Suzanne goes in rather for psychoanalysis. She pointed out to me that Sir Eustace's whole life was actuated by a desire to be safe and comfortable. He had an acute sense of self-preservation. And the murder of Nadina removed certain ...
Author: Agatha Christie
Publisher: Peschel Press
For Anne Beddingfeld, Southern Africa holds the key to a mystery, if she lives! Young Anne Beddingfeld came to London with a small inheritance and a taste for travel and adventure. She gets more than she bargained for when a stranger falls from the tube platform and is electrocuted on the rails. A man in a brown suit examines the body, but flees before the police arrive. It was an accidental death, but Anne is intrigued. Why did the dead man startle? Why did he have a note regarding an empty house owned by a high-ranking government official? Who was the man in the brown suit who examined him and fled? What is the secret in the cryptic message he left behind: “17-122 Kilmorden Castle”? The mystery deepens when a woman is found strangled in the official's empty house. Anne’s investigation leads her to a cruise ship heading for sunny South Africa, followed by a treacherous journey into Rhodesia. Anne encounters danger, daring escapes, romance, and uncovers a conspiracy that could shake the foundation of the British Empire. Published in 1926, The Man in the Brown Suit was praised for its ingenious plotting and unique narrative structure. This new annotated edition, edited by Bill Peschel, comes with more than 40,000 words in footnotes and essays that delves into the background of the story and the life of its author. The Complete, Annotated Man in the Brown Suit, the sixth book in Peschel Press’ Complete, Annotated series, will entertain, educate, and enlighten you. You’ll see an Agatha Christie at her wittiest and in a way you’ve never seen her before.
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Author: Louisa May Alcott
Publisher: Golgotha Press
Little Men focuses on Plumfield School that Jo and her husband, Professor Bhaer, run on an estate inherited from Jo’s Aunt March. The education that the children receive at Plumfield is based largely on the philosophical ideas of the author’s father, Bronson Alcott, who was a teacher and philosopher. Louisa May Alcott included plot lines that reflected her own philosophy of equal education and opportunities for girls. The book follows the trials and tribulations of other students in the school and ultimately, the Bhaers win them over and their school provides the youngsters with a secure and loving environment in which they can thrive. This annotated edition includes a biography and critical essay.
Author: Patanjali, Swami VivekanandaPublish On: 2012
This process of analysis and synthesis, whereby we select certain qualities in a group of mindimages, and then range together those of ... But when we exercise swift divination upon the mind images, as does a poet or a man of genius., ...
Author: Patanjali, Swami Vivekananda
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
This edition includes an extensive preface by Swami Vivekananda, the chief disciple of the 19th century mystic Ramakrishna Paramahansa and the founder of the Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna Mission. He gives the reader deep insights about Yoga and the Ultimate Goal in Life. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are in themselves exceedingly brief, yet they contain the essence of practical wisdom, set forth in admirable order and detail. The theme, if the present interpreter be right, is the great regeneration, the birth of the spiritual from the psychical man: the same theme which Paul so wisely and eloquently set forth in writing to his disciples in Corinth, the theme of all mystics in all lands. We think of ourselves as living a purely physical life, in these material bodies of ours. In reality, we have gone far indeed from pure physical life; for ages, our life has been psychical, we have been centred and immersed in the psychic nature. Some of the schools of India say that the psychic nature is, as it were, a looking-glass, wherein are mirrored the things seen by the physical eyes, and heard by the physical ears. But this is a magic mirror; the images remain, and take a certain life of their own. Thus within the psychic realm of our life there grows up an imaged world wherein we dwell; a world of the images of things seen and heard, and therefore a world of memories; a world also of hopes and desires, of fears and regrets. Mental life grows up among these images, built on a measuring and comparing, on the massing of images together into general ideas; on the abstraction of new notions and images from these; till a new world is built up within, full of desires and hates, ambition, envy, longing, speculation, curiosity, self-will, self-interest. The teaching of the East is, that all these are true powers overlaid by false desires; that though in manifestation psychical, they are in essence spiritual; that the psychical man is the veil and prophecy of the spiritual man.
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How many times will you rape a man before you see him as damaged goods? I tell you even before you touched him his innocence cried out against the evil. How many times will you rob a man before you declare him poor?
Author: Joshua Alexander
What happened to the love aspect of manhood? Why is that aspect only reserved for relationships with women as it relates to traditional men? Why is the softer more compassionate side of a man only reserved for little children and then done away with when that son, that nephew, grandson, or brother starts getting older? Who determined that once a boy reaches a certain age he can no longer have or experience that type of love any more from his male role models or authority figures? Who constituted the authority to those men before us to make such a decision? Why was that decision ever made and then allowed in the first place? Why was it ever accepted? Why has it not changed?
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15 Then again the Pharisees also Jews had agreed already , that if any man 38. Acts 5. 13 . asked him how he had received his did confess that he was Christ , he should 16.7 . 34. ch . sight . He said unto them , He put be put out of ...
Houbigant renders the last clause , ' But a foolish man will dissipate these ; ' and Schultens , ' But a foolish man , ' or a man given to luxury and extravagance , ' absorbs it ; ' i.e. all that desirable treasure and opulence , which ...
Author: Thomas Brancker (rector of Limington)Publish On: 1850
And that David , when he was thus exalted , was no powerful , or , to outward appearance , eminent man , but the contrary , a youth feeding sheep , 1 Sam . xvi . 11 , and even the youngest and least probable to outward judgment of all ...
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