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2 edition of Strangeness of heart found in the catalog.

Strangeness of heart

Harry Somers

Strangeness of heart

piano solo

by Harry Somers

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Published by Berandol Music in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Piano music

  • Edition Notes

    3

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM 25 S65 S8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. of music
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21101873M

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The Strangeness of Truth is a stirring call to make our faith not just a place we visit, but rather the very air we breathe, the food we eat, and the home in which we live. I have long been convinced that Father Damian Ference will be remembered as one of the greatest spiritual thinkers of this generation, and this work more than bears that out.5/5(19).

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This is why we know each other below our strangeness, why when we fall, we lift each other, or when in pain, we hold each other, why when sudden with joy, we dance together. Life is the many pieces of that great heart loving itself back. This book fills in many of the finer details of his life experience, from the struggles during his growing-up years through the explosion and aftermath which has changed his life.

He heroically and truthfully shares from his heart about the pain, anger, and I got to hear J. Martinez in person as he was a keynote speaker at the Texas Library 4/5(68).

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The 'horror' in Conrad's story largely remains out of sight. In Greene's book it is out in the open and more s:   The Strangeness of Grief. My father was forty-five or forty-six when he had a heart attack. but to be a proper writer was his great ambition, and in he had brought out a little book. (from The Book Thief - page ) Markus Zusak makes the words right.

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The Strangeness of Men is a captivating collection of short stories and poems -- each as clever and relatable as the next. Wright artfully tackles subjects ranging from the innocence of children confronted with adult violence just out of their grasping, through the struggles of adolescence and coming of age, to the tedium, tension, and frustration of Reviews: Shop and Buy Strangeness Of Heart sheet music.

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It also deals with the idea of liminality – border crossing and transgression, erasing and superceding – through discussions of Book I of The Faerie Queene and Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.

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