Defeated Flesh

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ISBN: 0719056217
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 292
Author: Bertrand Taithe
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Download and read online Defeated Flesh in PDF and EPUB Defeated flesh dwells on the French defeat of 1870 and the socialist uprising of the Commune of Paris.. This is one of the first books to develop an in-depth, comparative analysis of the Franco-Prussian war and the Commune.. By looking at the history of the body and medicine it considers how the French people mobilised for the war effort and how their ultimate defeat had cultural and social consequences which led to the fin-de-siècle spirit.. Looking at the siege of Paris, the war suffering and rationing in an exceptionally harsh period of French history it revises the current debates on citizenship, centralisation and modern warfare.. Looking at many untouched sources, Taithe seeks to understand why 1870-1871 became such an important phase in the making of modern France.

A Most Peculiar Circumstance

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ISBN: 1410461718
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 513
Author: Jen Turano

Download and read online A Most Peculiar Circumstance in PDF and EPUB Private Investigator Theodore Wilder is on a mission to find Arabella Beckett, but this feisty suffragette may be more trouble than he bargained for! (romance).

Passion Pays

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ISBN: 1427653801
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 270
Author: Genevieve De Lacaze
Publisher: Aardvark Global Publishing Company

Download and read online Passion Pays in PDF and EPUB Passion Pays is about how the world of work is changing and how to embrace it. In this timely, breakthrough book, Genevieve de Lacaze, aka GenieCoach, takes a personal and societal approach to put Passion in a whole new light: the heart-rooted energy that drives us to inspire and create a better future for ourselves, our businesses, our communities and humanity. Blending humor, motivation, understanding and straight talk, Genevieve leads us on a rewarding four-stage journey filled with enlightening games and stories, provocative questions, hard-hitting points and practical wisdom. Genevieve personally interviewed 30 inspiring men and women, from diverse backgrounds and passions, to feature as real-life exemplars of how passion pays. Get inside the minds of people like you, who are making a living doing what they love, and learn exactly how they do it.

Rizal the Dev Of National Consciousness

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ISBN: 9715741037
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Publisher: Goodwill Trading Co., Inc.

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Little Women and Werewolves

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ISBN: 0345522621
Release Date: 2010-05-04
Number of pages: 416
Author: Louisa May Alcott
Publisher: Del Rey

Download and read online Little Women and Werewolves in PDF and EPUB A literary landmark—the original, suppressed draft of the classic novel! Little Women is a timeless classic. But Louisa May Alcott’s first draft—before her editor sunk his teeth into it—was even better. Now the original text has at last been exhumed. In this uncensored version, the March girls learn some biting lessons, transforming from wild girls into little women—just as their friends and neighbors transform into vicious, bloodthirsty werewolves! Here are tomboy Jo, quiet Beth, ladylike Amy, and good-hearted Meg, plus lovable neighbor Laurie Laurence, now doomed to prowl the night on all fours, maiming and devouring the locals. As the Civil War rages, the girls learn the value of being kind, the merits of patience and grace, and the benefits of knowing a werewolf who can disembowel your teacher. By turns heartwarming and blood-curdling, this rejuvenated classic will be cherished and treasured by those who love a lesson in virtue almost as much as they enjoy a good old-fashioned dismemberment. Includes the original letter from Alcott’s editor, telling her not to even think about it! From the Trade Paperback edition.

