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This book was absolutely awful I read it expecting to at least laugh once but the only thing I chuckled about was the use of punctuation. I found nothing funny, not even a knew-smacker haha moment during the whole book and I do have a sense of humor. The jokes were not even remotely humorous and I wonder how this actually made it to a book???

Nov 06, Outi rated it did not like it Shelves: This piece of carbage proofs that anything can be published these days. Don't bother reading it. Nov 16, Mary Corlin rated it did not like it. Never before have I read a collection of such drivel. Nothing Swedish about it. Langtar dit, dar jag icke ar. Skuggornas jamnade skonhetsrike vann for eviga tider min sjal. Glom den storhet du baddat i jorden! Res dig, var storhetsdrom om herravaldet i Norden!

Den storhetsdrommen lyster oss an 5 att leka i nya bedrif ten Lat upp vara gravar, nej, giv oss man i forskning, i farger ocll skrifter. Ja, giv oss ett folk pi. Det ar battre, den grytan ramnar itu, an att levande hjartat forrostar; och intet folk far bli mer an du, 15 dft ar malet, vad heist det kostar. Det ar battre av en hamnare nas an till intet se aren forrinna, det ar battre att hela vart folk forgas och gardar och stader brinna.

Det ar skonare lyss till en Strang, som brast, an att aldrig spanna en bage. Jag kunde i langtan kasta mig ned som en bedjande stridsman av Juda. Ej vill jag tigga om soliga ar, om skordar av guld utan ande. Ja, driv oss samman med gisselslag, och blaaste var skall knoppas.

Du ler, mitt folk, men med stela drag, 35 och sjunger, men utan att hoppas. Du dansar hellre i sidenvad an tyder din egen gata. Mitt folk, du skall yakna till ynglingadad den natt, du pa nytt kan grata. En svensk litteraturforskare inleder en uppsats om Karl- feldt med foljande ord: Och mot Karlfeldt strackte forvisso den gamle Georg Stiernhielm sin famn till valkomma.

Min sangmo ar icke av Pinden, hon ar av Pungmakarbo, och som fragat: Vi kryddas poeter med lager? Har icke all Dalarnas var en kvist i sin svalare dager till krans for en sangares har? Mer an ett lynnesdrag finna vi for dem gemensamt och liksom Stiernhielms har Karlf eldts dikt sina rotter i Dalarnas jord.

Av landskapets skiftande skonhet och stamningsfullhet vacks hans lust att sjunga och skildra. Han har noga reda pa vaderlekens alia foreteelser, arsti- dernas skiften, orternas naipn och egenskaper, host- och varstormarnas manga olika genljud i vildmarken. Han hyllar gammaldags tro och heder, den trygga och ofor- farade manligheten, kraftkanslan och livsgladjen. Hans manliga, fasta vasen avspeglas i hans dikters stra- ma form. Hans vers ar monstergill, med konstfuU strof- byggnad och rimflatning, rik Ijudharmoni och masterligt ordval. Karlfeldt foddes den 20 juli i Folkarna socken i sydligaste Dalarna.

Efter avslutade skolstudier i Vasteras blev han student i Uppsala och avlade dar filosofie licentiatexamen ar Efter att nagra ar hava tjanst- gjort vid kungliga. Efter sitt inval i svenska akademien ar har han utsetts till akademiens standige sekreterare. Hans utgivna diktsamlingar aro Vildmarks- och kar- leksvisor , Fridolins visor , Fridolins lust- gdrd och Dalmalningar pa rim samt Flora och Pomona Intet ar som vantanstider, varflodsveckor, knoppningstider, ingen maj en dager sprider som den klarnande april. Kom pa stigens sista halka, 5 skogen ger sin davna svalka och sitt djupa sus dartill.

Sommarns vallust vill jag skanka for de forsta stran, som blanka i en dunkel furusanka, lo och den forsta trastens drill. Intet ar som langtanstider, vantansar, trolovningstider. Ingen var ett skimmer sprider som en hemlig hjartanskar. Gyllne f rukt ma andra skaka ; jag vill droja och forsaka, 20 i min lustgard vill jag vaka, medan traden knoppas dar. De svarta skogarna mumla som psalmsang kring fadernas lutande kors, och dovt som en vakande humla bak asarna tonar Avesta fors. An vindspelet knarrar vid gruvan, och slaggorna picka pa hallarnas jarn, men spoven sover pa tuvan, och anderna vila pa vilande tjarn.

