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Author : Rysa Walker
ISBN : 1477848150
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When a murder in the past destroys the foundation of her present-day life, Kate uses her genetic ability to time-travel to stop the murder and attempt to change the timeline--which may erase the memory of the boy she loves.

Time Bound Poems

Author : Kurt Brown
ISBN : 0981675271
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry. "In TIME-BOUND, Kurt Brown engages with the world he inhabits, questioning it, taking nothing for granted, prizing a broad and deep knowledge of it, both past and present, local and cosmic. The condition indicated by the book's title is one the poet does not accept resignedly but challenges by means of his art; confronting history's long amnesia, he would reclaim much of what has been lost—people, events, places, whole epochs—and serving him in this reclamation project are two weapons in particular: his appetitive intellect, never satisfied with easy answers, and his impressive command of language, which allows him a wide range of modes from the virtuosic to the plain-spoken. TIME-BOUND offers poetry for grown-ups, who face unblinkingly the world as it is and do so with existential courage."—Philip Dacey


Author : Rysa Walker
ISBN : 0988351110
Genre : Fiction
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2013 Winner — Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award — Young Adult Fiction and Grand Prize Winner When Kate Pierce-Keller’s grandmother gives her a strange blue medallion and speaks of time travel, sixteen-year-old Kate assumes the old woman is delusional. But it all becomes horrifyingly real when a murder in the past destroys the foundation of Kate’s present-day life. Suddenly, that medallion is the only thing protecting Kate from blinking out of existence. Kate learns that the 1893 killing is part of something much more sinister, and Kate’s genetic ability to time-travel makes her the only one who can stop him. Risking everything, she travels to the Chicago World’s Fair to try to prevent the killing and the chain of events that follows. Changing the timeline comes with a personal cost, however—if Kate succeeds, the boy she loves will have no memory of her existence. And regardless of her motives, does she have the right to manipulate the fate of the entire world?

Automatic Time Bound Analysis For High Level Languages

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This Time Bound Ladder

Author : Peter R. Baelz
ISBN : 0906165024
Genre : Experience (Religion)
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Time Bound Words

Author : P. Knapp
ISBN : 9780230287723
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Time-Bound Words argues that changes in English society and the English language are woven together, often in surprising ways, and investigates this claim by following eleven words from Chaucer's time to Shakespeare's. Middle English words like corage, estat, thrift , and virtù come to serve the logic of new social discourses by 1611. Language from Chaucer, Wyclif, More, Spenser, Shakespeare, Jonson and others is examined both as current and emerging usage, and as verbal play that accomplishes cultural work.

Gender And Timebound Commandments In Judaism

Author : Elizabeth Shanks Alexander
ISBN : 9781107067899
Genre : Religion
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The rule that exempts women from rituals that need to be performed at specific times (so-called timebound, positive commandments) has served for centuries to stabilize Jewish gender. It has provided a rationale for women's centrality at home and their absence from the synagogue. Departing from dominant popular and scholarly views, Elizabeth Shanks Alexander argues that the rule was not conceived to structure women's religious lives, but rather became a tool for social engineering only after it underwent shifts in meaning during its transmission. Alexander narrates the rule's complicated history, establishing the purposes for which it was initially formulated and the shifts in interpretation that led to its being perceived as a key marker of Jewish gender. At the end of her study, Alexander points to women's exemption from particular rituals (Shema, tefillin and Torah study), which, she argues, are better places to look for insight into rabbinic gender.

Timebound By Rysa Walker

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ISBN : 1494784262
Genre : Fiction
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WARNING: This is not the actual book Timebound by Rysa Walker. Do not buy this Analysis if you are looking for a full copy of this great book.This analysis of Rysa Walker's Timebound takes you through the story chapter by chapter and encourages you to question the implications of changing timelines, gender equality, and the various roles of society. Embark on the action-filled journey as you read the first installment of "The CHRONOS Chronicles."First-time novelist Rysa Walker uniquely combines the genres of science fiction and romance to create this bestseller, aptly named Timebound. Kate Keller is a busy 16-year-old who learns of a genetic trait she inherited from her grandmother. The ability to time travel is nestled within her DNA, and Kate must quickly master this skill to save her grandmother from temporal distortions. Filled with romance, historic events, and futuristic technology, Timebound offers a thrilling read for young adults and fans of the genre. Through character interactions and well-written dialogue in Timebound, Walker conveys the story of Kate Keller as she uncovers family secrets and fights for her own moral convictions. Readers are familiar with the present-day setting and revisit the American Civil War era while questioning the ethics of time travel. While pursuing her mission to save her grandmother, Kate even finds time for romance with multiple love interests.

Kiss Today Goodbye And Point Me Toward Tomorrow

Author : Bryan M. Vandevender
ISBN : OCLC:907411211
Genre : Electronic dissertations
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As musical theatre scholars Stacy Wolf, Sheldon Patinkin, and John Bush Jones have argued, American musicals are among our country's most valuable social documents as they depict the dominant discourses and reigning values of the cultural moment from which they first emerged through song, dance, and story. Consequently, all works are innately tied to the era that produced them. Some musicals, however, feature ties to the past are stronger and markedly more visible than others. When the vestiges of the past are so numerous that a given musical says more about the prevailing paradigms of art and thought at a specific moment in American history than it does about the universality of the human condition, then the work might be identified as time-bound. A musical's propensity for time-boundedness is perhaps never more evident than when it is revived years after its original production. When the era that occasioned the piece has passed and the attitudes that it first espoused have changed, a musical that was once fresh and timely can appear quaint, absurd, impolitic, or even myopic to a contemporary audience. Moreover, if the forms of song and dance first employed by that musical are outmoded, and not altered or updated in some way, then the work may read aesthetically as well as socially obsolete. This study offers a systematic investigation of the ways in which theatre artists--directors, designers, composers, librettists, and choreographers--have approached the task of reviving significantly time-bound musicals on Broadway. Through an examination of three representative case studies--Hair (1968), Company (1970), and A Chorus Line (1975)--this project identifies the various ways in which the musicals are anchored to their original era, how those bonds have been negotiated in revivals, and to what effect.

The Nature Of God

Author : Gerard J. Hughes
ISBN : 0415109507
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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