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Grey Eminence by Aldous Huxley

Title Grey Eminence
Author Aldous Huxley
Publisher Random House
Release 2010-10-31
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1407065610
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A gripping biography by the author of Brave New World The life of Father Joseph, Cardinal Richelieu's aide, was a shocking paradox. After spending his days directing operations on the battlefield, Father Joseph would pass the night in prayer, or in composing spiritual guidance for the nuns in his care. He was an aspirant to sainthood and a practising mystic, yet his ruthless exercise of power succeeded in prolonging the unspeakable horrors of the Thirty Years' War. In his masterful biography, Huxley explores how an intensely religious man could lead such a life and how he reconciled the seemingly opposing moral systems of religion and politics.

Project Management by Bjarne Kousholt

Title Project Management
Author Bjarne Kousholt
Publisher Nyt Teknisk Forlag
Release 2007
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9788757126037
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Six Modern Authors and Problems of Belief
Author Patrick Grant
Publisher Springer
Release 1979-06-17
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 175
ISBN 1349046159
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Transactions by Gaelic Society of Inverness

Title Transactions
Author Gaelic Society of Inverness
Publisher
Release 1895
Category Gaelic philology
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Devils by Darren Arnold

Title The Devils
Author Darren Arnold
Publisher Liverpool University Press
Release 2019-06-25
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 119
ISBN 1800347227
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Undoubtedly the most notorious title in director Ken Russell’s controversial filmography, The Devils (1973) caused a real furor on its initial theatrical release, only to largely disappear for many years. This Devil’s Advocate considers the film’s historical context, as the timing of the first appearance of The Devils is of particular importance, its authorship and adaptation (Russell’s auteur reputation aside, the screenplay is based on John Whiting’s 1961 play of the same name, which was in turn based on Aldous Huxley’s 1952 book The Devils of Loudun), and its generic hybridity. Darren Arnold goes on to examine the themes prevalent in the film—this is the only film of Russell’s which the director considered to be political—and considers the representation of gender and sexuality, gender fluidity, and how sex and religion clash to interesting and controversial effect. He concludes by revisiting the film’s censorship travails and the various versions of The Devils that have appeared on both big and small screens, and the film’s legacy and influence.

Eisenhower by Louis Galambos

Title Eisenhower
Author Louis Galambos
Publisher Johns Hopkins University Press
Release 2020-08-04
Category History
Total Pages 296
ISBN 1421439263
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Destined to be the best short biography of the thirty-fourth president of the United States, Eisenhower conclusively demonstrates how and why this master of the middle way became the successful leader of the free world.

Wonderful Winding Words by François Pialat

Title Wonderful Winding Words
Author François Pialat
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2011-08-23
Category Education
Total Pages 206
ISBN 9781456789237
Language English, Spanish, and French
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WONDERFUL WINDING WORDS Touring in four languages (Chinese, English, French, German) From Franois PIALAT Welcome to this phrase-book in 4 languages (Chinese, English, French and German) which let us discovers fluent words and expressions from our daily life. We are at the crossing of Asian and European civilisations which intermingle with each others. Each civilisation shows its spirit according to its experience. A flow of ideas carries away the reader, awaking his perception. Funny, baffling, picturesque, echoingA colour, a fragrance, a scent beyond the words gives them their own sensibility. The hundred words chosen by the writer during his peregrinations and recollections are enriching our knowledge on our own vocabulary and the one of our neighbours from here and abroad. We discover an unusual Anglo-Saxon world and the Far East is bringing its exotic touch. Each word may have a special resonance in the imaginary or in the reality. Short, a clever book to learn while amusing oneself, confirming the maxim: Truth in the Pyrenees, mistake beyond. After having studied in Bournemouth, England, Tbingen and Bochum, Germany, the French author discovers ethnology with the hill tribes of the Golden Triangle, Thailand. His passion for Asia leads him to study Asian languages and civilisations.

Title Image and Ideology in Modern Postmodern Discourse
Author David B. Downing
Publisher SUNY Press
Release 1991-01-01
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 349
ISBN 9780791407158
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book addresses the function and status of the visual and verbal image as it relates to social, political, and ideological issues. The authors first articulate some of the lost connections between image and ideology, then locate their argument within the modernist/postmodernist debates. The book addresses the multiple, trans-disciplinary problems arising from the ways cultures, authors, and texts mobilize particular images in order to confront, conceal, work through, or resolve contradictory ideological conditions.

Faux Pas by Bloomsbury Publishing

Title Faux Pas
Author Bloomsbury Publishing
Publisher A&C Black
Release 2005-10-31
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 340
ISBN 1408150107
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If you have ever been bamboozled by the use of a foreign word or phrase, or simply want to spice up your vocabulary with some well-chosen bons mots, then this is the book for you. Thousands of foreign words and phrases have been absorbed into the language and are currently used in English, from the everyday (macho, tete-a-tete, spaghetti) to the relatively obscure (ultra vires, auto-da-fe). Faux Pas focuses on familiar terms and expressions as well as those that are new, curious or amusing. Each expression is 'translated', with an indication of its language of origin and pronunciation, a comment on its usefulness and a Pretentiousness Index.

The American Isherwood by James J. Berg

Title The American Isherwood
Author James J. Berg
Publisher U of Minnesota Press
Release 2015-01-08
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1452943370
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Novelist, memoirist, diarist, and gay pioneer Christopher Isherwood left a wealth of writings. Known for his crisp style and his camera-like precision with detail, Isherwood gained fame for his Berlin Stories, which served as source material for the hit stage musical and Academy Award–winning film Cabaret. More recently, his experiences and career in the United States have received increased attention. His novel A Single Man was adapted into an Oscar-nominated film; his long relationship with the artist Don Bachardy, with whom he shared an openly gay lifestyle, was the subject of an award-winning documentary, Chris & Don: A Love Story; and his memoir, Christopher and His Kind, was adapted for the BBC. Isherwood’s colorful journeys took him from post–World War I England to Weimar Germany to European exile to Golden Age Hollywood to Los Angeles in the full flower of gay liberation. After the publication of his diaries, which run to more than one million words and span nearly a half century, it is possible to fully assess his influence. This collection of essays considers Isherwood’s diaries, his vast personal archive, and his published works and offers a multifaceted appreciation of a writer who spent more than half of his life in southern California. James J. Berg and Chris Freeman have brought together the most informative scholarship of the twenty-first century to illuminate the craft of one of the singular figures of the twentieth century. Isherwood, the American, emerges from the shadow of his English reputation to stake his claim as a significant force in late twentieth-century American culture whose legacy continues in the twenty-first century. Contributors: Joshua Adair, Murray State U; Jamie Carr, Niagara U; Robert L. Caserio, Pennsylvania State U; Niladri Chatterjee, U of Kalyani, India; Lisa Colletta, American U of Rome; Lois Cucullu, U of Minnesota; Mario Faraone; Peter Edgerly Firchow; Rebecca Gordon Stewart; William R. Handley, U of Southern California; Jaime Harker, U of Mississippi; Sara S. Hodson, Huntington Library; Carola M. Kaplan, California State U, Pomona; Benjamin Kohlmann, U of Freiburg, Germany; Victor Marsh, U of Queensland; Tina Mascara; Stephen McCauley; Paul M. McNeil, Columbia U; Guido Santi, College of the Canyons, California; Kyle Stevens, Brandeis U.

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