Louise Beecher Chancellor (1871-1908) wrote this story of a few days of romance in William Shakespeare's life, bringing "the dark lady" to life and explaining some of the sonnets in an ingenious way.
This book brings together the joint work of Drew Fudenberg and David Levine (through 2008) on the closely connected topics of repeated games and reputation effects, along with related papers on more general issues in game theory and dynamic games. The unified presentation highlights the recurring themes of their work.
Menage RomanceEmily is excited when she finally gets to interview the star athlete of her college's hockey team. She is a sports writer for the school newspaper and this is her dream come true. While interviewing Matt in the locker room, he shows her more than she had assumed that she would seen. He's hot, flirty, and accidently drops his towel. Then he invites her to dinner. She accepts, but is shocked when she shows up and there's another guy with Matt. It's Jim, another hockey player on the team. Before long dinner turns into desert, and the two men entice her to try a new course. The two men show Emily what it's like to be part of team in the most exotic way possible and in the most interesting location. Content suitable for mature readers, contains sexual content and harsh language.