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Tales from Out There

It's been there all along, full of long horizons and endless sky and the silence that still exists far from the frenetic cities. There are folks out there, living and working in that rough and beautiful world. These are their stories.

Author : C. J. Hadley

Release : 2019-10-15

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ISBN : 9780578547244

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Out There

What ties this collection together are the incredible voices of legendary Outside contributors such as David Quammen, Tim Cahill, Susan Orlean, Wells Tower, Christopher Solomon, Patrick Symmes, Taffy Brodesser-Akner, Nick Paumgarten, and ...

Author : The Editors of Outside Magazine

Release : 2018-04-01

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 1493030825

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Longtime readers have come to understand that Outside’s true gift is in chronicling misadventure. That’s the common thread among the stories found in Out There—those memorable tales that begin with the promise that, even if no one’s life is necessarily hanging in the balance, something may go horribly awry at any moment, and that documenting this misfortune will inevitably yield rich comedic material or a surprisingly poignant moment. Or sometimes both. Out There chronicles fringe athletes, fitness freaks, and others obsessed by ill-advised dreams. It takes us to far-flung places no sane person would want to go. What ties this collection together are the incredible voices of legendary Outside contributors such as David Quammen, Tim Cahill, Susan Orlean, Wells Tower, Christopher Solomon, Patrick Symmes, Taffy Brodesser-Akner, Nick Paumgarten, and many others, who turn their subjects into literary gold and have helped to keep Outside in business for more than forty years.

Outdoor Adventures

things I have experienced outside. funny with wisdom, and cleverness, all true stories

Author : eliot

Release : 2017-06-09

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ISBN : 9780998716510

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things I have experienced outside. funny with wisdom, and cleverness, all true stories

Tales Out of School

3 It's a Jungle Out There : Juvenile Violence and the Perils of Love " I'm a teacher
. My pupils are the kind you don't turn your back on , even in class ! " —Publicity
tag , The Blackboard Jungle " If you try running this school with ideas you'll have
 ...

Author : Jo Keroes

Release : 1999

Publisher : SIU Press

ISBN : 9780809322381

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Jo Keroes's scope is wide: she examines the teacher as represented in fiction and film in works ranging from the twelfth-century letters of Abelard and Heloise to contemporary films such as Dangerous Minds and Educating Rita. And from the twelfth through the twentieth century, Keroes shows, the teaching encounter is essentially erotic. Tracing the roots of eros from cultural as well as psychological perspectives, Keroes defines erotic in terms broader than the merely sexual. She analyzes ways in which teachers serve as convenient figures on whom to map conflicts about gender, power, and desire. To show how portrayals of men and women differ, she examines pairs of texts, using a film or a novel with a woman protagonist (Up the Down Staircase, for example) as counterpoint to one featuring a male teacher (Blackboard Jungle) or The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie balanced against Dead Poets Society. The portrayals of teachers, like all images a culture presents of itself, reveal much about our private and social selves. Keroes points out authentic accounts of authoritative women teachers who are admired and respected by colleagues and students alike. Real teachers differ from the stereotypes we see in fiction and film, however. Male teachers are often portrayed as heroes in film and fallibly human in fiction, whereas women in either genre are likely to be monstrous or muddled and are virtually never women of color. Among other things, Keroes demonstrates, the tension between reality and representation reveals society's ambivalence about power in the hands of women.

Celtic Tales 8

You can get up there, but there are easier ways down. The wind and everything
comes down. Before it got good light I got my weary, sore bones out there in that
fresh water and filled the water jug back up. I drank until I could drink no more.

Author : Jill Whalen

Release : 2007-12-27

Publisher : iUniverse

ISBN : 0595604765

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Celtic heroes seize the moment and revel in life. Join them in their struggles and triumphs. What makes a man? Is it his age, or his size, or his mettle? Meet a man of seven years that thousands of men swore sword fealty to. A prophesy about honor is fulfilled by a boy who found a signet ring and returned it to the McLeod clan. A boy dreaming of honor, riches, and glory in far off lands gets more than he bargained for. Find out about the sword that only belongs to heroes. These Celtic people lived exciting lives. For a little while step into the past of your ancestors. Be a part of the daring with a sword and a brain.

Tales of Superhuman Powers

Simply put, I did not feel the need to do that, when there are so many original
tales out there where people have done the creative work for me hundreds of
years ago. My goal is not to create new superhero tales (not now, anyway) but to
show ...

