Margaret Atwood - Literary Criticism - 2011 - 208 pages
SF and the Human Imagination Margaret Atwood. insist on what is, in the face of
ideological spin, popular consensus, and official denial: Orwell knew this takes
honesty, and a lot of guts. The position of odd man out is always an uneasy one,
Margaret Atwood - Fiction - 2014 - 288 pages
In these nine tales, Margaret Atwood is at the top of her darkly humorous and seriously playful game. This ebook edition includes a Reading Group Guide.
Bibek Ray, Arun Bhunia - Technology & Engineering - 2013 - 663 pages
Written by experts with approximately fifty years of combined experience, the book provides an in-depth understanding of how to reduce microbial food spoilage, improve intervention technologies, and develop effective control methods for ...
Anne Fausto-Sterling - Social Science - 2008 - 496 pages
In this brilliant and provocative book, the acclaimed author of Myths of Gender argues that even the most fundamental knowledge about sex is shaped by the culture in which scientific knowledge is produced.Drawing on astonishing real-life ...
Margaret Atwood - Fiction - 2011 - 528 pages
Margaret Atwood's The Robber Bride is inspired by "The Robber Bridegroom," a wonderfully grisly tale from the Brothers Grimm in which an evil groom lures three maidens into his lair and devours them, one by one.
Samuel Weaver, J. Fred Weston - Business & Economics - 2001 - 350 pages
This hands-on book details the strategies, elements, and instruction found in today's finest business schools and executive education seminars, then outlines a step-by-step model for understanding and acting on the numbers that come across ...
Simant Ranjan Upreti - Science - 2012 - 305 pages
Through its lucid development of optimal control theory and computational algorithms, this self-contained book shows readers how to solve a variety of optimal control problems.
Eleanor Herman - History - 2009 - 320 pages
Alive with flamboyant characters, outrageous humor, and stirring poignancy, this glittering tale of passion and politics chronicles five hundred years of scintillating women and the kings who loved them.
Phyllis Smallman - Fiction - 2011 - 351 pages
A rich socialite, who comes in daily for her quota of side-cars, decides to commit suicide by being the next victim,but first she has to decide who the murderer is.Sherri pours the drinks and listens to the stories, trying to make sense of ...
Xin-Jun Liu, Jinsong Wang - Science - 2013 - 322 pages
This book is intended for researchers, scientists, engineers and postgraduates or above with interests in robotics and advanced machine tools technology such as parallel kinematics machines (PKMs).
Elissa K. Meyrich - Crafts & Hobbies - 2002 - 112 pages
So don’t wait. Use the ideas and simple how-to instructions in this book, and everyone will want to know the secret source for your fabulous clothes and accessories!
Eric Berkowitz - History - 2012 - 465 pages
With the light touch of a natural storyteller, Berkowitz spins these tales and more, going behind closed doors to reveal the essential history of human desire.
Enqiang Linghu - Medical - 2013 - 167 pages
This book elaborates on a whole new understanding of digestive endoscopy, the core of which is to treat quite a number of diseases using minimally invasive methods, provides the walls of the digestive tube are free of perforations.
J. D. Robb - Fiction - 2008 - 384 pages
Seconds after partaking of wine during a Catholic funeral mass, Father Miguel Flores is dead on the altar.
Faith L. Smith - Literary Criticism - 2011 - 304 pages
This volume will appeal to readers interested in how sex has become an important register for considerations of citizenship, personal and political autonomy, and identity in the Caribbean and the global south.