3 edition of The lovely Quaker found in the catalog.
The lovely Quaker
|Statement||by John Lindsey [pseud.]|
|LC Classifications||DA506.L5 M8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x p., 2 l., -322 p.|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||40000652|
When Liz Hoole, a free-spirited liberal from the Midwest, marries into a conservative Quaker family, she knows that raising children in compliance with Quaker values will be challenging. Twenty-five years later, she still feels like shes falling short of expectations. Fortunately, her. A chapbook is a small publication of up to about 40 pages, sometimes bound with a saddle stitch.. In early modern Europe a chapbook was a type of printed street ed cheaply, chapbooks were commonly small, paper-covered booklets, usually printed on a single sheet folded into books of 8, 12, 16 and 24 were often illustrated with crude woodcuts, which sometimes bore no.
Also in the manner of Friends is the use of queries. When Quaker ministry finds words (and this slim book is a lovely ministry), queries are often also present; they appear within the text from chapter 2 on. Queries also appear in a short section at the end. The Third Haven Friends Meeting House: Lovely Quaker building - See 21 traveler reviews, 11 candid photos, and great deals for Easton, MD, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews.
Clarissa sewed a Quaker frock, fichu and cap for Hitty and said "Now she looks like a true Friend". In the book, the Quaker poet John Greenleaf Whittier visited the Pryce family and met Hitty. He was pleased Hitty was in Quaker dress and he wrote a poem about Hitty that appears in Rachel Field's book "Hitty, Her First Hundred Years". She delighted in helping her guests to relax, showing them lovely books or pictures, serving meals daintily. It seemed a joy to her to live for others, and she regularly visited the lonely, the elderly and the sick. Though the field of Quaker concern has stretched across the world, we have had for the most part to stay at home, naming but.
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The murderer is nicknamed "The Quaker" as he was heard to spout biblical passages, largely to do with unclean women. Without inserting spoilers, this novel won the best Scottish crime novel when it was published in the U.K. and there is a reason for it.
The characters are complex, the plot is thick and the writing is first rate/5(). Shelves: crime-fiction, historical-fiction, netgalley, mystery, thriller McIlvanney draws on the true crime history of Bible John in his creation of The Quaker, a bible quoting serial killer roaming the streets of Glasgow in He has killed three women feeding the climate of fear and horror infesting the city/5().
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Lovely Quaker. London, Rich & Cowan  (OCoLC) Named Person: Hannah Lightfoot; George, King of Great Britain; George, King of Great Britain; Hannah Lightfoot: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Lindsey. Available now at - Hardcover - RICH & COWAN, Ltd., * * * * * - - Book Condition: Good - 1st Edition - B00K: Good/ $ the LOVELY QUAKER LINDSEY John RICH & COWAN, Ltd.
1sT Edition H/c Brown Colored Cloth Spine, With Title In Fading Gold Letters, Hard Cover B00K: Good/, Shelf, Edge And Corner Wear. Numbered Pages, Printed On Off-White Paper, Browning.
Initially attracted by the lovely cosy cover (!), I "sort of" enjoyed the novel, in a way, although it was a little slow in places. However, the reflective pace was in keeping with the Quaker background and I found it a peaceful and graceful read for the first part/5().
"Atmospheric and arresting, The Quaker reveals s Glasgow in all its lurid shades." --Val McDermid, bestselling author of the Dr. Tony Hill series "This is a terrific novel, dark, powerful, and beautifully written.
I finished it a while ago, but I'm still haunted by the characters and the place."Reviews: Seven years in Quaker school only reinforced my peacenik tendencies: the lovely Quaker belief that everyone is imbued with divine Inner Light (think spiritual Ready Brek) meant that.
In the s and s Mr. Brimley was a television fixture as a spokesman for Quaker Oats, gruffly telling viewers to eat the cereal because “it’s the right thing to do,” and Liberty. The Quaker Centre Bookshop Friends House Euston Road London NW1 2BJ Tel: / Fax (please address clearly FAO Quaker Centre) Email: [email protected] Information.
Delivery information, refunds and discounts. eBook help. SOR book. A Book of Discipline may refer to one of the various books issued by a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that Yearly common name for this book varies from one Yearly Meeting to another and includes Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice, Christian Faith and Practice, Quaker Faith and Practice, Church Government and.
Liam McIlvanney’s page “The Quaker” has won a number of awards, and was a very good read for me even though it’s been a bit over-hyped. It does have its blemishes. I’d rate it a 4 ½ - it has a good plot, an interesting lead character, Duncan McCormack, a Glasgow police detective, good prose/5(6).
Quaker Santa's Hat # Our Price: $ Quaker Santa's Hat is a lovely cross stitch pattern for your Christmas decor. If you like this, More Info. Author Mary Rose O'Reilley is decidedly eclectic. She confidently blends sheep tending with her Quaker background as well as her passion for Mahayana Buddhism (a form of Buddhism taught by Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh).
This may sound like the recipe for a soup of spiritual mush, but nothing could be further from the s: - Explore Vonna Pfeiffer's board "Quaker Samplers", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Samplers, Cross stitch, Antique samplers pins. She is available to speak to church groups or book clubs. You can e-mail her at [email protected] Luetke wrote an article for Friends Journal inwhen she was just beginning her research: “Young Adult Quaker Ministers: Mary Fisher and Elizabeth Fletcher.” One of the great things about historical fiction is the people you meet.
There is a Quaker grandfather in the wonderful book Heart of a Shepherd by Roseanne Parry. The main character, Brother, has a father in Iraq and a Quaker grandfather on the farm, and he’s loved by them both and it’s just beautiful.
The book offers a simple, clear explanation of the spiritual journey that is suitable not only for Quakers, but for all Christians, and for seekers wanting to better understand our spiritual experience and the fullness of God's call to us. The book would make an excellent focus for study groups.
"This book is a collection of the sayings of Friends (ranging from Margaret Fell and Isaac Penington to Jan Hoffman and Patricia Loring) which speak to every aspect of living a spiritually centered and simple life.
topics explored include work, plain speech, money and resources, committed relationships, grief, fear, leadings, community, practicing non-violence, spirit-led service and inward simplicity. Quaker Foods has said, “We recognize Aunt Jemima’s origins are based on a racial stereotype.
While work has been done over the years to update. Holy Silence: The Gift of Quaker Spirituality by J. Brent Bill Paraclete Press, review by Kim Jocelyn Dickson. The title, Holy Silence, and the book’s striking cover—a beautiful and simple black and white paper-cut of a pastoral farm scene—enticed me right away.
As one who has long embraced silence, not necessarily as a spiritual discipline, but as an emotional survival tool. Is Quaker the new Amish in fiction?
I think that would be lovely! I recently participated on a panel at a writer’s conference where the question what do you think is the next hot genre in historical fiction?
was asked. Having read Suzanne Woods Fisher’s Phoebe’s Light, the first book in her exciting Nantucket Legacy series, I suggested just that – perhaps Quaker would be the next Amish!It was lovely to be invited to visit them.
I hope to see many of them again at Quaker Arts Network events in future - maybe in Worthing on 18th April with other QAN members, for some singing and/or exploring of how the arts might contribute to the next revision of the Quaker Book of Discipline.