The Anatomy Of Curiosity
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📒The Anatomy Of Curiosity ✍ Brenna Yovanoff
✏The Anatomy of Curiosity Book Summary : The follow-up to the acclaimed title The Curiosities: A Collection of Stories by Maggie Stiefvater, Tessa Gratton, and Brenna Yovanoff. In an unassuming corner of Brooklyn, a young woman learns to be ladylike, to love context, and to speak her mind from a very curious sort of tutor. In a faraway land convulsed by war, a young soldier hears the desert's curious hum as he disarms bombs with the person he doesn't know how to love. In a place so shriveled by drought that any drowning is a curiosity, a young writer tries again and again to tread water beneath the surface of a vast and unusual sea. Three new stories—complete with commentary on the creative process—from three acclaimed young adult authors working at the height of their powers. Curious?
📒Nature Anatomy ✍ Julia Rothman
✏Nature Anatomy Book Summary : See the world in a whole new way! Acclaimed illustrator Julia Rothman combines art and science in this exciting and educational guide to the structure, function, and personality of the natural world. Explore the anatomy of a jellyfish, the inside of a volcano, monarch butterfly migration, how sunsets work, and much more. Rothman’s whimsical illustrations are paired with interactive activities that encourage curiosity and inspire you to look more closely at the world all around you. Nature Anatomy is the second book in Rothman's Anatomy series – you'll love Nature Anatomy Notebook, Ocean Anatomy, Food Anatomy, and Farm Anatomy, too!
📒The Anatomy Of Psychotherapy ✍ Lawrence Friedman
✏The Anatomy of Psychotherapy Book Summary : Over the past decades, Lawrence Friedman has emerged as one of the most erudite and provocative theoriss in contemporary psychotherapy. The Anatomy of Psychotherapy interweaves Friedman's major contributions to the analytic and psychiatric literature with extensive new material in arriving at an extraordinarily rich and nuanced appreciation of psychotherapy. The Anatomy of Psychotherapy describes how the therapist makes use of theories and styles in order to achieve equilibrium under stress. This stress, according to Friedman, is related to the "absolute ambiguity" that is essential to psychotherapy. To cope with this ambiguity, the therapist alternates among three different roles, those of reader, historian, and pragmatic operator. Friedman examines these "disambiguating postures" in detail, paying special attention to their bearing on the therapist's narrative prejudice, the relativity of his knowledge, and the relationship of his work to natural science and hermeneutics. Brilliantly constructed and masterfully written, The Anatomy of Psychotherapy traverses the same basic themes in each of its six sections. Readers who are interested in theory can hone in on relevant topics or the work of particular theorists. Readers seeking insight into the demands of daily clinical work, on the other hand, can bypass the systematic studies and immerse themselves in Friedman's engrossing reflections on the experience of psychotherapy. Best served will be those who ponder Friedman's writings and therapy as complementary meditations issuing from a single, unifying vision, one in which psychotherapy, in both its promise and frustrations, becomes a subtle interplay among theories about psychotherapy, the personal styles of psychotherapists, and the practical exigencies of aiding those in distress.
📒The Anatomy Of Freedom ✍ Robin Morgan
✏The Anatomy of Freedom Book Summary : The classic of feminist vision by one of its greatest writers, with a new preface by the author With the advent of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, physics and our world changed forever. In The Anatomy of Freedom, Robin Morgan shows us how the empowerment of women—half of humanity—will have the same transformative power for society that e=mc2 had for the physical world. This is not simply another feminist treatise. Morgan looks beyond the women’s movement as a crucial struggle for equal rights; she sees this process as the fundamental motor for freeing both women and men, and as a necessity for the survival of sentient life and of the planet itself. She explains and demystifies theoretical physics in accessible terms and, astonishingly, uses it as a prism through which to view the equation of relationships and gender, while going deep into the subconscious and plumbing the roots of passion. At the same time, she makes vital connections between these internal realities and global issues of the environment, economics, and family. There has perhaps never been a book more daring. The Anatomy of Freedom shows a master at her peak.
📒The Anatomy Of Melancholy A New Edition Corrected And Enriched By Translations Of The Numerous Classical Extracts By Democritus Minor ✍ Robert BURTON (Author of “The Anatomy of Melancholy.”.)
✏Author : Robert BURTON (Author of “The Anatomy of Melancholy.”.)
✏Release Date : 1861
✏ISBN : BL:A0024146066
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The anatomy of melancholy A new edition corrected and enriched by translations of the numerous classical extracts by Democritus Minor Book Summary :
✏Author : Robert Burton
✏Release Date : 1638
✏ISBN : ONB:+Z165294305
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Anatomy Of Melancholy What it Is With All the Kinds Causes Symptomes Prognostickes Seuerall Cures of It In Three Partitions with Their Severall Sections Members Subsections By Democritus Junior The Fift Edition Corrected and Augmented by the Author Book Summary :
📒Petronius And The Anatomy Of Fiction ✍ Victoria Rimell
✏Petronius and the Anatomy of Fiction Book Summary : Petronius' Satyricon, long regarded as the first 'novel' of the Western tradition, has always sparked controversy. It has been puzzled over as a strikingly modernist riddle, elevated as a work of exemplary comic realism, condemned as obscene and repackaged as a morality tale. This reading of the surviving portions of the work shows how the Satyricon fuses the anarchic and the classic, the comic and the disturbing, and presents readers with a labyrinth of narratorial viewpoints. Dr Rimell argues that the surviving fragments are connected by an imagery of disintegration, focused on the pervasive Neronian metaphor of the literary text as a human or animal body. Throughout, she discusses the limits of dominant twentieth-century views of the Satyricon as bawdy pantomime, and challenges prevailing restrictions of Petronian corporeality to material or non-metaphorical realms. This 'novel' emerges as both very Roman and very satirical in its 'intestinal' view of reality.
✏The Anatomy of melancholy what it is with all the kinds causes symptoms prognostics and several cures of it Book Summary :
📒The Anatomy Of Change ✍ Richard Strozzi Heckler
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✏Anatomy and Physiology 2007 Ed 2007 Edition Book Summary :