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  1. The Vicar's Daughter (Dodo Press) by George MacDonald, 2007-06-22
  2. Salted with fire by George MacDonald, 2010-08-16
  3. Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood (Webster's Spanish Thesaurus Edition) by George MacDonald, 2008-06-04
  4. Unspoken Sermons Series I., II., and II. by George MacDonald, 2009-10-04
  5. Hope of the Gospel by George MacDonald, 2010-07-12
  6. George MacDonald by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03
  7. The Complete McAuslan by George MacDonald Fraser, 2009-08-01
  8. The light princess, and other fairy tales by George MacDonald, Maud Humphrey, 2010-09-07
  9. Phantastes by George MacDonald, 1981-08
  10. The Wise Woman and Other Stories (Fantasy Stories of George MacDonald) by George MacDonald, Craig Yoe, 1980-09
  11. St. George and St. Michael Volume II by George MacDonald, 2010-01-29
  12. The Golden Key (Dodo Press) by George MacDonald, 2009-02-20
  13. Quartered Safe Out Here: A Harrowing Tale of World War II by George MacDonald Fraser, 2007-10-17
  14. The Reavers by George MacDonald Fraser, 2009-04-07

1. George MacDonald - Upland Campus
George MacDonald (18241905) was a Scottish preacher and teacher as well as an author of 30 novels, numerous fairy tales,
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George MacDonald (1824-1905) was a Scottish preacher and teacher as well as an author of 30 novels, numerous fairy tales, poetry, essays, and sermons. He was one of the most original of nineteenth century thinkers. At the Back of the North Wind The Princess and The Goblin and The Princess and Curdie Phantastes is recognized as a classic of adult fantasy writing. It was Phantastes Since the formation of the George MacDonald Society in 1981, there has been an upsurge of interest in MacDonald, and his literary works. Papers on MacDonald George MacDonald Timeline Quotes George and Louisa MacDonald Galleria For more information visit the The George MacDonald pages home academics admissions ... student life

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4. George Macdonald
George Macdonald. Chesterton’s Introduction to George MacDonald andHis Wife (, by Greville M. MacDonald. 1924.). Reprinted in GKC as MC . Macdonald.htm

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from achieving this particular purpose of making all the ordinary staircases and doors and windows into magical things. that story some five alternative philosophies of the universe have come to our colleges out of Germany, blowing through the world like the east wind. But for me that castle is still standing in the mountains and the light in its tower is not put out. All George MacDonald's other stories, interesting and suggestive in their several ways, seem to be illustrations and even disguises of that one I say disguises, for this is the very important difference between his sort of mystery and mere allegory. The commonplace allegory takes what it regards as the commonplaces or conventions necessary to ordinary men and women, and tries to make them pleasant or picturesque by dressing them up as princesses or goblins or good fairies. But George MacDonald did really believe that people were princesses and goblins and good fairies, and he dressed them up as ordinary men and women. The fairy-tale was the inside of the ordinary story and not the outside. One result of this is that all the inanimate objects that are the stage properties of the story retain that nameless glamour which they have in a literal fairy-tale. The staircase

5. Hennepin County Library - Online Catalog
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6. MacDonald, George,Yoe, Craig Cheap
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8. CPT. George D. Macdonald - Abandoned By The USA In Laos
An Air Force Captain abandoned in Laos by the same government which sent him to war.Category Society Military POWMIA Vietnam War...... In January 1987, because of Civil Court action, the Defense Department rescindedthe identification of Tom Hart’s and george macdonald’s remains.
CPT. George D. Macdonald - Abandoned by the USA in Laos
  • Unit: 16th Special Operations Squadron, Ubon RTAFB, Thailand
    Loss Coordinates:
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    Aircraft: AC-130A Spectre Gunship #56-0490
    Home City of Record: Evanston, Illinois, USA
    Date of Loss: Thursday, 21 December 1972
    Date of Birth: Thursday, 2 September 1948
    Status in 1973: Missing In Action
    Country of Loss: Laos

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    Thomas T. Hart III; Francis A. Walsh; James R. Fuller; Robert T. Elliott; Robert L. Liles; Harry R. Lagerwall; Paul O. Meder; Rollie K. Reaid; Delma E. Dickens; Stanley N. Kroboth; Charles F. Fenter; John Q. Winningham; (all missing); Joel R. Birch (partial remains recovered); * Richard Williams and Carl E. Stevens (rescued) Control panel to turn music off and on: Source: Synopsis compiled by Task Force Omega, Inc. of Glendale, AZ. Synopsis: During the flight to the target, Spectre 17 inexplicably broke altitude descending to a lower level according to crewmen aboard other gunships taking part in the same mission, and was hit by enemy ground fire. After evaluating the amount of battle damage sustained by Thor, the decision was made to attempt to return to base. After 10 minutes of stable, level flight, fuel accumulated ankle deep in the cargo area igniting an explosion that severely damaged the aircraft, but did not cause it to disintegrate. Listen to a small portion of actual radio transmissions between Spectre 17 and other aircraft. The first voice is the pilot of Spectre 17 reporting they had been hit. Before activating this sound file, please turn off the music by accessing the control panel located 3 paragraphs above.

