Slave Princess

Slave Princess

SHACKLED TO A SLAVE!

Author: Juliet Landon

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781460349465

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 505

SHACKLED TO A SLAVE! For ex-cavalry officer Quintus Tiberius Martial duty always comes first. His task to escort the Roman emperor's latest captive should be easy. But one look at his fiery slave and Quintus wants to put his own desires before everything else...For Princess Brighid, her powerful, battle-honed captor has her head in conflict with her heart. Bound by a new-found bondage of emotions, it's not long before Brighid wonders whether she wants to come out of this perilous journey to Aquae Sulis with her virtue intact…!
Categories: Fiction

Reparations for Slavery and the Slave Trade

Reparations for Slavery and the Slave Trade

emphasizing that preserving the records could also cause future legal problems
for the old slave owners. ... the idea of the abolition of slavery as a gift given by
the redeemer Princess Isabel to the enslaved population remained present in the
 ...

Author: Ana Lucia Araujo

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350010581

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 721

Slavery and the Atlantic slave trade are among the most heinous crimes against humanity committed in the modern era. Yet, to this day no former slave society in the Americas has paid reparations to former slaves or their descendants. European countries have never compensated their former colonies in the Americas, whose wealth relied on slave labor, to a greater or lesser extent. Likewise, no African nation ever obtained any form of reparations for the Atlantic slave trade. Ana Lucia Araujo argues that these calls for reparations are not only not dead, but have a long and persevering history. She persuasively demonstrates that since the 18th century, enslaved and freed individuals started conceptualizing the idea of reparations in petitions, correspondences, pamphlets, public speeches, slave narratives, and judicial claims, written in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. In different periods, despite the legality of slavery, slaves and freed people were conscious of having been victims of a great injustice. This is the first book to offer a transnational narrative history of the financial, material, and symbolic reparations for slavery and the Atlantic slave trade. Drawing from the voices of various social actors who identified themselves as the victims of the Atlantic slave trade and slavery, Araujo illuminates the multiple dimensions of the demands of reparations, including the period of slavery, the emancipation era, the post-abolition period, and the present.
Categories: History

Shadows of the Slave Past

Shadows of the Slave Past

81 In 1953, following repatriation of the royal couple's remains to Rio de Janeiro,
the demands for a monument honoring the princess became more visible in
Brazil's printed media. On July 2, 1953, a short notice in Rio de Janeiro's
newspaper ...

Author: Ana Lucia Araujo

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135011970

Category: History

Page: 250

View: 265

This book is a transnational and comparative study examining the processes that led to the memorialization of slavery and the Atlantic slave trade in the second half of the twentieth century. Araujo explores numerous kinds of initiatives such as monuments, memorials, and museums as well as heritage sites. By connecting different projects developed in various countries and urban centers in Europe, Africa, and the Americas during the last two decades, the author retraces the various stages of the Atlantic slave trade and slavery including the enslavement in Africa, the process of confinement in slave depots, the Middle Passage, the arrival in the Americas, the daily life of forced labor, until the fight for emancipation and the abolition of slavery. Relying on a multitude of examples from the United States, Brazil, and the Caribbean, the book discusses how different groups and social actors have competed to occupy the public arena by associating the slave past with other human atrocities, especially the Holocaust. Araujo explores how the populations of African descent, white elites, and national governments, very often carrying particular political agendas, appropriated the slave past by fighting to make it visible or conceal it in the public space of former slave societies.
Categories: History

The Slave Lover

The Slave Lover

Princess was on her way back to New York merely to receive the final word on
her husband's death, she really didn't want to hear anything about predictions of
the future if it had anything to do with Ron Marelli, because he had tried to
destroy ...

Author: Charlie “Chawtoma” Davis

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781634175265

Category: Fiction

Page: 294

View: 830

When NYPD agent Dajahn Rocmah, along with partner Delfori Bagans, receives a distress-call assistance from 911 one rainy Thursday night, little did he know that he would be led to a woman that was like no other he’d met. Except for the fact that Princess Martins Marelli was involved in a domestic argument with her wealthy estranged husband, she seemed to be your typical bombshell blonde—or so Rocmah thought. Princess is in fact anything but vanilla. She comes from a rich ancestry that began on a farm in Georgia between the white farm owner’s son, Luther Martins II, and a black slave girl named Tamalu, Luther Junior’s friend from childhood. The Slave Lover (Chocolate in the Milk) is a unique love story that spans races and generations, from the Civil War to present-day New York City. It follows the struggles and successes of the Martins family amid their interracial backdrop and the pains and pleasures that go along with it.
Categories: Fiction

The Suppression of the African Slave Trade to the United States of America 1638 1870

The Suppression of the African Slave Trade to the United States of America  1638 1870

... that Du Bois's celebration of black accomplishments did not turn away from the
bitter history of slavery that spawned them: ... Homi Bhabha sees The Dark
Princess (1928) as another odd work, a “Bollywoodstyle Bildungsroman,” in
which the ...

