Jerry Yarnell’s Landscape Painting Secrets


Jerry Yarnell’s Landscape Painting Secrets
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Dan Kennedy – The Writer’s Utopia – Jerry Buchanan’s Information Marketing Collection

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Gerald Kein – Jerry Kein Hypnosis Alley

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A Long Cold War by Jerry Carrier

A Long Cold War : A Chronology of American Life and Culture 1945 to 1991 by Jerry Carrier
Requirements: .PDF reader, 2.1 MB
Overview: This is a cultural history of the Cold War from 1945-1991, written in an almanac or journal form. It is a reference to give the reader a complete sense of what it would have been like to live in these times as they happened. These were the headlines of the day, the fads, the weather and a few sporting events. Most entries are important in shaping American culture, however some entries are about forgotten fads or facts that seemed important at the time but that have faded in importance now. This book can be used as a historical reference, timeline or as a good read for the nostalgic or casual reader. It can be read in its entirety, in sequence or in parts, or year by year to get a sense of the specific times.

Significant events (sometimes two or three per date) are recorded in mostly one or two sentences, as you may have read the headlines at the time. Some major events are expanded to a paragraph or a page to give the reader a sense of their complexity, impact and their importance. The entries include scientific, political, cultural, military, sports, inventions, fads, major calamities and weather events. Some dates have no entries because the author determined that no significant events or interesting trivia took place. The events included are purely the judgment of the author. At the end of each year there is an economic summary of consumer prices and incomes for that year and there are also summaries of the movies, radio/television, music and literature.

This is the story of America at her peak, competing with the USSR and China while enjoying a casual and affluent lifestyle that looked like an attractive model to many people around the world. This book gives a detailed look daily American life during those times.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Roman Disasters by way of Jerry Toner

Roman Disasters by way of Jerry Toner
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3 Mb
Overview: Roman Disasters appears to be like at how the Romans coped with, considered, and used screw ups for their very own ends. Rome has been well-known all through historical past for its nice triumphs. Yet Rome additionally suffered colossal screw ups. From the struggle of Cannae, the place fifty thousand males fell in one day, to the destruction of Pompeii, to the primary look of the bubonic plague, the Romans skilled huge scale calamities.Earthquakes, fires, floods and famines additionally steadily bothered them.

This insightful ebook is the primary to regard such screw ups as a conceptual solidarity. It displays that vulnerability to screw ups was once suffering from politics, social standing, ideology and economics. Above all, it illustrates how the resilience in their political and cultural device allowed the Romans to live on the have an effect on of those life-threatening occasions. The ebook additionally explores the vital function crisis narratives performed in Christian idea and rhetoric.

Engaging and obtainable, Roman Disasters shall be loved by way of scholars and common readers alike.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Mansions of Misery by means of Jerry White

Mansions of Misery: A Biography of the Marshalsea Debtors’ Prison by means of Jerry White
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 21.nine MB
Overview: For extraordinary Londoners debt was once a part of on a regular basis lifestyles. The deficient trusted credit score from shopkeepers and landlords to continue to exist, however the better-off too had been frequently deep in debt to finance their extra at ease, even sumptuous way of life. When collectors misplaced their persistence each wealthy and deficient Londoners may well be thrown into one the capital’s borrowers’ prisons the place they may linger for years. The maximum infamous of them was once the Marshalsea.

In the eighteenth century, the Marshalsea become a byword for distress; within the phrases of certainly one of its inmates, it was once ‘hell in epitome’. In 1729 a parliamentary committee of enquiry discovered that prisoners have been intentionally starved to extort charges from them and that many had died of deprivation and brutality by the hands of the gaolers. In 1768 a mutiny ended in an try to burn down the gaol.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Paint Along With Jerry Yarnell Volume Two …

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New Kid by means of Jerry Craft (.AZW3)

New Kid by means of Jerry Craft
Requirements: AZW3/ePUB Reader, 152MB
Overview: Perfect for fanatics of Raina Telgemeier and Gene Luen Yang, New Kid is a well timed, truthful graphic novel about beginning over at a brand new faculty the place variety is low and the battle to slot in is actual, from award-winning author-illustrator Jerry Craft.
Seventh grader Jordan Banks loves not anything greater than drawing cartoons about his lifestyles. But as a substitute of sending him to the artwork faculty of his goals, his folks join him in a prestigious personal faculty recognized for its teachers, the place Jordan is likely one of the few children of colour in his complete grade.
As he makes the day by day travel from his Washington Heights condo to the upscale Riverdale Academy Day School, Jordan quickly unearths himself torn between two worlds-and no longer truly becoming into both one. Can Jordan discover ways to navigate his new faculty tradition whilst conserving his community buddies and staying true to himself?
Genre: Comics > Graphic Novels | Children’s > Middle Grade

