Humanities

HUMANITIES IS THE CREATIVE ART OF INTELLIGENCE

Humanities describes the creative talents of human intelligence in the artistic realm. As with music, literature evidenced with humane ideals is attractive as an art form of human expression and communication, nurturing individuals’ interaction in society. Appreciation for humanities promotes higher levels of personal awareness, exploration, discovery, and spiritual enrichment. This page features art suitable for most audiences. Feel free to develop your own ideas and share your insights for humanities, as well.

Humanities is, in general, any system of thought or action that attains a predominant interest to the interests and preservation of humanity as a whole, as compared with the supernatural or the abstract. A related word, Humanism, was specially applied to the movement of thought that in western Europe in the 15th century A.D. broke through the medieval traditions of scholastic theology and philosophy and devoted itself to the rediscovery and direct study of the ancient classics.

The Humanities movement is essentially a promotion of the intellect and free expression, especially aligned with beauty, a natural inclination toward conscience, and society. A similar tendency in humanities has marked influence over the development of modern Christian theology, inclining against an inflexible conception of the separate existence and overlordship of gatekeepers in the view of life, God, and the science of nature.

HUMANITIES MUSIC

In ordinary language, the adjective “humane” is known as sensibly “kind-hearted” and “unselfish,” whereas the generally artistic field of humanities has the sense of “that which pertains to the human race,” derived in this case with the companion adjective “human”.

ARTIST DESCRIPTION OF ALAN LEWIS SILVA

Alan is a singer-songwriter of original music. His musical style is lyrical folk, rock, blues, fado, and reggae.

Musical Shadows is a book of his songs from 2003 to 2016, which corresponds to 20 albums of music. Musical Shadows is over 50,000 words of poetry arranged in alphabetical, alphanumerical order. It collectively tells the story of a millennial generation adapting to the climate of southern California during the information age. It is indie style folk music, with elements of rock, blues, fado, and reggae. It is comparable to country music.

Many of the songs feature an 6/8 rhythm, which is uncommon by contemporary music standards. The 6/8 tempo explains whence some of the reggae influence applies. Alan’s songs are highly lyrical and will create mental images by the listener’s own imagining and interpretation of the words in each story of every song. Some songs have a grunge or alternative rock feel. Musical Shadows also features impressions of fado culture, blues, and the singer-songwriter oeuvre as a genre.

All songs composed music and lyrics by Alan Lewis Silva, who also performs these 28 albums of 408 tracks.
All songs copyright © 2004 – 2023 by Alan Lewis Silva. All rights reserved.

BOA SINA

Coal Mine
Was Loving You a Mistake
Another Refugee
Vanished Like into the Air

Suicide Creekbed
Frozen Leaves
Rainy Song Man
People Really Don’t Know
Genie
Une, Des, Trois
Station Blues
Paradise Café
Treatment with Forceps
Suicide Creekbed (Live)
Rainy Day Window
Sooner or Later
Tied to an Anthill
Talk About Getting Married
Station Variation
Ballad of Dan & Suzanne
I Am the Moon
Portland’s Song
Jack and Jill
New Orleans
Utopian Deli
Dream (Live)
Rio Negro
Cement
O Maria
Manzanita
Cold Mountain
The 8th Man
Huey vs. The Sun
El Dorado
In This Town

MYSTERY HOUSE

Big Green Country
Railroad Dream
Sand and Foam
Gypsy Flies
Walk Through Paris
Emperor of Ice Cream Blues
Gotham Marie
Hear Me Out
Manchild
We Can Go
Don’t Give Me Too Much

HUMANITIES LITERATURE

BIOGRAPHY OF BRET HARTE

American author, Bret Harte (born Francis Brett Hart) was born in Albany, New York, on August 25, 1836. His father, a professor of Greek at Albany College, died during his boyhood. Harte’s ancestry came from British, particularly English roots, with the meaningful exception of his absentee Jewish paternal grandfather. After a common-school education, Harte at seventeen relocated with his mother to California in the mid-1850’s.

