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     The God Between a Woman's Thighs - PART ONE: ENTRY
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Author(s): Richard L. Cabra

This passionately intense, exquisitely written and painfully honest confession follows our intrepid adventurer and virtuoso swordsman, Richard L. Cabra, as he navigates his way between the sheets - and the thighs - of beautiful young women in Central Asia, the Ukraine and South America in search of consummate love, a love to redeem his life and transform his soul, a love that will bring him the opportunity to comprehend the truth of our existence in the world and to glimpse the very face of God.

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PART ONE: ENTRY


Prologue


In which our intrepid adventurer and virtuoso swordsman is introduced to us by an individual of dubious character and even more problematic credentials.

Chapter 1

In which our bold pioneer elects to exercise his very rusty skills in the art of seduction; Ginnie is mesmerized and induced to suck Dickie; and our hero engages in idle meditations on the unexpected benefits of a musical education and daydreams of a chimera, a well-mannered lady guest.

Chapter 2

Wherein our splendid daredevil stumbles into a stray encounter and receives a most remarkable proposition from an attractive young woman bathing in a tub; our metaphysician muses on the penetration of money into the most intimate of social connections and extols individual freedom of choice.

Chapter 3

In which our valiant swashbuckler reminisces about the evening which started innocuously with a solitary glass of wine at an outdoor cafe and ended, after several impetuous twists in the tale, with a couple of senior prosecutors begging for a favor at the personal brothel of the President of the Republic. Reflections on abstemiousness and the nature of a true epicure.

Chapter 4

In which our hero appears not as the hunter but as the quarry. An unexpected opportunity to revisit and act out an adolescent sexual fantasy. Sometimes we get what we long ago wished for but have in the meantime forgotten about. Meditations on the role of the imagination and fantasy. And a hommage to the Marquis de Sade.

Chapter 5

In which our romantic gadabout at last encounters a woman of beauty, spirit, taste and astonishing allure. He is enchanted and discovers to their mutual amazement that he arouses in her a fiery sensuality. The road is rocky, however, and our hero suffers bitter frustrations. Reflections on some most peculiar emotional contradictions and why Russian women adore the movie "Pretty Woman".

Chapter 6

In which Titi eventually yields to our resolute swordsman, but only after a long, arduous and grueling struggle, gratifying his basest lusts at the same time as pampering his vanity, afterwards rudely punctured by bitter recriminations. A surprising revelation and a long-dormant beast awakened. But was it ... (gasp!) ... date-rape? Did our hero actually force his attentions on the tempting but reluctant maiden?

Tune in for our next breathtaking, jaw-dropping episode.

To be continued .....


What the Critics Say

Not since the Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau has a man so fearlessly bared his soul, his distinguishing idiosyncrasies, and his every vulnerability to the implacable and relentless gaze of ruthless self-scrutiny. The author, Richard L. Cabra, is sure to endure the most excruciating vilification on publication of this saga, which recounts ? in graphic detail - his numerous and intense libidinous liaisons, if only because the intimate adventures themselves, and the ruminations the author engages in thereupon, do not merely run counter to, but appear designed to outrage every tender sentiment and cherished conviction of the politically-correct brigade. This is a man who celebrates, nay revels in his manliness and knows what to do with a woman, while embarking on a quest harbored by every secret romantic: to discover the source and savor of true love. ...

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     Richard Sapper (Compact Design Portfolio)
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Author(s): Michael Webb, Raul Cabra, Marisa Bartolucci

The stylish little books in our new Compact Design Portfolio series put great classic and contemporary design within everyone's grasp. Launching with four leading designers of the twentieth century--Richard Sapper, Michael Graves, Eileen Gray, and Jean Prouve--these exciting new books defy the idea that design is inaccessible. Each book contains an introductory essay addressing the designer's life and work, penned by a distinguished design writer with real knowledge of and fresh enthusiasm for the designer at hand. Subsequent pages dynamically illustrate numerous key works in photographs and sketches--from Sapper's famous Tizio lamp to Graves's Target line, Prouve's pioneering metal furniture to Gray's Rioli desk. This series will extend into future seasons with more titles featuring an eclectic mix of international design heroes. In an irresistible small format packed with images and useful information, the Compact Design Portfolio books are affordable enough to collect the entire series. At long last, here's the perfect introduction to the influential designers who changed the face of contemporary design.

