By Annie Barrows
The adventures of Ivy and Bean proceed within the newest installment from sequence creators Annie Barrows and Sophie Blackall. In Ivy and Bean guaranteed to Be undesirable the 2 ladies choose to be so solid and type and natural of inspiration that wild animals will befriend them. while this doesn't paintings, they come to a decision that maybe a bit badness might be strong.
By Miroslaw Szatkowski
The ebook Ontological Proofs this present day, except the advent, contains six elements. half II contains papers every one of which pertains both to ancient ontological arguments, or to a couple different, quite new, ontological arguments, yet what makes them stick out from the opposite papers during this quantity, is the truth that all of them deal with of the omniscience or the omnipotence of God. half III contains papers which introduce new ontological arguments for the lifestyles of God, with no pertaining to omniscience and omnipotence because the obvious attributes of God. the problem of the kind of necessity with which ontological proofs paintings or may go is raised within the articles of half IV. partly V the semantics for a few ontological proofs are outlined. half VI includes papers which, even supposing particularly diverse from one another by way of content material, all discover a few ontological matters, and formal ontology could be thought of the hyperlink among them. half VII contains articles, by means of R. E. Maydole and G. Oppy, at the same time arguable and assorted of their evaluate of a few ontological proofs.
By Mark L. Taper, Subhash R. Lele
Though the e-book makes use of ecology as an exemplary technological know-how, the interdisciplinary evaluate of using facts in empirical examine should be of curiosity to any reader engaged within the quantification and review of data.
By Albertus Frederik Johannes Klijn
This is often the second one version of a booklet released as in the past as 1962. The at the moment particularly younger Dr. A.F.J. Klijn was once pointed out within the university of W.C. van Unnik and G. Quispel, either in Utrecht. In his booklet in regards to the Acts of Thomas he attempted to illustrate that this paintings can't be reckoned one of the Gnostic writings yet belongs to the early Syriac or quite jap Christian culture. within the final a long time a lot has been written approximately Syriac Christianity, which made it essential to rewrite the unique creation of this publication. The statement has in general been left because it used to be, even supposing many additions were made to its nice variety of worthwhile references.
By Firdous Azim
During this challening booklet, Firdous Azim, presents a feminist critique of orthodox debts of the `rise of the radical' and exposes the underlying orientalist assumptions of the early English novel. while earlier reviews have emphasised the universality of the coherent and constant topic which came upon expression within the novels of the eighteenth century, Azim demonstrtes how convinced different types: ladies and other people of color, have been silenced and excluded. The Colonial upward push of the unconventional makes an incredible and provocative contribution to post-colonial and feminist feedback. it will likely be crucial interpreting for all lecturers and scholars of English literature, women's reports, and post-colonial feedback.
By Julian Hilton (eds.)
By Robert M. Lewis
Before phonographs and relocating photographs, dwell performances ruled American well known leisure. Carnivals, circuses, dioramas, magicians, mechanical marvels, musicians, and theatrical troupes―all visited rural fairgrounds, small-town opera homes, and big-city palaces round the kingdom, giving hundreds of thousands of individuals an get away from their daily lives for a dime or 1 / 4. In From touring exhibit to Vaudeville, Robert M. Lewis has assembled a striking choice of 19th- and early twentieth-century basic assets that rfile America's age of theatrical spectacle. In 8 components, Lewis explores, in flip, dime museums, minstrelsy, circuses, melodramas, burlesque exhibits, Wild West indicates, leisure parks, and vaudeville.
Included during this compendium are biographies, courses, ephemera produced via theatrical marketers to trap audiences to their indicates, images, scripts, and music lyrics in addition to newspaper debts, studies, and interviews with such figures as P. T. Barnum and Buffalo invoice Cody. Lewis additionally offers us recollections approximately and reactions to varied indicates by means of participants of audiences, together with such fashionable writers as Mark Twain, William Dean Howells, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Carl Sandburg, Walt Whitman, Louisa may perhaps Alcott, Charles Dickens, O. Henry, and Maxim Gorky. every one part additionally features a concise creation that areas the style of spectacle into its old and cultural context and indicates significant interpretive topics. The ebook closes with a bibliographic essay that identifies proper scholarly works.
Many of the items gathered right here haven't been released considering the fact that their first visual appeal, making From touring express to Vaudeville an necessary source for historians of pop culture, theater, and nineteenth-century American society.
By Melanie Watt
That cute little worrywart is again. And he's as scaredy as ever! In his most modern experience, Scaredy Squirrel units out to make the best pal. And as soon as he's noticed a wonderfully secure candidate (with no teeth), Scaredy's prepared. Armed with a reputation tag, mittens, a reflect and a lemon, he's ready to make the ideal First effect. yet simply while each element is below regulate, Scaredy's motion Plan takes a stunning -- and "toothy" -- flip. Will he continue to exist this ordeal? Will he locate his kindred spirit? Will he notice the genuine that means of friendship? learn Scaredy's nutty tale to determine ...
By S. Irfan Habib, Dhruv Raina
The essays during this quantity position the background of technological know-how in context, specially the style of heritage of technological know-how trained by way of Joseph Needham's ecumenical imaginative and prescient of technological know-how. The ebook offers a couple of questions that relate to modern matters of the historical past of sciences and multiculturalism.
By John Hope Franklin
Now to be had for the 1st time in paperback is exclusive historian John desire Franklin's eloquent and forceful meditation at the continual disparity among the objective of racial equality in the United States and the proof of discrimination. In a searing critique of Thomas Jefferson, Franklin indicates that this spokesman for democracy didn't comprise African americans between these "created equal." Franklin chronicles the occasions of the 19th century that solidified inequality in the US and indicates how emancipation dealt in simple terms with slavery, no longer with inequality,In the 20th century, the US ultimately faced the truth that equality is indivisible: it mustn't ever be divided in order that it's prolonged to a couple on the price of others. as soon as this indivisibility is permitted, Franklin fees, the USA faces the huge job of overcoming its lengthy history of inequality.Racial Equality in the United States is a robust reminder that our background is greater than a checklist of idealized democratic traditions and associations. it's a dramatic message to all Ameicans, calling them to grasp their historical past and themselves.