The Return Of The Young Prince

Author: A. G. Roemmers
Editor: Oneworld
ISBN: 9781780749563
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A man drives alone along the vast, desolate roads of Patagonia, a mystical land. He comes across a starving and helpless teenager, who is now the prince grown older and returned to Earth. The two travellers, extremely different in both background and personality, begin a deep, simple and meaningful conversation that gets to the heart of life's most important questions. The trip becomes a truly spiritual journey, moving from innocence to maturity, from the everyday to the metaphysical, and from sadness and cynicism to happiness and enthusiasm for life.

The Saturday Magazine

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Supplementary Despatches And Memoranda Of Field Marshal Arthur Duke Of Wellington K G Peninsula 1810 1813

Author: Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington
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The Return Of The Past

Author: Uzi Rabi
Editor: Lexington Books
ISBN: 179360049X
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This book argues that the Arab Spring brought to the forefront numerous societal, political, and historical problems in the Middle East that scholars and practitioners throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century have continually glossed over or reduced in their analysis and analytical frameworks when studying the Middle East. These include the prevalent and persistent impact of Islam on political life, an impact of transnational and subnational identities, including sect, tribe, and regional identity, as well as the overuse of the state as the fundamental unit of analysis when studying the region. As a result, this book asserts that primordial identities including religion, sect, and tribe have, and will continue to have, a significant impact on the conduct of politics in the Middle East.

Le Retour Des F Es The Return Of The Fairies Etc With Plates

Author: Countess Félicité de CHOISEUL-MEUSE
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Fables Composed For The Use Of The Duke Of Burgundy By M Fenelon Archbishop Of Cambray Newly Translated From The French By Mr Elphingston

Author: François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon
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King Victor And King Charles Dramatic Lyrics The Return Of The Druses

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The History Of England

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The Birth Of Vietnamese Political Journalism

Author: Philippe M.F. Peycam
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231528043
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Philippe M. F. Peycam completes the first ever English-language study of Vietnam's emerging political press and its resistance to colonialism. Published in the decade that preceded the Communist Party's founding, this journalistic phenomenon established a space for public, political contestation that fundamentally changed Vietnamese attitudes and the outlook of Southeast Asia. Peycam directly links Saigon's colonial urbanization to the creation of new modes of individual and collective political agency. To better justify their presence, French colonialists implemented a peculiar brand of republican imperialism to encourage the development of a highly controlled print capitalism. Yet the Vietnamese made clever use of this new form of political expression, subverting colonial discourse and putting French rulers on the defensive, while simultaneously stoking Vietnamese aspirations for autonomy. Peycam specifically considers the work of Western-educated Vietnamese journalists who, in their legal writings, called attention to the politics of French rule. Peycam rejects the notion that Communist and nationalist ideologies changed the minds of "alienated" Vietnamese during this period. Rather, he credits colonial urban modernity with shaping the Vietnamese activist-journalist and the role of the French, even at their most coercive, along with the modern public Vietnamese intellectual and his responsibility toward the group. Countering common research on anticolonial nationalism and its assumptions of ethno-cultural homogeneity, Peycam follows the merging of French republican and anarchist traditions with neo-Confucian Vietnamese behavior, giving rise to modern Vietnamese public activism, its autonomy, and its contradictory aspirations. Interweaving biography with archival newspaper and French police sources, he writes from within these journalists' changing political consciousness and their shifting perception of social roles.