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|Author||: Christine Feehan|
|Total Pages||: 400|
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Danger lurks in the shadows and desire shimmers in the sultry heat in this novel of the Leopard people from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan… When Saria Boudreaux finds a dead body in the Louisiana bayou near her home, her first instinct is to go to the police. But there’s a problem—it looks like the victim may have been killed by a big cat, and her brothers are all shape-shifting leopards. Sent to investigate by the land’s owner, leopard shifter Drake Donovan is ready for anything—except the insatiable hunger that rocks him when he meets Saria. Deep in his soul he knows that she is destined to be his mate. Torn between protecting her brothers and finding the truth, Saria treads warily around the powerful shifter. Yet as they venture deep into the mysterious bayou on a hunt for the killer, Saria finds herself longing for Drake’s touch and the sweet release of surrender...
The Representation of the Savage in James Fenimore Cooper and Herman Melville
|Author||: Anna Krauthammer|
|Publsiher||: Peter Lang|
|Total Pages||: 134|
|Genre||: African Americans in literature|
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Since the seventeenth century, ethnicity has been the central issue in the American search for a national identity. The articulation of this issue can clearly be seen in the representation of non-white others in the literature of the nineteenth century, specifically in the works of James Fenimore Cooper and Herman Melville. This book examines how both Cooper and Melville manipulated literary images of Native Americans, African Americans, and other non-Europeans, thus revealing how America created the image of the savage - by which it was alternately attracted and repulsed - as a way of defining its own identity.
|Author||: Patrick B. Sharp|
|Publsiher||: University of Oklahoma Press|
|Total Pages||: 286|
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Revisiting the racial origins of the conflict between “civilization” and “savagery” in twentieth-century America The atomic age brought the Bomb and spawned stories of nuclear apocalypse to remind us of impending doom. As Patrick Sharp reveals, those stories had their origins well before Hiroshima, reaching back to Charles Darwin and America’s frontier. In Savage Perils, Sharp examines the racial underpinnings of American culture, from the early industrial age to the Cold War. He explores the influence of Darwinism, frontier nostalgia, and literary modernism on the history and representations of nuclear weaponry. Taking into account such factors as anthropological race theory and Asian immigration, he charts the origins of a worldview that continues to shape our culture and politics. Sharp dissects Darwin’s arguments regarding the struggle between “civilization” and “savagery,” theories that fueled future-war stories ending in Anglo dominance in Britain and influenced Turnerian visions of the frontier in America. Citing George W. Bush’s “Axis of Evil,” Sharp argues that many Americans still believe in the racially charged opposition between civilization and savagery, and consider the possibility of nonwhite “savages” gaining control of technology the biggest threat in the “war on terror.” His insightful book shows us that this conflict is but the latest installment in an ongoing saga that has been at the heart of American identity from the beginning—and that understanding it is essential if we are to eradicate racist mythologies from American life.
The Savage and Modern Self
|Author||: Robbie Richardson|
|Publsiher||: University of Toronto Press|
|Total Pages||: 258|
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The Savage and Modern Self examines the representations of North American "Indians" in novels, poetry, plays, and material culture from eighteenth-century Britain. Author Robbie Richardson argues that depictions of "Indians" in British literature were used to critique and articulate evolving ideas about consumerism, colonialism, "Britishness," and, ultimately, the "modern self" over the course of the century. Considering the ways in which British writers represented contact between Britons and "Indians," both at home and abroad, the author shows how these sites of contact moved from a self-affirmation of British authority earlier in the century, to a mutual corruption, to a desire to appropriate perceived traits of "Indianess." Looking at texts exclusively produced in Britain, The Savage and Modern Self reveals that "the modern" finds definition through imagined scenes of cultural contact. By the end of the century, Richardson concludes, the hybrid Indian-Brition emerging in literature and visual culture exemplifies a form of modern, British masculinity.
