Terry O’Neill was just ten years old when he stood up in court to testify against his brutal foster parents, accused of the manslaughter of his twelve-year-old brother, Dennis.
Terry and his brother had been taken into care and moved through many foster homes until they came to live on the Shropshire farm owned by Reginald and Esther Gough in 1945. There they were to suffer brutal beatings and little care or love – they survived as best they could, looking out for each other, until the terrible morning when Terry couldn’t wake Dennis.
In a time when the country was united by war and struggle, the case shocked the nation and made headlines around the world. Terry, a small figure in the courtroom, captured the hearts of mothers and families everywhere, and the public outcry against the foster services led to the instigation of the first provisions to protect other vulnerable children from neglect and cruelty.
features a revised translation (with little editorial intervention),
expanded notes (including a summary of the argument of each chapter), an
expanded Introduction, and a revised glossary.
• the best of the reading approach and the grammar-translation approach
• one Latin passage in each chapter that is adapted from post-antique Latin literature
• each chapter contains an unadapted selection of classical Latin from Nepos' Life of Atticus
• text ends with ten additional unadapted selections from the Life of Atticus for students' transition to authors courses
• Nepos selections accompanied by facing notes and vocabulary
• clear, concise grammatical explanations
• abundant exercises, both Latin to English and English to Latin
• optional oral exercises
• vocabulary geared to upper level literature and AP* syllabi
• review unit for every three chapters
• derivative and proverb studies
• background essays on daily life and the culture of post-ancient world
• essays on the heroes of classical mythology
• essays connecting the ancient, post-ancient, and modern worlds written by university scholars
• plentiful full-color illustrations, complement the Latin text of each chapter
• study tips for students
• three maps custom-made for Latin for the New Millennium
• timeline of historical and literary events
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“Three fine thinkers take us plunging into the universe of chaos, mind, and spirit. Instead of leaving us lost, they bring us back with startling insights and more wonder than we knew we had.” —Matthew Fox, Original Blessing and Sheer Joy
"A jam-session of the mind, an intellectual movable feast, an on-going conversation that began over twenty years ago and remains as lively and relevant today as it ever was. Sadly, Terence had to leave the conversation a little earlier than planned. But the appearance of this book of trialogues at this critical, historical juncture is a reaffirmation of the potency of the optimistic vision that the trialogues express." —Dennis McKenna, brother of the late Terence McKenna
Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of many books including The Sense of Being Stared At, And Other Aspects of the Extended Mind. Ralph Abraham is a mathematician, one of the pioneers of chaos theory and the author of several books including Chaos, Gaia, Eros: A Chaos Pioneer Uncovers the Three Great Streams of History. The late Terence McKenna was a scholar of shamanism, ethno-botanist, psychedelic researcher and author of many books including Food of the Gods and True Hallucinations.
"The Peter Shue Story/The Life Of The Party" is based on crime, punishment & entrapment. Peter Shue had the power to transport his dreams into reality. Peter a black pioneer of his time became the Great Gatsby of New York City party life. Everyone who attended Peter's parties from the average Joe and Jane to people like Wendy Williams, Madonna, Diddy, Mike Tyson, Mary J., Keith Sweat, Heavy D., Richard Pryor, Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson, Charles Oakley, Eddie Murphy just to name a few (Included in the book) Peter Shue treated everyone like VIP'S.
Struggling to get out of the game Peter Shue meets the unscrupulous Hollywood vixen/ Miss Pop Star who is known worldwide by many media outlets. "Hell has no fury as a woman scorned" Miss Pop Star desperately wants Peter to be her Boy Toy; father her children and in her attempts to win him over, she showers him with a myriad of exotic trips, expensive gifts, lot of money and wild sex.
Also included in the book NYC newspaper article Witness Tattles on star's Ex-Pal by Helen Peterson.© Daily News, L.P. (New York) Used with Permission; Official US Court Transcripts.
The Life Of The Party is a fact based portrait of a man in a world of fame, power and a need to control. Get your fill of adult thrills, fun and excitement as you turn the pages of this book.
Gangsters and Movie Stars, first there was Bugsy Siegel and Virginia Hill. Now there is Peter Shue and ???
When you fall in love you may be repeating bad relationship habits that you learned growing up or in a previous unhealthy relationship. No matter what your history, Getting Love Right can explain how to build and maintain healthy intimacy, including:
* How to recognize if you are in a compulsive, apathetic, or healthy relationship
* How to become a person who is capable of healthy intimacy
* How to choose a healthy partner
If you are in a relationship or want to be in one, Terence T. Gorski will teach you that love isn't just something that happens -- love is something you can learn.
This recording also includes an interview with Michael Darlow, the author of “Terence Rattigan: The Man and His Work”.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:
Steven Brand as Frank Hunter
Martin Jarvis as Andrew Crocker-Harris
Ian Ogilvy as The Headmaster
Darren Richardson as Peter Gilbert
Devon Sorvari as Mrs. Gilbert
Kate Steele as Millie Crocker-Harris
Daniel Stewart as John Taplow
Directed by Peter Levin. Recorded by L.A. Theatre Works before a live audience.
Steed and Dr Keel return to action in these four recreations of classic lost episodes: 5.1 Nightmare by Dan Starkey, from a storyline by Terence Feely5.2 Girl on the Trapeze by Dennis Spooner, adapted by Rae Leaver5.3 Crescent Moon by Phil Mulryne, from a storyline by Geoffrey Bellman and John Whitney5.4 Diamond Cut Diamond by John Dorney, from a storyline by Max Marquis.
Adapted by John Dorney, Rae Leaver, Phil Mulryne and Dan Starkey.
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