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Author: RV Raman
Publisher: Polis Books
NAMED ONE OF CRIMEREADS' TEN NOVELS YOU SHOULD READ IN DECEMBER Harith Athreya is back, this time to face a centuries old-curse in the second novel in the internationally acclaimed series! An archeological team is excavating on the banks of the Betwa River near Jahnsi. A place where, legend has it, a couple forbidden to marry had run away to be together—forever cursing anyone who dares set foot on the island. When the head of the expedition defies the myth, the fallout is swift and deadly, the body found exactly as the ancient stories describe. Is the death a result of the ancient curse, or is it a down-to-earth case of murder? Detective Harith Athreya, an investigator with a vivid imagination, begins to uncover a mystery where the lines between past and present are blurred, reaping a harvest of evidence and motives—theft, plagiarism and a host of other crimes, showing that few of the archaeologists are what or who they appear to be. Will he be able to unravel the truth from legend before the curse strikes again? The second novel in the internationally acclaimed Harith Athreya series is perfect for fans of riveting classic mysteries by Agatha Christie and films such as Knives Out.
whether Homer has suffered most by his ignorant enemies , or his officious friends ; I beg to carry the veulent dire que l'Isle de Syros est au couchant de Delos ; car c'est ainsi qu'Eustathe l'a d'abord expliqué , keljevn tpos tpotas ...
Le quartier dans lequel l'abbaye de Westminster est situé était autrefois une île formée par un bras de la Tamise , couverte ... Lorsque la cérémonie sut terminée , le saint apôtre ordonna au pêcheur d'aller dire à Mellitus , évêque de ...
Their first task , the presentation of a dire economic prognosis to C.P. Thompson , President of the Board of Trade ... constitution : If then the claim in question rests on the constitution of the Isle of Man , it will be found that no ...
Author: Richard Chiverrell
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Category: Social Science
This study of the Isle of Man surveys all aspects of its history, from the evolution of the landscape to coverage of the political, constitutional, economic, labour, social and cultural developments in the 19th and 20th centuries.
... of whales and orchids and of all forms of life in Mexico City — an " island of asphyxiation " ( Los trabajos 89 ) . These are the dire consequences of " the drunkenness of believing ourselves , by God's will , eternal owners ...
Author: Michael P. Branch
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This volume gathers nineteen of the most representative and defining essays from the journal ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment over the course of its first ten years. Following an introduction that traces the stages of ecocriticism's development, The ISLE Reader is organized into three sections, each of which reflects one of the general goals the journal has sought to accomplish. The section titled "Re-evaluations" provides new readings of familiar environmental writers and new environmental perspectives on authors or literary traditions not usually considered from a green perspective. The writings in "Reaching Out to Other Disciplines" promote cross-pollination among various disciplines and methodologies in the environmental arts and humanities. The writings in the final section, "New Theoretical and Practical Paradigms," are especially significant for the conceptual and methodological terrain they map. The ISLE Reader documents the state of research in ecocriticism and related interdisciplinary fields, provides a survey of the field, and points to new methodologies and possibilities for the future.
The events of 1915 meant that far more ordinary people now became interested in both the deeds and attitude of the Governor and the general government of the island. The will for reform had picked up greater momentum. The dire situation ...
Author: Caroline Smith
Publisher: Pen and Sword
In August 1914, the Isle of Man was in the middle of a very successful summer season. The tourist industry was crucial to the island, but suddenly holiday-makers left and the Steam Packet vessels that normally brought them were requisitioned. The future was uncertain for those who relied on the season and their pleas for assistance were ignored. For some, the cost of living became impossibly high and without the welfare measures that had been brought about in Britain, many faced destitution. Others however, particularly farmers and those involved with the internment camps, would find war very profitable. The divisions between rich and poor grew creating much social disaffection and a bitter battle for reform was fought. As arguments raged over conscription, taxation, the economy and the housing of enemy aliens, the personalities of the period came to prominence. The unprecedented scenes of direct action and several dramatic court cases are brought to life in this account of how the island began its path to progress. The Isle of Man played an important role in World War One, supplying troops and vessels and running special camps for the internment of enemy. 8,261 men enlisted in the armed forces, which was 82.3% of the Isle of Man's male population of military age. Of these, 1,165 gave their lives and 987 were wounded. The experience of war significantly impacted on the Island, from the initial enthusiasm for sorting out the German Kaiser in time for Christmas 1914, to the gradual realization of the enormity of human sacrifice the families of the Isle were committed to as the war stretched out over the next four years. The Great War affected everyone. At home there were wounded soldiers in military hospitals, refugees from Belgium and later on German prisoners of war. There were food and fuel shortages and disruption to schooling. The role of women changed dramatically and they undertook a variety of work undreamed of in peacetime. Extracts from contemporary letters reveal their heroism and give insights into what it was like under battle conditions.