Jag gar mellan larkors nasten, jag foljer din strom, som i saktmod och ro gar fram mellan klippornas fasten och sandiga brinkar, dar svalornabo. Hon kommer utfor angarna vid Sjugareby. Hon ar en liten kulla med mandelblommans hy, ja, som mandelblom och nyponblom langt bort fran vag och by, dar aldrig det dammar och vandras.

Vilka stigar har du vankat, sa att solen dig ej brant? Det skiner sa forunderligt ifran ditt bara bar, och din panna ar som bagiga manen, nar over Bergsangsbackar han vit och lutad gar 10 och lyser genom varliga slanen. Nu svalkar aftonvinden i aklejornas lid, och gula liljeklockor ringa helgsmal och frid ; knappt gnaggar hagens fale, knappt braker fallans kid. Du ar som jungfrun, kommen fran sitt forsta nattvards- bord, som i den tysta pingstnatt vill vaka 20 med all sitt hjartas bavan och tanka pa de ord Hon fornummit och de under hon fatt smaka.

Vand om, vand om, Maria, nu blir aftonen sen. Din moder mande sorja, att du strovar sa alien. Du ar liten och bracklig som knackepilens gren, 25 och i skogen gar den slaende bjornen. Ack, den rosen, som du haller, ar ditt tecken och din vard, den ar bringad av en angel fran en salig ortagard: Ja, den stralen, som ligger sa blankande och lang 30 if ran aftonrodnans f aste over Siljan — du kunde ga till paradis i kvall din brudegang pa den smala och skalvande tiljan.

Moter du nordanvinden, karl, da moter du sang och yra. Nordens Apoll bland tallarna far med snof jun pa sin lyra. Moter du nordanvinden, karl, 5 da moter du eld och lage. Nordens Cupid bland granarna far med lingonlindad bage. Vadren blasa utan ro ur himmelens sexton grindar. Glad har jag hort hans muntra appell, nar han trummade till pa rutan. Ljod hans signal genom springor och spjall, da gomde jag svarmodslutan. Kom, gar du med for gammans skull?

Hovding, ryck an; jag ar din man, din man under salla stjarnor. Kom och folj med for gammans skull, envar som'kan le och sjunga! Skyarna ga som fanor av gull: The folk-song style Is apparent throughout this poem, the first distinctive mark being the superfluous use of the pronoun immediately after its antecedent, a manner of speech borrowed from the vernacular and incorporated with numerous popular ballads.

The home is so clearly in the lad's mind that the idea is adequately expressed by ddr. This form in -a has been exploited by recent metropolitan writers, as also by Selma Lagerlof, but without gaining general favor among the best stylists of Sweden. Analogous inconsistencies are found in the best literature, as in Teg- ngr's Addresses fPd Vdxjo gymnasiiim, Herren vill jag lova calls for a sharp distinction be- tween lova praise and lova promise.

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Odmjuker; the alternative form in -er 2nd person pi. Mmlens rand, usually the horizon, here has a vague and undefinable poetic meaning. The red color Indicating the liberalist party whose cause the poet pleaded. Earlars Hod, the blood of the Swedish kings of that name. Allusion to an ancient Greek custom.

Thanatos, death, was represented as a human figure with a torch reversed. This poem, written shortly before his death, was the poet's farewell to life. The title is characteristic, being a tradi- tional form of greeting when guards were dismissed from duty and replaced by others. His noted place among Swedish poets was won through priority rather than by any.

Hakvin Spegel — , archbishop of Sweden, was a noted religious poet. The sentiment contained In these lines is fully borne out in the foregoing poem, Mitt doda barn, a touching expression of intense parental afEection. Though never suffering actual want, the poet for several years after his marriage in made a very meager living as a journalist, and the lines may be more poetic than true.

The poet faintly alludes to an attack of blindness in his youth which left traces for life. The poem bears as its title the name of a Grecian his- torian, who flourished at the time of the invasion of the Goths, one episode of which is here described, the poet dating the event A.

