Voices from the Past

Voices from the Past

Paul Alexander Bartlett

Paul Alexander Bartlett

Steven James Bartlett Senior Research Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University and Bartlett is known for his fiction, including When the Owl Cries and Adiós Mi México, historical novels set during the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and descriptive of hacienda life, Forward, Children!, a powerful antiwar novel, and numerous short stories. He was also the author of books of poetry, including Spokes for Memory and Wherehill, the nonfiction work, The Haciendas of Mexico: An Artist’s Record, the first extensive artistic and photographic study of haciendas throughout Mexico, and numerous articles about the Mexican haciendas. Bartlett was also an artist whose paintings, illustrations, and drawings have been exhibited in more than 40 one-man shows in leading museums in the U.S. and Mexico. Archives of his work and literary correspondence have now been established at the American Heritage Center of the University of Wyoming, the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection of the University of Texas, and the Rare Books Collection of the University of California, Los Angeles. I am deeply grateful to my wife, Karen Bartlett, for her faithful, patient, and perceptive help with this long project
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Sapphos Journal

Sappho's Journal

Paul Alexander Bartlett

Paul Alexander Bartlett

In Sappho\'s Journal, bestselling author Paul Alexander Bartlett brings the famous Greek poet Sappho back to life in a finely crafted novel that reveals her loves, her sense of beauty, her reflections, her inner world. Based on a careful study of ancient Greece and Sappho\'s surviving fragments of poetry, Bartlett recreates Sappho in a lyrical account of the life, passion, fears, and faith of this remarkable woman whose intimate journal takes us back to 642 B.C. Beautifully illustrated by the author, also well known as an artist.
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Christs Journal

Christ's Journal

Paul Alexander Bartlett

Paul Alexander Bartlett

In Christ\'s Journal, bestselling author Paul Alexander Bartlett takes a daring step in this unique novel and places the reader for the first time in the shoes of The Fisherman. In this finely crafted and historically accurate portrait of the ancient Biblical world, Bartlett recreates the moving story of the last months of Christ\'s life as Jesus Himself may have experienced them when He brought to mankind a message of love and enduring hope. Beautifully illustrated by the author, who is also a well-known artist.
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