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By Newly translated by Pearl Hochstadt

Timeless and timely, La Fontaine’s Fables still speak to us today.

Pearl Hochstadt’s translation has been praised as:

“Witty, modern, and faithful”
—Thalia Pandiri, Editor of Metamorphoses, the Journal of the Five College Faculty Seminar on Literary Translation

“A fine, lively text which would give any new reader a sense of what La Fontaine is about”
—Professor Richard Howard, Columbia University, poet and translator.

For centuries the Fables of Jean de La Fontaine (1621–1695) have delighted French readers, captivated by their wit and charm. Memorizing the first few fables has been a staple feature of the early education of French schoolchildren. But those who go on to examine the entire oeuvre soon recognize a sophistication that leaves the simple lessons of childhood far behind, offering instead a rueful recognition of the frailties and follies of humankind. Like all proverbial wisdom, his “messages” are full of contradictions. Some advocate prudence; some celebrate boldness. Some praise generosity; others warn against being generous to treacherous types. But what unites all of them is the artfulness of their telling—the poetry. It is this quality that Pearl Hochstadt has aimed to capture in verses that approximate both the rhyme schemes and the often irregular meters of the original text.


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By Newly translated by Pearl Hochstadt

Timeless and timely, La Fontaine’s Fables still speak to us today.

Pearl Hochstadt’s translation has been praised as:

“Witty, modern, and faithful”
—Thalia Pandiri, Editor of Metamorphoses, the Journal of the Five College Faculty Seminar on Literary Translation

“A fine, lively text which would give any new reader a sense of what La Fontaine is about”
—Professor Richard Howard, Columbia University, poet and translator.

For centuries the Fables of Jean de La Fontaine (1621–1695) have delighted French readers, captivated by their wit and charm. Memorizing the first few fables has been a staple feature of the early education of French schoolchildren. But those who go on to examine the entire oeuvre soon recognize a sophistication that leaves the simple lessons of childhood far behind, offering instead a rueful recognition of the frailties and follies of humankind. Like all proverbial wisdom, his “messages” are full of contradictions. Some advocate prudence; some celebrate boldness. Some praise generosity; others warn against being generous to treacherous types. But what unites all of them is the artfulness of their telling—the poetry. It is this quality that Pearl Hochstadt has aimed to capture in verses that approximate both the rhyme schemes and the often irregular meters of the original text.


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By Michael Carr

Why are people calling this book a breath of fresh air?

Wouldn’t you Love to learn how to improve your Marriage, relationships and yourself without experiencing the pain? Here’s your chance to avert the pain and consequences of being slow to learn and reluctant to change.

Truth and Life Made Simple is your way out!!

These inspirations give you your “Fast Pass” to: change, knowledge and happiness without suffering the pain of going through the lesson.


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By Michael Carr

Why are people calling this book a breath of fresh air?

Wouldn’t you Love to learn how to improve your Marriage, relationships and yourself without experiencing the pain? Here’s your chance to avert the pain and consequences of being slow to learn and reluctant to change.

Truth and Life Made Simple is your way out!!

These inspirations give you your “Fast Pass” to: change, knowledge and happiness without suffering the pain of going through the lesson.


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By Isaac M. Flores

Presenting a collection of poetry and short stories for a wide variety of tastes, Whimsy and Spice offers an exploration of themes both light and dark, wandering into tiny glimpses of a small world that appears out of our control.

Author Isaac M. Flores relies on language of great simplicity in both his free-form verses and his thought-provoking prose. It’s often said that your shoes are the first thing people notice about you—a message that John the Sole Saver certainly took to heart in one of the short stories in this collection. Starlight and the moon play into this collection, as do solitude and our first loves. The work ranges from snow-covered mountainsides to deserts and from small towns to large cities, sharing brief, informal presentations of great thoughts and writings of well-known authors along the way.

For Truly Sure

Know you this,
for truly sure,
my deserts and my mountains.

I will always be your lover
though you may forever
sit so lonely …
and so nobly all endure.


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By Larry Joseph Sr.

