Slave Princess

SHACKLED TO A SLAVE!

Slave Princess

Author: Juliet Landon

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1460349466

Page: 288

View: 968

SHACKLED TO A SLAVE! For ex-cavalry officer Quintus Tiberius Martial duty always comes first. His task to escort the Roman emperor's latest captive should be easy. But one look at his fiery slave and Quintus wants to put his own desires before everything else...For Princess Brighid, her powerful, battle-honed captor has her head in conflict with her heart. Bound by a new-found bondage of emotions, it's not long before Brighid wonders whether she wants to come out of this perilous journey to Aquae Sulis with her virtue intact…!

Malinche

A biography of La Malinche, the Aztec noblewoman who served as translator, interpreter, and mistress to Cortez during the Spanish conquest of Mexico in 1520.

Malinche

Author: Gloria Durán

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 221

View: 618

A biography of La Malinche, the Aztec noblewoman who served as translator, interpreter, and mistress to Cortez during the Spanish conquest of Mexico in 1520.

Isabel Orleans Bragan a

This is a biography of Isabel Orleans-Braganca, daughter of the last emperor of Brazil.

Isabel Orleans Bragan  a

Author: James McMurtry Longo

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786432012

Page: 300

View: 842

"This is a biography of Isabel Orleans-Braganðca daughter of the last emperor of Brazil. Her story is told against the historic background of the role Isabel's own ancestors, especially royal women, played in the rise and fall of slavery. This is the story of one of the most famous, controversial, yet little known heroines in history"--Provided by publisher.

Of Crowns and Glory Slave Warrior Queen Rogue Prisoner Princess and Knight Heir Prince Books 1 2 and 3

SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN ROGUE, PRISONER, PRINCESS KNIGHT, HEIR,
PRINCE (OF CROWNS AND GLORYBOOKS 1, 2, AND 3) MORGAN RICE
SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN ROGUE, PRISONER, PRINCESS KNIGHT, HEIR,
PRINCE ...

Of Crowns and Glory  Slave  Warrior  Queen  Rogue  Prisoner  Princess and Knight  Heir  Prince  Books 1  2 and 3

Author: Morgan Rice

Publisher: Morgan Rice

ISBN: 1632919249

Page: 750

View: 854

“Morgan Rice has come up with what promises to be another brilliant series, immersing us in a fantasy of valor, honor, courage, magic and faith in your destiny. Morgan has managed again to produce a strong set of characters that make us cheer for them on every page.…Recommended for the permanent library of all readers that love a well-written fantasy.” --Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos (regarding Rise of the Dragons) A bundle of books one, two and three in Morgan Rice’s new #1 Bestselling epic fantasy series OF CROWNS AND GLORY (SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN, ROGUE, PRISONER, PRINCESS and KNIGHT, HEIR, PRINCE). Here are three bestselling novels, all in one convenient file. In SLAVE, WARRIOR, QUEEN, 17 year old Ceres, a beautiful, poor girl in the Empire city of Delos, lives the harsh and unforgiving life of a commoner. By day she delivers her father’s forged weapons to the palace training grounds, and by night she secretly trains with them, yearning to be a warrior in a land where girls are forbidden to fight. With her pending sale to slavehood, she is desperate. 18 year old Prince Thanos despises everything his royal family stands for. He abhors their harsh treatment of the masses, especially the brutal competition—The Killings—that lies at the heart of the city. He yearns to break free from the restraints of his upbringing, yet he, a fine warrior, sees no way out. In ROGUE, PRISONER, PRINCESS, 17 year old Ceres, finds herself forced, by royal decree, to fight in the Stade, the brutal arena where warriors from all corners of the world come to kill each other. Pitted against ferocious opponents, her chances of survival are slim. Her only chance lies in drawing on her innermost powers, and making the transition, once and for all, from slave to warrior. 18 year old Prince Thanos wakes on the isle of Haylon to discover he has been stabbed in the back by his own people, left for dead on the blood-soaked beach. Captured by the rebels, he must crawl his way back to life, find who tried to assassinate him, and seek his revenge. Ceres and Thanos, a world apart, have not lost their love for each other; yet the Empire court teems with lies, betrayal and duplicity, and as jealous royals weave intricate lies, they each, in a tragic misunderstanding, are led to believe the other is dead. The choices they make will determine each other’s fate. In KNIGHT, HEIR, PRINCE, 17 year old Ceres, a beautiful, poor girl from the Empire city of Delos, finds herself alone at sea, drifting towards the mythic Isle Beyond the Mist—and towards the mother she never met. She is ready to complete her training, to finally understand her power, and to become the warrior she was meant to be. But will her mother be there to greet her? Will she teach her all she needs to know? And will she reveal all of the secret of Ceres’ identity? In Delos, Thanos, thinking Ceres is dead, finds himself wedded to Stephania, and immersed deeper in a court he cannot escape from and in a family he hates. He also finds himself in the midst of the erupting Revolution, which culminates in a daring attack on the Stade.He is stuck in a game of pawns and kings, of traitors and queens, and it may be Ceres, after all, who is destined to change it all. Of CROWNS AND GLORY tells an epic tale of tragic love, vengeance, betrayal, ambition, and destiny. Filled with unforgettable characters and heart-pounding action, it transports us into a world we will never forget, and makes us fall in love with fantasy all over again. Book #4 in OF CROWNS AND GLORY will be released soon!