Author : Csenge Virág Zalka

Release : 2013-09-06

Publisher : McFarland

ISBN : 0786477040

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"Focuses on less well-known stories...includes information on similar heroes"--ProtoView. Csenge Virag Zalka, a Hungarian storyteller, has collected 55 folktales from around the world about supernatural abilities like superhuman strength, invulnerability, flying, heightened senses, speed, invisibility, healing, agility, precognition, telepathy, fire manipulation, teleportation, water powers, and shifting. These tales represent powers that people have dreamed of, conjured up and strived for through the ages. Many of the powers are present in popular culture, making the superheroes who wield them the direct descendants of characters such as the princess who could see through walls or the invulnerable Isfandiyar. Zalka excluded stories about magic or about gods with divine powers, and focused on less well-known stories. She included information on similar heroes, the ability in the story, sources of the powers, the origin of the story, teachings in it, the recommended age group, sources, variants, and comments.

Tales from Michigan Stadium

I don't even know why he jumped , because the ball was clearly going out of
bounds . I thought to myself , ' He's not about to do this . ' And when he went up
there and got that ball , I stopped and said , “ Dang ! " Hall laughs today at his
own ...

Author : Jim Brandstatter

Release : 2005-08

Publisher : Sports Publishing LLC

ISBN : 9781596700154

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Here's a book that takes readers behind the scenes for some of the greatest moments in University of Michigan football history. From "Kip" Taylor, who scored the first touchdown at Michigan Stadium in the late 1920s, to Lloyd Carr, the Wolverines? current head coach, Michigan fans will be offered details of the stories they?ve heard about for years...and some that they have never heard. Players who knew Yost, Oosterbaan, Crisler, Elliott, and Schembechler tell their stories in Tales from Michigan Stadium about practice, famous plays, and games from one of the most tradition-rich football programs in collegiate history.

Mystery Tales

“How do you get out ofthis hole?” The other solider sat there for a minute chewing
, and then spit. “Get out? You know what's out there? Death. That's what's out
there, no man's land. Nothing waiting for you but dead trees, bullets, and that ...

Author : Rex Bestle

Release : 2012-03-23

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 146538913X

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Rex was born on February 4, 1955 in Clearwater, Florida. He moved with his family to Burbank, California in 1962, where he grew up attending schools in Burbank and graduated from Burrouhs High School, class of 1973. He later worked for the Ralph M. Parsons Corp. in Pasadena, CA as a mechanical draftsman and worked on such projects as the Alaskan Pipe Line and the Honolulu International Airport. Rex enjoyed many hobbies, including hiking, fishing, rock collecting and snow skiing. He had taken creative writing classes in high school, which led to his love of writing short stories. Rex was tragically killed in a snow skiing accident on February 16, 1979. His writings were found after his death, just 2 weeks after what would have been his 24th birthday. This book is dedicated in his memory.

The Gathering Dark and Other Tales

Several of the men, at least two of whom were in tears, hugged each other in
solidarity, hardly yet sure of their victory, but in relief. In one solid ... That thing out
there is millennia old and will be alive for millennia to come! We gave it a right
good ...

Author : Andrew Dodge

Release : 2008-03

Publisher : iUniverse

ISBN : 0595495478

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The Sage of Wales' adventures continue in this exciting new collection by Andrew Ian Dodge . In a short novel, The Sage must help his friend, Reginald Wiggenbottom, discover strength out of legend in order to save his unborn son from a nasty conspiracy . Followed by three additional short tales . First, the Sage must help a man come to grips with a dangerous family legacy. In the second, he must stop an overly detailed writer from accidentally freeing the Elder God, Cthulhu, from his watery cave and so bringing about the end of mankind. And finally, he must devise a way to keep an evil offshoot of Islam from raising a bloodthirsty pharaoh.

The Complete Fairy Tales

It was some time before she had a second opportunity of going out, for Falca
since the fall of the lamp, had been a little ... a big lamp, and after being a big
lamp for a while, had to go out and grow a bigger lamp still—out there, beyond
this out?

Author : George MacDonald

Release : 1999-09-01

Publisher : Penguin

ISBN : 1101651377

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George MacDonald occupied a major position in the intellectual life of his Victorian contemporaries. This volume brings together all eleven of his shorter fairy stories as well as his essay "The Fantastic Imagination". The subjects are those of traditional fantasy: good and wicked fairies, children embarking on elaborate quests, and journeys into unsettling dreamworlds. Within this familiar imaginative landscape, his children's stories were profoundly experimental, questioning the association of childhood with purity and innocence, and the need to separate fairy tale wonder from adult scepticism and disbelief.

Retail Tales and Nonsense

There is no tipping permitted either. It defeats the purpose of the service being
free. Why do I get numbers for my groceries? You receive numbers so we know
the groceries are yours. There may also be more than one order out there, and
we ...

