A Centaur s Life

A Centaur s Life Author Kei Murayama
ISBN-10 1626924465
Release 2017-03-21
Pages 180
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Being a teenager is never easy...especially for a centaur! A Centaur's Life is an ongoing manga series with a wholly unique take on the slice-of-life genre-it focuses on the daily school life of supernatural creatures. This series features quirky and adorable artwork presented in oversized editions that include a color insert in each volume. Himeno is a sweet, shy girl, who, like many teens her age, struggles with the trials and tribulations of attending high school. The difference is she's a centaur; but she's not alone. In fact, all of her classmates are supernatural creatures, sporting either horns, wings, tails, halos, or some other unearthly body appendage. Yet despite their fantastical natures, Himeno and her best friends-the dragon-winged Nozomi, and Kyoko with her spiraled horns-are down-to earth, fun-loving teenagers who grapple with issues of life and love in a mostly normal daily school setting. A Centaur's Life will appeal to fans of slice-of-life manga like Yotsuba&! and of supernatural schools like Rosario + Vampire.



Peacocks Chameleons Centaurs

Peacocks  Chameleons  Centaurs Author Wayne Brekhus
ISBN-10 0226072924
Release 2003-10-01
Pages 262
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What does it mean to be a gay man living in the suburbs? Do you identify primarily as gay, or suburban, or some combination of the two? For that matter, how does anyone decide what his or her identity is? In this first-ever ethnography of American gay suburbanites, Wayne H. Brekhus demonstrates that who one is depends at least in part on where and when one is. For many urban gay men, being homosexual is key to their identity because they live, work, and socialize in almost exclusively gay circles. Brekhus calls such men "lifestylers" or peacocks. Chameleons or "commuters," on the other hand, live and work in conventional suburban settings, but lead intense gay social and sexual lives outside the suburbs. Centaurs, meanwhile, or "integrators," mix typical suburban jobs and homes with low-key gay social and sexual activities. In other words, lifestylers see homosexuality as something you are, commuters as something you do, and integrators as part of yourself. Ultimately, Brekhus shows that lifestyling, commuting, and integrating embody competing identity strategies that occur not only among gay men but across a broad range of social categories. What results, then, is an innovative work that will interest sociologists, psychologists, anthropologists, and students of gay culture.



Centaur s Prize

Centaur s Prize Author Catherine Banks
ISBN-10 9781537836584
Release 2017-12-12
Pages 77
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The centaur’s prized possession was lost and as the guard on duty that night, all blame is placed on Lysander. For punishment, they exiled him to the human’s world, away from his herd and the only life he had known. The only way he can get back to Olympus is to find the lost item. A feat made much more difficult when a gorgeous, tall, and leggy blonde trots into his life. Mendra is the last of her kind, a Pegasus with the ability to shift into human form or equine form. Her mother told her wild tales about lands with centaurs, satyrs, Gods, and heroes, but she never believed them. Until she met a man like her, a man who could shift into equine form and tells her similar stories. He asks for her help finding a lost item, so he can return to Olympus and his herd. She wants to help him, but she’s afraid to lose the one person who makes her feel like she’s home. Lysander convinces Mendra to help him, but as they search for the lost item, he isn’t so certain he wants to return home. Life with the humans is so much different than Olympus and his heart aches at the thought of leaving Mendra behind, alone in a world without a herd of her own. Will his arrow fly true, or will they lose more than they ever imagined?



Wisdom of the Centaurs Reason Andy Smithson Book Six

Wisdom of the Centaurs  Reason  Andy Smithson Book Six Author L. R. W. Lee
ISBN-10 9781370148783
Release 2016-11-23
Pages 250
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A powerful enemy. An irresistible bribe. One choice could change the world forever. Standing on a precipice is very different than jumping off. Andy Smithson would know. For five years he’s collected ingredients for a curse-breaking potion, all the while knowing his actions will turn his world upside down the instant he succeeds. He wonders if he’s reached the point of no return when events at home reveal he may be part of something much bigger. Andy returns to Oomaldee to find overrunning Castle Avalon and turning out the king’s court didn’t begin to satisfy Abaddon’s thirst for long-held vengeance on the land. No. The people must suffer…as he has, and he begins to reveal the true depths of his malevolent plan. The stakes go up when it comes time for Andy to hunt down the sixth ingredient, for Abaddon has put a bounty on the heads of Oomaldee’s monarchy. Will Andy succeed or will citizens betray him? One wrong choice will change the future of the kingdom. Wisdom of the Centaurs’ Reason is the sixth novel in the Andy Smithson coming-of-age, fantasy series. If you like unexpected twists, exhilarating action, vengeful villains, and tales of intrigue, with tender moments that leave you begging for more, then you’ll love L. R. W. Lee’s latest entry in this epic adventure. Buy Wisdom of the Centaurs’ Reason and continue Andy’s journey today!



