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Sneak
Author: Evan Angler
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1400321425
Pages: 288
Year: 2012-09-03
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“Apocalyptic dystopian fiction at its best. Angler’s sharp wit and dexterity with political themes are matched only by the thrilling suspense on every page.” —Lis Wiehl, New York Times bestselling author and FOX News correspondent In a future United States under the power of a charismatic leader, everyone gets the Mark at age thirteen. The Mark lets citizen shop, go to school, and even get medical care—but without it, you are on your own. Few refuse to get the Mark. Those who do . . . disappear. Logan Langly went in to get his Mark, but he backed out at the last minute. Now he’s on the run from government agents who will stop at nothing to capture him. But Logan is on a mission to find and save his sister, Lily, who disappeared five years ago on her thirteenth birthday, the day she was supposed to receive her Mark. Logan and his friends, a group of dissenters called the Dust, discover a vast network of the Unmarked, who help them travel safely to the capital city where Lily is imprisoned. Along the way, the Dust receives some startling information from the Markless community, opening their eyes to the message of Christianity and warning that humanity is now entering the End of Days. When the Dust finally arrives in the capital, it seems that all their careful planning is useless against a government that will do anything to bend its citizens to its will. Can the gentle words Logan has found in a tattered, banned Bible really stand against the most powerful military the world has ever known? Can Logan even sacrifice his own freedom, choosing to act through faith alone?
How to Form a Library
Author: Henry B. Wheatley
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 373265267X
Pages: 148
Year: 2018-04-05
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Reproduction of the original: How to Form a Library by Henry B. Wheatley
Bibliotheca Britannica: Subjects
Author: Robert Watt
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Year: 1824
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Exclusion from Public Space
Author: Daniel Moeckli
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107154650
Pages: 578
Year: 2016-07-14
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This book explores the implications of banning people from public space for the rule of law, fundamental rights, and democracy.
The Sword of Judith
Author: Kevin R. Brine, Elena Ciletti, Henrike Lähnemann
Publisher: Open Book Publishers
ISBN: 1906924155
Pages: 511
Year: 2010
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The Book of Judith tells the story of a fictitious Jewish woman beheading the general of the most powerful imaginable army to free her people. The parabolic story was set as an example of how God will help the righteous. Judith's heroic action not only became a validating charter myth of Judaism itself but has also been appropriated by many Christian and secular groupings, and has been an inspiration for numerous literary texts and works of art. It continues to exercise its power over artists, authors and academics and is becoming a major field of research in its own right. The Sword of Judith is the first multidisciplinary collection of essays to discuss representations of Judith throughout the centuries. It transforms our understanding across a wide range of disciplines. The collection includes new archival source studies, the translation of unpublished manuscripts, the translation of texts unavailable in English, and Judith images and music.
Learning and the Market Place
Author: Ian Maclean
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9047428943
Pages: 471
Year: 2009-06-17
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These essays on the learned book in Early Modern Europe investigate the transmission of knowledge and the operation of the book market from the point of view of its major participants: authors, editors, publishers, readers and bibliographers.
Whitaker's Books in Print
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Progress in Language
Author: Otto Jespersen
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027277168
Pages: 382
Year: 1993-11-19
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Progress in Language, first published in 1894, dates from fairly early in Otto Jespersen's (1860-1943) academic career; it already contains many of the essentials of his argument against the prevailing mode of 19th-century linguistic thought which he maintained until the end of his life. As James D.McCawley writes in the Introduction:"Much of the fascination of reading this long out-of-print classic lies in seeing its relationship to Jespersen's long and distinguished subsequent career: seeing how much importance he already attached to variation in language, how tightly his views on linguistic change were already integrated with his views on synchronic grammar, how intransigently sociolinguistic his thinking about language change was (...), and how vast a collection he had already amassed of English examples illustrating even very subtle details of phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics."
New Proficiency Testbuilder Student Book + Key Pack
Author: Harrison M., Consultant in Emergency Medicine Mark Harrison
Publisher: MacMillan
ISBN: 0230436927
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Year: 2013-01-02
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Another title in this popular series of 'Tests that teach', designed to help improve students' exam performance and increase language competence at Proficiency level. Fully Revised for the Cambridge ESOL Proficiency 2013 exam, there is now an option to buy this testbuilder to include access to Macmillan Practice Online.
Literary Trials
Author: Ralf Grüttemeier
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 150130318X
Pages: 208
Year: 2016-01-28
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From the 19th century onwards, famous literary trials have caught the attention of readers, academics and the public at large. Indeed it is striking that more often than not, it was the texts of renowned writers that were dealt with by the courts, as for example Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary and Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal in France, James Joyce's Ulysses and Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer in the US, D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover in Great-Britain, up to the more recent trials on Klaus Mann's Mephisto and Maxim Biller's novel Esra in Germany. By bringing together international leading experts, Literary Trials represents the first step towards a systematic discussion of literary trials on a global scale. Beginning by first reassessing some of the most famous of these trials, it also analyses less well-known but significant literary trials. Special attention is paid to recent developments in the relationship between literature and judicature, pointing towards an increasing role for libel and defamation in the societal demarcation of what literature is, and is not, allowed to do.
The Rings of Saturn
Author: W. G. Sebald
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 081122130X
Pages: 304
Year: 2016-11-08
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"The book is like a dream you want to last forever" (Roberta Silman, The New York Times Book Review), now with a gorgeous new cover by the famed designer Peter Mendelsund The Rings of Saturn—with its curious archive of photographs—records a walking tour of the eastern coast of England. A few of the things which cross the path and mind of its narrator (who both is and is not Sebald) are lonely eccentrics, Sir Thomas Browne’s skull, a matchstick model of the Temple of Jerusalem, recession-hit seaside towns, wooded hills, Joseph Conrad, Rembrandt’s "Anatomy Lesson," the natural history of the herring, the massive bombings of WWII, the dowager Empress Tzu Hsi, and the silk industry in Norwich. W.G. Sebald’s The Emigrants (New Directions, 1996) was hailed by Susan Sontag as an "astonishing masterpiece perfect while being unlike any book one has ever read." It was "one of the great books of the last few years," noted Michael Ondaatje, who now acclaims The Rings of Saturn "an even more inventive work than its predecessor, The Emigrants."
Swipe
Author: Evan Angler
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 140031836X
Pages: 275
Year: 2012-04
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In a world where everyone must be Marked in order to gain citizenship and participate in society, a group of youngsters who questions the system struggles to identify the true enemy--while pursuing a group of Markless teenagers.
Notes for a Romantic Encyclopaedia
Author: Novalis
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791480704
Pages: 320
Year: 2012-02-01
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The first English translation of Novalis’s unfinished notes for a universal science, Das Allgemeine Brouillon.
In 1926
Author: Hans Ulrich GUMBRECHT, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674038045
Pages: 505
Year: 2009-06-30
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In this thoroughly innovative work, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht evokes the year 1926 through explorations of such things as bars, boxing, movie palaces, hunger artists, airplanes, hair gel, bullfighting, film stardom and dance crazes. From the vantage points of Berlin, Buenos Aires, and New York, the reader is allowed multiple itineraries, ultimately becoming immersed in the activities, entertainments, and thought patterns of the citizens of 1926.
Index Veterinarius
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Year: 1998
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