Author : Michael Dichter

Release : 2010-10-28

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 1469117819

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Who Ya Bagging For? I have been told to bag for the cashier, the other bagger, or the supervisor. But very rarely have I been told to bag for the guest. This seems funny to me. Now if they wanted to tell me to take over for the other employee or the guest(s), that would make sense, but the easy, lazy way to communicate seems to be the only way they know how. You’d think someone that has the skills to do this job would at least know the difference between bagging for the cashier, etc., and the guests

A History of Moonville, Ohio and a Collection of Its Haunting Tales

HauntingTales. It's not only the historical and the physical aspects of the tunnel
that draws visitors out to see it. ... People that have gone out there say they have
had odd or unexplainable experiences such as camera flashes not working while
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Author : William M. Cullen

Release : 2010-02-15

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 1469100673

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A History of Moonville, Ohio and a Collection of its Haunting Tales is a rich and detailed account of a haunted bygone mining town that once flourished in the backwoods of Ohios southeastern region. Mooville flourished during Ohios golden age of railroad expansion in the years before the start of the Civil War,founded by a man with a dream. Then, as Moonville began drifting into Ohios collective history its paranormal activity picked up, adding to Ohios already rich and colorful collection of haunting tales.

Vienna Tales

Out there, way beyond the outer wall, a long row of tall, identical houses
stretched out, glistening an ugly whitish yellow. Men in shirtsleeves stood at the
many open windows, following the clamorous tram with vacant eyes; blowsy
women in ...

Author : Helen Constantine

Release : 2014-11-13

Publisher : OUP Oxford

ISBN : 0191648574

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Situated on the cusp of West and East, between the foothills of the Alps and the mighty 'Blue Danube', Vienna has long presented authors with a wealth of material for stories that entertain and intrigue. The city's famous quality of life and rich variety of cultural offerings is apparent here at every turn, but so too is its darker side, whether it be the Viennese obsession with death and decay or the dramatic, tragic events of its twentieth-century history. In stories from the early to mid-nineteenth century in particular, the city stands for wine, women and song, for a laid-back - - perhaps somewhat lax?- - outlook on life that is invariably linked to its location as German culture's southernmost centre. In more recent tales, the theme of the good life and of Vienna's beauty continues, but there are very few authors who do not dwell on elements of darkness or melancholy. Indeed, from the mid-twentieth century onward, death itself seems to have become literature's preferred guide to the city. The collection concentrates on stories set at the city's margins. The tales are arranged geographically rather than chronologically, around and through the city from west to east and back again. We begin and end with Arthur Schnitzler and Joseph Roth, two authors already indelibly associated with Vienna, but represented here by little-known gems, translated for the first time. Other authors include stars of Vienna's nineteenth century feuilleton journalism - Heinrich Laube, Ferdinand Kürnberger, Adalbert Stifter - but also the most recent generation of Viennese writers, Doron Rabinovici, Eva Menasse, Dimitré Dinev, with tales as yet unknown in English.

Celtic Tales 7

I was there. The two men I came with were there with our three horses loaded
with all our goods. I got in my saddle, and we rode to the gate. We were part way
out of the gate when the lady came running out. I don't know how many soldiers ...

Author : Jill Whalen

Release : 2006-12-20

Publisher : iUniverse

ISBN : 0595868045

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Who doesn't long for a little adventure in his or her life? These short stories bring you in touch with Celtic people as they charge through life. Join the boy whose best weapon was a soup ladle. Find out where the name Mongol originated. Be in France during the French Revolution and in many other places and time periods. One thing Celts do not do is give up. Whatever the situation, whatever the time period, these people grab the nearest weapon and charge right into danger. It is in their blood. You might think you have outmaneuvered them today, and even tomorrow, but sooner or later they will get what they want out of life. Join them in their adventures; go back in time for a little while and connect with those who came before.

Tales of Two Forefathers

You'd be out there and you see the road waves it would be so hot and we had to
stay right out there and work. Yeah, shucks. But let me tell you the fun part. Out
there on the farm we had a bad storm come through one time: tornado had just ...

Author : Sanaa J. Talibah

Release : 2011-03-18

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 1456880918

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Tales of Two Forefathers is a call to the current generation to take interest and value in knowing the struggles endured by foremothers and forefathers in their family. The author takes you on a journey through a series of stories from two elders in her family. These elders share engaging fi rst hand experiences about life through their own eyes during an era of history plagued by racism and segregation.

Tales of Kentucky Ghosts

He got up and didn't have no clock, and he had to walk, so he thought he'd just
come on. And he had a pack of hounds followed him. He got out here pretty close
to this place we've been talking about tonight—Bray School House. And there is ...

