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Baroness Orczy's The Scarlet Pimpernel


Title : Baroness Orczy's The Scarlet Pimpernel
Author : Sally Dugan
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 314 pages
ISBN: 1317176162

Since its publication in 1905, The Scarlet Pimpernel has experienced global success, not only as a novel but in theatrical and film adaptations. Sally Dugan charts the history of Baroness Orczy's elusive hero, from the novel's origins through its continuing afterlife, including postmodern appropriations of the myth. Drawing on archival research in Britain, the United States and Australia, her study shows for the first time how Orczy's nationalistic superhero was originally conceived as an anarchist Pole plotting against Tsarist Russia, rather than a counter-revolutionary Englishman. Dugan explores the unique blend of anarchy, myth and magic that emerged from the story's astonishing and complex beginnings and analyses the enduring elements of the legend. To his creator, the Pimpernel was not simply a swashbuckling hero but an English gentleman spreading English values among benighted savages. Dugan investigates the mystery of why this imperialist crusader has not only survived the decline of the meta-narratives surrounding his birth, but also continues to enthrall a multinational audience. Offering readers insights into the Pimpernel's appearances in print, in film and on the stage, Dugan provides a nuanced picture of the trope of the Scarlet Pimpernel and an explanation of the phenomenon's durability.


Pimping the Welfare System


Title : Pimping the Welfare System
Author : Kerry C. Woodward
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total pages: 211 pages
ISBN: 0739168827

Pimping the System is an ethnographic study of two welfare offices that empowered welfare-reliant women by providing dominant economic, social, and cultural capital in ways that acknowledged and respected the types of capital participants already possessed. It highlights ways that policy makers and front-line workers can best assist welfare participants, and shows the potential for welfare programs to be sites of individual and community empowerment.


The Scarlet Pimpernel


Title : The Scarlet Pimpernel
Author : Baroness Emmuska Orczy Orczy
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Total pages: 211 pages
ISBN: 9780486421223

An irresistible blend of romance, intrigue, and suspense, this timeless historical adventure recalls the Reign of Terror following the French Revolution, when ruthless mobs ruled the streets of Paris and hundreds of royals were condemned to face the guillotine each day. The only hope of many was a courageous leader who spirited aristocrats across the Channel to England and safety. Known by the name of the wildflower he leaves as a calling card, the Pimpernel becomes the darling of the people and is particularly admired by Marguerite Blakeney, who scorns her foppish husband as ardently as she esteems this gallant hero.


Pimps, Wimps, Studs, Thugs and Gentlemen


Title : Pimps, Wimps, Studs, Thugs and Gentlemen
Author : Elwood Watson
Publisher: McFarland
Total pages: 318 pages
ISBN: 078645508X

"This collection of essays examines the multi-faceted media images of contemporary masculinity from a variety of perspectives and academic disciplines. The book's first half focuses on the issue of racialized masculinity and its various manifestations. Th


Pimping Fictions


Title : Pimping Fictions
Author : Justin Gifford
Publisher: Temple University Press
Total pages: 216 pages
ISBN: 9781439908112

"Lush sex and stark violence colored Black and served up raw by a great Negro writer," promised the cover of Run Man Run, Chester Himes' pioneering novel in the black crime fiction tradition. In Pimping Fictions, Justin Gifford provides a hard-boiled investigation of hundreds of pulpy paperbacks written by Himes, Donald Goines, and Iceberg Slim (aka Robert Beck), among many others. Gifford draws from an impressive array of archival materials to provide a first-of-its-kind literary and cultural history of this distinctive genre. He evaluates the artistic and symbolic representations of pimps, sex-workers, drug dealers, and political revolutionaries in African American crime literature-characters looking to escape the racial containment of prisons and the ghetto. Gifford also explores the struggles of these black writers in the literary marketplace, from the era of white-owned publishing houses like Holloway House-that fed books and magazines like Players to eager black readers-to the contemporary crop of African American women writers reclaiming the genre as their own.