Joinct que ces deux grands géographes Ptolemée et Strabon , disent expressément qu'il n'y a point de terre ferme au delà de l'Espagne et des costes d'Afrique , et Ptolemée met les Isles Fortunez au bout de l'occident , se persuadant ...
... pour ainsi dire , la patrie du saint , puisque les deux localités sont également comprises dans le territoire et sous le nom de la commune actuelle de l'Isle ; et de plus , on peut admettre qu'elle laisserait très probablement saint ...
Some years before these foundations by King Charles I. and Bishop Morley , a plain honest man of the island had given ... These are wholly under the dire & tion and government of the Dein and Ministers , with absolute exclusion of all ...
Le savant Bochart prétend que les Pheniciens donnérent à cette isle le nom de Gesirath Rod , c'est à dire , l'Isle des Serpens : Gesirath , selon cet Auteur , etant un terme commun aux Pheniciens , aux Syriens , aux Arabes , et aux ...
Le traité spécifie ensuite ce que c'est que les dites mers ; ce sont celles qui commencent depuis l'Isle appellée ... L'article XII cède à l'Angleterre toute l'Ancienne Acadie , terres et isles qui en dépendent , c'est - à - dire les ...
... heights of our enchanted isle . This son of Hamilcar Barca , the Thunderbolt , almost fulfilled his destiny . He only failed to make Carthage — the mistress of the world — vice Rome conquered . He reduced Rome to a dire emergency .
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... l'Isle Saint - Jean , c'est à dire 12,083 habitants , en 1754 , sans tenir compte des populations des côtes Sud et Est de la Péninsule , de l'Isle Royale , des côtes NordEst , de la Baie des Chaleurs et de la Rivière Saint - Jean .
She has never tackled such a monster since a certain eventful day when she was nearly murdered by another wounded bird , also a goose , but of a different kind - a solan , or gannet . a Dire is the language which I hurl at her head ...
Soon as the dire lament was play'd , It waked the lurking ambuscade . The Island Lord lookd forth , and spied The cause , and loud in fury cried , 2 “ By Heaven they lead the page to die , And mock me in his agony ! They shall abye it !
Nor blame I friends whose ill - timed speed Fulfill'd my soon - repented deed , Nor oensure those from whose stern tongue The dire anathema has rung . I only blame mine own wild ire , By Scotland's wrongs incensed to fire .
Such is the dire and desperate doom , For sacrilege decreed by Rome ; And such the well - deserved meed Of thine unhallow'd , ruthless deed .'29 · Abbot ! ' The Bruce replied , ' thy charge It boots not to dispute at large .
... Stamford Baron contains the names of 125 people ' wch departed by the sicknes namely the plague ' , 12 a mortality that may well have been a dire calamity in that parish , the population of which probably did not exceed 500 souls .
Author: J. F. D. Shrewsbury
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
How the black rat introduced the bubonic plague into Britain, and the subsequent effects on social and economic life.
... not be absolved for faults that they had not confessed because of embarrassment or fear of the Order's justice, this Anglo-Norman version indicates that they could (Mes toutes les choses qe vous lessez a dire pour hounte de la char, ...
In October 1307 all the brothers of the military religious Order of the Temple in France were arrested on the instructions of King Philip IV and charged with heresy. In November, Pope Clement V instructed King Edward II of England to do likewise. This volume provide the first full translation of the four surviving texts of the trial proceedings that followed in Britain and Ireland, complementing the edition published in volume 1. The trial of the Templars was the first major heresy trial in the British Isles, and the proceedings reveal the Episcopate's attempts to deal with this unprecedented situation, the varying procedures followed in different countries, and how testimonies were recorded and summarised for the Church Councils which eventually decided the fate of the Order of the Temple. The testimonies given during the trial contain a wealth of information about religious beliefs among the lay population of the British Isles (both the Templars and outsiders who gave evidence during the trial), national and international mobility of lay religious, the social function of the order of the Temple in the British Isles and its relations with society at large, and the organisation and operations of the Order of the Temple at a local, national and international level. Detailed introductions to each volume describe the manuscripts and how the material was compiled and arranged, and discuss the course of the proceedings and the value of the evidence they contain. Appendices in this volume also list the names of all the Templars mentioned during the proceedings, Templar houses and the locations of the proceedings in London.
... c'est - à - dire , comme inaccessibles aux motifs de crainte , d'espérance , de sentiment et d'honneur , on les considere plutôt , ce semble , comme des enfans qui ont un superflu de force et qui en faisoient un emploi dangereux .