Nolan explores the way Roman and medieval authors used the mirror as both instrument and metaphor
Paul, i Corinthians 13.12 The King James translation of St. Paul's paradigm, "Now we see through a glass darkly," has haunted the imagination of the English- speaking world since the age of Shakespeare. The reverence we feel toward it, ...
Author: Edward Peter Nolan
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
These thirteen original essays are provocative explorations in the construction and representation of self in America's colonial and early republican eras. Highlighting the increasing importance of interdisciplinary research for the field of early America
You will see that the places where the authors in Through a Glass Darkly discover liminality are greatly varied — in trials and executions , in courts , in commonplace books , in dreams , in new communities , in personal pain ...
Author: Ronald Hoffman
Publisher: UNC Press Books
... in examining your memory for what you are to put into such a person's ear , who has so large and passable a road from her ear to her tongue . ... whereof some be deacons , some priests , some bishops ; to whom 16 Through a Glass Darkly.
Author: Michael Watts
Publisher: Gracewing Publishing
Category: Anglican Communion
THE STORY: Karin is a young wife, an older sister and an only daughter. In her kaleidoscopic internal world, the boundaries between different realities blur and shift. Karin's family goes on their annual holiday together, and on a bleak, beautiful
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Author: Ingmar Bergman
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc
Five students at The Ashkellon School of Magic discover that they are fated to be a part of an ancient prophecy that foretells the return of dragons to their rightful place in the world; but this is only the beginning. The students must also open Temples, scattered around the world, in order to one day bring back belief in the Gods. Each of the five employs their own distinct style of magic to see their mission through. Treachery lurks around every corner as the group finds that true friendship and dedication to their task will help them overcome the mysteries of the prophecy. Come escape into a world filled with time travel, pirates, exciting battles and more in the unforgettable Through The Glass Darkly: A Dragons' Tale. M. L. Canales lives in Mackinaw City, Michigan. He is currently writing the second book in the Through The Glass Darkly series. http: //SBPRA.com/MLCanale
As Lon slipped into deep sleep, he found himself in a familiar place, his dreamscape. Mist billowed, and all around him was it was gray. ... It is as a mystery, like looking through a glass darkly. In time, all will be revealed to you.
Author: M. L. Canales
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Selected papers from the conferences.
One vehicle through which this appeal could be made was the civic religion. Here religion becomes a vehicle of reciprocal connectedness because of its ... Aesthetics and Subjectivity: From Kant to Nietzsche,. 150 ... Through a Glass Darkly.
Author: Frances Di Lauro
Publisher: Sydney University Press
Category: Art and literature
2018 ASJA Award-Winner in the Biography/History Category Is it possible to make direct contact with the dead? Do the departed seek to make contact with us? The conviction that both things are true was the cornerstone of spiritualism, a kind of do-it-yourself religion that swept the Western world from the 1850s to the 1930s. Prominent artists and poets, prime ministers and scientists, all joined hands around the séance table. But the movement's most famous spokesman by far was Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, whose public quarrels with Houdini over the truth of spiritualism made headlines across the country. Known to the world as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle had undergone what many considered an enigmatic transformation, turning his back on the hyper-rational Holmes and plunging into the supernatural. What was it that convinced a brilliant man, the creator of the great exemplar of cold, objective thought, that there was a reality beyond reality? Though most modern sources make Conan Doyle out to be a kindly but credulous old fool, and though the spiritualist era was rife with fraud, Stefan Bechtel and Laurence Roy Stains take a closer look. They reexamine the old records of trance mediums and séances, and they discover that what Conan Doyle and his colleagues uncovered is as difficult to dismiss now as it was then.
In the upper corners two holes had been bored, through which long wires had been passed, with hooks on the ends. Houdini passed the slate to Sir Arthur, ... This ancient prophecy of doom was the exact phrase he 158 through a glass, darkly.
Author: Stefan Bechtel
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Phil, an only child is finding his way through life. Girls confuse but excite him. He discovers, as he grows that they, and boys too, are more complex than expected. His growing up is hard and painful. During Army service he serves in Kenya and kills. He falls in love with the country and a local girl. They marry and he farms in Africa. Anne, not all she seems, produces a life-threatening crisis for him. The resolution of this crisis causes drastic action that affects the rest of his story. The problem is not resolved until the final pages.
Miss Reynolds had not sorted us back into boys and girls. I found Claire's hand in the ... Some came through where the hatch ought to be, and we could see each other. The hatch had been sent up by ... We'll need 61 Through a Glass Darkly.
Author: John Myatt
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Then all vision vanished while his mind waited through an eternity , without power to petition further . Again , as it seemed , over the æons ... IV SLOWLY consciousness returned to Neville . At first “ THROUGH A GLASS , DARKLY " 41.
Author: Trevor Blakemore
In 4562, Christian Brandon, a successful 35 year old physician, leaves his comfortable home and with his ten year old daughter, Gwen, emigrates to distant Kerry, the only planet on record to have destroyed itself with a no-holds-barred nuclear war 1500 years earlier. Chris feels certain the preapocalyptic ruins hold the secret to the missing home planet of man, the home that is clearly indicated by the early languages and customs yet is no where to be found. Christian's convictions are based on anomalies in both the galaxy itself and the pattern of man's 4500 year galactic history. He senses a connection with the Word, the visionary founder of the Sapphire Way, who was present at the preapocalyptic colonization of Kerry. The quest for answers has an odd pattern of its own, and over Christian's lifetime involve interplanetary war and the apparently impossible faster than light star drive.
He'd just worked this contingency into more or less adequate shape when Carmen came out ofa prolonged muse and asked; “Ross, do you believe in God? ... “Carmen, my sweet, when you asked me about God and 162 Through a Glass Darkly.
Author: Brooksa Horsley