5 edition of opal, and other stories found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gustav Meyrink ; selected and translated from the German and with introduction by Maurice Raraty.|
|LC Classifications||PT2625.E95 A27 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||93247430|
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Justin and Melinda lead with six opal stories from a field called Wyoming in Lightning Ridge. As you drive in to Wyoming opal field you are greeted by a horse and cart from the western era that signifies the fields history. Justin explains the layout of the land and the signifiers miners use to uncover potential patches of opal. OPALS in School Libraries. OPALS is an economical, sustainable, state-of-the-art solution for over a thousand school libraries around the world. Web-based OPALS is a 24/7 information source for students and teachers wherever they are.
Opal was also tied to the Black Plague, an affliction that struck in the middle of the 14th Century, ultimately eradicating more than a third of Europe’s population and much more in neighbouring the decimation of Europe by the Black Death, it was rumoured that an opal worn by a patient was aflame with colour right up to the. Buy The Opal and Other Stories (Dedalus European Classics) by Meyrink, Gustav, Mitchell, Mike (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 4.
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The Opal (and Other Stories) is a stellar collection of chiefly Victorian Gothic tales, many of which feature an absurd or satirical twist at the end. The twists often direct a stab of mockery at the likes of academics, government officials, military officers, and clergy members (or their wives, in /5.
Meyrink's prose in the Opal is stark and simple. The stories are exceedingly short. Perhaps because of this, they are all the more horrifying. Each one haunts you with its simplistic reality, as if it not only could happen but already has.5/5(4).
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Opal, a and other stories book of related short stories set in s rural Mississippi, introduces you to Opal Pratt, a plain, reclusive spinster who’s not afraid of people; she just avoids their intrusions into her quiet life.
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Opal opens up to Winn-Dixie in the beginning of this story. Why do you think it's sometimes easier to talk to or be friends with a pet than with people. Opal makes a lot of quick judgments about some of the characters in the book, such as the Dewberry brothers, Otis, and Amanda Wilkinson.
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The Story of Opal is about a little girl who lived at the turn of the 20th century in a lumber camp in Oregon. She was a prodigy who kept a diary from the age of 5 until she was Opal had a surprising and charming way in which she looked at the world.
How do Opal and Winn-Dixie's stories parallel each other. How do they differ. Opal and Winn-Dixie are both motherless and looking for friends. Both struggle with being left behind. Both are kind and affectionate. When they are invited into places, Opal must go.
Based on facts, this collection of Australian stories revolves around frontier life on the opal fields at the turn of th. Based on facts, this collection of Australian stories revolves around frontier life on the opal fields at the turn of the of the century (19thC to 20thC).
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