Bred on the rolling hills of the steppes of southern Russia, Tambor, a young Tatar lord, has his mind on one thing: to avenge his grandfather's death by impaling after having failed to destroy the city of Cherny Yar. But Tambor's resolve, while in no way abated, takes on a deeper meaning as a result of an intense relationship with his sworn-brother Nissim, his former slave. A Greek slave, brought from the Turkish Empire, Nissim exposes Tambor to a much wider world and gives him a deeper insight into his own destiny. Together, these two warriors battle both the world without and the world within.
How Freedom Works answers the questions as to how do you
- quickly capture the essence of current issues without emotion, bias, and political and religious buzz words? - easily equip your students, children, and yourself with immediate understanding and analyses of civil discourse topics? - concisely discuss the effects of current events around the dinner table? - briefly give power to your conversational issue comments? How Freedom Works provides a simple cookbook approach for one to taste the immediate effects of topical and social proposals and mores of our times.
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|Size: ||917 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781631228926 (DRM-EPUB)|
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