Bill of Sale for Slaves in Princess Anne County Virginia November 6 1858

A bill of sale for four slaves, described as "Eliza and child," " one boy name Ned," and " one girl name Mahalia." The slaves were sold by Daniel Fisher to Daniel Ward for the price of $1300 on November 6, 1858.

Bill of Sale for Slaves in Princess Anne County  Virginia  November 6  1858

Author:

Publisher:

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Page: 2

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A bill of sale for four slaves, described as "Eliza and child," " one boy name Ned," and " one girl name Mahalia." The slaves were sold by Daniel Fisher to Daniel Ward for the price of $1300 on November 6, 1858. Bill is signed by Daniel Fisher, "in the presence of Johnson H. White."

His Slave His Princess Collared by the Billionaire Prince Billionaire BDSM Erotic Romance

The worldwide bestselling romance series readers described as The Princess Diaries meets Fifty Shades. Now available as one bumper-length novel at more than 50% off. He wants me as his slave...can I become his princess? This is insane.

His Slave  His Princess   Collared by the Billionaire Prince  Billionaire BDSM Erotic Romance

Author: Tanya Korval

Publisher: Connell & Parker

ISBN: 1484115481

Page: 506

View: 380

The worldwide bestselling romance series readers described as The Princess Diaries meets Fifty Shades. Now available as one bumper-length novel at more than 50% off. He wants me as his slave...can I become his princess? This is insane. I'm the quiet one, the bookish one. I shouldn't even have been at the party. But then I run right into Prince Jagor. Gorgeous. Huge. A man who can pick you up with one hand and melt your panties with a growl. Suddenly, I'm in a steamy kiss with the heir to the throne of Asteria. Asteria. A country where women are slaves. But one kiss isn't enough and the Prince makes me an offer: come to Monaco with him as his aide...and secret lover. I know it's crazy but I can't resist this man. I'm thrown into a world of private jets and stolen kisses. I'm falling fast...but he lives in an utterly different world. Do I love him enough to become his slave? Danger waits for us in his home country, more than either of us can imagine. If I'm going to keep my man, I'm going to have to fight for him. Against the will of the royal family, in the glare of the media spotlight, I'm going to have to become his princess.

Aesthetes and Decadents of the 1890s

sAloMé: He says terrible things about my mother, does he not? second soldier:
We never understand what he says, Princess. sAloMé: Yes; he says terrible
things about her. (&nter a slave.) THE SLAVE: Princess, the Tetrarch prays you to
 ...

Aesthetes and Decadents of the 1890s

Author: Karl Beckson

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 1613734352

Page: 337

View: 220

The Aesthetic and Decadent Movement of the late 19th century spawned the idea of "Art for Art's Sake," challenged aesthetic standards and shocked the bourgeosie. From Walter Pater's study, "The Renaissance to Salome, the truly decadent collaboration between Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley, Karl Beckson has chosen a full spectrum of works that chronicle the British artistic achievement of the 1890s. In this revised edition of a classic anthology, "The Ballad of Reading Gaol" has been included in its entirety; the bibliography has been completely updated; Professor Beckson's notes and commentary have been expanded from the first edition published in 1966. The so-called Decadent or Aesthetic period remains one of the most interesting in the history of the arts. The poetry and prose of such writers as Yeats, Wilde, Symons, Johnson, Dowson, Barlas, Pater and others are included in this collection, along with sixteen of Aubrey Beardsley's drawings.

The Invisible Princess

In an original fairy tale, a slave baby is made invisible and whisked away by the Prince of Night until she is summoned back to save her parents and the other slaves from the evil plantation owner, Captain Pepper.

The Invisible Princess

Author: Faith Ringgold

Publisher: Crown Books For Young Readers

ISBN: 9780517800249

Page: 32

View: 157

In an original fairy tale, a slave baby is made invisible and whisked away by the Prince of Night until she is summoned back to save her parents and the other slaves from the evil plantation owner, Captain Pepper.

