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The Western Experience, Volume I: To the Eighteenth Century (9th edition)

by Raymond Grew Theodore K. Rabb Barbara Hanawalt Mortimer Chambers Isser Woloch Lisa Tierstein

The subject of this book is the Western experience-- that is, the history of European civilization, which is the civilization of modern Europe and America. Yet we do not begin with the mainland of present-day Europe, for our civilization traces its origins to earlier ones in Mesopotamia and around the Mediterranean Sea.

Western Influence on Malayalam Language and Literature

by K. M. George

Dr. George's comprehensive study is valuable, not only for throwing a revealing light on the immediate subject, but also for its relevance to the wider subject of western influence on India as a whole.

The Western Intellectual Tradition: From Leonardo to Hegel

by Jacob Bronowski Bruce Mazlish

The history of science has been successfully integrated with other intellectual and political developments in the Western tradition, instead of being cut off as a recondite specialty untouched by the humanists. The method used by Brunswick and Mazlish is to select twenty-five or more key persons or events and to weave the whole chronicle of Western thought from Leonardo to Hegel (inclusive) around them. Their work is therefore less abstract than some histories of thought of a similar compass, since it does not hesitate to deal with specific persons and even political events: intellectual history is not reduced to themes and elements. The individual chapters, since they are really examples, present the newest learned evidence with some detail and even indicate the scholarly controversies that are involved. References to the learned literature in these essays are invariably apt.

The Western Lit Survival Kit: An Irreverent Guide to the Classics, From Homer to Faulkner

by Sandra Newman

A side-splitting tour that makes it a blast to read the Western literary canon, from the ancient Greeks to the Modernists. To many, the Great Books evoke angst: the complicated Renaissance dramas we bluffed our way through in college, the dusty Everyman's Library editions that look classy on the shelf but make us feel guilty because they've never been opened. On a mission to restore the West's great works to their rightful place (they were intended to be entertaining!), Sandra Newman has produced a reading guide like no other. Beginning with Greek and Roman literature, she takes readers through hilarious detours and captivating historical tidbits on the road to Modernism. Along the way, we find parallels between Rabelais and South Park, Jane Austen and Sex and the City, Jonathan Swift and Jon Stewart, uncovering the original humor and riskiness that propelled great authors to celebrity. Packed with pop culture gems, stories of literary hoaxes, ironic day jobs for authors, bad reviews of books that would later become classics, and more.

Western Philosophy: An Anthology (Second Edition)

by John Cottingham

This book offers a guided tour through the main branches of philosophy, introducing the ideas in sequence, and uncovering the main outlines of the Western philosophical tradition.

Western Pony (Pony Pals #22)

by Jeanne Betancourt

Lulu after coming back from vacation finds Snow White missing and she is seen to be used by Charlie in a different style altogether. Lulu tries to change the attitude and reunites the Pony Pal friends.

The Western Time of Ancient History

by Alexandra Lianeri

This book examines the conceptual and temporal frames through which modern Western historiography has linked itself to classical antiquity. In doing so, it articulates a genealogical problematic of what history is and a more strictly focused reappraisal of Greek and Roman historical thought. Ancient ideas of history have played a key role in modern debates about history writing, from Kant through Hegel to Nietzsche and Heidegger, and from Friedrich Creuzer through George Grote and Theodor Mommsen to Momigliano and Moses Finley; yet scholarship has paid little attention to the theoretical implications of the reception of these ideas. The essays in this collection cover a wide range of relevant topics and approaches and boast distinguished authors from across Europe in the fields of classics, ancient and modern history and the theory of historiography.

The Western Trail

by Ralph H. Compton

The only riches Texans had left after the Civil war were five million maverick longhorns and the brains, brawn and boldness to drive them north to where the money was. Now, Ralph Compton brings this violent and magnificent time to life in an extraordinary epic series based on the history-blazing trail drives. Benton McCaleb and his band of bold-sprited cowboys brave over a thousand treacherous miles to drive 2400 head of ornery cattle into Wyoming's Sweetwater Valley. They're setting up a ranch just north of Cheyenne when a ruthless railroad baron and his hired killers try to force them off the land. With the help of Shoshoni Indian tribe and Buffalo Bill Cody, McCaleb and his men vow to stand and fight. Outgunned and outmanned, they'll wage the most ferocious battle of their lives--to win the right to call the land their own.

Western Union

by Zane Grey

A Harvard man heads west to meet his destiny when he meets up with a group of westerners who have a dangerous, thrilling dream to carry a thousand mile long iron wire for a company- Western Union.

Western Wind

by Paula Fox

Twelve-year-old Elizabeth is angry about spending the summer with her grandmother after her baby brother is born. Slowly, almost without realizing it, Elizabeth feels closer to Gran and hears her words in a way she won't forget.

Western Winter Wedding Bells

by Cheryl St. John Charlene Sands Jenna Kernan

Small town Christmas-Three big proposals!Christmas in Red Willowby Cheryl St. JohnChloe Hanley must save the town church. But only if she can convince reclusive carpenter Owen Reardon to help repair the broken heart of the community and open his own up again- in time for Christmas!The Sheriff's Housekeeper Brideby Jenna KernanRunning from her past and a crime she didn't commit, Eliza Flannery bumps into her future-all rugged six-foot sheriff of him! Single father Trent Foerster mistakes her for his housekeeper, but there's no mistaking his desire for a mistletoe kiss from this mysterious miss.... Wearing the Rancher's Ringby Charlene SandsCooper Garnett is shot and left for dead near Double J Ranch when widow Rachel Bodine comes to his aid. Could his unexpected arrival be the best Christmas gift ever- a second-chance family for Rachel and her little son?

