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King Lear Scene by Scene

King Lear Scene by Scene is a teacher’s companion guide to Shakespeare's play intended for use in lesson planning and in the classroom. It provides 74 teacher pointers which flag the key elements in the play. There are a further 171 questions to provoke student engagement and personal response. It is conveniently broken down into act and scene providing teachers with points to consider and questions for each scene. King Lear Scene by Scene is...

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Theorizing Patriarchy

Sylvia Walby provides an overview of recent theoretical debates - Marxism, radical and liberal feminism, post-structuralism and dual systems theory. She shows how each can be applied to a range of substantive topics from paid work, housework and the state, to culture, sexuality and violence, relying on the most up-to-date empirical findings. Arguing that patriarchy has been vigorously adaptable to the changes in women's position, and that...

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Pooped Puppies 2012 Wall

Pooped Puppies is a calendar guaranteed to melt the heart of even the grimmest Cruella de Ville. The full-color photography showcases a humorous and affectionate photographic essay on our best friend and captures the spirit and essence of puppydom at rest.

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Māksla nogalināt

LESLIE GLASS has worked in publishing and has written for a variety of media. She was a journalist at New York magazine and a short-story and feature writer for Cosmopolitan and Woman’s Own in Great Britain. A playwright and the author of the critically acclaimed mystery series featuring NYPD Detective Sergeant April Woo, Glass is also the author of Over His Dead Body. She lives in New York City and Sarasota, Florida....

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The Complete Dialogue with Darcy

The Complete Dialogue with DarcyEntertaining continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If the Darcys and Pemberley were real, Derbyshire would be the place to visit for several weeks.Many people in the Darcy family are falling in love right and left.Fathers has given consent to many young men, and family alliances are forged.Sad part was that Anne de Bourgh passed, leaving her free to attempt her will on others....

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Xaviera's Magic Mushrooms

Former prostitute and brothel keeper.She was born in Indonesia to a Jewish father and a Dutch mother. After world war II she moved to Amsterdam. She later moved to South Africa and New York city where she became a prostitute

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More Than Magic

Airdrie is the weird sister, the one who dreams forecasting dreams that scare the whole community of Whippoorwill Corners in 1940's Oklahoma. But to Gabe Cabot, community 'bad' boy and charmer, she's sweet, naïve and almost like a little sister to a man who has nothing but bad memories of his own family. But then Airdrie, who has been hopelessly in love with Gabe since she was sixteen, has a dream about him and knows that if she doesn't act...

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Hot Illustrations for Youth Talks 4

Even the greatest teachers know that nothing teaches like a great story. Which is why you re holding in your hands yet another collection of 100 stories, parables, and anecdotes for youth group talks--the fourth installment of the best-selling Hot Illustrations for Youth Talks series compiled by Wayne Rice. These imaginative, thoughtful, read- em-off-the-page yarns are perfect for bringing youth talks to life, whether your stage is Sunday...

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The Percolated Stars

This is the first full-length work I've read by Rhys Hughes and it is long overdue (the novel has sat on my shelves for ten years after buying it new, like so many other books). Anyway, as expected, it was totally bonkers.As I was reading I wondered how I might summarise the plot in this review. In some respects it's quite simple, in others...well, I decided to quote from the second section of the novel to demonstrate: "And so the chase...

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Tinta 2 Asyraf

Tahukah kita akan berada di akhirat berapa lama? Selama-lamanya.Tahukah kita berapa lama akan hidup di dunia ini? Katalah paling kuat pun sekitar 80 tahun. Jikalau lebih, bonuslah kiranya.Apabila kita bandingkan selama-lamanya dengan 80 tahun, di manakah harganya 80 tahun yang kita lalui? -Hilal AsyrafUstaz, mengapa apabila kita mahu buat baik, mesti ada orang yang mengutuk? Cakap kita ini kononnya mahu...

