Devil Devil Prelude Princess Of Darkness

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Devil Devil Prelude Princess Of Darkness


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Princess Of The Blood


Princess Of The Blood
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Author : Brigitte Goldstein
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2005-09-20



Princess Of The Blood written by Brigitte Goldstein and has been published by Xlibris Corporation this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2005-09-20 with Fiction categories.


The year 1588 finds the Kingdom of France in the grip of its seventh civil war. Three decades of bloody religious strife between Roman Catholics and Protestant Huguenots have cut a seemingly insurmountable rift. Philippe de Treffort is a young nobleman and captain in the army of the Catholic League, sworn to defend the Apostolic Faith against the heretic Reformed Religion. When spring maneuvers take him and his troops to a remote village in the southern Ile de France, he becomes enthralled with Sandrine, the local innkeeper's daughter. From the moment they meet, he senses a mystery behind this beautiful, headstrong child so different from the peasants among whom she lives. In a moment alone, she confesses that she too feels a strange bond with him and that their encounter has revived in her a long-held dream of a liberator who would take her away from her miserable village existence. Blowing all conventions to the wind, he makes a solemn promise which he is, however, unable to fulfill as the waves of war engulf their lives and he is called back to fulfill his oath of allegiance to the Catholic cause. Sandrine remains behind in the village, waiting for his return. Meanwhile, Thierry, the innkeeper, is now called upon by the richest peasant in the village to make good on a promise to have his daughter married to him. When Sandrine resists the advances of her husband during their wedding night, he accuses her of having cast a spell on him and she is taken to Chartres where she is delivered into the hands of the Inquisition. Only her abiding faith in Philippe's promise that he will return gives her the strength to endure the tortures. Her faith is ultimately vindicated and she is spared from being burned at the stake as a witch through a daring rescue launched by Philippe and his retainers. The lovers' time together is all too brief, however. Again the war intervenes and Philippe must follow the call of duty, leaving Sandrine once again exposed to the vicissitudes of life beyond her control. She must duck a gauntlet of injustice, expulsion, starvation, sexual assaults, imprisonment, and all manner of evil machinations, including a protracted siege of Paris by the Huguenot army under Henri de Navarre. She descends into the Parisian underworld to escape a miscreant lecher and shares the lot of migrant workers in the South of the Kingdom. Sustained by the friendship of a troop of itinerant actors and the king of beggars and thieves, she braves all odds as she resolutely sets out to uncover the secret of her parentage and to gain the freedom from an evil fate that has conspired to keep her and Philippe apart. When she is finally restored to her birthright as a princess of the blood at the royal court, she too finds herself caught in the quandary of having to choose between duty to family and political exigencies and the fulfillment of personal happiness. Princess of the Blood is the epic quest of a young woman for her identity and personal freedom and fulfillment in love. It is a colorful tapestry depicting a social order shackled by rigid conventions and a mentality dominated by superstition and fanaticism. It paints the vagaries of political intrigue and protracted war in a world where deep religiosity is often matched by extreme cruelty; an uncompromising world that traps individuals in a pincer of duty and obligations from which there seems no escape. Yet, as the canvas unfolds it also reveals the promise of redemption in the person of a charismatic leader and a woman of undaunted spirit. A brighter scene dawns on the horizon, heralding a time when love and tolerance will triumph over war and discord.

Horror In Silent Films


Horror In Silent Films
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Author : Roy Kinnard
language : en
Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
Release Date : 1995



Horror In Silent Films written by Roy Kinnard and has been published by McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1995 with Performing Arts categories.


Cites and describes 1,130 silent films that contained one or more haunted house, ghost, witch, monster, the occult, or hypnotism. The entries include release date, running time, cast, credits, review quotes, original name and country of foreign films, and descriptions. More text and stills accompany

Tla Video Dvd Guide 2004


Tla Video Dvd Guide 2004
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Author : TLA Video (Firm)
language : en
Publisher: Macmillan
Release Date : 2003-10-24



Tla Video Dvd Guide 2004 written by TLA Video (Firm) and has been published by Macmillan this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003-10-24 with Performing Arts categories.


Reviews over 10,000 films, and includes star, director, and theme indexes.

The Film Daily Year Book Of Motion Pictures


The Film Daily Year Book Of Motion Pictures
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Author :
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1955



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Musical Courier


Musical Courier
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Author :
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1903



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The Devil


The Devil
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Author : Ashley Jade
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2018-11-14



The Devil written by Ashley Jade and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-11-14 with categories.


The Devil is part of the Cards of Love Collection. You do NOT need to read any other books in the collection in order to read The Devil. They'll tell you I seduced them. Used my looks and body to lure them into my playground. They'll tell you I'm a sinner. A demon who held them captive with temptation and lust. They'll tell you I'm evil. A monster obsessed with the both of them. They'll tell you they made a deal with the devil.What they won't tell you...is how much they liked it. Please note: This story contains content that may be offensive to some readers.Please also note: The Devil is a full-length prelude novel

Andrey Bely


Andrey Bely
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Author : John E. Malmstad
language : en
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Release Date : 2019-05-15



Andrey Bely written by John E. Malmstad and has been published by Cornell University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-05-15 with Philosophy categories.


No figure in turn-of-the-century Russia, John Malmstad asserts, better epitomizes the paradoxes of that era than Andrey Bely (1880–1934). Eulogized by Boris Pasternak as "the most remarkable writer of our age" and now widely regarded as the seminal figure in Russian modernism and as one of the major writers of this century, Bely subjected the received standards of truth and value in literature to a penetrating and radical critique. After a long period of suppression under the Stalinist regime, Bely has become the object of growing critical attention in both East and West. Originating in a symposium held in 1984 under the auspices of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University on the fiftieth anniversary of Bely's death, this volume includes ten essays by established scholars of modern Russian literature, including leading Western specialists on Bely. The essays survey Bely's major works in all genres, summarize present research on Bely, reassess critical approaches, and offer fresh interpretations. Analytic summaries of primary works make the essays fully accessible to non-Slavist readers.