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The Yeats Reader, Revised Edition

by Richard J. Finneran William Butler Yeats

Throughout his long life, William Butler Yeats -- Irish writer and premier lyric poet in English in this century -- produced important works in every literary genre, works of astonishing range, energy, erudition, beauty, and skill. His early poetry is memorable and moving. His poems and plays of middle age address the human condition with language that has entered our vocabulary for cataclysmic personal and world events. The writings of his final years offer wisdom, courage, humor, and sheer technical virtuosity. T. S. Eliot pronounced Yeats "the greatest poet of our time -- certainly the greatest in this language, and so far as I am able to judge, in any language" and "one of the few whose history is the history of their own time, who are a part of the consciousness of an age which cannot be understood without them." The Yeats Reader is the most comprehensive single volume to display the full range of Yeats's talents. It presents more than one hundred and fifty of his best-known poems -- more than any other compendium -- plus eight plays, a sampling of his prose tales, and excerpts from his published autobiographical and critical writings. In addition, an appendix offers six early texts of poems that Yeats later revised. Also included are selections from the memoirs left unpublished at his death and complete introductions written for a projected collection that never came to fruition. These are supplemented by unobtrusive annotation and a chronology of the life. Yeats was a protean writer and thinker, and few writers so thoroughly reward a reader's efforts to essay the whole of their canon. This volume is an excellent place to begin that enterprise, to renew an old acquaintance with one of world literature's great voices, or to continue a lifelong interest in the phenomenon of literary genius.

The Yeats Reader, Revised Edition: A Portable Compendium of Poetry, Drama, and Prose

by Richard J. Finneran William Butler Yeats

Throughout his long life, William Butler Yeats -- Irish writer and premier lyric poet in English in this century -- produced important works in every literary genre, works of astonishing range, energy, erudition, beauty, and skill. His early poetry is memorable and moving. His poems and plays of middle age address the human condition with language that has entered our vocabulary for cataclysmic personal and world events. The writings of his final years offer wisdom, courage, humor, and sheer technical virtuosity. T. S. Eliot pronounced Yeats "the greatest poet of our time -- certainly the greatest in this language, and so far as I am able to judge, in any language" and "one of the few whose history is the history of their own time, who are a part of the consciousness of an age which cannot be understood without them."The Yeats Reader is the most comprehensive single volume to display the full range of Yeats's talents. It presents more than one hundred and fifty of his best-known poems -- more than any other compendium -- plus eight plays, a sampling of his prose tales, and excerpts from his published autobiographical and critical writings. In addition, an appendix offers six early texts of poems that Yeats later revised. Also included are selections from the memoirs left unpublished at his death and complete introductions written for a projected collection that never came to fruition. These are supplemented by unobtrusive annotation and a chronology of the life.Yeats was a protean writer and thinker, and few writers so thoroughly reward a reader's efforts to essay the whole of their canon. This volume is an excellent place to begin that enterprise, to renew an old acquaintance with one of world literature's great voices, or to continue a lifelong interest in the phenomenon of literary genius.

Yeeps! Secret in the Statue! (Abracadabra Series #4)

by Peter Lerangis

When Quincy opens the Abracadabra Club's fabulous new magic chest, he unwraps a strange-looking statue with one glowing red eye. The statue rattles when it's shaken. Turns out, this treasure hides its own secret inside.

Yellow Lies

by Susan Slater

Salvadore Zuni is a master carver of traditional Navajo fetishes. He is also a liar. He makes synthetic amber that rivals anything to be found in nature. He even puts the bugs inside. His recipe is worth a fortune, and his partner in these yellow lies is willing to kill for it. In this second book in the series, Ben Pecos returns to the pueblos of New Mexico where he must sift through the traditions of an ancient people to catch a modern day murderer.

Yikes!: A Smart Girl's Guide to Surviving Tricky, Sticky, Icky Situations (American Girl)

by American Girl

Provides techniques for dealing with embarrassing, emotional or frightening situations, including forgetting your lines on stage, being threatened by a bully, or losing your parents in a big city.