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Mind Maps for Business

Tony Buzan knows more than a little about Mind Maps after all, he did invent them! Often referred to as the the Swiss-army knife for the brain', Mind Maps are a ground-breaking, note-taking and mind-organising technique that has already revolutionised the lives of many millions of people around the world and taken the educational world by storm. Now Tony Buzan is sharing the powerful techniques of mind mapping with the business world to help...

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Fashion Inside Out

Haute couture, haute drama, hautely practical info . . . with a Project Runway favorite! From inspiration to execution, from first sketches to final styling, from developing a portfolio to defining a look, Fashion Inside Out combines practical information on fashion design with an intimate look at the fashion scene today. Project Runway finalist Daniel Vosovic reveals exactly how designers make dreams become fashion...

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Gin Tama, Vol. 2 (Gin Tama, #2)

Part 2, is just as amazing since now the thre friends are getting known. Thugs are started to be scred, people want a change and are helping u towards that change, so once again its really cool. In addition to Gintama not fighting with a wooden sword and not a real one O.o Its pretty weird and i wonder why. OH and i just remembered they get another memeber in the group who becomes a main chracter as well and shes just really insae when it comes...

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Brooklyn Girls (Brooklyn Girls, #1)

Fantastically funny, fresh and utterly relatable, Brooklyn Girls by Gemma Burgess is the first novel in her brand new series about five twenty-something friends—Pia, Angie, Julia, Coco and Madeleine—sharing a brownstone in hip, downtown Brooklyn, and discovering the ups and downs and ins and outs of their “semi-adult” lives. The first story belongs to sophisticated, spoiled, and stylish Pia, who finds herself completely unemployed, unemployable,...

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The Film Industry In Brazil

Opens an important door in analyzing the interplay of filmmakers, distributors, exhibitors, and the state in the development of the cinema as both an industry and an expression of national culture."--Hemisphere

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Born Too Short

What do you do if your best friend is Keith Livingston? Keith -- who practically needs a chart to keep track of his babes. Keith -- "the" stud/athlete/Adonis of Hannaford School in New York City.Well, for starters, if you're like Matt Greene, a 5'1" nerd who has never made out, you suffer.When Keith's eighth-grade musical, "Star Crossed," is a smash, Matt can't take it anymore. Blowing off steam on the corner of Eighty-first Street and...

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Molloy

Molloy is Samuel Beckett's best-known novel, and his first published work to be written in French, ushering in a period of concentrated creativity in the late 1940s which included the companion novels Malone Dies and The Unnamable. The narrative of Molloy, old and ill, remembering and forgetting, scarcely human, begets a parallel tale of the spinsterish Moran, a private detective sent in search of him, whose own...

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Nikki's Revenge

If there is one thing Nikki Palomar is sure of, it’s that she has cop blood running through her veins.Growing up, Nikki never knew what happened to her father, apart from one fact—he was killed on the job. Darwin Palomar has been a forbidden subject all her life, but all this has done is fuel her thirst for answers.Will Nikki find what she is looking for? Or will she discover the one thing her mother never wanted her to know? Joining the...

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Historias de Películas

En el campo del cine. Teoría del autor desarrollada por Cahiers du Cinema ha sido y sigue siendo respetable si se la aplica a quienes han dejado una clara marca personal en su obra: Eric Von Stroheim. Charles Chaplin. Carl T. Dreyer. Ingmar Bergirian o Robert Bresson. Em cambio la teoría falta si se la aplica a la totalidad del cine. y en especial al cine de Hollywood. Hay así películas que se deben esencialmente a su...

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Acerca del conocimiento científico y otros dogmas

"Willard Van Orman Quine (June 25, 1908 Akron, Ohio – December 25, 2000) (known to intimates as "Van"), was an American analytic philosopher and logician. From 1930 until his death 70 years later, Quine was affiliated in some way with Harvard University, first as a student, then as a professor of philosophy and a teacher of mathematics, and finally as an emeritus elder statesman who published or revised seven books in retirement. He filled the...

