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decline and fall of sex, with some curious digressions on the subject of true love.
Robert Elliot Fitch
by Sidgwick & Jackson
Written in English
An inquiry into the role of sex in American culture in thepast few decades expounded through the treatment of sexual themes in literature.
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There are two Project Gutenberg sets produced by David Reed of the complete “History Of The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire” by Edward Gibbon: the edition (PG #) has the advantage of including all the foonotes by Gibbon and others; the edition (PG #) was provided at that time only in html format and footnotes were not included in the first five volumes of.
In more educated times, “Considerations” was a famous book, regarded as the progenitor of modern “decline and fall” analyses. Broad in sweep but short in length, Montesquieu sketches characteristics of Roman society from its beginnings through its (Byzantine) end.
His goal is to find the main elements of Rome’s growth and decline and the lessons for modern man. This big book by Japan's most popular novelist wrangles with big subjects: the evanescence of love, the vacuity of politics, the legacy of aggression in World War II.
Consensual sex between adults of the same sex is legal, but some prefectures set the age of consent for same-sex sexual activity higher than for opposite-sex sexual activity.
While civil rights laws do not extend to protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation, some governments have enacted such laws. The Houses of Parliament are not yet in ruins, but the idea of writing “The Decline and Fall of the British Empire,” as Piers Brendon has now done, is tempting enough.
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This book is really a history of the Moghul Empire from rise to fall with a focus on the lives and love story of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. Extravagance, excess, greed, and hunger for power causes grief and the downfall of the great/5(69).
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Some people might have a few problems with this book. They weren't anything that detracted from my overall rating, but they are there: First of all, this book is a bit racist. sentiments like "The /5(). Principles of government. IT is not alone by the rapidity or extent of conquest that we should estimate the greatness of Rome.
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