Yo Yo Love

by Daaimah S. Poole

Sassy and savvy Kayla Johnson is a serious college student at Philadelphia's Temple University. She's also a fine-looking woman, with ginger-colored skin and more curves than the Liberty Bell. But if Kayla's all that, how come she can't find a man worthy of her charms? When Kayla sets off on a manhunt for Mr. Right, she finds herself hooking up with every hustler, nut, and fast-talking player in Philadelphia. There's Emar, the basketball hotshot who makes his best moves off-court; handsome Terry, who gets downright scary during a weekend in Jersey; and Reese, who'd be da bomb if he'd only drop his white girlfriend. But it's Kayla's relationship with smooth and sexy Wil that really rocks her world and teaches her how to fight for a man-and for her own independence. Because love doesn't get truly crazy until it's the real thing...and the only people who don't get played are the ones who stay out of the game...

Yoga for Real People

by Jan Baker

For anyone intimidated by crowded yoga classes, complicated textbooks, headstands, or simply touching their toes, Yoga for Real People offers a year of classes that progress from beginning to intermediate to advanced levels of practice. A down-to-earth guide for yoga teachers and students alike, this book is illustrated throughout with more than 160 photographs correctly demonstrating 100 poses. Each lesson begins with a discussion of an important yogic concept, before presenting a posture to build flexibility and strength, followed by a meditation to inspire mental relaxation and spiritual growth. As students build a routine, they learn to first "do" the postures, then "experience" the postures, and finally "become" the postures. The appendix includes a complete list of the postures along with a helpful summary of the benefits. Jan Baker's gentle and encouraging style teaches readers how to listen to their bodies, how to stretch without strain, and, most of all, how to find joy in all things. As she writes in the introduction, "If you want to live longer, be healthier, more peaceful - yoga has the answer. How long does it take to accomplish this? That's up to you."

Yoga for Transformation

by Gary Kraftsow

While there is no denying yoga's popularity as a form of physical exercise, the other life-enhancing aspects of this tradition remain obscure to many Westerners. In Yoga for Transformation, Gary Kraftsow introduces techniques that treat not only the physical body but also the emotions, mind, heart, and soul of the practitioner-the places where real transformation can take place. There are breathing techniques to control energy levels, exercises to train and sharpen the intellect, and meditative practices to help increase self-awareness. With more than 350 black and white photographs throughout, this unique and accessible book is dedicated to strengthening the whole self-body, mind, and spirit.

Yoga Gems

by Georg Feuerstein

A blend of physical, mental, and spiritual traditions, Yoga aims to forge a union between mind and body as a means to spiritual enlightenment and true inner peace. There are now 18 million Yoga practitioners in the United States, a jump of 6 million in the last decade alone, and 74 percent of fitness clubs offer Yoga classes. For enthusiasts as well as beginners, this calendar sheds light on the rich philosophical and spiritual tradition behind the exercises. Each page offers an inspirational thought, gathered from sources both ancient and modern by one of America's most respected Yoga scholars, on such topics as inner growth, the value of silence, remembering and cultivating one's true inner self, developing self-discipline, and bringing out the good in all one says and does. The" Yoga Gems 2004 Calendar is the perfect travel companion on the road to spiritual enlightenment and true inner peace.

Yoga Mom, Buddha Baby

by Jyothi Larson Ken Howard

S-T-R-E-T-C-H, STRENGTHEN, AND MEDITATE--WITH YOUR BABY Practicing yoga with your baby--as you hold your baby, have your baby next to you, or have your baby leaning against your thighs or atop your belly--is a wonderful way to add joy to your first year together. Popular yoga teacher Jyothi Larson shares the specially adapted yoga poses she has taught to hundreds of moms and their "Buddha babies," her term for the happy and calm babies in her classes. Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced student, whatever shape you are in, you are in the perfect place to practice yoga. In this beautifully illustrated book with easy-to-follow instructions, Larson presents twenty routines that help you get back in shape faster as you bond with your baby. Included are: * prenatal yoga, with a focus on the last trimester * what to do after birth through the first six weeks, with special poses for women who have had C-sections * modified yoga poses that respect your changing post-pregnancy body and give all of yoga's benefits--stretching, strengthening, and relaxing * fun yoga moves that encourage your baby's natural flexibility and growth * breathing and relaxation exercises as well as partner postures and much more! Experience the joy of yoga while bonding with your baby. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Yoga Rx: A Step-by-Step Program to Promote Health, Wellness, and Healing for Common Ailments

