Nile Style

Egyptian Cuisine and Culture : Ancient Festivals, Significant Ceremonies, and Modern Celebrations
Author: Amy Riolo
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
ISBN: 9780781812214
Category: Cooking
Page: 220
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From classics like Fava Bean Puree, Yogurt with Honey, and Egyptian Whole-Wheat Pita Bread, to tempting Lamb-Filled Phyllo Triangles and Peanut, Coconut, and Raisin Baklava, Nile Style spans the range of the Egyptian kitchen with recipes that will appeal to every palate! Includes 23 full menus showcasing, 150 easy-to-follow recipes and much more.

Nile Style

Egyptian Cuisine and Culture
Author: Amy Riolo
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
ISBN: 9780781813075
Category: Cooking
Page: 242
View: 1958

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Now available in an expanded paperback edition, Nile Style is the first cookbook devoted to the multi-ethnic and multi-religious history of the Egyptian table. Twenty-five unique menus celebrate occasions such as the Ancient Nile Festival, Ramadan Breakfast, and Passover. Each menu includes a historical and anecdotal introduction along with the recipes. Includes more than 150 easy-to-follow recipes, plus Egyptian Food History Timelines, glossary of Egyptian ingredients, "Where to Buy" and "Where to Dine in Egypt" guides, and a 16-page color photo insert.

Monster High Diaries: Cleo De Nile and the Creeperific Mummy Makeover


Author: Nessi Monstrata
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0316266337
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 160
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The fifth chapter book in the popular Monster High Diaries series, featuring Cleo De Nile! Dear Diary, Oh my Ra! My mom is coming home! She's been trapped in a tomb this whole time! I hope the tomb was filled with creeperific gems and creepy-cool artifacts. Otherwise I can't imagine how my poor mom coped. I am going to throw the most awesome welcome-back party for her. I know this might be hard to believe, but I'm a little worried about whether the party will be glamorous enough for her. Oh, what am I saying? OF COURSE it will be! I'm just the ghoul for the job! Royally yours, Cleo © 2016 Mattel. All Rights Reserved.

Red Nile

A Biography of the World's Greatest River
Author: Robert Twigger
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250052335
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 480
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A history of the Nile River highlights the societies throughout the centuries that have used the river for agriculture, travel, and military purposes.

The Twelve Rooms of the Nile


Author: Enid Shomer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857207806
Category: Fiction
Page: 400
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A captivating debut that imagines a passionate friendship between Florence Nightingale and Gustave Flaubert when they were exploring the Nile in 1849. Before she became the nineteenth-century's heroine, before he had written a word of Madame Bovary, Florence Nightingale and Gustave Flaubert traveled up the Nile at the same time. In reality, they never met. But in The Twelve Rooms of the Nile, they ignite a friendship marked by intelligence, humour, and a ravishing tenderness that will alter both their destinies. On the surface, Nightingale and Flaubert have little in common. She is a woman with radical ideas about society and God, naive in the ways of men. He is a notorious womanizer, involved with innumerable prostitutes. But both are at painful crossroads in their lives and burn with unfulfilled ambition. In Shomer's deft hands, the two unlikely soulmates come together to share their darkest torments and fervent hopes. Brimming with adventure and the sparkling sensibilities of the two travellers, this mesmerizing debut novel offers a luminous combination of gorgeous prose and wild imagination, all of it coloured by the opulent tapestry of mid-nineteenth century Egypt. 'A tour de force of twenty-first century storytelling' Gillian Gill, author of Nightingales 'Immensely satisfying ... deftly imagined' Susanna Moore, author ofThe Big Girls 'The Twelve Rooms of the Nilepromises ... heat and mud aplenty in an atmospheric imagining of the friendship that grew between Florence Nightingale and Gustave Flaubert on their 1849 Nile journey' - Sunday Telegraph

What life was like on the banks of the Nile

Egypt, 3050-30 BC
Author: Time-Life Books
Publisher: Time Life Education
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 192
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Provides an overview of three-thousand years of Egyptian history, from its first dynasty in 3050 B.C. to its Roman occupation in 30 B.C.

Down the Nile

Alone in a Fisherman's Skiff
Author: Rosemary Mahoney
Publisher: Little, Brown
ISBN: 0316007323
Category: Travel
Page: 304
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Rosemary Mahoney was determined to take a solo trip down the Egyptian Nile in a small boat, even though civil unrest and vexing local traditions conspired to create obstacles every step of the way. Starting off in the south, she gained the unlikely sympathy and respect of a Muslim sailor, who provided her with both a seven-foot skiff and a window into the culturally and materially impoverished lives of rural Egyptians. Egyptian women don't row on the Nile, and tourists aren't allowed to for safety's sake. Mahoney endures extreme heat during the day, and a terror of crocodiles while alone in her boat at night. Whether she's confronting deeply held beliefs about non-Muslim women, finding connections to past chroniclers of the Nile, or coming to the dramaticm realization that fear can engender unwarranted violence, Rosemary Mahoney's informed curiosity about the world, her glorious prose, and her wit never fail to captivate.

