Category: Literary

  • Download E-books Stolen Seduction: Stolen Series PDF

    By Elisabeth Naughton

    The person who collects all six statues and deciphers the code locked inside may be offered controlling curiosity in Roarke Resorts.

    YOUR PARTICIPATION during this exercise is an issue OF lifestyles AND DEATH.

    Hailey Roarke used to be by no means drawn to her family's fortune. that is why she grew to become a cop. yet together with her father and now her cousin lifeless, she's without warning at the fallacious part of a police interrogation. the single solution to transparent her identify is to resolve the riddle sooner than the genuine killer. with out getting killed herself.

    Detective Shane Maxwell cannot deny the spark of lust he feels at any time when Hailey is close to. however the lady is obviously hiding whatever. Trusting his gut--and the warmth in her eyes--he joins her on an tricky worldwide treasure hunt staged by way of her past due father. stuck among a hot seduction and a maniacal assassin, for Hailey and Shane the most important present of all may be making it out alive.


    Books within the STOLEN Series:
    STOLEN FURY (book 1)
    STOLEN warmth (book 2)
    STOLEN SEDUCTION (book 3)
    STOLEN possibilities (book 4)
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  • Download E-books Love's Labour's Lost PDF

    By William Shakespeare

    Love's Labour's misplaced is one among William Shakespeare's early comedies, believed to were written within the mid-1590s for a functionality on the resorts of courtroom prior to Queen Elizabeth I. It follows the King of Navarre and his 3 partners as they try and forswear the corporate of girls for 3 years of analysis and fasting, and their next infatuation with the Princess of France and her women. In an untraditional finishing for a comedy, the play closes with the demise of the Princess's father, and all weddings are behind schedule for a yr. The play attracts on subject matters of masculine love and wish, reckoning and explanation, and truth as opposed to fantasy.
    Though first released in 4to in 1598, the play's name web page indicates a revision of an past model of the play. whereas there are not any visible assets for the play's plot, the 4 major characters are loosely according to historic figures. using apostrophes within the play's name varies in early variants, even though it's most typically given as Love's Labour's Lost.
    Ferdinand, King of Navarre, and his 3 noble partners, the Lords Berowne, Dumaine, and Longaville, take an oath to not supply in to the corporate of ladies. They commit themselves to 3 years of research and fasting; Berowne is of the same opinion a little bit extra hesitantly than the others. The King broadcasts that no lady may still come inside of a mile of the courtroom. Don Adriano de Armado, a Spaniard vacationing the courtroom, involves inform the King of a tryst among Costard and Jaquenetta. After the King sentences Costard, Don Armado confesses his personal love for Jaquenetta to his web page, Moth. Don Armado writes Jaquenetta a letter and asks Costard to convey it.
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  • Download E-books Heart of Darkness (Broadview Literary Texts) by Joseph Conrad (1995-03-01) PDF

    By Joseph Conrad;D. C. R. A. Goonetilleke

    What such a lot differenttiates this version of "Heart of Darkness" from the numerous others on hand is the level to which it really is dedicated to putting the textual content in context. To this finish the reader will discover a chronology of Conrad's lifestyles, a chronology of the Congo, a pick out bibliography, and - maybe most significantly - a really gigantic collection of modern records, together with reviews by means of Conrad at the textual content, modern stories, and various historic files that can aid to offer a feeling of the outing of which "Heart of Darkness" emerged.
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  • Download E-books Nothing Abstract: Investigations in the American Literary Imagination PDF

    By Tom Quirk

    Written by way of one of many best students within the box, Nothing Abstract is a set of essays accrued over the last twenty years--all of which, in a few model, need to do with a genetic method of literary examine. In earlier books, the writer has traced the compositional histories of yes literary works, the process person careers, and the genesis of literary routine. during this publication, Tom Quirk resists the path taken by way of modern thought in want of an method of literature via resource and impression examine, the evolution of a writer's fulfillment, the institution of biographical or different contexts, and the transition from one literary period to another.

    All of the essays that Quirk has selected for this assortment illustrate a scholarly process. the 1st essays, a bit basic of their matters, represent a safeguard for the genetic process, and next essays function facts for the usefulness of genetic inquiry. the complete quantity demanding situations poststructuralist concept no longer via energetic disagreement, yet in basic terms by means of being what it's and doing what it does. extra very important although is that every one of the selected essays are intrinsically fascinating. They inform interesting stories—stories approximately literary genesis, biographical conditions, and inventive objectives and achievement.

    Authors mentioned at size are Edgar Allan Poe, Tony Hillerman, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, Wallace Stevens, Willa Cather, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Joyce Carol Oates. Quirk additionally touches on Flannery O'Connor, Richard Wright, Robert Frost, Jack London, Stephen Crane, William Faulkner, and others. Nothing Abstract makes a superb contribution to the research of significant American writers and should be welcomed through all scholars and students of yank stories and American literature.

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  • Download E-books THEORY AND PRACTICE IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN: Writing Between Philosophy and Literature PDF

    By Alex Dick, Christina Lupton

    This assortment brings jointly students who use literary interpretation and discourse research to learn eighteenth-century British philosophy in its ancient context. The essays examine how the philosophers of the Enlightenment considered their very own writing; how their institutional positions as lecturers and writers motivated their realizing of human awareness; and the way our educational legacy is end result of the those philosophers' event as writers.
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  • Download E-books Right of Thirst PDF

    By Frank Huyler

    Shattered via his wife's demise, and via his personal position in it, profitable heart specialist Charles Anderson volunteers to help with earthquake reduction in an impoverished Islamic nation in a relentless country of clash with its neighbor. but if the refugees he is come to aid don't seem and artillery starts to fall within the distance alongside the border, the tale takes an unforeseen turn.

    This haunting, resonant journey de strength approximately one man's wish to dwell an ethical lifestyles deals a relocating exploration of the tensions among poverty and wealth, the ethics of intervention, the deep cultural transformations that divide the realm, and the basic human similarities that unite it.

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