Pimpin' Ain't No Illusion


Title : Pimpin' Ain't No Illusion
Author : Derrick Robinson
Publisher: ECKO House Publishing
Total pages: 334 pages
ISBN: 0578084996

He's young, he's street-smart. Fresh out and just touched down with one goal in mind ... and that's to overcome the game in a low-key space-age pimpin, new millennium way. This fictional world that's written in The Naked Soul of Mississippi Slim draws you into a secret society full of blind side crosses, scandalous women, and game-tight hustlers that live by the code of the underworld at all costs. Creating a stable of beautiful women is Slim's first order of business once he hits the A, and with only a few minor set backs he's soon on his way to a lavish lifestyle full of freaky lesbian sex, abundant drugs, and more money than one man could ever use. This fast-paced thriller full of non-stop deadly suspense takes you on a journey through a grimy world full of deceit and betrayal that spins faster and faster into a blur of game-tight pimps, formidable gangstas, perverted shenanigans, and political exploitation. From Atlanta to Memphis to Miami, Slim's a fabulous youth ranging throughout the south and portraying the tough characters of the underground culture. Slim's story surprises you again and again. He's riding high until reality cuts him like a knife, and the code he lives by becomes the code that does him in.


Pimping 2 Da Core


Title : Pimping 2 Da Core
Author : Adrian R. Keys
Publisher: Silent Ears and Mouths LLC
Total pages: 100 pages
ISBN: 0996182020

Words can build you up and also tear you down. I target the truth and expose the core of reality. You may never do the things I have done, but my goal is to educate many people about real life events and circumstances that occur in everyday life. I breathe pain. Physically and mentally incapable of defending myself at the age of 7; I was forced into fear. Some figure we all have a story to tell, but mine has an insight beyond just a story. Being a leader/alpha male in this game consists of you going against the grain and rebelling against other people’s traditional beliefs. Making a difference for the better can cause a ripple effect that can encourage adults and youth to maintain healthy lives as they continue to grow in unity. Use this book. It’s here to guide and keep you from making the same mistakes that I did.


Pimp Your Lesson!


Title : Pimp Your Lesson!
Author : Isabella Wallace,Leah Kirkman
Publisher: A&C Black
Total pages: 146 pages
ISBN: 0826496539


Pimpin' Ain't Easy


Title : Pimpin' Ain't Easy
Author : Beretta E. Smith-Shomade
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 210 pages
ISBN: 0415976782

Launched in 1980, cable network Black Entertainment Television (BET) has helped make blackness visible and profitable at levels never seen prior in the TV industry. In 2000, BET was sold by founder Robert L. Johnson, a former cable lobbyist, to media giant Viacom for 2.33 billion dollars. This book explores the legacy of BET: what the network has provided to the larger US television economy, and, more specifically, to its target African-American demographic. The book examines whether the company has fulfilled its stated goals and implied obligation to African-American communities. Has it changed the way African-Americans see themselves and the way others see them? Does the financial success of the network - secured in large part via the proliferation of images deemed offensive and problematic by many black communities - come at the expense of its African-American audience? This book fills a major gap in black television scholarship and should find a sizeable audience in both media studies and African-American studies.


A Pimp's Notes


Title : A Pimp's Notes
Author : Giorgio Faletti
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Total pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 1466820179

From a bestselling Italian author comes a sharply observed new mystery set in the seedy underworld of 1970s Milan Giorgio Faletti's first thriller, I Kill, took Europe by storm, selling over five million copies. The Corriere della Sera, Italy's leading newspaper, crowned him "the greatest Italian writer." In 2010, with the explosive publication of A Pimp's Notes, Faletti won international celebrity as a writer of world-class, tightly wound, psychologically nuanced thrillers. It's 1978. Italy has just been shocked by the kidnapping of the politician Aldo Moro by the left-leaning terrorist group the Red Brigades. In Milan, the upper class continues to amuse itself in luxury restaurants, underground clubs, and cabarets. This is Bravo's milieu. Enigmatic and cynical, Bravo makes his living catering to the tastes, fantasies, and fetishes of the wealthy and depraved. When the mysterious Carla enters his life, what begins as a clandestine romance quickly becomes a nightmare that will transform Bravo into a man wanted by the police, by organized crime, and even by the Red Brigades. As the web around him tightens, Bravo will be forced to confront the violence of the times in which he lives as well as his own connections to the political and criminal networks that control contemporary Italy.


Buckskin Pimpernel


Title : Buckskin Pimpernel
Author : Mary Beacock Fryer
Publisher: Dundurn
Total pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 0919670571

From his ?Loyalist Blockhouse” on Lake Champlain, Justus Sherwood sends out raiding parties to harass the rebels during the American Revolution.