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The Sword & the Sheath (Khamsin Egyptian #5)

thobbing with sensual tension, i love Fatima's character passionate and fiery she is stonger than any man by going against prejudice and traditions of her tribe. though it irks be that she seems to loose some of her flame when she marries tarik - with out meaning to she seems more mild, her resistance no longer as strong. Tarik wants her and her alone as his queen. determined that she won't hurt herself or die protecting him, he swear that he...

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Naughty Girl

Digital Sheet Music of Naughty GirlComposed by: Angela Beyince;Beyonce;Donna Summer;Giorgio Moroder;Pete Bellotte;Robert Waller;Scott StorchPerformed by: Beyonce

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The Black Baroness (Gregory Sallust, #4)

In this exciting Scarlet Impostor story Dennis Wheatley takes as his background the seventy terrific days from Hitler's invasion of Norway in April to the surrender of the French in June. Gregory Sallust once more plays his part in adventure after adventure in Scandinavia the Low Countries and right through France; his adversary on this occasion being the Black Baroness the French associate of his old enemy Herr Gruppenfuhrer Grauber.

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Equality In Law Between Men And Women In The European Community

Equality in law between men and women in the European Community is an integral part of the EC's social policy and crucial to its economic and social cohesion. This 15-Volume Encyclopedia analyses the legal framework for equal opportunities which now exists in the Community due to the adoption of EC Directives on equal treatment, equal pay and social security, and to the work of the European Court of Justice in this area. It looks at how the EC...

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Public Lives, Private Pleasures

Genre: LGBT MulticulturalDescended from an old, very influential Virginia family with conservative views, Adrien has no desire to carry on the family's political tradition. Still, he's forced to hide his gay identity to protect the budding political career of his younger twin brother, Marsh, who wants to take up where their father, Senator Douglas Langtry, left off. There's no room for mistakes, no matter how much Adrien hates living that...

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Herbs

Beautifully designed and exquisitely photographed, this unique series showcases sensational recipes that exhibit the wonderful versatility of fruits and vegetables, fresh from the garden or greengrocer's basket.

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Westward Ho

Your students will love reading about the days when the West was truly wild. The Mexican-American War, the California Gold Rush, and the Louisiana Purchase were all significant parts of the history and growth of America. Westward Ho! explores these and other elements of westward expansion, such as buffalo soldiers, the Indian Wars, and homesteaders. Westward Ho! provides a look into many different aspects of life in the West, revealing details...

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Capital Punishment

Can it ever be acceptable for a humane society to put a human being to death? In this new volume in The Pilgrim Library of Ethics, a wide range of contributors, including recognized theologians, ethicists, and writers, explore all angles of the wrenching subject of capital punishment.Arguments often turn on how this form of justice functions within the larger social order. Retributionists argue that this extreme penalty is needed to restore...

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Only the Tips of Ozzy's Ears

When Ozzy the pig arrives, life on Amport Farm is turned upside down. Farmer Geoff soon discovers that as well as speaking perfect English and occasionally smoking a pipe, the newest addition to the piggery has a special talent for getting into mischief, and sweeping everyone else along with him. Join Ozzy, Geoff and friends as they hatch a plot to catch scrumpers, give the artful Sly a taste of his own medicine, and take ballroom dancing...

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Vampira

The new book from award-winning historian W. Scott Poole is a whip-smart piece of pop culture detailing the story of cult horror figure Vampira that actually tells the much wider story of 1950s America and its treatment of women and sex, as well as capturing a fascinating swath of Los Angeles history.In Vampire, Poole gives us the eclectic life of the dancer, stripper, actress, and artist Maila Nurmi, who would reinvent herself...

