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📒The Monthly Anthology And Boston Review ✍ David Phineas Adams
✏The Monthly Anthology and Boston Review Book Summary : vol. 3-4 include appendix: "The Political cabinet."
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📒The Monthly Anthology And Boston Review ✍ Samuel Cooper Thacher
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📒Design Review ✍ Brenda C. Scheer
✏Design Review Book Summary : That the topic ofdesign review is somehow trou My biases are clearfrom the start: I am among blesome is probably one thing all readers can those who believe that, despite all signals to the contrary, the physical structure of our environ agree on. Beyond this, however, I suspect pros pects of consensus are dim. Differing opinions ment can be managed, and that controlling it is on the subject likely range from those desiring the key to the ameliorationofnumerous problems control tothosedesiringfreedom. Saysonecamp: confronting society today. I believe that design our physical and natural environments are going can solve a host ofproblems, and that the design to hell in a hand basket. Says the other: design of the physical environment does influence be review boards are only as good as their members; havior. more often than not their interventions produce Clearly, this is a perspective that encompasses mediocre architecture. more than one building at a time and demands As a town planner and architect, I am sympa that each building understand its place in a larger thetic to the full range of sentiment. Perhaps a context-the city. Indeed, anyone proposing discussion of these two concepts-control and physical solutions to urban problems is designing freedom-and their differences would now be or, as may seem more often the case, destroying useful. But let me instead suggest that both posi the city.
📒My Father S Martial Art ✍ Stephen Shu-ning Liu
✏My Father s Martial Art Book Summary : Stephen Liu is a unique figure in contemporary letters - a native of China, from a family of scholars, who left his country as a young man and now writes in English, a language he learned only after emigrating. The poems reflect the delicate vision of Chinese art - its attention to the natural world and the single telling detail that can evoke an entire universe - as well as a sly humor and gentle wistfulness that are entirely the author's own, and they range in subject matter from stories of his home and family in China to the surreal neon world of contemporary Las Vegas.
📒By The Bomb S Early Light ✍ Paul Boyer
✏By the Bomb s Early Light Book Summary : Originally published in 1985, By the Bomb's Early Light is the first book to explore the cultural 'fallout' in America during the early years of the atomic age. Paul Boyer argues that the major aspects of the long-running debates about nuclear armament and disarmament developed and took shape soon after the bombing of Hiroshima. The book is based on a wide range of sources, including cartoons, opinion polls, radio programs, movies, literature, song lyrics, slang, and interviews with leading opinion-makers of the time. Through these materials, Boyer shows the surprising and profoundly disturbing ways in which the bomb quickly and totally penetrated the fabric of American life, from the chillingly prophetic forecasts of observers like Lewis Mumford to the Hollywood starlet who launched her career as the 'anatomic bomb.' In a new preface, Boyer discusses recent changes in nuclear politics and attitudes toward the nuclear age.
📒Rereading Doris Lessing ✍ Claire Sprague
✏Rereading Doris Lessing Book Summary : According to Sprague, doubling in Lessing's novels is a perfect correlative for the complexity and contradiction Lessing perceives as central to the private and collective human experience. Her doubles and multiples not only indicate the fracturing or the formation of identity but they also are among the several strategies used to project complex private and societal concerns. This study of Lessing's dialectical imagination extends and revises earlier feminist approaches. Originally published in 1987. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
✏The United States Review and Literary Gazette Book Summary :