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Resurrecting Ravana
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Resurrecting Ravana is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Buffy.It's midterm exam time at Sunnydale High School and tensions are rising high in the usual group. Particularly between Buffy and Willow who seem to have some sort of unspoken dislike of the other. Meanwhile, horrible murders have been occurring throughout Sunnydale, two close friends end up dead, one kills the other and then the murderer ends up as a pile of bones. The murders also coincide with the arrival of a large group of demons called the Rakshasa who seem to have a sort of wicked control over their victims. As Buffy and Willow become more and more violent towards each other, Giles does some research which indicates that the Rakshasa are in town to help with the resurrection on an ancient Hindu demon called Ravana. And when Giles spots Ethan Rayne in town, he knows that something chaotic is at hand.

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Stand: 09.08.2020
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Music of Bangladesh
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Bangladesh is traditionally very rich in its musical heritage. From the ancient times, music documented the lives of the people and was widely patronized by the rulers. Bangla music in ancient times was mostly linked to prayer. Due to the immense influence of Hindu mythology, most folk songs are related to some sort of praise of the gods and their creation. Songs were associated with particular groups of people, such as fishermen, cart- drivers, hermits and so on. Most songs were based on classical themes. Modernisation of Bangla music occurred at different times and most of these modernisation processes happened independently of western influence.

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Stand: 09.08.2020
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Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage
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Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage is the contemporary issues for the recent generation in India. "Marriage are made in heaven" means that in ancient times it was considered that marriages are decided by God and some sort of divinity. The live in relationship is consider as a liability free lifestyle. For the reason that it creates hue and cry to destroy our cultural and traditional institution of marriage. The legal and institutional obligations also not satisfactory to tackle this situation. Hindu Marriage Act 1955 also does not have any relief of this system. The law does not prescribe how we should live, it is ethics and social norms, which explain the essence of living in welfare model.This study categorically, elaborate the every knock and corner of the Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage system and analyses the goals by empirical study. Every suggestions has create its own interpretation to draw a line between Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Emerson For The 21st Century
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While previous collections of Emerson essays have tended to be a sort of 'stock-taking' or 'retrospective' look at Emerson scholarship, the present collection follows a more 'prospective' trajectory for Emerson studies based on the recent increase in global perspectives in nearly all fields of humanistic studies. The present collection is divided into four main sections: 'Emerson, Europe, and Beyond;' 'Emerson and Science;' 'Emerson Thinking;' 'and 'Emerson and Activism.' The first category emphasizes the global perspective in Emerson's literary and cultural relations, followed closely by two other 'transnational' categories - Emerson's relations in the international arenas of science and philosophy - and concluding with the final category, which addresses the end purpose of Emerson's project: fully realized human beings whose actions, directly and indirectly, help to create a society in which individuals are free to develop their capacities fully. Transnational and global perspectives are becoming more recognized and more commonplace in the academy and the world at large. Evidence for such developing perspectives is not hard to find: national and international conferences, new books, and the increasing university courses and programs in World Literature, all reflect a move toward viewing Emerson and literature in general from broader, more inclusive perspectives. The first four categories that follow - 'Emerson, Europe, and Beyond' - gives us seven perspectives on Emerson's international influence, ranging from Stephen L. Tanner's gem-like essay on English Traits, to Steve Adisasmito-Smith's trail-blazing Hindu scholarship, to Jan Stievermann's explication of Emerson's vision of 'an American World Literature.' In the 'Emerson and Science' section, four essays range from Michael P. Branch's examination of Emerson's early lectures on natural science, to Branka Arsic's explorations of science from a broad Emersonian view, to David M. Robinson's and Laura Walls' very specific essays on Emerson's encounters with the cutting-edge science of his mature period. In 'Emerson Thinking,' five scholars examine Emerson's broad thought, which gives evidence of philosophical influence from all times and places