Without a Glimmer of Remorse

Without a Glimmer of Remorse
Title Without a Glimmer of Remorse PDF eBook
Author Pino Cacucci
Publisher Christie Books
Pages 374
Release 2006
Genre Fiction
ISBN

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A fascinating dramatized fiction of the life and times of Jules Bonnot, his 'gang', and associates, the individualist anarchists of the time, including the young Victor Serge. An affectionate, past-paced, but historically accurate account of the life of the extraordinary Bonnot - worker, soldier, auto-mechanic, driver to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - a man with a long cherished dream of absolute freedom, and the first bank-robber to use a getaway car; an anarchist who felt it his duty to lash out at bourgeois society, staking his all. A tragically romantic hero, Jules Bonnot emerges from these pages as a wounded dreamer who was to deeply affect the lives of so many other unforgettable characters. And it's a gripping read, to boot! And beautifully illustrated by Flavio Constantini.




Bulletin

Bulletin
Title Bulletin PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 452
Release 1987
Genre
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Italian Literature since 1900 in English Translation 1929-2016

Italian Literature since 1900 in English Translation 1929-2016
Title Italian Literature since 1900 in English Translation 1929-2016 PDF eBook
Author Robin Healey
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Pages 1104
Release 2019-03-07
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 1487502923

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Providing the most complete record possible of texts by Italian writers active after 1900, this annotated bibliography covers over 4,800 distinct editions of writings by some 1,700 Italian authors. Many entries are accompanied by useful notes that provide information on the authors, works, translators, and the reception of the translations. This book includes the works of Pirandello, Calvino, Eco, and more recently, Andrea Camilleri and Valerio Manfredi. Together with Robin Healey's Italian Literature before 1900 in English Translation, also published by University of Toronto Press in 2011, this volume makes comprehensive information on translations from Italian accessible for schools, libraries, and those interested in comparative literature.




Erased

Erased
Title Erased PDF eBook
Author Marilee Strong
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Pages 362
Release 2010-06-10
Genre True Crime
ISBN 0470894008

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Based on five years of investigative reporting and research into forensic psychology and criminology, Erased presents an original profile of a widespread and previously unrecognized type of murder: not a “hot-blooded,” spur-of-the-moment crime of passion, as domestic homicide is commonly viewed, but a cold-blooded, carefully planned and methodically executed form of “erasure.” These crimes are often committed by men with no criminal record or history of violence whatsoever, men leading functional and often successful lives until the moment they kill the women, and sometimes children, they claimed to love. A surprising number go on to kill a second or even third wife or girlfriend, often in exactly the same way. In more than fifty chilling case studies, Marilee Strong examines the strange and complex psychology that drives these killers—from the murder a century ago that inspired the novel An American Tragedy to Scott Peterson, Mark Hacking, Jeffrey MacDonald, Ira Einhorn, Charles Stuart, Robert Durst, Michael White, Barton Corbin, and many others. Erased also looks at how these men manipulate the legal system and exploit loopholes in missing persons procedures and death investigation, exposing how easy it can be to get away with murder.




Showing Remorse

Showing Remorse
Title Showing Remorse PDF eBook
Author Mr Richard Weisman
Publisher Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Pages 159
Release 2014-02-28
Genre Law
ISBN 1472403029

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Whether or not wrongdoers show remorse and how they show remorse are matters that attract great interest both in law and in popular culture. In capital trials in the United States, it can be a question of life or death whether a jury believes that a wrongdoer showed remorse. And in wrongdoings that capture the popular imagination, public attention focuses not only on the act but on whether the perpetrator feels remorse for what they did. But who decides when remorse should be shown or not shown and whether it is genuine or not genuine? In contrast to previous academic studies on the subject, the primary focus of this work is not on whether the wrongdoer meets these expectations over how and when remorse should be shown but on how the community reacts when these expectations are met or not met. Using examples drawn from Canada, the United States, and South Africa, the author demonstrates that the showing of remorse is a site of negotiation and contention between groups who differ about when it is to be expressed and how it is to be expressed. The book illustrates these points by looking at cases about which there was conflict over whether the wrongdoer should show remorse or whether the feelings that were shown were sincere. Building on the earlier analysis, the author shows that the process of deciding when and how remorse should be expressed contributes to the moral ordering of society as a whole. This book will be of interest to those in the fields of sociology, law, law and society, and criminology.




Press Summary - Illinois Information Service

Press Summary - Illinois Information Service
Title Press Summary - Illinois Information Service PDF eBook
Author Illinois Information Service
Publisher
Pages 416
Release 1998-01-16
Genre Illinois
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Robert Duncan

Robert Duncan
Title Robert Duncan PDF eBook
Author Robert Duncan
Publisher University of California Press
Pages 876
Release 2019-10-22
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 0520324854

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A landmark in the publication of twentieth-century American poetry, this first volume of the long-awaited collected poetry, non-critical prose, and plays of Robert Duncan gathers all of Duncan’s books and magazine publications up to and including Letters: Poems 1953–1956. Deftly edited, it thoroughly documents the first phase of Duncan’s distinguished life in writing, making it possible to trace the poet’s development as he approaches the brilliant work of his middle period. This volume includes the celebrated works Medieval Scenes and The Venice Poem, all of Duncan’s long unavailable major ventures into drama, his extensive “imitations” of Gertrude Stein, and the remarkable poems written in Majorca as responses to a series of collaged paste-ups by Duncan’s life-long partner, the painter Jess. Books appear in chronological order of publication, with uncollected periodical and other publications arranged chronologically, following each book. The introduction includes a biographical commentary on Duncan’s early life and works, and clears an initial path through the textual complexities of his early writing. Notes offer brief commentaries on each book and on many of the poems. The volume to follow, The Collected Later Poetry and Plays, will include The Opening of the Field (1960), Roots and Branches (1964), Bending the Bow (1968), Ground Work (1984), and Ground Work II (1987).