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Kazantzakis’ Philosophical and Theological through Jerry H. Gill

Kazantzakis’ Philosophical and Theological Thought : Reach What You Cannot through Jerry H. Gill
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Overview: This e-book explores the philosophical and theological considered Nikos Kazantzakis. Kazantzakis is a well known and extremely influential Greek creator, having authored such works as Zorba the Greek and The Last Temptation of Christ, amongst many others. This quantity specializes in the over-arching subject matters of Kazantzakis’ paintings, particularly the significance of the wildlife, the character of humanity, and the character of God, by way of an research of his main novels and different writings. Along the best way consideration is given to the perspectives of the necessary students who’ve interacted with Kazantzakis’s works, together with Peter Bien, Darren Middleton, and Daniel Dombrowski.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Mo Yan Thought by way of Jerry Xie

Mo Yan Thought: Six Critiques of Hallucinatory Realism (Literary and Cultural Theory) by way of Jerry Xie
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Overview: This guide analyzes Mo Yan’s writings in addition to different scholarly interpretations of his writings. When Mo Yan from China was once awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, the time period «hallucinatory realism» was once invented to explain his storytelling as a «merging» of folks stories, historical past, and the recent. The creator stakes out a Marxist solution to theorizing the category ideology that underwrites what Mo Yan says he «is aware of» of the «nebulous terrain» the place one supposedly reviews moments of «transcending» or going «past» magnificence and politics in literary sensibility.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Jerry Singh – Evolution Forex Trading

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Civil War in the Southwest by Jerry Thompson

Civil War in the Southwest: Recollections of the Sibley Brigade by Jerry Thompson
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Overview: In 1861 and 1862, in the vast deserts and rugged mountains of the Southwest, eighteen hundred miles from Washington and Richmond, the Civil War raged in a struggle that could have decided the fate of the nation.

In the summer and fall of 1861, Gen. Henry Hopkins Sibley raised a brigade of young and zealous Texans to invade New Mexico Territory as a step toward the conquest of Colorado and California and the creation of a Confederate empire in the Southwest. Of the Sibley Brigade’s sixteen major battles during the war, their most excruciating experiences came during the ill-fated New Mexico Campaign.

Civil War in the Southwest tells the dramatic story of that campaign in the words of some of the actual participants. Noted Civil War scholar Jerry Thompson has edited and annotated eighteen episodes written by William Lott "Old Bill" Davidson and six other members of Sibley’s Brigade that were originally published in a small East Texas newspaper, the Overton Sharp Shooter, in 1887-88.

Written "to set the record straight," these veterans’ stories provide colorful accounts of the bloody battles of Valverde, Glorieta, and Peralta, as well as details of the soldiers’ tragic and painful retreat back to Texas in the summer of 1862. With his extensive knowledge of Sibley’s campaign, Thompson has provided context for the eyewitness accounts-and corrections where needed-to produce a campaign history that is intimate and passionate, yet accurate in the smallest detail.

History readers will find much to ponder in these unique first-person recollections of a campaign that, had it succeeded, would have radically altered the history of the Southern Confederacy and the United States.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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The Renaissance Bazaar by Jerry Brotton

The Renaissance Bazaar: from the Silk Road to Michelangelo by Jerry Brotton
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Overview: The Renaissance Bazaar: from the Silk Road to Michelangelo

More than ever before, the Renaissance stands as one of the defining moments in world history. Between 1400 and 1600, European perceptions of society, culture, politics and even humanity itself emerged in ways that continue to affect not only Europe but the entire world. This wide-ranging exploration of the Renaissance sees the period as a time of unprecedented intellectual excitement and cultural experimentation and interaction on a global scale, alongside a darker
side of religion, intolerance, slavery, and massive inequality of wealth and status.

It guides the reader through the key issues that defined the period, from its art, architecture, and literature, to advancements in the fields of science, trade, and travel. In its incisive account of the complexities of the political and religious upheavals of the period, the book argues that Europe’s reciprocal relationship with its eastern neighbours offers us a timely perspective on the Renaissance as a moment of global inclusiveness that still has much to teach us today.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Servants of Satan by Jerry L. Sumney

Servants of Satan, False Brothers and Other Opponents of Paul (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement) by Jerry L. Sumney
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Overview: This book sets out a method for identifying the opponents in view in Paul’s letters, and then applies it to the relevant writings of the Pauline corpus. The method limits the use of parallels or prior constructions as a basis for identification, dealing with each letter on an individual basis and taking full account of the historical and social context. Sumney concludes that the Pauline letters address different kinds of opposition in different places, including two distinct anti-Pauline movements. Here is a fundamental study for research into a basic problem of Pauline correspondence.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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