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by Frederic Raphael
<div>In this extraordinary, powerful polemic, celebrated writer Frederic Raphael looks back through two millennia of persecution, explaining not only exactly why it is people have been killing Jews for so long, but how this religion ...
by Brown James
'A century ago we got it wrong. We sent thousands of young Australians on a military operation that was barely more than a disaster. It's right that a hundred years later we should feel strongly about that. But have we got our remembrance right?
A History of the End of Time
by John Michael Greer
by Marcia Reiss
<p>This book explores the apple’s history and the latest debates about the use <span style="line-height: 1.45em;">of agrichemicals, the rise of organic and heirloom orchards, and the hopes </span><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">and ...
by Bryce Courtenay
<i>In the end, love is more important than everything and it will conquer and overcome anything. Or that's how Damon saw it, anyway. Damon wanted a book that talked a lot about love.</i> Damon Courtenay died on the morning of April Fool's Day.
by Bryce Courtenay
<i>April Fools Day</i> was first published in 1993. This commemorative edition celebrates one of Bryce Courtenay's most loved, enduring and life-affirming books. Damon Courtenay died on the morning of April Fool's Day. In this tribute to
by Bryce Courtenay
Damon Courtenay died on the morning of April Fool's Day. In this tribute to his son, Bryce Courtenay lays bare the suffering behind this young man's life. Damon's story is one of lifelong struggle, his love for Celeste, the compassion of family,
by Donatella Della Ratta
by Arabella Forge
'I started writing this book after I found myself trying to juggle two seemingly opposing things- I wanted to provide good, nutritious food for myself and my family, while also watching my dollars when I went to the supermarket.' More and more
by David Theo Goldberg
We hear much talk about the advent of a “postracial” age. The election of Barack Obama as President of the U.S. was held by many to be proof that we have once and for all moved beyond race. The Swedish government has even gone so far
by Geoff Dembicki
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by Christopher Hitchens
A collection of the most important and controversial writings from the unapologetically provocative yet universally admired Christopher Hitchens. ...
by Janne Apelgren
"<p><i>Around the World in 80 Dinners</i> is a gastronaut's guide to the globe. It's for those who book their restaurants before their air fares, and food lovers who want the lowdown on the most exciting places to eat at home and ...
Conjugal Agency in the South Asian Diaspora
by Marian Aguiar
<p> <span>Marian Aguiar analyzes arranged marriage as a transnational cultural phenomenon, revealing how its meaning has been continuously reinvented within the South Asian diaspora of Britain, the United States, and Canada. She advocates ...
by Helena Reckitt
by BALTASAR GRACIAN
""Think with the few and speak with the many,"" ""Friends are a second existence,"" and ""Be able to forget"" are among this volume's 300 thought-provoking maxims on politics, professional life, and personal development. Published in 1637, it ...
by Robert Dessaix
"This is a teasing grab-bag of thoughts, memories, anecdotes and effronteries that achieves luxurious coherence.' -- <i>Weekend Australian</i> <i>As I Was Saying</i> is a swirling conversation with the reader on everything from travel to dogs ...
by Richard McGregor
For more than half a century, American power in the Pacific has successfully kept the peace. But it has also cemented the tensions in the toxic rivalry between China and Japan, consumed with endless history wars and entrenched political ...
The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture--and What We Can Do about It
by Kate Harding
by CHRISTIE GOLDEN
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