Author: W. E. B. Du Bois

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780199957941

Category: History

Page: 290

View: 576

The Suppression of the African Slave Trade to the United States of America, 1638-1870, W. E. B. Du Bois's groundbreaking monograph, recounts the moral failures and missed opportunities of the American Revolution and the consequences of compromising with slavery.
Categories: History

SPQR IX The Princess and the Pirates

SPQR IX  The Princess and the Pirates

Freed slaves became citizens and took the family name of their master. Thus the
vast majority of Romans ... name, but the descendants of that family's freed slaves
. There was no stigma attached to slave ancestry. Adoption was frequent among
 ...

Author: John Maddox Roberts

Publisher: Minotaur Books

ISBN: 9781429908375

Category: Fiction

Page: 208

View: 150

As I walked back through the City, my mood was moderately elevated. This appointment did not displease me nearly as much as I pretended. Like most Romans I abhorred the very thought of sea duty, but this was one of the rare occasions when I was looking forward to getting away from Rome..... For years I had complained of the disorder of the City, and now that it was gone, I found that I missed it. All the peace and quiet seemed unnatural. I did not expect it to last. - Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger in SPQR IX: The Princess and the Pirates His two years of aedileship over, Decius is ready for his next adventure. He would rather do anything than join the war with Caesar in the dismal forests of Gaul, so he and his slave/protégé Hermes find themselves on a mission to rid the Mediterranean of pirates. They set off with shoddy ships and sailors to the island of Cyprus, where a young Cleopatra is staying. Between her impressive crew and the ex-pirate Ariston providing insider knowledge of that cutthroat occupation, Decius thinks he stands a good chance of bringing himself some glory. That would be too simple, though. The ruler of the island, Silvanus, is murdered in a most peculiar fashion and Decius, as a guest in his home, has a sacred duty to find and punish the guilty party. Because world relations are already strained, he would rather not suspect Cleopatra, heir to the Egyptian throne. But she has plenty of reasons to hate Rome and murder runs in her family. Another guest and suspect is Gabinius, who is in exile and could have easily given up loyalty toward his friend if it meant a quicker return to Rome. In the meantime, Decius is being humiliated in his pirate hunt, and as if this weren't enough, Aphrodite herself seeks Decius's help by appearing to him in a dream vision. As Decius investigates world trade, the island history, and the new kind of piracy plaguing the waters, he is finding connections more menacing than he had ever imagined possible. In this ninth book in the series, Roberts crafts another skillful mystery, this time fervently pulsing with the collision of Roman, Greek, and Egyptian interests.
Categories: Fiction

Recollections of an Egyptian Princess

Recollections of an Egyptian Princess

... thanks to the second Princess ; but we were still very badly off for somebody to
keep the rooms clean and in order . Domestic service is a great difficulty in the
East . The natives have their slaves , and European or Levantine residents are ...

Author: Ellen Chennells

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HW3A4P

Category: Egypt

Page: 376

View: 821

Categories: Egypt

The Family tutor

The Family tutor

The little princess felt both fear and sorrow at being left in the hands of strangers ,
and she sat on the ground amongst the other slave children as much out of sight
as she could ; she hugged her parrot in her arms , and kept her hidden in the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555023152

Category:

Page:

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A Princess of Fiji

A Princess of Fiji

Men of Na Sau ! when did you learn to admit slaves to the free council of
householders ? ... slaves of free Fijians in other towns , where Fijians still are
proud of their Fijian blood and their Fijian ways , than be what you are , slaves of
our slave .

Author: William Churchill

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044043350305

Category: Fiji

Page: 351

View: 253

Categories: Fiji

The spiritual man or The spiritual life reduced to its first principles tr by a member of the Order of mercy authoress of The life of mother McCauley

The spiritual man  or  The spiritual life reduced to its first principles  tr  by a member of the Order of mercy  authoress of  The life of mother McCauley

Now , how shameful it would be if the soul , which is created to govern the body ,
were to become the slave instead of the ruler of the passions and appetites ! If a
man espoused to a rich , noble , learned and beautiful princess , should prefer a
 ...

Author: Jean Baptiste de Saint Jure

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590869548

Category:

Page:

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Categories:

Prince Princess and People

Prince  Princess  and People

... the Public Life and Work of Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of
Wales, 1863-1889 Sir Henry C. Burdett ... On this eventful day , fifty years before ,
upwards of three - quarters of a million slaves living in dependencies of Great ...

