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Memoir

Author : William Ellery Channing
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Memoir Of William Ellery Channing

Author : William Ellery Channing
ISBN : HARVARD:HN7LEX
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The Call To Write

Author : John Trimbur
ISBN : 9781285630823
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The sixth edition of THE CALL TO WRITE continues and expands its creative approach to college composition. Organized by genres, including memoirs, letters, profiles, reports, commentaries, proposals, and reviews, and including new chapters on multigenre writing and on writing essays, this innovative rhetoric gives students the practice they need to write in college and in the public sphere. Timely, provocative readings promote social engagement, encouraging students to become involved, through public writing, in their community and in the greater world around them. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Call To Write Brief

Author : John Trimbur
ISBN : 9781285663517
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The brief sixth edition of THE CALL TO WRITE continues and expandes its creative approach to college composition. Organized by genres, including letters, memoirs, profiles, reports, commentaries, proposals, and reviews, and including new chapters on the essay and on multigenre writing, this innovative rhetoric gives students the practice they need to write in college and in the public sphere. Timely, provocative readings promote social engagement, encouraging students to become involved, through public writing, in their community and in the greater world around them. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Navigating Loss In Women S Contemporary Memoir

Author : A. Prodromou
ISBN : 9781137482921
Genre : Business & Economics
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Navigating Loss in Women's Contemporary Memoir traces the grief process through the lives of contemporary women writers to show how its complex, multi-layered nature can encourage us towards new understandings of loss.

Comics Studies

Author : Charles Hatfield
ISBN : 9780813591438
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In the twenty-first century, the field of comics studies has exploded. Scholarship on graphic novels, comic books, comic strips, webcomics, manga, and all forms of comic art has grown at a dizzying pace, with new publications, institutions, and courses springing up everywhere. The field crosses disciplinary and cultural borders and brings together myriad traditions. Comics Studies: A Guidebook offers a rich but concise introduction to this multifaceted field, authored by leading experts in multiple disciplines. It opens diverse entryways to comics studies, including history, form, audiences, genre, and cultural, industrial, and economic contexts. An invaluable one-stop resource for veteran and new comics scholars alike, this guidebook represents the state of the art in contemporary comics scholarship.

Post Divorce Bliss

Author : Jude Walsh
ISBN : 9781642792355
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Ready to leave your divorce behind and live a life you love? After a long marriage, Jude Walsh found herself in a position she never thought possible: divorced. The life she knew was gone. To heal the pain of the divorce and create a different future for herself, Jude developed eight practices, which she shares with the goal of helping other women create the life of their dreams and thrive after divorce. In Post-Divorce Bliss, women learn to shift their perspective, go beyond grief, and transform their trauma, along with other practical skills for moving forward. With Jude’s guidance and passion, women find themselves ready to leave their divorce behind and live a life they love.

Memoir Of Solomon Willard

Author : William Willder Wheildon
ISBN : HARVARD:32044012626917
Genre : Bunker Hill Monument (Boston, Mass.)
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Virtue S Hero

Author : Len Gougeon
ISBN : 9780820334691
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Virtue's Hero, Len Gougeon draws on a huge array of primary documents--unpublished speeches, the correspondence of abolitionists, family papers, records of abolition society meetings, and more--to offer a detailed and comprehensive account of Emerson's antislavery position. --from publisher description

Race Rights And Recognition

Author : Dean Franco
ISBN : 9780801464485
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Race, Rights, and Recognition, Dean J. Franco explores the work of recent Jewish American writers, many of whom have taken unpopular stances on social issues, distancing themselves from the politics and public practice of multiculturalism. While these writers explore the same themes of group-based rights and recognition that preoccupy Latino, African American, and Native American writers, they are generally suspicious of group identities and are more likely to adopt postmodern distancing techniques than to presume to speak for "their people." Ranging from Philip Roth’s scandalous 1969 novel Portnoy’s Complaint to Gary Shteyngart’s Absurdistan in 2006, the literature Franco examines in this book is at once critical of and deeply invested in the problems of race and the rise of multicultural philosophies and policies in America. Franco argues that from the formative years of multiculturalism (1965–1975), Jewish writers probed the ethics and not just the politics of civil rights and cultural recognition; this perspective arose from a stance of keen awareness of the limits and possibilities of consensus-based civil and human rights. Contemporary Jewish writers are now responding to global problems of cultural conflict and pluralism and thinking through the challenges and responsibilities of cosmopolitanism. Indeed, if the United States is now correctly—if cautiously—identifying itself as a post-ethnic nation, it may be said that Jewish writing has been well ahead of the curve in imagining what a post-ethnic future might look like and in critiquing the social conventions of race and ethnicity.