through suck topics as human subjectivity and its expression, while George J. Stack and Mary DiMaria examine Emerson's philosophical similarities to and disparities from the French foundational thinkers of the Postmodern theory revolution in literary studies. Finally, in the 'Emerson and Activism' section, David S. Reynolds, Len Gougeon, and T. Gregory Garvey examine Emersonian and Transcendental influences on the abolition movement, and Eduardo Cadava expands activism to include more recent 'economic oppression and colonialist and racist exclusions,' which ultimately can be seen as part of a worldwide post-colonial literary movement and an awareness of the dark side of globalism. All of these essays to a greater or lesser degree are concerned with influences of literature and thought that are cycled through the individual, the culture, and the global community.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Emerson for the Twenty-First Century
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While previous collections of Emerson essays have tended to be a sort of 'stock-taking' or 'retrospective' look at Emerson scholarship, the present collection follows a more 'prospective' trajectory for Emerson studies based on the recent increase in global perspectives in nearly all fields of humanistic studies. The present collection is divided into four main sections: 'Emerson, Europe, and Beyond;' 'Emerson and Science;' 'Emerson Thinking;' 'and 'Emerson and Activism.' The first category emphasizes the global perspective in Emerson's literary and cultural relations, followed closely by two other 'transnational' categories - Emerson's relations in the international arenas of science and philosophy - and concluding with the final category, which addresses the end purpose of Emerson's project: fully realized human beings whose actions, directly and indirectly, help to create a society in which individuals are free to develop their capacities fully. Transnational and global perspectives are becoming more recognized and more commonplace in the academy and the world at large. Evidence for such developing perspectives is not hard to find: national and international conferences, new books, and the increasing university courses and programs in World Literature, all reflect a move toward viewing Emerson and literature in general from broader, more inclusive perspectives. The first four categories that follow - 'Emerson, Europe, and Beyond' - gives us seven perspectives on Emerson's international influence, ranging from Stephen L. Tanner's gem-like essay on English Traits, to Steve Adisasmito-Smith's trail-blazing Hindu scholarship, to Jan Stievermann's explication of Emerson's vision of 'an American World Literature.' In the 'Emerson and Science' section, four essays range from Michael P. Branch's examination of Emerson's early lectures on natural science, to Branka Arsic's explorations of science from a broad Emersonian view, to David M. Robinson's and Laura Walls' very specific essays on Emerson's encounters with the cutting-edge science of his mature period. In 'Emerson Thinking,' five scholars examine Emerson's broad thought, which gives evidence of philosophical influence from all times and places through suck topics as human subjectivity and its expression, while George J. Stack and Mary DiMaria examine Emerson's philosophical similarities to and disparities from the French foundational thinkers of the Postmodern theory revolution in literary studies. Finally, in the 'Emerson and Activism' section, David S. Reynolds, Len Gougeon, and T. Gregory Garvey examine Emersonian and Transcendental influences on the abolition movement, and Eduardo Cadava expands activism to include more recent 'economic oppression and colonialist and racist exclusions,' which ultimately can be seen as part of a worldwide post-colonial literary movement and an awareness of the dark side of globalism. All of these essays to a greater or lesser degree are concerned with influences of literature and thought that are cycled through the individual, the culture, and the global community.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage
139,00 CHF *
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Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage is the contemporary issues for the recent generation in India. 'Marriage are made in heaven' means that in ancient times it was considered that marriages are decided by God and some sort of divinity. The live in relationship is consider as a liability free lifestyle. For the reason that it creates hue and cry to destroy our cultural and traditional institution of marriage. The legal and institutional obligations also not satisfactory to tackle this situation. Hindu Marriage Act 1955 also does not have any relief of this system. The law does not prescribe how we should live; it is ethics and social norms, which explain the essence of living in welfare model.This study categorically, elaborate the every knock and corner of the Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage system and analyses the goals by empirical study. Every suggestions has create its own interpretation to draw a line between Live in Relationship & Hindu Marriage.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Making Of A Frontier