The Oxford Handbook of Animals in Classical Thought and Life

The Oxford Handbook of Animals in Classical Thought and Life Author Gordon Lindsay Campbell
ISBN-10 9780191035166
Release 2014-08-28
Pages 650
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The Oxford Handbook of Animals in Classical Thought and Life is the first comprehensive guide to animals in the ancient world, encompassing all aspects of the topic by featuring authoritative chapters on 33 topics by leading scholars in their fields. As well as an introduction to, and a survey of, each topic, it provides guidance on further reading for those who wish to study a particular area in greater depth. Both the realities and the more theoretical aspects of the treatment of animals in ancient times are covered in chapters which explore the domestication of animals, animal husbandry, animals as pets, Aesop's Fables, and animals in classical art and comedy, all of which closely examine the nature of human-animal interaction. More abstract and philosophical topics are also addressed, including animal communication, early ideas on the origin of species, and philosophical vegetarianism and the notion of animal rights.



Centaurs and Amazons

Centaurs and Amazons Author Page DuBois
ISBN-10 0472081535
Release 1991
Pages 161
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Traces the development of the Greek hierarchical view of life that continues to permeate Western society



The Necromancer Book Two

The Necromancer  Book Two Author Paul Terence Matthias Jackson
ISBN-10 9781471634734
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The Necromancer Book Two has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Necromancer Book Two also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Necromancer Book Two book for free.



Ravnica

Ravnica Author Cory Herndon
ISBN-10 9780786957125
Release 2010-04-21
Pages 320
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A labyrinth of intrigue... Lieutenant Agrus Kos enjoys his work. A top-notch officer of the city guard, he's been on the force over fifty years. He works alone. And the League of Wojek never had problems with him or his work. Until now. They gave him a partner to train, who promptly got himself killed. And the more he looks into the death, the less he likes it. Something dark is moving within the guilds of Ravnica.



The Centaur Not Fabulous

The Centaur Not Fabulous Author Edward Young
ISBN-10 OSU:32435053067245
Release 1755
Pages 384
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The Centaur Not Fabulous has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Centaur Not Fabulous also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Centaur Not Fabulous book for free.



Women in Athenian Law and Life

Women in Athenian Law and Life Author Roger Just
ISBN-10 9781134931675
Release 2008-03-07
Pages 336
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This book provides a comprehensive account of the Athenians' conception of women during the classical period of the fifth and fourth centuries BC. Though nothing remains that represents the authentic voice of the women themselves, there is a wealth of evidence showing how men sought to define women. By working through a range of material, from the provisions of Athenian law through to the representations of tragedy and comedy, the author builds up, in the manner of an anthropological ethnography, a coherent and integrated picture of the Athenians' notion of `woman'.



The Laureate of the Centaurs

The Laureate of the Centaurs Author J. Howlett-Ross
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN8X1W
Release 1888
Pages 214
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Masks Transformation and Paradox

Masks  Transformation  and Paradox Author A. David Napier
ISBN-10 0520045335
Release 1986
Pages 282
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Masks are found world-wide in connection with seasonal festivals, rites of passage, and curative ceremonies. They provide a means of investigating the paradoxical problems that appearances pose in the experience of transitional states. In this far-reaching work, A. David Napier studies mask iconography and the role played by masks in the realization of change. The masks of preclassical Greece�in particular those of the Satyr and the Gorgon�provide his starting point. A comparison of Greek to Eastern and especially Indian models follows, and the book concludes with an examination of the interpretation of Hindu ideas in Bali that demonstrates the importance of ambivalence in mask iconography.



Magic Earth

Magic Earth Author Marilyn Daugherty
ISBN-10 9781524525057
Release 2016-09-14
Pages 194
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Taylor Jones is the mayor of Animal Forks, Colorado, in the year 2049. The town was nestled in a beautiful valley between two mountains. Living in Animal Forks was a hunter’s paradise, with plenty of game and fishing with lakes and rivers as well as forest with hiking trails. But Animal Forks offered so much more than hunting and fishing. Generations before Taylor Jones and others came to Animal Forks, it was known as Magic Earth. Those who lived in the valley experienced powers beyond their belief; telepathic communication, telekinesis, and mind reading were just a few of the gifts that the town folks displayed. Those who lived in Magic Earth had found the fountain of youth and had to guard their secret from the rest of the world, or their valley would be totally destroyed by others desperate to live forever. Taylor and the town council were vigilant in keeping their treasure hidden away in the valley, but there were residents who were determined to cash in on the riches contained there. When secrets began to trickle from the valley about the supernatural resources available, the powers that be were eager to take advantage of the gullible Mayor Jones. The most powerful man in the world, El Bailé, sets up a station in Magic Earth, determined to find how to obtain the power for himself alone. The forest that surrounded Magic Earth held the secret to all the mystery of the beautiful valley, but those who found the answers to the incredible gifts of the Forks also risked losing themselves in a time where magic creatures would either enslave them or fight for them. The world leader, El Bailé, finds his destiny in the forest of Magic Earth, and the world would never be the same. Join the people of Magic Earth on their journey to find who is behind the mystery and power of the world that has converged on a small Colorado valley.



