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The Facts Of A King From A Queens Perspective Vol 2

Author : Sheba Brown
ISBN : 9781794775466
Genre : Family & Relationships
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As the author, I chose to play the part of the Narrator that the King may understand the perception from a Queen's view! Misery, what can we say about this treachery of emotions that assassinates our families and embraces the enemy called lies? This criminal called misery has stolen everything from the Queens palace including her King. The misery of the King makes him depressed, isolated, and withdrawn.

The Lives Of The Kings Queens Of England

Author : Antonia Fraser
ISBN : 0520224604
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Examines the history of the British royalty from 1066 to the present, including biographical sketches and tidbits of information on such interesting figures as Lady Jane Grey and Henry VIII.

The Annual Register Or A View Of The History Politics And Literature For The Year

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ISBN : PRNC:32101076875341
Genre : History
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A Brief History Of British Kings Queens

Author : Mike Ashley
ISBN : 9781472117311
Genre : History
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Here is the whole of recorded British royal history, from the legendary King Alfred the Great onwards, including the monarchies of England, Scotland, Wales and the United Kingdom for over a thousand years. Fascinating portraits are expertly woven into a history of division and eventual union of the British Isles - even royals we think most familiar are revealed in a new and sometimes surprising light. This revised and shortened edition of The Mammoth Book of British Kings & Queens includes biographies of the royals of recorded British history, plus an overview of the semi-legendary figures of pre-history and the Dark Ages - an accessible source for students and general readers.

Telling Queen Michal S Story

Author : David J. A. Clines
ISBN : 9781850753018
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The Nepalese Perspective

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ISBN : UOM:39015035958738
Genre : Nepal
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Multi Religious Perspectives On A Global Ethic

Author : Myriam Renaud
ISBN : 9781000261318
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Ratified by the Parliament of the World’s Religions in 1993 and expanded in 2018, "Towards a Global Ethic (An Initial Declaration)," or the Global Ethic, expresses the minimal set of principles shared by people—religious or not. Though it is a secular document, the Global Ethic emerged after months of collaborative, interreligious dialogue dedicated to identifying a common ethical framework. This volume tests and contests the claim that the Global Ethic’s ethical directives can be found in the world’s religious, spiritual, and cultural traditions. The book features essays by scholars of religion who grapple with the practical implications of the Global Ethic’s directives when applied to issues like women’s rights, displaced peoples, income and wealth inequality, India’s caste system, and more. The scholars explore their respective religious traditions’ ethical response to one or more of these issues and compares them to the ethical response elaborated by the Global Ethic. The traditions included are Hinduism, Engaged Buddhism, Shi‘i Islam, Sunni Islam, Confucianism, Protestantism, Catholicism, Judaism, Indigenous African Religions, and Human Rights. To highlight the complexities within traditions, most essays are followed by a brief response by an expert in the same tradition. Multi-Religious Perspectives on a Global Ethic is of special interest to advanced students and scholars whose work focuses on the religious traditions listed above, on comparative religion, religious ethics, comparative ethics, and common morality.

The Humanities Methodology And Perspectives

Author : Abhijit Kundu
ISBN : 9788131786741
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The Humanities: Methodology and Perspectives provides a comprehensive and accessible overview to the core themes and perspectives of the humanities. This book will be a valuable resource for the students and the teachers of the humanities disciplines, and also to everyone interested in the lively discussions and debates about the humanities.

Sacred Queens And Women Of Consequence

Author : Jocelyn Linnekin
ISBN : 0472064231
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A study of Hawaiian women's cultural valuation and social position in the first century of Western contact

