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Read OnlineNeil Flambé and the Aztec AbductionFull Book

Read OnlineNeil Flambé and the Aztec AbductionFull Book

by Kevin Sylvester There’s mayhem in Mexico in this full-flavored mystery, the second book in The Neil Flambé Capers. Teenage wunderchef—and budding detective—Neil Flambé heads to Mexico City to take part in the Azteca Cocina, a two-week battle of the chefs. But he’s off to an unsettling start: His box […]

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Read OnlineTeaching Hemingway's The Sun Also RisesPDF

Read OnlineTeaching Hemingway’s The Sun Also RisesPDF

by Peter L. Hays Professor Peter L. Hays, an experienced teacher, has gathered together seasoned instructors who teach Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises throughout the country, in different colleges and high schools, and in different styles. An informative collection of approaches to the presentation of The Sun Also Rises, […]

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DownloadThe City BesiegedPDF

DownloadThe City BesiegedPDF

by Israel Eph’al Exploring the military, legal, social and literary aspects of ancient warfare, this study examines the multifaceted nature of the siege phenomenon in the Ancient Near East. by Djelal Kadir Memos from the Besieged City argues for the institutional and cultural relevance of literary study through foundational figures, […]

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DownloadCustomary International Law and TreatiesFull Book

DownloadCustomary International Law and TreatiesFull Book

by Mark Eugen Villiger States often regard themselves bound by treaty rules which have developed under customary international law, even though many of the treaties themselves have not been ratified. The Law of the Sea Convention, for instance, has generated new customary rules which modified the 1958 Geneva Conventions. These […]

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