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     La cabra montés (Animales Del Zoologico) (Spanish Edition)
Publisher: Heinemann-Raintree
Author(s): Patricia Whitehouse

An introduction to mountain goats, including their size, diet, and everyday behavior and highlighting differences between those in the wild and those living in zoos.

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     Cabra Cega
Publisher: Abilio Silva E Semanas Lda
Author(s): Paulo De Carvalho

Track listing: The Critic, Never Saw It Coming, Open Your Eyes, Running Away (Acoustic), Up and Gone (Acoustic), Crawling in the Dark (Acoustic), Ready For You (Acoustic). A Target exclusive CD.

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     From Channel Row to Cabra: Dominican Nuns and Their Times, 1717-1820
Publisher: Columba Press
Author(s): Maire Kealy

This is the story of a group of Dominican women who came to Dublin from Galway in 1717, set up a new foundation with a boarding school for girls and a retirement home for ladies. This is the framework within which the author sets out the difficulties, hardships, and successes of Mary Bellew and her community. Mary herself and her companions were from the Anglo-Irish landed gentry whose families were able to keep their lands after the debacle of James II's disastrous defeat at the Boyne. The nuns lived in the era of the Penal Laws when they were liable to harassment from the authorities, the worry of financial ruin, falling numbers of boarders and community members. However, they survived to move on to Clontarf and Cabra; by 1819 only five nuns survived. From that remnant in the nineteenth century off-shoots have sprung up in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Louisiana and teh Cabra convent and Congregation have survived all these vicissitudes.

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     Cabra: Webster's Timeline History, 1503 - 2007
Publisher: ICON Group International, Inc.
Author(s): Icon Group International

Webster's bibliographic and event-based timelines are comprehensive in scope, covering virtually all topics, geographic locations and people. They do so from a linguistic point of view, and in the case of this book, the focus is on "Cabra," including when used in literature (e.g. all authors that might have Cabra in their name). As such, this book represents the largest compilation of timeline events associated with Cabra when it is used in proper noun form. Webster's timelines cover bibliographic citations, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities in usage. These furthermore cover all parts of speech (possessive, institutional usage, geographic usage) and contexts, including pop culture, the arts, social sciences (linguistics, history, geography, economics, sociology, political science), business, computer science, literature, law, medicine, psychology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology and other physical sciences. This "data dump" results in a comprehensive set of entries for a bibliographic and/or event-based timeline on the proper name Cabra, since editorial decisions to include or exclude events is purely a linguistic process. The resulting entries are used under license or with permission, used under "fair use" conditions, used in agreement with the original authors, or are in the public domain.

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     La pata de cabra (Spanish Edition)
Publisher: BiblioLife
Author(s): Juan de Grimaldi

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

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     Cabra (Poetry)
Publisher: Red Deer Press
Author(s): Ian Samuels

Over the space of centuries, the exploration and settlement of Brazil inspired a vast body of stories that sought to define the country. Its people, its landscapes and its history became the focus of an intense gaze that transmuted the image of Brazil into a fantasy landscape, a changeling world of mingled beauty and brutality, by turns quaint, hallucinatory and nightmarish. Cabra is an exploration of the imagination of Brazil and its the fever-dream. It is a mapping of the topography of myth itself, a search for the voice of history in the cracks of the colonial fa�ade. Perhaps most of all, it is a search for the voices of the dispossessed, whose very identity is the tortured space of the middle passage, the in-between.

