Let me make it clear that I am making no allegations of bad faith, but we are faced with a clear-cut decision. Either we put down the stories of interplanetary saucers, near-magical powers and men from Venus to misunderstandings and ...
It is also the story of what we now see as the unfolding of " gay " consciousness into a deeper understanding of the Same Sex role in the Universe , and in the complete Book Of Man . It is a story many of us are taking part in each day ...
Author: Perry Brass
Publisher: Perry Brass
"Albert is the story of two worlds - our own, in the midst of political and cultural turmoil - and Ki, a tiny pristine planet, besieged by tribal war and the threat of overpopulation, where gay men mate for life and possess the Egg of the Eye, a third testicle that allows them to listen to the thoughts of others, to reproduce, and to transcend space and time." "Using his Egg, Albert, the endangered son of a Same-Sex male couple from Ki, will be reborn on Earth. The year is 2025, after the fundamentalist White Christian Party has taken over a divided America. Traveling through a nation split among fundamentalist strongholds and "gay reserves," Albert will find the Earth mate who will claim his heart - and allow him to return to Ki and reclaim leadership of the planet. Mesmerizing, erotic, and truthful, Albert is the story of two men - and two worlds - finally merging in these amazing chronicles of The Book Of Man. There, as the gay Everyman at the crossroads of life, death, and identity, Albert will tell his own story and define the ultimate tribe from which he comes."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
No one reasoning on the purely physical constitution of man, could infer that he might be a creature more powerful and ferocious than the lion or the tiger. It is also worthy of mention that the existence of primitive man as a savage ...
Author: J.W Dawson
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: The Story of the Earth and Man by J.W Dawson
He was a man of startling brilliance and inventiveness but a most disagreeable character, and probably insane during the latter part of his life. Rousseau's fame grew after his death, even deeply religious people finding his basic ...
T W Men of the East, and how they traveled from far away to offer their gifts at the manger-cradle in Bethlehem. But have you ever heard the story of the Other Wise Man, who also saw the star in its rising, and set out to follow it, ...
Author: Henry van Dyke
Publisher: Courier Corporation
This elegant little hardcover gift book features two unabridged holiday tales written by a 19th-century American clergyman. These classic seasonal fables abound in the Yuletide traditions of generosity and friendship — perfect sentiments for a gift book!
The domestic and social hindrances that operate on the working man's family are well known to the author , who exposes them in such a manner as to make their hideousness evident to the most obtuse , while no lack of incentives are held ...
This great world war conflict between men and machines was finally over, and peace returned to the war weary world—but only for a while. The survivors went home to live on, too many others did not. More than 100,000 Royal Air Force and ...
'I will tell you my story,' he said. 'You will sympathize. You have a sympathetic face. It is the story of a man's tragedy. It is the story of a blighted life. It is the story of a woman who would not forgive. It is the story–' 'I've ...
STORY OF THE WORLD HOW THE WORLD BEGAN —The Story of the Beginning of Life on Earth H O W T H E E A R T H IS ... INSECTSThe Story of Entomology THE STORY OF MAN HOW THE WORLD GREW UP —The Story of Anthropology RACES OF MEN–The Story of ...
philosopher in Shakespeare felt much of the child's interest in the story; he chose his tales for the sake of the ... of the earlier comedy: indeed, so far as the men go there is hardly anything worth calling character-drawing at all.
Author: Frank Harris
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Liffe Story by Frank Harris