Remembering My Croatian EasterRemembering My Croatian Easter

Stephanie Vuljanic-Lemke, an immigrant to the United States from a village in one of the poorest districts of Croatia fondly remembers the traditional Easter customs of her beloved homeland.

Author: Stephanie Vuljanic-Lemke

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 144867929X


Page: 54

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Stephanie Vuljanic-Lemke, an immigrant to the United States from a village in one of the poorest districts of Croatia fondly remembers the traditional Easter customs of her beloved homeland. Using her words, 14 folk paintings, 10 recipes and illustrated step-by-step instructions in the handicraft of making pisanica, the unique embroidered Easter eggs of her home district, Stephanie brings to life and allows you to participate in the Croatian Easter customs of her girlhood days in the 1950s.

Scrapbook of My Years as a Zealot Large Print 16pt Scrapbook of My Years as a Zealot Large Print 16pt

*>l<>l< On Easter Sunday, the Croatian priest gives his sermon from Amos: “I hate, I scorn your festivals. ... Father would frown ancl nod, ir— ritated at the interruption, and pretend that he did remember, knew what the hell I was ...

Author: Nicole Markotic


ISBN: 9781458778550


Page: 384

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In boomtown Western Canada, a quirky young woman grows up amid a family dynamic that leaves her feeling misunderstood and left out. She's a child of immigrants from war-torn Germany and Croatia, parents who cling to vestiges of a traumatic past th...

Early ChristianityEarly Christianity

My mother was illiterate, but she remembered all the prayers from the old days, and taught me them' (Colin Thubron, In Siberia, ... The realities of such trends were brought home to me when I visited Split in Croatia at Easter 2000.

Author: Mark Humphries

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan




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Examining sources and case studies, this fascinating book explores early Christianity, how it was studied, how it is studied now, andhow Judaeo-Christian values came to form the ideological bedrock of modern western culture.Also including a comprehensive guide for students that lists major collections of literary and non-literary sources, the chief journalsand series, and important textbooks, Early Christianity is an excellent aid to the study of Christianity in history.

Easter Bonnet MurderEaster Bonnet Murder

“That's my Peter, he's the genius. ... Did he have a background in that in Croatia?” “No. ... She'd been raised to respect the elderly; she remembered long Sunday afternoons when her aged great-aunt Etta visited.

Author: Leslie Meier

Publisher: Kensington Cozies

ISBN: 9781496733757


Page: 304

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Part-time reporter Lucy Stone isn’t about to put all her eggs in one basket during a frantic Easter in Tinker’s Cove—especially when it comes to cracking a deadly mystery . . . Known for its cheerful staff and elaborate annual Easter Bonnet Contest, the Heritage House senior center regularly attracts new residents and positive press. But once the town’s retired librarian, Miss Julia Tilley, checks in to recover from an illness, Lucy sees a side of the facility that isn’t quite so perfect and pristine. And the place may soon be making headlines for different reasons following an unexplained disappearance . . . Lucy can’t fathom how Agnes Neal could go missing from assisted living over a silly Easter bonnet contest, or why few seem concerned as signs point to foul play. A retired journalist with an independent mind, Agnes had an eye for details and little interest in conforming to catty cliques or rules set by her caretakers—traits that threatened some and angered others . . . While police stall the investigation without answers, Lucy realizes backstabbing has no age limit when alarming parallels bloom between her daughter’s college frenemies and social circles at Heritage House. Gathering clues as flimsy as a half-eaten milk chocolate bunny, Lucy must discover what happened to Agnes—before her own story becomes another springtime tragedy left unsolved.

Caf EuropaCaf Europa

press in Croatia. The way my friend sees it, his identity is not defined by changing his nationality from one to another, or again to a third, ... I remember my excitement when I sawthe empty, abandoned crossing point near Villach ...

Author: Slavenka Drakulic

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781405525022


Page: 224

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Europe is still a divided continent. In the place of a fallen Berlin wall, there is a chasm between the East and the West. Are these differences a communist legacy, or do they run even deeper? What divides us today? To say simply that it is the understanding of the past, or a different concept of time, is not enough. But a visitor to this part of the world will soon discover that we, the Eastern Europeans, live in another time zone. We live in the twentieth century, but at the same time we inhabit a past full of myths and fairy tales, of blood and national belonging, and the fact that most people are lying and cheating or that they have the habit of blaming others for every failure...' An intimate tour of life on the streets of Budapest, Tirana, Warsaw and Zagreb, as those cities continue to acclimatise to the post-Communist thaw, Café Europa does not provide easy solutions or furnish political pallatives. Rather as a Croatian with a viewpoint of ever-widening relevance, the value of Slavenka Drakulic's wry and humane observations lie in the emotional force of their honesty and the clarity of their insight.....

Dante in LoveDante in Love

When he went to Rome at Easter 1300, we remember, he saw a Croatian pilgrim clearly thinking to himself, 'O Jesus Christ, my Lord, the One true God, is this what your face truly looked like then?' [Par. XXXI.107–8, Musa].

Author: A. N. Wilson

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 9781429969307


Page: 400

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For William Butler Yeats, Dante Alighieri was "the chief imagination of Christendom." For T. S. Eliot, he was of supreme importance, both as poet and philosopher. Coleridge championed his introduction to an English readership. Tennyson based his poem "Ulysses" on lines from the Inferno. Byron chastised an "Ungrateful Florence" for exiling Dante. The Divine Comedy resonates across five hundred years of our literary canon. In Dante in Love, A. N. Wilson presents a glittering study of an artist and his world, arguing that without an understanding of medieval Florence, it is impossible to grasp the meaning of Dante's great poem. He explains how the Italian states were at that time locked into violent feuds, mirrored in the ferocious competition between the Holy Roman Empire and the Papacy. He shows how Dante's preoccupations with classical mythology, numerology, and the great Christian philosophers inform every line of the Comedy. Dante in Love also explores the enigma of the man who never wrote about the mother of his children, yet immortalized the mysterious Beatrice whom he barely knew. With a biographer's eye for detail and a novelist's comprehension of the creative process, A. N. Wilson paints a masterful portrait of Dante Alighieri and unlocks one of the seminal works of literature for a new generation of readers.

Studies in Symbolic InteractionStudies in Symbolic Interaction

(Puzar, 2010) Still, as far as I can recall, it was not Rijeka/Fiume that offered my first transgressive ... as it can be: regular and carefully prepared Easter visits to the site of Sveti Krizˇ (Croatian for ''Holy Cross,'' i.e., ...

Author: Norman K. Denzin

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9780857243621


Page: 376

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This vibrant volume is a creative mix of contributions, including seminal essays and interpretive works, from researchers and writers in the area of popular music and major players in the bright future of symbolic interaction. Genres discussed range from country, jazz and the virtuoso to latino, grindcore and extreme metal.