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The Greek S Unwilling Bride

Author: Sandra Marton
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460398491
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Another chance to enjoy this bestselling novel from Sandra Marton! Wed for the tycoon’s baby! Renowned bachelor Damian wasn’t looking for commitment, and Laurel didn’t date arrogant men, but when they collide as guests at the Wedding of the Year, their mutual red-hot attraction is undeniable. Yet they are left with more than just sensual memories of their night together and, when Damian discovers Laurel is carrying his child, he demands she marry him! Laurel might have said “I do” for the sake of her baby, but it will take more than their potent passion to make this convenient marriage real… Book one in The Wedding of the Year trilogy Originally published in 1997 as The Bride Said Never!

The Billionaire S Captive Bride

Author: Emma Darcy
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426808097
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He wants his baby, so he'll make her his bride! To teacher Erin Lavelle, handsome billionaire Peter Ramsey was like a fairy-tale prince. But after two amazing days their affair was over. Peter had thought Erin was different until he discovered her secret. Then seven months later he finds her pregnant. Now there's only one way to ensure his unborn child's security...marriage. Erin's knight in shining armor has returned, this time demanding she be his bride!

Contracted A Wife For The Bedroom

Author: Carol Marinelli
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426808143
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A marriage is forever, not just for convenience... Hunter Myles: this Australian's worth billions and can buy any woman he wants! Lily Harper: perfect for a convenient marriage and she needs Hunter's help! Hunter's ring is on her finger, but Lily knows it'll only be there for twelve months. Soon, a year doesn't seem quite long enough. Lily has fallen in love with her temporary husband!

The Boss S Christmas Baby

Author: Trish Morey
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426808119
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The Yuletide child Tegan Fielding is supposed to be masquerading as her twin, not sleeping with her sister's boss! But James Maverick is too sexy to resist. She'll be his mistress-Yet he doesn't know who she really is. The deception must end; Tegan is falling for the tycoon, and as Christmas approaches she has some news. How will James react when he finds his convenient mistress is expecting a special, seasonal delivery?

Tragedy Ritual And Money In Ancient Greece

Author: Richard Seaford
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316772071
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Richard Seaford is one of the most original and provocative classicists of his age. This volume brings together a wide range of papers written with a single focus. Several are pioneering explorations of the tragic evocation and representation of rites of passage: mystic initiation, the wedding, and death ritual. Two papers focus on the shaping power of mystic initiation in two famous passages in the New Testament. The other key factor in the historical context of tragedy is the recent monetisation of Athens. One paper explores the presence of money in Greek tragedy, another the shaping influence of money on Wagner's Ring and on his Aeschylean model. Other papers reveal the influence of ritual and money on representations of the inner self, and on Greek and Indian philosophy. A final piece finds in Greek tragedy horror at the destructive unlimitedness of money that is still central to our postmodern world.

Women Poets In Ancient Greece And Rome

Author: Ellen Greene
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806136646
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Although Greek society was largely male-dominated, it gave rise to a strong tradition of female authorship. Women poets of ancient Greece and Rome have long fascinated readers, even though much of their poetry survives only in fragmentary form. This pathbreaking volume is the first collection of essays to examine virtually all surviving poetry by Greek and Roman women. It elevates the status of the poems by demonstrating their depth and artistry. Edited and with an introduction by Ellen Greene, the volume covers a broad time span, beginning with Sappho (ca. 630 b.c.e.) in archaic Greece and extending to Sulpicia (first century B.C.E.) in Augustan Rome. In their analyses, the contributors situate the female poets in an established male tradition, but they also reveal their distinctly “feminine” perspectives. Despite relying on literary convention, the female poets often defy cultural norms, speaking in their own voices and transcending their positions as objects of derision in male-authored texts. In their innovative reworkings of established forms, women poets of ancient Greece and Rome are not mere imitators but creators of a distinct and original body of work.