… God knew you from the
foundation of the world.
It has been the same for every
man, woman, boy, and girl.
The path you choose is the one
closest to your heart,
but the way you end can be
different from the way you start …

Larry Joseph Sr. has always pursued God’s voice and direction for his life. With that in mind, he shares an inspirational compilation of poetry, prayers, and dedications intended to honor not only God, but also those who have positively impacted his life and society as a whole.

Joseph begins with poetry that encourages spiritual seekers to look inward and reflect on their faith, the role of God in their lives, and the symbolism of the Cross. As Joseph transitions from poetry into prayers, he offers inspiration for times of hopelessness, reconciliation, repentance, and gratitude. Joseph concludes his collection with dedications that reflect on several prominent figures in today’s society as well as the importance of freedom, perseverance, and unconditional love.

Godspeak shares one man’s reflections on his journey through life as he lovingly embraces faith, family, and a modern world’s challenges.


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By W. Thomas Love

Things Seen and Heard by Many is a collection of poetry based upon the author’s observations of people as they go about their daily lives, not knowing they are being observed. Within each observed life is a central problem caused by some outside influence or an internal conflict. Author W. Thomas Love seeks to bring this to light to stimulate all who read the book to examine themselves and their respective lives.

This examination hopes to minimize the problems before they become uncontrollable. An uncontrolled problem will disrupt life. From the outward expressions of a cotton picker’s life and the author’s interpretation of his life to the revelation that the world is a hard place that creates hard hearts, the poetry considers the essence of the human soul in its journey through life.
These are many souls we encountered through our walk through this life. Things Seen and Heard by Many chronicles their joy, pain, struggle, disappointments, and their sadness.

Our Brother (Dr. Claude)
We want you to know that you, our brother, have been the highlight of our lives
You came from way down under, but you still reached for the sky.
You were born in abject poverty, an environment with defocusing means.
You were the exception to the rule because you had big dreams.
You were a quiet young man with a deep mind…


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By Isaac M. Flores

Presenting a collection of poetry and short stories for a wide variety of tastes, Whimsy and Spice offers an exploration of themes both light and dark, wandering into tiny glimpses of a small world that appears out of our control.

Author Isaac M. Flores relies on language of great simplicity in both his free-form verses and his thought-provoking prose. It’s often said that your shoes are the first thing people notice about you—a message that John the Sole Saver certainly took to heart in one of the short stories in this collection. Starlight and the moon play into this collection, as do solitude and our first loves. The work ranges from snow-covered mountainsides to deserts and from small towns to large cities, sharing brief, informal presentations of great thoughts and writings of well-known authors along the way.

For Truly Sure

Know you this,
for truly sure,
my deserts and my mountains.

I will always be your lover
though you may forever
sit so lonely …
and so nobly all endure.


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By Larry Joseph Sr.

… God knew you from the
foundation of the world.
It has been the same for every
man, woman, boy, and girl.
The path you choose is the one
closest to your heart,
but the way you end can be
different from the way you start …

Larry Joseph Sr. has always pursued God’s voice and direction for his life. With that in mind, he shares an inspirational compilation of poetry, prayers, and dedications intended to honor not only God, but also those who have positively impacted his life and society as a whole.

Joseph begins with poetry that encourages spiritual seekers to look inward and reflect on their faith, the role of God in their lives, and the symbolism of the Cross. As Joseph transitions from poetry into prayers, he offers inspiration for times of hopelessness, reconciliation, repentance, and gratitude. Joseph concludes his collection with dedications that reflect on several prominent figures in today’s society as well as the importance of freedom, perseverance, and unconditional love.

Godspeak shares one man’s reflections on his journey through life as he lovingly embraces faith, family, and a modern world’s challenges.


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By W. Thomas Love

Things Seen and Heard by Many is a collection of poetry based upon the author’s observations of people as they go about their daily lives, not knowing they are being observed. Within each observed life is a central problem caused by some outside influence or an internal conflict. Author W. Thomas Love seeks to bring this to light to stimulate all who read the book to examine themselves and their respective lives.