Afterwards Harte worked as a teacher, miner, printer, express-messenger, secretary of the San Francisco Mint, and editor. He married Anna Griswold in 1862, and they started their family in California in the San Francisco Bay area of California and having four children together in the course of life.

Bret Harte’s first published literary endeavor was poetry, particularly sentimental and pro-Union Civil War era poetry. Some of Harte’s spiritual ideas were influenced by his friendship with Thomas Starr King, a pro-Union Unitarian minister, his friendship with Samuel Clemens, and his great fondness for the novels of Charles Dickens and British literature, which he shared with his parents.

Harte’s first major literary venture was a series of Condensed Novels (parodies of popular fiction by well-known authors), which he, while also serving as editor, published in The Californian, a weekly periodical). Harte subsequently reissued these writings in book form in 1867.

Bret Harte introduced his creative writing to large audiences who interested themselves in exotic stories of far-flung California. Many of Harte’s most popular stories came about while he was writing fiction for The Overland Monthly (the earliest considerable Anglo-American literary magazine on the Pacific Coast) established in 1868 with Harte as chief editor. His sketches and poems appeared in The Overland Monthly’s pages during the next few years and attracted attention in the eastern American states and in Europe.

Bret Harte was an early master of the short story, and his Californian tales were regarded as introducing a new genre into fiction. “The Luck of Roaring Camp” (1868), “The Outcasts of Poker Flat” (1869), the later sketch “How Santa Claus came to Simpson’s Bar,” hundreds of stories, multiple novels and novellas, major novel Gabriel Conroy (1875), and collected poetry such as the narrative verses entitled “Plain Language from Truthful James,” combined to great effect his literary voice and uniqueness.

With humor, pathos, sympathetic treatments of the outsider, elegance in language and description, and power of character portrayals, Harte parlayed familiar motivations and archetypal scenes in a manner that combined and transformed these inputs. In turn, this conveyed readers to an entertaining and imaginative realm, somewhat fantastic and rather regaled of mining-gulches, gamblers, settlers, pioneers, displaced and unassimilated oddballs and mainstays of Old West society, amid a predominately picturesque and varied landscape of often California.

In popularizing the American short story as a professional fiction writer, in Bret Harte we find a rare delineator of California and storytelling lore to the remote and varied audiences of the globe. Harte, a sort of California Author, preceded also in kind the equivalent of many conventional elements of cinema and audio-visual broadcasting subject to the claims of identity ongoing. Bret Harte’s forty-four original books were published between 1867 and 1898, with numerous uncollected stories and poems located in periodicals from 1861 to 1902.

After a year as professor in the University of California, Bret Harte lived in New York, 1871–1878; was United States consul at Crefeld, Germany, 1878–1880; U.S. consul at Glasgow, 1880–1885; and after 1885 resided in London. He died in Camberley, England, on May 5, 1902.

Younger Bret Harte (left) Older Bret Harte (right)
Bret Harte Collection Photo

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BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 1 SKETCHES

