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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...sthumously, he didn’t. Not 16 years after he died in Berlin.” Prologue “Pol und Jude” Political and a Jew. It’s around 4 o’clock in the mor... ...de of my shirt – a yellow square and a red triangle perched beneath it. “Pol und Jude” – says one of them. The voice of his younger but evidently ... ...d and proper. But under the circumstances that would probably have been against the law. This obsolete piece of magnetic media was different. Fra... ...expounded Dan patiently – “There’s something on this disk that’s worth breaking the law for. Something on it makes people risk life and limb and ass... ...assorted documents in the file. One of them seems to catch his eye. “You studied Law in Berlin in 1929?” “Yes, Herr Reichsfuehrer, I did.” H... ... “Not one iota. Graz expelled all its Jews in the 15 th century and had remained Judenrein – cleansed of Jews – until the 1860s. There is no recor... ...o it that the nation itself does not stray from the straight and narrow path of the law.’ Throughout the last four months of 1935, Hitler was obsess... ... father gave them to me on my thirteenth birthday. When I moved to Berlin to study Law, I brought them with me.” “What made you give them to Arlo...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: Alighieri, Dante, 1265-1321

...t beyond the’ accursed stream she dwells, She may no longer move me, by that law, Which was ordain’d me, when I issued thence. Not so, if Dame from he... ...one hand a couch, with frequent sighs. They are the father and the father in law Of Gallia’s bane: his vicious life they know And foul; thence comes t... ... no guide Recall, no rein direct her wand’ring course. Hence it behov’d, the law should be a curb; A sovereign hence behov’d, whose piercing view Migh... ...e burning by their shame. Our sinning was Hermaphrodite: but we, Because the law of human kind we broke, Following like beasts our vile concupiscence,... ...with the spiritual power in his person, to an unclean beast in the levitical law. “The camel, because he cheweth the cud, but divideth not the hoof, ... ...llo expressly call them the authors of the epistles, James, Peter, John and Jude. The Divine Comedy of Dante Purgatory 119 v. 140. One single ol...

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Wilhelm Tell

By: Johann Christoph Friedrich Von Schiller

...laced in a military academy established by the Duke. He tried the study of law and then of medicine, but his tastes were literary; and, while holding ... ...ugh ‘twere my brother, or my darling child, I would not go. ’Tis Simon and Jude’s day, The lake is up, and calling for its victim. TELL. Nought’s to b... ...most worthy man. Has he escaped, and is he safely hid? STAUFF. Your son-in-law conveyed him o’er the lake, And he lies hidden in my house at Steinen. ... ...and. FURST. Were there an umpire ‘twixt ourselves and Austria, Justice and law might then decide our quarrel. But out oppressor is our Emperor too, An... ...at is Herr Reding, sir, our old Landamman. MEYER. I know him well. I am at law with him About a piece of ancient heritage. Herr Reding, we are enemies... ...ve him at his hearth! ALL (raising their right hands). Agreed! Be this the law! 56 Wilhelm T ell REDING. (After a pause). The law it is. ROSSEL. Now ...

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Bride of Lammermoor

By: Sir Walter Scott

...ies. But as he finds an account of the circumstances given in the Notes to Law’s Memorials, by his ingenious friend, Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq.,... ...pertinacity equal to his own. She particu- larly insisted on the Levitical law, which declares that a woman shall be free of a vow which her parents d... ...r rank; and strange things sometimes took place there, into which even the law did not scrupulously inquire. The credulous Mr. Law says, generally, th... ...er. His hypothesis is inconsistent with the account given in the note upon Law’s Memorials, but easily reconcil- able to the family tradition. In all ... ...onest in commerce, Just in his dealings, being much adverse From quirks of law, still ready to refer His cause t’ an honest country arbiter. He was ac... ...ter Scott Stay, let me see my calendar: the twentieth day from this is St. Jude’s, and the day before I must be at Caverton Edge, to see the match bet... ...nce,” as she said, with a keen glance reverting towards Lucy, “against St. Jude’s day, we must all be ready to sign and seal.” “T o sign and seal!” ec... ...is soon to be engulfed. Week crept away after week, and day after day. St. Jude’s day arrived, the last and protracted term to which Lucy had limited ... ...’s appear below, As light and slender as her jessamines grow. —Crabbe. ST. JUDE’S DAY came, the term assigned by Lucy herself as the furthest date of ...

...might possibly be unpleasing to the feelings of the descendants of the parties. But as he finds an account of the circumstances given in the Notes to Law?s Memorials, by his ingenious friend, Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq., and also indicated in his reprint of the Rev. Mr. Symson?s poems appended to the Large Description of Galloway, as the original of the Bride of Lamme...

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A Theologico-Political Treatise Part 1 Chapters I to V Baruch Spinoza a Theologico-Political Treatise Part 1 Chapters I to V

By: R. H. M. Elwes

...estimony from the Old Testament itself to the share of the Gentiles in the law and favour of God. Explanation of apparent discrepancy of the Epistle t... ...arguments for the eternal election of the Jews. CHAPTER IV – Of the Divine Law. Laws either depend on natural necessity or on human decree. The existe... ...tence of the latter not inconsistent with the former class of laws. Divine law a kind of law founded on human decree: called Divine from its object. D... ...kind of law founded on human decree: called Divine from its object. Divine law: (1) universal; (2) independent of the truth of any historical narrativ... ...rites and ceremonies; (4) its own reward. Reason does not present God as a law-giver for men. Such a conception a proof of ignorance – in Adam – in th... ...good and sinneth not,” Eccles. vii:20. (Vide 2 Epist. Peter ii:15, 16, and Jude 5:11.) (70) His speeches must certainly have had much weight with God,...

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