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Love & pomegranates an anthology of short fiction

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Published by Sona Nis Press in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Short stories, Canadian.,
  • Canadian fiction -- 20th century.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesLove and pomegranates
Statementedited by Rona Murray and Garry McKevitt.
ContributionsMurray, Rona, 1924-, McKevitt, Garry.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9197.32 .L68 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. :
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3990719M
ISBN 101550391089
LC Control Number2001326696

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Meghan Nuttall Sayres is a tapestry weaver and author living in Eastern Washington. Her books include a novel set in 19th century Iran, Anahita's Woven Riddle, an ALA Top Ten Best Books and a BookSense/Indie Pick ; Weaving Tapestry in Rural Ireland; and co-author of Daughters of the Desert: Tales of Remarkable Women From the Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions.   Wow. This book makes me long for my grad school days. What an inspired story of scientific pursuit, history, evolution, ethnobotany, and the love of pomegranates. I love this book so much I want to eat it. This is a must s: This book was written to fulfill a need that the authors believe exists about the nature of pomegranates. It is written for the average gardener and fruit grower rather than for a more scientific audience. In the process of putting together this book, we have had many contributions by people to whom we wish to express our thanks. Welcome to your source for all things pomegranate! Here you’ll find everything you need to know about this uniquely delicious fruit, like the fact that in ancient times they were revered for their flavor and beauty, but today are known as a “superfood” thanks to their amazingly high levels of Antioxidants, Vitamin C, Potassium and Fiber.

Order Love and Pomegranates. Testimonials from ordinary people who found friendship, mentors and muses in Iran. Love and Pomegranates: Artists and Wayfarers on Iran is a series of testimonials from people who have journeyed into the heart of the “enemy” and found themselves identifying with the “other.” More than a collection of essays to acquaint readers with Iran, it is a model for. Sign up for our monthly email newsletter today and receive deals, news & more! "The Love for Three Oranges" or "The Three Citrons" is an Italian literary fairy tale written by Giambattista Basile in the Pentamerone. It is the concluding tale, and the one the heroine of the frame story uses to reveal that an imposter has taken her place.   I love pomegranates, but I do hate to peel so I sometimes buy them as seeds only. Expensive but love the burst of Vitamin C you get when chomping into them. Reply. Sarah says. Posted on 11/3 at pm. I didn’t know you could buy them pre-seeded, how handy! Because yea, they can be a bit of a pain/mess.