WAITING FOR THE SHIP
ON A VULGAR LITTLE BOY
‘LA FEMME’
THE RUINS OF SAN FRANCISCO
N N.
A VENERABLE IMPOSTER
FANTINE
THE DEVIL AND THE BROKER
A BOYS’ DOG
THE DWELLER OF THE THRESHOLD
SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF MASTER CHARLES SUMMERTON
JOHN JENKINS
“SEEING THE STEAMER OFF”
MY SUBURBAN EXPERIENCE
THE MAN OF NO ACCOUNT
CHARITABLE REMINISCENCES
TERENCE DENVILLE
FROM A BALCONY
THE NINETY-NINE GUARDSMEN
WHAT HAPPENED
SIDEWALKINGS
GUY HEAVYSTONE
THE OGRESS OF SILVER LAND
A TALE OF THREE TRUANTS
MUCK-A-MUCK
A JERSEY CENTENARIAN
A TREASURE OF THE GALLEON
A LONELY RIDE
MARY MCGILLIP
SELINA SEDILIA
THE MAN WHOSE YOKE WAS NOT EASY
A SLEEPING-CAR EXPERIENCE
THE ADVENTURE OF PADRE VINCINTIO
MR. MIDSHIPMAN BREEZY
NO TITLE
THE CHRISTMAS GIFT THAT CAME TO RUPERT
MELONS
A NIGHT AT WINGDAM
OUT OF A PIONEER’S TRUNK
MORNING ON THE AVENUE
THE HAUNTED MAN
THE MAN FROM SOLANO
HANDSOME IS AS HANDSOME DOES
MY FIRST BOOK
LOTHAW
THE LEGEND OF DEVIL’S POINT
MISS MIX
A GHOST OF THE SIERRAS
“WHO WAS MY QUIET FRIEND?”
WITH THE ENTREES
MR. THOMPSON PRODIGAL
THE ADVENTURES OF JOHN LONGBOWE, YEOMAN
THE RIGHT EYE OF THE COMMANDER
THE GHOSTS OF STUKELEY CASTLE
HIGH-WATER MARK
NEIGHBORHOODS I HAVE MOVED FROM
“JINNY”
AN ALI BABA OF THE SIERRAS
THE STOLEN CIGAR CASE
AN IDYL OF RED GULCH
TENNESSEE’S PARTNER
A YELLOW DOG
A VISION OF THE FOUNTAIN
MY FRIEND, THE TRAMP
THE HOME-COMING OF JIM WILKES
THE POET OF SIERRA FLAT
BROWN OF CALAVERAS
STORIES THREE

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 2 TALES

THE OUTCASTS OF POKER FLAT
MIGGLES
MISS PEGGY’S PROTEGES
THE LUCK OF ROARING CAMP
THE ILIAD OF SANDY BAR
THE ROMANCE OF MADRONO HOLLOW
VIEWS FROM A GERMAN SPION
JOHNNYBOY
TWO SAINTS OF THE FOOT-HILLS
RUPERT THE RESEMBLER
BULGER’S REPUTATION
THE OFFICE SEEKER
THE PRINCESS BOB AND HER FRIENDS
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
GOLLY AND THE CHRISTIAN
THREE VAGABONDS OF TRINIDAD
THE LEGEND OF MONTE DEL DIABLO
JOHNSON’S “OLD WOMAN”
ROGER CATRON’S FRIEND
AN ESMERELDA OF ROCKY CANYON
DAN’L BOREM
‘ZUT-SKI’
SEE UP
IN A PIONEER RESTAURANT
THE SECRET OF SOBRIENTE’S WELL
BABY SYLVESTER
AN HEIRESS OF RED DOG
HOW SANTA CLAUS CAME TO SIMPSON’S BAR
A PUPIL OF CHESTNUT RIDGE
WAN LEE, THE PAGAN
THE HOODLUM BAND
SARAH WALKER
A LEGEND OF SAMMTSTADT
THE YOUNGEST PROSPECTER IN CALAVERAS

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 3 SHORT STORIES

THE LANDLORD OF THE BIG FLUME HOTEL
LANTY FOSTER’S MISTAKE
PETER SCHROEDER
A WIDOW OF SANTA ANA VALLEY
THE GODDESS OF EXCELSIOR
THE YOUNGEST MISS PIPER
DICK SPINDLER’S FAMILY CHRISTMAS
A NIGHT ON THE DIVIDE
THE INDISCRETION OF ELSBETH
HOW OLD MAN PLUNKETT WENT HOME
THE MAN AT THE SEMAPHORE
THE POSTMISTRESS OF LAUREL RUN
LIBERTY JONES’ DISCOVERY
HOW REUBEN ALLEN “SAW LIFE” IN SAN FRANCISCO
THE QUEEN OF PIRATE ISLE
THE BOOM IN THE “CALAVERAS CLARION”
WHEN THE WATERS WERE UP AT JULES’
“UNSER KARL”
AN INGENUE OF THE SIERRAS
THE TRANSFORMATION OF BUCKEYE CAMP
UNDER THE EAVES
MR. MACGLOWRIE’S WIDOW
A TREASURE OF THE REDWOODS
THE MERMAID OF LIGHTHOUSE POINT
IN THE TULES
JIMMY’S BIG BROTHER FROM CALIFORNIA
BOHEMIAN DAYS IN SAN FRANCISCO

