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Overcompensating Love By Selena Millman
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Years of abuse and cruelty have left Ty unsure. After learning of Ty, family members overcompensate for years of not being there due to lack of knowledge.
A U.S. Equestrian's Plea to Asians, Europeans, and South Americans: Think Twice before Ordering Horsemeat By Joan Reinbott
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A horse lover and journalist persuades people around the world who eat horsemeat to stop doing so for their own safety and for the sake of animals being subject to cruelty.
A U.S. Equestrian's Plea to Asians, Europeans, and South Americans: Think Twice before Ordering Horsemeat By Joan Reinbott
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A horse lover and journalist persuades people around the world who eat horsemeat to stop doing so for their own safety and for the sake of animals being subject to cruelty.
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Almost Human By D. A. Goodrich
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This is D. A. Goodrich's third chapbook, a little darker and more provocative than the first two. This one deals with terror, cruelty, disease, inhumanity and torture. Enjoy!
Them That Didn't Fit Elsewhere By Samdriksha
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Quips about things every young person goes through, but cannot possible adequately catalogue. This collection speaks of themes of discovery, art, repetition, fatigue, alienation, schedules, holidays,... More > love, cruelty and the dreams we see with our eyes wide awake. It is an attempt to bring together the irrationality, good-sense, pettiness and nobility that make up our human world.< Less
Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte
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Wuthering Heights is a novel by Emily Brontë. Although Wuthering Heights is now widely regarded as a classic of English literature, it received mixed reviews when first published, and was... More > considered controversial because its depiction of mental and physical cruelty was unusually stark, and it challenged strict Victorian ideals of the day, including religious hypocrisy, morality, social classes and gender inequality. Wuthering Heights is the name of the farmhouse on the Yorkshire moors where the story unfolds. The book's core theme is the destructive effect that jealousy and vengefulness have, both on the jealous or vengeful individuals and on their communities.< Less
History Of Flagellation By Unknown
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A narrative of the strange customs and cruelties of the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, &c. With an account of its practice among the Early Christians as a beating, whipping, flogging, corporal... More > punishment, and corrector of morals. Also anecdotes of remarkable cases of flogging and of celebrated flagellants. Originally published in London 1888. A word for word reprint of the original hardback edition, with its untrimmed leaves, presumably apparently privately printed anonymously, now ‘slightly foxed’ and therefore unsuitable for facsimile reproduction. We have however faithfully reproduced the italicisation, spelling, punctuation, etc. of the original as closely as we were able, though we added the cover art to attract today’s customers.< Less
Artists in Evil: An Essay on Evil and Redemption in Marcel Proust's IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME By Herbert Morris
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Two lesbian lovers, Mlle Vinteuil and her friend, cavort amorously and disrespectfully, in ritualized acts of profanation, before the photograph of the recently deceased M. Vinteuil. The young... More > Marcel spies upon this scene. He recalls it on several occasions throughout the novel, and he reports the ritual’s ultimate abandonment. The memory of the scene is always, as it were, in the back of his mind ready to leap forward. Artists in Evil joins Marcel in focusing upon this scene and what it reveals about Marcel’s conceptions of sadism, cruelty, evil and morality generally. The approach is philosophical, depth-psychological and literary. The author argues for the centrality of Mlle Vinteuil to one of the novel’s core themes—redeeming lost time. He claims that her way is Marcel’s way. Marcel’s conduct, his being, and the trajectory of his life, his ultimate triumph, mirrors hers.< Less

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