The Pimp and the Preacher


Title : The Pimp and the Preacher
Author : Gerald C. Gibbs
Publisher: iUniverse
Total pages: 292 pages
ISBN: 0595350429

In the intriguing novel The Pimp and the Preacher, former hustler Clyde Robinson learns the inner secrets of pimping the church and vows to expose its devious ministers. After spending more than twenty years behind bars, Clyde Robinson, otherwise known as Pretty Boy, is being released from prison. When asked what he is going to do when he gets out, Clyde informs his fellow inmates that his plan is to go back to the only game he knows, running women a.k.a. "pimping". After much laughter, several inmates tell Clyde to update his game and get with the latest hustle. Clyde questions what that is and is told by another inmate that it is those five magical words that no one can contest, "I've been called to preach." After reading The Pimp and the Preacher, one may ask if this is just a scandalous novel or if it is possibly true. The real question is "Who's pimping who?"


Pimp


Title : Pimp
Author : Iceberg Slim
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 9781451617146

Before Hip Hop, there was the pimp. The book that brought black literature to the streets is back to show the Hip Hop generation what it’s all about, where they came from. By telling the story of one man’s struggles and triumphs in an underground world, this book shows the game doesn’t change - it just has a different swagger. Iceberg Slim's story is now depicted in a major motion picture distributed worldwide. Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp shows Slim's transformation from pimp to the author of 7 classic books. As real as you can get without jumping in, this is the story of Slim’s life as he saw, felt, tasted, and smelled it. Only he could tell this story and make the reader feel it. If you thought Hustle & Flow was the true pimp story, this book is where it all began. This is the heyday of the pimp, the hard-won pride and glory, small though it may be; the beginnings of pimp before it was dragged in front of the camera, before pimp juice and pimp style. A trip through hell by one man who lived to tell the tale. The dangers of jail, addiction and death that are still all too familiar for today’s black community. Though it is a tale of his times, it will remain current and true for as long as there is a race bias, as long as there is a street life, as long as there is exploitation.


Pimpin' Ain't Easy


Title : Pimpin' Ain't Easy
Author : Beretta E. Smith-Shomade
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 232 pages
ISBN: 1135869480

Launched in 1980, cable network Black Entertainment Television (BET) has helped make blackness visible and profitable at levels never seen prior in the TV industry. In 2000, BET was sold by founder Robert L. Johnson, a former cable lobbyist, to media giant Viacom for 2.33 billion dollars. This book explores the legacy of BET: what the network has provided to the larger US television economy, and, more specifically, to its target African-American demographic. The book examines whether the company has fulfilled its stated goals and implied obligation to African-American communities. Has it changed the way African-Americans see themselves and the way others see them? Does the financial success of the network - secured in large part via the proliferation of images deemed offensive and problematic by many black communities - come at the expense of its African-American audience? This book fills a major gap in black television scholarship and should find a sizeable audience in both media studies and African-American studies.


"PIMP: Reflection of my Life "


Title : "PIMP: Reflection of my Life "
Author : Noble Dee
Publisher: Author House
Total pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 1477279326

In our society today, although used out their original contexts, the words “Pimp” and “Pimpin” have been embraced whole-heartedly by today’s hip hop generation and frequently used in slang to describe a motif of a newly set standard of flamboyant living. However, in his debut release, Donald Ray Lavan (AKA Noble Dee) provides the true definition of both words, separating the real and the facts from the façade and the fiction of today’s controversial terminology. Best of all, he describes in very minute details, what the Game (Pimpin’) was like for him in his era... the 1960’s to Y2K (The New Millienium). In this tell all non-fiction: Noble Dee illustrates, in a very blaxploitation manner...his personal existence in the game. Not only does he exploit his successes, he also exposes the very grim details of the life; both in tones whereas you the reader... bask in his glory, and share his pains; the pain of possibly regret in the life that he cherished for almost four calendar decades. Wholeheartedly, Noble Dee expresses how his own glorification of the game, indirectly allured his first born daughter into a position to be manipulated and exploited by pimps, just as he had manipulated and exploited so many daughters throughout his 35 years plus career. Not since Robert Beck revealed to the masses the vivid street Realities of a Pimp’s Life in his book “Pimp: The Story of My Life” By Iceberg Slim has the entrenching truth behind the lifestyle-termed pimpin’ been exposed to this degree. Thus, the primary title... “Pimp:...Reflections of My Life”. www.JumpInterstateN.biz


Pimp


Title : Pimp
Author : Noble Dee
Publisher:
Total pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 9781477271261

