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Transnational Ties

Author : Desley Deacon
ISBN : 9781921536212
Genre : Australia
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Australian lives are intricately enmeshed with the world, bound by ties of allegiance and affinity, intellect and imagination. In Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, an eclectic mix of scholars - historians, literary critics, and museologists - trace the flow of people that helped shape Australia's distinctive character and the flow of ideas that connected Australians to a global community of thought. It shows how biography, and the study of life stories, can contribute greatly to our understanding of such patterns of connection and explores how transnationalism can test biography's limits as an intellectual, professional and commercial practice.
Category: Australia

One Wild Night

Author : Kimberly Lang
ISBN : 0263252086
Genre : Love stories
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Magnate's Mistress... Accidentally Pregnant! Ally Smith may have dumped a cheating fiancé, but she refuses to miss her Caribbean honeymoon! One night with sexy stranger Chris Wells is the perfect heartbreak cure - until she finds out she's pregnant with the billionaire's baby! Hot Boss, Boardroom Mistress When self-made millionaire Jared James set out to bed Amanda Winchester, it was payback for rejecting him all those years ago. But, when the tycoon discovers that he's taken Amanda's virginity, he can't resist going back for more... The Good, the Bad and the Wild Scriptwriter Nick Delisantro is famed for his ruthless charm, but innocent researcher Eva leaves him speechless! He's sure just one night will get her out of his system. But he's underestimated how addictive it is to send a good girl wild.
Category: Love stories

Conserving Walt Whitman S Fame

Author : Gary Schmidgall
ISBN : 9781609380021
Genre : Literary Criticism
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It is now difficult to imagine that, in the years before Whitman's death in 1892, there was real doubt in the minds of Whitman and his literary circle whether Leaves of Grass would achieve lasting fame. Much of the critical commentary in the first decade after his burial in Camden was as negative as that in Boston's Christian Register, which spoke of Whitman as someone who “succeeded in writing a mass of trash without form, rhythm, or vitality.”That the balance finally tipped toward admiration, culminating in Whitman's acceptance into the literary canon, was due substantially to the unflagging labor of Horace Traubel, famous for his nine volumes of Whitman conversations but less well known for his provocative monthly journal of socialist politics and avant-garde culture, the Conservator.Conserving Walt Whitman's Fame offers a generous selection from the enormous trove of Whitman-related materials that Traubel included in the 352 issues of the Conservator. Among the revelatory, perceptive, and often entertaining items presented here are the most illuminating of the Conservator's more than 150 topical essays on Whitman and memoirs by many of his friends and literary cohorts that shed new light on the poet, his work, and his critical reception. Also important is the richer understanding these pages afford of Horace Traubel's own sophisticated, deeply humane, and feisty views of America.
Category: Literary Criticism

Tides Of Passion

Author : Sara Orwig
ISBN : 9781626817746
Genre : Fiction
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“One of the top romance authors. Her characters leap from the pages!” —RT BOOK REVIEWS She knew who he was. Captain Joshua Raven, rebel aristocrat and fierce pirate, ravaging his way through the Spanish main. But he had no way of knowing that the beautiful girl disguised as a maid was Lianna Melton, a high-born British damsel, fleeing a loveless marriage. Desperate to return to her secret beloved, Lianna seeks passage aboard Joshua’s ship. But even amid the struggle and intrigue of the new world Joshua has introduced her to, Lianna cannot deny the pleasure she finds in his company. Before long, she finds herself melting beneath the heat of his caress, and soon passion sweeps her away like the rising tide, toward the golden shores of love.
Category: Fiction