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Norbert's Spooky Night (Norbert the Horse, #5)

Norbert the horse is back with his silliest adventure to date! It is Halloween and Norbert the horse is scared. Convinced that, come nightfall, his field will be crawling with ghosts, witches and vampires, he sets out with his friends Colin the cuckoo and Delilah, the pretty pony from the next field, in search of somewhere safe to spend the night. Little do they know that they are embarking on a hair-raising adventure which will take...

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Sadomasochism

A book that dispels the myths about those who prefer to go beyond 'vanilla' sex, Sadomasochism: Powerful Pleasures is a comprehensive exploration of the entire sexual subculture that lies on the cutting edge of society. The mental health professions and society have marginalized people who practice sadomasochism (SM). This interdisciplinary collection dispels myths surrounding SM by bringing together leading scholars from the fields of...

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I Bought a Baby Chicken

Kelly Milner Halls specializes in high interest, well researched nonfiction for young readers.Her books include TALES OF THE CRYPTIDS, SAVING THE BAGHDAD ZOO, IN SEARCH OF SASQUATCH and ALIEN INVESTIGATION.But she is also an avid YA fan and loves realistic fiction including GIRL MEETS BOY, the anthology she edited for Chronicle (January 2012).Her first short story is in that anthology.She hopes it won't be her last.When she's not writing or...

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Melody's Crush & Melody's Heart (Young Adult Romance)

THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THIS BOOK!If you have time after reading the book, please leave your review. Thank you SO much! MELODY'S CRUSH18 year old Melody Jenkins has spent the last 3 years of high school crushing on one guy, Jake Kensington, who sees her as no more than a sister from another mister and best friend. Not wanting to risk their friendship, Melody has kept her crush a secret and her emotions in check whenever she’s...

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Mrtva voda

Pavao Pavličić rođen je 16. kolovoza 1946. godine u Vukovaru gdje je završio osnovnu školu i gimnaziju. Na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu diplomirao je poredbenu književnost i talijanski jezik, a doktorirao je 1974. tezom iz područja metrike (Sesta rima u hrvatskoj književnosti).Od 1970. g. zaposlen je na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu gdje je i danas redoviti profesor na Odsjeku za komparativnu...

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The Female Romantics

The nineteenth century is sometimes seen as a lacuna between two literary periods. In terms of women’s writing, however, the era between the death of Mary Wollstonecraft and the 1860s feminist movement produced a coherent body of major works, impelled by an ongoing dialogue between Enlightenment ‘feminism’ and late Romanticism. This study focuses on the dynamic interaction between Lord Byron and Madame de Staël, Lady Morgan, Mary Shelley...

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You Are Cyborg

Hari Mohan Nath Kunzru (born 1969) is a British novelist and journalist, author of the novels The Impressionist, Transmission and My Revolutions. Of mixed English and Kashmiri Pandit ancestry, he grew up in Essex. He studied English at Wadham College, Oxford University, then gained an MA in Philosophy and Literature from Warwick University. His work has been translated into twenty languages. He lives in East London.

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Bruce Gilden

A documentary artist in the tradition of street photographers such as Weegee, Bruce Gilden has a sharp eye for idiosyncracy. Unlike many other street photographers, Gilden often used his flash to make his subject aware that they were being photographed and draw them closer to his lens, much in the way that theater lighting draws the audience nearer to the actors on a stage. The resulting intimacy is rare of images largely set in urban locations...

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Super-Charlie & mormorsmysteriet

Super-Charlie flyger igen! Camilla Läckbergs lilla hjälte Super-Charlie har intagit barnhjärtan över hela Sverige. Detta är den tredje boken i serien.I den första boken gav Super-Charlie sin storebrors plågoandar på moppe. I uppföljaren Super-Charlie & gosedjurstjuven spårade han upp och räddade sin storasysters älskade mjukiskanin.Nu, i den tredje boken, bär...

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Neuroscience and Religion

For religious persons, the notion of human being is tied inextricably to the notion of God (or the gods) and turns on this question: what is human being? How did we, with our almost infinite capacities for thought, change, and domination, come to be? Imbued with powers far beyond any other animal, humans are too faulty to be considered gods themselves. Yet, the idea of God (or the gods) appears in all distinctive human cultures: it names the...

