She charges that the book produces a fear of child autonomy that reinforces adult authority and presumably causes the child to repress his or her own desire for autonomy. When the ghost that the child sees ends up being the child's own ...
Author: V. Nicol
Category: Social Science
All behaviours, indeed all forms of agency, are viewed as emotionally-driven. This book provides an approach to emotional experience and agency which drastically nuances the commonly held view that fear has predominantly irrational, morally, or ideologically suspect effects which thwart the exercise of autonomy.
Mud caked the soles of his expensive leather shoes as he made his way to the door of the modern log structure. It looked as if it had been assembled from one of those kits that well-heeled couples bought to set up getaway homes in the ...
Author: Janice Maynard
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
All business, all the time, is billionaire Leo Cavallo’s motto. So two months of forced relaxation is certainly not the CEO’s idea of a Christmas bonus. Then he meets his neighbour, the irresistible Phoebe Kemper, and a storm forces them to become roommates.
Author: Stavros Stavrou KarayanniPublish On: 2009-08-03
And I thank Cihangir Gümüsturkmen for sharing his fabulous work, especially the photo on the cover of this book. Jacqueline Larson at Wilfrid Laurier Press guided me through the various critical stages of this book. She has believed in ...
Author: Stavros Stavrou Karayanni
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Category: Performing Arts
Throughout centuries of European colonial domination, the bodies of Middle Eastern dancers, male and female, move sumptuously and seductively across the pages of Western travel journals, evoking desire and derision, admiration and disdain, allure and revulsion. This profound ambivalence forms the axis of an investigation into Middle Eastern dance—an investigation that extends to contemporary belly dance. Stavros Stavrou Karayanni, through historical investigation, theoretical analysis, and personal reflection, explores how Middle Eastern dance actively engages race, sex, and national identity. Close readings of colonial travel narratives, an examination of Oscar Wilde’s Salome, and analyses of treatises about Greek dance, reveal the intricate ways in which this controversial dance has been shaped by Eurocentric models that define and control identity performance.
I fear birth , old age , disease , and death , and so I seek to find a sure mode of deliverance ; I have put away thought of relatives and family affection , how is it possible then for me to return to the world ( five desires ) 835 ...
“ Who desire to fear take a journey for the purpose . Pilate thy name . ” 1. It dares not mention asked , " What is truth ? ” and would not faultless conduct . With Abraham it wait for an answer . Desires are nothing says , “ I , that ...
The newlyweds showed the proof of their love for the remainder of the night and the rest of eternity. Because, after all, it is not everyday desire seduces fear. Other books by Nalana Phillips The Hawthorn Prince and His 148.
Author: Nalana Phillips
Publisher: Nalana Phillips
It is the year 2001, and the pantheons are in trouble. None of the new generations wish to marry into the families. There has been a meeting called between the Greek and Egyptian leaders. They have come together to discuss a solution and the only one they can seem to come up with is a marriage between their pantheons. Anhor, the God of desire, son of Horus and Hathor, is the first to volunteer and picks Dedra, goddess of fear, to be his bride. Dedra is not impressed with this decision and rather agrees. She adamantly refuses before vanishing. Anhor will have none of it, though. He has a burning desire for the petite, curvy goddess with raven black hair and large amethyst colored eyes. He swears he will have her. Dedra, the goddess of fear and house of war, has never known true love, not from any man or God she has encountered before. Either they are afraid of her, or they are a relation to her. She does not wish to have any part of either one. One day while she bathed in a pool, Anhor happened upon her and awoke a feeling of passion within her that she does not understand. This feeling is scary to her, for Anhor is unlike any god she has known. He seems determined to show her why he is named the God of desire by awakening hers with his bronze skin, long black hair, and golden eyes. As the couple gets to know each other, they do not realize that enemies plot to destroy the peace between the pantheons with a dastardly plot. Will the couple overcome the challenge they face, or will the threat of others tear everything apart that they have worked for? Read When Desire Seduces Fear today, enter a world of gods and goddesses of old and new. It's a tale for the ages.
LIII . seek after truth . one of the company and said , Sir , stitious fears ; but take courage , thy disciples are ... If a man desire truth , let him moment to see him stricken dead , rule over his mischievous passions but still he ...
For this I observe , that strong desires to have , are attended with strong fears of missing . What man most sets his heart upon , and what his desires are most after , he ofttimes most fears he shall not obtain .
For the love of him, and to satisfy his desire and will, we propose briefly to speak in this book in order that shortly he shall be ... First, it behooves him to ask the squire, who desires to be a knight, if he loves and fears God. For ...
The Players Club, Book 6 Erika Wilde. fears, and the thought of losing you frightens me even more. You make me believe ... “Sugar, you're worth fighting for,” he drawled huskily as he wiped away the moisture on her cheek with his thumb.
Author: Erika Wilde
Publisher: Erika Wilde
All she wanted was one night of sensual bliss. What she got was double the pleasure. When Summer Hughes is finally given an invitation to The Players Club, she’s beyond ready to spend an evening with a gorgeous, dominant stranger. Declan Burke is pure alpha male and exactly what she’s looking for, the kind of man who will tap into all her dark, forbidden desires and make them all a reality. What Summer doesn’t count on is Declan’s step-brother, Rick Dunne, who is equally commanding . . . and fiercely protective. Both men want her . . . but can they both have her?