Girls Last Tour

Author: Tsukumizu,
Editor: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 197532904X
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Chito and Yuuri have arrived at the highest stratum, but their journey will not be over until they reach the very top of the city. Along the way, they continue to explore the evidences of humanity's innovation and growth through the ages, now nothing more than crumbling ruins. Having learned what they can about the past, what awaits them in the future as the girls embark on the final leg of their tour...?

Girls Last Tour

Author: Tsukumizu,
Editor: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 1975329007
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Even after a mysterious life form tells Chito and Yuri the end of the earth is near, still they continue their everyday adventures together, traveling slowly toward the city on the top-most layer. Their days pass as usual: with the goal of food and making it to tomorrow, with a little bit of relaxing and kicking-back, of course.

Girls Last Tour

Author: Tsukumizu,
Editor: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 1975326113
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Chito and Yuuri board a train that runs below the forgotten remains of the streets above and take it to the end of the line. When they finally reach the surface of this new layer of battered city, they discover a mysterious creature that can learn human languages. With a new companion along for the ride, the girls' tour gets a little more lively-but what awaits them is beyond what they could ever imagine!

Girls Last Tour

Author: Tsukumizu,
Editor: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 0316470635
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Civilization is dead, but not Chito and Yuuri. Time to hop aboard their beloved Kettenkrad motorbike and wander what's left of the world! Sharing a can of soup or scouting for spare parts might not be the experience they were hoping for, but all in all, life isn't too bad...

Girls Last Tour

Author: Tsukumizu,
Editor: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 0316470678
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(Volume 2) Titus and Yuri continue traveling in a world where the civilization collapsed. What did the two who ventured to the upper level of the city find?

Girls Last Tour

Author: Tsukumizu,
Editor: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 0316470651
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Distant lights illuminating the darkness pique Chito's and Yuuri's curiosity, so the two hop aboard their beloved Kettenkrad and head for the horizon. What they find may not be what they were looking for, but the surviving fragments of civilization are enough to keep them going. There's no telling what other strange surprises lie in store as their journey continues...

Women Families And The British Army 1700 1880 Vol 6

Author: Jennine Hurl-Eamon
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000029018
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This series concentrates on women and the soldiers in the ranks whose lives they shared, assembling a wide body of evidence of their romantic entanglements and domestic concerns. The new military history of recent decades has demanded a broadening of the source base beyond elite accounts or those that concentrate solely on battlefield experiences. Armies did not operate in isolation, and men’s family ties influenced the course of events in a variety of ways. Campfollowing women and children occupied a liminal space in campaign life. Those who travelled "on the strength" of the army received rations in return for providing services such as laundry and nursing, but they could also be grouped with prostitutes and condemned as a ‘burden’ by officers. Parents, wives, and offspring left behind at home remained in soldiers’ thoughts, despite an army culture aimed at replacing kin with regimental ties. Soldiers’ families’ suffering, both on the march and back in Britain, attracted public attention at key points in this period as well. This series provides, for the first time in one place, a wide body of texts relating to common soldiers’ personal lives: the women with whom they became involved, their children, and the families who cared for them. It brings hitherto unpublished material into print for the first time, and resurrects accounts that have not been in wide circulation since the nineteenth century. The collection combines the observations of officers, government officials and others with memoirs and letters from men in the ranks, and from the women themselves. It draws extensively on press accounts, especially in the nineteenth century. It also demonstrates the value of using literary depictions alongside the letters, diaries, memoirs and war office papers that form the traditional source base of military historians. This sixth volume covers the period 1856-1880.

New Woman Fiction 1881 1899 Part Ii

Author: Carolyn W de la L Oulton
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351221566
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Covers four texts from the 1890s that helped to crystallize the idea of the 'New Woman' during a period where the role of women was increasingly debated and challenged, not least due to the growth of the suffrage movement.