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A postmodernist metacritical look at theories of African literature.Combining a sustained critical engagement of Anglo-American theory with focused close-readings of major African writers, this book performs a long-overdue cross-fertilization oRelease Date:Â March 2003ISBN10:Â 0-7914-5541-6ISBN10:Â 0-7914-5542-4Winner CHOICE 2003 Outstanding Academic Title1. Issues and Context: On Knowledge as Limit2. Contemporary Theory3. The Logic of Agency in African Literary Criticism4. D. O. Fagunwa as Compound of Spells5. Wole Soyinka and the Challenge of Transition40982/40981(JFB/DG/)Price: $65.50Release Date:Â March 2003247Â pages247Â pagesPrice: $33.95Relocating AgencyModernity and African LettersOlakunle George - AuthorSUNY series, Explorations in Postcolonial StudiesA postmodernist makes for engaged reading.â€ â€” Research in African LiteraturesForest of a Thousand Daemons, Amos Tutuolaâ€™s The Palm-wine Drinkard, Chinua Achebeâ€™s Things Fall Apart, and Wole Soyinkaâ€™s Death and the Kingâ€™s Horseman (the reading of this colonial periodReading the African NovelThe African Diaspora:Olakunle George Colonialism and Cultural IdentityGlobalization, Cultural Identities, and Media RepresentationsLocating RaceLiteracy of the OtherOrder and PartialitiesThe Better StoryPostcolonial Narrative and the Work of MourningAfrican Fiction and Joseph ConradToward Filipino Self-DeterminationRelocating AgencyRace, Rhetoric, and the PostcolonialRelocating Agencyis Assistant ProfessorPostcolonial StudiesPostmodernismWorks CitedLiterary CriticismEpilogueCHOICEPreface
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agency and ethics
Explains why military interventions with humanitarian goals consistently fail.Why does political conflict seem to consistently interfere with attempts to provide aid, end ethnic discord, or restore democracy? To answer this question, Agency and Ethics examines how the norms that originally motivate an intervention often create conflict between the intervening powers, outside powers,Three case studies are drawn upon to illustrate this phenomena: the British and American intervention in Bolshevik Russia in 1918; the British and French intervention in Egypt ISBN10:Â 0-7914-5135-6ISBN10:Â 0-7914-5136-4Â“Agency and Ethics39841/39842(MR//MC)State Constitutions for the Twenty-first Century, Volume 2Price: $65.50266Â pages266Â pagesRelease Date:Â October 2001Release Date:Â October 2001Price: $31.95You Have 0 Item(s) In CartState University of New York Press | 353 Broadway | State University Plaza | Albany, NY 12246-0001 Phone 866.430.7869 | Fax 518.320.1592 The Politics of Military InterventionAnthony F. Lang Jr. - AuthorSUNY series in Global PoliticsExplains why military interventions with humanitarian goals consistently fail.Why does political conflict seem to consistently interfere with attempts to provide aid, end ethnic discord, or restore democracy? To answer this question,International AffairsAnthony F. Lang Jr. is Program Officer at The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs.International RelationsThe Useful CobblerInterstate DisputesThe Strategy of Nonviolent DefenseTransitions and Consolidation of Democracy in AfricaThe Hoover PresidencyFriends of the CourtThe Multi-Governance of WaterAgency and EthicsComparative PoliticsThe Cold War's Last BattlefieldAgency and EthicsThe Fractured Metropolis Agency and Ethics EthicsHistoryPrefaceRelated TitlesClick icon below...and tablet devices.HardcoverPaperbackMy AccountOrder StatusCheck OutLoginCatalogs Click on image to enlargeTable of ContentsRelated SubjectsHome Help Site Map SummaryQuantity:Quantity:PUBLISHDONATEABOUTCONTACTSEARCHPublish Donate About Contact Search
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A couple of days ago, Random House became the last of the â€œBig 6â€ legacy publishers to switch over to the agency model. The agency model (described in full detail here) forces e-book retailers (like Amazon and B&N) to sell e-books at the prices that the publishers choose, with no discounting allThe retailers receive 30% of the purchase price.99 or more once Amazon is no longer allowed to discount them), and should ensure that prices are the same at any e-book retailer. agency model â€“ DAVID DERRICOBig 6 Publishers All On Agency Model at 7:54 PMA couple of days ago, Random House became the last of the â€œBig 6â€ legacy publishers to switch over to the agency model. The agency model ( choose, with no discounting allowed. The retailers receive 30% of the purchase price.Switching to the agency model usually results in higher e-book prices (for example, bestsellers rising from $9.99 to $12.99 or more once Amazon is no longer allowed to discount them), and should ensure that prices are the same at any e-book retailer. (On the plus side, that means thereâ€™s usually little point in shopping around for e-books; on the minus side, that mean from the agency model when their original 1-year terms end next month. Do they know what theyâ€™re doing, or is this just another example of on Big 6 Publishers All On Agency Model at 1:43 AM$0.99 is the new $9.99I bet the big publishers wish they had been happy with $9.99., 5 of the â€œBig 6â€ publishers demanded that Amazon stop discounting e-books to $9.99, and insisted on controlling retail prices â€” immediately raising many new release e-book prices to $12.99 or $14.99., and I knew that readers would vote with their wallets, but for a while it appeared that publishers were doing OK with $12.99 e-books (although $14.99 pricing never really caught on). But a look at the current Amazon bestseller list shows that readers are voting with their wallets in a big way, and what they want is inexpensive e-books. of the Kindle Top 100 consists of e-books that are $5 or less. (Additionally, there are several selling for about $5.50 that Iâ€™m not counting.) In fact, a quarter of the e-books on the bestseller list are $1 or lessOn top of that, the books at the very top of the list are skewed even more towards low-priced e-books than the whole list. Books $5 or less make up:4 of the Top 5 Â (80%)7 of the Top 10 (70%)12 of the Top 20 (60%)20 of the Top 40 (50%)
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the parent agency hardcover
A boy travels to an alternate world where kids get to choose their own parents in this zany, internationally bestselling adventure, which combines the be-careful-what-you-wish-The Chocolate Touch with the classic appeal of Roald Dahl.
Barry Bennett is sick of his parents. They're boring, they're too strict, and it's their fault his name is Barry. So he makes a wish for better ones--and is whisked away to the Parent Agency, where kids get to pick out their perfect parents.
For Barry, this seems like a dream come true.
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Travel Agency Datasheet Template
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A travel agency could use this datasheet to promote and explain services, answer common questions, and show sample trip options. With a rich palette and light background adornment, this datasheet conveys an image of an adventuresome company looking to help people in their exploration of this beautiful planet.
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