    9. MacDonald, George (1824-1905)
    macdonald, george (18241905). Scottish novelist and poet. Works by george macdonald.At the Back of the North Wind. Light Princess. Day Boy and the Night Girl.
    MacDonald, George (1824-1905)
    Scottish novelist and poet
    Works by George MacDonald At the Back of the North Wind Light Princess Day Boy and the Night Girl Lilith ... Unspoken Sermons from Unspoken Sermons Series One from Unspoken Sermons Second Series from Unspoken Sermons Third Series from Search works of George MacDonald on the CCEL:
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    11. Into The Wardrobe - Papers - The Childlike In George MacDonald And C. S. Lewis
    Article comparing the writing styles of the two men.
    The Childlike in George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis Dr. Don W. King
    Department of English
    Montreat College

    A version of this essay first appeared in Mythlore 12 (Summer 1986): 17-22, 26.
    Reprinted with permission of the author It is a curious fact that two writers who are frequently identified with children's literature, George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis, go out of their ways to claim that they did not write their stories primarily for children. Lewis, reviewing some of the books he read in his childhood, says that "I never met The Wind in the Willows or the Bastable books till I was in my late twenties, and I do not think I have enjoyed them any the less on that account. I am almost inclined to set it up as a canon that a children's story which is enjoyed only by children is a bad children's story. The good ones last" ( Of Other Worlds , p. 24). He also notes that "it certainly is my opinion that a book worth reading only in childhood is not worth reading even then" (38). MacDonald, commenting on those who try to find specific meanings in fairy-tales, claims that "children are not likely to trouble you about meaning. They find what they are capable of finding, and more would be too much. For my part, I do not write for children, but for the childlike, whether of five, or fifty, or seventy-five" ( The Gifts of the Child Christ , p. 25). In effect, both Lewis and MacDonald argue that it is the childlike attitude, not age, that marks his readers; at the same time, however, neither ever clearly states what childlike means. The focus of this study, then, is two-fold. First, I want to describe what I believe are the childlike attitudes of their readers. Second, I will attempt to explore the relationship between childlike readers and the fictional characters, especially the children, within each writer's stories.

    12. George MacDonald: Half A Century Of News
    A pioneer of the Canadian Press 18811955. george macdonald half a century of news
    A pioneer of the Canadian Press: 1881-1955
    George MacDonald: half a century of news
    (George was my maternal grandfather. I followed in his footsteps as a journalist, and
    these pages are devoted to his memory Hugh Doherty George in 1931, left, and at his desk at the Canadian Press in Montreal in 1946
    The Titanic, Halifax Explosion some of his major stories
    George was born in England in 1881, and while he was a teenager, landed his first job on a newspaper as a printer's helper on the London Times He came to Canada in 1903 when he was 22 and was a reporter for the old Montreal Witness. In 1905 he went to the Toronto Star , and then to the Stratford, Ont. Herald , where he was city editor. He then worked for a while on the Hamilton Spectator. He returned to Montreal in 1910 as resident correspondent for the Canadian Press, Canada's co-operative news agency. CP, as it came to be known, was then just a year old. It was to be George's professional home for the next 37 years. George was the main CP staff reporter for Quebec and the rest of eastern Canada, and sometimes the eastern United States, so he travelled quite a bit. His material was used in most of the Canadian daily newspapers of the time. Among the major stories he covered in those early years were the Titanic disaster of 1912 off Newfoundland, about which he gathered information in New York City, the sinking of the passenger liner

    13. The George MacDonald Society
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    Welcome to the Society's Home Page. We hope you will enjoy the articles and resources to be found here and come back often as more material is added.
    George MacDonald (1824-1905) was one of the most original of nineteenth century thinkers. His writing and lecturing brought him wide recognition in his own day, and into the company of many of the leading Victorians of the time. MacDonald's writing has an outstanding imaginative power, largely influenced by the German and English Romantics. It is in the realms of fantasy and children's literature, along with his visionary theology, that has made his greatest contribution. Phantastes is recognised as a seminal classic of adult fantasy writing. His influence upon twentieth century literature has been far-reaching. The works of C. S. Lewis, G. K. Chesterton and W. H. Auden, in particular, bear witness to the power of MacDonald's imagination, a power which remains undiminished for the reader of today. Photographs and comment from the MacDonald/ Bunyan Celebration held in Bedford during 2000

