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The Giver Essential Modern Classics

Author : Lois Lowry
ISBN : 9780007369881
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In a perfect world, Jonas begins to see the flaws... THE GIVER is the classic award-winning novel that inspired the dystopian genre and a major motion picture adaptation for 2014 starring Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift.

Catholic Book Summaries 54 Traditional And Contemporary Classics

Author : Matthew R. Plese
ISBN : 9781304048288
Genre : Education
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Catholic Book Summaries presents 54 summaries of Catholic books in a concise, clear, and complete manner. With so many books for Catholics to read and understand, Catholic Book Summaries is an attempt to synthesize some of the most well known traditional and contemporary classics for today's Catholics. Meant for Catholics of all ages, this book is your guide to understanding dozens of books in a fraction of the time required to read them all. This is an entire library of "must read" Catholic books condensed into one volume. These summaries of the most important Catholic thinkers of all time are not just quick facts. They distill the wisdom of our great Catholic thinkers such as Blessed Cardinal Newman, Archbishop Fulton Sheen, Scott Hahn, GK Chesterton and so many more.

Contemporary Doctrine Classics

Author : Church of England. Doctrine Commission
ISBN : 0715140450
Genre : Theology, Doctrinal
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This volume brings together three classic books from the Church of England's Doctrine Commission: 'We Believe in God' (1987), 'We Believe in the Holy Spirit' (1991) and 'The Mystery of Salvation' (1996).

The Art Of The Short Fiction Film

Author : Richard Raskin
ISBN : 9781476616124
Genre : Performing Arts
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This work is the first of its kind to single out individual short fiction films for comprehensive presentation and close study. Two Men and a Wardrobe (Roman Polanski, Poland, 1958, 15 min.), Coffee and Cigarettes (Jim Jarmusch, USA, 1986, 6 min.), Sunday (John Lawlor, Ireland, 1988, 8 min.), Cat’s Cradle (Liz Hughes, Australia, 1991, 12 min.), Eating Out (Pal Sletaune, Norway, 1993, 7 min.), Come (Marianne Olsen Ulrichsen, Norway, 1995, 4.5 min.), Wind (Marcell Ivanyi, Hungary, 1996, 6 min.), Possum (Brad McGann, New Zealand, 1997, 14 min.), and The War Is Over (Nina Mimica, Italy, 1997, 7 min.) are the nine short fiction films studied. The films represent a broad range of storytelling approaches and a number of very different film cultures. Each film has a chapter of its own, including a shot-by-shot reproduction of the film with a still from every shot. In most cases, an interview with the director and an original screenplay and storyboard is also included. The book also describes a new conceptual model, derived from the films studied in the work, which can be used both for analyzing the ways in which a short fiction film tells its story and as a set of guidelines for student filmmakers writing their own screenplays. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

Aristotle

Author : Otfried Hoffe
ISBN : 079145634X
Genre : Philosophy
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A comprehensive introduction to the life and work of Aristotle.

The Legalist Reformation

Author : William E. Nelson
ISBN : 9780807875568
Genre : Law
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Based on a detailed examination of New York case law, this pathbreaking book shows how law, politics, and ideology in the state changed in tandem between 1920 and 1980. Early twentieth-century New York was the scene of intense struggle between white, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant upper and middle classes located primarily in the upstate region and the impoverished, mainly Jewish and Roman Catholic, immigrant underclass centered in New York City. Beginning in the 1920s, however, judges such as Benjamin N. Cardozo, Henry J. Friendly, Learned Hand, and Harlan Fiske Stone used law to facilitate the entry of the underclass into the economic and social mainstream and to promote tolerance among all New Yorkers. Ultimately, says William Nelson, a new legal ideology was created. By the late 1930s, New Yorkers had begun to reconceptualize social conflict not along class lines but in terms of the power of majorities and the rights of minorities. In the process, they constructed a new approach to law and politics. Though doctrinal change began to slow by the 1960s, the main ambitions of the legalist reformation--liberty, equality, human dignity, and entrepreneurial opportunity--remain the aspirations of nearly all Americans, and of much of the rest of the world, today.

How To Grow More Vegetables Than You Ever Thought Possible On Less Land Than You Can Imagine

Author : John Jeavons
ISBN : 0898150744
Genre : Gardening
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A classic in the field of sustainable gardening, HOW TO GROW MORE VEGETABLES shows how to produce a beautiful organic garden with minimal watering and care, whether it's just a few tomatoes in a tiny backyard or enough food to feed a family of four on less than half an acre. Updated with the latest biointensive tips and techniques, this is an essential reference for gardeners of all skill levels seeking to grow some or all of their own food. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Being Given

Author : Jean-Luc Marion
ISBN : 0804734119
Genre : Philosophy
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First in a trilogy which also includes Marion's Reduction and givenness and In excess: studies of saturated phenomena.

Who Is In Your Personal Boardroom

Author : Zella King
ISBN : 9781502436528
Genre : Business & Economics
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A practical way to build the network you need to succeed You're only as good as the people you surround yourself with. But when did you last think about who exactly that is, and whether you've got the right people around you? How do you know how to select, from your network, the right combination of people to help your be truly effective as a leader and in your career. Drawing on their work with executives and on academic research on the networks of high performers, Zella King and Amanda Scott show how to home in on the 6-12 relationships that drive and sustain success. What you'll find in this book Discover the five steps to designing a Personal Boardroom. Learn how to choose 6-12 members from across your network. Discover the 12 roles you need in your Personal Boardroom, and decide who can play those roles for you. Find out how to make your Personal Boardroom stronger. Act on practical advice to start conversations with a purpose. Enabled by your own Personal Boardroom, use the same framework to provide help to others. Start choosing people, assigning roles and having purposeful conversations today! Reviews of Who is in your Personal Boardroom? "In this thoughtful book Zella and Amanda encourage us to think about what they elegantly describe as our 'Personal Boardroom'--our current and potential connections and how they may support us in what we want to achieve. Well worth reading." Piers Fallowfield-Cooper, Executive Chairman, Greycon Ltd "Zella King and Amanda Scott have nailed the secret of modern career success: having the right connections and knowing who to ask for help from and how to help others in equal measure. Who is in your Personal Boardroom? should become something of a corporate classic." Julia Hobsbawm, Honorary Visiting Professor in Networking, Cass Business School, and founder, Editorial Intelligence "A brilliant, simple and intuitive way to set about personal and career development." Matt Brittin, Vice President, Northern and Central Europe Operations, Google A powerful tool to create a culture of give and take, of collaboration, sponsorship, and mutual support, focused not just on individual performance but also on team and organisation success. Maria O'Donogue, Vice President, Global Learning and Talent Management, The Hertz Corporation At last, some practical advice on networking! We know good networking drives success, but how do we get better at it? Simply trying harder is not the answer. We need a clear goal and a strategy for achieving it. The Personal Boardroom is a simple but powerful framework for doing just that. For anyone looking for a more effective network, this is essential reading John Wells, Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School

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