Athens, whose tutelary goddess was Pallas Athene. That emblem of imperialism had been the ensign of the kings of Babylon and of the Ptolemies. The Romans adopted it in conjunction with other devices, but Marius made It the ensign of the legion, and confined the other devices to the cohorts.

It has remained to this day the preeminent sign of power in coats of arms, whether of monarchies, empires or republics. The Corybant priests of the goddess Cybele in Phrygla, Asia Minor, worshiped by means of boisterous music and frantic dances. Dionysus, the god of wine and vineyards and of dramatic poetry, was styled Liberator from care.

Note the effective application of the same epithet In the personifications following. The simile refers to the famous oracle at Dodona, in Epirus, dedicated to Zevs. The oracular answers were supposed to be derived from the whispering of the breezes in the crown of a great sacred oak. Dodonas ekar talade fordomdags, ur helga skuggor stammades odets dom. Dodona's oaks aforetime their message spake; From sacred shadows stammering Fate's decree. The three great commanders and statesmen here named flourished about — B. Great as these heroes were, the hyperbole in line 41, Ad en vdrld iefriades, is obvious.

Kerameikos, the old Potters' Quarter in Athens, transformed into one of the finest parts of the city, with a wide square or plaza which is here specifically meant. The Song of the Athenians is written in distich form, a strophic group of two lines; this was a favorite form for elegiac and other solemn poetry.

The Song of the Goths is characterized both by the irregularity of old German verse and the alliteration of the Eddie poetry of Scandinavia. It forms a striking contrast to the careful chiseling of the Greek verse. Thus, the pine tree of the North, like the oak of Dodona, is voicing the decree of destiny. The beating off of the Goths on this occasion, however, did not prove as decisive a battle as that of Marathon.


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Not until their defeat by Claudius in the battle of Nalssus two years later did the Goths cease to harass and devastate Greece and other territories of the Roman empire inadequately protected by its legions see line 8. By conserving classic learning the monks during medieval times nurtured the seeds of culture from which was to spring the Reformation of the Church and its con- comitant, the civilization of the modern age.


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Platos Mmmel och Perikles' republik. But the ideal good in Plato's philosophy did not mean a personal God, hence a purely religious conception of heaven was not a part of his system. Pericles, though himself of aristocratic birth, was the protagonist of democracy in Greece, in opposition to Cimon, who through his influence was exiled B. The republic subsequently established by Pericles was in fact, according to the contemporary historian Thucydides, an autocracy by common consent.

The closing lines present, as does the poem as a whole, a picture of the entire period known as the Middle Ages. Snofrid is a mythical being idealized by Rydberg into a guiding genius pointing the way of ambition, strife and self-sacrifice, while most poets dealing with similar char- acters, so common in literature, make them out wanton and seductive agencies of destruction, like the sirens.

Hamn, shape, apparition, is sometimes, and probably more correctly, written ham; so also by Lbvertin in En gammal nydrsvisa: Allusion to the Eddie song Voluspd, stanzas 8 an. Darefter varda de glade lekte de underiara — allt av guld giildtavlorna de i overflod hade.

Rhyming and stressing the pronoun sow, is a breach of the rules of good style rare in the polished and precise diction of Rydberg. Uott 'bruset av forsens fall hores Jielt saJcta frdn fjarran. A poetic vision of rare beauty, exquisitely ex- pressed. Note the hush in the onomatopoetic line, sovd av sorlande kalians sms. Brenta, a river in northern Italy, whose picturesque shores, studded with villas, gardens and parks, are familiar to tourists. Snoilsky, like the Greek poets, applies this classic name distinctly to Italy. Att sjunga vaggsdng for slavar Hesperiens vind var for god, for god att sucka bland gravar, dar lagern pd fidn Matt stod.

In the nine stanzas here omitted the poet revels in the scenes and pleasures, the historic memories and current strife indigenous to Italian soil. Note that the poet speaks in his own person through- out, not from the lips of an imaginary Muse. This is one of the poems of purely democratic trend so characteristic of the literature of Sweden in the early- eighties.

It was written in Tampans ande — allusion to the genius of Aladdin's magic lamp in "Arabian Nights' Tales. In this as in the foregoing poem, Snoilsky pays high tribute to the man of labor, the artisan of common utilities as against the artist creator of costly luxuries. His exalta- tion of labor is hardly less fervent than the apotheosis of human liberty in a large number of his poems.