In our society today, although used out their original contexts, the words "Pimp" and "Pimpin" have been embraced whole-heartedly by today's hip hop generation and frequently used in slang to describe a motif of a newly set standard of flamboyant living. However, in his debut release, Donald Ray Lavan (AKA Noble Dee) provides the true definition of both words, separating the real and the facts from the facade and the fiction of today's controversial terminology. Best of all, he describes in very minute details, what the Game (Pimpin') was like for him in his era... the 1960's to Y2K (The New Millienium). In this tell all non-fiction: Noble Dee illustrates, in a very blaxploitation manner...his personal existence in the game. Not only does he exploit his successes, he also exposes the very grim details of the life; both in tones whereas you the reader... bask in his glory, and share his pains; the pain of possibly regret in the life that he cherished for almost four calendar decades. Wholeheartedly, Noble Dee expresses how his own glorification of the game, indirectly allured his first born daughter into a position to be manipulated and exploited by pimps, just as he had manipulated and exploited so many daughters throughout his 35 years plus career. Not since Robert Beck revealed to the masses the vivid street Realities of a Pimp's Life in his book "Pimp: The Story of My Life" By Iceberg Slim has the entrenching truth behind the lifestyle-termed pimpin' been exposed to this degree. Thus, the primary title... "Pimp: ...Reflections of My Life." www.JumpInterstateN.biz


When You Care About Someone Being Pimped


Title : When You Care About Someone Being Pimped
Author : Jody Williams
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 1329983777

What to do when you are a parent, guardian, of someone who is being pimped, or trafficked, or otherwise being led or coerced into the sex industry, and you are trying to figure out how to get them out/away of this whole situation is the purpose of this book. I've had cases where they went on that simple first date only to not be heard from again. This book gives you tools on how to prevent this, as well as where to start once you feel these pimps or traffickers have locked onto your son or daughter, to help them break free and also recover. This book was written by the founder of Sex Workers Anonymous. SWA is the oldest, and largest, group of survivors and ex-sex workers in the world. The hotline has answered over 500,000 calls to date.


Pimpin' Ain't Easy


Title : Pimpin' Ain't Easy
Author : Beretta E. Smith-Shomade
Publisher: Taylor & Francis US
Total pages: 210 pages
ISBN: 9780415976794

Launched in 1980, cable network Black Entertainment Television (BET) has helped make blackness visible and profitable at levels never seen prior in the TV industry. In 2000, BET was sold by founder Robert L. Johnson, a former cable lobbyist, to media giant Viacom for 2.33 billion dollars. This book explores the legacy of BET: what the network has provided to the larger US television economy, and, more specifically, to its target African-American demographic. The book examines whether the company has fulfilled its stated goals and implied obligation to African-American communities. Has it changed the way African-Americans see themselves and the way others see them? Does the financial success of the network - secured in large part via the proliferation of images deemed offensive and problematic by many black communities - come at the expense of its African-American audience? This book fills a major gap in black television scholarship and should find a sizeable audience in both media studies and African-American studies.


Pimp My Site


Title : Pimp My Site
Author : Paula Wynne
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Total pages: 256 pages
ISBN: 0857082515

A complete course in do-it-yourself digital marketing in 14 bite-sized lessons The global recession has sent tens of millions scrambling for alternative employment opportunities, and a great many of them have taken the leap into becoming their own bosses. As a result there is a crying need among small business startups, entrepreneurs, and independents working on a shoestring for expert guidance on marketing themselves and their businesses online. Pimp My Site fills that void. It is a complete, do-it-yourself toolkit structured as a fourteen-day course. Rather than fry readers' circuits with a lot of jargon-heavy technical descriptions, Paula Wynne, a successful publicist, marketer and award-winning online entrepreneur, takes a show-and-tell approach. Her step-by-step descriptions are concise and in plain English, and each step is illustrated with vivid screenshots and illustrations, making the coverage eminently digestible, even for complete novices. From keywords and YouTube to search marketing and optimization, Pimp My Site, offers much for beginners and advanced users alike. Notable experts describe, in their own words, quick, easy techniques for driving traffic to your site and achieving online success An excellent do-it-yourself resource for complete beginners as well as experienced users looking to plug a few holes in their online marketing know-how Provides practical coverage of all important trends and technologies, including optimization, search marketing, social media, YouTube, keywords, email marketing, and more


How to Be a Pimp Or a Different Kind of Entrepreneur and It Wasn't Me!


Title : How to Be a Pimp Or a Different Kind of Entrepreneur and It Wasn't Me!
Author : Vassos Demetriou
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 1456890662