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The memoirs of John Addington Symonds
The memoirs of John Addington Symonds
In these long-concealed documents, a leading literary figure of the late nineteenth-century recounts the story of his sheltered childhood, unhappy school years, joyless marriage, and his eventual surrender to homosexuality

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Barbie Made to Move Barbie Doll
Barbie Made to Move Barbie Doll
Barbie is always on the move, and now she can move in more ways than before! With Barbie Made to Move doll, you can do anything! The storytelling fun is endless when Barbie doll can do things just like you! Capture the action with the ability to move and pose in ways that mimic realistic action -- from riding a bicycle and playing a guitar to doing gymnastic bends and sitting cross-legged to owning a runway or taking selfies, Barbie doll's realistic moves -- guided by you -- can do it all! Barbie Made to Move doll has 22 "joints" -- in the neck, upper arms, elbows, wrists, torso, hips, upper legs, knees AND ankles -- for an incredible range of movement! Always fashionable, she wears a sleek modern outfit with black leggings and a colorful top to highlight her dynamic posability. The storytelling possibilities -- and the imaginative moves -- are limitless! Includes Barbie doll wearing fashions. Doll cannot stand alone. Colors and decorations may vary.

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$14.99



A Problem in Greek Ethics - (Annotated) (Immortal Literature Series)
A Problem in Greek Ethics - (Annotated) (Immortal Literature Series)
This is a new edition of “A Problem in Greek Ethics,” originally published in London in 1901 for “private circulation.” Part of the project Immortal Literature Series of classic literature, this is a new edition of the classic work published in 1901—not a facsimile reprint. Obvious typographical errors have been carefully corrected and the entire text has been reset and redesigned by Pen House Editions to enhance readability, while respecting the original edition. The eBook edition was designed in an elegant style and set to take full advantage of the readers' features.“A Problem in Greek Ethics” is an account of sexuality between men in all its forms, with Greek culture as a backdrop. Perhaps the best description of “A Problem in Greek Ethics” is this one in “Queer Religion” (Praeger, 2012, edited by Donald L. Boisvert and Jay Emerson Johnson, pp. 180-181): “Published at the turn of the century, ‘A Problem in Greek Ethics’ is a systematic and well-documented exposition of the role of homosexuality in the different historical periods of ancient Greek society. Throughout most of his work, Symonds prefers to use the term ‘paiderastia’ to ‘homosexuality,’ the latter a term he only uses in rare instances. Nevertheless, ‘paiderastia,’ in Symonds's work, amounts to a broad concept of homosexuality rather than to our current concept of pederasty. Whitman and his work are never mentioned by Symonds in ‘A Problem in Greek Ethics,’ but the conceptual connection had already been made explicit in Walt Whitman: ‘A Study’ eight years earlier. In the introductory lines to ‘A Problem in Greek Ethics,’ the reader is alerted that ancient Greece offers a unique example in history of ‘a great and highly developed race not only tolerating homosexual passions, but deeming them of spiritual value, and attempting to use them for the benefit of society.’ According to Symonds, while homosexual relations were not prominent in the so-called heroic age of Greece, it was nevertheless the love of Achilles for Patroclus, as narrated by Homer, that conferred in a later age of Greek history an almost religious sanction to the martial form of paiderastia. This episode in the Iliad inspired in later generations an ideal of manly love, which he describes as ‘a powerful and masculine emotion, in which effeminacy had no part, and which by no means excluded the ordinary sexual feelings.’ To which he adds that the tie created by these relationships was ‘both more spiritual and more energetic [than] that which bound man to woman.’ While Homer knew not about homosexuality, very early in Greek history paiderastia became a national institution giving rise, according to Symonds, to a distinction between a noble, spiritual, form of masculine passion, which he calls "heroic love," and a base and sensual one, which he identifies as ‘vulgar love.’”About the AuthorJohn Addington Symonds was born in Bristol, England, in 1840. He was an English poet, an author of several works, and a literary critic. In 1873 he wrote “A Problem in Greek Ethics,” which discussed homosexuality between men. He printed ten copies in 1883, before effectively publishing the book in 1901. He was also known for his work on the Renaissance, as well as for his translations and biographies. He wrote “Our Life in the Swiss Highlands” (1891), biographies of Philip Sidney (1886), Ben Jonson (1886) and Michelangelo (1893), several volumes of poetry and essays, and a translation of the “Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini” (1887). John Addington Symonds died in Rome in 1893. In 1896, Havelock Ellis published, in German, prepared with the collaboration of Dr. Hans Kurella, “Das konträre Geschlechtsgefühl” (Leipzig, by Georg H. Wigand's Verlag), later revised and published by Ellis as “Sexual Inversion”—the first medical text in English about homosexuality, which he had co-authored with Symonds, and which would become a part of Ellis’s six-volume “Studies in the Psychology of Sex.”

