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Dr No Heroes And Villains

Author : Ian Fleming
ISBN : 1784873756
Genre : Intelligence service
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Dr Julius No is a man with a mysterious past. Nobody knows what secrets are hidden on his Caribbean island, and all those who have attempted to investigate further have disappeared. When two British agents go missing in Jamaica, Bond is sent to investigate. Battling the Doctor's twin obsessions with power and pain, he uncovers the true nature of his opponent's covert operation - but he must undergo a deadly assault course before he can destroy the Doctor's plans once and for all.
Category: Intelligence service

No Heroes No Villains

Author : Steven J. Phillips
ISBN : 9780307434463
Genre : Social Science
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On June 28, 1972 in a South Bronx subway station, John Skagen, a white off-duty policeman on his way home, suddenly and without apparent provocation, ordered James Richardson, a black man on his way to work, to get against the wall and put his hands up. Richardson had a gun, and the two exchanged shots. In the melee that followed, Skagen was fatally wounded by a cop who rushed to the scene. In the ensuing trial, William Kunstler handled Richardson's defense and the author of this book, then assistant district attorney, prosecuted the case. Here is a first-hand, behind-the-scenes account of every step of the proceedings. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Social Science

Dr No

Author : Ian Fleming
ISBN : 9781448139309
Genre : Fiction
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Dr Julius No is a man with a mysterious past. Nobody knows what secrets are hidden on his Caribbean island, and all those who have attempted to investigate further have disappeared. When two British agents go missing in Jamaica, Bond is sent to investigate. Battling the Doctor's twin obsessions with power and pain, he uncovers the true nature of his opponent's covert operation - but he must undergo a deadly assault course before he can destroy the Doctor's plans once and for all.
Category: Fiction

Heroes Villains And Conflicts

Author : Peter Francis Kenny
ISBN : 9781514443774
Genre : History
File Size : 61.67 MB
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Over many centuries, the world has been gripped by warfare, and from this chaos there have risen many heroes and villains. This book takes a look at various individuals and their deeds, including the year and place of birth (wherever possible). Their ranks range from the lowliest Private soldier to Field Marshals. They have been decorated in some cases for their actions, and the student of history will be stunned to discover just how they acted. Some of these have included ancient leaders such as Emperors, and their various campaigns covered most of Europe and also the Middle East.
Category: History

Media And Society

Author : Arthur Asa Berger
ISBN : 0742553841
Genre : Social Science
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Media and Society is a lively, illustrated introduction to the role that mass media--and the messages and texts they carry--play in our lives and our society. Arthur Asa Berger explores the time we spend with media, media aesthetics, ethics, audiences, media effects, technologies, violence and sexuality in media, and ownership. Media and Society helps us understand the relationship between consumers and media--the books, television, radio, magazines, web sites, video games, newspapers, movies, and other mass media we encounter every day. --Publisher.
Category: Social Science

The Formulas Of Popular Fiction

Author : Anna Faktorovich
ISBN : 9780786474134
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"Anna Faktorovich has written an impressive study of genre writing. It is comprehensively informative and enticing on an intellectual level and simultaneously encouraging and useful to those embarking on a writing career. Formulaic authorship is not as creatively rewarding as producing Lolita or King Lear, but those future Luke Skywalkers and Harry Potters will pay the rent."--Robert Hauptman, editor, Journal of Information Ethics. This book creates a taxonomy for the major bestselling fictional genres: romance (e.g., authors Heyer, Cartland, Woodiwiss and Roberts), religious and inspirational (Corelli and Douglas), mystery and detective (Conan Doyle, Christie and Mankell), and science fiction, horror and fantasy (Wells, Tolkien, Orwell, Niven, King and Rowling). Chapters look at a genre from its roots to its most recent works. The structural patterns in the plot, characters and setting of these genres are then explained. The book also provides a critique of currently popular hyper-formulaic, hack, unliterary writings that have multiplied in recent decades. Special topics such as the publishing oligopoly and the resulting homogeneity among bestselling works and the steady movement from literary to unliterary fiction are also examined.
Category: Literary Criticism

Heroes Villains And Velodromes Chris Hoy And Britain S Track Cycling Revolution

Author : Richard Moore
ISBN : 9780007351688
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Fully updated to include the extraordinary scenes at London 2012, where Hoy won two more gold medals to bring his total to six and overtake Sir Steve Redgrave, this is the story of Britain's greatest ever Olympian.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

New Society

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ISBN : IND:30000093226888
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Corridors Of Deceit

Author : Peter Wolfe
ISBN : UOM:39015014194446
Genre : Literary Criticism
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John le Carr is viewed by many critics as one of the best spy and espionage novel writers. His most famous works are The Spy Who Came in from the Cold; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy; and The Little Drummer Girl. Peter Wolfe has produced an informative study of le Carr’s works, showing how le Carr’s five years in the Service (British Intelligence) helped him become a keen observer, social historian, and expert in bureaucratic politics. He has supplanted the technological flair marking much of today's spy fiction with moral complexity and psychological depth. He shows us what spies are like, how they feel about spying, and how spying affects their minds and hearts.
Category: Literary Criticism

Bullies Bastards And Bitches

Author : Jessica Morrell
ISBN : UCSC:32106019658548
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Provides instruction for creating villains, antagonists, dark heroes, and other evil characters through helpful tips that explore their purpose to the story and useful examples from contemporary bestsellers. Original. 10,000 first printing.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines