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As a cultural critic, biographer, essayist, and novelist, Albert Murray has had a wide-ranging and profound influence on American art in the decades since the Second World War.
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The Poetry Lesson is a book in this mode: it begins as a rendition of Codrescu teaching a poetry seminar, assigning each of his students a poet to be their "ghost companion" (a poet, living or dead, to read, argue with, and turn to in crisis).Reviews: 8.
This collection of interviews reveals the intellectual and creative life of one of America's contemporary masters of fiction writing. In spanning his richly productive career, they convey a sense of his continuity and of his growth as a novelist. Roth has said that one of his goals is to reconcile "experience that I am strongly attached to be temperament and training--the 5/5(1).
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About the Author. Raymond was the author of many widely-used books of prayer and devotion including Leading Intercessions, Hear Our Prayer, and A Pastoral Prayer Book.
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An easy-to-read, easy-to-understand guide on the real-life experiences of black people in the 21st century, Black Stats shows racial discrimination in the form of facts and figures.A critical look Author: Sadie Trombetta.
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At a public sale, there was a book which Lessing was very desirous of possessing. He gave three of his friends at different times a commission to buy it at any price.
They accordingly bid against each other till they had got as far as ninety crowns, there having been no other bidder after it had reached ten crowns. "This is not only a new philology but a new American linguistic philology Becker's harvest over a lifetime will be widely welcomed and respected." -Paul Friedrich, University of Chicago " a book of extraordinary quality and importance." -James Boyd White, University of Michigan How does Ralph Waldo Emerson sound in Kawi.
In this collection of essays A. Becker develops. What's the best that's been thought and said about creativity in literature, and by extension in the arts more broadly. To answer that question-and the many others that it leads to-you'll follow "the great conversation" between philosophy and the literary arts down the millennia, from Plato and Aristotle through a host of brilliant writers all the way to our present day.
This collection of short stories, and reminiscences about what libraries mean to various people, is both an enjoyable read and an important reminder of how library services are being eroded.
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This book is often termed as a gay male epic. This book is magnificent. Like People in History covers the s, the s, the s, the s and the very beginning of the s, probably the most significant and crucial years in the history of gay movement.
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Cézanne and the Modern The volume opens with Henry Pearlman’s “Reminiscences of a Collector,” a fascinating first-person narrative, newly annotated to identify key individuals and dates mentioned in the text. An essay by art historian Rachael Z.
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These anecdotes provide important historical evidence, first, for the ways bishops and their congregations manipulated traditions about the development of the early Church, and second, for the contemporary functions and meanings of the cults of saints .