Reading Hilary Mantel

Author : Lucy Arnold
ISBN : 9781350072565
Genre : Literary Criticism
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From the ghosts which reside in Midlands council houses in Every Day is Mother's Day to the resurrected historical dead of the Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies, the writings of Hilary Mantel are often haunted by supernatural figures. One of the first book-length studies of the writer's work, Reading Hilary Mantel explores the importance of ghosts in the full range of her fiction and non-fiction writing and their political, social and ethical resonances. Combining material from original interviews with the author herself with psychoanalytic, historicist and deconstructivist critical perspectives, Reading Hilary Mantel is a landmark study of this important and popular contemporary novelist.

Southern Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015038058486
Genre : American literature
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Modernism And Autobiography

Author : Maria DiBattista
ISBN : 9781139992169
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume offers sixteen original essays that attest to the extraordinary inventiveness and range of modernist autobiography. It examines the ways modernist writers chose to tell their life stories, with particular attention to forms, venues, modes of address, and degrees of truthfulness. The essays are grouped around a set of rubrics that isolate the distinctive character and shared preoccupations of modernist life-writings: questions of ancestry and tradition that foreground the modernists' troubled relation to their immediate familial as well as cultural past; their emergence as writers whose experiences found expression in untraditional and singular forms; their sense of themselves as survivors of personal and historical traumas; and their burdens as self-chroniclers of loss, especially of self-loss. It will appeal especially to scholars and students of literary modernism and English literature more generally.

The Cambridge Companion To Autobiography

Author : Maria DiBattista
ISBN : 9781139952323
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Cambridge Companion to Autobiography offers a historical overview of the genre from the foundational works of Augustine, Montaigne, and Rousseau through the great autobiographies of the Romantic, Victorian, and modern eras. Sixteen essays from distinguished scholars and critics explore the diverse forms, audiences, styles, and motives of life writings traditionally classified under the rubric of autobiography. Chapters are arranged in chronological order and are grouped to reflect changing views of the psychological status, representative character, and moral authority of the autobiographical text. The volume closes with a group portrait of late-modernist and contemporary autobiographies that, by blurring the dividing line between fiction and non-fiction, expand our understanding of the genre. Accessibly written and comprehensive in scope, the volume will appeal especially to students and teachers of non-fiction narrative, creative writing, and literature more broadly.

A History Of The Progress On The Calculus Of Variations During The Xixth Century

Author : Isaac Todhunter
ISBN : BNC:1001923912
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Autobiography And Questions Of Gender

Author : Shirley Neuman
ISBN : 9781317377313
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Originally published in 1991. Addressing the ways in which the ideology of gender and its social construction determine autobiographical self-representations, the essays here consider several women’s works in the light of the social and historical conditions which enabled their production. Some examine diaries as a feminine form and ask about the ways in which thematic content such as childbirth can or cannot be represented in diaries and public discourse at different historical junctures. Others show the pressures of gender roles and how they have led to new genres in which self-representation is often a refraction of the representation of others. With the tools of gender theory, the representation of hermaphroditism, masculinity and male bodies is analysed and the ways in which gender intersects with racial, sexual and class ideologies is also looked at, in seeing autobiography as a form of agency in self-construction.

A History Of The Progress Of The Calculus Of Variations During The Nineteenth Century By I Todhunter

Author : Isaac Todhunter
ISBN : BL:A0018173377
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A Memoir Robert Francis Massimi

Author : Robert Massimi
ISBN : 9781329735583
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Sounds Of Silence Breaking

Author : Janet L. Miller
ISBN : 0820461571
Genre : Education
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This book contains a broad range of Millers writings and intertwines interpretations of educational theories, events and practices throughout private and public dimensions of Miller's life.

Memoir Of Charlotte Elizabeth

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