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Der Menschen H Rigkeit

Author: William Somerset Maugham
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ISBN: 9783257202984
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Mit einem Klumpfuß geboren und einem Sprachfehler behaftet, verliert Philip Carey früh seine Eltern und ist ein gefundenes Fressen für die Hänseleien seiner Mitschüler, gegen die er sich mit Brillanz und Sarkasmus wehrt. Bis er zu sich selbst findet und zur Ruhe kommt, ist es ein schmerzhafter Prozeß, geprägt von der Suche nach der eigenen Berufung ebenso wie von der Sehnsucht nach erfüllter Liebe. W. Somerset Maugham, 1874 (Paris) - 1965 (Nizza); Grandseigneur, Kosmopolit und Globetrotter; unerschöpflicher Schöpfer von 30 Romanen, 200 Geschichten, 25 Komödien, zahlreichen Essays und Erinnerungsbüchern; neunfacher Millionär und neidloser Mäzen junger Schriftsteller - "sein Werk und Leben möge der Literaturgeschichte noch lange Zeit Stoff zum Nachdenken liefern" (Alfred Andersch). Er hat als Geschichtenerzähler seine Lehrmeister Maupassant und Cechov mit den Mitteln des 20. Jahrhunderts fortgesetzt getreu seiner Maxime: "Literatur ist nur dann groß, wenn sie 'jedem' etwas sagt."

Of Human Bondage And Divine Grace

Author: John Ross Carter
Publisher: Open Court Publishing
ISBN: 9780812691719
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Grace is at the heart of the Christian message. It is also, as this volume seeks to demonstrate, the message in the hearts of men and women living religiously around the world.

Of Human Bondage

Author: W. Somerset Maugham
Publisher: Alan Rodgers Books
ISBN: 9781598184198
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Her voice was so weak that it seemed to come already from a great distance. The child did not answer, but smiled comfortably. He was very happy in the large, warm bed, with those soft arms about him. He tried to make himself smaller still as he cuddled up against his mother, and he kissed her sleepily. In a moment he closed his eyes and was fast asleep. The doctor came forwards and stood by the bedside. Oh, don't take him away yet, she moaned.

Of Human Bondage Diversion Classics

Author: W. Somerset Maugham
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 168230650X
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Featuring an appendix of discussion questions, the Diversion Classics edition is ideal for use in book groups and classrooms. Believed to be W. Somerset Maugham’s crowning masterpiece, this coming of age story follows the life of Philip Carey, an orphan born with a clubfoot who aches to experience the life and love so carefully starved out of him by his cold, uncompromising uncle, a man whose disdain for Philip is matched by his religious fervor. Spending much of his young life moving from boarding school to boarding school, Philip is an academic success, but his every attempt at lasting friendship ends in painful solitude. As his loneliness ferments into bitterness, Philip boldly casts aside his uncle’s plans for him to become a doctor like the many men in his family. He cannot stand a moment more in a boarding school, and leaves to become an artist. Free for the first time, Philip discovers more about himself than he ever has before. He grapples with his own identity, God, his talent as an artist, and the loneliness that does not leave him even when finally surrounded by people. When he returns to London to finally study medicine, he encounters a brash and bold waitress named Mildred and falls hopelessly in love for the first time. Starved of affection for so long, Mildred is a force that threatens to consume Philip’s entire life. For more classic titles like this, visit www.diversionbooks.com/ebooks/diversion-classics

A Study Guide For W Somerset Maugham S Of Human Bondage

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1410321134
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A study guide for W. Somerset Maugham's "Of Human Bondage", excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students series. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

Of Human Bondage

Author: Vern Thiessen
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ISBN: 9781770919587
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When Philip meets Mildred, a disarming tea-shop waitress, he finds his yearning for art and experience consumed by his intense attraction to her. Mildred, for all her teasing, isn't all that interested in Philip, but rather in flattery, possessions, and security. Yet Philip, in a powerful haze of passion and pride, obsessively pursues Mildred despite the anguish and emotional carnage that repels and binds them at all costs. Of Human Bondage is a grand story of lust, unrequited love, and the pursuit of beauty.

Human Bondage

Author: Lakshmidhar Mishra
Publisher: SAGE Publications India
ISBN: 8132107705
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Human Bondage: Tracing its Roots in India is an in-depth study of bonded labour with special focus on how the system exists in India. The book provides us with a detailed analysis of the historical, social and cultural context in which bondage has developed. The author discusses the socio-economic characteristics that accompany bondage: caste, illiteracy, landlessness and land tenure issues, alienation of land, lack of skills, poor employment and wage conditions, indebtedness, migration, and globalization. Extreme forms of bondage, including child labour, trafficking in women and children, and social forms like devadasis and yoginis have also been covered. The book explores important factors like the legal framework, policy interventions, solutions and the role of the various stakeholders-media, government, trade unions and NGOs-in tackling this issue. The book is essentially about human freedom and dignity-the quintessence of human existence-and the forces that rob them, the dispossessed victims, consequences of dispossession, and ways and means of restoration.