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Crossing Point

Author: James Glickman
Publisher: Rare Bird Books, a Vireo Book
ISBN: 9781945572425
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Based closely on the known historical record,Crossing Point brings to life the American Revolution in all of its bloody detail. When the Revolutionary War begins, Guy Watson is a slave to the Hazzard family in Rhode Island, but he is soon engaged in service for the American army by Samuel Ward, head of one New England's most prominent families. Torn about leaving his beloved June and the other slaves that have become his family, Guy eventually sets out with Samuel Ward and a battalion of men on a treacherous, and legendary, trek to Quebec. The two men experience the inevitable toll the brutality of war takes, and it changes them forever. Upon their eventual return home, they come to realize the cost of war not just for those in battle, but also for those who stayed.Crossing Point vividly shares a little-known chapter in the national founding, and raises the question of what justice was fought for by the men who faced an uncertain freedom when the last shots were fired.

The Crossing Point

Author: Mary Caroline Richards
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 081956981X
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A stunning example of poetic questioning.

Lion Cross Point

Author: Masatsugu Ono
ISBN: 9781931883702
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Originally published as: Shishiwataribana, 2013.

The Seven Principles Of Wom And Buzz Marketing

Author: Panos Mourdoukoutas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642021107
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Why are word-of-mouth campaigns effective for some products, while failing for others? Which group of consumers should be the target of viral marketing efforts, and how can you turn word of mouth into buzz? Panos Mourdoukoutas and George J Siomkos provide the answers! The transformation of a desire for a product into an "epidemic" was, is and will always be the dream of each and every marketer. For some marketers this dream becomes reality. For others it remains simply a fantasy. "The Seven Principles of WOM and Buzz Marketing" offers the essential tools – seven simple steps – to launch an effective WOM and buzz campaign that helps products to cross the tipping point and to reach the mass market: Begin with the consumers Be innovative Target the right group Create the right message Find the right environment

Crossing Points

Author: Mike Royston
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
ISBN: 9780748736508
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Pupils are encouraged to explore the texts, appreciate different cultures and develop appropriate creative responses, using the accompanying activities. Pupils are given a focus for their reading and help to understand the cultures using the background information provided. Motivation and interest are increased as the book includes attractive designs and illustrations, which bring the stories to life. Literacy development is enhanced throughout the stories, which progress in terms of reading difficulty in each section. All sections include an introduction and suggested activities for each story.


Author: Jacques Derrida
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804724883
Size: 40.86 MB
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A collection of 23 interviews given over the last 2 decades illustrating the extraordinary breadth of Derrida's concerns & writings.

Posthumous People

Author: Massimo Cacciari
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804727105
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Cacciari discusses Vienna at a crucial turning point in Western thinking, as the 19th century ended, treating this extraordinarily rich concentration of people and events as the hub upon which wheeled into the 20th century.

A Darker Sea

Author: James L. Haley
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698164075
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The second installment of the gripping naval saga by award-winning historian James L. Haley, featuring Commander Bliven Putnam, chronicling the build up to the biggest military conflict between the United States and Britain after the Revolution—the War of 1812. At the opening of the War of 1812, the British control the most powerful navy on earth, and Americans are again victims of piracy. Bliven Putnam, late of the Battle of Tripoli, is dispatched to Charleston to outfit and take command of a new 20-gun brig, the USS Tempest. Later, aboard the Constitution, he sails into the furious early fighting of the war. Prowling the South Atlantic in the Tempest, Bliven takes prizes and disrupts British merchant shipping, until he is overhauled, overmatched, and disastrously defeated by the frigate HMS Java. Its captain proves to be Lord Arthur Kington, whom Bliven had so disastrously met in Naples. On board he also finds his old friend Sam Bandy, one of the Java's pressed American seamen kidnapped into British service. Their whispered plans to foment a mutiny among the captives may see them hang, when the Constitution looms over the horizon for one of the most famous battles of the War of 1812 in a gripping, high-wire conclusion. With exquisite detail and guns-blazing action, A Darker Sea illuminates an unforgettable period in American history.