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 4 STORIES

THE NEW ASSISTANT AT PINE CLEARING SCHOOL
PROSPER’S “OLD MOTHER”
THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF ALKALI DICK
SALOMY JANE’S KISS
SALOMY JANE
THE SHERIFF OF SISKYOU
A ROSE OF GLENBOGIE
WHAT HAPPENED AT THE FONDA
A DRIFT FROM REDWOOD CAMP
A ROMANCE OF THE LINE
A NIGHT AT “HAYS”
THE JUDGMENT OF BOLINAS PLAIN
A CONVERT OF THE MISSION
A JACK AND JILL OF THE SIERRAS
NOTES BY FLOOD AND FIELD
BARKER’S LUCK
CHU CHU
A PASSAGE IN THE LIFE OF MR. JOHN OAKHURST
A BUCKEYE HOLLOW INHERITANCE
THE FOOL OF FIVE FORKS
YOUNG ROBIN GRAY
THE ROSE OF TUOLOMNE
THE CONVALESCENCE OF JACK HAMLIN

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 5 LONG STORIES

A MERCURY OF THE FOOT-HILLS
THE GREAT DEADWOOD MYSTERY
AN APOSTLE OF THE TULES
THEIR UNCLE FROM CALIFORNIA
A KNIGHT-ERRANT OF THE FOOTHILLS
THE REINCARNATION OF SMITH
THE CHATELAINE OF BURNT RIDGE
MR. BILSON’S HOUSEKEEPER
AN EPISODE OF WEST WOODLANDS
THE DEVOTION OF ENRIQUEZ
MLISS
LEFT OUT ON LONE STAR MOUNTAIN
DICK BOYLE’S BUSINESS CARD
CAPTAIN JIM’S FRIEND
A WARD OF COLONEL STARBOTTLE’S
COLONEL STARBOTTLE FOR THE PLAINTIFF
MR. JACK HAMLIN’S MEDIATION
A PROTEGEE OF JACK HAMLIN’S
TWO AMERICANS

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 6 GRAND STORIES

THE BELL-RINGER OF ANGEL’S
THE MAN ON THE BEACH
THE DESBOROUGH CONNECTIONS
THE REFORMATION OF JAMES REDDY
UNCLE JIM AND UNCLE BILLY
MRS. SKAGG’S HUSBANDS
THE PASSING OF ENRIQUEZ
FOUND AT BLAZING STAR
A MAECENAS OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE
THE HEIR OF THE MCHULISHES Podcast 1 of 2
THE HEIR OF THE MCHULISHES Podcast 2 of 2
THE MYSTERY OF THE HACIENDA Podcast 1 of 2
THE MYSTERY OF THE HACIENDA Podcast 2 of 2
AT THE MISSION OF SAN CARMEL Podcast 1 of 2
AT THE MISSION OF SAN CARMEL Podcast 2 of 2
A BELLE OF CANADA CITY Podcast 1 of 2
A BELLE OF CANADA CITY Podcast 2 of 2
THE CONSPIRACY OF MRS. BUNKER Podcast 1 of 2
THE CONSPIRACY OF MRS. BUNKER Podcast 2 of 2
A SECRET OF TELEGRAPH HILL Podcast 1 of 2
A SECRET OF TELEGRAPH HILL Podcast 2 of 2

