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Livres de France
Includes, 1982-1995: Les Livres du mois, also published separately.
In this book, the author draws us to the pulsing heart of Mexico, into its ancient but still living myths. To reveal the hidden meanings of these myths with their strange and wonderful symbolism, he brings to bear his gift for intuitive imagination as well as a broad knowledge of anthropology, Jungian psychology, Eastern and esoteric religions, even astrology.
Slave and Citizen
Slave & Citizen deals with one of the most intriguing problems presented by the development of the New World: the contrast between the legal and social positions of the Negro in the United States and in Latin America. It is well-known that in Brazil and in the Caribbean area, Negroes do not suffer legal or even major social disabilities on account of color, and that a long history of acceptance and miscegenation has erased the sharp line between white and colored. Professor Tannenbaum, one of our leading authorities on Latin America, asks why there has been such a sharp distinction between the United States and the other parts of the New World into which Negroes were originally brought as slaves. In the legal structure of the United States, the Negro slave became property. There has been little experience with Negro slaves in England, and the ancient and medieval traditions affecting slavery had died out. As property, the slave was without rights to marriage, to children, to the product of his work, or to freedom. In the Iberian peninsula, on the other hand, Negro slaves were common, and the laws affecting them were well developed. Therefore, in the colonies of Spain and Portugal, while the slave was the lowest person in the social order, he was still a human being, with some rights, and some means by which he might achieve freedom. Only the United States made a radical split with the tradition in which all men, even slaves, had certain inalienable rights.
Naked to the Bone
Presents a history of such technology as X-rays, computerized tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound, and shows the effects of their use in literature, art, movies, and legal cases
Twenty Recipes for Programming MVC 3
There's no need to reinvent the wheel every time you run into a problem with ASP.NET's Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework. This concise cookbook provides recipes to help you solve tasks many web developers encounter every day. Each recipe includes the C# code you need, along with a complete working example of how to implement the solution. Learn practical techniques for applying user authentication, providing faster page reloads, validating user data, filtering search results, and many other issues related to MVC3 development. These recipes help you: Restrict access to views with password protection Allow users to upload and save a file to your website Implement AJAX to allow users to see updated content quickly Validate form input to ensure the data you capture is what you expect Create thumbnails to preview images rather than view them full-size Give your web application the ability to change languages Use CAPTCHA to prevent automated programs from completing forms Make URLs more user- and search-engine-friendly with the MapRoute function
American Negro Slave Revolts
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The Negro Family in the United States
Published in 1939, this was one of the first titles to study the family life of African Americans. It began with colonial-era slavery, extending through emancipation, to the impact of migration to northern and southern cities in the early-20th century.