For more from Joe Abercrombie, check out: The Age of Madness A Little Hatred The Trouble With Peace The First Law Trilogy The Blade Itself Before They Are Hanged Last Argument of Kings Best Served Cold The Heroes Red Country The Shattered ...
Author: Joe Abercrombie
Publisher: Hachette UK
"A master of his craft." - Forbes "No one writes with the seismic scope or primal intensity of Joe Abercrombie." - Pierce Brown A fragile peace gives way to conspiracy, betrayal, and rebellion in this sequel to the New York Times bestselling A Little Hatred from epic fantasy master Joe Abercrombie. Peace is just another kind of battlefield . . . Savine dan Glokta, once Adua's most powerful investor, finds her judgement, fortune and reputation in tatters. But she still has all her ambitions, and no scruple will be permitted to stand in her way. For heroes like Leo dan Brock and Stour Nightfall, only happy with swords drawn, peace is an ordeal to end as soon as possible. But grievances must be nursed, power seized, and allies gathered first, while Rikke must master the power of the Long Eye . . . before it kills her. Unrest worms into every layer of society. The Breakers still lurk in the shadows, plotting to free the common man from his shackles, while noblemen bicker for their own advantage. Orso struggles to find a safe path through the maze of knives that is politics, only for his enemies, and his debts, to multiply. The old ways are swept aside, and the old leaders with them, but those who would seize the reins of power will find no alliance, no friendship, and no peace lasts forever. For more from Joe Abercrombie, check out: The Age of MadnessA Little HatredThe Trouble With Peace The First Law TrilogyThe Blade ItselfBefore They Are HangedLast Argument of KingsBest Served ColdThe HeroesRed Country The Shattered Sea TrilogyHalf a KingHalf a WorldHalf a War
The Trouble with Peace . PEACE : “ My end draws nearer . I have too many
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This book will be read with considerable interest, and no little trepidation, by UN officials and international peacemakers in general, as well as by students of international relations and African politics.
Author: Séverine Autesserre
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
"Trouble with the Congo is a magnificent accomplishment and is must-reading for anyone interested in whether, why, and how the international community might be able to reduce the cases of violence around the world. Scholars will admire how Autesserre uses a combination of theoretical analysis and ethnography to show us how two different worlds collide, and how peacebuilders do not see the collision even on impact. My hope is that practitioners will take to heart the book's call for critical self-reflection and use its insights for more effective policy prescriptions. Wonderfully written, the book delivers a cool but passionate analysis, born from Autesserre's courage, commitment to Congolese, and sincere desire not to simply identify criticisms of peacebuilding but to suggest ways in which it can improve its craft to help the people on the ground."-Michael Barnett, University of Minnesota "What happens when international peacebuilding is culturally focused at the national level, yet most conflict takes place at the local level? Using extensive, painstakingly collected evidence, Autesserre shows that the macro-micro mismatch is not only a methodological shortcoming but also a grave policy failure. By helping to frame a nasty concatenation of local conflicts as a 'postconflict situation,' this policy focus ended up exacerbating the war and its attendant human suffering. At once a gripping account of war and failed peace in the Congo and a strikingly lucid and original examination of the causes of peacebuilding failure in civil war, this book demonstrates why deep contextual knowledge remains an essential precondition of theoretical innovation."-Stathis N. Kalyvas, Yale University "Autesserre's book stands as a major contribution to our understanding of the roots of conflict in eastern Congo and the failure of the UN Mission in the Congo (MONUC) to effectively restore peace. She develops a highly original and theoretically innovative framework for reconceptualizing both the nature of conflict in eastern Congo and how to deal with it. This book will be read with considerable interest, and no little trepidation, by UN officials and international peacemakers in general, as well as by students of international relations and African politics."-RenT Lemarchand, University of Florida "This is a disturbing book about a failure that is not acknowledged as a failure, about intervention strategies that do not address key sources of deadly violence, and about the trained incapacity of diplomats who look solely to national agreements and processes to end longstanding wars. This is a book that aims to challenge and change peacebuilding orthodoxy."-Stepen John Stedman, Ford-Dorsey Program for International Policy Studies, Stanford University
“Our problem,” Jake said, “is that we were both afraid of being vulnerable, so we
kept our feelings inside.” “Communicating is hard, though,” ... She was filled with peace and a sense of belonging. And she knew, with stunning clarity, that she ...
Author: Maggie Simpson
FAMILY MAN The more she sees Michelle Davis has come to Sotol Junction, Texas, for one reason. To check out what kind of father her ex-brother-in-law is. Michelle's sure her niece would be better off living in Boston. But this small border town and its friendly people are becoming hard to resist. The more she likes Jake Evans has made a new life for himself and his daughter. He's given up three-piece suits and corporate haircuts for denim cutoffs and a ponytail. And being a river runner—guiding rafts up and down the magnificent Rio Grande—obviously agrees with him. Her sister's ex-husband has improved in every way. He's become a real family man. He's even less hostile toward her. Until he discovers the betrayal… FAMILY MAN. He's sexy, he's single… And he's a father. Can any woman resist?
It would be simplest for all concerned if we spoke of " peace in eternal life , " or of
" eternal " or of “ eternal life in peace , " as the end or supreme good of this City . The trouble with the expression “ eternal life ” is that those unfamiliar with the ...
Author: Forrest E. Baird
This anthology of readings in Western Medieval philosophy represents the towering medieval thinkers--Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and William of Ockham--as well as other medieval figures. It features the best available translations of books--complete works or complete selections of works--which are both central to each philosopher's thought and are widely accepted as part of the "canon." The selections are readable and accessible, while still being faithful to the original. Includes Introductions to each historical period and to each philosopher, and an abundance of drawings, diagrams, photographs, and a timeline. KEY TOPICS: EARLY CHRISTIAN DOCUMENTS. Jesus. Paul and the Early Church. The Church Fathers. OTHER FOUNDATIONAL DOCUMENTS. Philo of Alexandria. Plotinus. Pseudo-Dionysius Areopagite. AUGUSTINE. EARLY MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY. Boethius. John Scotus Eriugena. Anselm (and Guanilo). Peter Abelard. Hildegard of Bingen. John of Salisbury. ISLAMIC AND JEWISH PHILOSOPHY IN THE MIDDLE AGES. Avicenna. al-Ghazali. Averroes. Moses Maimonides. THIRTEENTH-CENTURY PHILOSOPHY. Robert Grosseteste. Roger Bacon. Bonaventure. THOMAS AQUINAS. LATE MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY. John Duns Scotus. William of Ockham. Meister Eckhart. Catherine of Siena.Nicholas Cusanas. GIOVANNI PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA. MARKET: For anyone interested in Medieval Philosophy.
Thus, we may say of peace what we have said of eternal life — that it is our
highest good; more particularly because the ... The trouble with 'peace' is that,
even on the level of earthly and temporal values, nothing that we can talk about,
long for ...
And of the increase of his government of peace there would be no end . Yet he '
s a child born of a woman . John the Revelator , I think its the twelfth chapter of
Revelation , he said there was a wonder in heaven , a woman clothed in the sun
Buckle your seat belts for this one.' - ROBIN HOBB 'Crammed with characters and detail, the intricately woven story never slackens its merciless grip.' - DAILY MAIL 'A LITTLE HATRED is one of Abercrombie's best books yet.
Author: JOE. ABERCROMBIE
Second in the AGE OF MADNESS trilogy, THE TROUBLE WITH PEACE is the next instalment of a series which is revolutionising fantasy . . . Conspiracy. Betrayal. Rebellion. Peace is just another kind of battlefield . . . Savine dan Glokta, once Adua's most powerful investor, finds her judgement, fortune and reputation in tatters. But she still has all her ambitions, and no scruple will be permitted to stand in her way. For heroes like Leo dan Brock and Stour Nightfall, only happy with swords drawn, peace is an ordeal to end as soon as possible. But grievances must be nursed, power seized and allies gathered first, while Rikke must master the power of the Long Eye . . . before it kills her. Unrest worms into every layer of society. The Breakers still lurk in the shadows, plotting to free the common man from his shackles, while noblemen bicker for their own advantage. Orso struggles to find a safe path through the maze of knives that is politics, only for his enemies, and his debts, to multiply. The old ways are swept aside, and the old leaders with them, but those who would seize the reins of power will find no alliance, no friendship, and no peace, lasts forever.
But - no peace . Indeed , it has become platitudinous to call the love of peace a
platitude . The trouble with peace is that it floats . As conceived by the modern
mind , peace is the absence of violent trouble , and who is in favor of violent
Asks , or carefully TROUBLE A MAN TILL SOLVED . avoids asking , “ If a man die
shall he His thought of God or gods , afar live again ? ... This was the trouble with
dimly desirous to be at peace with the king ; that handwriting on the them .
