Once Upon a River A Novel

CHAPTER ONE • THE STARK RIVER flowed around the oxbow at Murrayville the
way blood flowed through Margo Crane's heart. She rowed upstream to see
wood ducks, canvasbacks, and ospreys and to search for tiger salamanders in
the ...

Author: Bonnie Jo Campbell

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393082005

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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“A demonstration of outstanding skills on the river of American literature.” —Entertainment Weekly "Bonnie Jo Campbell has built her new novel like a modern-day craftsman from the old timbers of our national myths about loners living off the land, rugged tales as perilous as they are alluring. Without sacrificing any of its originality, this story comes bearing the saw marks of classic American literature, the rough-hewn sister of The Leatherstocking Tales, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and Walden.”—Ron Charles, Washington Post

Once Upon a River

I adored it.’ ***** ‘It felt as comforting as the fantastical stories you read as a child yet with a darker edge.’ ***** ‘I was entranced from the beginning to the end.’

Author: Diane Setterfield

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1473555817

Category: Fiction

Page: 544

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'I was completely spellbound' - RUTH HOGAN 'An absolute feast of a book, which will keep you engrossed' RED magazine Some say the river drowned her...Some say it brought her back to life On a dark midwinter’s night in an ancient inn on the Thames, the regulars are entertaining themselves by telling stories when the door bursts open and in steps an injured stranger. In his arms is the drowned corpse of a child. Hours later, the dead girl stirs, takes a breath and returns to life. Is it a miracle? Is it magic? And who does the little girl belong to? An exquisitely crafted historical mystery brimming with folklore, suspense and romance, as well as with the urgent scientific curiosity of the Victorian age. ____________________ What readers are saying: ***** ‘Pure escapism, a beautifully written story.’ ***** ‘[An] intriguing and captivating tale which is utterly entrancing and deserves to be savoured.’ ***** ‘[A] haunting and compelling story of hope and the power of myths and legends. I adored it.’ ***** ‘It felt as comforting as the fantastical stories you read as a child yet with a darker edge.’ ***** ‘I was entranced from the beginning to the end.’

Once Upon a River

This biography tells the story of a Garland Shewmaker who rose from a green deckhand to spend forty-five years as a pilot and master of several boats and on barge lines.

Author: Garland Shewmaker

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1418493171

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 144

View: 738

This biography tells the story of a Garland Shewmaker who rose from a green deckhand to spend forty-five years as a pilot and master of several boats and on barge lines.

Once Upon a River

Author: Michael Wilson

Publisher: Micromedia

ISBN:

Category: Alberta

Page: 465

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Once Upon a River

Eric sat upon a broken orange crate in front of his house, staring at the river ice.
He was alone now with his thoughts and his dogs. For two weeks the ice had
been too rotten for travel. There was no snow left for dog teams and no water for
the ...

Author: Lorrie Bartlett

Publisher: PublishAmerica

ISBN: 1462662951

Category:

Page: 194

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ONCE UPON A RIVER, tells the story of a young couple in love" trying to escape the girls tyrannical father. With his beloved dog team and meager belongings they undertake an impossible journey into unexplored territory. In the 1930's when vintage aircraft were competing for Mail runs and passenger service, the daring 'Bush Pilots', who flew them, were hired by the girls father to find the runaway pair. In desperation they search with reckless abandon, the mysterious Bristol Bay region of the Bering Sea."

Once Upon the River Platte

This is a full-length novel about an environmental crisis in the Platte River Valley of eastern Nebraska.

Author: Timothy J. Kloberdanz

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780999371206

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Page: 336

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This is a full-length novel about an environmental crisis in the Platte River Valley of eastern Nebraska. In addition to scorching temperatures, prairie fires, and water shortages, there is yet another problem: "heat crazy" wild animals are attacking humans in many parts of the Platte River Valley. Within only a few weeks, the death toll begins to soar. Zephaniah Pike, a federal agent, is sent to Nebraska to investigate. He and his team of experts soon find themselves in a bizarre and ever-worsening predicament, one that pits armed locals against angry environmentalists. Amidst the turmoil, Agent Pike must find some answers---and a way to avoid mob violence and bloodshed. The members of Agent Pike's "crisis team" include Jacob Vogel, a Nebraska-based federal agent; Dr. Susan Hotaru, a wildlife biologist, and Old Man Elk, a Pawnee Indian artist and activist who is intimately familiar with Nebraska wildlife. The four members of the team struggle to solve the crisis and to work together as a truly united team. Observing them all the while is Ahwa, a female coyote, who does not trust the ways of the intrusive "Two-Leggeds." One early reviewer has described "Once Upon the River Platte" as "a real gem. It shines and sparkles in every way."

Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

... the Montagnais depend mainly upon There are openings left here and there in
them , their fleetness of foot and their skill in throwing for the animals to go
through and swim across a sort of elongated harpoon ; and when once upon the
river ...