Complete Writings The breath of life
|Author||: John Burroughs|
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|Author||: Beecher, Henry Ward|
|Total Pages||: 554|
|Genre||: Congregational churches|
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Philosophical Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology
|Author||: August John Hoffman|
|Publsiher||: Lexington Books|
|Total Pages||: 230|
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Philosophical Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology explains how the topic of evolutionary psychology has developed from the contributions of philosophers such as Socrates, Plato, and Rene Descartes.
The Rhetoric Poetic and Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle Translated from the Greek By Thomas Taylor
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London and Westminster Review
|Total Pages||: 726|
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Let There Be Wisdom in Truth
|Author||: Asif Shakoor|
|Publsiher||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 326|
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This book was written in good faith. The hope for humanity is the spirit of poetry with revelation of wisdom in truth. The vision of truth is the moral wisdom of life’s existence. The footsteps of our journey walk us toward wisdom to take us deep into the world. Let There Be Wisdom In Truth is to honor all who have lost their lives to the COVID-19 pandemic. We live in the most uncertain of times. These poems speak for the nameless voices taken away from us, to be forever silenced by their unfortunate fate. The art of healing is the soul of wisdom. Let There Be Wisdom In Truth is our moral consciousness which binds us to humanity. The wisdom of poetry is the fragrance of love. Poetry is the light that burns in our soul to liberate us from our caged existence. My first book, Let There Be Light in Darkness opens our eyes to the great truth of Sufi poetry. The second book, Let There Be Wisdom In Truth, opens the mind to seek and search for meaning and purpose in our existence. The doors to wisdom are opened and truth enters as our most welcomed guest.
Ellen G White Review and Herald Articles Book III of IV
|Author||: Ellen G. White|
|Publsiher||: Lulu Press, Inc|
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FOR NEARLY 150 years, the Review and Herald has been the official church paper of the Seventh-day Adventist people. A paper, The Present Truth, was first printed in August 1849. In 1851 the name was changed to Second Advent Review and Sabbath Herald. Over the decades the church paper has carried a number of names, and as of 2012 it is simply Adventist Review. Our “church paper”actually preceded, by fourteen years, the official organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1863. From its inception, throughout her life, the messenger of the Lord, Ellen G. White, used the Review and Herald as one of the main avenues of communicating God’s counsels to His remnant people. During that sixty-six year span nearly 2,000 messages by God of direction, reproof, and inspiration were published in the Review and Herald. This present edition has all of her articles, published through 1915, unabridged in four volumes.
Chambers s Papers for the People
|Author||: William Chambers|
|Total Pages||: 524|
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Schiller s Poems and Plays
|Author||: Friedrich Schiller|
|Total Pages||: 942|
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The Anglican Pulpit of Today
|Author||: Edward White Benson (Archbishop of Canterbury)|
|Total Pages||: 490|
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The Supraconscience of Humanity
|Author||: Edward H. Strauch|
|Publsiher||: University Press of America|
|Total Pages||: 280|
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Humankind evolved through three psychological stages - subconscience, conscience and supraconscience. Ritual and myth, cosmology and theism marked phases of psychic integration, initiating our supraconscience evolution. Secular and humanistic developments reveal themselves to be the primary powers accelerating human evolution. Together, they have nurtured humankind's ever-evolving supraconscience.
|Author||: Vasily Sesemann|
|Total Pages||: 309|
|Genre||: Social Science|
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This work by Lithuania's most important philosopher Vasily Sesemann (1884-1963) is a European classic. Having been published in Lithuanian for the first time in 1970 (though written much earlier) it has now finally become accessible to an international public. Sesemann's Aesthetics is not only an extremely useful introduction to the discipline of aesthetics; it also engages in stimulating analyses of a whole range of subjects that remain of interest for the contemporary reader. Sesemann explains in a clear and systematic way almost all problems linked to aesthetic production and perception, providing inquiries into, for example, philosophical problems of space, tectonicity in architecture, and film. Sesemann's personal philosophical vision of aesthetic experience as well as of the ambiguity of aesthetic form makes this book a must for specialists in German and Eastern European interwar philosophy as well as in Russian Formalism.
Lippincott s Monthly Magazine
|Total Pages||: 732|
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