Better to be Feared:Jail Life in the Raw Sean Bridges
Fear or Be Feared: Fantasies: John Walters
Ezra and Nehemiah the Men Who Feared God: Godsword Godswill Onu
Where God´s Angels Feared To Tread: Ray Bordogna
Can Witchcraft be seen merely as a Manifestation of a Society that feared ´Marginal´ Women?:1. Auflage Marion Luger
Nationalists Who Feared the Nation:Adriatic Multi-Nationalism in Habsburg Dalmatia Trieste and Venice Dominique Kirchner Reill
Feared (Rosato & DiNunzio 6): Lisa Scottoline
Lucretius was born in 99 BC, and On the Nature of Things is his only surviving work. His aim was to free the Roman world from its two great terrors - the gods and death. Lucretius argues that the gods are not actively involved in life, so need not be appeased; and that death is the end of everything human - body and soul - and therefore should not be feared. But On the Nature of Things is also a poem of striking imagery, intimate natural observation and touching pathos. It is one of the most influential writings in Western thought.