The Mayor of Aln book. He arrives a stranger in Aln as a stranger but soon secures the position of schoolmaster, beginning to enmesh the townspeople and the children in his power.
The Mayor of Aln book. Ambition propels him to mayor, but hubris brings his downfall when he declares himself ki In a strange medieval-like world, this inquiry into false Messiahs and failed utopias centers on Konrad, an enigmatic visionary. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Konrad, a charismatic outsider, wanders an apocalyptic land known as The. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Mayor of Aln (The Province Trilogy Book 1). by. James Rourke (Goodreads Author).
The Mayor of Aln is the first book in James Rourke's The Province Trilogy. James Rourke is an actor, musician, and writer. His short film, Act, won critical acclaim at festivals worldwide.
The mayor of Aln by James Rourke, 1998, Parthian Books, . Distributor from label on p. 4 of cover. 204 p. ; Number of pages.
In a strange medieval-like world, James Rourke constructs an inquiry into false Messiahs and failed utopias
In a strange medieval-like world, James Rourke constructs an inquiry into false Messiahs and failed utopias. His central character, Konrad, an enigmatic visionary, arrives, a stranger, in Aln and soon secures the position of schoolmaster, beginning to enmesh the townspeople and the children in his power. Ambition propels him to Mayor but hubris brings his downfall when he declares himself king and Aln the New Jerusalem.
James O'Rourke may refer to: James O'Rourke (canoeist) (1915–1983), American canoeist who competed at the 1936 Summer Olympics. James O'Rourke Jr. (born 1942), his son, American sprint canoeist. Jim O'Rourke (baseball) (1850–1919), American baseball player of the late 19th century. Jim O'Rourke (musician) (born 1969), musician and filmmaker. Jim O'Rourke (Connecticut politician), member of the Connecticut House of Representatives. Jimmy O'Rourke (born 1946), Scottish footballer.
The Lord Mayor of Leeds (until 1897 known as the Mayor of Leeds) is a ceremonial post held by a member of Leeds City Council, elected annually by the council. By charter from King Charles I in 1626, the leader of the governing body of the borough of Leeds was an alderman, the first holder being Sir John Savile. A second charter, in 1661 from King Charles II, granted the title Mayor to Thomas Danby, after whom Thomas Danby College was named.
JAMES O’ROURKE, American Lawyer, Partner of JAMES F. O’ROURKE, J. Working as a partner of JAMES F. O’ROURKE, JR. Admitted to the bar, 1978, Oregon.
As Mr. Doremus explains, All of the above loudly condemned in a public forum the King verdict hours after it was announced and thus aided, furthered, and encouraged the riots that followed. As James Gid-witz of Chicago, Illinois, puts it: My nominee for the Peter Ueberroth Medal removes the notion of contest from this award.