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📒When Will I Sleep Through The Night ✍ Eleanor Birne
✏When Will I Sleep Through the Night Book Summary : You are having a baby. How do you feel? Excited? Nervous? Downright terrified? For most people, even if it is something they have longed for, having a baby is a voyage into the great unknown, a turning point after which their lives will never be the same again. When Will I Sleep Through the Night? is a beautifully written account of one woman's experience of pregnancy and the first year of her child's life. Written in diary-style entries, it is a record of the day-to-day reality of having a baby and a portrait of the frustration, fear and overwhelming love that come with it. By turns funny, moving and reassuring, this is a book that doesn't try to tell you what to do or what to feel but simply tells it as it is, a story that is both intimate and universal, an A-Z of babyhood.
📒Field Notes From Elsewhere ✍ Mark C. Taylor
✏Field Notes from Elsewhere Book Summary : In the fall of 2005, Mark C. Taylor, the controversial public intellectual and widely respected scholar, suddenly fell critically ill. For two days a team of forty doctors, many of whom thought he would not live, fought to save him. Taylor would eventually recover, only to face a new threat: surgery for cancer. "Field Notes from Elsewhere" is Taylor's unforgettable, inverted journey from death to life. Each of his memoir's fifty-two chapters and accompanying photographs recounts a morning-to-evening experience with sickness and convalescence, mingling humor and hope with a deep exploration of human frailty and, conversely, resilience. When we confront the end of life, he explains, the axis of the lived world shifts, and everything must be reevaluated. As Taylor sorts through his remembrances, much that once seemed familiar becomes strange, paradoxical, and contradictory. He reads his experience with and against ghosts from his past, recasting the meaning of mortality, sacrifice, solitude, and abandonment in light of modern ways of dying.
📒Veriel S Tales I ✍ Brenna Lyons
✏Veriel s Tales I Book Summary : In book one of the Night Warriors series, questions were raised about Veriel's motives. Did he have a claim, or was he insane? What relationship existed between Jörg and Regana? Who did Regana love (her husband, Pauwel, elder killer, the "Crossbearer Turned," or the beast Veriel), and who was Andris of Crossbearer's father? This book answers it all. "Veriel, Regana and Pauwel - perhaps the most famous trio of the whole series - are on the front stage in this book. A story of love, honor and betrayal unfolding against the ruthless backdrop of the warriors' lives, mortal risks and immortal souls being at stake. The blend of romance, drama and mystical lore makes the reading experience quite enjoyable." Reviewed by Daria for Romance Junkies 4 Ribbons! "Ms. Lyons has given us another great story, one that answers the questions of why Veriel turned beast and why he went after the Anna. She has once again gripped us by the shirt collar and woven a spell of a fantasy world that has warriors that protect the innocent. It may be that all is not what it seems and that Veriel isn't as evil as we thought." Reviewed by Donna for Fallen Angels Reviews 5 ANGELS
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📒Concentrationary Cinema ✍ Griselda Pollock
✏Concentrationary Cinema Book Summary : Since its completion in 1955, Alain Resnais's Night and Fog (Nuit et Brouillard) has been considered one of the most important films to confront the catastrophe and atrocities of the Nazi era. But was it a film about the Holocaust that failed to recognize the racist genocide? Or was the film not about the Holocaust as we know it today but a political and aesthetic response to what David Rousset, the French political prisoner from Buchenwald, identified on his return in 1945 as the 'concentrationary universe' which, now actualized, might release its totalitarian plague any time and anywhere? What kind of memory does the film create to warn us of the continued presence of this concentrationary universe? This international collection re-examines Resnais's benchmark film in terms of both its political and historical context of representation of the camps and of other instances of the concentrationary in contemporary cinema. Through a range of critical readings, Concentrationary Cinema explores the cinematic aesthetics of political resistance not to the Holocaust as such but to the political novelty of absolute power represented by the concentrationary system and its assault on the human condition.
📒Complaint ✍ Edward Young
✏Complaint Book Summary :
📒The Bible Translated According To The Ebrew And Greeke And Conferred With The Best Translations In Diuers Languages With Most Profitable Annotations Vpon All The Hard Places And Other Things Of Great Importance As May Appeare In The Epistle To The Reader And Also A Most Profitable Concordance For The Readie Finding Out Of Any Thing In The Same Conteined ✍
✏Release Date : 1599
✏Pages : 164
✏ISBN : BL:A0021769843
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Bible Translated According to the Ebrew and Greeke and Conferred with the Best Translations in Diuers Languages With Most Profitable Annotations Vpon All the Hard Places and Other Things of Great Importance as May Appeare in the Epistle to the Reader And Also a Most Profitable Concordance for the Readie Finding Out of Any Thing in the Same Conteined Book Summary :
📒Cycles Of Time And Meaning In The Mexican Books Of Fate ✍ Elizabeth Hill Boone
✏Cycles of Time and Meaning in the Mexican Books of Fate Book Summary : In communities throughout precontact Mesoamerica, calendar priests and diviners relied on pictographic almanacs to predict the fate of newborns, to guide people in choosing marriage partners and auspicious wedding dates, to know when to plant and harvest crops, and to be successful in many of life's activities. As the Spanish colonized Mesoamerica in the sixteenth century, they made a determined effort to destroy these books, in which the Aztec and neighboring peoples recorded their understanding of the invisible world of the sacred calendar and the cosmic forces and supernaturals that adhered to time. Today, only a few of these divinatory codices survive. Visually complex, esoteric, and strikingly beautiful, painted books such as the famous Codex Borgia and Codex Borbonicus still serve as portals into the ancient Mexican calendrical systems and the cycles of time and meaning they encode. In this comprehensive study, Elizabeth Hill Boone analyzes the entire extant corpus of Mexican divinatory codices and offers a masterful explanation of the genre as a whole. She introduces the sacred, divinatory calendar and the calendar priests and diviners who owned and used the books. Boone then explains the graphic vocabulary of the calendar and its prophetic forces and describes the organizing principles that structure the codices. She shows how they form almanacs that either offer general purpose guidance or focus topically on specific aspects of life, such as birth, marriage, agriculture and rain, travel, and the forces of the planet Venus. Boone also tackles two major areas of controversy—the great narrative passage in the Codex Borgia, which she freshly interprets as a cosmic narrative of creation, and the disputed origins of the codices, which, she argues, grew out of a single religious and divinatory system.
📒The Plays Of Shakespeare Twelfth Night ✍ William Shakespeare
✏The Plays of Shakespeare Twelfth night Book Summary :
📒Introduction To English Derivational Morphology ✍ Theodore M. Lightner
✏Introduction to English Derivational Morphology Book Summary : This book aims to give an indication of the extent of derivational morphology in English; of how much immanent, internal structure must be presumed for words -- even apparently simplex ones. This is done by showing that three (morpho-)phonological processes which tend to hide surface sound-meaning relationships must be taken into account when constructing a synchronic grammar of Modern English: ablaut, obstruent shift, and vowel shift.