The First Wall Street

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ISBN: 0226910296
Release Date: 2010-04-15
Number of pages: 218
Author: Robert E. Wright
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Download and read online The First Wall Street in PDF and EPUB When Americans think of investment and finance, they think of Wall Street—though this was not always the case. During the dawn of the Republic, Philadelphia was the center of American finance. The first stock exchange in the nation was founded there in 1790, and around it the bustling thoroughfare known as Chestnut Street was home to the nation's most powerful financial institutions. The First Wall Street recounts the fascinating history of Chestnut Street and its forgotten role in the birth of American finance. According to Robert E. Wright, Philadelphia, known for its cultivation of liberty and freedom, blossomed into a financial epicenter during the nation's colonial period. The continent's most prodigious minds and talented financiers flocked to Philly in droves, and by the eve of the Revolution, the Quaker City was the most financially sophisticated region in North America. The First Wall Street reveals how the city played a leading role in the financing of the American Revolution and emerged from that titanic struggle with not just the wealth it forged in the crucible of war, but an invaluable amount of human capital as well. This capital helped make Philadelphia home to the Bank of the United States, the U.S. Mint, an active securities exchange, and several banks and insurance companies—all clustered in or around Chestnut Street. But as the decades passed, financial institutions were lured to New York, and by the late 1820s only the powerful Second Bank of the United States upheld Philadelphia's financial stature. But when Andrew Jackson vetoed its charter, he sealed the fate of Chestnut Street forever—and of Wall Street too. Finely nuanced and elegantly written, The First Wall Street will appeal to anyone interested in the history of the United States and the origins of its unrivaled economy.

The Crown and the Crucible The Russians Book 1

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ISBN: 9781441229748
Release Date: 2015-10-13
Number of pages: 412
Author: Michael Phillips
Publisher: Baker Books

Download and read online The Crown and the Crucible The Russians Book 1 in PDF and EPUB Amid the turbulence of prerevolutionary Russia, the lives of two families become inextricably entwined. When Anna Burenin leaves her tiny village to work in St. Petersburg, she is thrust into the life of the spoiled Princess Katrina Fedorcenko. Soon both peasant and princess will face the prospect of their beloved Russia being torn apart.

A Change of Fortune Ladies of Distinction Book 1

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ISBN: 9781441260505
Release Date: 2012-11-01
Number of pages: 320
Author: Jen Turano
Publisher: Baker Books

Download and read online A Change of Fortune Ladies of Distinction Book 1 in PDF and EPUB Lady Eliza Sumner is on a mission. After losing her family, her fiance, and her faith, the disappearance of her fortune is the last straw. Now, masquerading as Miss Eliza Sumner, governess-at-large, she's determined to find the man who ran off with her fortune, reclaim the money, and head straight back to London. Much to Mr. Hamilton Beckett's chagrin, all the eyes of New York society--all the female ones, at least--are on him. Unfortunately for all the matchmaking mothers and eligible daughters, he has no plans to marry again, especially with his hands full keeping his business afloat and raising his two children alone. When Eliza's hapless attempts to regain her fortune put her right in Hamilton's path, sparks instantly begin to fly. The discovery of a common nemesis causes them to join forces, but with all their plans falling by the wayside and their enemies getting the better of them, it will take a riot of complications for Hamilton and Eliza to realize that God just might have had a better plan in mind all along. "Set in New York City circa 1880, Turano's historical romance has witty dialogue, a spunky heroine, a bounty of humor, and a fast-paced plot. There are wonderful secondary characters, too, including an ankle-biting boy, a relentlessly matchmaking mother, and a full cast of despicable villains. A Change of Fortune will make a delightful addition to any library." --Booklist (starred review) "Turano's charming story of losing and gaining both wealth and love in 1880s New York City will certainly please fans of witty and classic romance stories."--RT Book Review "[A] delightfully lighthearted debut novel."--Desert News

Designing Your Dream Home

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ISBN: 9781418566098
Release Date: 2008-04-15
Number of pages: 386
Author: Doe Lang
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Download and read online Designing Your Dream Home in PDF and EPUB You can have the home of your dreams! This comprehensive guide walks you through every decision and addresses all the details that most homeowners don't even know to consider. In this step-by-step, room-by-room handbook, Susan Lang considers every aspect of your homebuilding or remodeling project, such as how to Hire the right architect, interior designer, and builder Design each room to perfectly fit your family's lifestyle Plan ahead so all your storage needs are met Determine the perfect placement for light fixtures, switches, and electrical outlets Save money by avoiding costly design revisions or building change orders You'll find helpful forms and checklists that will keep you organized and assist you in clarifying your needs. And if you're worried that building your dream home might turn into a nightmare, Designing Your Dream Home covers the most common mistakes that homeowners make and shows you how to avoid them. Susan Lang has thought of everything, so you won't have to.