Our Lady of the Nile

A Novel
Author: Scholastique Mukasonga
Publisher: Archipelago
ISBN: 0914671049
Category: Fiction
Page: 240
View: 553

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For her most recent work and first novel - Notre-Dame du Nil, originally published in March 2012 with Gallimard in French - Mukasonga immerses us in a school for young girls, called "Notre-Dame du Nil." The girls are sent to this high school perched on the ridge of the Nile in order to become the feminine elite of the country and to escape the dangers of the outside world. The book is a prelude to the Rwandan genocide and unfolds behind the closed doors of the school, in the interminable rainy season. Friendships, desires, hatred, political fights, incitation to racial violence, persecutions... The school soon becomes a fascinating existential microcosm of the true 1970s Rwanda.

Mara, Daughter of the Nile


Author: Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0425291731
Category: YOUNG ADULT FICTION
Page: 304
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Mara is a proud and beautiful slave girl who yearns for freedom in ancient Egypt, under the rule of Queen Hatshepsut. Mara is not like other slaves; she can read and write, as well as speak the language of Babylonian. So, to barter for her freedom, she finds herself playing the dangerous role of double spy for two arch enemies-each of whom supports a contender for the throne of Egypt. Against her will, Mara finds herself falling in love with one of her masters, the noble Sheftu, and she starts to believe in his plans of restoring Thutmose III to the throne. But just when Mara is ready to offer Sheftu her help and her heart, her duplicity is discovered, and a battle ensues in which both Mara's life and the fate of Egypt are at stake.

This is Reggae Music

The Story of Jamaica's Music
Author: Lloyd Bradley
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 9780802138286
Category: Music
Page: 572
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A history of Jamaica's contribution to world culture--reggae--traces the history of the form from African rhythms to the slums of Kingston and the international recording industry.

Dance


Author: DK
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1465407723
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 144
View: 6155

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In styles as diverse as flamenco, czardas, and bangra, dance reflects cultural identity and inspires and energizes individuals and groups. Dance contains everything you need to know about world dance. With lively and colorful presentation, young people will discover the joy of movement from cultures all over the globe.

Jane Austen's Textual Lives

From Aeschylus to Bollywood
Author: Kathryn Sutherland
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780191555367
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 408
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Through three intertwined histories Jane Austen's Textual Lives offers a new way of approaching and reading a very familiar author. One is a history of the transmission and transformation of Jane Austen through manuscripts, critical editions, biographies, and adaptations; a second provides a conspectus of the development of English Studies as a discipline in which the original and primary place of textual criticism is recovered; and a third reviews the role of Oxford University Press in shaping a canon of English texts in the twentieth century. Jane Austen can be discovered in all three. Since her rise to celebrity status at the end of the nineteenth century, Jane Austen has occupied a position within English-speaking culture that is both popular and canonical, accessible and complexly inaccessible, fixed and certain yet wonderfully amenable to shifts of sensibility and cultural assumptions. The implied contradiction was represented in the early twentieth century by, on the one hand, the Austen family's continued management, censorship, and sentimental marketing of the sweet lady novelist of the Hampshire countryside; and on the other, by R. W. Chapman's 1923 Clarendon Press edition of the Novels of Jane Austen, which subjected her texts to the kind of scholarly probing reserved till then for classical Greek and Roman authors obscured by centuries of attrition. It was to be almost fifty years before the Clarendon Press considered it necessary to recalibrate the reputation of another popular English novelist in this way. Beginning with specific encounters with three kinds of textual work and the problems, clues, or challenges to interpretation they continue to present, Kathryn Sutherland goes on to consider the absence of a satisfactory critical theory of biography that can help us address the partial life, and ends with a discussion of the screen adaptations through which the texts continue to live on. Throughout, Jane Austen's textual identities provide a means to explore the wider issue of what text is and to argue the importance of understanding textual space as itself a powerful agent established only by recourse to further interpretations and fictions.

We're Sailing Down the Nile

A Journey Through Egypt
Author: Laurie Krebs,Anne Wilson
Publisher: Barefoot Books
ISBN: 1846860407
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 40
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Climb aboard the river boat! We re sailing down the Nile. We ll visit Abu Simbel in just a little while.

Our Musicals, Ourselves

A Social History of the American Musical Theatre
Author: John Bush Jones
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 0874519047
Category: Music
Page: 411
View: 4524

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A retired professor of theater arts from Brandeis University serves up the first social history of American musical theater, covering the broad sweep of plays, from "Showboat" to "Urinetown," discussing the impact of this brand of theater on culture and society. (Performing Arts)

Islam, Christianity and the Mystic Journey


Author: Ian Richard Netton
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748688137
Category: Religion
Page: 232
View: 4992

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This distinctive comparison of Islamic and Christian mysticism focuses on the mystic journey in the two faith traditions.

Crafty Girl: Makeup

Things to Make and Do
Author: Jennifer Traig
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811836791
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 120
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Outlines how to apply makeup and maintain healthy skin, provides recipes for making cosmetics, and demonstrates how to achieve certain looks, from Indian Princess to Geisha Girl, and from Peachy Keen to Goth Girl.

The Black Nile

One Man's Amazing Journey Through Peace and War on the World's Longest River
Author: Dan Morrison
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0143119370
Category: Political Science
Page: 322
View: 7787

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A foreign correspondent traces the four-thousand-mile plank-board boat journey he took with an inexperienced childhood friend along the Nile River from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean Sea.