Ett snacksallt lag — a flock of rooks disturbed at nightfall by the ringing of the vesper bell. This poem has its counterpart in English literature in Hood's Song of the Shirt. Metrically, the last syllable of hdnderna belongs to the next line. This is an old ballad modernized by Levertin, its legend- ary style being rather too fantastical for present-day verse. Betslet dr en blomsterrad — the reins, not the bit, forming a festoon of flowers, hetsel bit is a metonym for tyglar reins.

Spelt was the common variety of wheat in early times. It is still grown on poor soils In Germany and Switzerland. Uvsens, archaic for livets. This poem is based on an old medieval ballad which was translated into Swedish as early as and, together with similar versions of Ivan Lejonriddaren and Hertig Fredrik av Nqrmandie, formed a group of ballads of chivalry called Eufemiavisorna, Queen Euphemia of Norway having caused them to be translated into the Swedish tongue.

While the source of "Ivan" appears to have been a French ballad and that of "Henrik" a German one, both belonging to the Arthurian Tales, nothing is said of the origin of "Plores," except that it was "turned into rhyme. Critics have, traced the romance back to a late Greek source. The Swedish translator is thought to have used the Old Norse prose ver- sion. A modern French version, "Floire et Blanceflor" by B. Du Meril bears close relation to the Old Swedish version. Levertln's poem, as here indicated, merely hints at the full pontents of the original ballad. The argument of the poem is found in the very title.

Ithaka, according to the Odyssey, was the native island of Odysseus, to which the hero of the epic, after having taken part in the Trojan War, returned only after years of re- verses and vicissitudes. HeraKles' stoder, Gibraltar and the high rock on the opposite coast, known in classic lore as the Pillars of Hercules.

Fantasos' tommar — carrying out the classic figure of Fancy as "the winged horse. Allusion to John 1, 1 — 3. The masculine epithet ledsven, in the midst of the feminine sagofortaljerska, foljeslagerska, tikterska, triis- terska, drommerska, is somewhat disconcerting. Babylons vimmel refers to the Babel of tongues. Entirely in keeping with the poet's confession in these lines is the recent estimate of a critic who says: The musical quality of Eroding's verse is well exemplified in this pastoral, the mellifluous diction of which has been rarely matched in poetic literature.

The Swedish Anthology of Dr. Charles Wharton Stork American-Scandinavian Foundation, contains able renderings into English of this and numerous other gems of modern Swedish verse. The volume will be found a great aid to the student who aspires to idealistic appreciation. The song goes reverberating from hill to hill until the sound is finally lost, — such is the sense of this figurative line. The vernacular words and forms interwoven in the rhymes, as tolas 9 , Jonten 30 , skjutgammal 38 , drwm- lade 45 , stracklade 47 , add not a little to the bizarre humor of the rustic picture.

The true colloquial use of the pronoun with its antecedent is here shown. So also in Yallareldt, line 3. The lines probably refer to the driver, but if he is mentally paying his respects to the old nag, the quotation which follows is a retort in kind, lending savor to the situation. Ur Stuovtaq i hembtgden. See beginning of Froding monograph. The keynote of Froding's psychological poems is probably struck in this series of songs, forming an allegory in which the figure is consistently maintained throughout. The Star Songs undoubtedly throw light upon Froding's philosophy of life and his personal attitude towards the Creator of life.

A study of Froding's mental make-up is essential to a correct understanding of the metaphysical stanzas of part IV in particular. Tanta, a city in lower Egypt. I afton Jcanske att Tian sjunger. The preposition av or med, sometimes found with such attributives, is gen- erally dispensed with.. The traditional quietude of Egypt was alluded to by Tegner in his epic romance. The poet's mode of expression in these lines has been subjected to much comment and adverse criticism, many characterizing it as too arbitrary a departure from established linguistic usage.

The grammatical Swedish of it would be: In Hans Alienus, the chief character, bearing that name, roams about Europe and the Orient in the guise of a friar. There is no unity or sequence in point of time, the pilgrim visiting the pope in the Vatican, Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem, Sardanapalus in ancient Ninive, and so on, then returning to modern Sweden to spend his last days.

