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"In this ambitious book, Cusset reframes the often misunderstood genre that celebrates what Casanova calls "the present enjoyment of the senses." She contends libertine works are not, as is commonly thought, characterized by the preaching of sexual pleasure but are instead linked by an "ethics of pleasure" that teaches readers that vanity and sensual enjoyment are part of their moral being. Developing Roland Barthes's concept of "the pleasure of the text," the author argues that the novel is a powerful vehicle for moral lessons, more so that philosophical or moral treatises, because it conveys such lessons through pleasure." (Midwest).
Victor the assassin returns in the new novel from the author of The Killer, The Enemy, and The Game... THE JOB IS SIMPLE When Victor is called to meet with an old friend who ultimately betrayed him, what he thought was an ambush is in fact a plea for help. As a Russian gangster, Norimov is accustomed to death threats, but now an unknown enemy wants more than his life. They intend to kill everyone he cares about, including his missing daughter Gisele. This time, Victor’s job is not to kill but to protect. Unfortunately, locating Gisele is his first mistake—because someone is watching his every move. ESCAPE IS IMPOSSIBLE Before she went into hiding, Gisele had uncovered a secret worth killing for—and now Victor has brought the enemy right to her doorstep. The least he can do is help her escape. But the ruthless network they’re up against has the police, MI5, and every major news outlet joining in the manhunt across London.
Christians often don't know how to respond to the climate crisis and messages of possible destruction caused by human activity. Frances Ward shows how Christians can live and act with hope and faith in God in the face of eco-anxiety.
Death is a natural part of life, but what happens when it goes rogue? A new horror enters Zenescope's Grimm Universe as Keres, the goddess of death, wreaks havoc on an unsuspecting Earth. Destroying almost everything in her past, Keres sets out to rid the world of humanity. And a regualr family man named Patrick Clay just may be the only person who can sop her. When Death arrives at your door, there is no tomorrow.
Lena Wise is always looking forward to tomorrow, especially at the start of her senior year. She’s ready to pack in as much friend time as possible, to finish college applications and to maybe let her childhood best friend Sebastian know how she really feels about him. For Lena, the upcoming year is going to be epic—one of opportunities and chances. Until one choice, one moment, destroys everything. Now Lena isn’t looking forward to tomorrow. Not when friend time may never be the same. Not when college applications feel all but impossible. Not when Sebastian might never forgive her for what happened. For what she let happen. With the guilt growing each day, Lena knows that her only hope is to move on. But how can she move on when her and her friends’ entire existences have been redefined? How can she move on when tomorrow isn’t even guaranteed?
Love Like No Tomorrow is a contemporary romance novel about a young widow, Sarah Williams, and her struggle against the trustee of her late husband's estate. Dylan Reese is a man driven by greed, power, and lust who will stop at nothing to not only get her fortune, but Sarah as well. However, when he attempts to blackmail Sarah's new love, a handsome young singer, Steven Robertson, his plan begins to unravel. It is the saga of Sarah's friends and family who, in an effort to reunite Sarah and Steven, travel from Orlando to Beverly Hills to the small island of Antigua. Their journey is one of laughter and young love, heartbreak and tears, letting go and growing up. In the end, however, it is a portrait of Sarah, a woman who loved and lived life with grace, dignity, and courage, who soared on the wings of Steven's love. She loved him with no regrets. She loved him like there was no tomorrow.
The horror series that everyone is talking about reaches its penultimate chapter! With the help of a university professor, Patrick uncovers the origin of Keres and what part he may be destined to play in her downfall. But will that knowledge be enough to stop the Grimm Reaper gone mad who seems to be intent on bringing about the end of the world as we know it, or will Keres succeed in insuring that Tomorrow never comes?
The economy has collapsed, Earth's population has been reduced to practically nothing and the world is split between two factions- The National and the Forgotten. 80 years ago the worst war in human history began. 10 years ago it ended. At least that's what the history books say. But everyone knows; history books lie. The war never ended. It's still going; there just aren't enough people alive anymore to dispute it. My name is Kalina. My father is chief of my people, the Forgotten. The rebel scum, you may know us as. Pirates and swindlers. But we're not. We're just people fi ghting together to make a stand against injustice. Making a stand for our freedom. It's not that simple though; freedom and justice. Who chooses what is and what isn't right? Who chooses who lives and who dies? Someone once asked me, who are we to stop a war? I ask you, who are we not to?
Teachers are at times overwhelmed by the cultural disparities between themselves and their students, the environmental deterrents to learning, and the degree of learning deficiencies they are asked to help students to overcome. How can educators communicate state and national objectives to a streetwise, inner-city youth in a way that he feels inspired to buy into them? How do they establish a pleasing interchange that draws a troubled child toward learning goals that are not within his frame of reference? No Tomorrow addresses these problems. It replaces shoptalk and generic theories with actual scenarios, tested strategies and learning activities. These are tools that Dr. Delaney and his colleagues developed and implemented during his three decades as a classroom teacher, administrator, and staff developer. Hence, this book is a collection of ideas and inspiration that can help the teacher create an academic atmosphere where no student needs to feel left behind. It also provides an “attitude self-check” that helps teachers determine if their personal views are promoting or impeding learning or, even worse, precipitating a crisis. His holistic, student-centered approach has proven effective in the most hostile classrooms in the state of Georgia. Teachers will recognize problems and remediations that affirm their own challenges and triumphs. The methods discussed are not prescriptive and not meant to be a touchstone for accomplished teaching. They are, however, a fountain of ideas from which fellow educators are invited to draw inspiration.