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 7 PETITE NOVELLAS

COLONEL STARBOTTLE’S CLIENT Podcast 1 of 2
COLONEL STARBOTTLE’S CLIENT Podcast 2 of 2
A SAPPHO OF GREEN SPRINGS Podcast 1 of 2
A SAPPHO OF GREEN SPRINGS Podcast 2 of 2
A NIECE OF SNAPSHOT HARRY’S Podcast 1 of 2
A NIECE OF SNAPSHOT HARRY’S Podcast 2 of 2
FLIP: A CALIFORNIA ROMANCE Podcast 1 of 2
FLIP: A CALIFORNIA ROMANCE Podcast 2 of 2
AN EPISODE OF FIDDLETOWN Podcast 1 of 2
AN EPISODE OF FIDDLETOWN Podcast 2 of 2
THE HERITAGE OF DEDLOW MARSH Podcast 1 of 2
THE HERITAGE OF DEDLOW MARSH Podcast 2 of 2
THE TWINS OF TABLE MOUNTAIN Podcast 1 of 2
THE TWINS OF TABLE MOUNTAIN Podcast 2 of 2
THROUGH THE SANTA CLARA WHEAT Podcast 1 of 2
THROUGH THE SANTA CLARA WHEAT Podcast 2 of 2
THANKFUL BLOSSOM Podcast 1 of 2
THANKFUL BLOSSOM Podcast 2 of 2
A BLUE-GRASS PENELOPE Podcast 1 of 3
A BLUE-GRASS PENELOPE Podcast 2 of 3
A BLUE-GRASS PENELOPE Podcast 3 of 3

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 8 NOVELLAS

THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY Podcast 1 of 3
THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY Podcast 2 of 3
THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY Podcast 3 of 3
DEVIL’S FORD Podcast 1 of 3
DEVIL’S FORD Podcast 2 of 3
DEVIL’S FORD Podcast 3 of 3
JEFF BRIGG’S LOVE STORY Podcast 1 of 3
JEFF BRIGG’S LOVE STORY Podcast 2 of 3
JEFF BRIGG’S LOVE STORY Podcast 3 of 3
A SHIP OF ’49 Podcast 1 of 3
A SHIP OF ’49 Podcast 2 of 3
A SHIP OF ’49 Podcast 3 of 3
SALLY DOWS Podcast 1 of 3
SALLY DOWS Podcast 2 of 3
SALLY DOWS Podcast 3 of 3
A MILLIONAIRE OF ROUGH AND READY Podcast 1 of 3
A MILLIONAIRE OF ROUGH AND READY Podcast 2 of 3
A MILLIONAIRE OF ROUGH AND READY Podcast 3 of 3
A PHYLLIS OF THE SIERRAS Podcast 1 of 4
A PHYLLIS OF THE SIERRAS Podcast 2 of 4
A PHYLLIS OF THE SIERRAS Podcast 3 of 4
A PHYLLIS OF THE SIERRAS Podcast 4 of 4

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 9 GRAND NOVELLAS

SNOW-BOUND AT EAGLE’S Podcast 1 of 4
SNOW-BOUND AT EAGLE’S Podcast 2 of 4
SNOW-BOUND AT EAGLE’S Podcast 3 of 4
SNOW-BOUND AT EAGLE’S Podcast 4 of 4
THE ARGONAUTS OF NORTH LIBERTY Podcast 1 of 4
THE ARGONAUTS OF NORTH LIBERTY Podcast 2 of 4
THE ARGONAUTS OF NORTH LIBERTY Podcast 3 of 4
THE ARGONAUTS OF NORTH LIBERTY Podcast 4 of 4
IN THE CARQUINEZ WOODS Podcast 1 of 5
IN THE CARQUINEZ WOODS Podcast 2 of 5
IN THE CARQUINEZ WOODS Podcast 3 of 5
IN THE CARQUINEZ WOODS Podcast 4 of 5
IN THE CARQUINEZ WOODS Podcast 5 of 5
IN A HOLLOW OF THE HILLS Podcast 1 of 5
IN A HOLLOW OF THE HILLS Podcast 2 of 5
IN A HOLLOW OF THE HILLS Podcast 3 of 5
IN A HOLLOW OF THE HILLS Podcast 4 of 5
IN A HOLLOW OF THE HILLS Podcast 5 of 5
TRENT’S TRUST Podcast 1 of 4
TRENT’S TRUST Podcast 2 of 4
TRENT’S TRUST Podcast 3 of 4
TRENT’S TRUST Podcast 4 of 4

