David Herbert Lawrence was an English novelist, poet, playwright and literary critic, one of the key writers of the early twentieth century, most famous for his criticism of rationalism and industrialization. "A Fragment of Stained Glass and Other Stories" is a delightful collection of author's early short stories like "The Thorn in the Flesh", "Daughters of the Vicar", "The Shadow in the Rose Garden", and "Goose Fair".
In People Like Us you'll meet people from different countries all over the world. But remember that your culture is not just your country. It's what you do and how old you are. It's where you live. It's the things you like doing and the things you don't like doing. It's the way you talk and your education. It's about your friends, your family and your own character. This is your cultural identity. "People Like Us: Exploring Cultural Values and Attitudes" has three aims: to help you find out about other cultures; to help you find out more about your own culture; to help you enjoy practicing your English. "People Like Us: Exploring Cultural Values and Attitudes", for adult and young adult learners of English, is an integrated skill course exploring cultural values and attitudes. Based on over twenty hours of recorded interviews, People Like Us allows you to sample the lifestyles, attitudes and opinions of ten real people from around the world. As well as learning about other cultures, you will be invited to reflect on your own culture. In this way, People Like Us will help build your cross-cultural awareness.
Tracklist: 01. Just One Dance02. You Don't Love Me 03. Riviera Life04. Pack Up The Louie 05. Black Valentine06. Back It Up 07. Liquid Lunch08. Completely 09. Paris10. Dr. Wanna Do11. I Belong To You12. That Man 13. The Other Woman14. Mad Adout The Boy 15. My 2 Cents16. Tangled Up 17. A Night Like This18. Stuck
Hope Logan wanted only two things for Christmas–her husband, Drake, and the child he refused to give her. Drake had made it plain he had no desire to be a father…and it seemed his desire for Hope had disappeared as well.Drake Logan didn't mind taking risks–but not with his wife. Their one shot at being parents had ended in disaster. He'd almost lost Hope then…and now it looked as if he was going to lose her anyway.Then came Stevie…. When Drake's young nephew arrived for the holidays, everything changed. Suddenly they seemed like a family–and they acted like it, too! Only, Stevie couldn't stay forever. And Hope and Drake had to decide if they loved each other enough to try again…or if their happiness would be Just for Christmas.
They've been stick-up-for-each-other friends since they were kids. But now Katrina Douglas was beautiful, all grown up…and still asking for her best buddy's help. Only this time, she didn't want Dylan as her stand-in date at isome stuffy charity event–she wanted him as her full-time husband!And Dylan O'Rourke would do almost anything for Kate. Even walk down the aisle and tie the temporary knot with a little white «I do» lie. But playing husband meant living with a friend who seemed more like a sexy woman–his woman–every day. Suddenly, being «just friends» didn't seem like enough….
Hmm…give me something tall, dark and full-bodiedSheryl Dayton needs two cups of high-octane java to fuel her from morning-face-and-hair to PR Executive chic–not to mention an endless supply to keep her psyched around her boss, who just happens to be her ex-boyfriend. Ugh! But all that caffeine never keeps her up nights. Her love life is guaranteed to make her snore.Until now, that is.Enter Nathan Hall. The investigative journalist is digging for dirt on her workplace, and Sheryl's busy doing damage control. But the cynical, wisecracking, dangerously sexy Nathan is like a jolt of espresso to her once-snoozing libido. Just the thought of Nathan has Sheryl losing sleep. And after one taste of him, suddenly every other guy seems like decaf.
Arthur Conan Doyle was an English writer best known for his detective stories about Sherlock Holmes. "Danger! And Other Stories" is a collection of fascinating short stories like "One Crowded Hour," "A Point of View," "How It Happened," "The Prisoner's Defence," and "Three of Them."
Данные переводы сделаны в прошлом веке. Авторы стихов и переводов – друг друга не знают, никогда не встречались и вообще даже не представляют, что кто-то из них существует… Возможно, что это даже не их имена, а псевдонимы… ничего странного, это просто тексты. These translations are made in the last century. Author and translator did not know each other, never met and did not even imagine the other one exist at all… Maybe it's not even their real names, just pseudonyms… nothing strange, it's just texts. Still I enjoyed it and now – I share the joy…