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by Ambrose Korn

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Ambrose Korn
AuthorHouse (October 19, 2002)
236 pages
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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of E Korn books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Ambrose E. Korn Jr. 19 Oct 2002.

The lilac-breasted roller (Coracias caudatus) is an African member of the roller (or Coraciidae) family of birds. It is widely distributed in sub-Saharan Africa, and is a vagrant to the southern Arabian Peninsula. It prefers open woodland and savanna, and it is for the most part absent from treeless places

OUR NEW NEIGHBORS AT PONKAPOG BY THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH When I saw the little house building, an eighth of a mile beyond my own, on the Old Bay Road, I wondered who were to be the tenants.

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Journalist, short story writer, a poet, and critic Ambrose Bierce has been called one of America’s greatest wits and an uncompromising satirist. He wrote unsparingly and with haunting realism of his Civil War experiences. His finest and most famous Civil War writings are gathered in this volume of six essays and twenty stories, including An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, What I Saw of Shiloh, and A Horseman in the Sky.

Tim Brogan is brought up in a small Pennsylvania steel mill town in the nineteen forties. He comes of age in the fifties, and expects his life to follow an upright path similar to his grandfather, father, and uncles if only he lives by the rules that society and the church have charted out for its members. By the early sixties, and carrying the wounds of lost love and ruined dreams, he abandons the wholesome life he expected to live and gives into his desires of living his life in a less rigid manner. However, the despondency of broken dreams infests his spirit and he is unable to find happiness even when given a second chance to have love. Finally he seeks out a new life, one that if lived as intended, will require commitment, and occasionally great faith and courage. He finds some contentment with this way of life, but he can never get accustom to the loneliness.