Kerfuffle: Book 11 (The Aldo Zelnick Comic Novel Series)

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To teach us how to read beyond written language Cather offers two models, one aural and one visual: the Angelus bell and the figure of the southwestern mesa. In fact, historicals have some of steamiest sex scenes in romance. Haven't read The Boleyn Inheritance, but have read the others. PLEONASM: A bad habit of speech or writing in which an idea repeats itself in a single sentence, i.e., a redundancy. In that sense, many non-fundamentalist historians of each faith regard their sacred texts as meaningful documents meant for consideration in the light of the present and what its authors believe to be our common future.

Pages: 160

Publisher: Bailiwick Press (September 15, 2015)

ISBN: 1934649538

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