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How to Naturally Whiten Your Skin By Suzanne Feroz
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“How to Naturally Whiten Your Skin’ provides you with tips and tricks to help you get stunningly fair skin with the use of skin whitening foods, meditation secrets, home-made skin... More > whitening masks and much more! Guaranteed results within 30 days! Grab a copy of this amazing book now to start your journey towards Whiter Skin right away!< Less
The Origin of Races and Color By Martin R Delany
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This then is the great mystery which this little treatise proposes to solve, as well as to show the first steps in the progress of Civilization, the origin and institution of Letters and Literature.... More > On the delicate subject of the integrity of the Races, let it be also understood that we propose, so far as the Pure Races are concerned, to have once and forever settled that they are indestructible, as proven in this treatise. That, as in the substance and science of Chemistry, the two extremes, saccharine and acid, the most intense sweetness and the most intense sourness, are produced by the same material and essential properties, so is it in the substance and science of animal chemistry in the human family in relation to color or complexion of the skin. That the two extremes of color, from the most negative white, "including every possible variety of tint," up to the blackest are all produced by the same material and essential properties of color.< Less
Mortimer - Garlic Boycott By Ilenia Mucciardi
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Mortimer is a dark vampire...with a big sense of humor. He loves marshmellows, water balloon fights and music ( he is also a guitar player ). But, what he likes best is Elizabeth (!) and he really... More > wants to invite her out on a date. There is only one problem: Ophelia. A jealous woman can be pretty dangerous if she wants her revenge. And, as we know, vampires are allergic to garlic.......< Less
Louisa Picquet, the Octoroon, or, Inside Views of Southern Domestic Life. By H. MATTISON
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LOUISA PICQUET, the subject of the following narrative, was born in Columbia, South Carolina, and is apparently about thirty-three years of age. She is a little above the medium height, easy and... More > graceful in her manners, of fair complexion and rosy cheeks, with dark eyes, a flowing head of hair with no perceptible inclination to curl, and every appearance, at first view, of an accomplished white lady. 1 No one, not apprised of the fact, would suspect that she had a drop of African blood in her.....< Less
The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion By William Hannibal Thomas
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The title of this work is sufficiently explicit, I take it, to leave no room for doubt as to its general character, though there is a disposition in some quarters to use other terms than negro to... More > designate that class of our people derived from African origin. For ordinary purposes, the inhabitants of this country may be fairly divided into white and colored classes. Nevertheless, such racial grouping is neither an exact nor a true ethnological designation of the American people, for the reason that it does not agree with known facts. For example, many persons of negroid ancestry, but white in color, are classed with the white race in communities ignorant of their negro origin. On the other hand, many Italians, Portuguese, Mexicans, and Indians, are dark complexioned, but without the least strain of negro blood.< Less
The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion By William Hannibal Thomas
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The title of this work is sufficiently explicit, I take it, to leave no room for doubt as to its general character, though there is a disposition in some quarters to use other terms than negro to... More > designate that class of our people derived from African origin. For ordinary purposes, the inhabitants of this country may be fairly divided into white and colored classes. Nevertheless, such racial grouping is neither an exact nor a true ethnological designation of the American people, for the reason that it does not agree with known facts. For example, many persons of negroid ancestry, but white in color, are classed with the white race in communities ignorant of their negro origin. On the other hand, many Italians, Portuguese, Mexicans, and Indians, are dark complexioned, but without the least strain of negro blood.< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series-Villette-With Illustrated Biography By Charlotte Bronte
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The door opened — his “little treasure” came in. She was dressed, so to speak, in evening beauty; that animation which sometimes comes with the close of day, warmed her eye and... More > cheek; a tinge of summer crimson heightened her complexion; her curls fell full and long on her lily neck; her white dress suited the heat of June. Thinking me alone, she had brought in her hand the letter just written — brought it folded but unsealed. I was to read it. When she saw her father, her tripping step faltered a little, paused a moment — the colour in her cheek flowed rosy over her whole face. .... ISBN: 978-1-257-82980-4< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series-Villette-With Illustrated Biography By Charlotte Bronte
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The door opened — his “little treasure” came in. She was dressed, so to speak, in evening beauty; that animation which sometimes comes with the close of day, warmed her eye and... More > cheek; a tinge of summer crimson heightened her complexion; her curls fell full and long on her lily neck; her white dress suited the heat of June. Thinking me alone, she had brought in her hand the letter just written — brought it folded but unsealed. I was to read it. When she saw her father, her tripping step faltered a little, paused a moment — the colour in her cheek flowed rosy over her whole face. .... ISBN: 978-1-257-82980-4< Less
Names Don't Count By Story Auntie
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Since it is a true story, I am avoiding the name of the places and people involved in it. However, I will try that the narrative provides you immense amount of entertainment and delight. In those... More > days I was going to celebrate my 21st birthday. I often noticed that whenever Sheila visited our house, she kept on staring at my bulge between my thighs. I often felt quite embarrassed because her stare used to be fixed and piercing. She was a very beautiful woman, around thirty, I believe. She was as white as marble though it was quite strange because most of the South Indian women happen to be brown or darker in their complexion. Names Don't Count Copyright Chapter One: Sheila Chapter Two: A Chance Chapter Three: Sheila and Submission Chapter Four: Disclosure< Less