by Larry Payne Richard Usatine

East meets West as an assistant dean at the UCLA School of Medicine and a celebrity Yoga instructor show how to use ancient Yoga postures for treating dozens of common ailments. Yoga has never been hotter in America, and now its benefits are being recognized far beyond the arenas of enlightenment and body sculpting. Yoga RX distills an array of postures into an easy-to-use regimen for anyone seeking relief for anything from back pain to the common cold. Written by a highly respected professor of medicine and a renowned Yoga teacher and Yoga therapist whose clients include Warren Beatty, Ted Danson, and Dolly Parton, Yoga RX offers a holistic program based on the authors' research into the science of Yoga. Helping readers enhance their chances of disease prevention through increased circulation, strength, flexibility, and concentration, this accessible handbook also covers specific Yoga therapies for treating illnesses such as: *Arthritis *Headaches *PMS *Insomnia *Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. In the tradition of The Pilates Body, this step-by-step, illustrated handbook is the ultimate prescription for healing body, mind, and soul.

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

by Mukunda Stiles

This is an English rendering of the classical text on yoga and meditations that maintains the poetic forms of the sutras. Patanjali is to Yoga what Buddha is to Buddhism. His sutras-scriptural narratives sometimes defined as literally "the path to transcendence"- are a darshan, or philosophical worldview and method to aid the awakening of self-realization. Patanjali reveals a set of landmarks that enable practitioners to lift the veils and study the hidden self, eventually following this path to enlightenment.

You Are Here, This Is Now: The Best Young Writers and Artists in America (A Push Anthology)

by David Levithan

This provocative collection of stories and art was drawn from winners of the 1999, 2000, and 2001 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

You Are Not a Stranger Here

by Adam Haslett

In his bestselling and lavishly praised first book of stories, Adam Haslett explores lives that appear shuttered by loss and discovers entire worlds hidden inside them. The impact is at once harrowing and thrilling. An elderly inventor, burning with manic creativity, tries to reconcile with his estranged gay son. A bereaved boy draws a thuggish classmate into a relationship of escalating guilt and violence. A genteel middle-aged woman, a long-time resident of a psychiatric hospital, becomes the confidante of a lovelorn teenaged volunteer. Told with Chekhovian restraint and compassion, and conveying both the sorrow of life and the courage with which people rise to meet it,You Are Not a Stranger Hereis a triumph of storytelling.

You Bet Your Life: A Murder, She Wrote Mystery

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Famed mystery writer and amateur sleuth Jessica Fletcher travels to Las Vegas to join her friend Martha's legal defense team. Martha is charged with murdering her high-rolling husband, Victor Kildare. As media attention grows, Jessica investigates Victor's past--including shady business dealings and three previous marriages--to find the real killer.

You Cannot Be Serious

by James Kaplan John Mcenroe

Autobiography of tennis star.

You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train

by Howard Zinn

Beacon Press is proud to publish a new edition of the classic memoir by one of our most lively, influential, and engaged teachers and activists. Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States, tells his personal stories about more than thirty years of fighting for social change, from teaching at Spelman College to recent protests against war.A former bombardier in WWII, Zinn emerged in the civil rights movement as a powerful voice for justice. Although he's a fierce critic, he gives us reason to hope that by learning from history and engaging politically, we can make a difference in the world.

