The Stranger from the Sea

"The eighth Poldark novel"--Half title page.

Author: Winston Graham

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9780330463386

Category: Cornwall (England : County)

Page: 512

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"The eighth Poldark novel"--Half title page.

The Stranger from the Sea

In The Stranger from the Sea, the backstories Paul Binding creates for the characters of Ibsen’s classic The Lady from the Sea unfold in tandem with the secret romances, rivalries, and heartaches of a seemingly unremarkable town.

Author: Paul Binding

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN: 1468316435

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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The dramatic and moving reimagination of the characters from Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea, set in a 19th-century town that harbors many secrets After a ferocious storm shipwrecks young Norwegian sailor Hans Lyngstrand in the English Channel near Dengate, aspiring journalist Martin Bridges takes a job at the local newspaper. When Hans moves into Martin’s boardinghouse to convalesce and Martin interviews the young sailor for the paper, it upends Martin’s otherwise uneventful world. Hans tells him of the shipwreck—and of his encounter with a vicious sailor vowing to seek revenge, who Hans believes may still be alive. So begins a complex friendship between the two young men that will cause Martin to reexamine his relationships with everyone around him. In The Stranger from the Sea, the backstories Paul Binding creates for the characters of Ibsen’s classic The Lady from the Sea unfold in tandem with the secret romances, rivalries, and heartaches of a seemingly unremarkable town. The result is a lyrical and quietly captivating novel that will mesmerize readers from its opening pages.

The Stranger from the Sea

Thomas takes a mysterious stranger into his house after he helps resue her from the sea.

Author: Lois Burleigh


ISBN: 9780780256019


Page: 24

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Thomas takes a mysterious stranger into his house after he helps resue her from the sea.

Exam Prep for The Stranger from the Sea

This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text The Stranger from the Sea Items include highly probable exam items: executive branch, executive branch, Environmental Protection, Legislature, Impeachment, ...






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The Stranger of Seriphos

From middle ocean to the beach We waited on her gentle speech . Thus sang
she , sitting near the sea In that low boat , with cradle knee :“ Rocked by the sea
he sleeps ; shall he not sleep ? Shall I not sing ? The skies are higher than the
sea ...

Author: Frederick Napier Broome



Category: Electronic book

Page: 165

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Foam of the Sea

The stranger outside studied the faces of the older people ; they were kindly
foolish faces , little removed from the soil . She crept down , and reported to the
elder . She gave him her shoulder to lean upon , and side by side they mounted
the ...

Author: Gertrude Hall Brownell




Page: 299

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Aeschylus Playwright Educator

He was a harsh settler of quarrels, // The stranger from the Sea who leaps out of
fire // —iron ground to an edge; // And a harsh and cruel divider of possessions, //
Is Ares, who makes a father's curse come true.” (Seven. 937-46) The stranger ...

Author: Robert Holmes Beck

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401188181

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 204

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Satan s Invisible World Displayed

The treatment of Americans , who were strangers in the sense of not possessing
a fixed abode within the city limits , was bad . The treatment of the stranger from
over the sea , the foreign immigrant , was infinitely worse . It has been the glory of

Author: William Thomas Stead



Category: New York (N.Y.)

Page: 222

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Sweepers of the Sea

And one day , when I had reached man's estate or nearly so , I took the vow . to
drive the stranger from the land , to restore the true rulers to power over all the
domain . " A mighty army gathered when I made my pu known , the members
thereof ...

Author: Claude H. Wetmore



Category: Chincha Islands

Page: 349

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Funded by ancient Inca treasure, a fleet of iron and steel war ships is secretly built on the Chincha Islands in a plot to restore Peru's wounded naval and national pride in the wake of the War of the Pacific (1879-1883).

The Sea The Railway Journey and Other Poems

Rash stranger ! does she seek the storm to shun , And madly thus to ten - fold
danger run ? Does she mistake the place with perils fraught For the safe entrance
to the sheltered port , And deem the rock - strewn bay with frowning sides , The ...

