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Full Of Sound And Fury

Author : Shaylynn Hayes
ISBN : 1517018706
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Full of Sound and Fury was written by a suffer of Misophonia, in order to help other sufferers. Including interviews with real sufferers, the book aims to put names to a disorder that is known by few. Misophonia is a neurological condition that causes a fight/flight/freeze response to certain audial and visual stimuli. Written by a sufferer, Full of Sound and Fury, is a book about Misophonia's life impact. It can start as early as four in the morning. Your upstairs neighbor stomps his feet. All of a sudden, you go from being half-asleep and calm to a nervous wreck. You're tired, exhausted, and you're angry. How dare he stomp around and have no regard for your feelings or personal space? Rationality plays no part with Misophonia. Logically, you know he has no idea how loud he's being - but the response is the same. Shaylynn Hayes writes about her experiences, as well as others' in a way that can teach the general public about the disorder, as well as resonate with sufferers. With a foreword and research information by Dr. Jennifer Jo-Brout, Full of Sound and Fury is just the starting place when it comes to dealing with Misophonia. In partnership with her website www.misophoniainternational.com, as well as www.misophonia-research.com, Shaylynn aims to raise awareness.

Strategic Planning And School Management

Author : Les Bell
ISBN : 0902254820
Genre : School management and organization
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Treasure Trove Of Life

Author : K.R. Surendran
ISBN : 9780557960798
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William Faulkner S The Sound And The Fury

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : 9780791096277
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A critical overview of the work features the writings of Gail Moor Morrison, Gary Storhoff, Margaret Bauer, Jeffrey J. Folks, and other scholars.

The Power Of Sound

Author : Edmund Gurney
ISBN : HARVARD:ML17QM
Genre : Music
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Adobe Indesign Cs

Author : Deke McClelland
ISBN : 0596007361
Genre : Computers
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This step-by-step book and accompanying CD gets readers working with InDesign--a popular page layout/publishing program--immediately so they can build real-world projects while mastering fundamental and advanced concepts. Original. (Beginner).

Reading Faulkner

Author : Richard Marius
ISBN : 157233603X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Reading Faulkner: Introductions to the First Thirteen Novels is a collection of lectures by Harvard University professor and nationally known novelist and biographer Richard Marius. Marius had been charged with the task of teaching an introductory course on Faulkner to undergraduates in 1996 and 1997. Combining his love of Faulkner's writing with his own experiences as an author and teacher, Marius produced a series of delightful lectures-which stand on their own as sparkling, well-rounded essays-that help beginning students in understanding the sometimes difficult work of this celebrated literary master. An expository treatment of Faulkner's major works, Reading Faulkner comprises essays that are arranged in roughly chronological order, corresponding to Faulkner's development as a writer. In a way sure to captivate the imagination of a new reader of Faulkner, Marius explicates themes in Faulkner's work, and he sheds light on the larger social history that marked Faulkner's literary production. In addition, Marius is a southerner who grew up a couple of generations after Faulkner and, like Faulkner, turned his own world into the setting for his fiction. This unique perspective, combined with Marius's thorough readings of the novels, grounded in basic Faulkner criticism, provides an engaging and accessible self-guided tour through Faulkner's career. Reading Faulkner is perfect for students from high school through the undergraduate level and will be enjoyed by general readers as well. Richard Marius (1933-1999) taught at the University of Tennessee before heading Harvard's expository writing program from 1978 to 1998. He was the author of Thomas More, Martin Luther: The Christian between God and Death, and four novels about his native East Tennessee. Nancy Grisham Anderson is an associate professor of English at Auburn University, Montgomery. She is the author of The Writer's Audience: A Reader for Composition and the editor of They Call Me Kay: A Courtship in Letters, and Wrestling with God: The Meditations of Richard Marius. She was a longtime friend of Richard Marius.

March S Thesaurus Dictionary

Author : Francis Andrew March
ISBN : STANFORD:36105129721804
Genre : English language
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Macbeth

Author : Richard Andersen
ISBN : 0761430296
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"A literary analysis of the play Macbeth. Includes information on the history and culture of Elizabethan England"--Provided by publisher.

The Gigantic Book Of Running Quotations

Author : Hal Higdon
ISBN : 9781602392519
Genre : Health & Fitness
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George Sheehan, a celebrated running writer, philosopher, and physician, once wrote, The more I run, the more certain I am that I am heading for my real goal: to become the person I am. Today, many runners?whether they are training for the Olympics or whether they fit runs into their lunch hours?would agree that for them the sport is much more than a way to stay in shape. Their running defines who they are and leads them to achieve goals that they might never have thought possible. This tremendous collection of wisdom captures the spirit and passion of those who run in over 3,000 entries, covering topics such as training, gear, running philosophy, and running in youth and old age. The Gigantic Book of Running Wisdom will inspire everyone from seasoned marathoners to running novices. It includes thoughts from famous athletes, writers, politicians, and more, including Percy Cerutty, Carl Lewis, Tom Brokaw, David Letterman, William Shakespeare, Farrah Fawcett, Emil Ztopek, Bill Rodgers, Friedrich Nietzsche, Sebastian Coe, Bill Clinton, Grete Waitz, Roger Bannister, and hundreds of others. The one thing they all have in common is their understanding that, as Amby Burfoot put it, As we run, we become.

Coyote Says

Author : Webster Kitchell
ISBN : 1558963456
Genre : Religion
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In this winning sequel to God's Dog, that sly deity Coyote returns, engaging his minister friend in more mischievous banter about life, religion and the universe. With humor and feeling they discuss luck, Easter, the messiah, power and more over coffee and during long drives through New Mexico.