Reviews

"Cabra challenges readers to ponder Samuel's views on Brazil as creation of the imagination that helps us to discover ourselves."
-Canadian Book Review Annual



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     Mountain Goats/Cabras Monteses (Animals That Live in the Mountains/Animales de Las Montanas)
Publisher: Weekly Reader Early Learning Library
Author(s): JoAnn Early Macken



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     Mi cabra Teresa (Spanish Edition)
Publisher: Ediciones Idea
Author(s): Patricio Garc�a Ducha



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     The Cabras Name in History
Publisher: Ancestry.com
Author(s): Ancestry.com

This book is part of the Our Name in History series, a collection of fascinating facts and statistics, alongside short historical commentary, created to tell the story of previous generations who have shared this name. The information in this book is a compendium of research and data pulled from census records, military records, ships' logs, immigrant and port records, as well as other reputable sources. Topics include:
  • Name Meaning and Origin
  • Immigration Patterns and Census Detail
  • Family Lifestyles
  • Military Service History
  • Comprehensive Source Guide, for future research
Plus, the "Discover Your Family" section provides tools and guidance on how you can get started learning more about your own family history.

About the Series
Nearly 300,000 titles are currently available in the Our Name in History series, compiled from Billions of records by the world's largest online resource of family history, Ancestry.com.

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     Cabras: Webster's Timeline History, 1820 - 2007
Publisher: ICON Group International, Inc.
Author(s): Icon Group International

Webster's bibliographic and event-based timelines are comprehensive in scope, covering virtually all topics, geographic locations and people. They do so from a linguistic point of view, and in the case of this book, the focus is on "Cabras," including when used in literature (e.g. all authors that might have Cabras in their name). As such, this book represents the largest compilation of timeline events associated with Cabras when it is used in proper noun form. Webster's timelines cover bibliographic citations, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities in usage. These furthermore cover all parts of speech (possessive, institutional usage, geographic usage) and contexts, including pop culture, the arts, social sciences (linguistics, history, geography, economics, sociology, political science), business, computer science, literature, law, medicine, psychology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology and other physical sciences. This "data dump" results in a comprehensive set of entries for a bibliographic and/or event-based timeline on the proper name Cabras, since editorial decisions to include or exclude events is purely a linguistic process. The resulting entries are used under license or with permission, used under "fair use" conditions, used in agreement with the original authors, or are in the public domain.

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     Goats/ Cabras (Animals That Live on the Farm/Animales Que Viven En La Granja (Second Edition))
Publisher: Weekly Reader Early Learning
Author(s): JoAnn Early Macken



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     Eileen Gray: Compact Design Portfolio
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author(s): Penelope Rowlands

The stylish little books in our new Compact Design Portfolio series put great classic and contemporary design within everyone's grasp. Launching with four leading designers of the twentieth century--Richard Sapper, Michael Graves, Eileen Gray, and Jean Prouve--these exciting new books defy the idea that design is inaccessible. Each book contains an introductory essay addressing the designer's life and work, penned by a distinguished design writer with real knowledge of and fresh enthusiasm for the designer at hand. Subsequent pages dynamically illustrate numerous key works in photographs and sketches--from Sapper's famous Tizio lamp to Graves's Target line, Prouve's pioneering metal furniture to Gray's Rioli desk. This series will extend into future seasons with more titles featuring an eclectic mix of international design heroes. In an irresistible small format packed with images and useful information, the Compact Design Portfolio books are affordable enough to collect the entire series. At long last, here's the perfect introduction to the influential designers who changed the face of contemporary design.

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     Eva Zeisel
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author(s): Lucie Young, Marisa Bartolucci, Raul Cabra

Continuing to put great classic and contemporary design within everyones grasp, Chronicle Books proudly delivers the next four installments of the popular Compact Design Portfolio. Written by top design critics, these books cover modern masters whose work ranges from the cozily domestic to the aggressively avant-garde: Eva Zeisel, whose elegantly democratic housewares span a 70-year career; Ingo Maurer, who raises lamp and lighting design to a high art form; Gaetano Pesce, whose rejection of traditional good taste brought about revolutionary furniture design; and George Nelson, the impresario behind the Marshmallow sofa and other Herman Miller classics. Follow-ing the introductory essay, a visual gallery exhibits selections of the designers best work in photographs and sketches. Presented in an irresistible small format, this series encapsulates the life, work, and influence of the great designers of our time.

