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Where the River Ends

Charles Martin - Fiction - 2008 - 384 pages
A powerfully emotional and beautifully written story of heartbreaking loss and undying love He was a fishing guide and struggling artist from a south George trailer park. She ...
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Maggie: The Sequel to The Dead Don't Dance

Charles Martin - Fiction - 2006 - 322 pages
"When Maggie opened her eyes that New Year's Day some seventeen months ago, I felt like I could see again. The fog lifted off my soul, and for the first time since our son had ...
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Chasing Fireflies: A Novel of Discovery

Charles Martin - Fiction - 2008 - 352 pages
They have one summer to find what was lost long ago. "Never settle for less than the truth," she told him. But when you don't even know your real name, the truth gets a little ...
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Down Where My Love Lives

Charles Martin - Fiction - 2011 - 646 pages
Collected together for the first time—Dylan and Maggie's love story. Down Where My Love Lives is a bittersweet yet triumphant love story—a tale of one man's spiritual journey ...
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Catullus

Charles Martin - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 197 pages
One of the most popular of the Roman poets, Catullus is known for the accessibility of his witty and erotic love poems. In this book Charles Martin, himself a poet, offers a ...
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The Poems of Catullus

Gaius Valerius Catullus, Charles Martin - History - 1979 - 181 pages
Lyric poems, often inspired by the joy, pain, or disillusionment brought about by his love for Lesbia, demonstrate the evocative and satirical talents of the ancient Roman poet
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Metamorphoses

Ovid, Charles Martin - Poetry - 2004 - 597 pages
A new translation of the epic Roman poem on the dynamics of change seeks to remain faithful to the author's original text and reflects Ovid's themes of speed and liveliness.
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