Shakespeare S Wide And Universal Stage

Author : Cox. C. B.
ISBN : 0719010756
Genre : English drama
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Faulkner From Within

Author : William H. Rueckert
ISBN : 1932559027
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Rueckert tracks Faulkner's development as a novelist through 18 novels--ranging from "Flags in the Dust" to "The Reivers"--to show the turn in Faulkner from destructive to generative being, from tragedy to comedy, from pollution to purification and redemption.

A Double Edged Sword

Author : Brenda E. Novack
ISBN : 9781630872731
Genre : Religion
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On first consideration, one might not be inclined to view Adolf Hitler and Dietrich Bonhoeffer in relation to Jehanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc), but Brenda E. Novack does just that. She demonstrates how these three prominent figures who influenced world history all acted in accordance with what they claimed or perceived to be divine sanction of their participation in violence. Taking the reader on a unique exploration of their lives and deaths, Novack identifies significant similarities and differences in notions of divine call and human response conveyed by these personalities and determines how they align or fail to align with the biblical prophetic tradition. Taking Jehanne d'Arc as her foundational study, the author engages important theological issues such as the nature of revelation, evil, and morality. The process culminates in the construction of a model of righteous warfare and human agency presented as a tool for evaluating claims to divinely sanctioned violence and as a potentially effective alternative to an outmoded and currently inadequate just war model. Case studies of Hitler and Bonhoeffer tentatively establish the model's ability to steer humanity away from unnecessary destruction toward justice, compassion, and peace.

The Indigenous World 2004

Author : Diana Vinding
ISBN : 8790730836
Genre : Social Science
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This yearbook contains the most comprehensive update on the current situation of indigenous peoples and the human rights and other international processes related to them. With contributions from both indigenous as well as non-indigenous scholars and activists, this volume of The Indigenous World gives an overview of crucial developments in 2003 that have impacted indigenous peoples of the world. Region and country reports covering most of the indigenous world are included along with updated information on the processes within the UN system that relate to indigenous peoples such as: the Permanent Forum, the Draft Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples, and the Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples. This volume also reviews other international processes, including news from the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights the Organisation of American States. Diana Vinding is an anthropologist and project coordinator at the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs.

An Introduction To Philosophical Analysis

Author : John Hospers
ISBN : 9781135637682
Genre : Philosophy
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John Hospers' Introduction to Philosophical Analysis has sold over 150,000 copies since its first publication. This new edition ensures that its success will continue into the twenty-first century. It remains the most accessible and authoritative introduction to philosophy available using the full power of the problem-based approach to the area to ensure that philosophy is not simply taught to students but practised by them. The most significant change to this edition is to respond to criticisms regarding the omission in the third edition of the famous opening chapter. A brand new chapter, Words and the World, replaces this in the fourth edition - which now features a large number of examples and illustrative dialogues. The rest of the text has been thoroughly revised and updated to take account of recent developments in some areas of philosophy.

The Drowning Of The Saints

Author : Paul Perry
ISBN : 1903392349
Genre : Poetry
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This collection introduces a young writer with a distinctive new voice, full of verve and promise. A past winner of the Hennessy New Writer of the Year Award, Paul Perry's collection is filled with sensual, lyrical, and beautifully crafted poems that are often infused with a dream-like magic and arouse a sense of longing, searching, and questioning. Whether it is a rumination on a gate to a farm, a painting by Breughel, the end of a love affair, or the armada's wreckage off the coast of Ireland, Perry infuses his work with a spiritual luminosity and a relentless search for meaning. Paul Perry graduated from Brown University and was a James Michener Fellow of Creative Writing at the University of Miami and C. Glenn Cambor Fellow of Poetry at the University of Houston. His work was selected for The Best American Poetry 2000 collection. "A remarkable triumph"-Fred D'Aguiar

Fiction Film And Faulkner

Author : Gene D. Phillips
ISBN : 1572331666
Genre : Performing Arts
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Noted film historian Gene Phillips (English, Loyola U.-Chicago) traces the successes and frustrations in Faulkner's screenwriting career, exploring parallels between his film work and his career as a novelist. Includes a filmography and bibliography. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

William Faulkner

Author : Carolyn Porter
ISBN : 9780199885916
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this newest volume in Oxford's Lives and Legacies series, Carolyn Porter, a leading authority on William Faulkner, offers an insightful account of Faulkner's life and work, with special focus on the breathtaking twelve-year period when he wrote some of the finest novels in American literature. Porter ranges from Faulkner's childhood in Mississippi to his abortive career as a poet, his sojourn in New Orleans (where he met a sympathetic Sherwood Anderson and wrote his first novel Soldier's Pay), his short but strategically important stay in Paris, his "rescue" by Malcolm Crowley in the late 1940s, and his winning of the Nobel Prize. But the heart of the book illuminates the formal leap in Faulkner's creative vision beginning with The Sound and the Fury in 1929, which sold poorly but signaled the arrival of a major new literary talent. Indeed, from 1929 through 1942, he would produce, against formidable odds--physical, spiritual, and financial--some of the greatest fictional works of the twentieth century, including As I Lay Dying, Sanctuary, Light in August, Absalom, Absalom! and Go Down, Moses. Porter shows how, during this remarkably sustained burst of creativity, Faulkner pursued an often feverish process of increasingly ambitious narrative experimentation, coupled with an equally ambitious thematic expansion, as he moved from a close-up study of the white nuclear family, both lower and upper class, to an epic vision of southern, American, and ultimately Western culture. Porter illuminates the importance of Faulkner's legacy not only for American literature, but also for world literature, and reveals how Faulkner lives on so powerfully, both in the works of his literary heirs and in the lives of readers today.

Thesaurus Of English Words And Phrases

Author : Peter Mark Roget
ISBN : 9781108074179
Genre : History
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Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869), physician and author, published this first edition of his most famous work in 1852.

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