Red Love

Author: David Evanier

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497641608

Category: Fiction

Page: 313

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A brilliant tragicomedy based on the most infamous espionage trial of the twentieth century Thirty years after they walked hand in hand to the electric chair, sentenced to die for giving the gift of the atom bomb to the Soviet Union, Solomon and Dolores Rubell are the targets of a new investigation—conducted not by the FBI, or some paranoid Senate subcommittee, but by Gerald Lerner, boyhood Communist and author of such classic chronicles of the American Jewish experience as Hot Pastrami Sandwich and Kosher and Topless. What does Gerald hope to find, all these years later, by placing ads in the Jewish Daily Forward and Screw seeking former Soviet spies willing to chat? The short answer: His sanity. With a gleam in its eye and tenderness in its heart, David Evanier’s irreverent and incisive novel peers into one of the darkest chapters in American history—the execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg on charges of spying for the Soviet Union. Because, as Suzie Sizzle—great-niece of Dolly and Solly Rubell and star of a “goodly number” of hardcore films—explains to Gerald, this is not really a story about death, despite its gloomy ending. It is a story about love—the true love two proud Jewish underdogs had for each other, and the misguided love an entire generation of American leftists had for a political system whose grand promises masked terrible, irreconcilable truths. They say love will make you do crazy things. So, too, will Communism.

Red Love Across the Pacific

Author: Paula Rabinowitz,Ruth Barraclough,Heather Bowen-Struyk

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137507039

Category: Social Science

Page: 242

View: 5373

This book examines the Red Love vogue that swept across the Asia-Pacific in the 1920s and 1930s as part of a worldwide interest in socialism and follows its trails throughout the twentieth century. Encouraging both political and sexual liberation, Red Love was a transnational movement demonstrating the revolutionary potential of love and desire.

True Love is Bliss Not Just a Kiss

Author: AiR

Publisher: AiR Institute of Realization

ISBN: 9353825067

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 139

View: 2061

People mistake Love for True Love, live deluded lives and suffer. ‘True Love is Bliss and not a Kiss’ examines the inherently Divine nature of True Love and encourages readers to aspire for the highest order of True Love.

Love Colors

Author: Pamala Oslie

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 1577317483

Category: Self-Help

Page: 376

View: 7580

Whether you’re seeking a new romantic relationship or hoping to improve an existing one, knowing your own qualities and desires is the first step. Love Colors offers a fresh, powerful approach to better understand yourself and then create your ideal partnership. In her earlier book, Life Colors, psychic consultant Pamala Oslie explained that auras — the field of energy that surrounds each of us — contain important clues to our personalities and reveal the ways we relate to the world. In this book, she takes that understanding of auras one step further to help you find — and keep — your perfect mate. In Love Colors, you’ll discover: • your personal love colors through a detailed personality quiz • the love colors you’re most compatible with • tips for finding, recognizing, and attracting your ideal partner • ways to move past your fears and open yourself up to love • advice on maintaining balance and harmony in your relationship With Pamala’s insights and advice, you’ll gain invaluable self-knowledge and have new tools to create fulfilling, lasting love.

Where River Meets Ocean

Author: devorah major

Publisher: City Lights Books

ISBN: 9781931404037

Category: Poetry

Page: 108

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Where River Meets Ocean is the poetic junction of love, politics, creative action, and self-discovery.

Commodities of Care

Author: Elsa L. Fan

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 1452961212

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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How global health practices can end up reorganizing practices of care for the people and communities they seek to serve Commodities of Care examines the unanticipated effects of global health interventions, ideas, and practices as they unfold in communities of men who have sex with men (MSM) in China. Targeted for the scaling-up of HIV testing, Elsa L. Fan examines how the impact of this initiative has transformed these men from subjects of care into commodities of care: through the use of performance-based financing tied to HIV testing, MSM have become a source of economic and political capital. In ethnographic detail, Fan shows how this particular program, ushered in by global health donors, became the prevailing strategy to control the epidemic in China in the late 2000s. Fan examines the implementation of MSM testing and its effects among these men, arguing that the intervention produced new markets of men, driven by the push to meet testing metrics. Fan shows how men who have sex with men in China came to see themselves as part of a global “MSM” category, adopting new selfhoods and socialities inextricably tied to HIV and to testing. Wider trends in global health programming have shaped national public health responses in China and, this book reveals, have radically altered the ways health, disease, and care are addressed.

Tap It ... All Better Now!

Author: Deborah D. Miller Ph.D.

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504389859

Category: Self-Help

Page: 104

View: 2037

Tap It ALL Better Now! is dedicated to empowering parents and children facing the challenge of a serious illness like cancer. Deborah D. Millers hands-on experience, the real-life examples, and the beautifully illustrated presentation provide a rich resource for improving the quality of life for one who is coping with illness. Deborah makes use of a highly effective technique called EFT (tapping) and describes how to use it to support those who are ill and suffering and those who care for them. This book educates and supports anyone who wishes to reduce the suffering of those struggling with illness and treatment. Deborahs wisdom, love, and compassion are felt throughout the book. She will inspire you as well as bring relief, peace, and hope. Tap It ALL Better Now! is truly a gift to the world.

The Love Song of D.Nerd McDonald

Author: Dominic "Nerd" McDonald

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1365022803

Category: Poetry

Page: N.A

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We all write our love song. From the moment we are born love inspires us inside and out. This is the song of Dominic "Nerd" McDonald as he brings to you 50+ pages of poetry inspired by the past decade of his experiences with love and relationships (or the the lack thereof).

Looking for Love in the Legal Discourse of Marriage

Author: Renata Grossi

Publisher: ANU Press

ISBN: 1925021823

Category: Law

Page: 182

View: 336

This book examines the (in)visibility of romantic love in the legal discourse surrounding modern Australian marriage. It looks at how romantic love has become a core part of modernity, and a dominant part of the Western marriage discourse, and considers how the ideologies of romantic love are (or are not) replicated in the legal meaning of marriage. This examination raises two key issues. If love has become central to people’s understanding of marriage, then it is important for the legitimacy of law that love is reflected in both the content and application of the law. More fundamentally, it requires us to reconsider how we understand law, and to ask whether it is engaged with emotions, or separate from them. Along the way this book also considers the meaning of love itself in contemporary society, and asks whether love is a radical force capable of breaking down conservative meanings embedded in institutions like marriage, or whether it simply mirrors them. This book will be of interest to everyone working on love, marriage and sexuality in the disciplines of law, sociology and philosophy.