This oddly fantastical romance serves as the vehicle for Heiden- stam's idealistic quest of beauty and his philosophy of life — a somewhat immature and immoderate Epicureanism. The latter part of this story of mingled fact and fiction is symbolical of the poet's return from foreign parts to his native soil. As events have gone in Heidenstam's literary career, it foreshadowed his return from extravagant Oriental dreams to purely Northern ideals.

In Sverige, the i is slurred. A renunciation of the ascetic and religious ideals supposed to go with the friar's garb. The title has reference to an ancient Norse custom of invoking the gods when making solemn promise to achieve some great deed. Such promises, usually made at public feasts, were solemnized with the draining of the beaker of Brage ON iragafuU , in honor of the god of poetry and eloquence.

It will be noticed that the poem in its entirety is an invocation and an invective, the pledge being a neg- ligible element slightly traceable only in the first stanza. This poem closes a collection of poems under the general title, "Ett folk". Det dr idttre att av en hdmnare nds. This little poem holds a place alongside of Froding's Vallareldt as one of the sweetest lyrics of recent Swedish verse.

Each writer has evinced, in his own way, a mastery of diction rarely equaled. Karlfeldt excels in the subtly sentimental strain. Avesta fors — this locates the scene of the poem near the old copper works at the great and little falls Storforsen and Lillforsen in Daldlven, the main river flowing through the poet's native province of Dalarna Dalecarlia.

The old works were recently replaced by a large steel plant, iron ore being also abundant in this old copper region. As indicated here and in the title, this is a lyrical farewell to the poet's native scenes. The victory was celebrated in a ballad Balvisan which says: SA korde vi jutar Danes i Brunbacks alv, sd vattnet dem porlade om. Vi sorjde darover, att Kristian sjalv ej ddr tillika omkom. This is a selection from a group of poems, entitled Dal- mdlningar, utlagda pil rim Dalecarlian Paintings Inter- preted in Rhyme , in which Karlfeldt describes old paint- ings in the churches of his native province with all the originality and quaintness that characterized these mural depictions by anonymous country artists.

The progressive mood is often thus expressed in questions by an interposed verb, like gd, std, sitta, between the principal verb and its object, where English requires an adverbial clause in addition to the progressive form. Thus, vad sitter du och tanker pd — what are you thinking of as you are sitting there?

The sense of the line in the text is, what are you pondering on, while walking thus alone? ApoU, irregular form of Apollo, 5 — 6. The incongruous combination nordanvinden — eld och Idge has the force of an oxymoron. Cupid, regularly written Gupido or Kupido. Hovding, ryck an — the North Wind here, as through- out, personifies the spirit and genius of the North, mani- fested in manhood and honor lines 13 — 14 , power and beauty 31—32 , song and action 28, 34 — This vocabulary covers Vols.

I and II of Svensk Vihtning. The dash is employed for brevity and convenience to "indicate that the indefinite nominative plural form of a noun is the same- as the con-esponding form in the singular ; thus, arbetare -n, —. Of nornis, the def. Proper nouns are here included only where their Swedish and English forms differ or where they may be variously rendered. Of regular verbs, the principal parts are indicated by their conjugatienal endings in the preterite and supine, active or passive, according to the text and for the purpose of preciseness in rendition. The use of inflected adjectives as adverbs and of participles as adjectives is noted except where the meaning is obvious.

Ahasverus, Ahasuerus, name applied to the Wandering Jew. Alienus, Alienus, a Latin cog- nomen for himself, em- ployed by Heidenstam. Amerika, America, an, on, forward, onward, anande, anticipating, anblick -en , aspect, sight, prospect, view, and anden, ander , duck, wild duck. Anders, Andrew, anderost -en, -er , voice of a the spirit; spec, the voice of the Holy Spirit, andevarld -en, -ar , spirit world, spiritual world. Andreas, Andrew, anforvaint -en, -er , kin, kindred. Angellka, Angelica, angrepp -et, — , attack.