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Battlefields of the Civil War Vol 2

This riveting book, the sequel to Battlefields of the Civil War I, will take you on a ride back through time to the terrible days when men fought and died for causes they never really understood. On a dark day in 1861, the first shots of the Civil War crashed against the walls of Fort Sumter in South Carolina, thus setting in motion a chain of events that would tear the nation apart. For four years, the divided nation engaged in a...

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The Essence Of Art

What kind of advice was available to somebody wishing to embark upon oil painting in England between 1850 and 1900? This book offers a collection of Victorian instruction on how and what to paint, linked to crucial advice about art, its meaning and its relation to contemporary life, given mostly by practising artists, important and often popular in their time, but whose lectures and writings are long overdue for reappraisal: Leslie, Hamerton,...

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Everyday Heroes

Kurt and Win have spent their young lives protecting their alcoholic mother. When an accident leads to a devastating fire, they are catapulted into a media frenzy and Win becomes a reluctant hero. But the brothers harbor a terrible secret. Will Win choose family loyalty or listen to his conscience? Using video images to examine the power of the media to distort the truth, Everyday Heroes raises questions about the meaning of heroism and explores...

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Theories of Educational Leadership and Management

In this established text Tony Bush presents the major theories of educational management in relation to contemporary policy and practice, making clear the links between educational management theories and the main models of leadership. The author applies the models to a range of international contexts, including both developed and developing countries. New case study material has been added to this edition from the full range of education and...

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The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa

s/t: The Life-Story and Teaching of the Greatest Poet-Saint Ever to Appear in the History of BuddhismTibetans accord The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa a classic status comparable to that of the Mahabharata and the Bible, and revere its author as probably the best single exemplar of the religious life. Milarepa was an eleventh-century Buddhist poet and saint, a cotton-clad yogi who avoided the scholarly institutions of...

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Bright Young People

I would never have thought that anyone could write a book about the Jazz Age that could be so sleep-inducing! The author constantly goes into tedious detail where it is not warranted. The core group of the Bright Young People of London in the 1920's were the first people, via modern media, to be famous for being famous. They had no special talent or skills so how much can you write about them? (There were some people on the edge of this group,...

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Visions of the Life of Christ; Volume 2

Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich was a Roman Catholic Augustinian nun, stigmatic, mystic, visionary and ecstatic. The daughter of a peasant couple, Anne Catherine Emmerich worked as a seamstress and servant before entering an Augustinian convent in 1802 at age 28. Frail and pious, she became known for her ecstasies, visions of the supernatural and "conversations" with Jesus.After she became bedridden in 1813 she developed the...

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Candidate Without a Prayer

In this deeply revealing and engaging autobiography, Herb Silverman tells his iconoclastic life story. He takes the reader from his childhood as an Orthodox Jew in Philadelphia, where he stopped fasting on Yom Kippur to test God’s existence, to his adult life in the heart of the Bible Belt, where he became a legendary figure within America’s secular activist community and remains one of its most beloved leaders. Never one to shy from...

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The Official Rock 'n' Roll Guide to Marathon & Half-Marathon Training

Rock your run with The Official Rock ‘n’ Roll Guide to Marathon and Half-Marathon Training! This practical, encouraging guide makes preparing for marathon and half-marathon as rewarding as race day. With coaching advice, running workouts, and training programs from Coach Mario Fraioli, you’ll enjoy training and cross the finish line feeling great.Coach Mario will guide you from sign-up to finish line. With his expert advice,...

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Green Economics

This book's pluralistic, non-dogmatic, and committed investigation of the values of ecological sustainability, economic justice, and human dignity provides balanced analysis of environmental problems and their potential solutions.