That's peace for you ! I've been in ... But when it does get moving , it's a pisser ,
and they're all scared of peace , like a dice player who can't stop — ' cause when
peace comes they have to pay up . ... You know what the trouble with peace is ?
Author: Stanley A. Clayes
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Plays representing a variety of dramatic types, historical periods, and cultures are presented together with introductory headnotes and essays
PEACE “Peace has its victories no less than war,” but it doesn't have as many
monuments to unveil. Kin Hubbard ... trouble with peace propaganda is that
when it's permitted it isn't necessary, and when it's necessary it isn't permitted.
Or you make peace with someone you ' ve been angry with . It ' s being kind
when you don ' t have to . ” “ But Santa ' s just a made - up story . Right ? ” . “ Hard
to say . Almost every country has a legend about a person who gives gifts . All
Author: Betsy Sachs
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Category: Christmas stories
When Billy Getten's class puts on a holiday play he learns how different cultures celebrate winter and wonders if there really is a Santa Claus.
breast to the trouble , yet rejoicing in it , for they that are exercised thereby are
they that follow after peace and find it . O , if I could only tell this story to you as it
has been told me sometimes , - yes ! as it has been told me this very past week ,
And comfort leads to peace , and more comfort . That ' s health with a capital H . ”
“ It works very well . ” “ Then everything ' s okay . ” “ Nicky , I ' m so disappointed in
myself , ” she said . Nicky ' s knees buckled . “ I swore this would never happen ...
Author: Joseph Colicchio
Publisher: Bridge Works Publishing Company
With a nod to Kurt Vonnegut's audacious sense of humor, the author demonstrates the humanity of his odd-ball characters. His portrayal of a city neighborhood in transition also gives the story a distinctive sense of place.
The trouble with peace missions in the Nigerian crisis before the war was their
refusal or inability to tackle with realism and objectivity the basic problems that
faced the country . The recommendations implicitly recognised Lt . Col . Gowon
The trouble with peace advocates toThe Conservative papers have criti day is
that they have only their desire cized Mme . Key lately for her un for peace , and
that we have as yet orFundamentally right from Swedish or pro - Ally leanings ,
Hurled into a dark and dismal premarital abyss teeming with engagement parties, boring business functions, and dress fittings, Catherine Lacey, a successful wholesale fish dealer, begins to question her beliefs on love, fidelity, and ...
Author: Andes Hruby
Hurled into a dark and dismal premarital abyss teeming with engagement parties, boring business functions, and dress fittings, Catherine Lacey, a successful wholesale fish dealer, begins to question her beliefs on love, fidelity, and marriage, in a hilarious debut novel that navigates the tumultous landscape of modern love, sex, friendship, and womanhood. A first novel. Reprint.
... when Bobby Seale was still shackled and gagged in the courtroom . It was
reported by Liberation News Service . " ) 1446 " The Trial of Lonnie McLucas and
the New Haven 9 , " Black Panther , 07 18 07 01 70 1447 " The trouble with peace ...
Author: Albert Jay Miller
Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press
Lists more than fifty-four hundred reports, books, letters, diaries and other written materials offering diverse views on such social issues as military draft, drug use, and gun control
The trouble with peace : times have changed for Derry ' s ' cultural provos . ”
Observer 26 Feb . 1995 . O ' Toole , Fintan . “ Chekhov without control . ' Irish
Times 7 March 1995 : Tricycle theatre , London , 10 April 1995 Billington ,. 10 .
Author: Kenneth Nally
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub
Category: Performing Arts
Though widely lauded as one of the most creative and challenging forces in Irish theatre Frank McGuinnesss plays have often met with a tempestuous reception. This new work details the significance of key productions of his plays in the context of Irelands culture and society. Charting McGuinnesss development as a dramatist from The Factory Girls through to Gates of Gold it combines cultural, political and theatrical analysis to position McGuinness as the most significant Irish playwright of his generation. Textual analysis supports considerations of theatrical performance to show how visual art, stagecraft, sculpture and song are central to our understanding of McGuinnesss theatre. Drawing forth the range of sexual, familial and national identities found in McGuinnesss work this book shows the significance of symbols in theatre that often seeks to confuse the simplicities of absolutes in order to show the complexities of difference. Wide-ranging, theoretically astute and written in a lucid and engaging style, Celebrating Confusion will appeal to all readers who are interested in Irish Theatre and its intersection with the politics and culture of contemporary Ireland.