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Chambers s Journal

... the Montagnais depend mainly upon There are openings left here and there in
them , their fleetness of foot and their skill in throwing for the animals to go
through and swim across a sort of elongated harpoon ; and when once upon the
river ...

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Category: Humanities

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Once Upon a Time in the Twenty First Century

I grew up near a river much like this one. I took the hand of someone like you and
slid down the slope to where the water mixed with the silt, where it would stick to
your ankles if you were not careful. We were not careful. Let me let you in on a ...

Author: Robin Behn

Publisher: University Alabama Press

ISBN: 0817359427

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 312

View: 782

""Once upon a Time in the Twenty-First Century" is an innovative, inspirational, and unique creative writing textbook/handbook that fills many educational needs and gaps. Designed to appeal to a wide range of readers and writers - from teenagers to young adults, from grade nine through college and beyond - this volume of exercises is of inestimable value to students and teachers in the traditional classroom, a growing number of homeschoolers, others who are served by "distance learning," those who are part of a writing club or group, and independent writers and learners of all ages. The book is based on years of hands-on experiences in the teaching of creative writing in public high schools and after-school writing clubs. The book begins with poet Robin Behn's introduction and is followed by three writing sections: Genres and Forms; Sources and Methods; and Style and Subject. In each section, Behn offers a brief introduction to how to get started and specific ways to develop one's writing, and each introduction is then followed by extensive exercises that draw on classic literature and popular culture, ranging from Flannery O'Connor and Tennessee Williams to Elizabeth Bishop and Gertrude Stein, from Thomas Wolf and Pablo Neruda to Salman Rushdie and Arlo Guthrie. As part of Behn's layered approach to learning, she integrates within the exercises apt examples of student writings that have emerged from actual use of the exercises in both the classroom and in writing groups. The book concludes with general advice and direction on how to get published"--

Southern Studies

4 Hardin , " The Early History , ” 27 ; Brister , Once Upon a River , 124-25 ;
Obituary for General David T. Stafford , 18 January 1926 , Alexandria Daily Town
Talk . 5 Brister , Once Upon a River , 125 ; Terry L. Jones , “ Overview of Camp ...

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An interdisciplinary journal of the South.

Once Upon an Oldman

Everyone has a river in their life. - Kevin Van Tighem, Coming West: A Natural
History of Home1 The Oldman, the Crowsnest, and the Castle Rivers rise in the
front ranges of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta. The three rivers flow
east ...

Author: Jack Glenn

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 0774842075

Category: Nature

Page: 352

View: 740

Once Upon an Oldman is an account of the controversy that surrounded the Alberta government's construction of a dam on the Oldman River to provide water for irrigation in the southern part of the province. Jack Glenn argues that, despite claims to the contrary, the governments of Canada and Alberta are not dedicated to protecting the environment and will even circumvent the law in order to avoid accepting responsibility for safeguarding the environment and the interests of Native people.

Once Upon a Time

... was in Fall River stocks . I've not a single mill now left - I'm in a dreadful box !
Here comes our chaste and gracious Queen ; perchance she hath a way To raise
the funds . Don't leave , C. C .; I think you'd better stay . ( Enter QUEEN , at L. ) ar
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Page: 39

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Connecticut Woodlands

Once Upon the River Woods - scape Forestry • Timber Estimates and Sales •. 1
At the outset I must admit that I am a conservationist - come - lately , unlike most
of you gathered here . My interest in , and concern for , our natural environment ...

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Category: Forest reserves

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Arctic and Alpine Research

Roed , M. A. and Wasyluk , D. G. , 1973 : Age of inactive alluvial fans – Bow River
Valley , Alberta . Canadian Journal ... 1983 : Once upon a river : Archaeology and
geology of the Bow river valley at Calgary , Alberta , Canada . Archaeological ...

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Category: Mountain plants

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Once Upon a Crime

Once Upon a Time in River Heights ^^nd as She Crept along the dank, candlelit
passage, her terrified heart threatened to leap straight out of her body and
through the silky fabric of her hand-stitched Parisian gown. The killer could be ...

Author: Carolyn Keene

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416912487

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 185

View: 818

When Nancy's favorite mystery writer joins forces with a local charity to build a community center, Nancy decides to volunteer, but gets stuck doing the dirty work for the other volunteers and soon believes that someone is trying to sabotage the project.

A Geographical Dictionary Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All the Countries Provinces Remarkable Cities

This Town lies : City of the Lower Hungary , once upon the River Ver , ten miles
from the Capital of that Kingdom , fa- Hertford to the South Weft of Vemous ever
after for the Coronation rulamium . The Old Town I shall ✓ and Burial of the Kings
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Author: Edmund Bohun

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Category: Geography

Page: 806

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Once Upon a Cowboy Christmas

Billionaires, cowboys, and romance collide during the holidays in this next book in the River Ranch series!