Author: Sir Henry C. Burdett

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105018477591

Category: Great Britain

Page: 398

View: 974

Categories: Great Britain

The Turkish Slave Or The Dumb Dwarf of Constantinople

The Turkish Slave  Or  The Dumb Dwarf of Constantinople

A Story of the Eastern World Maturin Murray Ballou. “ But would you not rather be
bride to a rich pasha , and live in Constantinople , Esmah ? ” continued the
Circassian . “ I had rather not be a bride at all , ” sighed the princess . “ Not be a
bride ...

Author: Maturin Murray Ballou

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B288527

Category: Dwarfs

Page: 128

View: 728

Categories: Dwarfs

Timely Topics

Timely Topics

While he showed the slaves and the jewels to the Princess , Aladdin ' s mother
carried the good news to her sor . ... Here he rubbed the lamp , and , when its
slave reappeared , said :" Genie , convey me at once to a bath . . and give me the
 ...

Author: Henry Romaine Pattengill

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015071439502

Category: Michigan

Page:

View: 405

Categories: Michigan

The Novels of Benjamin Disraeli

The Novels of Benjamin Disraeli

I am a sincere Moslemin , and “ I make it a rule only to have ugly will not worship
it . , Tell me some news , slaves . ... ance ; but I got into such disgrace by that the
princess , who fought by the side of late affair of the Circassian , thather father .

Author: Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield)

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112108140952

Category:

Page:

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Of Crowns and Glory Slave Warrior Queen Rogue Prisoner Princess and Knight Heir Prince Books 1 2 and 3

Of Crowns and Glory  Slave  Warrior  Queen  Rogue  Prisoner  Princess and Knight  Heir  Prince  Books 1  2 and 3

Here are three bestselling novels, all in one convenient file. In SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN, 17 year old Ceres, a beautiful, poor girl in the Empire city of Delos, lives the harsh and unforgiving life of a commoner.

Author: Morgan Rice

Publisher: Morgan Rice

ISBN: 9781632919243

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 750

View: 764

“Morgan Rice has come up with what promises to be another brilliant series, immersing us in a fantasy of valor, honor, courage, magic and faith in your destiny. Morgan has managed again to produce a strong set of characters that make us cheer for them on every page.…Recommended for the permanent library of all readers that love a well-written fantasy.” --Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos (regarding Rise of the Dragons) A bundle of books one, two and three in Morgan Rice’s new #1 Bestselling epic fantasy series OF CROWNS AND GLORY (SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN, ROGUE, PRISONER, PRINCESS and KNIGHT, HEIR, PRINCE). Here are three bestselling novels, all in one convenient file. In SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN, 17 year old Ceres, a beautiful, poor girl in the Empire city of Delos, lives the harsh and unforgiving life of a commoner. By day she delivers her father’s forged weapons to the palace training grounds, and by night she secretly trains with them, yearning to be a warrior in a land where girls are forbidden to fight. With her pending sale to slavehood, she is desperate. 18 year old Prince Thanos despises everything his royal family stands for. He abhors their harsh treatment of the masses, especially the brutal competition—The Killings—that lies at the heart of the city. He yearns to break free from the restraints of his upbringing, yet he, a fine warrior, sees no way out. In ROGUE, PRISONER, PRINCESS, 17 year old Ceres, finds herself forced, by royal decree, to fight in the Stade, the brutal arena where warriors from all corners of the world come to kill each other. Pitted against ferocious opponents, her chances of survival are slim. Her only chance lies in drawing on her innermost powers, and making the transition, once and for all, from slave to warrior. 18 year old Prince Thanos wakes on the isle of Haylon to discover he has been stabbed in the back by his own people, left for dead on the blood-soaked beach. Captured by the rebels, he must crawl his way back to life, find who tried to assassinate him, and seek his revenge. Ceres and Thanos, a world apart, have not lost their love for each other; yet the Empire court teems with lies, betrayal and duplicity, and as jealous royals weave intricate lies, they each, in a tragic misunderstanding, are led to believe the other is dead. The choices they make will determine each other’s fate. In KNIGHT, HEIR, PRINCE, 17 year old Ceres, a beautiful, poor girl from the Empire city of Delos, finds herself alone at sea, drifting towards the mythic Isle Beyond the Mist—and towards the mother she never met. She is ready to complete her training, to finally understand her power, and to become the warrior she was meant to be. But will her mother be there to greet her? Will she teach her all she needs to know? And will she reveal all of the secret of Ceres’ identity? In Delos, Thanos, thinking Ceres is dead, finds himself wedded to Stephania, and immersed deeper in a court he cannot escape from and in a family he hates. He also finds himself in the midst of the erupting Revolution, which culminates in a daring attack on the Stade.He is stuck in a game of pawns and kings, of traitors and queens, and it may be Ceres, after all, who is destined to change it all. Of CROWNS AND GLORY tells an epic tale of tragic love, vengeance, betrayal, ambition, and destiny. Filled with unforgettable characters and heart-pounding action, it transports us into a world we will never forget, and makes us fall in love with fantasy all over again. Book #4 in OF CROWNS AND GLORY will be released soon!
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

NIrV Precious Princess Bible eBook

NIrV  Precious Princess Bible  eBook

10The slave drivers and the others who were in charge left. They said to the
people, “Pharaoh says, 'I won't give you any more straw. 11Go and get your own
straw anywhere you can find it. But you still have to make the same number of
bricks.