Ghosts of Empire

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ISBN: 9780747599418
Release Date: 2011-08-15
Number of pages: 465
Author: Kwasi Kwarteng
Publisher: A&C Black

Download and read online Ghosts of Empire in PDF and EPUB This fascinating book shows how the later years of the British Empire were characterised by accidental oversights, irresponsible opportunism and uncertain pragmatism

The Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek

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ISBN: 0195218515
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 270
Author: James Morwood
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online The Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek in PDF and EPUB This text gives clear, concise and easily understood explanations of all the key points of Ancient Greek grammar. Features such as study tips and a glossary ensure students have all the support they need to help their language learning.

Human Rights and Transnational Solidarity in Cold War Latin America

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ISBN: 9780299291136
Release Date: 2013-03-29
Number of pages: 305
Author: Jessica Stites Mor
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pres

Download and read online Human Rights and Transnational Solidarity in Cold War Latin America in PDF and EPUB With the end of the global Cold War, the struggle for human rights has emerged as one of the most controversial forces of change in Latin America. Many observers seek the foundations of that movement in notions of rights and models of democratic institutions that originated in the global North. Challenging that view, this volume argues that Latin American community organizers, intellectuals, novelists, priests, students, artists, urban pobladores, refugees, migrants, and common people have contributed significantly to new visions of political community and participatory democracy. These local actors built an alternative transnational solidarity from below with significant participation of the socially excluded and activists in the global South. Edited by Jessica Stites Mor, this book offers fine-grained case studies that show how Latin America’s re-emerging Left transformed the struggles against dictatorship and repression of the Cold War into the language of anti-colonialism, socioeconomic rights, and identity.

Death of an Empire

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ISBN: 9781429990264
Release Date: 2011-08-16
Number of pages: 352
Author: Robert Booth
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online Death of an Empire in PDF and EPUB SALEM has long been notorious for the witch trials of 1692. But a hundred years later it was renowned for very different pursuits: vast wealth and worldwide trade. Now Death of an Empire tells the story of Salem's glory days in the age of sailing, and the murder that hastened its descent. When America first became a nation, Salem was the richest city in the republic, led by a visionary merchant who still ranks as one of the wealthiest men in history. For decades, Salem connected America with the wider world, through a large fleet of tall ships and a pragmatic, egalitarian brand of commerce taht remains a model of enlightened international relations. But America's emerging big cities and westward expansion began to erode Salem's national political importance just as its seafaring economy faltered in the face of tariffs and global depression. With Salem's standing as a world capital imperiled, two men, equally favored by fortune, struggled for its future: one, a progressive merchant-politician, tried to build new institutions and businesses, while the other, a reclusive crime lord, offered a demimonde of forbidden pleasures. The scandalous trial that followed signaled Salem's fall from national prominence, a fall that echoed around the world in the loss of friendly trade and in bloody reprisals against native peoples by the U.S. Navy. Death of an Empire is an exciting tale of a remarkably rich era, shedding light on a little-known but fascinating period of Ameriacn history in which characters such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, John Quincy Adams, and Daniel Webster interact with the ambitious merchants and fearless mariners who made Salem famous around the world.

Addiction Treatment Homework Planner

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ISBN: 9780470498699
Release Date: 2009-06-03
Number of pages: 384
Author: James R. Finley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Introduction to Programming with Greenfoot

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ISBN: 9780134054483
Release Date: 2015-03-09
Number of pages: 250
Author: Michael Kolling
Publisher: Pearson

Download and read online Introduction to Programming with Greenfoot in PDF and EPUB This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. For courses in programming and computer science. Hands-on Programming with Greenfoot Introduction to Programming with Greenfoot: Object-Oriented Programming in Java with Games and Simulations teaches the basics of Java computer programming languages in the context of Greenfoot. Readers are able to learn the general fundamentals and principles of programming by creating their very own fun and interesting games and simulations. Major concepts are conveyed in modern, object-oriented programming language through hands-on, practical activity that allows readers to create, observe, and play. The Second Edition employs a unique approach that teaches by doing--concepts are often explained after readers have had a chance to engage in interactive examples. Because of its uniquely hands-on approach in the context of the Greenfoot environment, Introduction to Programming with Greenfoot makes programming a fun, interactive subject for readers to enjoy.