By Susan Mallery
Welcome to Fool's Gold, California, a captivating neighborhood within the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. There's plenty to do and lots of humans to fulfill, specially ladies. simply because there's only one tiny challenge in Fool's Gold: the boys don't appear to stick round. might be it's the trap of big-city existence, or perhaps it's undeniable previous undesirable good fortune, yet whatever the cause, the matter needs to be fastened, speedy. And Charity Jones could be simply the town planner to do it.
Charity's nomadic formative years has left her itching to cool down, and he or she instantly falls in love with the entire storybook city has to offer--everything, that's, other than its sexiest and most famed resident, former world-class bike owner Josh Golden. along with her lengthy checklist of romantic failures, she's now not approximately to take an opportunity on one other undesirable boy, whether everybody else thinks he's ideal simply the best way he's. yet possibly that's simply what he needs--someone who is familiar with the worth of his flaws. an individual who is aware that he's simply chasing excellent.
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In her edition of Paix, Charity Cannon Willard identified Christine’s debt to Latini but only had access to the edition of P. Chabaille, Li Livres dou Tresor (Paris: Imprimerie impériale, 1863). This used a different system of numbering from that employed by Francis J. Carmody in his edition, Li Livres dou Trésor de Brunetto Latini (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1948), and retained in a subsequent edition, Li Livres dou Tresor, ed. Spurgeon Baldwin and Paul Barrette (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2003).
Carmody in his edition, Li Livres dou Trésor de Brunetto Latini (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1948), and retained in a subsequent edition, Li Livres dou Tresor, ed. Spurgeon Baldwin and Paul Barrette (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2003). Barrette and Baldwin had earlier translated the work as Brunetto Latini, The Book of the Treasure (Li Livres dou Tresor) (New York: Garland, 1993). Unfortunately, neither their translation nor their edition identifies the sources used by Latini or provides a detailed index, making the Carmody edition still invaluable for research into Latini’s sources and Christine’s dependence on them.
That she is very interested in both the Ethics and Politics of Aristotle is evident, not just from her obvious familiarity with Oresme’s translation of these works, but from her citation of Latin phrases found in them. She also frequently quotes and comments on the Ethics in her text. Yet, while she was also evidently familiar with the Politics (not a work known to Brunetto Latini), only some of the Latin quotations that she identifies as coming from this work actually occur in it. 11 She is nonetheless fully capable of reading, digesting, and commenting on the significance of extracts from such compilations that strike her as particularly important.
Chasing Perfect (Fool's Gold, Book 1) by Susan Mallery