Author: Soraya Lane

Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks

ISBN: 9781250224286

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Billionaires, cowboys, and romance collide during the holidays in this next book in the River Ranch series by Soraya Lane. When Cody Ford comes back to Texas for Christmas, he’s dragging his toes. The last thing he wants is to be back on the family ranch when he could stay in New York, but his family always spends the holidays together and he knows better than to cancel on them. What he wasn’t expecting was his one-time girlfriend, Lexi Murphy, to be his father’s new live-in nurse. It seems his family has fallen in love with the girl he had a fling with as a teenager, before he left Texas and never looked back. But Lexi holds a grudge that hasn’t disappeared with time. Cody thought he was too good for hometown girls’ back then, and the single mom isn’t about to give him the time of day now. He headed off to college without so much as a goodbye kiss fifteen years earlier, and he’s less cowboy and more corporate suit after so long away from his home state. Cody has his work cut out for him when it comes to making his one-time lover forgive him, but suddenly being back on the ranch for Christmas isn’t looking so bleak after all. How did he ever leave all this behind, and why the hell did he ever think he was too good for a woman like Lexi? When a snowstorm leaves them stranded at Christmas, the stakes become even higher when Cody risks everything to save Lexi’s son. The city slicker slots straight back into cowboy mode to plough through the snow, risking it all to save the one person Lexi couldn’t live without. Can Lexi ever trust Cody again? And can Cody convince Lexi that he’s not the ruthless playboy that she thinks he is? Once Upon a Christmas Cowboy proves that even the worst of enemies can eventually fall in love... and that you can’t ever take the country out of a cowboy. Especially at Christmas!

Gitanjali

His father, the Maha Rishi, would sometimes sit there all through the next day;
once, upon a river, he fell into contemplation because of the beauty of the
landscape, and the rowers waited for eight hours before they could continue their
journey.

Author: Rabindranath Tagore

Publisher: editionNEXT.com

ISBN:

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"Gitanjali," or Song Offerings, is a collection of poems translated by the author, Rabindranath Tagore, from the original Bengali. This collection won the Nobel prize for Tagore in 1913. This volume includes the original introduction by William Butler Yeats that accompanied the 1911 English language version. "Gitanjali" is a collection of over 100 inspirational poems by India's greatest poet.

The Day of the Mermaid and Other Poems

... The empty life, the loss of love; I look upon the callow youth Who filled each
day with careless play, And on his hopes, his plans, his dreams . . . Ah yes, his
dreams long swept away. Birdof Paradise I, once upon a river bank, was
dreaming, ...

Author: Michael Healy

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477139141

Category: Poetry

Page: 106

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An early spring morning . . . a young man fi shing in a rock-pool at the edge of the sea and exulting in his catch . . . a voice calling suddenly to him . . . the voice of a young woman who is slowly walking out from the waves . . . I beg you, let it free again. Th is is the setting for Th e Day of the Mermaid, a story of the awakened love of that young man for the maiden who appears before him, recounted when he is old and looking back upon the day when his heart was forever captured and forever broken a lyrical and romantic tale in gentle, sensitive and poignant verse: Why are you thus so sad? said I. Why do you grieve for such a thing? Is not the ocean full with fi sh? Is one worth so much sorrowing? Th en, from her lips, there came a sigh, And, in her voice, I heard the sea: Yes, even one is dear to me.

Once Upon a Time Traveler

The forest dipped into a valley, hosting a wide, rapidly-moving river, over a
hundred feet across and flowing hard. Its upstream origin was to their left,
meandering through the forest and beyond. Straddling the river, a large and
ornate stone ...

Author: Joshua Light

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1490855106

Category: Religion

Page: 334

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Three brilliant scientists harness the power to fold time and visit the past and future like a common tourist. One scientist formulates a tour of Biblical events because he believes in God, but the tour is reluctantly and accidentally traveled by a scientist who does not. What will unbelieving eyes see, and how will they interpret the most significant supernatural events of all time? The tour embraces world history from the beginning of creation and into the future, where Biblical prophecy tells us that dangerous people will control the whole world, countless millions of people will evaporate, and society will plunge into darkness. What if a time traveler visited just two years into the future after the Biblical Prophetic clock has already started ticking? And then catapulted into the past, where Earth is like another planet entirely? What kind of world, and what kind of tribulation would he find? And as an unbeliever, how would he respond to it? Light deals with the issues of Biblical prophecy, recent young-earth creation, a literal and startling twist on how things were, and how things will be. Set aside the notions of being left behind, and embrace the idea of being brought along, in the circuits of Earth’s end-to-end timeline. Enter a future we’d rather forget, and a history that nobody remembers.