Last Children Of The Raj

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ISBN : 9780857714220
Genre : History
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What was it like to be a child of the British Raj in India, and to leave an often exciting and exotic Indian childhood in what must have seemed like a golden age, for the duration of a destructive war? And then to return to an India which had changed radically, often tragically, and for the good? What was it really like to be part of expatriate life behind the scenes of Paul Scott's `Jewel in the Crown'?_x000D_ _x000D_ In `Last Children of the Raj', Laurence Fleming, like Mark Tully, one of the `last children', brings together a vivid and delicately-etched collection of individual memories of children born between 1914 and 1940 who spent their childhood and adolescence in British India and the Princely States. Here is a unique entry-point into British and Indian cultural and social history during the last and momentous period of the British Raj - the period of world war, Partition, accompanied by such violent and tragic blood-letting, and the birth of independent India and Pakistan. _x000D_ _x000D_ Here are details of family traditions with deep roots in the Indian sub-continent, of going to school in India and back in Britain, of deep friendships and relationships with British and Indian children and with those who served the Raj. There are accounts of huge journeys and adventures available only in Indian childhoods. Here there is so much to be gleaned about fathers' careers, including the `Heaven-born' - the Indian Civil Service - or members of the professional and technical services who mapped and developed India, or about fathers in the Indian Army and British army in India, or in commerce and industry. There is an awareness, perhaps beneath the surface, of questions of colour and race. _x000D_ _x000D_ Mark Tully writes movingly in his introduction that although `our parents lived as a separate race they were Anglo-Indians, in that they were touched by India'. And returning to India, immediately after the Second World War or later, was to `come home'.
Category: History

Journal Of A Lady Of Quality

Author : Janet Schaw
ISBN : 9781429016940
Genre : Travel
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Alexander and Janet Schaw, Scottish siblings, began a journey in 1774 that would take them from Edinburgh to the Caribbean Islands and then to America. Part of the early wave of Scottish colonization, the pair visited family and friends who had already established themselves in the colonies. ""Journal of a Lady of Quality"" is Janet Schaw's account of this voyage through letters to a friend in Scotland. The letters describe the sights, scenery, and social life she encountered, but they also reveal the political atmosphere of an America on the verge of revolution. Stephen Carl Arch provides a new introduction for this Bison Books edition.
Category: Travel

Revenge Of The Second Son

Author : Sara Orwig
ISBN : 9781552546536
Genre : Fiction
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Millionaire Nick Ransome was just the type of man heiress Julia Holcomb had been warned to avoid. And when she found out he was after her family's company, she knew their mutual attraction was destined for disaster. Yet Nick's seductive ways had her agreeing to a weekend getaway…then a passionate affair. For Julia, there was no place for business in the bedroom. And for Nick, love—like business—was an all-or-nothing proposition. Would she be the object of Nick's revenge once he learned she would never give him what he really wanted?
Category: Fiction

Pregnant With The First Heir

Author : Sara Orwig
ISBN : 9781552545997
Genre : Fiction
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All Matt Ransome knew was that some penniless stranger was carrying his dead brother's child. And any Ransome heir was going to be raised in the family tradition of wealth and power—whether its mother liked it or not. Olivia Brennan let the arrogant, infuriating Texan drag her off to his sprawling ranch, on condition that he marry her—in name only—to give her child a father. But the wildfire heat that blazed between them made her wonder if she could keep her own bargain….
Category: Fiction

Beyond Holy Russia

Author : Michael Hughes
ISBN : 9781783740123
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This biography examines the long life of the traveller and author Stephen Graham. Graham walked across large parts of the Tsarist Empire in the years before 1917, describing his adventures in a series of books and articles that helped to shape attitudes towards Russia in Britain and the United States. In later years he travelled widely across Europe and North America, meeting some of the best known writers of the twentieth century, including H.G.Wells and Ernest Hemingway. Graham also wrote numerous novels and biographies that won him a wide readership on both sides of the Atlantic. This book traces Graham’s career as a world traveller, and provides a rich portrait of English, Russian and American literary life in the first half of the twentieth century. It also examines how many aspects of his life and writing coincide with contemporary concerns, including the development of New Age spirituality and the rise of environmental awareness. Beyond Holy Russia is based on extensive research in archives of private papers in Britain and the USA and on the many works of Graham himself. The author describes with admirable tact and clarity Graham’s heterodox and convoluted spiritual quest. The result is a fascinating portrait of a man who was for many years a significant literary figure on both sides of the Atlantic.
Category: Biography & Autobiography