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John Davidson First Of The Moderns

Author : John Sloan
ISBN : 0198182481
Genre : Literary Criticism
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As long ago as 1917, Virginia Woolf expressed surprise that anyone as good as John Davidson should 'be so little famous'. Now, at last, criticism has established Davidson as a key figure in the emergence of literary modernism, as the best Scottish poet between Robert Burns and Hugh MacDiarmid, and as an important influence on the younger poets of his day, most notably T. S. Eliot. In this, the first biography of Davidson for more than thirty years, John Sloan presents a wealth of new information about Davidson's life, including his time in London, and the ties which connect him to Sherard's circle, to Wilde, Yeats, and the Rhymers' Club. John Davidson, First of the Moderns explores Davidson's career in London as a penniless author, struggling to reconcile the freedom to experience demanded by the avant-garde artist in the age of the Decadence with the obligations of family, and to combine his ambition for a many-sided reputation as a poet, novelist, and playwright with his need to survive in the commercial rough and tumble of Fleet Street, the theatre, and Paternoster Row. The conditions of authorship, the literary scandals and rows of Fleet Street, and the revelations of the characters involved here provide the literary background to the life of John Davidson. The picture that emerges is not simply of a late Victorian rebel, but of a proto-Modernist who from his recovery from a breakdown in 1896 to his strange disappearance and death in 1909, pioneered a new idiom and subject matter for twentieth-century verse.

Hot Spotting

Author : Rod Reeve
ISBN : 1862547246
Genre : Community development personnel
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In his 25-year journey through hot spots across the globe, Rod Reeve has become one of Australia's most experienced foreign-aid workers. Managing international aid projects has taken him from the opium fields of the Hindu Kush, to Iraq in the time of Saddam Hussein, the jungles of Papua New Guinea, and Aceh following the 2004 tsunami. In HOT-SPOTTING he reveals the dramas and complexities of working in the provision of international aid, and takes us behind disturbing news footage to connect with ordinary people living in some of the world's most troubled locations.

European Industrial Policy

Author : James Foreman-Peck
ISBN : 0198289987
Genre : Business & Economics
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At the end of the 20th century with stagnating industrial output, unemployment in many European countries has climbed to levels not seen since the 1930s. Interventionist industrial policies thus find new popularity after the gentle flirtation with liberalization in the early 1990s. Under the Maastricht Treaty, the European Union was granted industrial policy powers for the first time. The present study aims to contribute to an understanding of European industrial policy by introducing an historical perspective. National policy continuities and the considerable time over which industrial performance responds to changed environments emerge with greater clarity in the long run. The chapters in this book take a broad view of industrial policy, including those policies that establish the `framework', such as competition law, as well as sector for firm specific policies. The overall conclusion is that improved framework policies, such as liberalization and re-regulation,are still essential. Monetary union in the `core' will increase tensions arising from economic inflexibility. Although there are often strong political barriers blocking implementation of appropriate industrial policies, they will be even more necessary under monetary union.

Biennial Report Of The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Of California For The Years

Author : California. Bureau of Labor Statistics
ISBN : STANFORD:36105060121907
Genre : Labor
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Greece And The Aegean Islands

Author : Philip Sanford Marden
Genre : Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey)
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Poor S Manual Of Industrials

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ISBN : UOM:39076001183370
Genre : Corporations
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The Other Text Of Jeremiah

Author : Louis Stulman
ISBN : UOM:39015011691824
Genre : Bibles
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Economic Statistics Monthly

Author : Nihon Ginkō. Tōkeikyoku
ISBN : UCAL:B3710584
Genre : Money
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Water Resources Data For Kentucky

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ISBN : UOM:39015005835460
Genre : Stream measurements
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Comptroller S Contract Report

Author : New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Finance
ISBN : NYPL:33433090754957
Genre : Finance, Public
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