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Imf Survey No 14 2003

Author : International Monetary Fund
ISBN : 9781455272945
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the late 1990s, a series of capital account crises rocked the global economy. the IMF found itself at the center of this turmoil and criticized as never before. the experience triggered extensive internal and external reexaminations of IMF policies and practices and intensified the attention paid by the IMF to identifying vulnerabilities and preventing and resolving crises. It also encouraged the organization to add an external perspective to its learning culture.

Tales From The Perilous Realm

Author : J.R.R. Tolkien
ISBN : 9780547952093
Genre : Fiction
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Never before published in a single volume, Tolkien’s four novellas (Farmer Giles of Ham, Leaf by Niggle, Smith of Wootton Major, and Roverandom) and one book of poems (The Adventures of Tom Bombadil) are gathered together for the first time. This new, definitive collection of works — which had appeared separately, in various formats, between 1949 and 1998 — comes with an illuminating introduction from esteemed author and Tolkien expert Tom Shippey as well as Tolkein’s most celebrated essay, “On Fairy-stories,” which astutely addresses the relationship between fairy tales and fantasy. The book is the perfect opportunity for fans of Middle-earth to enjoy some of Tolkien’s often overlooked yet most creative storytelling. With dragons and sand sorcerers, sea monsters and hobbits, knights and dwarves, this collection contains all the classic elements for Tolkien buffs of all ages.

Let The People See

Author : Elliott J. Gorn
ISBN : 9780199325139
Genre : History
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The world knows the story of young Emmett Till. In August 1955, the fourteen-year-old Chicago boy supposedly flirted with a white woman named Carolyn Bryant, who worked behind the counter of a country store, while visiting family in Mississippi. Three days later, his mangled body was recovered in the Tallahatchie River, weighed down by a cotton-gin fan. Till's killers, Bryant's husband and his half-brother, were eventually acquitted on technicalities by an all-white jury despite overwhelming evidence. It seemed another case of Southern justice. Then details of what had happened to Till became public, which they did in part because Emmett's mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, insisted that his casket remain open during his funeral. The world saw the horror, and Till's story gripped the country and sparked outrage. Black journalists drove down to Mississippi and risked their lives interviewing townsfolk, encouraging witnesses, spiriting those in danger out of the region, and above all keeping the news cycle turning. It continues to turn. In 2005, fifty years after the murder, the FBI reopened the case. New papers and testimony have come to light, and several participants, including Till's mother, have published autobiographies. Using this new evidence and a broadened historical context, Elliott J. Gorn delves more fully than anyone has into how and why the story of Emmett Till still resonates, and always will. Till's murder marked a turning point, Gorn shows, and yet also reveals how old patterns of thought and behavior endure, and why we must look hard at them.

Creating And Protecting Zambia S Wealth

Author : Lubinda Aongola
ISBN : 9781843697350
Genre : Economic development
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A Spiritual Journey

Author : Alice Rae Yelen
ISBN : 1578061113
Genre : Art
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Discovering the art of Eddie Lee Kendrick was, as Ruth Kaplan recalls, "like walking into another world." In 1977, Kaplan, an administrator at an elementary school in Little Rock, Arkansas, walked into the school janitor's supply closet and found its walls hung with bright, lively paintings and drawings of Jesus, of angels, and of people in prayer and ecstasy, all created on corrugated cardboard. It was a world lit by the spiritually-infused art of Eddie Lee Kendrick, an African American self-taught artist whose work is now gathered in A Spiritual Journey: The Art of Eddie Lee Kendrick, containing sixty-five full color examples of Kendrick's artistry. Community was central to Kendrick, especially the community of church, home, and work. Alice Rae Yelen says, "Kendrick's paintings--his personal communications in praise of the Lord--were influenced most strongly, according to the artist, by scriptures, singing, music, praying, and dreams." Also provided is an insightful description of Kendrick's technique, a brief biography of his life, and an informed discussion of how Kendrick's art relates to the world of self-taught artists in the South. Eddie Lee Kendrick, born in Stephens, Arkansas, in 1928, worked in sawmills, in elementary schools, in a Holiday Inn, and in a meat-packing plant. Like many self-taught artists, he did not rely on his art for his living. He was an ardent gospel singer and church choir member. He died of cancer in 1992. Alice Rae Yelen is assistant to the director of the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Middle Tennessee Society Transformed 1860 1870

Author : Stephen V. Ash
ISBN : 1572335394
Genre : History
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105117522396
Genre : Telephone
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Report Of The Commissioner Of Education Made To The Secretary Of The Interior For The Year With Accompanying Papers

Author : United States. Bureau of Education
ISBN : STANFORD:36105007934164
Genre : Education
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Aspects Of Roman History Ad 14 117

Author : Richard Alston
ISBN : 9781134787821
Genre : History
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Aspects of Roman History AD14–117 charts the history of the Roman Imperial period, from the establishment of the Augustan principate to the reign of Trajan, providing a basic chronological framework of the main events and introductory outlines of the major issues of the period. The first half of the book outlines the linear development of the Roman Empire, emperor by emperor, accenting the military and political events. The second half of the book concentrates on important themes which apply to the period as a whole, such as the religious, economic and social functioning of the Roman Empire. It includes: a discussion of the primary sources of Roman Imperial history clearly laid out chapters on different themes of the Roman Empire such as patronage, religion, the role of the senate, the army and the position of women and slaves designed for easy cross-referencing with the chronological outline of events maps and illustrations a guide to further reading. Richard Alston's highly accessible book is designed specifically for students with little previous experience of studying ancient/Roman history. Aspects of Roman History provides an invaluable introduction to Roman Imperial history, which will allow students to gain an overview of the period and will be an indispensable aid to note-taking, essay preparation and examination revision.

The Iron Trade Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015014701208
Genre : Iron industry and trade
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