You Got Nothing Coming

by Jimmy Lerner

You are convicts. Your job here is to lie, cheat, steal, extort, get tattoos, take drugs, sell drugs, shank and sock each other. Just don't let us catch you u that's our job. We catch you, you got nothin' coming. It is your worst nightmare. You wake up naked in an eight-by-ten-foot steel cell designated 'Suicide Watch #3'. The cell is real. Jimmy Lerner, former family man and corporate strategic planner, has become a prison 'fish', or green new arrival. Taken to a penitentiary in the Nevada desert to serve a twelve-year sentence for voluntary manslaughter, this previously nice Jewish boy from Brooklyn ends up sharing a claustrophobic cell with Kansas, a hugely muscled skinhead with a swastika tattooed on his neck and a serious set of issues. You Got Nothing Coming takes us into a corrupt world powered by violence, drugs, rape, fear and racial hatred. With brash, dark humour Jimmy Lerner tells us how the techniques learnt in management seminars have helped him survive in this hostile environment, and how a lethal act of self-defence landed him in this circle of American prison hell in the first place. Bracingly cynical and perceptive, this terrifying story is all truth.

You Got Screwed!

by James J. Cramer

You've been screwed. You've been bludgeoned, skewered, crushed, mutilated by the stock market. Every day you read about another corporate scandal: loans to CEOs that didn't have to be repaid, accounting "irregularities," profits that never existed. You think the stock market must have been rigged. And you're right. You were betrayed by the stock promotion machine -- the mutual fund managers, the brokers, analysts, strategists, and stock gurus who brainwashed you into buying and holding and believing that stocks, like parents, always come through and bail you out in the end. So now what do you do? Where do you put your money? You can't just leave it in the bank or stuff it under the mattress. For fourteen years Jim Cramer ran a hedge fund that compounded money at a rate of 24 percent annually after fees, and then he got out at the end of 2000. He knows that there are ways to make money, smart ways that don't require you to own stocks blindly. There are other investments that won't send you to the poorhouse. This book will tell you what went wrong, who the bad guys were, and what you have to do to restore your financial health. You can't just close your eyes. Ignoring Wall Street isn't the answer. Cash alone isn't the answer. This book has the answers.

You Have to Write

by Janet S. Wong

Ages 8 and up. You have to write! It's a class assignment. But you have nothing to write about. All the other kids seem to have something to tell because they start in right away. What can you do? Stop and think. No one else can tell your stories--about your family, your dog or cat. No one else can tell how it was when your library book got soaked in the rain. But what if you don't like what you write? There are all sorts of ways to change it, to make it better. Keep on playing with your words, putting them together in different ways. You want whatever you write to be good. It will get better and better as you work on it.

You Know Better

by Tina Mcelroy Ansa

As the tiny town of Mulberry, Georgia, celebrates its spring Peach Blossom Festival, things are far from peachy for three generations of Pines women. Eighteen-year-old LaShawndra, who wants nothing more out of life than to dance in a music video, has messed up again -- but this time she isn't sticking around to hear about it. Not that her mother seems to care: Sandra is too busy working on her career and romancing a local minister to notice. It's LaShawndra's grandmother Lily Paine Pines who is out scouring the streets at midnight looking for her granddaughter. But Lily discovers she is not alone. A ghost of a well-known Mulberry pioneer is coming out of the shadows. Over the course of one weekend, these three disparate women, guided by the wisdom of three unexpected spirits, will learn to face the pain of their lives and discover that with reconciliation comes the healing they all desperately seek. You Know Better brilliantly portrays the fissures in modern African American family life to reveal the indestructible soul that bonds us all.

You Know You Love Me (Gossip Girl #2)

by Cecily Von Ziegesar

In You Know You Love Me, the sequel to Gossip Girl, it's brunette vixen Blair Waldorf's seventeenth birthday, and she knows exactly what she wants--Nate, her studly troubles boyfriend of three years. But Blair's been too busy filling out Ivy League college applications to notice that Nate has found himself another playmate.

You May Not Tie an Alligator to a Fire Hydrant: 101 Real Dumb Laws

by Jeff Koon Andy Powell

This hilarious collection of 101 bizarre state laws from across the USA is by the teenage creators of the successful website, DumbLaws.com.

You Need Your Nose: Learning the N Sound (PowerPhonics)

by Kevin Sarkisian

This book teaches facts while incorporating the fundamentals of phonemic patterns and usage

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