Three to Tango

Three to Tango

Four of erotic fiction's most talented authors carry readers away with all-new tales of ecstasy that prove the most delectable things in life come in threes . . . In Emma Holly's FLIPPING FOR CHELSEA, Shay and Liam once shared an unforgettable night with their lifelong friend Chelsea, awakening a rush of forbidden feelings-feelings they have to reckon with when the three reunite. If they don't the unrequited lust between them could become too much to bear. Though Ava left her hard-knock Georgia childhood behind, she never forgot Luca and Angelo. Together they were best friends with a bond that could never be broken. But when Ava returns, the three must decide whether to face the fires that burn between them of forgo their desires forever in Lauren Dane's DIRTY/BAD/WRONG. In Megan Hart's JUST FOR ONE NIGHT, fun loving couple Kerry and Jeremy find themselves in a triangle of trouble when Kerry's old crush, Brian, returns for a school reunion, and Jeremy gives her his enthusiastic approval to seduce him. But while Jeremy has no trouble sharing Kerry, Brian isn't sure he can handle what's coming. Years ago, Walker left Madeline when she needed him most. Now, the former Secret Service agent is back-hired to protect Madeline by their billionaire friend, Tony. Madeline is determined to make Walker pay for denying her desires-and she's not above bringing in Tony to sweeten the deal in Bethany Kane's ON THE JOB.

Tango And The Political Economy Of Passion

Tango And The Political Economy Of Passion

What is tango? Dance, music, and lyrics of course, but also a philosophy, a strategy, a commodity, even a disease. This book explores the politics of tango, tracing tango's travels from the brothels of Buenos Aires to the cabarets of Paris and the shako dansu clubs of Tokyo. The author is an Argentinean political theorist and a dance professor at the University of California at Riverside. She uses her ?tango tongue? to tell interwoven tales of sexuality, gender, race, class, and national identity. Along the way she unravels relations between machismo and colonialism, postmodernism and patriarchy, exoticism and commodification. In the end she arrives at a discourse on decolonization as intellectual ?unlearning.?Marta Savigliano's voice is highly personal and political. Her account is at once about the exoticization of tango and about her own fate as a Third World woman intellectual. A few sentences from the preface are indicative: ?Tango is my womb and my tongue, a trench where I can shelter and resist the colonial invitations to '`'universalism,'? a stubborn fatalist mood when technocrats and theorists offer optimistic and seriously revised versions of '`'alternatives' for the Third World, an opportunistic metaphor to talk about myself and my stories as a success' of the civilization-development-colonization of Am ca Latina, and a strategy to figure out through the history of the tango a hooked-up story of people like myself. Tango is my changing, resourceful source of identity. And because I am where I am?outside?tango hurts and comforts me: '`'Tango is a sad thought that can be danced.'?Savigliano employs the tools of ethnography, history, body-movement analysis, and political economy. Well illustrated with drawings and photos dating back to the 1880s, this book is highly readable, entertaining, and provocative. It is sure to be recognized as an important contribution in the fields of cultural studies, performance studies, decolonization, and women-of-color feminism.

And Tango Makes Three

And Tango Makes Three

Roy and Silo are just like the other penguin couples at the zoo - they bow to each other, walk together and swim together. But Roy and Silo are a little bit different - they're both boys. Then, one day, when Mr Gramzay the zookeeper finds them trying to hatch astone, he realises that it may be time for Roy and Silo to become parents for real.

Echo Three Tango

Echo Three Tango

Echo Three Tango, E3T, is dropped into a war zone on a new planet facing a savage foe capable of destroying all life forms. Surviving the forced retreat of their E3T corps, Bret and a small band of his Federation soldiers are stranded and left behind to create a new society. The primitive culture on the planet evolves with the introduction of the Federation’s modern weapons, new societal norms, and beliefs. At first, the people look up to their E3T benefactors, but with time, find it a two-edged sword, as old ways are replaced by the new. As Federation visitors start to arrive on the planet, new temptations arrive with them. Bret marries Beca, a beautiful local woman who answers the call of her people to help govern. They agree Beca must live in the capital city as a ruler, but Bret and their children live apart in the country to shield them from danger. Over time, their separation leads to friction and jealousy for Bret.

Triangulated Visions

Women in Recent German Cinema

Triangulated Visions

This broad-ranging collection, the first of its kind, gathers essays on the representation of women in recent German cinema, as well as recent interviews with German women filmmakers.

Argentina

The Culture

Argentina

The mixture of different traditions brought by immigrants has created a rich variety of cultural life in Argentina. Argentina the culture celebrates its nation's symbols -- the gaucho and the tango, as well as other important cultural aspects of Argentina including religion, festivals, folk art, language, and literature.

Al-Andalus, Sepharad and Medieval Iberia

Cultural Contact and Diffusion

Al-Andalus, Sepharad and Medieval Iberia

The 12 articles of this volume show the many facets of contact in al-Andalus and Medieval Iberia, reminding us of how contact influenced art and learning in a wide range of fields: politics, science, philosophy, music and religion; offering views of how contact between societies affects both language, stereotype and assimilation; examining how war and conflict (re)define the representation of ideas, places and people; and demonstrating how representations changed over time through contact and conflict. Lessons of the past apply today as al-Andalus captures the modern imagination and cultures continue to come into contact across borders which either allow fluid diffusion of ideas or block passage.

Summary Proceedings of the Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors, September 29, 2002 (EPub)

Summary Proceedings of the Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors, September 29, 2002 (EPub)

The speeches made by officials attending the IMF–World Bank Annual Meetings are published in this volume, along with the press communiqués issued by the International Monetary and Financial Committee and the Development Committee at the conclusion of the meetings.