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Making Of A Frontier : Five Years' Experiences And Adventures In Gilgit, Hunza, Nagar, Chitral & The Eastern Hindu-Kush. PREFACE. SOME word of explanation seems due when an unknown writer obtrudes a personal narrative on the public. My reason for writing this book was, that as the story of the development of the Gilgit Frontier, told in my letters and diaries, was read with interest by some who saw those papers, it seemed probable that its publication might give to those who have no chance of seeing the sort of life their countrymen lead on an uncivilised frontier, a faithful idea of what such an existence means. The book is a plain and unvarnished tale of the experiences of a frontier of Ecer, in times of peace as well as in those of war. It was written under adverse circumstances, in the scanty hours of leisure snatched from official work in India, and it could not, for obvious reasons, have been published while I was Military Secretary to the Viceroy of India.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Emerson For The 21st Century
85,99 € *
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While previous collections of Emerson essays have tended to be a sort of 'stock-taking' or 'retrospective' look at Emerson scholarship, the present collection follows a more 'prospective' trajectory for Emerson studies based on the recent increase in global perspectives in nearly all fields of humanistic studies. The present collection is divided into four main sections: 'Emerson, Europe, and Beyond;' 'Emerson and Science;' 'Emerson Thinking;' 'and 'Emerson and Activism.' The first category emphasizes the global perspective in Emerson's literary and cultural relations, followed closely by two other 'transnational' categories - Emerson's relations in the international arenas of science and philosophy - and concluding with the final category, which addresses the end purpose of Emerson's project: fully realized human beings whose actions, directly and indirectly, help to create a society in which individuals are free to develop their capacities fully. Transnational and global perspectives are becoming more recognized and more commonplace in the academy and the world at large. Evidence for such developing perspectives is not hard to find: national and international conferences, new books, and the increasing university courses and programs in World Literature, all reflect a move toward viewing Emerson and literature in general from broader, more inclusive perspectives. The first four categories that follow - 'Emerson, Europe, and Beyond' - gives us seven perspectives on Emerson's international influence, ranging from Stephen L. Tanner's gem-like essay on English Traits, to Steve Adisasmito-Smith's trail-blazing Hindu scholarship, to Jan Stievermann's explication of Emerson's vision of 'an American World Literature.' In the 'Emerson and Science' section, four essays range from Michael P. Branch's examination of Emerson's early lectures on natural science, to Branka Arsic's explorations of science from a broad Emersonian view, to David M. Robinson's and Laura Walls' very specific essays on Emerson's encounters with the cutting-edge science of his mature period. In 'Emerson Thinking,' five scholars examine Emerson's broad thought, which gives evidence of philosophical influence from all times and places through suck topics as human subjectivity and its expression, while George J. Stack and Mary DiMaria examine Emerson's philosophical similarities to and disparities from the French foundational thinkers of the Postmodern theory revolution in literary studies. Finally, in the 'Emerson and Activism' section, David S. Reynolds, Len Gougeon, and T. Gregory Garvey examine Emersonian and Transcendental influences on the abolition movement, and Eduardo Cadava expands activism to include more recent 'economic oppression and colonialist and racist exclusions,' which ultimately can be seen as part of a worldwide post-colonial literary movement and an awareness of the dark side of globalism. All of these essays to a greater or lesser degree are concerned with influences of literature and thought that are cycled through the individual, the culture, and the global community.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.08.2020
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Making Of A Frontier
35,99 € *
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Making Of A Frontier : Five Years' Experiences And Adventures In Gilgit, Hunza, Nagar, Chitral & The Eastern Hindu-Kush. PREFACE. SOME word of explanation seems due when an unknown writer obtrudes a personal narrative on the public. My reason for writing this book was, that as the story of the development of the Gilgit Frontier, told in my letters and diaries, was read with interest by some who saw those papers, it seemed probable that its publication might give to those who have no chance of seeing the sort of life their countrymen lead on an uncivilised frontier, a faithful idea of what such an existence means. The book is a plain and unvarnished tale of the experiences of a frontier of Ecer, in times of peace as well as in those of war. It was written under adverse circumstances, in the scanty hours of leisure snatched from official work in India, and it could not, for obvious reasons, have been published while I was Military Secretary to the Viceroy of India.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.08.2020
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