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 10 SAGA NOVELLAS

A WAIF ON THE PLAINS Podcast 1 of 5
A WAIF ON THE PLAINS Podcast 2 of 5
A WAIF ON THE PLAINS Podcast 3 of 5
A WAIF ON THE PLAINS Podcast 4 of 5
A WAIF ON THE PLAINS Podcast 5 of 5
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINS Podcast 1 of 6
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINS Podcast 2 of 6
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINS Podcast 3 of 6
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINS Podcast 4 of 6
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINS Podcast 5 of 6
SUSY, A STORY OF THE PLAINS Podcast 6 of 6
CLARENCE Podcast 1 of 6
CLARENCE Podcast 2 of 6
CLARENCE Podcast 3 of 6
CLARENCE Podcast 4 of 6
CLARENCE Podcast 5 of 6
CLARENCE Podcast 6 of 6
THE STORY OF A MINE Podcast 1 of 5
THE STORY OF A MINE Podcast 2 of 5
THE STORY OF A MINE Podcast 3 of 5
THE STORY OF A MINE Podcast 4 of 5
THE STORY OF A MINE Podcast 5 of 5

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 11 MINOR NOVELS

MARUJA Podcast 1 of 5
MARUJA Podcast 2 of 5
MARUJA Podcast 3 of 5
MARUJA Podcast 4 of 5
MARUJA Podcast 5 of 5
A WARD OF THE GOLDEN GATE CLARENCE Podcast 1 of 5
A WARD OF THE GOLDEN GATE CLARENCE Podcast 2 of 5
A WARD OF THE GOLDEN GATE CLARENCE Podcast 3 of 5
A WARD OF THE GOLDEN GATE CLARENCE Podcast 4 of 5
A WARD OF THE GOLDEN GATE CLARENCE Podcast 5 of 5
CRESSY Podcast 1 of 6
CRESSY Podcast 2 of 6
CRESSY Podcast 3 of 6
CRESSY Podcast 4 of 6
CRESSY Podcast 5 of 6
CRESSY Podcast 6 of 6

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 12 NOVELS

A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARA Podcast 1 of 6
A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARA Podcast 2 of 6
A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARA Podcast 3 of 6
A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARA Podcast 4 of 6
A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARA Podcast 5 of 6
A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARA Podcast 6 of 6
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 1 of 7
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 2 of 7
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 3 of 7
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 4 of 7
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 5 of 7
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 6 of 7
THREE PARTNERS Podcast 7 of 7
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 1 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 2 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 3 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 4 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 5 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 6 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 7 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 8 of 9
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIOR Podcast 9 of 9

BRET HARTE’S COMPLETE FICTION BOOK 13 MAJOR NOVEL

GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 1 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 2 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 3 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 4 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 5 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 6 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 7 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 8 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 9 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 10 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 11 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 12 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 13 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 14 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 15 of 16
GABRIEL CONROY Podcast 16 of 16

BOOKS BY BRET HARTE

COLLECTED POEMS VOL. 1 American Literature

HUMANITIES RESOURCES

The SHAH NAMEH (Book of Kings) by Abul-Ghasem Ferdowsi (Prose Form, Abridged)

The SHEKAND GUMANIG VECHAR (Doubt-dispelling Teaching) of Zoroastrianism (Apologetic)

The Portuguese (OS LUSIADAS) by Luis Vaz de Camoies

VALA by William Blake (complete)

TIRIEL by William Blake

UP FROM SLAVERY by Booker T. Washington

https://solfeggiotonesresearch.music.blog

Gold raft with voyagers from ancient Muisca Confederation. Guatavita goddess presiding. Humanities.
Gold raft with voyagers from ancient Muisca Confederation. Guatavita goddess presiding.

REFERENCES

Alan Lewis Silva Discography

Vala by William Blake

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