Sitting in the Earth and Laughing

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Sitting in the Earth and Laughing Book

The work includes many of Dr. Eckardt's own fanciful stories, essays, and verses as well as material derived from student malapropisms, from children, and from professional...

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Sitting in the Earth and Laughing - Arthur Roy Eckardt
pdf | 338 KB | English | Isbn: 9781412834100 | Author: Arthur Roy Eckardt | Release Date: N.a
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The work includes many of Dr. Eckardt's own fanciful stories, essays, and verses as well as material derived from student malapropisms, from children, and from professional humorists and comedians. Appearing at a time of burgeoning scholarly and popular interest in the domain of humor, Sitting in the Earth and Laughing shows how humor and laughter lie within the realm of human mysteries--together with tragedy, suffering, and love--that can be comprehended and relished.
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  • Release Date : N.a
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The work includes many of Dr. Eckardt's own fanciful stories, essays, and verses as well as material derived from student malapropisms, from children, and from professional humorists and comedians. Appearing at a time of burgeoning scholarly and popular interest in the domain of humor, Sitting in the Earth and Laughing shows how humor and laughter lie within the realm of human mysteries--together with tragedy, suffering, and love--that can be comprehended and relished.

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Vincent, the youngest son of King Edouard and Queen Celli, has been hiding a dark secret; he has wizard powers. For political reasons, having a wizard in the royal family is a cause for concern in the kingdom and Vincent fears the consequences should his powers be discovered. But the inevitable happens and his stepfather Kieran sees Vincent manifesting an unusual power. Vincent is immediately sent to the Wizards Hall on Bright Isle to be trained. Once there, he suffers resentment and abuse, but not just from his classmates. He is also feared by many of the royal wizards living on the island, who believe that he will prove to be a rogue, just like Kieran is still reputed to be, because of his unprecedented abilities. With only a few friends for support, Vincent does his best in a difficult situation, but his biggest fear still remains. As a wizard, will he be allowed to remain a member of the royal family?

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