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Trudy

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Author: Akademii︠a︡ nauk Ukraïnsʹkoï RSR. Fizychno-matematychnyĭ viddil
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Category : Science
Languages : uk
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A Japanese Grammar

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Author: Johann Joseph Hoffmann
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Category : Japanese language
Languages : en
Pages : 367
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Sono

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Author: Sarah Arvio
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0307497968
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Category : Poetry
Languages : en
Pages : 98
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Book Description: Here is Sono, a new collection of bracingly original poems, from the prizewinning author of Visits from the Seventh. Composed during a long stay in Rome, these cantos look outward in order to look inward, transforming sights and stories into expressionistic explorations of the state of the heart. Playful, probing, philosophical, colorful, often funny, they describe a struggle to come to terms with loss and grief and to find a basis for renewal; they ask whether and how life is worth living, taking pleasure in the questions themselves. “It wasn’t the life I would have wanted, / had I known what sort of life I did want,” starts the poem entitled “Chagrin.” “I do believe I was never loved,” announces “Obelisk.” Riffing expertly, Sarah Arvio brings wit and exquisite formal discipline to her gorgeous meditations on the life lived. These are high-burning songs of the self— colloquial, sexy, unflinching, and unforgettable. A colossal mess I made of my life, in the flesh and also in the round; this was the essence of colosseum, the museum of my colossal shame, where I mused on the blood sport of it all. . . (from "Colosseum")


An Adopted Husband Sono Omokage

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Author: Tatsunosuke Hasegawa
Publisher: General Books LLC
ISBN: 9781150204067
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Pages : 144
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Book Description: This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1919. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XVII IT was long past ten o'clock that night, in fact, it was nearly eleven, and the coarse ware shop had been locked for some time when Tetsuya opened the door and stepped out. When he came to the middle of the street where the moon shone brightly, he stopped and turned towards the door through which he had just come, and which he had left open. Sayo-ko appeared quickly and, after shutting it behind her, pattered up. "I am sorry to keep you waiting. Are you going by street-car?" "Well," he changed his mind, "no, the moon is so fine, I shall stroll through Surugadai." "Then I will accompany you as far as the mail-box over there." The traffic of vehicles had not yet ceased on Awajicho. From where they stood, they could see the lanterns crossing each other on the street; yet the bystreet on which they were was quiet, with not even a single passer-by. Tetsuya, with Sayo-ko at his side, lingeringly climbed the slope. "I enjoyed tonight very much, you were so cheerful, though now you have resumed your usual Sayosan seriousness." "Please excuse me for romping all the time. This is for tonight only. I will be serious from tomorrow." Her tone still retained some buoyancy. "No; seriousness is all right, but sometimes a person ought to be gay. Hitherto I thought you were too sedate; now I see you behaved that way because you were tyrannized over by your sister and mother. At home you never acted so pleasantly." "That may be so. At school I was known as a romping girl," she smiled; "but this evening I--" she faltered, "I was a little beside myself, I am sure." "Beside yourself? Now that you mention it, I remember you did do some strange things. You occasionally sighed while you were frolicking. Why did you do that?" Sayo-ko as usual was reticent. He repeated, "I sa...


Chtenii A

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Author: Istoricheskoe obshchestvo Nestora-li͡etopist͡sa
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Category : Russia
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Tel Sono

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Author: Tel Sono
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Category : Christian biography
Languages : en
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Book Description: Tel Sono began business as a lawyer in Tokyo at age 26. She came to San Francisco in 1886 and organized Christian missionary activities to assist Japanese women by education. She established the Benevolent Society for Japanese in San Francisco, taught Japanese language at Mrs. Osborn's Mission Training Inst. in Brooklyn, NY., & was also active in the Women's Temperance Union. She began the Tel Sono Assn. to establish a non-sectarian Christian Training School for Japanese women of the higher classes, to be an example to other classes of women in Japan. This autobiography of the first Japanese woman lawyer is inspiring.