This examination hopes to minimize the problems before they become uncontrollable. An uncontrolled problem will disrupt life. From the outward expressions of a cotton picker’s life and the author’s interpretation of his life to the revelation that the world is a hard place that creates hard hearts, the poetry considers the essence of the human soul in its journey through life.
These are many souls we encountered through our walk through this life. Things Seen and Heard by Many chronicles their joy, pain, struggle, disappointments, and their sadness.

Our Brother (Dr. Claude)
We want you to know that you, our brother, have been the highlight of our lives
You came from way down under, but you still reached for the sky.
You were born in abject poverty, an environment with defocusing means.
You were the exception to the rule because you had big dreams.
You were a quiet young man with a deep mind…


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$24.95
By W. Thomas Love

Things Seen and Heard by Many is a collection of poetry based upon the author’s observations of people as they go about their daily lives, not knowing they are being observed. Within each observed life is a central problem caused by some outside influence or an internal conflict. Author W. Thomas Love seeks to bring this to light to stimulate all who read the book to examine themselves and their respective lives.

This examination hopes to minimize the problems before they become uncontrollable. An uncontrolled problem will disrupt life. From the outward expressions of a cotton picker’s life and the author’s interpretation of his life to the revelation that the world is a hard place that creates hard hearts, the poetry considers the essence of the human soul in its journey through life.
These are many souls we encountered through our walk through this life. Things Seen and Heard by Many chronicles their joy, pain, struggle, disappointments, and their sadness.

Our Brother (Dr. Claude)
We want you to know that you, our brother, have been the highlight of our lives
You came from way down under, but you still reached for the sky.
You were born in abject poverty, an environment with defocusing means.
You were the exception to the rule because you had big dreams.
You were a quiet young man with a deep mind…


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By Curtis Robbins

For centuries, people have loved tales shared by poets—Homer, Chaucer, and many others. In the late nineteenth century, people were mesmerized by the tales of traversing the Bush Country of Australia as told meticulous detail by a deaf poet named Henry Lawson. In this collection of verses, poet Curtis Robbins—who is himself deaf—shares a tale of a group whom very few hearing people know about or understand.

The poems in this collection present a story told daily among deaf people. They focus on the details and moment-to-moment experiences of what it’s like to be a normal deaf person. Robbins explores the conflicts faced among deaf people, with hearing people, and on our own. He examines the inhibitions and exhibitions that are characteristically ingrained into the lives of deaf people. He also considers the work of deaf Australian poet Henry Lawson, celebrating his legacy.

In this collection of verse, Robbins seeks to embellish, ostracize, epitomize, chastise, advocate, and reflect upon his own observations, thoughts, and visions about what it is about being deaf—without ever resorting to be invective but rather exonerating those realities.


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By Curtis Robbins

For centuries, people have loved tales shared by poets—Homer, Chaucer, and many others. In the late nineteenth century, people were mesmerized by the tales of traversing the Bush Country of Australia as told meticulous detail by a deaf poet named Henry Lawson. In this collection of verses, poet Curtis Robbins—who is himself deaf—shares a tale of a group whom very few hearing people know about or understand.

The poems in this collection present a story told daily among deaf people. They focus on the details and moment-to-moment experiences of what it’s like to be a normal deaf person. Robbins explores the conflicts faced among deaf people, with hearing people, and on our own. He examines the inhibitions and exhibitions that are characteristically ingrained into the lives of deaf people. He also considers the work of deaf Australian poet Henry Lawson, celebrating his legacy.

In this collection of verse, Robbins seeks to embellish, ostracize, epitomize, chastise, advocate, and reflect upon his own observations, thoughts, and visions about what it is about being deaf—without ever resorting to be invective but rather exonerating those realities.


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By John Hathaway

Let's Eat is a book of spiritual poems that i have written to give people encouragement when they are feeling down. The book was inspired by the everyday life i see people living in and I decided to write some up lifting poems to raise up peoples spirits.


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By John Hathaway

Let's Eat is a book of spiritual poems that i have written to give people encouragement when they are feeling down. The book was inspired by the everyday life i see people living in and I decided to write some up lifting poems to raise up peoples spirits.


FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$16.95
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