In “New Views” J. Taylor examines the constitutional law of the Supreme Court, being guided by original source material on the intent of the Framers. Consequently he comes to a conclusion that its original meaning was much distorted. In the course, the author reviews in detail the structure of constitutional order of the time. The views Taylor expresses here were new only to his contemporaries, and actually appear to be a return to the views of the men who wrote and confirmed the Constitution.
Anthony Shadid is a brilliant ‘Washington Post’ reporter and a long-time writer on the Middle East. He is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who has been covering the Iraq conflict since the time it has begun. In this book he adds those elements of the war that have been either censored or edited so that at last readers may have an intelligent observer's report of what has happened. This is a story that will disturb and enlighten. Shadid divides "Night Draws Near Iraqs People in the Shadow of Americas War" into five parts. In the first section he shows the anxious fear of people under the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein. In the second part it goes about people's terror of the attacks by the American troops with the bombings of precious places as well as homes. In the third part he addresses that part of disaster that follows disaster - the criminal marauding and devastation of museums and mosques and public facilities that most Iraqis viewed with embarrassed disgust. The fourth part reveals debased hopes of people told they were being liberated while instead they were captured, questioned, and disenfranchised. The final part studies the revolt, the terrifying extremes to which the Iraqis have come such as suicide bombings, retaliation, guerilla warfare - all of those ends to which these people have been thrust as a means to regain their dignity and identity. The book exposes the problems and facts that have always been hidden, and that’s one of the reasons why it should be read.
‘Nada the Lily’ is a historical novel written by famous English writer H. Rider Haggard. This novel is considered to be one of the best among his works. They say it was inspired by writer’s time spent in South Africa. ‘Nada the Lily’ is set at the time of the Zulu king named Chaka. The greater part of actions in this fantastic novel turn around him, but basically this book is the story about Umslopogaas, and his incredibly strong love for Nada, a native girl of great beauty. The story is narrated by Mopo, Nada’s father and Chaka’s doctor. During the course of the story Umslopogaas becomes friends with Galazi the Wolf. He lives on Ghost Mountain, and rules the wolf pack. Unfortunately, the story ends tragically. Nada, trying to escape the anger of Dingaan following the assassination of Chaka, takes a shelter in the cave on the mountain. Galazi dies trying to save her, but death finds Nada in the cave, which became her tomb. Nada couldn’t open the heavy stone door that she had closed behind her.
‘Nada the Lily’ is the story that has everything that can be found in a really great interesting book: love, adventures, awesome battle scenes and danger. Does reader need more? This is probably Haggard's most poetic and free-flowing yarn. A multiplicity of interesting characters will be found in this tale, although the central theme is the moving love story of Umslopogaas and Nada. The book makes the readers think, keeps their minds open for new ideas and thoughts. The book is quite serious, though it may not seem to be like that.
The book is great for everyone. This is a real masterpiece of English literature that should be definitely read. Nowadays it is not that easy to find a book similar to this is. Of course, shelves of book stores are full of different literature, but it doesn’t have that special scent of 19th century classics. To someone ‘Nada the Lily’ may seem fiction, to someone a historical novel. Probably, it has both something historical and fiction. Reading ‘Nada the Lily’ is very easy and delightful. Author had a perfect talent to make readers dive into the story. From the first chapter this story captivates and fascinates you. A really beautiful love story of two young people, who have to face too strong difficulties in attempts to keep their relations and, which is more important – their lives. ‘Nada the Lily’ is the perfect book to develop your fantasy, trying to imagine impressive landscapes, dangerous fights etc. If you have been moved by classic tragic story of Romeo and Juliet, if you are a real fan of enthralling action-packed adventures sagas, ‘Nada the Lily’ will not leave you indifferent! It’s definitely worth reading. Due to simplicity and great author’s talent to describe ordinary things in unusual way, this book will impress you. No doubt. And don’t mind it was written two centuries ago – it is gorgeous! Read the novel, and make sure yourself.
Nothing sucks the romance out of world travel like a boyfriend who may or may not have broken up with you in a hotel room in Brussels. Jane Jameson's sexy sire Gabriel has always been unpredictable, but the seductive, anonymous notes that await him at each stop of their international vacation, coupled with his evasive behavior over the past few months, finally push Jane onto the next flight home to Half Moon Hollow — alone, upset, and unsure whether Gabriel just ended their relationship without actually telling her.
Murder muddies up the new Pet-Sitter mystery. Already an L.A. attorney and pet-sitter, Kendra’s taken on a third job, masterminding a new reality show called “Animal Auditions.” But things get messier than the show’s pot-bellied pigs when her hot new producer is suspected of murder.
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Wallace does not understand it -- why do dogs die at the end of every classic story? When Wallace gives his book report, he can't bring himself to lie about his feelings - the book stank! The teacher feels the opposite and forces Wallace to attend and participate in the town's play based on the book. Find out what happens when Wallace's creativity gets out of hand.
Cole's quest leads him to the other side of the world, to a mysterious, dangerous society known as the Delphinians, whose price for information might be higher than Cole can pay—a price that could destroy Nikki. But when Cole attempts to steal the answers instead, his mission ends in disaster. Faced with centuries in a Delphinian dungeon, Cole is confronted with questions he's been too scared to ask himself: Is he really obsessed with the throne—or is he obsessed with Nikki? And can she really give him a new beginning as the Everneath's king . . . or will she instead bring about his tragic end?