The End of Sorrow

The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living, Vol I

The End of Sorrow

"This volume originally appeared in a hardcover edition ... under the title The Bhagavad Gita for daily living, chapters 1 through 6, published by the Blue Mountain Center of Meditation."--T.p. verso.

The End of Sorrow

A Novel of the Siege of Leningrad in WWII

The End of Sorrow

All New Edition! This second edition includes a new cover, a cast of characters, an enhanced layout, substantial editing, and 40,000 fewer words. A love that would not die . . . A city that would not surrender . . . A war that knew no bounds . . . The date is June 21st, 1941, and Adolf Hitler is about to lead Germany into what would become one of the bloodiest, most barbaric wars the world would ever know. His invasion plan, Operation: Barbarossa, calls for taking the northern Russian city of Leningrad in a matter of weeks, but as the troops reach the outside border of the city, the Soviet resistance stiffens and a stalemate ensues. Hitler calls for continual bombardment of the city and cutting off all outside supplies. He boasts that the city will starve to death and the German forces will march into a ghost town. Follow a cast of lovers, heroes, and fiends some real-to-life as they struggle through one of the most horrific human dramas ever created. For 900 days, the citizens and soldiers of Leningrad, Russia endured one of the worst sieges in the history of mankind. Some would find the inner strength to light the way. Others would descend into madness. Read their stories, and explore for yourself just what is the end of sorrow. "The Classical Russian form lives on: This novel is no pale imitation. … The End of Sorrow is a triumph of craft. A rock-solid, gratifying choice for discerning fans of serious literature." – ForeWord Clarion Five Star Review

The Harvest of Sorrow

Soviet Collectivization and the Terror-famine

The Harvest of Sorrow

A reconstruction of the causes, circumstances, and consequences of Stalin's forced collectivization of Soviet agriculture details the fate of villages and individuals

The Queen of Sorrow

The Queen of Sorrow

The battle between vicious spirits and strong-willed queens that started in the award-winning The Queen of Blood and continued in the powerful The Reluctant Queen comes to a stunning conclusion in The Queen of Sorrow, the final volume of Sarah Beth Durst’s Queens of Renthia trilogy. Queen Daleina has yearned to bring peace and prosperity to her beloved forest home—a hope that seemed doomed when neighboring forces invaded Aratay. Now, with the powerful Queen Naelin ruling by her side, Daleina believes that her dream of ushering in a new era can be realized, even in a land plagued by malevolent nature spirits who thirst for the end of human life. And then Naelin’s children are kidnapped by spirits. Nothing is more important to her than her family, and Naelin would rather watch the world burn than see her children harmed. Blaming the defeated Queen Merecot of Semo for the kidnapping, Naelin is ready to start a war—and has the power to do it. But Merecot has grander plans than a bloody battle with her southern neighbors. Taking the children is merely one step in a plot to change the future of all Renthia, either by ending the threat of spirits once and for all . . . or plunging the world into chaos.

Sorrow 2: Song of Sorrow

Sorrow 2: Song of Sorrow

The thrilling conclusion to STATE OF SORROW by best-selling fantasy author Melinda Salisbury. Sorrow Ventaxis has won the election, and in the process lost everything... Governing under the sinister control of Vespus Corrigan, and isolated from her friends, Sorrow must to find a way to free herself from his web and save her people. But Vespus has no plans to let her go, and he isn't the only enemy Sorrow faces as the curse of her name threatens to destroy her and everything she's fought for.

Refiguring the Map of Sorrow

Nature Writing and Autobiography

Refiguring the Map of Sorrow

This study brings together the genres of autobiography and environmental literature. It examines a form of grief narrative in which writers deal with mourning by standing outside the text in writing about the natural world, and inside it in making that exposition part of the grieving process.

The Dateless Past to the End of Time

The Dateless Past to the End of Time

Dateless Past Lucifer’s great beauty was admired by the angels, yet there was no rancor found in any of them. Every musical instrument known and unknown today, had been built into his tabrets (vocal cords, or pipes). Lucifer was the, “Cherub That Covered”, or overseer and protector of the praise and worship on the original Earth. He was absolutely dazzling. Lucifer would also join in with his fellow angels, at certain times, to usher in Heaven’s worship. Music, also called the “Universal Language”, was then and still is today, Lucifer’s primary agent. To The End Of Time During the next six hours, the devil, through Noitanimoba’s clone, had thoroughly convinced Marvin, Vincent, and Jeremy, that his way would be the only way to end the global chaos. Elise quietly listened while Amy hadn’t been convinced at all. Something about Noitanimoba and his remedy hadn’t felt right, especially now.

The Palm at the End of the Mind

Selected Poems and a Play

The Palm at the End of the Mind

This selection of works by Wallace Stevens--the man Harold Bloom has called “the best and most representative American poet”--was first published in 1967. Edited by the poet's daughter Holly Stevens, it contains all the major long poems and sequences, and every shorter poem of lasting value in Stevens' career, including some not printed in his earlier Collected Works. Included also is a short play by Stevens, "Bowl, Cat and Broomstick."

Love in a World of Sorrow

A Teenage Girl's Holocaust Memoirs

Love in a World of Sorrow

Sereena is a green bird who tries to live in a tree where only red birds are allowed to live. She covers herself with red sand in order to be accepted. But when she has a green baby she realizes she has to be herself, and convinces the other birds that living with all types and colors of birds is the best thing to do. Written in English, the book contains the original Yiddish language text, a Yiddish-English dictionary for children, and some basic Yiddish lessons. An ideal, multi-cultural book that helps children understand how prejudice detracts from the beauty of our world.

The Barn at the End of the World

The Apprenticeship of a Quaker, Buddhist Shepherd

The Barn at the End of the World

Deciding that her life was insufficiently grounded in real-world experience, Mary Rose O'Reilley, a Quaker reared as a Catholic, embarked on a year of tending sheep. In this often hilarious book, O'Reilley describes her work in an agricultural barn and her extended visit to a Buddhist monastery in France, where she studied with Thich N'hat Hanh. She seeks, in both barn and monastery, a spirituality based not in "climbing out of the body" but rather in existing fully in the world.