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India: What It Can Teach Us
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India: What It Can Teach Us
by Max Muller
The collection of lectures of Max Muller portrays India, specially, the Vedic India, as an epitome of virtuosity and morality, whose glory is equal if not greater to the classical Greek or Roman Civilizations. Max Muller urges the Westerners to come out of their supreme colonial mindset and admire and adopt the multi-dimensional efficacy that is inherent in India. Muller espouses an amazing depth of love and reverence for India, and highlights such positive aspects about her that it compels the reader to look at his or her own country in a different positive light.
Keeping It Real (Mel Beeby, Agent Angel)
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Keeping It Real (Mel Beeby, Agent Angel)
by Annie Dalton
Mel is thrilled to be sent on an urgent angelic mission back to her old school. She always jokes about her old school being a hellhole, but when she arrives she's shocked to find that this is literally the case! Graffiti, disobedience, bad behavior, and terrible grades aside, this school has problems. Invisible beasts from hell roam the corridors, and the students have completely lost sight of their dreams. When she finally sees her three best friends, she's horrified to see how much they've changed. One has almost totally gone over to the Dark Powers, and worse still, this whole nightmare might be all Mel?s fault!
The Scalpel: Game Beneath
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The Scalpel: Game Beneath
by H.S. Rissam
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