Wrath Of The Caid

Author: Joe O'Neill
Publisher: Black Ship Pub
ISBN: 9780985196967
Size: 61.86 MB
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Wrath Of The Caid. After their escape from the Caid's slavery, Tariq and his friends Aseem and Fez join with the rebels fighting against the Caid. Margaret returns to her family and goes back to England, where she begins to understand how different her English friends are from the friends she made while a slave in Morocco.

Rebels Of The Kasbah

Author: Joe O'Neill
Publisher: Black Ship Pub
ISBN: 9780985196943
Size: 11.99 MB
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Rebels Of The Kasbah. "When Tariq is captured from his safe life in a Tangier orphanage and sold into slavery as a camel jockey, his adventures begin. Along with his new friends Aseem, Margaret and Fez, Tariq gets sold to the tyrant Caid Ali Tamzali - entering a dangerous world of deceit and violence. Forced to compete in deadly camel races, and suffer the abuse of his slave master, Tariq must rely on his wits and his newfound friendships to survive. From the corrupt slave trade of Tangier, to the wild frontier of the Moroccan desert; into the heart of ancient China, and onto the pirated seas of the Mediterranean."

Legends Of The Rif

Author: Joe O'Neill
Publisher: Black Ship Pub
ISBN: 9780985196981
Size: 11.28 MB
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Legends Of The Rif. As the winds of war sweep across Morocco—a battle of good against evil that will echo through eternity—the country's only hope is a ragtag group of resistance fighters from Rebels of the Kasbah, who are scattered all across the country and must come together to defeat their common enemy. Original.

Thieves Of The Black Sea

Author: Joe O'Neill
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780990546993
Size: 47.25 MB
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Thieves Of The Black Sea. Thieves of the Black Sea is the fourth book of the award-winning Red Hand Adventures series. Following in the footsteps of The Adventures of Tintin, Rudyard Kipling, Indiana Jones, and Treasure Island, this exciting adventure takes place all over the globe including Constantinople in 1914! The four young friends everyone has come to love encounter hair-raising capers as they face challenges at every turn. These books are historical fiction, beginning in 1912, and take place throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia. They are focused on middle readers aged 9-12. However, many adults love the books as much as the kids. All the books are $9.95 and soft cover. Thousands of schools and libraries are incorporating the books into their curriculum because they are page-turners (perfect for the reluctant reader), provide excellent geographical and historical lessons, and strongly emphasize the importance of friendship and ethics. The first book of the series, Rebels of the Kasbah, has been included in school and library book contests across North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Connecticut, Colorado, Wisconsin, and many other states.

Wrath Of Cod

Author: Ruth A. Cod
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1435709209
Size: 45.51 MB
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Wrath Of Cod. A somewhat, well actually, much more sophisticated unadulterated look at our wonderful, somewhat wacky, social and political landscape. In the Good Old U.S.A... A portion of profits will be donated to prevention of Domestic Violence Against Women and Children

The Wretched Of The Earth

Author: Frantz Fanon
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 9780802198853
Size: 19.34 MB
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The Wretched Of The Earth. Frantz Fanon was one of the twentieth century’s most important theorists of revolution, colonialism, and racial difference, and this, his masterwork, is a classic alongside Orientalism and The Autobiography of Malcolm X. The Wretched of the Earth is a brilliant analysis of the psychology of the colonized and their path to liberation. Bearing singular insight into the rage of colonized peoples and the role of violence in historical change, the book also incisively attacks postindependence disenfranchisement of the masses by the elite on one hand, and intertribal and interfaith animosities on the other. A veritable handbook of social reorganization for leaders of emerging nations, The Wretched of the Earth has had a major impact on civil rights, anticolonialism, and black-consciousness movements around the world. This new translation updates its language for a new generation of readers and its lessons are more vital now than ever.

A Banquet For Hungry Ghosts

Author: Ying Chang Compestine
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429924535
Size: 59.17 MB
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A Banquet For Hungry Ghosts. According to Chinese tradition, those who die hungry or unjustly come back to haunt the living. Some are appeased with food. But not all ghosts are successfully mollified. In this chilling collection of stories,Ying Chang Compestine takes readers on a journey through time and across different parts of China. From the building of the GreatWall in 200 BCE to themodern day of iPods, hungry ghosts continue to torment those who wronged them. At once a window into the history and culture of China and an ode to Chinese cuisine, this assortment of frightening tales—complete with historical notes and delectable recipes—will both scare and satiate!

Eighties People

Author: Kevin L. Ferguson
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137584343
Size: 72.25 MB
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Eighties People. Through an examination of 1980s American cultural texts and media, Kevin L. Ferguson analyzes how new types of individuals were created in order to manage otherwise hidden cultural anxieties during the American 1980s. Exploring a variety of strategies for fashioning self-knowledge in the decade, this book illuminates the hidden lives of surrogate mothers, crack babies, persons with AIDS, yuppies, and brat packers. These seemingly simple stereotypes in fact concealed deeper cultural changes and issues relating to race, class, and gender. Through a range of texts, Eighties People shows how the commonplace reading of the 1980s as a superficial period of little importance disguises the decade's real imperative: a struggle for self-definition outside of the limited set of options given by postmodern theorizing.