The Road Taken
This is a largely autobiographical collection of poems, from the hand of a former missionary finding his way in India and later working in a range of ministries from Kent to Manchester. They speak of encounters with those of other faiths, and of certainties over Christ's sufferings and death. They touch on the ageing process and the hope of future resurrection.
[ Roads Taken: The Great Jewish Migrations to the New World and the Peddlers Who Forged the Way By ( Author ) Jan-2015 Hardcover
Ann Garratt's story begins at a critical time in her life, with the murder of a fellow worker by a colleague whom she recruited. The feelings of guilt and later the prospect of losing her senior job in the NHS conspire to create a perfect storm in her world and Ann is left suffering from a serious mental health problem. In an effort to understand the cause of her illness, Ann journeyed back through her childhood reflecting on her Irish roots and how emigration may have impacted on her ability to deal with stress.
Roads Not Taken In "Roads Not Taken, " Earl J. Wilcox and Jonathan N. Barron bring a new freshness and depth to the study of one of America's greatest poets. While some critics discounted Frost as a poet without technical skill, rhetorical complexity, or intellectual depth, over the past decade scholars have begun to view Robert Frost's work from many new perspectives.
From the Nephin Beg range to Achill and the Ceide Fields, this study travels through the gentle and rich landscape of Mayo. Author Michael Mullen shares his wide-ranging knowledge of the county in order to give travelers an understanding of Mayo's rich history and varied landscapes while he guides them along its roads and through its historical and literary heritage.