Posts By Elaine Dragonnette

Books About Cults

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Introduction: A cult is defined as a social and religious group that has different beliefs and practices that are often at variance with the values of general society. Many books have been written about the&hellip

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Books about Gay Love

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Introduction: Gay is a term used with reference to a homosexual person or a person having a homosexual trait. In some countries, gay or lesbian marriages were considered illegal. Only recently have some countries begun&hellip

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Books About Elves

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Introduction: According to Germanic mythology, an elf is believed to be a certain kind of supernatural being. In the Elizabethan era, elves were associated with fairies and romance. They are often depicted as very small&hellip

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Books About Elephants

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Introduction: Elephants are large animals that belong to the Elephantaidae family. There are two species: the African elephant and the Asian elephant. The average life span of an Asian elephant is seventy years while the&hellip

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An Interview with Deborah Sheldon

Facts About Las Vegas

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Introduction: Las Vegas is a resort town famous for its twenty-four hour casinos and unlimited entertainment, including major sports events such as world title boxing fights. It has themed hotels that are set behind dancing&hellip

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Books About Chicago

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Introduction: Chicago is the third most populated city in the United States of America. Established in eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, this city experienced rapid growth in the Nineteenth Century. Chicago is now an international hub&hellip

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Books About Slavery

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Introduction: Slavery is the condition of being forced into bonded labor, without a properwage or work conditions. America was witness to such slavery before the Civil War in 1861, and a number of books were&hellip

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Books About Death

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Introduction: The permanent ending of vital processes or tissues. 1. Life After Life: by Raymond A Moody: Written by psychologist Raymond Moody in 1975, this book talks about the people the author interviewed who had&hellip

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Books About Autism

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Introduction: Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder characterized by difficulty in social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and repetitive behavior. The signs of autism are detected at birth. Quite a lot of authors have written about&hellip

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Books About Depression

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Introduction: Depression can lead to severe misery, dejection, despair and hopelessness. Most people go through some degree of depression. In more severe cases, people begin to feel unwanted and useless and even commit suicide. Numerous&hellip

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Books About Heaven

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Introduction: Heaven is described as the domicile of God—a place or state of existence of the holy after mortal life. It is a pleasant place brimming with happiness, and often portrayed as paradise. A lot&hellip

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