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The Gospel of Liberation

Jürgen Moltmann is a German Reformed theologian. He is the 2000 recipient of the Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion.Moltmann's Theology of Hope is a theological perspective with an eschatological foundation and focuses on the hope that the resurrection brings. Through faith we are bound to Christ, and as such have the hope of the resurrected Christ ("Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy...

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Millionaire's Baby Bombshell

Catching each other's eyes at a glamorous party, Jennie Hunter and charismatic millionaire Alex Dangerfield knew instantly they were made for each other. One whirlwind romance and an idyllic spontaneous wedding later, Jennie thought all her dreams had come true! Until circumstances conspired against them....Now Alex is back, with an adorable motherless little girl in tow. And behind his once-sparkling eyes, Jennie can see Alex's despair. Mollie...

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La máquina de pensar en Gladys

Finalmente la primera recopilación de cuentos de Mario Levrero, de nuevo disponible en librerías. Con prólogo de su editor original, Marcial Souto.Historia sin retorno Nº 2Un perro, Campeón. Vivía solo con él y llegó a incomodarme. Lo llevé al bosque, lo dejé atado con una piola que pudiera romper con un poco de perseverancia y volví a casa.En un par de días lo...

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Part of the Solution

Margaret Randall is an American woman who lived in and was active in revolutionary activities in Mexico, Cuba, and Nicaragua among other countries. One of Randall's previous partners, Robert Cohen, wrote about a 50 page biography of Randall as an introduction to this book.I have read her autobiography and found this partner's perspective helpful and refreshing. Initially I disliked Cohen, who sounded patronizing and arrogant to me, but as I...

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The O'Dell File

The general public has never heard of Jack O’Dell. But many of those who worked with him in the fifties and sixties consider him the unsung hero of the Black Freedom Movement. Victor Navasky, the longtime editor of The Nation and author of the acclaimed book Kennedy Justice, drawing on secret government files and interviews with O'Dell himself, seeks to correct that historical oversight. O’Dell, at one time a close confidant of...

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Dangerous Curves

Selena Russo has won the coveted spot as a full-figured spokesmodel for the Rubenesque Romantix clothing line in Paris. When Selena starts getting hate mail, she ignores the warnings—models aren't known for their congeniality when they lose a big modeling gig. Especially a three-year, multimillion-dollar contract in the biggest ad campaign ever for curvy women.Logan's a recent ex-Navy SEAL with a war injury, and his ex CO asks him to...

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Ag Ar Br (Ar Ag Br), N3 (Nnn) (Ar Ag Br), N3 (Nnn) (Landolt Bornstein: Numerical Data And Functional Relationships In Science And Technology New Series)

With the advent of modern instruments and theories over the last decades, a considerable amount of spectroscopic information has been collected. The infrared, in particular, has seen extraordinary activity. Using Fourier transform interferometers and infrared lasers, accurate data have been measured, often with extreme sensitivity. These data have been analyzed, and accurate molecular parameters have been determined. Volume II/20, "Molecular...

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Dutch Island

An Excellent Mystery, Proceeds to a Worthy CauseCurt Weeden has outdone himself with his second mystery novel.His protagonist, Rick Bullock, finds himself knee-deep in murder victims, which he has to solve to prove his own innocence.Mr. Weeden does a masterful job of keeping the suspense going right up to the very end of the story.And one of his major heroes is a Parkinson's Disease victim who does much to solve the crimes, helping Rick...

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The 50 Movie Starter Kit

In this ebook exclusive, Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr introduces the fifty films every movie lover must know.This carefully curated list of great movies spans over a century of filmmaking, from the silent era to the last decade, from American favorites to international classics. Including recognized masterpieces such as "City Lights" and "Casablanca," as well as more recent movies like "Aliens" and "Fight Club," Burr has...