Stephen Poliakoff On Stage And Screen

Author : Robin Nelson
ISBN : 9781408131091
Genre : Performing Arts
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Over four decades, Stephen Poliakoff has proved himself to be a distinctive dramatist in the mediums of theatre, film and television. Moving from playwright to television and film director, he has been hailed as 'TV's foremost writer' (Independent) and as 'one of our most poetic and best TV dramatists' (Daily Telegraph). In the USA, his TV 'films' have received industry acclaim, The Lost Prince winning three Emmy Awards and Gideon's Daughter two Golden Globes. This book is the first to offer a comprehensive overview of Poliakoff's work for stage and screen and a framework for its critical evaluation. It will prove invaluable to students of theatre, film, and television studies. Robin Nelson locates Poliakoff's distinctive vision and fierce independence as a writer and director in both personal and public histories and against industry contexts. He charts Poliakoff's 'meteoric rise' as a playwright, and his 'second starburst' in television drama since Shooting the Past (1999) which re-affirmed his reputation as a dramatist of distinction. While the chronology of Poliakoff's impressive output is clearly laid out, works are discussed in thematic clusters ranging across mediums to afford a fresh perspective. The book covers 'issue dramas', 'quirky strong women' and 'histories/memories' as well as Poliakoff's early developing dramaturgy, and it examines in detail the later feature films and television dramas which have secured his reputation as our most distinctive television dramatist.

View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages

Author : Henry Hallam
ISBN : IND:32000009293996
Genre : Europe
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Crossing Boundaries

Author : Aziz Abu Sarah
ISBN : 9781523088560
Genre : Travel
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“Aziz Abu Sarah rightly reminds us that it's not more travel we should be after, but the right kind of travel—one that treads lightly, highlights multiple perspectives (including traditionally marginalized ones), and fosters personal transformation, which is the key to a better world.” —Norie Quintos, Editor at Large, National Geographic Travel Media How can we bring together a world polarized by so many seemingly intractable conflicts? Through tourism? Yes, but a different kind of tourism, one that harnesses the power of travel to create a more connected and peaceful world. Aziz Abu Sarah argues that it's through one-on-one contact that we'll begin to heal divides. And he knows this firsthand. A former Palestinian radical, he cofounded a tour agency with a Jewish American that originated the Dual Narrative Tours, which are co-led by guides from different communities, including Israel and Palestine, Ireland, Vietnam, Colombia, and many other countries. A guide for going beyond museums and monuments to more transformative, sustainable, and responsible travel experiences, this book is for both the first-timer and seasoned veteran. Starting with his own moving story of creating connections across his divided hometown of Jerusalem and expanding to stories from all over the world, Abu Sarah offers tips on how to meet people naturally and safely, design an inclusive itinerary, shop to support the local economy, deal with setbacks, and much more. He shows that if you put down your phone and strike up a conversation, you can break through the walls that separate us. You'll discover shared values, build lasting relationships, and realize that ultimately far more unites us than divides us.

View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages 2 Vols With Supplemental Notes

Author : Henry Hallam
ISBN : OXFORD:590455722
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Lives Of The Queens Of England

Author : Agnes Strickland
ISBN : HARVARD:HNZTKD
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Lives Of The Queens Of England From The Norman Conquest

Author : Agnes Strickland
ISBN : UCLA:31158005050108
Genre : Queens
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Supplemental Notes To The View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages

Author : Henry Hallam
ISBN : HARVARD:32044087964060
Genre : Europe
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Historic View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages Etc

Author : Henry Hallam
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Lives Of The Queens Of Scotland And English Princesses

Author : Agnes Strickland
ISBN : 9781108026130
Genre : History
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Volume 4 (1853) of this pioneering work covers Mary Stuart's early reign, up to the birth of James VI.

View Of The State Of Europe During The Middle Ages Another Repr Of 4th Ed Revised

Author : Henry Hallam
ISBN : OXFORD:600023697
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Shakespeare S Foreign Queens

Author : Sandra Logan
ISBN : 9781137534842
Genre : History
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This book examines Shakespeare’s depiction of foreign queens as he uses them to reveal and embody tensions within early modern English politics. Linking early modern and contemporary political theory and concerns through the concepts of fragmented identity, hospitality, citizenship, and banishment, Sandra Logan takes up a set of questions not widely addressed by scholars of early modern queenship. How does Shakespeare’s representation of these queens challenge the opposition between friend and enemy that ostensibly defines the context of the political? And how do these queens expose the abusive potential of the sovereign? Focusing on Katherine of Aragon in Henry VIII, Hermione in The Winter’s Tale, Tamora in Titus Andronicus, and Margaret in the first history tetralogy, Logan considers them as means for exploring conditions of vulnerability, alienation, and exclusion common to subjects of every social position, exposing the sovereign himself as the true enemy of the state.

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