Private Citizens

Author: Tony Tulathimutte
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 1786070529
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The novel's four whip-smart narrators – idealistic Cory, Internet-lurking Will, awkward Henrik, and vicious Linda – are torn between fixing the world and cannibalizing it.

Poets Princes And Private Citizens

Author: Joseph M. Knippenberg
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780847682003
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Yet upon reflection, one soon begins to wonder if the novel is not deceptive in its
simplicity. On first reading, it seems to be making a straightforward case against
tyranny. But this case seems, on further consideration, to be rendered
problematic by both the arguments and action of the novel. On the one hand,
there are aspects of Larsen's character and manner of living that belie his
arguments in favor of the tyrannical life. On the other, the case for tyranny is
understated by the action of ...

Postcolonial Perspectives On Women Writers From Africa The Caribbean And The Us

Author: Martin Japtok
Publisher: Africa World Press
ISBN: 9781592210688
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Although, with its overt political subject, this novel concerns itself with public
matters in the way that her earlier novels do not, it can still be read as a
continuation of Emecheta's earlier preoccupations with the more private problem
of female autonomy in such novels as Second-Class Citizen (1975), The Bride
Price (1976), and The Joys of Motherhood (1979). Nancy Topping Bazin reads
Emecheta as a feminist or at least an emerging feminist. Yakini Kemp, however,
identifies a ...

The Feminine Political Novel In Victorian England

Author: Barbara Leah Harman
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 9780813917726
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Gissing treats "the warfare above" as an analogue for "the warfare below" and
describes private matters as reflections — even embodiments — of public ones.
Jessica Morgan's transformation of a private romantic encounter into a coarse
business deal reiterates and reconfirms the elision of public and private life that is
at the heart of Gissing's novel.28 Like Meredith's rendition of the slide from love to
larceny in the scene in which Percy Dacier uses his knowledge of parliamentary
 ...

Harry Lipkin Private Eye

Author: Barry Fantoni
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0385536119
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A Novel Barry Fantoni. looked handmade. They were black. I couldn't see his
socks but my guess was they weren't chocolate and yellow diamond check. The
pistol he was pointing at me was a Springfield Armory semiautomatic. Even a
near miss ... Now I work private.” The kid came close. “Once a cop, always a cop.”
We were going around in circles. “Listen,” I said. “I have no powers of arrest. I am
not paid by the good citizens of Miami to enforce the law. I am paid by private
citizens to ...

E Study Guide For A Novel Approach To Politics Introducing Political Science Through Books Movies And Popular Culture By Douglas A Van Belle Isbn 9781452218229

Author: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
ISBN: 1478443987
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Public law is a theory of law governing the relationship between individuals (
citizens, companies) and the state. Under this theory, constitutional law,
administrative law and criminal law are subdivisions of public law. This theory is
at odds with ... Civil law in Continental law (civil law in broader sense) is a branch
(body) of law which is the general part of private law. The basis for civil law lies in
a civil code. Before enacting of codes, civil law could not be distinguished from
private law.

The James Michael Ullman Crime Novel Megapack 4 Great Crime Novels

Author: James Michael Ullman
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1479423793
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lice have enough trouble of their own, without a well-meaning private citizen like
yourself interfering with police business.” I leaned over and flipped the television
set off. I settled back in the chair . “That's rich. 'Police business.' Look, man. You'
ve had a year in which to learn what happened to my brother . You haven't
learned a damn thing . It's pretty obvious now you've given it up as a bad deal .
As far as my brother's case is concerned, you're through.” “That's not true.” “Isn't it
?

Literary Executions

Author: John Cyril Barton
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421413329
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Since private citizens are linked to “the public things” that their representatives
authorize and execute, the people ofa republic bear responsibility each and
every time the state kills in their names. ... To begin with, the novel as a literary
form would become the dominant genre of the nineteenth century, as critics from
Ian Watt and Georg Lukács to Frederic Jameson and Michael McKeon have
shown.11 The novel is also the century's literary genre most closely connected to
popular ...

The Oxford Handbook Of The Eighteenth Century Novel

Author: J. A. Downie
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199566747
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The Whig ascendancy that began after the fall of Oxford and continued for most of
the eighteenth century put paid to the politically combative environment in which
secret history flourished. While this form did not disappear altogether, its
characteristics altered in response to changing political circumstances and
literary tastes. The bedchamber intrigues of private citizens replaced those of
monarchs and ministers.28 So, for instance, most of the 'secret histories' by the
prolific writer Eliza ...

The Origins Of The English Novel 1600 1740

Author: Michael McKeon
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801869594
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So the protagonists of The Prince are really variations on the "new prince" (
Agathocles, Francesco Sforza, Cesarc Borgia), and the treatise's intended
audience includes the English parliamentarians of 1642, Oliver Cromwell, and
the proponents of William of Orange — all those who have abandoned the
hereditary (if not quite the providential) argument in their rationalization of power.
As often as not, new princes arc "those who rise from private citizens," and so in
counseling the new ...