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Forgotten Fitzgerald

Author : F. Scott Fitzgerald
ISBN : 9780349140278
Genre : Fiction
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While F. Scott Fitzgerald was writing the novels we remember him for today, he was also publishing short stories in popular magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post and Esquire. Although many of Fitzgerald's short stories are celebrated and anthologised today, more remain out of print than would be expected for a writer of his stature. Some of these forgotten stories deserve to be rediscovered by the many readers who love Fitzgerald's work. Sarah Churchwell, author of the acclaimed Careless People: Murder, Mayhem and the Invention of The Great Gatsby, has selected twelve forgotten stories from throughout Fitzgerald's career that refract, in different ways, his most familiar motifs: the changing meanings of America in the first decades of the twentieth century, and the desire to reconcile rich and poor through a romantic search for glamour, hope and wonder. Each of these stories offers a riff on the theme of America, a world we have lost, but can hear echoes of in Fitzgerald's characteristically rich, vivid prose.

Lost Forgotten

Author : James Paddock
Genre : Fiction
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Imagine waking one day with a new face and no memory, an opportunity to pick a new name and start a new life; a clean slate. Orphaned as children, separated for 22 years, Melissa is intent on finding her identical twin, Marissa; however Marissa is now Mariah and not who she used to be. Melissa’s search brings her to Los Angeles, crossing paths with Tyron, the only person aware of the truth, a person with immoral intent. As Melissa searches for her twin and Mariah searches for who she was, they are both faced with first time romances. Their brief crossing of paths and wisps of twin psychic connections provides one hope, and the other confusion. Tyron hatches a plan to bring them together, for a price that includes more than just their money. Lost & Forgotten is story of wealth and poverty for far from pretty identical twin sisters as one meets evil in her search for her other half, and the other struggles to start a new life and find out who she was.

United States Presidents Forgotten Details

Author : Katharina Abt
ISBN : 1462838758
Genre : History
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This is no ordinary Presidential Book but a fun-fact Trivia Book. There have been Forty - Three Presidents of the United States of America. We currently have a Forty-Fourth President whose Presidency will end in November 2016. He will hand over his duties officially on January 30, 2017, when the new President is sworn in. The purpose of this book is to learn about our Presidents as ordinary citizens. When children hear about the President of the United States of America, they are the head of the country. Whether or not they belong to the Whig, Federal, Independent, Democratic or Republican Parties. This is not a political book but a book of unknown facts of our Presidents before and becoming Presidents. It has details such as Birthdays, Wedding Anniversaries, Children, cause of death, Ages they became Presidents, and how old they were when they died. Also fun facts such as whose faces are on the currencies, shortest, tallest, fattiest, skinniest, who was the first President to occupy the white house. Who was the first President of the turn of the new century. Example 1801, 1901, 2001 This book has a table of contents.So you can refer easily to the page of the President you are interested in. Some Presidents have more information than others depending on how much they did in their lives. Another purpose of this books about the Presidents and Internet. School aged children write reports about the presidents for Presidents week. Many children just know George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Barack Obama, our current President. They really don't know the other Presidents. Teachers give children questions to answer and about Presidents. Many go directly to the Internet and take approximately forty five minutes to find one answer to one question. With this reference book, you find the answer within Five minutes at their finger tips. This book is suitable for Eight years old to Adults.

The Four Domains Of Mental Illness

Author : Rene J. Muller
ISBN : 9781351390514
Genre : Psychology
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The Four Domains of Mental Illness presents an authentic and valid alternative to the DSM-5, which author René J. Muller argues has resulted in many patients being incorrectly diagnosed and wrongly medicated. Dr. Muller points out where the DSM-5 is mistaken and offers a guide to diagnosis based on the psychobiology of psychiatrist Adolf Meyer and the insights of existential philosophy and psychiatry. His model identifies the phenomena of the mental illnesses that clinicians most often see, which are characterized by identifying their structure, or partial structure. Using the FDMI approach, clinicians can grasp how each mental illness is an aberration of Martin Heidegger’s being-in-the-world.

Making The Archives Talk

Author : James L. W. West
ISBN : 9780271050676
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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"A collection of essays by editor, biographer, bibliographer, and book historian James L. W. West III, covering editorial theory, archival use, textual emendation, and scholarly annotation. Discusses the treatment of both public documents (novels, stories, nonfiction) and private texts (letters, diaries, journals, working papers)"--Provided by publisher.

Classics And Translation

Author : D. S. Carne-Ross
ISBN : 9780838757666
Genre : Literary Criticism
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D. S. Carne-Ross (1921-2010) was one of the finest critics of classical literature in English translation after Arnold. More than four decades of Carne-Ross's writings are represented in this volume, which includes criticism of both ancient and modern writers, in addition to historical-critical studies of translation, discriminating analyses of translators widely read today, and investigations in the relationship between translation, criticism, and literary creation. This book will appeal to a wide audience including classicists, specialists in reception and translation studies, students of comparative literature, and literary readers. Two chapters give readings of the Odyssey and the Oresteia; others focus on significant and influential translators of those works. Two long essays give extended accounts of two of the most widely read twentieth-century translators of Greek and Latin, Robert Fitzgerald and Richmond Lattimore; there are also incisive studies of translations by H.D., David Ferry, Christopher Logue and others. Some essays focus on a particular work, author, or genre in translation, for example, Pindar's Pythian 12, Horace, Greek tragedy, and Greek epigram. The first and the final chapters use translation as a point of departure in order to investigate questions about transfers between ancient and modern literatures. In all the essays, translated works are considered in their relation to Greek or Roman literature and also as contributions to English literature, as a source of innovation for it, or as a way of laying bare connections between past and present moments.

Not Forgotten

Author : Steven Gilbar
ISBN : 1567922945
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume is a collection of commemorative essays by some of the world's greatest literary talents - about some of the world's greatest literary talents.

Scott Fitzgerald

Author : Thomas J. Stavola
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005292961
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 62. 97 MB
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F Scott Fitzgerald In Context

Author : Bryant Mangum
ISBN : 9781139619431
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 33. 83 MB
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The fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald serves as a compelling and incisive chronicle of the Jazz Age and Depression Era. This collection explores the degree to which Fitzgerald was in tune with, and keenly observant of, the social, historical and cultural contexts of the 1920s and 1930s. Original essays from forty international scholars survey a wide range of critical and biographical scholarship published on Fitzgerald, examining how it has evolved in relation to critical and cultural trends. The essays also reveal the micro-contexts that have particular relevance for Fitzgerald's work - from the literary traditions of naturalism, realism and high modernism to the emergence of youth culture and prohibition, early twentieth-century fashion, architecture and design, and Hollywood - underscoring the full extent to which Fitzgerald internalized the world around him.

Forgotten Texas Leader

Author : Paul N. Spellman
ISBN : 0890968969
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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He fought at the Battle of the Neches, wrote the official report of the Council House Fight, helped spur Galveston's growth into a city, and at the time of his death was next in line to command the Confederate regiment that became known as Hood's Brigade."--BOOK JACKET.

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