Published June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||108|
The Kindle edition of "At the Back of the North Wind" cuts out all but one of the 'nonsense' poems in this book! Thus, various places throughout the story, the narrator will speak of the song as if to quote it at length; and then the next words to be read are a /5(46). Here is an end of Spoil of the North Wind, being certain fugitive verse gathered together and made into a book by Edward Martin Moore. The cover, title-page and initials were designed for this book by Frank B. Rae, Jr. Printed and published by Lang- worthy & Stevens at the BLUE SKY PRESS, which is Upstairs at Woodlawn Avenue and Fifty-fifth. North Wind Books is the of bookstore of Finlandia University, we specialize in local books and gifts, FinnU apparel, and many other items of interest. At the Back of the North Wind is a rare, wonderful gem of a book. Written by George MacDonald, it is about a boy named Diamond who makes the acquaintance of an extraordinary supernatural being named North Wind, a lady who is evidently exactly what her name suggests.4/5.
Into the North Wind is an amazing story, detailing one woman's 1, mile odyssey across frozen Alaska. I first encountered Jill in her book Becoming Frozen, when she first moved to Alaska and discovered the joys of endurance cycling through snow. To most of us, the idea of a one mile ride through the frozen Alaskan wilderness is a step too far/5(51). At the Back of the North Wind is a children's book written by Scottish author George was serialized in the children's magazine Good Words for the Young beginning in and was published in book form in It is a fantasy centered on a boy named Diamond and his adventures with the North : George MacDonald. South Wind is a novel by British author Norman Douglas. It is Douglas' most famous book and his only success as a novelist. It is set on an imaginary island called Nepenthe, located off the coast of Italy in the Tyrrhenian Sea, a thinly fictionalized description of Capri's residents and visitors. The narrative concerns twelve days during which Thomas Heard, a bishop returning to Author: Norman Douglas. Not only do McGillis and Pennington validate the cultural importance once held by At the Back of the North Wind, but also manage to highlight this hybrid fantasy-book’s appeal to readers in the Age of Harry Potter. Appendices that place the book into different kinds of contexts; the careful textual annotations; and, above all, the attention Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
In Caradoc of the North Wind we follow Branwen and her followers on the last leg of their journey to defeat the Saxons once and for all. Caradoc of the North Winds is a gripping read that will have you hooked from page one.4/5. Unlike many of MacDonald’s other fairy tales, At the Back of the North Wind does not begin with a princess or prince, or a fairy, but rather with a small boy named Diamond, the son of a coachman. What follows is a series of wonderful adventures and experiences in which the great North Wind teaches Diamond the most valuable lessons that a human being can learn – about truth, goodness, beauty and love. The book is said to have inspired writers like CS Lewis. The author, George Macdonald was a literary luminary of his day. This will be a time of violence and turbulence never before seen by man. The Bible speaks of the North Wind, the South Wind, the East Wind, and the West Wind. Everything in God's Word has a significance. The four directions also have a Spiritual significance for the end of this age. North is the direction of God's throne. It is the symbol of.