The Last Letter

Author: Honey Durga

Publisher: Partridge Publishing

ISBN: 1482840138

Category: Fiction

Page: 242

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The first day of collage..when Palak's seniors ragged her and gave her a challenge to kiss a handsome guy..Palak accepts the challenge not to prove herself loser in front of them..Palak's seniors think that only they are the handsome guys of their collage..and think that Palak woud kiss only one of thembut Palak searches for a guy worth her kiss so that she can complete her ragging and challengeNumaan plays guitar in an empty classroom being fully involved in his musicPalak loves his music after listening it and she kisses himthat is when..Palak and Numaan's lovestory startsbut Palak leaves a bad impression on Numaan as he thinks that she is a shameless girlbut gradually..they become friendsgo for nightouts secretly..run away from police slipping through their hands..they wake up at nights and sleep in the morningwhen they get to know about each otherthey become closerthensuch things happen in their life that Palak feels that they should separateand Palak takes such decision that changes the guy like Numaan totally..he becomes A druggy and alcoholicPalak tries to move on in her life ..but Numaan has such attachment in his heart for Palak that he finds it difficult to forget Palaklater..when they both meet againNumaan feels that she has changedthen,something happens in his life that Numaan looses all his control over himselfand suddenly something happens in Palak's life that she becomes unable to forget Numaanand feels guilty of herself for her decisionand becomes a living dead even after being alive.

A Voice from Heaven

Author: Charles J. Wisdom

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1600347029

Category: Religion

Page: 236

View: 8600


Millennial Economics

Author: Victor Shane

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1449790526

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 166

View: 8067


How did We the People get into an economic mess like this to begin with? How did we end up with a $16 trillion national debt that paralyzes all initiatives, makes us a laughingstock instead of a world leader, and stands to enslave our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren with horrendous debts? What can we do to diffuse what US Senator Tom Colburn calls "The Debt-Bomb"? Is there a constitutional, holistic, and efficient way out of this mess? Answers can be found in this book. "The elegant writing and incisive explanations found in this volume conquer the complexity of the topic and its mixture of rhapsodic prose and an almost eerie moral clarity project buoyancy and hope. The majority of laws in the Five Books of Moses concern money and this important volume while reflecting the spontaneous surgings of the human spirit, helps us understand why." --Rabbi Daniel Lapin, American Alliance of Jews and Christians

The Corruption

Author: Miracle Mcillwain

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1640287361

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 294

View: 3486


A day not similar to most, something strange happened. Something has been planted inside a realm. Something abnormal, something unnerving, something that would make all hearts tremble. A virus. No one knew how this virus formulated, nor did they know the devastating effects of its existence. But few people knew the perfect name for this virus: the Corruption. Ora, the leading character, must find any means possible to stop the corruption from spreading across all realms. Various people begin to accompany her on this grand journey, all not knowing what will happen next. There will be bloodshed, tears, sorrow, and laughter. With all but one believer of the Orb of Light, will there ever be a history to write again?

How Did All This Happen?

Author: John Bishop

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0007436157

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 6280


If you’re a man of a certain age you’ll know there comes a point in life when getting a sports car and over-analysing your contribution to society sounds like a really good idea.

American Pastoral

Author: Philip Roth

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1446400565

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 9300


Now a major motion picture based on Philip Roth's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece American Pastoral, starring Ewan McGregor and Jennifer Connelly ‘Swede’ Levov is living the American dream. He glides through life sustained by his devoted family, his demanding yet highly rewarding (and lucrative) business, his sporting prowess, his good looks. He is the embodiment of thriving, post-war America, land of liberty and hope. Until the sunny day in 1968, when the Swede’s bountiful American luck deserts him. The tragedy springs from devastatingly close to home. His adored daughter, Merry, has become a stranger to him, a fanatical teenager capable of an outlandishly savage act of political terrorism that plunges the Levov family into the political mayhem of sixties America, and drags them into the underbelly of a seemingly ascendant society. Rendered powerless by the shocking turn of events, the Swede can only watch as his pastoral idyll is methodically torn apart.

Hudoliaeth Hidden Becklwi

Author: M. Aishvarya

Publisher: Educreation Publishing

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 243

View: 971


Human beings may be the ruling race on EARTH, but they do not enjoy the same fate on a different EARTH. Here, they are looked down upon by other life forms. The misery will end the day BECKLWI is brought back from the Earth dominated by Human Beings. Honour and respect come to a person who wins rewards, but what if the reward is a harbinger of something horrible that you hardly ever thought of.

Haram in the Harem

Author: Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 9781433107122

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 118

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Haram in the Harem focuses on the differences in nationalist discourse regarding women and the way female writers conceptualized the experience of women in three contexts: the middle-class Muslim reform movement, the Algerian Revolution, and the Partition of India. During each of these periods the subject of women, their behavior, bodies, and dress were discussed by male scholars, politicians, and revolutionaries. The resonating theme amongst these disparate events is that women were believed to be best protected when they were ensconced within their homes and governed by their families, particularly male authority, whether they were fathers, brothers, or husbands. The threat to national identity was often linked to the preservation of womanly purity. Yet for the writers of this study, Ismat Chughtai (1915-1991), Assia Djebar (1936-), and Khadija Mastur (1927-1982), the danger to women was not in the public sphere but embedded within a domestic hierarchy enforced by male privilege. In their fictional texts, each writer shows how women resist, subvert, and challenge the normative behaviors prescribed in masculine discourse. In their writings they highlight the different ways women negotiated private spaces between intersecting masculine hegemonies of power including colonialism and native patriarchy. They demonstrate distinct literary viewpoints of nation, home, and women's experiences at particular historical moments. The choice of these various texts reveals how fiction provided a safe space for female writers to contest traditional systems of power. Bringing into focus the voices and experiences of women - who existed as limited cultural icons in the nationalist discourse - is a common theme throughout the selected stories. This book showcases the fluidity of literature as a response to the intersections of gender, race, and nation.

New Directions in Dream Interpretation

Author: Gayle M. V. Delaney

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 1438400772

Category: Psychology

Page: 308

View: 8457


This book presents in detail seven contemporary approaches to dream interpretation as they are actually practiced by highly skilled and experienced psychiatrists and psychologists who have worked with dreams for at least a decade. The reader can sample radically different approaches from various schools of interpetation and gain the tools for making meaningful comparisons. The contributors describe their theoretical roots and how they have departed from them when confronted with the real world of real dreamers. Each chapter teaches the reader in practical terms what to do when trying to understand a dream of one’s own, or one’s friend, colleague, or client. Readers are taken behind the curtain of theory into the consultation room where the work of interpretation takes place. This book provides a variety of contemporary, non-dogmatic, practical ways to work with dreams. Each contributor emphasizes not theory, but interpretive method and practical application of dream interpretation. Contributors to this volume include John E. Beebe, Eric Craig, Gayle Delaney, Loma K. Flowers, Ramon Greenberg, Milton Kramer, Joe Natterson, Chester Arthur Pearlman, Montague Ullman, and Stephen J. Walsh.