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Tjerita Wanita Termulia

Idrus adalah sastrawan kelahiran Padang 21 September 1921. Ia dikenal sebagai pengarang pembaharu prosa di kalangan angkatan '45.Setelah menamatkan SMT, ia menjadi redaktur Balai Pustaka di tahun 1943, kemudian bekerja sebagai Kepala Bagian Pendidikan Garuda Indonesia Airways tahun 1950-1952. Mahir menulis sketsa, kumpulan sketsanya Corat-coret di Bawah Tanah, ia buat pada masa pendudukan Jepang. Beberapa drama yang ditulisnya, Ave Maria...

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No Gentle Loving

He was ruthless beneath his charm And Helen chastised herself roundly for being taken in. Disappointment washed over her, as she realized how much she had wanted to like this handsome and wealthy hotelier. Dimitri Kastelli had given Helen an unusual welcome upon her arrival in Crete. Initially rude, he'd changed to the soul of friendliness, and she believed her two-month stay on the island, while she sought out her family roots,...

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Diagnosis of Aging Skin Diseases

A book that will be welcome to practising dermatologists everywhere, this fantastically useful new volume presents a visual encyclopedia of geriatric dermatoses that can be used by clinicians on rounds or in a reference environment. It provides a structured illustrated review of the various lesions encountered, which will make this an invaluable reference resource for all physicians dealing with older skin. It also places special emphasis on...

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Apples of Gold

“Once upon a time, many years ago, when true love walked hand in hand with kisses and promises, and decisions were made to last forever, two girls received a summons to appear before the governor.…” So begins the story of two sisters in a long-ago land who are presented with a precious gift. The governor wants the young women to protect and care for this gift until the return of his son, the prince of the land. Upon the prince’s...

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PAPER DOLLS

Special Investigator Carter VanDusen has been called to the small town of Victory Falls after eleven-year-old Emily Rose vanished inexplicably on Halloween night. The beloved girl's best friend and childhood crush, Landon, is the only key to unlock the mystery of what happened to her. When Landon is found wandering in a daze far from his home after the disappearance, he is clueless as to the events that took place or the whereabouts of Emily....

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Passion for the Heart of God

This is an important book. It was, above all, convicting. It will challenge you personally and challenges the evangelical church as a whole. It opened my eyes to the meta-narrative in Scripture of God's global goal to reach every people group on planet earth. This book will set a fire in the heart of a believer for reaching the world and place due importance on missions. Should also note the aesthetics of this book are down-right...

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The Listeners

A classic of science fiction, this book predicted and inspired the creation of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)—the organization dedicated to the search for extraterrestrial life. A tale of contact with alien life hailed by leaders of SETI organizations and today's leading science fiction authors as hugely influential, the story appeals to both science fiction readers and the hundreds of thousands of members of various SETI...

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Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman, 1746-47

Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield PC KG was a British statesman and man of letters.A Whig, Lord Stanhope, as he was known until his father's death in 1726, was born in London, and educated at Cambridge and then went on the Grand Tour of the continent. The death of Anne and the accession of George I opened up a career for him and brought him back to England. His relative James Stanhope, the king's favourite minister,...

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Environmentalism, Resistance and Solidarity

In the first detailed study of how a major environmental NGO works transnationally, Brian Doherty and Timothy Doyle examine the relationships between the 74 national organizations of Friends of the Earth International. Drawing from a rich mix of survey data, interviews, archival sources and access to internal meetings, they show how FoEI has developed a distinctive international environmentalism, which allows for the differences in context...

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Elude (Reave Series, #2)

Escaping is hard. Surviving is harder.Aster has lived a life of servitude for ten years, but now she is determined to be free. Countless Reapers stand between her and the gate to New Bethel, and more await just past the walls. She’s spent her life being invisible, but in a world full of assassins, becoming close to any of them only makes you a target for the rest. Every step she takes puts her in more danger, closer to Reapers with...

