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The Fugitive

Author : David Pierson
ISBN : 0814336108
Genre : Performing Arts
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A social, cultural, historical, and institutional analysis of the classic original series The Fugitive.
Category: Performing Arts

The Fugitive King

Author : Elizabeth Rice Handford
ISBN : 087398269X
Genre : Bible
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The Fugitive

Author : J. M. Dillard
ISBN : 0582417937
Genre : Children's stories, English
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A one-armed man kills Dr Richard Kimble's wife, but the police believe Kimble killed her and arrest him. Kimble escapes and goes searching for the real killer, but Detective Gerard is hunting Kimble and wants him dead or alive.
Category: Children's stories, English

Following The Fugitive

Author : Bill Deane
ISBN : 9781476607566
Genre : Performing Arts
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The Fugitive made its debut on ABC on September 17, 1963. Over the next four seasons, the show enjoyed enormous commercial and critical success. Millions of fans followed the heroic exploits of Dr. Richard Kimble (David Janssen) as he eluded police lieutenant Philip Gerard (Barry Morse) and doggedly pursued the killer of his wife, the notorious one-armed man. The four-year television run was a commercial and critical success and the 1993 movie of the same name sparked renewed interest in the show. The coverage is episode-by-episode: title, cast lists, director, writer, original airdate, and a comprehensive plot synopsis.
Category: Performing Arts

The Fugitive S Properties

Author : Stephen M. Best
ISBN : 0226241114
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this study of literature and law before and since the Civil War, Stephen M. Best shows how American conceptions of slavery, property, and the idea of the fugitive were profoundly interconnected. The Fugitive's Properties uncovers a poetics of intangible, personified property emerging out of antebellum laws, circulating through key nineteenth-century works of literature, and informing cultural forms such as blackface minstrelsy and early race films. Best also argues that legal principles dealing with fugitives and indebted persons provided a sophisticated precursor to intellectual property law as it dealt with rights in appearance, expression, and other abstract aspects of personhood. In this conception of property as fleeting, indeed fugitive, American law preserved for much of the rest of the century slavery's most pressing legal imperative: the production of personhood as a market commodity. By revealing the paradoxes of this relationship between fugitive slave law and intellectual property law, Best helps us to understand how race achieved much of its force in the American cultural imagination. A work of ambitious scope and compelling cross-connections, The Fugitive's Properties sets new agendas for scholars of American literature and legal culture.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Fugitive Poets

Author : William Pratt
ISBN : 9781461632788
Genre : Poetry
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The indispensable anthology of poetry from the Fugitive group, this collection chronicles the impact of literary modernism on these Southern poets as their region took a “backward glance” before coming to terms with the modern world. Southern Classics Series.
Category: Poetry

The Fugitive S Gibraltar

Author : Kathryn Grover
ISBN : 1558497609
Genre : History
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An investigation of one city's emergence as a safe haven for fugitive slaves.
Category: History

The Fugitive

Author : Raunak Todarwal
ISBN : 9789381836521
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At some point of time in life, we are all confused. We think about our purpose of existence. What are we really born to do? Every human is born with a talent; what is my talent? What is my true passion? When we are stuck with this question and we donÕt get answers, we end up following the crowd. We become a common man. We no longer live to realize our passion; we live only to earn money. In other words, everyday we exist, not live...AbhinavÕs story was similarÉtill something happened...something that changed everything... Forever!
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The Fugitive

Author : Rabindranath Tagore
ISBN : 9781596050556
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Rabindranath Tagore was born to a Brahmin family in Calcutta and through his writings became the literary voice of India. He developed a following for his work in Bengali, but he became a worldwide sensation after the English translation of his poem Gitanjali caught the attention of W.B. Yeats. He toured the world and became known for his spiritual and artistic presence and global views that bridged the East and West. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913, the first non-Western writer to achieve such an honor. In addition to poetry, Tagore also wrote short stories, plays, novels, and essays, and many of his paintings hang in museums. He also founded a school, Visva Bharati, which combined Hindu and Western influences. Tagore loved music, and two of his songs became the national anthems for India and Bangladesh. The Fugitive is one example of his artistic powers: We came hither together, friend, and now at the cross-roads I stop to bid you farewell. Your path is wide and straight before you, but my call comes up by ways from the unknown. I shall follow wind and cloud; I shall follow the stars to where day breaks behind the hills; I shall follow lovers who, as they walk, twine their days into a wreath on a single thread of song, "I love."
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Fugitive

Author : Massimo Carlotto
ISBN : 9781609451738
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of Death’s Dark Abyss and The Goodbye Kiss comes an extraordinary tale of life on the run. Massimo Carlotto’s odyssey began in 1976 when, as a member of a militant leftwing organization that had fallen awry of the ruling powers, he was arrested and falsely accused of murder. Unwilling to play the role of fall guy in a political power struggle, he chose to flee the country rather than wait for a verdict that the whole country knew was a foregone conclusion. He first went into hiding in the French underworld and then made his way to a Mexico embroiled in bloody class conflict. Betrayed by a Mexican lawyer, he returned to Italy in 1985 and spent six years in prison, during which time the “Carlotto case” became Italy’s most famous legal fiasco. Carlotto was finally freed with a presidential pardon in 1993. Subsequently, his case helped bring about significant changes to the Italian criminal code to ensure that similar judicial travesties would never happen again. The Fugitive is the first book that Carlotto wrote as a free man. It tells his story with verve and humor. Virtually a handbook on how to live life on the run, The Fugitive is also a vibrant novel full of vivid underworld characters and breathtaking moments that Carlotto recounts in the cool, lucid prose that has become his trademark.
Category: Fiction