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The Clash of Amulets: The duel of the Wills By Russell J Baines
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An extract from my forthcoming novel, one in a series of nine. Book one avaliable in January 2008. An ancient war is coming, unlike anything ever witnessed before. If the battle is lost,... More > existance will end. At the edge of Fordorian space, on the jungle planet of Safro, a small group of strangers will slowly begin to witness the beginning of the end. Drawn together by a common enemy who threatens to destroy them all they will find hope in a lone saviour in the shape of the mysterious Satorn 'D'Orn. This figure of myth and legend will send them on a quest to save an ancient Princess from the grasp of an evil race and into a war which may well consume the universe itself. "Their war is ours, their time is now and myths walk amongst us."< Less
Devotions together with Death's Duel By John Donne
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Devotions upon Emergent Occasions is a 1624 prose wo rk by the English writer John Donne, who dedicated it to the future King Charles I. It is a series of reflections that were written as Donne... More > recovered from a serious illness, believed to be either typhus or relapsing fever. (Donne does not clearly identify the disease in his text.) He describes this as a "preternatural birth, in returning to life, from this sickness". The work consists of twenty-three parts ('devotions') describing each stage of the sickness. Each part is further divided into a Meditation, an Expostulation, and a Prayer.< Less
The Duel and Other Stories By Anton Chekhov
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A group of ex-Muscovites are living in the hot and humid Caucasus. Among them are Laevsky, Nadyezhda Fyodorovna, Von Koren, Samoylenko, and a deacon. Laevsky and Nadyezhda are lovers. They came to... More > the town to flee Nadyezhda’s husband and to live together in their own home. Instead, they remain in rented rooms. Laevsky drinks, gambles, and blankly performs the few tasks necessary in his government job. He spends much of his time figuring out how to get away from Nadyezhda, whom he has grown to hate. Nadyezhda herself is bored and has affairs.< Less
Demon Hunter: Duel with The Devil By Krish Mohan
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The Team faces a new threat, The Devil. Can they defeat him? Find out in this action packed Issue
The Duel and Other Stories By Anton Tchekhov
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It was eight o'clock in the morning—the time when the officers, the local officials, and the visitors usually took their morning dip in the sea after the hot, stifling night, and then went into... More > the pavilion to drink tea or coffee. Ivan Andreitch Laevsky, a thin, fair young man of twenty-eight, wearing the cap of a clerk in the Ministry of Finance and with slippers on his feet, coming down to bathe, found a number of acquaintances on the beach, and among them his friend Samoylenko, the army doctor. With his big cropped head, short neck, his red face, his big nose, his shaggy black eyebrows and grey whiskers, his stout puffy figure and his hoarse military bass, this Samoylenko made on every newcomer the unpleasant impression of a gruff bully; but two or three days after making his acquaintance, one began to think his face extraordinarily good-natured, kind, and even handsome. In spite of his clumsiness and rough manner,...< Less
Unfortunate Duel By Michael Berg
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Это роман о Пушкине, который не... More > погиб на дуэли, а убив на ней барона Дантеса, был подвергнут остракизму общества и навсегда сослан в деревню. Журнал "Итоги": "Вопрос о кощунстве пусть обсуждают те, кому это интересно, а лично мы были очарованы крепостью и энергией текста, а также неуемной фантазией эрудированного автора. Стилизовано все это безукоризненно и качественно, с массой исторических подробностей, создающих полную иллюзию достоверности рассказа".< Less
Unfortunate Duel By Michael Berg
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Это роман о Пушкине, который не... More > погиб на дуэли, а убив на ней барона Дантеса, был подвергнут остракизму общества и навсегда сослан в деревню. Журнал "Итоги": "Вопрос о кощунстве пусть обсуждают те, кому это интересно, а лично мы были очарованы крепостью и энергией текста, а также неуемной фантазией эрудированного автора. Стилизовано все это безукоризненно и качественно, с массой исторических подробностей, создающих полную иллюзию достоверности рассказа".< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less

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