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WWE Series #42 - #44 Batista Figure
WWE Series #42 - #44 Batista Figure
Bring home the action of WWE! Kids can recreate their favorite matches with these approximately 6-inch figures created in "Superstar scale" (each sold separately). Pose them to spar, pair them to battle or create mayhem with multiple figures. All offer articulation, amazing accuracy and authentic details like armbands and tattoos. Sheamus has his characteristic red hair and signature colors. Rey Mysterious wears an iconic mask and bears his familiar tattoos. Kofi Kingston sports his infamous braids and bold ink as well. A wide variety of Superstars means loads of possibilities for WWE mayhem! Each sold separately, subject to availability. Ages 6 and older.

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$50.00



Disney Minnie Mouse Mug Warmer, Black/Pink (DMG-18)
Disney Minnie Mouse Mug Warmer, Black/Pink (DMG-18)
Keep your coffee or tea at just the right temperature with this Minnie Mouse Mug Warmer. Perfect for home or the office, this mug warmer features a Minnie shaped power light and the 10oz Minnie Mouse mug is included.

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$22.49



Barbie Fashionistas Ultimate Closet, Purple
Barbie Fashionistas Ultimate Closet, Purple
Pack Barbie doll for a world of possibility! This purple Barbie closet is not only designed for portability with carrying handles, but it also comes with clothing and accessories for lots of storytelling fun wherever you are. Decorated with Barbie signature style, the vibrant purple closet features clear double doors for a peek her wardrobe. To get the fashion fun started, the closet comes with trendy pieces that can be mixed and matched to create versatile looks. Two dresses are perfect for day or night with modern silhouettes, graphic prints and fun colors. Three pairs of shoes, two necklaces and two purses can change a look in an instant. Dress Barbie doll to suit your style or story (doll sold separately). Pick a new setting, and pack up the fun to go anywhere. Six hangars help keep fashions fashionable, and working drawers and cabinets are perfect for Barbie doll’s amazing accessories. The portable closet is ready to travel, because with Barbie, you can be anything! Includes portable closet, two dresses, two necklaces, two purses, three pairs of shoes and six hangers; doll not included. Fashions fit most Barbie dolls. Colors and decorations may vary.

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$24.99



GE 45132 Wireless Alarm System Motion Sensor
GE 45132 Wireless Alarm System Motion Sensor
• Easy to set up & easy to use;• LED motion notification;• Adds up to 16 sensors to a control center;• 150ft operating range;• Requires GE(R) 45129 Wireless Alarm System Control Center;

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$22.40



Presto 5900 1500-Watt Stainless-Steel Electric Wok
Presto 5900 1500-Watt Stainless-Steel Electric Wok
The quick and easy way to prepare sizzling stir-fry meals. Healthy stir-fry cooking sears ingredients in just a small amount of oil to preserve nutrients as well as fresh colors, flavors, and textures. 120 volts, 60 Hz only. It should not be used with an adapter.

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$77.11



Shelley (Annotated) (Immortal Literature Series)
Shelley (Annotated) (Immortal Literature Series)
This is a new edition of “Shelley,” originally published in 1909 by Macmillan And Co., Limited, in London. Part of the project Immortal Literature Series of classic literature, this is a new edition of the classic work published in 1909—not a facsimile reprint. Obvious typographical errors have been carefully corrected and the entire text has been reset and redesigned by Pen House Editions to enhance readability, while respecting the original edition. The eBook edition was designed in an elegant style and set to take full advantage of the readers' features.“Shelley” is the biography of Percy Bysshe Shelley, one of the greatest contributors to the romantic poetry in the English language, and author of “Prometheus Unbound” and many other poems. Best known for his lyric poems such as “Ode to the West wind” and “To a Skylark;” for his fourteen-line, iambic pentameter sonnet “Ozymandias,” and for his treatise on atheism, “The Necessity of Atheism,” the tract which led to his expulsion from Oxford University when he was only nineteen years old. Percy Bysshe Shelley was married to Mary Shelley (née Godwin), the author of the successful novel “Frankenstein,” one of the most frequently adapted works of the 19th century.About the Author: John Addington Symonds was born in Bristol, England, in 1840. He was an English poet, an author of several works, and a literary critic. In 1873 he wrote A Problem in Greek Ethics, which discussed homosexuality between men. He printed ten copies in 1883, before effectively publishing the book in 1901. He was also known for his work on the Renaissance, as well as for his translations and biographies. He wrote Our Life in the Swiss Highlands (1891), biographies of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1878), Philip Sidney (1886), Ben Jonson (1886) and Michelangelo (1893), several volumes of poetry and essays, and a translation of the Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini (1887). John Addington Symonds died in Rome in 1893. In 1896, Havelock Ellis published, in German—prepared with the collaboration of Dr. Hans Kurella—Das konträre Geschlechtsgefühl (Leipzig, by Georg H. Wigand's Verlag), later revised and published by Ellis as Sexual Inversion—the first medical text in English about homosexuality, which he had co-authored with Symonds, and which would become a part of Ellis’s six-volume Studies in the Psychology of Sex.

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