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The Case For Loving

Author : Selina Alko
ISBN : 0545478537
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A tribute to the brave example of the Loving family describes how they were arrested in mid-20th-century Virginia for violating laws against interracial marriage and argued their case all the way to the Supreme Court, prompting a landmark civil rights triumph.

The Art Of Loving

Author : Erich Fromm
ISBN : 9781480402003
Genre : Psychology
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The international bestseller that launched a movement with its powerful insight: “Love is the only sane and satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence.” The Art of Loving is a rich and detailed guide to love—an achievement reached through maturity, practice, concentration, and courage. In the decades since the book’s release, its words and lessons continue to resonate. Erich Fromm, a celebrated psychoanalyst and social psychologist, clearly and sincerely encourages the development of our capacity for and understanding of love in all of its facets. He discusses the familiar yet misunderstood romantic love, the all-encompassing brotherly love, spiritual love, and many more. A challenge to traditional Western notions of love, The Art of Loving is a modern classic about taking care of ourselves through relationships with others. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Erich Fromm including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s estate.


Author : Henry Green
ISBN : 9781409087847
Genre : Fiction
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One of his most admired works, LOVING describes life above and below stairs in an Irish country house during the Second World War. In the absence of their employers the Tennants, the servants enact their own battles and conflict amid rumours about the war in Europe; invading one another's provinces of authority to create an anarchic environment of self-seeking behaviour, pilfering, gossip and love.

Loving In Verse

Author : Stephen Guy-Bray
ISBN : 9780802092038
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The current critical tendency in the study of Renaissance literature is to regard the relationship between a poet and his predecessor as either familial or antagonistic. Stephen Guy-Bray argues that neither of these models can be applied to all poetic relationships and that, in fact, the romantic and even sexual nature of some relationships must be considered. Loving in Verse examines how three poets present their relationship to their most important predecessors, beginning with Dante's use of Virgil and Statius in the Divine Comedy, moving on to Spenser's use of medieval English poets in theFaerie Queene, and finally addressing Hart Crane's use of Whitman in The Bridge. In each case, Guy-Bray shows how the younger poet presents himself and the older poet as part of a male couple. He goes on to demonstrate how male couples are, in fact, found throughout these poems, and while some are indeed familial or hostile, many are romantic or sexual. Using concepts from queer theory and close readings of images and allusions in these texts, Loving in Verse demonstrates the importance of homoeroticism to an examination of poetic influence. A discussion of the theories of poetic influence from four twentieth-century writers (T.S. Eliot, Harold Bloom, Roland Barthes, and Frank O'Hara) concludes Guy-Bray's analysis.

Loving Living Party Going

Author : Henry Green
ISBN : 0140186913
Genre : Fiction
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Class distinction is the common theme: between masters and servants in an Irish castle, owners and workers in a foundry, and the wealthy and working class in a railway station

Loving Wings

Author : Marty Gardner
ISBN : 9781606939154
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Loving Wings is a lively account of stewardesses encountering passengers and problems since 1940, when pilots declared "Adding a woman to the crew is about as sensible as removing one of the wings," to the 1970s when these adventurous women become a mainstay of passenger service. "Flight Attendants are responsible for passenger safety and passenger service on each and every airline flight. They spend more face to face time with passengers than any other airline person. Flight Attendants have the opportunity to affect the financial success of their airline." -- Hollis Harris, Delta President, Chief Operating Officer and member of the Board of Directors 1987-1990 "Loving Wings takes you into the fascinating world of aviation's first daring and dedicated pilots and stewardesses who paved the way to making our travels by air safe and pleasant journeys." -- Bobbi Ray Madry, editor Marty Gardner is a very active, retired senior. She performs in 60 variety shows a year in Georgia, with a group of senior women, entitled "Dazzlin' Dames." Before retiring, Marty was a stewardess and her husband a flight captain for a major U.S. airline. When not performing, she spends her days behind her husband, Jim, on a Honda Gold Wing, taking long trips across the United States.

A Sport Loving Society

Author : J. A. Mangan
ISBN : 0714682292
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In a time of unprecedented political and economic transformation, the middle classes of Victorian and Edwardian England became principal players in a new social order. Nowhere did their culture, values and identity gain clearer expression than in their sports, and their influence is still felt in the way we organise, play and think of sport today. A Sport-Loving Society presents a selection of groundbreaking essays from the journals which have defined sport history over the past three decades. These essays explore the role of the social institutions and issues of the Victorian and Edwardian periods in shaping the sports of the English middle classes, including: education the emancipation of women religion culture and class diplomacy and war. Showcasing the work of prominent sport historians, this book demonstrates the value of sport as a vehicle for the study of wider social change.

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