Julia Rivers presents: Grimms' Nightmares from the Otherworld Go with this Adult Coloring Book on a fantastic journey and discover: ♦ 40 nightmare inducing designs ♦ Detailed and beautiful illustrations ♦ A large print (8.5 x 11) ♦ One-sided printed pages ♦ Hours of Inspiration, Meditation and Fun Don't hesitate and order your own Julia Rivers' Coloring Book. You'll love it!
Julia Rivers presents: Grimms' Nightmares from the Otherworld Go with this Adult Coloring Book on a fantastic journey and discover: ♦ 40 nightmare inducing designs ♦ Detailed and beautiful illustrations ♦ A large print (8.5 x 11) ♦ ...
Author: Julia Rivers
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
We’re the D’Artigo sisters: Half-human, half-Faerie, we’re savvy—and sexy—operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But our mixed-blood heritage short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Delilah shapeshifts into a tabby cat whenever she’s stressed. Menolly’s a vampire who’s still trying to get the hang of being undead. And me? I’m Camille—a wicked-good witch. Except my magic’s as unpredictable as the weather, as my enemies are about to find out the hard way... At the Wayfarer Inn, a portal to Otherworld and the local hangout for humans and beasties alike, a fellow operative, Jocko, has been murdered. Every clue points to Shadow Wing, the soul-munching, badass leader of the Subterranean Realms. He’s made it clear that he aims to raze humankind to the ground, turning both Earth and Otherworld into his private playground. Our assignment: Keep Shadow Wing and his minions from creeping into Earth via the Wayfarer. The demons figure they’re in like Flynn. After all, with only my bumbling sisters and me standing in the way, how can they miss? But we’ve got a secret for them: Faulty wiring or not, nobody kicks ass like the D’Artigo girls...
An Otherworld Novel Yasmine Galenorn. up in OW was like living in a storybook,
though sometimes our world seems founded on Grimm's nightmares rather than
Mother Goose's rhymes. But we love it, monsters and all. Until the past few years
Author: Yasmine Galenorn
The first full-length study of the main German contributors to the Gothic canon, to each of whom a chapter is devoted, The German Gothic Novel in Anglo-German Perspective is an original historical and comparative study that goes well beyond the necessary review of the evidence to include much new material, many new insights and pieces of analysis, and some fundamental changes of perspective. The book aims to put the record straight in bibliographical and literary historical terms, and to act as a reference guide to facilitate future research, so that anyone working on the German Gothic novel or on Anglo-German interactions in the field of Gothic, will find there references to all the relevant secondary literature. The German Gothic Novel in Anglo-German Perspective is addressed to Germanists, but also to teachers and students of English, American and comparative literature, for there is at present hardly a ‘hotter’ subject than Gothic. The book’s emphasis on the Gothic work of canonical writers should prompt even conservative German Departments to reconsider their attitude to Gothic. Being addressed to scholars and students of German, German quotations are given in German, but English translations are added for the convenience of English and American scholars and students of Gothic, who represent another important section of the books’ target audience.
His Die Freunde (1797) revealed a 'faery' otherworld at once enchanting and
horrifying, but enchantment, save in the sense of the ... butcher's shop,
dismembered bodies lying around, and blood, blood everywhere, Bluebeard is
indeed the stuff of nightmares [. ... 118 The Grimms' Blaubart is discussed in
Chapter 14, in.
Author: Patrick Bridgwater
Category: Literary Criticism
If the ancient kingdom of Sumer was the due of the serpent or bull hero who defeated the old serpent or bull and had access to the Divine Mother we can understand why her love appears to be a dangerous boon in later ages. For year by year the chosen of Ishtar has to encounter a foe of his own blood and one of the two "bulls" is dispatched to the country without return. -from "The Divine King" Thoroughly fascinating and totally engrossing, this 1930 work is an exploration of myth and magic in ancient cultures and how they tapped into the most elemental of human experiences-sex, death, tribalism, and war-to lay the foundations of modern religion, contemporary politics, and even the tradition of scientific inquiry. Armchair anthropologists, readers of comparative mythology, and anyone interested in the fundamental basis of the human subconscious will find this book extraordinarily enlightening. Hungarian anthropologist GZA RHEIM (1891-1953) was the first professor of anthropology at the University of Budapest, a position he held from 1919 to 1938, when he fled to the United States to escape the unrest of Europe just prior to World War II. He is also the author of The Riddle of the Sphinx (1934), The Origin and Function of Culture (1943), The Eternal Ones of the Dream (1945), and The Gates of the Dream (1952).
... easy chairs are transformed at night-fall into stallions and on these stallions the
analysts fly through the air and appear as nightmares in their patients' dreams. ...
442, quoting Grimm, DM. 1036. ... The ANIMISM AND THE OTHER WORLD 55.
Author: Giza Rsheim
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
B. Kerbelyte German Sagas ( German ) , by J. Grimm , W. Grimm , H.J. Uther ,
Editor , B. Kindermannbieri , Editor . ... M. Stanonik .169 is and in the Other World
During the Middle - Ages - German and French , by D. Drascek ..172 and Snake
Elixir and Other ... 183 nightmares in Scandinavian Folk Beliefs ( Swedish ) , by C
. Raudvere . ..185 Classic Fairy - Tales - Film and Folklore Documentation and ...
Author: Institute for scientific information (Philadelphie, Pa).
Coraline discovers that they are trapped in the other world , and she sets out to
save them . ... Some adult observers saw it as a book that would give nightmares
to children . ... are likely to miss such subtleties as the clever allusions to classic
horror movies and the references to the original dark tales of the Brothers Grimm .
His adventures on assorted planets aren't based on anything ; they're just
nightmares . ... Now it seems more primitive than Grimm's fairy tales . ... The
noisemakers are , of course , space guns and other instruments of destruction
with which , it would seem , the other - world men are plotting to shatter the
eardrums of Earth .
Category: Child rearing
This comprehensive reference companion volume to Dictionary British 19th Century Book Illustrators contains information on some 1000 British illustrators.
Author: Alan Horne
Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Limited
Author: United States. Congress