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Indecent Danger

Author : Olivia Jaymes
ISBN : 9780986102981
Genre : Fiction
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Travis Anderson is the picture of success. Handsome, sexy, and rich he could have pretty much any woman he wants. Sadly, the only ones he seems to find think that size matters. The size of his wallet, that is. He needs a woman to love him for himself. Aubrey Grayson just might be the one he’s hoped for. Aubrey thinks Travis is an amazing man, with or without his fortune. Growing up in foster care, she learned to appreciate the simple things in life. She’s happy going on a picnic and watching the sunset. No wallet needed. So when Travis takes her on an elegant weekend getaway in Florida, she doesn’t care about the beautiful gowns and fancy jewels. What she does care about is bumping into the hateful man from her past who decides it would be fun to tell Travis all the shameful secrets she has tried so hard to hide. When she finds a dead body, Aubrey quickly becomes a suspect and has to come clean to Travis about everything. Nothing in the world could be worse than admitting the whole sordid story… unless it’s being branded a killer. But there’s no way Travis is going to allow Aubrey to go to prison for a murder she didn’t commit. If he has to catch the real killer himself, that’s just what he’ll do.

The Most Dangerous Book

Author : Kevin Birmingham
ISBN : 9781784080716
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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THE SUNDAY TIMES LITERARY NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR 2014. THE ECONOMIST BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2014. For more than a decade, the book now considered the most important novel in the English language was illegal to sell, advertise or import. Its author lived in exile;his supporters on the edge of the law. THE MOST DANGEROUS BOOK tells the painful yet exhilarating story of how Joyce's ULYSSES was conceived, written, published, burned, acclaimed and excoriated before taking its place as a masterpiece of world literature.

Law And The Arts

Author : Hofstra University
ISBN : 0313308055
Genre : Art
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This interdisciplinary study examines the relationships between law and the humanities. On the one side, chapters focus attention on legal restraints in the media, censorship of the arts, copyright protection on the Internet, and artists' rights in the past and in the present cyberspace era. On the other, the role played by law in literature and the theatre is explored, and one essay examines the architectural design of the U.S. Supreme Court and how its architect fit into political history.

The Revised Statutes Of The State Of Illinois

Author : Harvey Bostwick Hurd
ISBN : STANFORD:36105064244994
Genre : Law
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Indecent Exposure

Author : Nicole Nolan Sidhu
ISBN : 9780812292688
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Men and women struggling for control of marriage and sexuality; narratives that focus on trickery, theft, and adultery; descriptions of sexual activities and body parts, the mention of which is prohibited in polite society: such are the elements that constitute what Nicole Nolan Sidhu calls a medieval discourse of obscene comedy, in which a particular way of thinking about men, women, and household organization crosses genres, forms, and languages. Inviting its audiences to laugh at violations of what is good, decent, and seemly, obscene comedy manifests a semiotic instability that at once supports established hierarchies and delights in overturning them. In Indecent Exposure, Sidhu explores the varied functions of obscene comedy in the literary and visual culture of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England. In chapters that examine Chaucer's Reeve's Tale and Legend of Good Women; Langland's Piers Plowman; Lydgate's Mumming at Hertford, Troy Book, and Fall of Princes; the Book of Margery Kempe, the Wakefield "Second Shepherds' Play"; the Towneley "Noah"; and other works of drama, Sidhu proposes that Middle English writers use obscene comedy in predictable and unpredictable contexts to grapple with the disturbances that English society experienced in the century and a half following the Black Death. For Sidhu, obscene comedy emerges as a discourse through which writers could address not only issues of gender, sexuality, and marriage but also concerns as varied as the conflicts between Christian doctrine and lived experience, the exercise of free will, the social consequences of violence, and the nature of good government.

Fragile Minds And Vulnerable Souls

Author : Sarah L. Leonard
ISBN : 9780812246704
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Fragile Minds and Vulnerable Souls investigates the creation of "obscene writings and images" as a category of print in nineteenth-century Germany. Sarah L. Leonard charts the process through which texts of many kinds—from popular medical works to stereoscope cards—were deemed dangerous to the intellectual and emotional lives of vulnerable consumers. She shows that these definitions often hinged as much on the content of texts as on their perceived capacity to distort the intellect and inflame the imagination. Leonard tracks the legal and mercantile channels through which sexually explicit material traveled as Prussian expansion opened new routes for the movement of culture and ideas. Official conceptions of obscenity were forged through a heterogeneous body of laws, police ordinances, and expert commentary. Many texts acquired the stigma of immorality because they served nonelite readers and passed through suspect spaces; books and pamphlets sold by peddlers or borrowed from fly-by-night lending libraries were deemed particularly dangerous. Early on, teachers and theologians warned against the effects of these materials on the mind and soul; in the latter half of the century, as the study of inner life was increasingly medicalized, physicians became the leading experts on the detrimental side effects of the obscene. In Fragile Minds and Vulnerable Souls, Leonard shows how distinctly German legal and medical traditions of theorizing obscenity gave rise to a new understanding about the mind and soul that endured into the next century.

The Index

Author : Francis Ellingwood Abbot
ISBN : UOM:39015012320159
Genre : Religion
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Legal Counselor And Form Book

Author : Charles Augustine Hawkins
ISBN : HARVARD:HL4P9X
Genre : Business law
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Miriam Martha And Sapphira

Author : Godsword Godswill Onu
ISBN : 9782765910299
Genre : Religion
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One thing that is peculiar about these three women is that they were people of God who either made mistakes or sinned against God; and they became known for their mistakes or/and sins. Miriam was a prophetess. However, one day, she (with Aaron) spoke against Moses. Martha herself was a woman who loved Jesus Christ to the extent of welcoming her into her house. But Martha, instead of becoming interested in the Words and Teaching of Jesus Christ, became so much committed with too much serving, maybe trying to get Jesus Christ and His Disciples happy and comfortable; and she missed the better part of being or staying with Jesus Christ. Sapphira was a Christian woman, who allowed the devil to get her, because of greed and love money. And she went ahead to lie to Apostle Peter, unknown to her that she was lying to God.

The Revised Statutes Of The State Of Illinois 1899

Author : Illinois
ISBN : STANFORD:36105064245199
Genre : Law
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