Anna, Anna, Ann, Anne. KY 93 a few, one here and there, sundry. Apollo, Apollon, Apollo, god of music and poetry; also, poet. Atis, character in an epic poem by Creutz. Inclined to fa- vor. II, beundr a -ade, -at , to ad- mire. Blanzeflor, character in a medieval ballad. Blocksberg, one of several mountains in Germany; spec. Brocken in the Harz range. Brunte, name for a brown horse; also brunte, dobbin. What is the use? Celadon, favorite name for a lover in pastoral poetry.

Celadondrion, arbitrary trans- formation of Celadon. Cupid, Cupido, also Kupido , Cupid, god of love; com- monly Amor. Dalarna, Dalecarlia curious- ly formed from dalkarl, a man of this province , lit. Dalalven, river in Dalarna. Dexippos, Dexlppus, Greek historian. Djurgarden, park at Stock- holm; lit. Djurgardsek -en, -ar , oaks in DjurgS,rden, a park in Stockholm. Dunciad -en , the Dunciad, by Alexander Pope. Fantasos, fancy, fantasy per- sonified. Faust, Faust, a character in literature, treated by Goe- the, Marlowe as Faustus , Rydberg, and others.

Febus, Phoebus, the sun-god. Florez, Flores, a character in a medieval ballad. Folkungatradet, "The Tree of the Folkungs", a story of the Folkung line. Fosforos, Phosphorus, light- bringer; morning star. Fyrtio fyratio, fyrti, colloq. Forbi, past, over, at an end; by. Fordjupning -en, -an , deepen- ing. Fbrenta staterna, the United States. Fbr svinna -svann, -svunnit , to disappear; to pass over, by, out of sight. Gautjod, poetic name for Sweden. A form of address at meet- ing, not at parting as, good day , godhet -en , goodness, kind- ness, mercy, godo; komma till godo, to benefit, gods -et, — , goods, prop- erty; gods och guld, wealth.

Grekland, Greece, gren -en, -ar , branch, limb. Gud -en , God. Gudsmoder -n , Mother of God, Holy Mother-. Gustav, Gustav, Gustave, Gus- tavus. Archaic form cor- responding to gaende, go- ing, and gingbar, passing current. Gotiska forbundet, the Gothic Society. Hades, Hades, the lower re- gions. Herakles, Hercules, Hera- cles. Herren Herran , the Lord. Hesperien, Hesperia, The Western Land; esp. In taga -tog, -tagit , to taJie, assume; to occupy.

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Ithaka, Ithaca, Ionian island; also its main city. Jonte, Johnny, jord -en, -ar , earth, globe, world; soil, sod. Juda, Judah, the Jewish na- tion. Jarn -et, — , iron; fetters, chains. JarnhSrd, rigid, hard as steel. Karl, Charles, Carl; Karlar the Charleses. Karlstadstldningen, The Karl- stad News.

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Karo, common name for a dog, as Rover, Fido, etc. Karon, Charon, mythological ferryman of the river Styx. Kerameikos, Cerameicus, the Potters' Quarter in Athens. Kimon, Cimon, Athenian com- mander. ET Klara, St Clara church or parish. Kresus, Krosus, Croesus; Kre- ser, sons of Croesus. Iack a -ade, -at , to drip; lac- ka han, to drop off; to draw nigh. Iad a -an, -or , barn. Iag er -ern, -rar , laurel, lau- rel wreath, lagerlund -en, -ar, -er , lau rel grove.

Iag man -mannen, -man lawman, counselor for the people, lagrad, laureled, lamm -et, — , lamb. Iamp a -an, -or , lamp, land -et, — or lander , country, land. Iand a -ade, -ait , to land; to alight, settle. Academy of Agriculture, agricultural institute. I arm -et , roar, din, noise. Iarmtrumm a -an, -or , signal drum. Iast a -ade, -at , to blame, charge, accuse, find fault with; to load, burden.

Iedsn a -ade, -at , to grow weary, tired; to be sad- dened. Iet a -ade, -at , to search, seek; to hunt for; I eta sig vag, to find one's way. Lethe, Lethe, mythological Fiver. Leukas Leukadia , Leucadla. Eon's Door McLaughlin, Tom. Tale of the Pumpkin Wraith. Tales from the Yoga Studio. Then Sings My Soul: Walking Between Worlds; Book I: Paley, Diane Backing Away Forward: Slippery Willie's Stupid, Ugly Shoes. The Priest and the Peaches Petretta, J.

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