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This is a concise but comprehensive guide to Tolstoy's literary and philosophical writings, focusing on aspects of his work that students find most difficult.Count Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy (1828-1910) is one of the most important writers in the Western tradition. His two great, giant novels, "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina", are regarded as pinnacles of the genre; they cover an enormous range of basic human experiences with a precision and probing spirit that, in the words of one critic, are simply 'unmatched by any other writer.'This guide offers students a clear introduction to Tolstoy's literary works from his major novels to the shorter novels and texts, including "Hadji Murat" and "The Death of Ivan Ilyich". The guide also covers major themes, including sex, death, authority and evil and offers an overview of Tolstoy's religious and philosophical thought. A final chapter assesses his lasting influence in the spheres of literature and culture, religion and philosophy and on major figures, including Joyce, Ghandi, Wittgenstein and Heidegger. This is a comprehensive and readable guide to one of the most remarkable writers and thinkers of the nineteenth century." Continuum's Guides for the Perplexed" are clear, concise and accessible introductions to thinkers, writers and subjects that students and readers can find especially challenging - or indeed downright bewildering. Concentrating specifically on what it is that makes the subject difficult to grasp, these books explain and explore key themes and ideas, guiding the reader towards a thorough understanding of demanding material.
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Em and Lo's Sex Toy breaks down all the hot hardware - from cock rings to paddles, dildos to whips - in this responsible yet hysterical primer on sex toys.
As a foreigner to English shores, the Prince is confused by the complexities of sexual politics and sexual behaviour among the women and men of Britain, compared to the relatively simple sex encounters of his home in the islands of the Pacific. From the bewitching top-shelf adult magazines to adult erotica of an entirely different sort, the Prince discovers the formula by which pornography stimulates English men to action, and some of the more bizarre activities which a few crave to see. In letters home to his brother, he comments on gender differences as he understands them from his flatmate and friends. He describes in uninhibited detail the attractions and pleasures of sex encounters that seem so prevalent in English society, and the various forms of adult erotica that exist in the booming sexual service industry. The sexual behaviour of women and men and adult magazines has him curious, but his friend Monica, who says she is a feminist, tells him that the sexual politics of gender differences is far more complicated than it seems. Who should he believe? And what should he take back to the uncomplicated society of his homeland, where relationships between men and women are much more simple? The author, Trevor Harvey MA is a social scientist and art critic living in Sussex, England. His first book is social science fiction, anthropology in reverse, an alternative view on sexual politics which suggests some hope within the chaos of modern relations between men and women.
A new toy store is opening and George can't wait. Once George gets inside, the owner thinks his antics may be bad for business. It's not long before George has her jumping through hoops to try to contain his curiosity. Will George's playful nature really drive customers away, or will everyone's favorite monkey find a clever way to save the day?
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