In this true and historical story, the colonization of the New World - which was filled with danger, sacrifice, adventure, and drama - serves as the backdrop for the legendary Indian princess' compassionate acts of bravery and personal risk.
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In the year 2005, Sarah finds herself drawn into the tumultuous lives of her unconventional ancestors. She calls to memory her great-grandmother Sarah, propelled by a Russian pogrom to America in 1906; her grandmother Salome, who cavorted with Henry Miller in pre-war Paris; and finally her mother, Sally, a famous folk singer and emblem of the 1960s. Through the paradoxical nature of memory, Sarah comes to understand and impart her own story.
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> The Wonderful O tells of a man named Black who despised the letter "O". He deleted it from his language and omitted it from his words. Opals, moonstones, owls and oaks could not possibly be his items of choice. He preferred emeralds, rubies, sapphires and maps. At least they had no "O". Soon he wanted his entire village to omit the letter "O". But the villagers found words they would not do without HOPE, LOVE, VALOR, and the most important one of all.
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Emily Dickinson was born into a prominent New England family. Sociable as a child, she grew increasingly withdrawn. Only seven poems were published during her lifetime. Just after her death in 1886, her sister discovered 1,775 poems bound in small packets; 50 of the most penetrating and insightful of those poems are collected here. Listeners will find them perfect for meditation, relaxation, or simply for the sheer pleasure of listening to what has become known as some of the best English language poetry every written.
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The story of Pocahontas, the young daughter of Chief Powhatan, is one that has captured the imagination of children and adults for over 400 years. Responsible for saving the life of the adventurous Captain John Smith, Pocahontas also saved Jamestown colonists from starvation and saved them from being massacred by her father's warriors. To this day, no one really knows what motivated the unselfish deeds of Pocahontas. What we do know is that without her, American history would not be same.
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Ever miss a prime opportunity for a snappy comeback or a perfect putdown? We all have, kicking ourselves later when we think of what we could have said. The well-aimed insult was never in better shape than when Shakespeare mastered the art of defining dramatic conflict with rapier wit rather than swordplay.
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Recollections of childhood celebrations are brought together here, from the Yiddish translation of "A Visit from St Nicholas" to a mother reminiscing about her childhood Hannukah celebrations - or as her Gentile friends call it, "Jewish Christmas".
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Famed singer-songwriter Melissa Manchester stars in her new musical about romance and longing in small-town America in the 1950s. Based on the novel by Bernice Rubens, with music by Melissa Manchester, book by Jeffrey Sweet, and lyrics by Jeffrey Sweet and Melissa Manchester.
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A collection of stories featuring animals includes works by such authors as Beatrix Potter, the Brothers Grimm, and Hans Christian Andersen. Complete narrative cast includes Terry Bradshaw, Carol Channing, Harvey Fierstein, Elliott Gould, Melissa Manchester, Eleanor Mondale, Jason Priestley, and Jean Stapleton.
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In high school, Tess and Jamie had something special going: the football star with the great voice was also an orphan, and he built his hopes and dreams around the girl he loved. But Tess' Father believed she was meant for greater things, and so, against her will, Tess left Jamie behind. Now, 10 years later, at the height of her success as a celebrity journalist in New York City, Tess walks around with a shell encircling her heart.
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