Author : William Lynwood Montell

Release : 2010-09-29

Publisher : University Press of Kentucky

ISBN : 0813139481

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A good ghost story can make your hair stand on end, your palms sweat, and your heart race. The bone-chilling collection Tales of Kentucky Ghosts presents more than 250 stories that do just that. In his new book, William Lynwood Montell has assembled an entertaining and diverse array of tales from across the commonwealth that will keep you checking under the bed every night. The first-person accounts in this collection showcase folklore that Montell has drawn from archives, family stories, and oral traditions throughout Kentucky. The stories include that of the ghost bride of Laurel County, who appears each year on the anniversary of her wedding day; the tale of the murdered worker who haunts the Simpson County home of his killer and former employer; and the account of the lost mandolin that plays itself in a house in Graves County. These and many other chilling stories haunt the pages of Tales of Kentucky Ghosts. In the tradition of Montell's previous Kentucky ghost books ( Ghosts across Kentucky and Haunted Houses and Family Ghosts of Kentucky), Tales of Kentucky Ghosts brings together a variety of terrifying narratives that not only entertain and frighten but also serve as a unique record of Kentucky's rich heritage of storytelling.

Dark Tales & Twisted Memories

The police hadn't ruled out foul play, but when it came to light that her grades had
been falling behind, it was widely accepted as a suicide. There was a memorial
service in her honor. Her picture had been blown up into large portraits and the ...

Author : Seamus Coffey

Release : 2014-04-17

Publisher : Seamus Coffey

ISBN :

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This collection of short stories and flash fiction are written as first-hand accounts of odd, disturbing and frightening situations. Each story is a glimpse into the darker side of human thought and experience. Proceed with caution.

The Devil Delivered and Other Tales

The kitchen door swung open and a white-powdered figure stepped out and
screaked: “Didn't I tell you to do your fishin outside?” Clouds burst from her lips. “
Didn't I!?” “I ain't goin out there!” Dad belbowed. “There's dangerous beasts out
there ...

Author : Steven Erikson

Release : 2012-06-19

Publisher : Tor Books

ISBN : 1466803894

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Steven Erikson has carved a name for himself among the pantheon of great fantasy writers. But his masterful storytelling and prose style go beyond the awe-inspiring Malazan world. In The Devil Delivered and Other Tales, Erikson tells three different, but captivating stories: "The Devil Delivered" tells a story set within the near future, where the land owned by the great Lakota Nation blisters beneath an ozone hole the size of the Great Plains. As the natural world falls victim to its wrath, and scientists scramble to understand it, a lone anthropologist wanders the deadlands, recording observations that threaten to bring the entire world to its knees. "Revolvo" takes place in an alternate Earth where evolution took an interesting turn and the arts scene is ruled by technocrats who thrive in a secret, nepotistic society of granting agencies, bursaries, and peer-review boards, all designed to permit self-proclaimed artists to survive without an audience. "Fishin' with Grandma Matchie" is told in the voice a nine-year-old boy, writing the story of his summer vacation. What starts as a typical recount of a trip to see Grandma quickly becomes a stunning fantastical journey into imagination and perception in the wild world that Grandma Matchie inhabits. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Collected Sicilian Folk and Fairy Tales of Giuseppe Pitré

If you look at them close up, you can make out their original shapes before they
became stone, one of them being bigger, ... According to the ancient tales there
was an enormous amount of gold and silver coins there, and whoever found the ...

Author : Jack Zipes

Release : 2013-01-11

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1136094342

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This is volume 2 of a two-volume set that collects 300 of the most entertaining and important folk and fairy tales of Giuseppe Pitré, a nineteenth century Sicilian folklorist whose significance ranks alongside the Brothers Grimm. In stark contrast to the more literary ambitions of the Grimms' tales, Pitré’s possess a charming, earthy quality that reflect the customs, beliefs, and superstitions of the common people more clearly than any other European folklore collection of the 19th century. Edited, translated, and with a critical introduction by world-renowned folk and fairy tale experts Jack Zipes and Joseph Russo, this is the first collection of Pitré’s tales available in English. Carmelo Letterer's illustrations throughout the volume are as lively and vivid as the stories themselves, illuminating the remarkable imagination captured in the tales.

Cheshire Folk Tales

That said, you will see how Cheshire began as a mixed corner of the kingdom of
Mercia in my tales of Ethelfleda and Canute, ... But my hope is that this new
collection of tales inspires you to get out there and see the mythical sights for
yourself.

Author : Johnny Gillett

Release : 2011-11-30

Publisher : The History Press

ISBN : 0752478494

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These lively and entertaining folk tales from one of Britain's most ancient counties are vividly retold by local storyteller The Journey Man. Their origins lost in the oral tradition, these thirty stories from Cheshire reflect the wisdom (and eccentricities) of the county and its people. Cheshire has a rich and diverse collection of tales, from the stories of some of Britain’s most famous mythical heroes, to tales of demons, dragons, boggarts and sniddlebogs. These stories, illustrated with twenty-five line drawings, bring alive the landscape of the county’s rolling hills and fertile plains. The Journey Man is a professional storyteller who has been telling stories across the world for over twenty years.