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On Undefended Flesh

Author : Shana Shine
ISBN : 0955953111
Genre : Hungarians
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Category: Hungarians

Reave The Just And Other Tales

Author : Stephen R. Donaldson
ISBN : 9781101637517
Genre : Fiction
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Stephen R. Donaldson's unique talents have placed his work alongside that of J.R.R. Tolkien and established him as a writer with the rare ability to expand readers' imaginations. Now he presents a magnificent new collection of eight stories and novellas--three of which have never before been published. This outstanding volume commences with the fablelike title story, "Reave the Just," which highlights one of Donaldson's favorite themes: the individual's power to overcome adversity. This collection also introduces the morbid, soul-taking hero of "Penance," the mysterious beggar woman in the dark fairy tale "The Woman Who Loved Pigs," and the pampered antihero forced to make a choice between virtue and vice in "The Djinn Who Watches Over the Accursed." Boasting exotic settings and suspense fueled by sudden plot twists, Reave the Just and Other Tales is a testament to Stephen R. Donaldson's talent to spin unforgettably spellbinding stories, and the astonishing scope of his mastery of magic and myth.
Category: Fiction

Cry Father

Author : Benjamin Whitmer
ISBN : 9781476734361
Genre : Fiction
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In the gothic tradition of Cormac McCarthy and Larry Brown comes a haunting story about men, their fathers, their sons, and the legacy of violence. For Patterson Wells, disaster is the norm. Working alongside dangerous, desperate, itinerant men as a tree clearer in disaster zones, he’s still dealing with the loss of his young son. Writing letters to the boy offers some solace. The bottle gives more. Upon a return trip to Colorado, Patterson stops to go fishing with an old acquaintance, only to find him in a meth-induced delirium and keeping a woman tied up in the bathtub. In the ensuing chain of events, which will test not only his future but his past, Patterson tries to do the right thing. Still, in the lives of those he knows, violence and justice have made of each other strange, intoxicating bedfellows. Hailed as “the next great American writer” (Frank Bill, author of Crimes in Southern Indiana), Benjamin Whitmer has crafted a literary triumph that is by turns harrowing, darkly comic, and wise.
Category: Fiction

Harnessing The Power Of The Criminal Corpse

Author : Sarah Tarlow
ISBN : 9783319779089
Genre : History
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This open access book is the culmination of many years of research on what happened to the bodies of executed criminals in the past. Focusing on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, it looks at the consequences of the 1752 Murder Act. These criminal bodies had a crucial role in the history of medicine, and the history of crime, and great symbolic resonance in literature and popular culture. Starting with a consideration of the criminal corpse in the medieval and early modern periods, chapters go on to review the histories of criminal justice, of medical history and of gibbeting under the Murder Act, and ends with some discussion of the afterlives of the corpse, in literature, folklore and in contemporary medical ethics. Using sophisticated insights from cultural history, archaeology, literature, philosophy and ethics as well as medical and crime history, this book is a uniquely interdisciplinary take on a fascinating historical phenomenon.
Category: History


Author : E M Forster
ISBN : 9781444737202
Genre : Fiction
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As Maurice Hall makes his way through a traditional English education, he projects an outer confidence that masks troubling questions about his own identity. Frustrated and unfulfilled, a product of the bourgeoisie he will grow to despise, he has difficulty acknowledging his nascent attraction to men. At Cambridge he meets Clive, who opens his eyes to a less conventional view of the nature of love. Yet when Maurice is confronted by the societal pressures of life beyond university, self-doubt and heartbreak threaten his quest for happiness.
Category: Fiction

Bartolom De Las Casas

Author : Lawrence A. Clayton
ISBN : 9781139510462
Genre : History
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The Dominican priest Bartolomé de las Casas (1485–1566) was a prominent chronicler of the early Spanish conquest of the Americas, a noted protector of the American Indians and arguably the most significant figure in the early Spanish Empire after Christopher Columbus. Following an epiphany in 1514, Las Casas fought the Spanish control of the Indies for the rest of his life, writing vividly about the brutality of the Spanish conquistadors. Once a settler and exploiter of the American Indians, he became their defender, breaking ground for the modern human rights movement. Las Casas brought his understanding of Christian scripture to the forefront in his defense of the Indians, challenging the premise that the Indians of the New World were any less civilized or capable of practising Christianity than Europeans. Bartolomé de las Casas: A Biography is the first major English-language and scholarly biography of Las Casas' life in a generation.
Category: History

The Case Of The Flesh Eating Bacteria

Author : Michelle Faulk, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9780766039452
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"Learn about different diseases that affect the skin, such as measles and the chicken pox"--
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Fatal Revenant

Author : Stephen R. Donaldson
ISBN : 1101208783
Genre : Fiction
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The instant New York Times bestseller, and the return of the Thomas Covenant series? ?a landmark fantasy saga.?(Entertainment Weekly) In the most eagerly-awaited literary sequel in years, Linden Avery, who loved Thomas Covenant and watched him die at the end of Book Six, has returned to the Land in search of her kidnapped son, Jeremiah. As Fatal Revenant begins, Linden watches from the battlements of Revelstone while the impossible happens?riding ahead of the hordes attacking Revelstone are Jeremiah and Covenant himself, apparently very much alive. But Covenant is strangely changed?
Category: Fiction

Pugin A Mediaeval Victorian

Author : Michael Trappes-Lomax
ISBN : WISC:89054436860
Genre : Architects
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Six Of Swords

Author : Carole Nelson Douglas
ISBN : 0552126829
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Author : Edward Morgan Forster
ISBN : IND:30000107643177
Genre : Gay men
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Written during 1913 and 1914, Maurice deals with the then unmentionable subject of homosexuality. More unusual, it concerns a relationship that ends happily.
Category: Gay men

Four Plays Of Aeschylus

Author : Aeschylus
ISBN : IND:32000002992420
Genre : Play,Greek
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Russian Eyes On American Literature

Author : S. A. Chakovskiĭ
ISBN : UOM:39015020857127
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Americans long have been fascinated by Russians and have wished to know their real appraisals of American culture and their judgments of literature free from the tint of party politics. In the past such information about Soviet criticism of American literature was hard to come by. Now, in the age of glasnost, perestroika, and the debacle of the old order, comes this unique volume, a post-Soviet collection of essays about American literature written especially for American readers by some of the foremost literary critics of the former U.S.S.R. In association with the A. M. Gorky Institute of World Literature in Moscow the University Press of Mississippi offers this exciting collection in which eyes from Russia appraise the American literary mainstream as well as favorite masters in American literature. It is the first cooperative venture between the institute and an American university press. No longer influenced entirely by the perspectives of socialist realism or the guidelines of political ideology, these critics take fresh and stimulating approaches to things literary in America and demonstrate an intellectual independence that will be revealing to specialists and general readers alike. Addressing a great variety of general topics and specific authors, and translated from the Russian language, Russian Eyes on American Literature includes views on the secular literary tradition in Colonial times, character in American fiction, the individual and the community in the modern novel, and neoconservatism in writings of the 1980s, as well as careful focus upon such masters as Hawthorne, Melville, Twain, Eliot, O'Neill, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Nabokov, and Faulkner. Here Americans can see themselves as Russian eyes perceive them through the prisms of literature.
Category: Literary Criticism