Author: Edward Dalton




Page: 546

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Recalled to Life

THE STRANGER FROM THE SEA . HELD his hand tight . It was so pleasant to I
know I could love him now with a clear conscience , even if I had to give myself
up to the police to - morrow . And indeed , being a woman , I didn ' t really much ...

Author: Grant Allen




Page: 230

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A Study of the Poems of D H Lawrence

The "wilful woman', dissatisfied with her 'plodding' existence with Joseph, leaves
him first of all for an interlude with a 'darkfaced stranger', who emerges from the
sea and the sun to carry her off to Cythera'. The association of glittering sea, ...

Author: M. Lockwood

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1349189480

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 241

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A Sea Change

Marina,. clinging. to. her,. confided. all. the. weight that lay upon her heart. “I am
not like other girls,” she said: “I have no father and mother. I came up a stranger
from the bottom of the sea, and those people who live in grand houses seem ...

Author: Flora Louisa Shaw



Category: Accidents

Page: 382

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Annals of the Famine in Ireland in 1847 1848 and 1849

in this green isle of the sea , to oppress the poor laborer , and at last bring him to
a valley of death - deep , dark , intricate - where slimy serpents , poison lizards ,
and gnawing vultures creep and wind about his wasted limbs , and gnaw into the

Author: Asenath Nicholson



Category: Famines

Page: 336

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For the Freedom of the Sea

... for Sir James , whom she regarded somewhat in the light of a necessary
domestic appanage , and from whom she had not heard for nearly a year ; but in
her various cogitations , the face of the stranger of the morning would obtrude
itself .

Author: Cyrus Townsend Brady

Publisher: New York : International Book and Pub.


Category: United States

Page: 339

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At Heaven s Gate Novel

It was a rehearsal of the last act of Ibsen's Lady from the Sea, in which Ellida,
discovering that the freedom of decision is her own, is suddenly redeemed from
the mysterious power of the sea and of the stranger from the sea and can turn to
her ...

Author: Robert Penn Warren

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811226514

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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The second novel by Robert Penn Warren, author of the Pulizter-Prize-winning All The King's Men, is a tour de force and a neglected classic. At Heaven’s Gate, Robert Penn Warren’s second novel, is a neglected classic of twentieth-century fiction. First published in 1943, it grew out of the author’s years in Nashville during a period of political and financial scandals much like those later so memorably portrayed his Pulitzer-Prize-winning All The King’s Men. Other formative elements, as he has said, "came originally out of Dante by a winding path." During the winter of 1939-40 in Rome, where the first half of the book was written, one of the most touching characters, a "Christ-bit mountaineer," and his part of the story literally came full-blown to the author in a typhus-induced delirium. At Heaven’s Gate is a novel of violence, of human beings struggling against a fate beyond their power to alter, of corruption, and of honor. It is the story of Sue Murdock, the daughter of an unscrupulous speculator who has created a financial empire in the South, and the three men with whom she tries to escape the dominance of her father and her father’s world. The background is the capital of a Southern state in the late twenties and the promoters and politicians, the aristocrats and poor whites, the labor organizers and the dispossessed farmers, the backwoods prophets and university intellectuals who are drawn into its orbit. Warren’s picture of the South is as fresh, dramatic, and powerful today as it was when the book was first published. Its plot structure is a tour de force.

Ocean lays or The sea the ship and the sailor poems chiefly selected by J Longmuir

Ocean lays John Longmuir. The stranger , of a land unknown , His name , his
place of birth untold , He rests where no recording stone His story may unfold ;
Where but the hollow - sounding surge Howls to the wind his ceaseless dirge ;
And ...

Author: Ocean lays





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Across the Savage Sea

Once more, I imagined being somewhere else, a beach of fine sand, in the sun –
yes, nice and warm – some place where I could finally get a little rest. I focused
on a few ... The seas were too high, hiding the stranger from view. I heard the ...

Author: Maud Fontenoy

Publisher: Arcade Publishing

ISBN: 9781559707626

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 149

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Traces the 2003 journey of the female rower, who crossed the Atlantic in a twenty-four-foot-long boat over the course of one hundred and seventeen days, facing near-freezing water, exhaustion, sharks, dangerous weather, and capsizings.

Stranger from Home

... as if the earth sponge were overloaded and the rocks in the center of the world
gripping in giant pincers to force the water back on to the surface into spillways
and tributaries, creeks and streams that nursed all liquid below to the sea. During

Author: Elizabeth Léonie Simpson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1413427960

Category: Fiction

Page: 184

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In the 1930s, when Cole Worthington returned to his Boggy Depot farm in the flatlands of Oklahoma, he hoped his family would welcome him back. But after he had run away, his son, JT, had taken over to help his Christian mother bring the place to profit. JT had no desire to relinquish the authority he had earned. The son's life was ruled by religion, just as his mother's was, but of another kind: he was in constant battle with a malicious Old Testament God, as well as any human who might dare to challenge him physically. Boggy Depot was a white man's town with blacks at risk if they stayed after dark, but JT was of a mind to change that. Good friends with the family's hired black, he secretly cut down the warning sign and carried it away. .Marrying the banker's lovely daughter was part of his life plan, but that is derailed when, like his father's assumption of authority, the local beauty finds sexual distraction in a visiting evangelist whom she believes she loves. Like Cole, JT runs away, leaving his parents, his sister Susie, and baby brother Bug to cope with a series of natural catastrophes: drought, tornadoes, and finally, rains and flooding. The story has other actors: Dry with his insatiable thirst; the independent old quilter who lives in a pig shed; and the bank teller Gay, with his unfortunate ambition to please Bertie, his spoiled wife, who is also Sary's sister. Bertie has an insatiable desire for a star ruby ring whose disappearance adds to the disaster of its cost. In the end, as the drama unfolds, Bertie gets her comeuppance and Sary and JT their rewards for being steadfastly what they are--Sary, the Handmaiden of the Lord, and JT, the willing battler returned to the fray. A Critic's Review Stranger From Home is a beautifully written novel, and proves conclusively that an epic can be written in fewer than 200 pages. It is a novel to be savored not just for its characters who emerge in the tale as if from the very soil but also for its substance. The key to life in this story is belief, whether it be in God or fate or love, or anything. Cole fails because he is a true cynic; Sary ultimately succeeds oil is found on Worthington land, land Cole once abandoned because, she says, "I had faith." And JT wins, too, because he believed in battle, the necessity of tension in everyday life. He becomes a man. This novel is likely to remain undiscovered for years, but it should be recognized someday as a near-classic novel of the American spirit. Chris Goodrich in The San Francisco Review of Books

Lose Your Mother

After all, I was a stranger from across the sea. A black face didn't make me kin.
Even when otherwise undetected, I was betrayed when I opened my mouth and
heard my father's Brooklyn brogue rippling across the surface of my studied
speech ...

Author: Saidiya Hartman

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 1429966904

Category: History

Page: 288

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In Lose Your Mother, Saidiya Hartman journeys along a slave route in Ghana, following the trail of captives from the hinterland to the Atlantic coast. She retraces the history of the Atlantic slave trade from the fifteenth to the twentieth century and reckons with the blank slate of her own genealogy. There were no survivors of Hartman's lineage, nor far-flung relatives in Ghana of whom she had come in search. She traveled to Ghana in search of strangers. The most universal definition of the slave is a stranger—torn from kin and country. To lose your mother is to suffer the loss of kin, to forget your past, and to inhabit the world as a stranger. As both the offspring of slaves and an American in Africa, Hartman, too, was a stranger. Her reflections on history and memory unfold as an intimate encounter with places—a holding cell, a slave market, a walled town built to repel slave raiders—and with people: an Akan prince who granted the Portuguese permission to build the first permanent trading fort in West Africa; an adolescent boy who was kidnapped while playing; a fourteen-year-old girl who was murdered aboard a slave ship. Eloquent, thoughtful, and deeply affecting, Lose Your Mother is a powerful meditation on history, memory, and the Atlantic slave trade.