Hinter dem Caf das Meer

Author: Phillipa Ashley
Publisher: Dumont Buchverlag
ISBN: 3832189416
Format: PDF, ePub
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Türkisblaues Wasser, raue Steilküsten, kilometerlange Sandstrände – der Sommer in St Trenyan/Cornwall hat einiges zu bieten. Leider ist Demi viel zu beschäftigt, um ihn zu genießen. Sie arbeitet als Kellnerin in einem kleinen Strandcafé, um sich und ihren Hund Mitch über die Runden zu bringen. Dann verliert sie ihren Job – und trifft Cal. Er hat ein Anwesen in der Nähe einer idyllischen Bucht geerbt. Das alte, baufällige Haus und das vernachlässigte Gelände will er in eine Ferienanlage umwandeln, und er braucht dringend Unterstützung. Auf einmal hat Demi wieder Arbeit. Und während sie gärtnert, Wände verputzt und Dachziegel anbringt, träumt sie von ihrem eigenen kleinen Café. Aber auch ihr neuer Chef beschäftigt sie – obwohl der es ihr nicht gerade leicht macht. Trotzdem fühlt sie sich zu ihm hingezogen. Wenn nur Cals Exfreundin nicht wäre, für die er noch Gefühle zu hegen scheint. Als Cal erkennt, was Demi ihm bedeutet, ist es fast zu spät ... Die Reihe um das Café am Meer: Band 1: Hinter dem Café das Meer Band 2: Weihnachten im Café am Meer Band 3: Hochzeit im Café am Meer (erscheint im Juni 2018)

Bright Stars

Author: Richard Marggraf Turley
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
ISBN: 1846318130
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If we could ask a Romantic reader of new poetry in 1820 to identify the most celebrated poet of the day after Byron, the chances are that he or she would reply with the name of ‘Barry Cornwall’. Solicitor, dandy and pugilist, Cornwall – pseudonym of Bryan Waller Procter (1787-1874) – published his first poems in the Literary Gazette in late 1817. By February 1820, under the tutelage of Keats’s mentor, Leigh Hunt, Cornwall had produced three volumes of verse. Marcian Colonna sold 700 copies in a single morning, a figure exceeding Keats’s lifetime sales. Hazlitt’s suppressed anthology, Select British Poets (1824), allocated Cornwall nine pages – the same number as Keats, and more than Southey, Lamb or Shelley; Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine pronounced Cornwall a poet of ‘originality and genius’; and in 1821, Gold’s London Magazine announced that in terms of ‘tenderness and delicacy’ even Percy Shelley was ‘surpassed very far indeed by Barry Cornwall’. It is difficult to square Cornwall’s early nineteenth-century popularity with his subsequent neglect. In Bright Stars Richard Marggraf Turley concentrates on Cornwall’s phenomenonal success between 1817 and 1823, emphatically returning an important and unjustly neglected Romantic author to critical focus. Marggraf Turley explores Cornwall’s rivalry – and at various junctures, political camaraderie – with fellow Hunt protégé Keats, whose career exists in a fascinatingly mirrored relationship with his own trajectory into celebrity. The book argues that Cornwall helped to structure Keats’s experience as a poet but also explores the central question of how Cornwall’s racy and politically subversive poetry managed to establish a broad readership where Keats’s similarly indecorous publications met with review hostility and readerly indifference.

Smuggler s Moon

Author: Cynthia Wright
Publisher: Boxwood Manor Books
ISBN: 0989091961
Format: PDF, Docs
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A marriage begun in deception... Feisty Julia Faircloth is used to managing the lives of her eccentric relatives, so when darkly dangerous Lord Sebastian Trevarre arrives in Bath and proposes to her shy sister Sarah, she switches places with the bride to save her from a shockingly carnal wedding night. Against his better judgment, Sebastian consummates a marriage to the most provoking, appealing woman he's ever known, and then is forced to live with her in his neglected yet enchanting estate on the coast of Cornwall. Life there is turbulent, not least because Sebastian keeps many secrets. Will his reckless pursuits succeed in restoring his fortune...or cost him the lady who holds his heart? Step back in time to magical 1798 Cornwall, England, with Julia and Sebastian - and reunite with Andre and Devon Raveneau, as Andre discovers that his life and Sebastian's are inextricably linked. Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family series: 1 - SILVER STORM (André & Devon) 2 - SMUGGLER'S MOON (Sebastian & Julia) 3 - THE SECRET OF LOVE (Gabriel & Isabella) 4 - SURRENDER THE STARS (Ryan & Lindsay) ~ coming in August, 2017 ~ HIS MAKE-BELIEVE BRIDE (Justin & Mouette) 5 - HIS RECKLESS BARGAIN (Nathan & Adrienne) 6 - TEMPEST (Adam & Cathy) Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family intertwines with Rakes & Rebels: The Beauvisage Family series: 1 - HEART OF FRAGILE STARS: a prequel novella to CAROLINE (Jean-Philippe & Antonia) 2 - CAROLINE (Alec & Caro) 3 - TOUCH THE SUN (Lion & Meagan) 4 - SPRING FIRES (Nicholai & Lisette) 5 - HER DANGEROUS VISCOUNT (Grey & Natalya)

Kit s Woman

Author: Havelock Ellis
Publisher: Ramage Press
ISBN: 1408676052
Format: PDF
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: ...earth. r' = radius of moon, or other body. P = moon's horizontal parallax = earth's angular semidiameter as seen from the moon. f = moon's angular semidiameter. Now = P (in circular measure), r'-r = r (in circular measure);.'. r: r':: P: P', or (radius of earth): (radios of moon):: (moon's parallax): (moon's semidiameter). Examples. 1. Taking the moon's horizontal parallax as 57', and its angular diameter as 32', find its radius in miles, assuming the earth's radius to be 4000 miles. Here moon's semidiameter = 16';.-. 4000::: 57': 16';.-. r = 400 16 = 1123 miles. 2. The sun's horizontal parallax being 8"8, and his angular diameter 32V find his diameter in miles. ' Am. 872,727 miles. 3. The synodic period of Venus being 584 days, find the angle gained in each minute of time on the earth round the sun as centre. Am. l"-54 per minute. 4. Find the angular velocity with which Venus crosses the sun's disc, assuming the distances of Venus and the earth from the sun are as 7 to 10, as given by Bode's Law. Since (fig. 50) S V: VA:: 7: 3. But Srhas a relative angular velocity round the sun of l"-54 per minute (see Example 3); therefore, the relative angular velocity of A V round A is greater than this in the ratio of 7: 3, which gives an approximate result of 3"-6 per minute, the true rate being about 4" per minute. Annual ParaUax. 95. We have already seen that no displacement of the observer due to a change of position on the earth's surface could apparently affect the direction of a fixed star. However, as the earth in its annual motion describes an orbit of about 92 million miles radius round the sun, the different positions in space from which an observer views the fixed stars from time to time throughout the year must be separated ...