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The Emperor Tea Garden

Author : Nazli Eray
ISBN : 9780815652076
Genre : Fiction
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"The Emperor Tea Garden" is a vividly engaging fantasy romance told on several different levels that transcend time, place, gender, and even species. In this enchanted space, the boundaries between life and death, dream and reality, and here and there are all blurred. The eponymous tea garden is one whose customers are mostly deceased, mostly in love, and mostly fade away with the dawn. Eray captivatingly investigates the concepts of love, passion, and loyalty. For example, the narrator exchanges places with Night for a night, and a young man who has committed suicide in the name of love gets to leave his grave and be reunited with his paramour. Eray presents an underlying theme in which love can conquer even death itself.
Category: Fiction

The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries Omnibus 1

Author : Charlaine Harris
ISBN : 9780575096486
Genre : Fiction
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THE AURORA TEAGARDEN MYSTERIES: An omnibus edition of Roe Teagarden's adventures! Aurora Teagarden loves reading about famous murderers - until she finds herself investigating a real-life killing spree! The first four novels in the Aurora Teagarden mysteries series. Lawrenceton, Georgia, may be a growing suburb of Atlanta, but it's still a small town at heart. Librarian Aurora Teagarden - Roe - grew up there, and she reckons she knows everything about her fellow townsfolk, including which ones share her interest in the darker side of human nature. This omnibus edition contains four novels: Real Murders (book 1); A Bone to Pick (book 2); Three Bedrooms, One Corpse (book 3); The Julius House (book 4)
Category: Fiction

The Tea Garden

Author : Dorothy Baker-Hush
ISBN : 9781514454046
Genre : Fiction
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While Sarah is penning these words: I. Sarah Emma Boswell. with sound mind. on zhr day April 2, 1900, do solemnly bequeath my undying love and devotion to- her childhood frienc Andrew, whom she plans to marry when she grows up. her father is downstairs in his study arranging her marriage to a man who will save him from financial ruin. On her wedding day, the day after her fourteenth birthday a month later, she is taken to Wyndmeyer House, a mansion shrouded in mystery. There endures an abusive, controlling relationship that ultimately ends in tragedy five years later. Her determination to survive is a testament to the strength and courage of a young woman in early nineteen hundred faced with adversity she had no control over.
Category: Fiction

Tribes Education And Gender Question

Author : Sanjay K. Roy
ISBN : 8172111975
Genre : India
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Despite 58 years experimentation with the policy of protective discrimination and planned development a large majority of the 80.2 million tribal people languish in abject poverty, landlessness, powerlessness, illiteracy and malnutrition. Being caught in the hangover of the strong patriarchic tradition the women of nearly 700 marginalized tribal communities find themselves highly exploited, subjugated and voiceless. The present book, first of its kind on tribes living in northern districts of West Bengal (popularly known as North Bengal), explores the areas of subjugation of tribal life and particularly that of the tribal women and analytically presents the case of tribal women in a tea garden locale in the Dooars region of Jalpaiguri district. The focus of the study has been education, i.e. how the tribes in general and tribal women in particular are doing in the field of education. The field of education is chosen because it is generally considered the most important force of empowerment, enlightenment and social transformation and because it provides us with a field to explore the areas of gender discrimination subsumed in tribal patriarchy. The book has approached the problem of tribal education and the gender question in education against the backdrop of the dialectics of dominant-subordinate relationship between the state and the dominant society on the one hand and the marginalized tribes on the other. The uniqueness of the book lies in its critical approach to the state-sponsored development strategies and its emphasis on a ‘cultural approach’ for a better understanding of the problem and for working out alternative development strategies for improving the educational status of the tribal communities. Sanjay K. Roy, Reader, Department of Sociology, North Bengal University, West Bengal, had his Ph. D. from Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, and pursued post-Doctoral research at the University of Sussex (UK) and University of Wollongong (Australia). Dr Roy has edited a volume on Refugees and Human Rights (2001) and contributed a good number of research papers to the leading journals, volumes and to national and international seminars/workshops. His areas of interest include sociological theories, urban poor, refugee studies, political sociology and gender studies. Dr Roy has completed a number of research projects; the latest being Gender Profile of Tribes of North Bengal, which has been carried out for the Centre for Women’s Studies, North Bengal University.
Category: India

Himalayan Tea Garden

Author : David Wilson Fletcher
ISBN : MINN:31951001681923Y
Genre : Darjeeling (India : District)
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Category: Darjeeling (India : District)

Labour In Tea Gardens

Author : Manas Das Gupta
ISBN : UOM:39015042395288
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Study Is About The Continuity And Change In The Conditions Of The Labourers In Darjeeling, Duars And Terai Tea Gardens - Changes In The Economic Conditions Have Been As Important As The Continuities - 9 Chapters Including Conclusion - Index - Covers Apects Such As Migration To Tea Areas - Conditions In Pre-Independence Days - Trade Union Movements - Structural Changes In The Management - Women Labour - Government Attitude - Welfare Measures Etc. Condition As Good As New.
Category: Business & Economics