Chronicle Of The Pulitzer Prizes For Biography

Author: Erika J. Fischer
Publisher: K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Company
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Volume 20 of the series describes the development of the award for Biographies and Autobiographies from 1917 through 2006. In addition, the complete jury reports from this period are reprinted by facsimile. So it can be documented how the annual deliberations went until a winner was selected. Among the prize-winners were John F. Kennedy before his presidency, the diplomat George F. Kennan or the aviator Charles Lindbergh.

Vol 2 Lightworkers World Elite 300 Psychics Mediums And Lightworkers You Can Fully Trust

Author: Maximillien De Lafayette
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1329157818
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Vol. 2: LIGHTWORKERS WORLD ELITE: 300 Psychics, Mediums and Lightworkers You Can Fully Trust. On the cover, the pioneers: Francois Charles Rambert, Francoise Desbouches, Vickie Gay, Dr. Linda Salvin, Jennifer Wallens, Rev. Deborah Bishop. Published by Times Square Press, New York. Volume 1 from a set of 4 volumes (Approx. 1,100 pages). LIGHTWORKERS WORLD ELITE: 300 Psychics, Mediums and Lightworkers You Can Fully Trust. The world's largest, most comprehensive and authoritative book ever published! Don't spend a nickel on any psychic, medium, healer, astrologer, or lightworker before you read this book. Simply put this set of 4 volumes is your perfect guide to find honest, caring, seasoned and bona fide practitioners in the United States and around the world. Keep it handy.

Chronicle Of The Pulitzer Prizes For Drama

Author: Heinz-D. Fischer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3598441207
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This supplement volume documents the complete history of the development of the awards in the category drama. The presentation is mainly based on primary sources from the Pulitzer Prize Office at the New York Columbia University. The most important sources are the confidential jury protocols, reproduced completely as facsimiles for the first time in this volume, and providing detailed information about each year's evaluation process.

The Kingdom Of The Occult

Author: Walter Martin
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 1418589837
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The Kingdom of the Occult delivers the timely followup to Dr. Martin's best-selling The Kingdom of the Cults This book takes Dr. Walter Martin's comprehensive knowledge and his dynamic teaching style and forges a strong weapon against the world of the Occult-a weapon of the same scope and power as his phenomenal thirty-five year bestseller, The Kingdom of the Cults (over 875,000 sold). Chapters include: Witchcraft and Wicca, Satanism, Pagan Religions, Tools of the Occult, Demon Possession and Exorcism, Spiritual Warfare, etc. Features include: Each chapter contains: Quick Facts; History; Case Studies; Theology; Resources

Fiction And Art

Author: Ananta Ch. Sukla
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472575067
Size: 70.23 MB
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The nature of fiction has long been debated across the humanities, and is of considerable importance for philosophical aesthetics, literary theory, narratology and the history of ideas. This volume offers something entirely new: a selection of multidisciplinary perspectives on fiction written by an international team of contributors at the forefront of their fields, providing a spectrum of approaches to compare and contrast. This volume, divided between historical, cognitive, aesthetic and non-western approaches, targets a wide range of topics, including mathematics, history, religion and metaphysics. This is a seminal volume on one of the most important topics in the humanities.

The Hundred Year Lie

Author: Randall Fitzgerald
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780452288393
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A critical exposé of the health consequences of everyday chemicals contends that human beings are now one of the most polluted species on the planet, linking common products to key health issues while challenging safety reports being issued by top chemical, pharmaceutical, and processed food companies. Reprint.

Seeing Ghosts Through God S Eyes

Author: Mark Hunnemann
Publisher: Aviva Pub
ISBN: 9781935586227
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"Seeing Ghosts through God's Eyes" documents the explosive rise of interest in ghosts, and how this is affecting tens of millions of Americans concept of spirituality. Despite the fact that ghosts have become ensconced in our culture and contributed to the change in the spiritual landscape in the last few years, the church and media have taken a dismissive posture towards this issue. But the main focus of the book is to answer the question: do ghosts exist? Science,logic,and a biblical worldview are used to analyze this question-a unique methodology is employed which unearths evidence and issues never before discussed. Comprehensive and compelling new paranormal and scientific evidence that answers beyond a reasonable doubt the question of whether ghosts exist. The author proposes an empirically verifiable hypothesis which would PROVE his perspective on ghosts. Lastly, titanic issues are at stake in this debate.

Reading Illustrated Fiction In Late Imperial China

Author: Robert E. Hegel
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804730020
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This work explores significant physical aspects of the printed book in late imperial China to reconstruct the changing assumptions with which Chinese popular novels were originally read from the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries. It focuses on the previously neglected areas of book format, varieties of illustrations and their significance, and the theory and practice of reading illustrated narratives. The author first considers the physical book itself, as a vehicle for reading and as an object for visual enjoyment, tracing the development of the format commonly used for popular reading materials, the blockprinted book in sewn volumes with illustrations. He describes the technological progress that made book production efficient and economical by the middle of the sixteenth century, and makes extensive comparisons between the physical characteristics of novels and books of more artistically refined content. The focus of the study then shifts to the illustrations that accompanied virtually all printed materials during the period when popular fiction became common. They are found to consist of a range of conventional elements that are related to images in more refined arts, such as the paintings of the literati and the decorations produced by commercial artists. Close parallels in both content and pictorial motifs between these various levels of painting and book illustrations suggest a continuum of the arts on which the pictures in mass-produced fiction initially held a respectable position. The final chapters assert, from a theoretical perspective, the function of illustrations in narratives as a guide or a hindrance to reading. The author demonstrates the correspondencebetween the later decline of fiction illustrations and the growth in reading audiences, explaining this connection as a function of flagging interest in pictures -- which often interfere with, rather than promote, the visualization so essential to reading for pleasure in other cultures as well. Throughout, the author incorporates findings from the history of technology, new explorations in the development of commerce in cultural objects, recent research on the commercial arts, and the latest theories of reading for pleasure to situate -- and explain -- the numerous changes in popular literary trends during the last several centuries of imperial Chinese rule.