Author: Zondervan,

Publisher: Zonderkidz

ISBN: 9780310729839

Category: Bibles

Page: 2048

View: 514

Perfect for every little princess, this Bible includes the complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)—the NIV for kids! Written at a third grade reading level, this translation is easy for her to explore God's word. The twelve colorful tip-in pages will delight little girls with Bible verses that assure her she is God’s precious princess, describe the characteristics of a princess, and list the princesses and queens mentioned in the Bible. The compact size is ideal to carry everywhere. Other features include: - Dictionary for explaining difficult words - 100 Famous Bible Stories - Easy-to-read type size
Categories: Bibles

The Atlantic Slave Trade Nineteenth century

The Atlantic Slave Trade  Nineteenth century

Author: Jeremy Black

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Company

ISBN: 0754625826

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 474

View: 669

Covering the Atlantic slave trade from its origins to 1600, this work looks at the reasons for its development. Particular attention is devoted to the demographic situation in Latin America and to European attitudes to slavery.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Arabian Nights Entertainments

The Arabian Nights  Entertainments

When the princess was about to depart , he accosted one of her slaves , and said
to him in a whisper , “ Brother , I have ... If this secret , " answered the slave , “
concerns Prince Codadad , I can venture to promise that you shall on this very
day ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044012650008

Category: Fairy tales

Page: 796

View: 820

Categories: Fairy tales

Lea Island Princess Warrior

Lea  Island Princess Warrior

mong the first of the stories he would tell was the Aone where he experienced the
female slave trade, he refused to ship live merchandise, and especially humans
held captive in slavery. These women were sold into slavery from Russia, West ...

Author: Chuck Sanders

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 9781622128440

Category: Fiction

Page: 322

View: 888

On the day the pirates landed, Lea was living happily with her tribe on a small island in the Pacific. The pirates destroyed her village, burning it to the ground. They captured Lea and sold into slavery as a prostitute in Asia. Her Asian owner eventually decides to take her to Europe, where he can earn more money from her. But when she is put aboard the ship, the captain sees her and falls in love. He wins Lea in a card game from her owner. The captain teaches Lea to read and write. He also shows her martial arts, swordsmanship and marksmanship, making her an able warrior. Lea's strange journey takes a lot of twists and turns, but her ultimate goal is to get back to her Island so she can rebuild her tribe and once again find her old way of life. Lea falls in love with her sea captain, but they wonder if they can start a life together. The novel Lea, Island Princess Warrior shows the strength of one woman and how her mission is never forgotten. Col. Chuck Sanders is a disabled Vietnam veteran who served in the Marines. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, he now lives with his family in Kurtistown, Hawaii. Lea initially started out to be a short story.After I gave her life, she seemed to take on her own persona. I felt like I was a medium and she was filtering through me as though she had actually lived at some point. He is writing his next book, Life After Vietnam. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/ChuckSander
Categories: Fiction

Aesthetes and Decadents of the 1890s

Aesthetes and Decadents of the 1890s

sAloMé: He says terrible things about my mother, does he not? second soldier:
We never understand what he says, Princess. sAloMé: Yes; he says terrible
things about her. (&nter a slave.) THE SLAVE: Princess, the Tetrarch prays you to
 ...

Author: Karl Beckson

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 9781613734353

Category: Poetry

Page: 337

View: 658

The Aesthetic and Decadent Movement of the late 19th century spawned the idea of "Art for Art's Sake," challenged aesthetic standards and shocked the bourgeosie. From Walter Pater's study, "The Renaissance to Salome, the truly decadent collaboration between Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley, Karl Beckson has chosen a full spectrum of works that chronicle the British artistic achievement of the 1890s. In this revised edition of a classic anthology, "The Ballad of Reading Gaol" has been included in its entirety; the bibliography has been completely updated; Professor Beckson's notes and commentary have been expanded from the first edition published in 1966. The so-called Decadent or Aesthetic period remains one of the most interesting in the history of the arts. The poetry and prose of such writers as Yeats, Wilde, Symons, Johnson, Dowson, Barlas, Pater and others are included in this collection, along with sixteen of Aubrey Beardsley's drawings.
Categories: Poetry