A Western Winter Wonderland

by Cheryl St. John Jenna Kernan Pam Crooks

Three heartwarming stories full of holiday sparkle and romance!Christmas Day Family by Cheryl St. John Marvel Henley though she was content until the new handsome doctor Seth Paxton and his adorable kids crashed into her life! Suddenly she began to yearn for things she had long stopped wishing for. . . Fallen Angel by Jenna Kernan When Abby March is accidentally shot she and her young boy are taken into a rugged stranger's care. Dark and mysterious, Ford Statler hides a softer side and offers much more than just a Christmas to remember. . . One Magic Eve by Pam Crooks Chet Latimer is attracted to Sonja Kaplan despite local gossip, and he finds himself asking Sonja for help with his motherless little boy. With Christmas on the horizon and magic in the air, their lives may just change. . . forever!

Western World

by Christopher L. Salter

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The Westie Winter: A Story of a West Highland Terrier (Dog Tales #2)

by Coleen Hubbard

[From the back cover:] Who could say no to a puppy? Every Christmas, Kelly asks her parents for a puppy. But she never gets one. This year Kelly has a great idea. She'll get a puppy for somebody who loves dogs as much as she does -- her Grandpa Dunc, who has just moved in with Kelly's family. Kelly meets a breeder and picks the perfect puppy on her own. But suddenly Grandpa Dune starts acting strange. Could the puppy present be all wrong? Book jacket. If you love dogs, Bookshare has more books in the Dog Tales series for you. Check out #1 The Golden Year: A Story of a Golden Retriever, #3 Mountain Dog Rescue: A Story of a Bernese Mountain Dog, and #4 The Great Spaniel Escape.

Westin Family Ties

by Alice Sharpe

Cody Westin had been a man on a mission since the moment his wife, Cassie, walked away under a cloud of secrecy. She had her reasons, but a Westin never gives up without a fight. So when, after six long months, he was reunited with the woman he'd sworn to love, honor and cherish, it was her very pregnant belly and the fact that she'd been accused of unspeakable crimes that made him realize just how much had changed. Knowing she'd be safer by his side, they headed back to Wyoming and the life Cassie seemed desperate to leave behind. Unfortunately, danger followed, and now Cody not only had a marriage to protect, but the lives of those who mattered most. Would the trouble bring them closer together-or tear their newfound family apart?

Westmark

by Lloyd Alexander

A boy fleeing from criminal charges falls in with a charlatan, his dwarf attendant, and an urchin girl, travels with them about the kingdom of Westmark, and ultimately arrives at the palace where the king is grieving over the loss of his daughter.

The Westmere Legacy

by Mary Nichols

To Choose a HusbandIsabella's grandfather, the Earl of Westmere, insists she take a husband-and she must choose which of her four second cousins it must be. In desperation, Bella turns to Robert Huntley, the cousin with whom she's shared many a childhood adventure.A distinguished captain of the Hussars, Robert finds himself agreeing to her outrageous suggestion of a pretend engagement. He tells Bella he has no desire to be shackled in a loveless marriage, and their engagement must end once she's had a Season in town. Why, then, is he tantalized by thoughts of Bella, and the pleasures their marriage could bring them both?

Westminster Abby

by Micol Ostow

Abby has always considered herself to be a little vanilla--sweet,plain, but not very exciting. So when she finds herself flying across the ocean to London, trying to forget her problems with her cheating ex-boyfriend and her overprotective parents, she figures her semester abroad is her chance to become one big hot fudge sundae. And she isn't disappointed. London boasts a plethora of funky pubs and shops, drivers on the wrong side of the street, French fries called chips, and a very charming Brit named Ian. As Abby moves closer to the vision of her wild child self, she realizes that sometimes leaving what you know best actually brings you closer to what you best know--yourself. This S. A. S. S. (Students Across the Seven Seas) novel is one of the first two in our new study abroad fiction series. Teen girls will latch onto these books as they're enmeshed in the lives of characters just like themselves, who are experiencing new cultures, new friendships, and new worlds through study abroad! .

The Westminster Dictionary of Christian Theology

by John Bowden Alan Richardson

The Westminter Dictionary of Christian Theologyis an important reference for any pastor, scholar, or student of theology. The articles are clearly written, historically informative, and conceptually clarifying. The entries are arranged alphabetically for ease of use. Related ISBN 9780664227487

The Westminster Handbook to Karl Barth

by Richard E. Burnett

Featuring essays from renowned scholars, this volume in the Westminster Handbooks to Christian Theology series provides an insightful and comprehensive overview of the theology of Karl Barth (1886-1968). This volume offers concise descriptions of Barth's key terms and concepts, while also identifying the intricate connections within Barth's theological vocabulary. Masterfully compiled and edited, this volume features the largest team of Barth scholars ever gathered to interpret Barth's theology. The result is a splendid introduction to the most influential theologian of the modern era.

The Westmoreland Series Books 16-20

by Brenda Jackson

The Westmoreland Series Books 16-20

Westward Bound (National Treasure: A Gates Family Mystery #4)

by Catherine Hapka

This series follows the ancestors of Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicholas Cage in the films), as they search for treasure and strive to clear their family name. In this fourth entry, James Gates heads West after hearing rumors of gold in California in 1848, and soon stumbles upon a wall of riddles.

Westward Expeditions

by Wright Group/McGraw-Hill

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