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Set in pre-WWI Congo Free State, the story follows two Belgian Colonial officers, Philippe and Augustine and the latter’s wife, Clementine. Augustine brings his new wife into country; to bring a piece of normality into their lives, the two men strike up a friendly challenge to host each other to lavish dinner parties using exotic local foods and recipes. The story then follows the three characters, their interactions with each other, other Europeans, Africans, and the oppressive state sponsored...
Understanding John Stuart Mill is the third book in the Smart Student's Guide to the Philosophical Classics serie. Like the previous two books in the philosophical classics series, it is a companion to the original work (Second Treatise of Government) for beginning philosophy and political science students. Previous guides have been to Plato's Socratic dialogues, the Republic and John Locke's Second Treatise of Government. These guides are intended for students who will be reading these classic...
This is the second book in the Smart Student's Guide to Philosophical Classics series. Understanding John Locke is an introduction and guide to one of the most influential books in the history of political philosophy: John Locke's Second Treatise of Government, first published in 1689. John Locke's short book was the intellectual inspiration of two revolutions: The Whig revolt against absolute monarchy in 17th century England and almost 100 years later, the revolt of the American colonies...
Our love breaks all the rules. I see her as the mistress of time management. I see her as the queen of organization, her sharp mind and insight are priceless to me. I see her as a warrior, her sword flashing bright when she steps up to defend me. I see her in my bed, letting me show her all the things a woman like her deserves to experience.
How can you have a rich and fulfilling life? The choices you make, not your income or financial assets, are the most powerful determining factor for your quality of life. Women have never had so many options. Yet we often experience a kind of paralysis, an unconscious willingness to follow societal dictates rather than become the CEOs of our own lives. When we mindlessly follow the dots, we smother our innate gifts and miss opportunities to fulfill our true potential.
Release Date: November 13, 2018 What can you uniquely give the world? We often sell ourselves short with self-limiting beliefs, but most of us would be amazed and delighted to know that we do have something special — our distinctive passions and talents — to offer.
The Angels Always Near poetry collection offers an experimental take on the timeless emotions of adolescence, capturing moments of imagination and being while exploring the universal theme of love through emotional wordscapes. In this re-edited collection, the mysteries of teenage love and ideals of beauty are filtered through a mature adult perspective, bringing readers a new interpretation. The Angels Always Near is a refreshing journey through teenage eyes and the surprising truths that they...
Mira wants nothing more than to hide away from the world and its cruelties. Overcome with grief for the loss of her father and burying herself deep in school and her internship, her one respite is her admiration for the Hollywood actor, James Dean, an admiration she shared with her father. Although Dean is long dead, Mira wishes that she could meet him and tell the actor just how much he means to her. As she closes her eyes on another day to sleep and escape reality, her wish is about to come...
After Sarah’s grandfather passes away, it’s up to Sarah to pack up a lifetime’s worth of his possessions as she comes to terms with her grief. As she goes through his possessions, she finds a picture. The faded black and white picture seems innocuous at first, but something draws her towards it. As she studies the picture and the man inside it, she forgets her grief momentarily.
Allen Key is an average modern young man of the scientific, western world; He obviously doesn’t believe in an afterlife, universal justice and certainly not in reincarnation. He was therefore to be somewhat surprised, following an excessive night of alcohol and other complimentary substances, to find himself transported (allegedly by the spirit of his former incarnation) back four-and-a-half thousand years to an oddly-familiar world of racial tension, religious war, and an insane housing market...

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