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     Ingo Maurer
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author(s): Michael Webb, Marisa Bartolucci, Raul Cabra

Continuing to put great classic and contemporary design within everyones grasp, Chronicle Books proudly delivers the next four installments of the popular Compact Design Portfolio. Written by top design critics, these books cover modern masters whose work ranges from the cozily domestic to the aggressively avant-garde: Eva Zeisel, whose elegantly democratic housewares span a 70-year career; Ingo Maurer, who raises lamp and lighting design to a high art form; Gaetano Pesce, whose rejection of traditional good taste brought about revolutionary furniture design; and George Nelson, the impresario behind the Marshmallow sofa and other Herman Miller classics. Follow-ing the introductory essay, a visual gallery exhibits selections of the designers best work in photographs and sketches. Presented in an irresistible small format, this series encapsulates the life, work, and influence of the great designers of our time.

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     Jean Prouve: Compact Design Portfolio
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author(s): Penelope Rowlands

The stylish little books in our new Compact Design Portfolio series put great classic and contemporary design within everyone's grasp. Launching with four leading designers of the twentieth century--Richard Sapper, Michael Graves, Eileen Gray, and Jean Prouve--these exciting new books defy the idea that design is inaccessible. Each book contains an introductory essay addressing the designer's life and work, penned by a distinguished design writer with real knowledge of and fresh enthusiasm for the designer at hand. Subsequent pages dynamically illustrate numerous key works in photographs and sketches--from Sapper's famous Tizio lamp to Graves's Target line, Prouve's pioneering metal furniture to Gray's Rioli desk. This series will extend into future seasons with more titles featuring an eclectic mix of international design heroes. In an irresistible small format packed with images and useful information, the Compact Design Portfolio books are affordable enough to collect the entire series. At long last, here's the perfect introduction to the influential designers who changed the face of contemporary design.

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     Karim Rashid: Compact Design Portfolio
Publisher: chronicle books
Author(s): Marisa Bartolucci, Raul Cabra (Editor)

The newest addition to the successful Compact Design Portfolio series focuses on a designer whose work is as visionary as it is recognizable; Karim Rashid, whose popular designs -? found everywhere from Target to Nambe -- have made him a household name. As with the other titles in the series, this book is written by a renowned design critic and provides a substantial gallery of the designer's works in a handy package. Authoritative, attractive, and supremely affordable, the Compact Design Portfolio is easily the best?value design book series on the market.

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     Michael Graves: Compact Design Portfolio
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Author(s): Julie V. Iovine

The stylish little books in our new Compact Design Portfolio series put great classic and contemporary design within everyone's grasp. Launching with four leading designers of the twentieth century--Richard Sapper, Michael Graves, Eileen Gray, and Jean Prouve--these exciting new books defy the idea that design is inaccessible. Each book contains an introductory essay addressing the designer's life and work, penned by a distinguished design writer with real knowledge of and fresh enthusiasm for the designer at hand. Subsequent pages dynamically illustrate numerous key works in photographs and sketches--from Sapper's famous Tizio lamp to Graves's Target line, Prouve's pioneering metal furniture to Gray's Rioli desk. This series will extend into future seasons with more titles featuring an eclectic mix of international design heroes. In an irresistible small format packed with images and useful information, the Compact Design Portfolio books are affordable enough to collect the entire series. At long last, here's the perfect introduction to the influential designers who changed the face of contemporary design.

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     New Scandinavian Design
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Author(s): Christopher Mount, Katherine Nelson, Raul Cabra

New Scandinavian Design is an ambitious survey of the creativity and innovation of one of the most energetic design cultures around today. Not to be outshone by the classic furniture that made "Scandinavian design" a catchphrase of the 1950s, today's generation of designers is updating modernism in fresh and unexpected ways. Tweaking the myth of fair-haired citizens producing sober beech furniture, New Scandinavian Design goes "beyond blond" to feature work that is anarchic, conceptual, and playful, while still exhibiting hallmark qualities of honesty and utility. Profiles of each Nordic country and illuminating interviews explore the trends and top products. Well over 400 full-color photographs of contemporary furniture, housewares, textiles, and consumer electronics make this an authoritative overview. Expertly researched and inventively designed, this substantial volume is as commanding and attractive as its subject.

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