Anna Madgigine Jai Kingsley

Anna Kingsley's life story adds a dramatic chapter to histories of the South, the state of Florida, and the African Diaspora.

Anna Madgigine Jai Kingsley

Author: Daniel L. Schafer

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780813056531

Page: 240

View: 938

Anna Kingsley's life story adds a dramatic chapter to histories of the South, the state of Florida, and the African Diaspora. Both an American slave and a slaveowner and possibly an African princess. Anna was captured as a teenager in Senegal in 1806 and sold into slavery. Zephaniah Kingsley, Jr., a planter and slave trader from Spanish East Florida, bought her in Havana and took her to his St. Johns River plantation, where she soon became his household manager, his wife, and eventually the mother of four of his children.

The Essential Oscar Wilde

Second Soldier: We never understand what he says, Princess. Salome: Yes; he
says terrible things about her. [Enter a Slave.] The Slave: Princess, the Tetrarch
prays you to return to the feast. Salome: I will not return. The Young Syrian:
Pardon ...

The Essential Oscar Wilde

Author: Oscar Wilde

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1627933654

Page: 335

View: 512

Collected her in one omnibus edition are Oscar Wilde's most important works including The Importance of Being Earnest, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Salome, Selected Poems of Oscar Wilde, The Soul of Man Under Socialism, The Happy Prince and Other Tales, and The Canterville Ghost. These works of poetry, fiction, drama, and prose encompass Wilde's entire career and they display his range of style and wit. Wilde is one of the most important writers in the history of the English language. Wilder Publications is a green publisher. All of our books are printed to order. This reduces waste and helps us keep prices low while greatly reducing our impact on the environment.

Secrets of a Jewish Male Slave

Our Relationship My princess and lwere pretty good casual dancers beforewe
met—this means that we were comfortable and quite good rhythmically dancing “
freestyle” to songs we knew that were played by disc jockeys or live bands when
 ...

Secrets of a Jewish Male Slave

Author: The Original JMS

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1466915269

Page: 34

View: 509

Are you a fantastic woman that feels youre not being treated as a true princess by your significant other? If youre interested, Id like to help you attain that exalted status by offering your man relationship advice through this humorous book on how to become a Jewish Male Slave.

The Importance of Being Earnest and Other Plays

No, Princess, he is quite young. SECOND SOLDIER. One cannot be sure. There
are those who say he is Elias. SALOMÉ. Who is Elias? SECOND SOLDIER. A
prophet of this country in bygone days, Princess. THE SLAVE. What answer may I
 ...

The Importance of Being Earnest and Other Plays

Author: Oscar Wilde

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101078022

Page: 240

View: 996

A universal favorite, The Importance of Being Earnest displays Oscar Wilde's theatrical genius at its brilliant best. Subtitled "A Trivial Comedy for Serious People", this hilarious attack on Victorian manners and morals turns a pompous world on its head, lets duplicity lead to happiness, and makes riposte the highest form of art. Also included in this special collection are Wilde's first comedy success, Lady Windermere's Fan, and his richly sensual melodrama, Salome.

Arabian Nights Entertainments

The slave was not long before she returned, and ran into the hall, laughing so
heartily that the princess could not forbear herself. Well, giggler, said the princess
, will you tell me what you laugh at? Alas! madam, answered the slave, laughing
 ...

Arabian Nights  Entertainments

Author: Robert L. Mack

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191605557

Page: 976

View: 661

No other edition offers extensive textual apparatus such as explanatory notes, plot summaries, particularly vital as stories are complex and interwoven. The Sultan Schahriar's misguided resolution to shelter himself from the possible infidelities on his wives leads to an outbreak of barbarity in his kingdoms and a reign of terror in his court, stopped only by the resourceful Scheherazade. The tales with which Scheherazade nightly postpones the muderous intent of the sultan have entered our language and our lives like no other collection of narratives before or since. Sinbad, Aladdin, Ali Baba: all make their spectacular entrance on to the stage of English literary history in the Arabian Nights Entertainments (1704-17). The stories contained in this `store house of ingenious fiction' initiate a pattern of literary reference and influence which today remains as powerful and intense as it was throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This edition reproduces in its entirety the earliest English translation of the French orientalist Antoine Galland's Mille et une Nuits. This remained for over a century the only English translation of the story cycle, influencing an incalculable number of writers, and no other edition offers the complete text supplemented by full textual apparatus. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales

SLAVE. GIRL. A wealthy merchant had a son named Karl, who was the silent
type. He decided to send the boyto live withhis uncleto learn the waysof theworld.
The uncle owned abeautiful garden. The boy loved visitingit, because a slavegirl
 ...

