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Legacy Of Love

Author : Marianne K. Martin
ISBN : 9781932859911
Genre : Fiction
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Discover the mysterious and tempting Sage Bristo in Marianne K. Martin's first novel
Category: Fiction

Legacy Of Love

Author : Caroline Harvey
ISBN : 0670891819
Genre : Fiction
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Follows three generations of women from the colonial ferment of the late nineteenth century through World War II.
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A Legacy Of Love

Author : Ruth Graham
ISBN : 0310804396
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Ruth Graham, the youngest daughter of Billy and Ruth Bell Graham, shares sentimental insights, stories, and lessons learned from her mother, and shows readers how to leave a legacy of love.
Category: Family & Relationships

Somebody To Love

Author : Mark Langthorne
ISBN : 9781681882512
Genre : Health & Fitness
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For the first time, the final years of one of the world's most captivating rock showman are laid bare. Including interviews from Freddie Mercury's closest friends in the last years of his life, along with personal photographs, Somebody to Love is an authoritative biography of the great man. Here are previously unknown and startling facts about the singer and his life, moving detail on his lifelong search for love and personal fulfilment, and of course his tragic contraction of a then killer disease in the mid-1980s. Woven throughout Freddie's life is the shocking story of how the HIV virus came to hold the world in its grip, was cruelly labelled 'The Gay Plague' and the unwitting few who indirectly infected thousands of men, women and children - Freddie Mercury himself being one of the most famous. The death of this vibrant and spectacularly talented rock star, shook the world of medicine as well as the world of music. Somebody to Love finally puts the record straight and pays detailed tribute to the man himself.
Category: Health & Fitness

Half In Love

Author : Linda Gray Sexton
ISBN : 1582437998
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Reveals how, as the daughter of the poet Anne Sexton, the author comes to deal with her mother's life and suicide, and with the support of her family, therapy, and medication, is able to control her biploar disorder and her own suicidal tendencies.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Love

Author : Leopold Sacher-Masoch (Ritter von)
ISBN : 1572411198
Genre : Literary Collections
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Four novellas taken from two cycles of novellas entitled Die Liebe and Das Vermeachtnis Kains.
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The Price Of Love

Author : Vicki Hopkins
ISBN : 0988573822
Genre : Fiction
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At the age of eighteen, Angelique Jolene von Lamberg felt secure in life. After all, her stepfather was an Austrian count, and she inherited his wealth and the title of Komtesse. But when a letter arrives claiming she was kidnapped as a baby, suddenly everything changes. Unable to dismiss the accusations, she embarks on a journey to London and Paris to seek out the truth. When she discovers that her life has been played like a pawn in a chess game of deceit, adultery, and vengeance, she decides to take matters into her own hands. Will she continue to be the victim of the price of love, or will she become the only person able to heal a broken family from the pain of the past?
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Imperfect Garden

Author : Tzvetan Todorov
ISBN : 1400824907
Genre : Philosophy
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Available in English for the first time, Imperfect Garden is both an approachable intellectual history and a bracing treatise on how we should understand and experience our lives. In it, one of France's most prominent intellectuals explores the foundations, limits, and possibilities of humanist thinking. Through his critical but sympathetic excavation of humanism, Tzvetan Todorov seeks an answer to modernity's fundamental challenge: how to maintain our hard-won liberty without paying too dearly in social ties, common values, and a coherent and responsible sense of self. Todorov reads afresh the works of major humanists--primarily Montaigne, Rousseau, and Constant, but also Descartes, Montesquieu, and Toqueville. Each chapter considers humanism's approach to one major theme of human existence: liberty, social life, love, self, morality, and expression. Discussing humanism in dialogue with other systems, Todorov finds a response to the predicament of modernity that is far more instructive than any offered by conservatism, scientific determinism, existential individualism, or humanism's other contemporary competitors. Humanism suggests that we are members of an intelligent and sociable species who can act according to our will while connecting the well-being of other members with our own. It is through this understanding of free will, Todorov argues, that we can use humanism to rescue universality and reconcile human liberty with solidarity and personal integrity. Placing the history of ideas at the service of a quest for moral and political wisdom, Todorov's compelling and no doubt controversial rethinking of humanist ideas testifies to the enduring capacity of those ideas to meditate on--and, if we are fortunate, cultivate--the imperfect garden in which we live.
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The Legacy Of Courtly Literature

Author : Deborah Nelson-Campbell
ISBN : 9783319607290
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This fascinating volume examines the enduring influence of courtly tradition and courtly love, particularly in contemporary popular culture. The ten chapters explore topics including the impact of the medieval troubadour in modern love songs, the legacy of figures such as Tristan, Iseult, Lancelot, Guinevere, and Merlin in modern film and literature, and more generally, how courtly and chivalric conceptions of love have shaped the Western world’s conception of love, loyalty, honor, and adultery throughout history and to this day.
Category: Literary Criticism