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En Memoriam

Author : Tami Veldura
ISBN : 9781941319062
Genre : Fiction
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Paul has seen Victor before, he just can’t remember where. The rush of fear in his stomach when Victor glances his way is familiar. Paul knows the slant of his smile. There’s nothing safe here, but when Victor offers to meet over coffee, Paul is swayed by this sense of knowing. Victor’s touch feels like an old lover. His hands have been here before. Paul is sure he once learned something Victor is trying to hide. His hair stands on end whenever Victor gives him attention, like his body reacting to danger that his mind can’t recall. He’s not sure uncovering more is a good idea but he craves what Victor might give him. Paul wants to know why he longs for Victor’s voice. He dreams about conversations they’ve never had. He desires a darkness he’s never seen before. They met only once, but this longing is too intense. Victor is keeping secrets, Paul just can’t remember them. Expanded from Mile High Vampire, a reader favorite flash story previously published in the collection Fanged. En Memoriam stands alone

Song Of The Simple Truth

Author : Julia de Burgos
ISBN : 9780810132955
Genre : Poetry
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Song of the Simple Truth (Canción de la verdad sencilla) is the first bilingual edition of Julia de Burgos' complete poems. Numbering more than 200, these poems form a literary landmark—the first time her poems have appeared in a complete edition in either English or Spanish. Many of the verses presented here had been lost and are presented here for the first time in print. De Burgos broke new ground in her poetry by fusing a romantic temperament with keen political insights. This book will be essential reading for lovers of poetry and for feminists.

In Memoriam

Author : Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson
ISBN : 0393979261
Genre : Poetry
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Tennyson s central poem is presented with an extensive introduction that provides background information on the poet and poem as well as an overview of In Memoriam s formal and thematic peculiarities, including Tennyson s use of the stanza and the poem s rhyme scheme."

M Tullii Ciceronis Orationes With A Commentary

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ISBN : BML:37001102551798
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M Tulli Ciceronis Orationes

Author : Marcus Tullius Cicero
ISBN : PRNC:32101008414813
Genre : Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin
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Murder In Memoriam

Author : Didier Daeninckx
ISBN : 9781612191478
Genre : Fiction
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On the evening of October 17, 1961 twenty-thousand Algerians marched in Paris in defiance of and in protest against a curfew imposed by Maurice Papon, chief of the Paris Metropolitan Police. The protesters were met with ferocious and uninhibited violence. Eleven-thousand were arrested; more than one thousand injured; as many as three hundred were killed, many of them thrown into the Seine, from which their bodies were later recovered. In recreating the scene of the atrocities in Murder in Memoriam, his controversial alarum first published in 1984, Didier Daeninckx introduces a fictional observer of the riot, Roger Thiraud, a middle-aged history teacher in a public school, only steps from his home and his waiting, pregnant wife. In the first few minutes of the demonstration, he will be assassinated, in cold blood, by a member of the anti-terrorist secret police. For nearly forty years after October 1961, France would deny the killings. Upon the independence of Algeria in 1962 an amnesty put its perpetrators safely beyond prosecution. The records were buried. In 1981, Bernard Thiraud, Roger's son, is researching the archives in Toulouse, intent on completing his father's history of his birthplace, Drancy, now notorious as the site of a detention and transit camp from which Jews were deported to Auschwitz. One afternoon, after leaving the town hall, he too is murdered -- the victim of what appears to investigating officers to be a professional killing. When inspector Cadin of the Toulouse prefecture learns of the unsolved murder of the young man's father, he suspects a connection. But why would anybody want to kill two bourgeois, politically unconnected history teachers? Didier Daeninckx has located the link between the two murders in the history that France had yet to confront -- in its colonial racism and its complicity in genocide. Daeninckx made this connection in fiction, deliberately provoking its acknowledgment in fact. Murder in Memoriam anticipated by more than a decade the shocking revelations provided by the exposure, trial, and conviction of Maurice Papon -- the Parisian chief of police in 1961, and the never-named villain whose real crimes, unrevealed at the time of its first publication, haunt this account -- for crimes against humanity; for his part in the administration of the deportation of the Jews from Bordeaux to Auschwitz. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Estudios De Derecho Civil En Memoria De Fernando Hinestrosa Tomo Ii Contratos

Author : Emilssen González de Cancino
ISBN : 9789587721171
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El tomo II, esta consagrado exclusivamente a la materia de los contratos, pone en evidencia ese nuevo derecho de contratos que, con base en criterios éticos de solidaridad, trata de darles una nueva dimensión a esos principios tradicionales –como el de pacta sunt servanda o el de relatividad–, dentro de una moderna visión de contrato que, más que como un acto que resuelve intereses contrapuestos, lo entiende como un acto de colaboración, fulcro jurídico de la disposición cooperativa que preside la actividad humana y el sentido más profundo y enaltecedor de la vida asociada. Tiene el lector en sus manos un libro que cumple con el objetivo de rendir homenaje a un Maestro con el rigor académico que lo caracterizó.

Children Spaces And Identity

Author : Margarita Sánchez Romero
ISBN : 9781782979388
Genre : Social Science
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How do children construct, negotiate and organize space? The study of social space in any human group is fraught with limitations, and to these we must add the further limits involved in the study of childhood. Here specialists from archaeology, history, literature, architecture, didactics, museology and anthropology build a body of theoretical and methodological approaches about how space is articulated and organized around children and how this disposition affects the creation and maintenance of social identities. Children are considered as the main actors in historic dynamics of social change, from prehistory to the present day. Notions on space, childhood and the construction of both the individual and the group identity of children are considered as a prelude to papers that focus on analyzing and identifying the spaces which contribute to the construction of children’s identity during their lives: the places they live, learn, socialize and play. A final section deals with these same aspects, but focuses on funerary contexts, in which children may lose their capacity to influence events, as it is adults who establish burial strategies and practices. In each case authors ask questions such as: how do adults construct spaces for children? How do children manage their own spaces? How do people (adults and children) build (invisible and/or physical) boundaries and spaces?


Author : Marcus Tullius Cicero
ISBN : BSB:BSB10244311
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In Memoriam Scholar S Choice Edition

Author : Alfred Tennyson
ISBN : 1296230260
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