After being exposed on national television while turning wolf, Kitty heads to the mountains of Colorado to pen her memoirs and get some much needed R and R. But this is Kitty, so trouble is never far behind, and instead of Walden Pond, she gets Evil Dead. Allowed HTML Tags
First someone leaves grotesque animal sacrifices on her front porch to curse her, then werewolf hunter Cormac shows up with an injured Ben O'Farrell, Kitty's lawyer, slung over his shoulder. Two hotties and one Kitty in a single-room cabin - can the situation get more tense? When a wolf-life creature with glowing red eyes starts niffing around the cabin, Kitty wonders if any of them will get out of these woods alive.
"Gender and Community Under British Colonialism" is a study of continuity and change in village communities in the New Territories of Hong Kong, China. Through an in-depth case study of An He village in the New Territories, this book examines the fast-changing features of community life during the British colonial era. It highlights the "realpolitik" collusion between British colonizers and village patriarchy, the intra-village power structures and relations, as well as the agency of Chinese women in shaping the social and political order of local society. Drawing on a wide range of primary and secondary materials, this study examines the gender dynamics of Chinese village society from an interdisciplinary perspective. The findings and analysis of this work will be of interest to anyone interested in colonialism, gender relations, village societies, and state-society relations in modern China.
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