Centaur

Centaur Author Albert Leong
ISBN-10 0742520587
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 353
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Preserving art, freedom, and human dignity in the age of the totalitarian state was one of the great challenges of the twentieth century. In Centaur, Slavic scholar Albert Leong chronicles the life and work of the greatest living Russian sculptor and philosopher of art, Ernst Neizvestny, who survived the Soviet police state to become a folk hero to his people. Based on extensive research in the formerly closed Soviet archives and exclusive interviews with Neizvestny and his family and friends, Centaur tells the amazing story of a visionary artist and World War II commando officer who narrowly escaped death on the battlefield and successfully defied Stalin, Kruschev, Brezhnev, and the KGB to create acclaimed works of monumental art. Forced into exile in the West in 1976, Neizvestny returned in triumph to Russia in 1989 to design the first monuments to the countless victims of Stalinist political repression. Supplemented by seventy-five photographs, Centaur will engross specialists and general readers interested in biography, cultural history, art, architecture, politics, and Russian/Soviet studies.



The Non Born Heir

The Non Born Heir Author Adam Gazdag
ISBN-10 9780557177097
Release 2010-08-14
Pages 313
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Simon Felix and Katie Elson had just turned fifteen. But instead of a happy birthday things just kept the usual way. Under the painful dictatorship of the menacing Linda, Simon and Katie were forced to grow up in an orphanage. But a whole new lifestyle was about to take place when the wise and powerful Sirion Master, Lumina Xabian arrives to fetch them from their imprisonment. At first, Simon and Katie seem rather reluctant to have anything to do with this OverWorld, Xabian spoke of. But when magic and freedom were introduced in the story, the two kids couldn't help but give in.As the first installment in the Chronicles of Lennyx series, teenagers learn what it is to be what they were born to be. They flirt, they fight, and they fall in love. With a depth of boundless loyalty that could be unbearable to some, the Non-Born Heir depicts the story of one boy and his quest to find out who he is and where he belongs in the world that they all call the OverWorld



Greek and Egyptian Mythologies

Greek and Egyptian Mythologies Author Yves Bonnefoy
ISBN-10 0226064549
Release 1992-11-15
Pages 272
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The seventy-two entries in this volume explore, among other topics, the history, geography, and religion of Greece, Plato's mythology and philosophy, the powers of marriage in Greece, heroes and gods of war in the Greek epic, and origins of mankind in Greek myths. Ancient Egyptian cosmology, anthropology, rituals, and religion—closely linked to Greek mythology—are also discussed. "In a world that remains governed by powerful myths, we must deepen our understanding of ourselves and others by considering more carefully the ways in which the mythological systems to which we cling and social institutions and movements to which we are committed nourish each other. Yves Bonnefoy's Mythologies not only summarizes the progress that has already been made toward this end, but also lays the foundation for the difficult work that lies ahead."—Mark C. Taylor, New York Times Book Review "The almost 100 contributors combine, with characteristic precision and élan, the arts of science and poetry, of analysis and translation. The result is a treasury of information, brilliant guesswork, witty asides, and revealing digressions. This is a work of genuine and enduring excitement."—Thomas D'Evelyn, Christian cience Monitor



The Rise of the Centaurs

The Rise of the Centaurs Author Bjarke Rink reports
ISBN-10 9781491821190
Release 2013-10-29
Pages 322
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Thousands of years ago, on the central asian steppes, an amazing symbiosis ocurred between horse and man. This blending of two extremely "dissimilar" species would have far-reaching consequences for World History. But what drew men and horses to join forces? Who were the first people to approach horses? For what reason? Who had the improbable idea of mounting a horse and guiding it from a position on its back? And what environmental pressure made this imperative to do so? In this adventure we'll witnes the origins of horsemanship and how horses empowered humans. Riding with the Cimmerians and the Scythians, we will discover how horsemanship upset the power balances of natons. History as told from horseback will give you new insights about the past and a special appreciation for the role of the horse in molding today's world