The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales

Author: Franz Xaver von Schonwerth

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698144554

Page: 288

View: 595

A rare discovery in the world of fairy tales—now for the first time in English Move over, Cinderella: Make way for the Turnip Princess! And for the “Cinderfellas” in these stories, which turn our understanding of gender in fairy tales on its head. With this volume, the holy trinity of fairy tales—the Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, and Hans Christian Andersen—becomes a quartet. In the 1850s, Franz Xaver von Schönwerth traversed the forests, lowlands, and mountains of northern Bavaria to record fairy tales, gaining the admiration of even the Brothers Grimm. Most of Schönwerth's work was lost—until a few years ago, when thirty boxes of manu­scripts were uncovered in a German municipal archive. Now, for the first time, Schönwerth's lost fairy tales are available in English. Violent, dark, and full of action, and upending the relationship between damsels in distress and their dragon-slaying heroes, these more than seventy stories bring us closer than ever to the unadorned oral tradition in which fairy tales are rooted, revolutionizing our understanding of a hallowed genre. For more than sixty-five years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,500 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Sky Island

cried Princess Cerulia, “fetch me a mirror.” “Slave!” cried Princess Turquoise, “a
lock of my hair is loosened; bind it up.” “Slave!” cried Princess Cobalt, “unfasten
my shoes; they're too tight.” “Slave!” cried Princess Sapphire, “bring hither my box
 ...

Sky Island

Author: L. Frank Baum

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486174298

Page: 300

View: 769

A magic umbrella transports three travelers to an astral kingdom where they encounter bizarre inhabitants and face many adventures. A captivating tale for children of all ages. 86 black-and-white illustrations; 12 in full-color.

The Slave Ship

Bartholomew Roberts was a young Welshman who sailed as second mate
aboard the Princess, a 140-ton Guineaman, as a slave ship was called, out of
London for Sierra Leone. He had apparently worked in the slave trade for a while
.

The Slave Ship

Author: Marcus Rediker

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440620843

Page: 448

View: 576

“Masterly.”—Adam Hochschild, The New York Times Book Review In this widely praised history of an infamous institution, award-winning scholar Marcus Rediker shines a light into the darkest corners of the British and American slave ships of the eighteenth century. Drawing on thirty years of research in maritime archives, court records, diaries, and firsthand accounts, The Slave Ship is riveting and sobering in its revelations, reconstructing in chilling detail a world nearly lost to history: the "floating dungeons" at the forefront of the birth of African American culture.

NIrV Precious Princess Bible eBook

10The slave drivers and the others who were in charge left. They said to the
people, “Pharaoh says, 'I won't give you any more straw. 11Go and get your own
straw anywhere you can find it. But you still have to make the same number of
bricks.

NIrV  Precious Princess Bible  eBook

Author: Zondervan,

Publisher: Zonderkidz

ISBN: 0310729831

Page: 2048

View: 254

Perfect for every little princess, this Bible includes the complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)—the NIV for kids! Written at a third grade reading level, this translation is easy for her to explore God's word. The twelve colorful tip-in pages will delight little girls with Bible verses that assure her she is God’s precious princess, describe the characteristics of a princess, and list the princesses and queens mentioned in the Bible. The compact size is ideal to carry everywhere. Other features include: - Dictionary for explaining difficult words - 100 Famous Bible Stories - Easy-to-read type size

Tales of Wonder

XVI THE PRINCESS AND THE SLAVE ORIGINAL—M.G. LEWIS WHERE fragrant
breezes sigh'd through orange bowers, And springing fountains cool'd the air
with showers, From pomp retired, and noon-tide's burning ray, The fair, the royal
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Tales of Wonder

Author: Matthew Gregory Lewis

Publisher: Broadview Press

ISBN: 1460401816

Page: 300

View: 229

In the late eighteenth century, Matthew Gregory “Monk” Lewis, a notorious author of lurid Gothic novels and plays, began to gather this collection of horror ballads. Including original and traditional works, translations and adaptations, and even burlesques of the Gothic, this “hobgoblin repast,” as Lewis called it, brings together a fascinating assortment of works. Contributors include Lewis, the young Walter Scott, William Taylor of Norwich, John Leyden, and Robert Southey. Appendices contain selections from Tales of Terror (1801), a text long intertwined with Lewis’s collection; information on Scott’s An Apology for Tales of Terror (1799); and parodies and reviews of Lewis’s particular brand of Gothic poetry.