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The Devil's Cure

One man's blood could hold the key to curing cancer. That man is a death row killer. And he'll kill again rather than give it to you. How badly do you want it? David Haines sits on death row, imprisoned for murdering leading research doctors in the name of God. Meanwhile, the brilliant oncologist Dr. Laura Donaldson battles a disease that kills just as ruthlessly, and in an ironic twist of fate, Laura discovers that the murderer may hold within...

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Musical Improv Comedy

The best comedy improv singers know every trick in this book, a great addition to any performer's library. Clear, everyday language explains each element of an improvised song. Simple building blocks are combined with performance tips to raise a performer's musical improvisation to its highest level. The included CD, featuring cast members from ImprovOlympic West's hilarious Opening Night, The Improvised Musical, provides * examples * exercises...

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Against Nature

Jad Adams is a historian working as an author and an independent television producer. He has specialized in work on radical characters from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and 'the decadence' of the 1890s.

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Whina

Michael King was one of New Zealand's leading historians and biographers. In 2006 he was named one of 100 most important New Zealanders that have ever lived. He published more than 34 books in his lifetime. His last, The Penguin History of New Zealand, has sold more than 200,000 copies and is widely considered to be the definitive history of New Zealand. His work in literary biography - most notably Wrestling With the Angel, on the life of Janet...

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Marion Winik Live

One of the country's best known personal essayists, Marion Winik believes in telling the truth. Her award-winning personal essays tell secrets about herself, and describe the raw power of relationships, experiences and passions -- from her husband's suicide to a memorable late-night poetry reading from a swimming pool.

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Hydrometeorological Hazards

Science-policy interactions are gaining importance as reflected in international research projects and policies. This requires enhanced cooperation at international level and synergies which are not always put in place in practice. This book will highlight advances in science and policy in the area of hydrometeorological extreme events, and introduce further books of a series that will cover specifically different types of catastrophic...

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Fallstudien Zum Internationalen Management

In 57 realen Fallstudien werden die vielfachen Facetten der internationalen Unternehmenst tigkeit vorgestellt. Die didaktisch geschickt aufbereiteten Fallstudien decken die zentralen Bereiche des Internationalen Managements ab. Zu jeder Fallstudie geh ren neben der Problembeschreibung konkrete Fragen mit L sungshinweisen. In der 4. Auflage wurden zahlreiche Fallstudien durch neue und aktuelle Case Studies ersetzt; die verbleibenden wurden vollst...

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Her Marine (1 Night Stand, Always a Marine, #5)

Shannon Fabray is a sculpture artist and her love of the pure masculine body is demonstrated in every work of aesthetic art she creates. But her passion for the body doesn't extend into her personal life after a hellish experience in college left her with nowhere to turn but her work. After several criticisms about the lack of passion in her sculptures, Shannon is determined to face her fears and take desire by the balls. A one-night stand...

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コミュニケーションのための日本語 III ローマ字版テキスト -Japanese for Busy People III Romanized Version

In the ten years since its publication, Japanese for Busy People has won acceptance worldwide as an effective, easy-to-understand textbook, either for classroom use or for independent study. In this new edition, numerous revisions and additions have been made, taking into account the comments and responses of both students and teachers who have been using the course. In Book I, the revisions are directed at making the grammatical explanations...

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Watching Over Wilbur

"Watching over Wilbur" by author Jack Henderson tells the powerful story of two small-town American boys, one, a feisty Irishman, Keating O'Neil, and the other, an African American, Wilbur Washington. They find their separate life paths joined on the battlefields of Vietnam in a surreal, karmic dance that leads them each through temptation, addiction, greed, romance, and the vicissitudes of war. Both young soldiers are faced with life-and-death...

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Never Let Me Go

Alex Garland (born 1970) is a British novelist and screenwriter.Garland is the son of political cartoonist Nick (Nicholas) Garland. He attended the independent University College School, in Hampstead, London, and the University of Manchester, where he studied art history.His first novel, The Beach, was published in 1996 and drew on his experiences as a backpacker. The novel quickly became a cult classic and was made into...

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