    his first contribution being an article on Ricardos Principles of Political Economy in 1818
    McCULLOUGH, JOHN EDWARD (1837—1885), American actor, was born in Coleraine, Ireland, on the 2nd of November 1837. He went to America at the age of sixteen, and made his first appearance on the stage at the Arch Street Theatre, Philadeiphia, in 1857. In support of Edwin Forrest and Edwin Booth he played second roles in Shakespearian and other tragedies, and Forrest left him by will all his prompt books. ~Tirginius was his greatest success, although even in this part and as Othello he was coldly received in England (1881). In 1884 he broke down physically and mentally, and he died in an asylum at Philadelphia on the 8th of November 1885. MACCUNN, HAMISH (1868— ), Scottish musical composer, was born at Greenock, the son of a shipowner, and was educated at the Royal College of Music. His first success was with the overture Land of the Mountain and Flood ~fl 1887 at the Crystal Palace, and this was followed by other compositions, with a characteristic Scottish colouring. From 1888 to 1894 he was a professor at the Royal College of Music, and this latter year saw both his marriage to a daughter of John Pettie, R.A., and the production of his opera Jeanie Deans at Edinburgh. 1-le was for some years conductor to the Carl Rosa Opera company, and subsequently to other companies. His opera Diarmid was produced at Covent Garden in 1897, and his other music includes cantatas, overtures, part-songs, instrumental pieces, and songs, all markedly Scottish in type.

    15. The Golden Key
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    george macdonald. Novelist, Poet Preacher. 18241905. macdonald was born in Huntly on 10th December 1824, but moved
    George MacDonald
    MacDonald was born in Huntly on 10th December 1824, but moved soon after with his family to a nearby farm. He went to university in Aberdeen in 1840 and to Highbury College in 1848 to train as a Congregational minister. He was forced to resign from his first charge at Arundel in 1853 and lived thereafter as a man of letters and on the charity of his friends and disciples. His first important original publication was a long religious poem, Within and without (1855) but a more important landmark was Phantastes (1858), his first major contribution to the genre of fantasy and a complex attempt to communicate that sense of otherness which is his abiding concern in his writing. Influenced by both English and German Romantic writers, and by religious poets of the Renaissance, Phantastes with its poetry and its visionariness was in turn an important influence on CS Lewis and his circle. Here, its hero starts a new day after a night at the foot of a protective beech: I must act and wander. With the sun well risen, I rose, and put my arms as far as they would reach around the beech-tree, and kissed it, and said good-bye. A trembling went through the leaves; a few of the last drops of the night's rain fell from off them at my feet; and as I walked slowly away, I seemed to hear in a whisper once more the words: "I may love him, I may love him; for he is a man, and I am only a beech-tree." MacDonald produced fantasy writing for both children and adults throughout his long career. A large family and no steady income, however, forced him to more saleable works and in 1863 he published

    17. Donal Grant By George MacDonald
    E-text at CCEL.Category Arts Literature Authors M macdonald, george Works......Donal Grant by george macdonald. Title Donal Grant. Author macdonald, george(18241905). Print Basis Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner amp; Co., 1905.
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    18. The Royal Flashman Society Of Upper Canada - George MacDonald Fraser
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    20. Hope Of The Gospel By George MacDonald, A Complete E-text.
    An e-text copy of the first edition, containing several sermons.Category Arts Literature Authors M macdonald, george...... HOPE OF THE GOSPEL. by george macdonald. SALVATION FROM SIN. and thou shalt callhis name Jesus; for he shall save his people from their sins.-Matthew i. 21.
    An exact textual copy of the First Edition, published by Ward, Lock, Bowden and Co., London, 1892. This Volume contains the following sermons: Salvation from Sin, The Remission of Sins, Jesus in the World, Jesus and His Fellow Townsmen, The Heirs of Heaven and Earth, Sorrow the Pledge of Joy, God's Family, The Reward of Obedience, The Yoke of Jesus, The Salt and the Light of the World, The Right Hand and the Left, and The Hope of the Universe. Return to OnlineGMD Ordering this book Questions? e-mail HOPE OF THE GOSPEL by George MacDonald SALVATION FROM SIN. -and thou shalt call his name Jesus; for he shall save his people from their sins.-Matthew i. 21. By obedience, I intend no kind of obedience to man, or submission to authority claimed by man or community of men. I mean obedience to the will of the Father, however revealed in our conscience. God forbid I should seem to despise understanding. The New Testament is full of urgings to understand. Our whole life, to be life at all, must be a growth in understanding. What I cry out upon is the misunderstanding that comes of man's endeavour to understand while not obeying. Upon obedience our energy must be spent; understanding will follow. Not anxious to know our duty, or knowing it and not doing it, how shall we understand that which only a true heart and a clean soul can ever understand? The power in us that would understand were it free, lies in the bonds of imperfection and impurity, and is therefore incapable of judging the divine. It cannot see the truth. If it could see it, it would not know it, and would not have it. Until a man begins to obey, the light that is in him is darkness.

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