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Duplicity

Duplicity
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Duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 79
Authors: Thomas Holcroft
Categories: English drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 1781 - Publisher:
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Duplicity: a comedy ... The second edition
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Thomas Holcroft
Categories: English drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 1782 - Publisher:
Books about Duplicity: a comedy ... The second edition
Duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 294
Authors: Fin C Gray
Categories: English drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-28 - Publisher:
England, 2003. Tom McIntyre is a worried man. Debts are piling up, his career is in free-fall, and his family life is under strain. Only his wife, Alison, remains unswerving in her support of him. Close to rock bottom, Tom clinches the deal of a lifetime and then tragedy strikes, putting everything Tom values at risk. In the aftermath, a toxic mix of grief, substance abuse and blame leads to different paths for the family. Duplicity is a story of lost innocence, radicalisation, and family bonds. Can grief, love and hate be reconciled? And can Tom repair his fractured family?
Duplicity - Gemeinsame Geheimsache
Language: de
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Authors: Fin C Gray
Categories: English drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher:
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Duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 256
Authors: N. K. Traver
Categories: Young Adult Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-03-17 - Publisher: Macmillan
A computer-hacking teen. The girl who wants to save him. And a rogue mirror reflection that might be the death of them both. In private, seventeen-year-old Brandon hacks bank accounts just for the thrill of it. In public, he looks like any other tattooed bad boy with a fast car and devil-may-care attitude. He should know: he's worked hard to maintain that façade. With inattentive parents who move constantly from city to city, he's learned not to get tangled up in things like friends and relationships. So he'll just keep living like a machine, all gears and wires. Then two things shatter his carefully-built image: Emma, the kind, stubborn girl who insists on looking beneath the surface – and the small matter of a mirror reflection that starts moving by itself. Not only does Brandon's reflection have a mind of its own, but it seems to be grooming him for something—washing the dye from his hair, yanking out his piercings, swapping his black shirts for ... pastels. Then it tells him: it thinks it can live his life better, and it's preparing to trade places. And when it pulls Brandon through the looking-glass, not only will he need all his
Lying
Language: en
Pages: 254
Authors: Paul J. Griffiths
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-04-01 - Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Most people would agree that compulsive lying is a "sickness." In his provocative Lying, Paul Griffiths suggests that consistent truth telling might evoke a similar response. After all, isn't unremitting honesty often associated with stupidity, insanity, and fanatical sainthood? Drawing from Augustine's writings, and contrasting them with the work of other Christian and non-Christian thinkers, Griffiths deals with the two great questions concerning lying: What is it to lie? When, if ever, should or may a lie be told? Examining Augustine's answers to these questions, Griffiths grapples with the difficulty of those answers while rendering them more accessible. With rhetorical savvy Augustine himself would applaud, Griffiths aims to "seduce" rather than argue his readers into agreement with Augustine. Augustine's historically significant, characteristically Christian, and undeniably radical thoughts on lying ignite Griffiths's searching discussion of this challenging and crucial topic. Marvelously erudite and energetic, Lying will draw Augustine enthusiasts, students of ethics, and anyone who is committed to living a more honest life.
Duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 300
Authors: Sara Rosett
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-04-21 - Publisher: McGuffin Ink
Art recovery specialist Zoe Hunter's search for stolen paintings takes her from Amsterdam to Athens where she uncovers links to the high society lady detective, Olive Belgrave, who investigated rumors around one of the paintings in 1923. Does the decades-old secret hold the key to where the paintings are today?
Duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 464
Authors: Newt Gingrich, Pete Earley
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-10-13 - Publisher: Hachette UK
In "one of the best" political thrillers from two Washington insiders (Nelson DeMille, NYT bestselling author), America's leaders must hunt down a master terrorist in hiding and neutralize the threat of political betrayal. The greatest nightmare for the free world today would be an extremist in hiding, controlling and coordinating radical Islamic groups at the highest level around the globe. In Duplicity, two bestselling authors -- former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and Pulitzer Prize finalist Pete Earley -- weave a grim and gripping tale of this worst case scenario. From home front fears to an international crisis, this thriller is terrifyingly plausible, ripped straight from the headlines. When President Sally Allworth decides to reestablish America's Mogadishu embassy in Somalia weeks before Election Day, her challenger says she is playing politics with American lives. That turns out to be true when the embassy is attacked and hostages are taken. Station chief Gunter Conner and Marine captain Brooke Grant end up the unlikely survivors of this Benghazi-style strike. And suddenly, they are the only hope for saving their captured colleagues. With his in-depth political knowledge of friends and foes on the political stage, only Newt Gingrich could weave such a
The Politics of Duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 350
Authors: Gail Kligman
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1998-07-06 - Publisher: Univ of California Press
The political hypocrisy and personal horrors of one of the most repressive anti-abortion regimes in history came to the world's attention soon after the fall of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. Photographs of orphans with vacant eyes, sad faces, and wasted bodies circled the globe, as did alarming maternal mortality statistics and heart-breaking details of a devastating infant AIDS epidemic. Gail Kligman's chilling ethnography—of the state and of the politics of reproduction—is the first in-depth examination of this extreme case of political intervention into the most intimate aspects of everyday life. Ceausescu's reproductive policies, among which the banning of abortion was central, affected the physical and emotional well-being not only of individual men, women, children, and families but also of society as a whole. Sexuality, intimacy, and fertility control were fraught with fear, which permeated daily life and took a heavy moral toll as lying and dissimulation transformed both individuals and the state. This powerful study is based on moving interviews with women and physicians as well as on documentary and archival material. In addition to discussing the social implications and human costs of restrictive reproductive legislation, Kligman explores the means by which reproductive issues become embedded in national and international
duplicity
Language: en
Pages: 86
Authors: Rajani Radhakrishnan
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-09-21 - Publisher: Notion Press
duplicity examines life and love in a big city, before and during the pandemic, tracing the transformation from chaos and dissonance, hope and enticement to silence and death, loss and helplessness.