BlackwoodThe Wendigo by Algernon BlackwoodThe Bottle Imp by Robert Louis StevensonAn Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose BierceThe Damned Thing by Ambrose BierceThe Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington IrvingThe Devil and Tom Walker by Washington IrvingThe Minister's Black Veil by Nathaniel Hawthorne

To Light A Candle

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Cynny Barlow is just eighteen when she falls helplessly in love with the dashing Ralph Clinton, an ambitious and talented actor visiting her home town for the summer. However, when Ralph is talent-spotted by a film producer, he puts everything behind him and leaves for the big time, with no idea that Cynny is already pregnant. Whilst her daughter Suzie is a toddler, Cynny can see no way out of her life of drudgery, working at the grocer's during the day, and as a barmaid in the evenings to make ends meet. Her one friend in the village, the vicar's wife Kate Bainbridge, is sympathetic, but has her own problems. Although the face she shows the parishioners is one of contentment, Kate yearns for more passion in her life than her husband Richard seems able to give her. Lately, she has been charmed by Richard's old friend, Perry Sylvester, a famous jazz pianist. But so far, there is nothing in his behaviour to suggest that he feels the same way. But everything is set to change for all concerned, for when Perry makes Cynny's acquaintance, he recognises in her a rare singing talent, one that would perfectly match the jazz he plays in the nightclubs of London.

Der Schimmelreiter

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Verfilmung Produktion von 1934 Regie: Hans Deppe und Curt Oertel Darsteller: Mathias Wieman, Marianne Hoppe, Hans Deppe. Musik von Winfried Zillig. Produktion von 1977 Die Peterswarf in Ockholm Regie: Alfred Weidenmann Darsteller: Lina Carstens, Anita Ekström, Gert Fröbe, Werner Hinz, John Phillip Law, Vera Tschechowa, Richard Lauffen. Die Musik schrieb Hans-Martin Majewski. Dieser Film weicht teilweise vom Buch ab. Viele Szenen der Novelle gehen nicht oder abgeändert in den Film ein, so zum Beispiel der Tod von Tede Volkerts und Haukes Tochter Wienke. Gedreht wurde der Film unter anderem in Ockholm. Hauptmotiv der AuBenaufnahmen war die Ockholmer Peterswarf. Wie im Buch und in der Realität ist sie auch im Film der Hof des Deichgrafen. Produktion von 1984 Regie: Klaus Gendries Darsteller: Sylvester Groth, Hansjürgen Hürrig, Fred Düren und andere Dieser Fernsehfilm war eine Koproduktion zwischen der DDR und der Volksrepublik Polen. Die an der Nordsee spielenden Szenen wurden an der Ostseeküste der beiden Länder gedreht. Der Film wurde am 26. Dezember 1984 erstmals im DDR-Fernsehen gezeigt und hatte am 7. September 1985 in Husum bundesdeutsche Uraufführung.
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