Blame Volume 1

Author: Tsutomu Nihei
Publisher: TokyoPop
ISBN: 9781595328342
Size: 30.35 MB
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Blame Academy And So On

Author: Tsutomu Nihei
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
ISBN: 1682333310
Size: 65.67 MB
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BLAME! Academy and So On is a spin-off series of BLAME! set in the same "City" as BLAME! and is a parody / comedy about various characters in the main BLAME! storyline set in a traditional Japanese school environment. Various elements of the main BLAME! story are parodied, including the relationship between Killy and Cibo, and Dhomochevsky and Iko. Irregularly published in Afternoon and compiled as BLAME! Gakuen and So On September 19, 2008, this is its first official English language release in either digital or print.

No One Else To Blame

Author: Cloud Kurtin
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465322183
Size: 27.71 MB
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Imagine not trusting anyone around you! Imagine being so aloof that people did not even bother trying to get to know you! That is what Nick Walters did. He was tough, mean and sarcastic. He had people right where he wanted them-away from him. But Nick Walters learned a hard-and almost deadly-lesson. Its a lesson that he did not see coming. When he tried to find out what happened to him, he found that There Is No One Else to Blame.


Author: D. Justin Coates
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0199860823
Size: 59.92 MB
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What is it to blame someone, and when are would-be blamers in a position to do so? What function does blame serve in our lives, and is it a valuable way of relating to one another? The essays in this volume explore answers to these and related questions.

No One To Blame

Author: George Bizos
Publisher: New Africa Books
ISBN: 9780864863195
Size: 14.74 MB
Format: PDF
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In this book, George Bizos, himself centrally involved in many of the inquests following these high-profile deaths in detention, examines the steady erosion of the system of justice and its ultimate failure.'

Blame Welfare Ignore Poverty And Inequality

Author: Joel F. Handler
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139461168
Size: 56.62 MB
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With the passage of the 1996 welfare reform, not only welfare, but poverty and inequality have disappeared from the political discourse. The decline in the welfare rolls has been hailed as a success. This book challenges that assumption. It argues that while many single mothers left welfare, they have joined the working poor, and fail to make a decent living. The book examines the persistent demonization of poor single-mother families; the impact of the low-wage market on perpetuating poverty and inequality; and the role of the welfare bureaucracy in defining deserving and undeserving poor. It argues that the emphasis on family values - marriage promotion, sex education and abstinence - is misguided and diverts attention from the economic hardships low-income families face. The book proposes an alternative approach to reducing poverty and inequality that centers on a children's allowance as basic income support coupled with jobs and universal child care.

Rumour And Renown

Author: Philip Hardie
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521620880
Size: 51.25 MB
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Major study of the literary treatment of rumour and renown across the canon of authors from Homer to Alexander Pope, including readings in historiographical and dramatic texts, and authors such as Petrarch, Chaucer, Spenser, Shakespeare and Milton. Of interest to students of classical and comparative literature and of reception studies.