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The English Philosopher, or History of Mr. Cleveland, natural son of Cromwell, written by himself, and translated from the English by the author of Memoirs of a Man of Quality
Antoine François Prévost (1697–1763), The English Philosopher Le Philosophe anglais (1732–1739), relating the adventures and travails of Cleveland, a son of Oliver Cromwell, was perhaps the most read French novel of the ...
Mujazat-e Ertedad wa Azadi-ye Mazhab: Naqd-e Mujazat-e Ertedad wa Sabb al-Nabi ba Mawazin-e Feqh-e Estedlali (Apostasy, Blasphemy, & Religious Freedom in Islam: A Critique Based on Demonstrative Jurisprudence)
(Eslam va Hoquq-e Bashar (Islam and Human Rights Series), 2, 2014-07)
This book, as the second volume of “Islam and Human Rights Series,” attempts to establish that freedom of religion, in particular the freedom to turn away from a religion (abandoning Islam, choosing another religion, or ...
A Broken Calabash: Social Aspects of Worship among Brazilian and West African Yoruba--Part Two
Part Two of A Senior honors thesis at Harvard College, awarded High Honors/Magna Cum Laude. A comparison of the social organization of orisha worship in Nigeria and Brazil.
A collection of poetry
CONTENTS: 1. Faulkner and Holy Writ: The Principle of Inversion 2. Music: Faulkner's “Eroica" 3. Liebestod: Faulkner and The Lessons of Eros 4. Between Truth and Fact: Faulkner’s Symbols of Identity 5. Transition: Faulkner’s ...
Under the sign of the Virgen de Tránsito
Following the 1996 treaty ending decades of civil war, how are Guatemalans reckoning with genocide, especially since almost everyone contributed in some way to the violence? Meaning "to count, figure up" and "to settle rewards ...
Fraud: An American History from Barnum to Madoff
Economic duplicity has bedeviled American markets from the founding of the Republic. This wide-ranging history emphasizes the enduring connections between capitalist innovation and business fraud, as well as the vexed efforts ...
Colonising a Colonised Territory: Settlements with Punic Roots in Roman Times
Traditional approaches to the process known as ‘Romanisation’ usually have taken into account the interaction between Roman colonists and native populations around the Mediterranean. Roman colonisation, however, took place ...