This book contains controversial information. It reveals things that the authorities would rather you didn't know. For the time being, your rights as a citizen allow you to gain this knowledge, but that is always subject to change. And those rights almost certainly will change in the future and this knowledge will no longer be available to the public. You have taken an important step in protecting your right to know! NOTE - THE INFORMATION CONTAIN ON THIS BOOK IS INTENDED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. MOST OF THE ACTIVITIES DESCRIBED ARE EITHER DANGEROUS, ILLEGAL OR BOTH! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED - PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK! "" THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL IS THE NEED FOR FOOD ""
Ikebukuro has a slashing problem. Ikebukuro, Tokyo. A place where the clumsy and inept at love gather. A high school girl worried about her status. A third-rate magazine reporter covering the Ikebukuro beat. A teacher suspected of sexual harassment. A thug wearing a yellow bandanna, who is said to be the toughest around. A young man who deals in all manner of sensitive information. And a headless rider on a coal-black motorcycle. As these individuals and more are drawn into a whirl of unlucky incidents, Ikebukuro itself will begin to crumble...!
Author: Martin Farrell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2014-06-19
This textbook connects the big ideas and key thinkers of psychology and philosophy in a clear and cohesive theoretical narrative. Students are led to understand the relations between different schools of thought, and to connect the various thinkers, theories and facts in psychology's history. Focusing on the major ideas that have reoccurred throughout history, such as the mind-body problem and the role of the mind in our experience, Martin Farrell shows how specific thinkers have explored the same ideas, but in different ways, leading to distinct schools of thought. The coherent narrative enables students to see the bigger picture, through which the historical and conceptual roots of psychology can be easily understood.
Author: James Fenimore Cooper
Publisher: Library of America
Release Date: 1985-07-01
When Cooper's most memorable hero, Leatherstocking, started an American tradition by setting off into the sunset in The Pioneers, one early reader said of his departure, "I longed to go with him." American readers couldn't get enough of the Leatherstocking saga (collected in two Library of America volumes) and, fourteen years after he portrayed the death of Natty Bumppo in The Prairie, Cooper brought him back in The Pathfinder, or The Inland Sea (1841). During the Seven Years War, just after the events narrated in The Last of the Mohicans, Natty brings the daughter of a British sergeant to her father's station on the Great Lakes, where the French and their Indian allies are plotting a treacherous ambush. Here, for the first time, he falls in love with a woman, before Cooper manages bring off Leatherstocking's most poignant, and perhaps his most revealing, escape. The Deerslayer (1842) brings the saga full circle and follows the young Natty on his first warpath. Instinctively gifted in the arts of the forest, pious in his respect for the unspoiled wilderness on which he loves to gaze, honorable to friend and foe alike, stoic under torture, and cool under fire, the young Leatherstocking emerges as Cooper's noblest figure of the American frontier. Enacting a rite of passage both for its hero and for the culture he comes to represent, this last book in the series glows with a timelessness that readers everywhere will find enchanting. LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation’s literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America’s best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.
Author: Thomas Henry Carter, PhD.
Release Date: 2014-02-20
Goshen Sunset: Poems From The Mountaintop - olume II consists of selected poems that describes the mountain environment of Goshen, West Virginia. The poems describe the natural wonders of Goshen and the emotions that the author experienced while walking its wood trails.
Author: Daniel Grader
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Release Date: 2013-02-28
Genre: Literary Criticism
A well-written and carefully-researched narrative, it increases our knowledge of Scott's life and work as perceived by his contemporaries, as well as enabling us to read Hogg's Anecdotes in their original context.