Fiction

The Wounded Land

Author: Stephen Donaldson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 640

View: 313

Thomas Covenant returns unwillingly to a Land ravaged by four thousand years of Lord Foul's pestilence. Under the evil Sunbane, the people of the Land submit to cruel sacrifices; the rulers of Revelstone are corrupt, the fields and forests laid waste; the healing Earth-power impotent. Accompanied by a woman from his own world, Covenant begins a new quest to save the Land from the forces that have all but destroyed it.
Fiction

The Wounded Land

Author: Stephen R. Donaldson

Publisher: Del Rey

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 512

View: 550

“Wounded Land is . . . a deeper, richer world than that presented in the previous volumes. . . . [Stephen R.] Donaldson is extending himself, creating a fuller, more mature world of imagination.”—Seattle Post-Intelligencer Four thousand years have passed since Covenant first freed the Land from the devastating grip of Lord Foul and his minions. The monstrous force of Evil has regained its power, once again warping the very fabric and balance of the Land. Armed with his stunning white gold, wild magic, Covenant must battle not only terrifying external forces but his own capacity for despair and devastation. His quest to save the Land from ultimate ruin is exciting and heroic as ever.
National characteristics, American

The Wounded Land

Author: Hans Habe

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: National characteristics, American

Page: 328

View: 483

Manipur (India)

Wounded Land

Author: John Parratt

Publisher: Mittal Publications

ISBN:

Category: Manipur (India)

Page: 276

View: 785

Articles with reference to Manipur, India.

The Wounded Land

Author: Roger Thomas

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 660

View: 271

Luke, Teresa, and their friends battle natural and supernatural foes.
Fiction

The Wounded Age and Eastern Tales

Author: Ferit Edgü

Publisher: New York Review of Books

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 161

View: 553

One of Turkey's most celebrated writers explores themes of violence, otherness, and exile through a thrilling hybrid of poetry and prose that paints a vivid picture of Turkey's conflict-torn lands. In the two books paired here, translated into English for the first time, the great Turkish writer Ferit Edgü represents complex social and political realities with startling lyricism. The Wounded Age features a newspaper reporter from Istanbul, assigned to write about ethno-national violence in the mountains of eastern Turkey. Like the narrators in Eastern Tales, he is a stranger in a region where a buried history—the state’s violence against Armenians, Greeks, and Assyrians—continues uninterrupted with the subjugation of the Kurds. Language in this place, especially the language of outsiders, cannot be trusted. In the story “Interview,” an old villager tells the narrator, “Make our photograph,” and adds, “Send us the pictures. No need to write us letters.” The minimal tales Edgü tells are vivid pictures of life in the East—a house in ruins, an empty crib, wolves howling in the hills—and transcriptions of living voices. The reporter in The Wounded Age has no illusions that his story will stop the bloodletting; instead, he goes east because he knows he must open his eyes and unstop his ears.
Religion

Healing the Wounded King

Author: John Matthews

Publisher: Element Books, Limited

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 196

View: 240

The tale of the quest for the Holy Grail is more than a story and a spiritual mystery; it also has a part to play in enhancing the modern reader's psychological, emotional, and spiritual well-being. This book includes well-known and well-loved stories, including the tale of the Wounded King, which have the ability to promote inner change, to heal, and to reawaken us to life.
Children's encyclopedias and dictionaries

The Children's Encyclopedia

Author: Arthur Mee

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Children's encyclopedias and dictionaries

Page: 650

View: 500

Fantasy fiction, American

Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction

Author: Don D'Ammassa

Publisher: Infobase Learning

ISBN:

Category: Fantasy fiction, American

Page: 1657

View: 831

Presents articles on the horror and fantasy genres of fiction, including authors, themes, significant works, and awards.