6 edition of The Fall of the House of Ill-Repute and Other Short Stories found in the catalog.
Written in English
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The most striking feature of Ocean Falls was, and still remains, its setting. As you approach it from the south, down the seven-mile channel of Cousins Inlet, the town is hidden from view until you round Pecker Point, the site of the notorious house of ill repute until , and there it is, cradled unexpectedly by the immense surrounding mountains. These seven short stories capture Easy in transition while he tries to settle down at 44 in The first six stories were added to the reprints of Gone Fishin', Devil in a Blue Dress, A Red Death, White Butterfly, Black Betty, and A Little Yellow Dog in The seventh story is new with this volume/5().
Not just any house of ill repute, but one that would traffic in underage sex slaves. These are bright, immoral lines, that when crossed are democratically damning. Parables of Kierkegaard Edited by Thomas C. Oden Review By Dan Geddes Editor Thomas C. Oden discovered the idea of compiling Kierkegaard’s parables during a conversation with another scholar. This volume gives Kierkegaard’s parables a wider audience, as few non-philosophers read the philosopher’s works in their entirety. Soren Kierkegaard () remains one of the strangest fish.
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House of Ill Repute Meaning. Definition: A brothel. Origin of House of Ill Repute. This expression is a euphemism for a brothel, first appearing in the early 18th century.
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Isaac Babel, Isaac also spelled Isaak, original name in full Isaak Emmanuilovich Babel, (born June 30 [J New Style],Odessa, Ukraine, Russian Empire—died JanuMoscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.), Russian short-story writer known for his cycles of stories: Konarmiya (, rev.enlarged ; Red Cavalry), set in the Russo-Polish War (–20); Odesskiye rasskazy.
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