Monaco: A Novel

Code Pub
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In Monaco, 1937, life is ideal. Palm trees sway, celebrities shine, and the Grand Prix thrills spectators from around the world. With war on the continental horizon, billionaire auto tycoon, Jacques Tourangeau, looks to Dash Bradford, a visiting American businessman, to help him protect the regal principality's way of life. Hesitant to get involved, the young Bradford is drawn in irreversibly when he saves the life of Tourangeau's beautiful daughter, Margaux. The new couple seems destined for what the press increasingly lauds as the 'perfect romance, ' but when Tourangeau Auto begins to compete with the dominant Germans, unexpected challenges threaten the happy ideal. In his debut novel, seasoned essayist Eric Robert Morse brings to life the warm allure of Monaco and the explosive world of golden-age auto racing through the eyes of a young dreamer striving for success against all odds. In an age of quick fixes and strained relationships, Morse offers a story of permanence and justice to show us that love, redemption, and even perfection are not only still possible but, ultimately, necessary for the good life.
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Publisher
Code Pub
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Published on
May 31, 2008
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Pages
612
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ISBN
9781600202001
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Historical
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This content is DRM free.
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?Love Is Justice? by Eric Robert Morse is a long essay dedicated to revealing useful truths about love. It is divided into six sections by light-hearted quotes from children that give the reader a taste of the more complex material in each segment. The first part introduces the topic, reviewing our culture?s various notions of love and suggesting one more: justice. Morse uses the second section to show how this new conception can explain the several different types of love we see throughout the world. Here, he also proves how the new conception can elevate and progress mankind as a whole. But, as explained in the third section, it is not easy to find this ?true justification?. Morse discusses the difficulties in doing so and proceeds to examine an alternative in ?false justification? that we humans have discovered and employed in most of our modern relationships. The fourth section illustrates how the alternative is harmful and leads participants downward. In the fifth section, Morse makes it clear that this downward motion is not limited to only the most extreme cases, but all cases of false justification because this artificial love is based in the physical, which, as the theorist explains, is a condition unfavorable to relationships of all kinds. To attain true love, two must elevate their aims beyond the physical. The final section gives us examples of how this can be done and uses the new conception to confirm long standing ideas about love such as Platonic Love, ?love at first sight?, and ?soul mates?. Few attempts at grasping love have been as thorough and practical as Morse?s. ?Love Is Justice? has been praised as an elegant proof of a truly beautiful idea and aims to found a new standard for interpersonal relationships, romantic or otherwise.
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