Dispatches From The Revolution

📒Dispatches From The Revolution ✍ Morgan Philips Price

✏Book Title : Dispatches from the Revolution
✏Author : Morgan Philips Price
✏Publisher : Duke University Press
✏Release Date : 1998
✏Pages : 181
✏ISBN : 0822320738
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Dispatches from the Revolution Book Summary : A previously unpublished first-hand account of the momentous events before, during, and after the Russian Revolution by one of the 20th centuries greatest journalists.

✏Book Title : Audience Revolution Dispatches from the Field
✏Author : Caridad Svich
✏Publisher : Theatre Communications Group
✏Release Date : 2016-07-04
✏Pages : 200
✏ISBN : 9781559368643
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Audience Revolution Dispatches from the Field Book Summary : A collection of thoughtful and provocative reflections on how theatre practitioners think about and engage with audiences, as well as define and explore sites for performance. Through shared experience and ritual, live performance functions as a catalytic medium for progress and evolution. In the hands of artists and audience, the stage is set for the re-makings of commonwealth, or necessary revolution. Caridad Svich received a 2012 OBIE Award for Lifetime Achievement in the theater, a 2012 Edgerton Foundation New Play Award for GUAPA, and the 2011 American Theatre Critics Association Primus Prize for her play The House of the Spirits, based on the Isabel Allende novel.

✏Book Title : French Consular Dispatches on the Philippine Revolution
✏Author : Ma. Luisa T. Camagay
✏Publisher : University of the Phillipines Press
✏Release Date : 1997
✏Pages : 207
✏ISBN : 9715421725
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏French Consular Dispatches on the Philippine Revolution Book Summary : This volume contains translations of selected dispatches of the French consuls assigned to the Philippines during the Philippine Revolution. The dispatches span the period 1896-1901. They provide a firsthand account of the dynamics prevailing then among Filipinos, Spaniards and Americans.

📒Defining Moments ✍ Peter Charles Newman

✏Book Title : Defining Moments
✏Author : Peter Charles Newman
✏Publisher : Viking Books
✏Release Date : 1997-01-01
✏Pages : 265
✏ISBN : UOM:39015045679274
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Defining Moments Book Summary : Dispatches from an unfinished Revolution.

✏Book Title : The Revolution will be Digitised
✏Author : Heather Brooke
✏Publisher : Random House
✏Release Date : 2011-08-18
✏Pages : 272
✏ISBN : 9781446473283
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Revolution will be Digitised Book Summary : There is more information in the world than ever before - but who's in control? At the centre sits the Establishment: governments, corporations and powerful individuals who have more knowledge about us, and more power, than ever before. Circling them is a new generation of hackers, pro-democracy campaigners and internet activists who no longer accept that the Establishment should run the show. Award-winning journalist and campaigner Heather Brooke takes us inside the Information War and explores the most urgent questions of the digital age: where is the balance between freedom and security? In an online world, does privacy still exist? And will the internet empower individuals, or usher in a new age of censorship, surveillance and oppression?

✏Book Title : SHADOW OF DEMOCRACY Dispatches from Russia 1905 Revolution by Harold Williams
✏Author : j.m. gallanar
✏Publisher : Lulu.com
✏Release Date : 2012-11-01
✏Pages : 500
✏ISBN : 9781300363569
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏SHADOW OF DEMOCRACY Dispatches from Russia 1905 Revolution by Harold Williams Book Summary : These are selected dispatches by the journalist Harold Williams published in the Manchester Guardian from late 1904 to the convening of the first Duma in April 1906. Williams provides a lengthy and vivid description of the events of this revolution. His analysis in many ways anticipates the interpretation of recent historians of this event.

📒Rewilding The World ✍ Caroline Fraser

✏Book Title : Rewilding the World
✏Author : Caroline Fraser
✏Publisher : Picador
✏Release Date : 2010-11-23
✏Pages : 416
✏ISBN : 031265541X
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Rewilding the World Book Summary : A Library Journal Best Sci-Tech Book of the Year If environmental destruction continues at its current rate, a third of all plants and animals could disappear by 2050-along with earth's life-support ecosystems, which provide food, water, medicine, and natural defenses against climate change. Now Caroline Fraser offers the first definitive account of a visionary crusade to confront this crisis: rewilding. Breathtaking in scope and ambition, rewilding aims to save species by restoring habitats, reviving migration corridors, and brokering peace between people and predators. A "methodical, lyrical" (Sacramento News & Review) story of scientific discovery and grassroots action, Rewilding the World offers hope for a richer, wilder future.

✏Book Title : The Haitian Revolution 1789 1804
✏Author : Thomas O. Ott
✏Publisher : Univ. of Tennessee Press
✏Release Date : 1973
✏Pages : 232
✏ISBN : 0870495453
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Haitian Revolution 1789 1804 Book Summary :

✏Book Title : Dispatches for the New York Tribune
✏Author : Karl Marx
✏Publisher : Penguin Classics
✏Release Date : 2007
✏Pages : 322
✏ISBN : UOM:39015070743771
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Dispatches for the New York Tribune Book Summary : Presents a collection of articles documenting Marx's views of such topics as social inequality, the slave and opium trades, and the British rule in India.

📒Margaret Fuller Wandering Pilgrim ✍ Meg McGavran Murray

✏Book Title : Margaret Fuller Wandering Pilgrim
✏Author : Meg McGavran Murray
✏Publisher : University of Georgia Press
✏Release Date : 2012-07-01
✏Pages : 552
✏ISBN : 9780820343358
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Margaret Fuller Wandering Pilgrim Book Summary : “How is it that I seem to be this Margaret Fuller,” the pioneering feminist, journalist, and political revolutionary asked herself as a child. “What does it mean?” Filled with new insights into the causes and consequences of Fuller’s lifelong psychic conflict, this biography chronicles the journey of an American Romantic pilgrim as she wanders from New England into the larger world--and then back home under circumstances that Fuller herself likened to those of both the prodigal child of the Bible and Oedipus of Greek mythology. Meg McGavran Murray discusses Fuller’s Puritan ancestry, her life as the precocious child of a preoccupied, grieving mother and of a tyrannical father who took over her upbringing, her escape from her loveless home into books, and the unorthodox--and influential--male and female role models to which her reading exposed her. Murray also covers Fuller’s authorship of Woman in the Nineteenth Century, her career as a New-York Tribune journalist first in New York and later in Rome, her pregnancy out of wedlock, her witness of the fall of Rome in 1849 during the Roman Revolution, and her return to the land of her birth, where she knew she would be received as an outcast. Other biographies call Fuller a Romantic. Margaret Fuller, Wandering Pilgrim illustrates how Fuller internalized the lives of the heroes and heroines in the ancient and modern Romantic literature that she had read as a child and adolescent, as well as how she used her Romantic imagination to broaden women’s roles in Woman in the Nineteenth Century, even as she wandered the earth in search of a home.