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The Outcry

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ISBN10 : 552107080X

Publisher : Рипол Классик

Number of Pages : 202

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: Henry James (1843–1916) was an American author regarded as a key transitional fi gure between literary realism and literary modernism. «The Outcry» is an effervescent comedy of money and manners. Breckenridge Bender, a very rich American with a distinct resemblance to J.P. Morgan, arrives in England with the purpose of acquiring some very great art; he is directed to Dedborough, the estate of the debt-ridden Lord Theign. But plutocrat and aristocrat come into unexpected confl ict when a young connoisseur, out to establish his own reputation, declares a prize painting from the lord’s collection to be in fact an even rarer, and pricier, work than had been thought.

Outcry

Author : Marie Spike,Charles Reskin

ISBN10 : 1581124600

Publisher : Universal-Publishers

Number of Pages : 296

Category : History

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Book Summary: American Voices of Conscience, Post-9/11 is an anthology of letters, op-eds, speeches and short essays drawn from a broad spectrum of Americans, which eloquently expresses their outrage, betrayal and frustration over the corrupt and misguided actions and policies of the Bush/Cheney administration since the tragedies of 9/11. Within its pages, you?ll find stirring monologues, passionate rants, laser-guided satire, and proposals for sane, nonviolent solutions to our problems. From soldiers to seniors, from Zen monks to Christian ministers, from librarians to libertarians, these are the true patriots - those who really care what is happening to our society and have had the courage to speak out against dishonesty and deception in our cherished institutions. With the publication of Outcry: American Voices of Conscience, Post-9/11, we hope to weave these myriad voices into a chorus of reason and compassion. For they are the voices of conscience, unintimidated by the dissonance of militarism, corporate greed, and the blind, uncritical acceptance of flag-waving propaganda.

OUTCRY

Author : Ryan Romeo

ISBN10 : 1617958271

Publisher : Worthy Books

Number of Pages : 224

Category : Religion

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Book Summary: The OUTCRY tours were born out of a desire to be the lights and sounds of the greatest movement in the world - the local church. While studies and critics may indicate a decline of the local church, Ryan Romeo's OUTCRY attests that the movement is only increasing. It's time we band together to empower the local church to influence the surrounding culture. It's you. It's us. Stand behind the church Jesus gave His life for. The part you play in your local church matters. You are an integral part of bringing God's story to all corners of the world. God's church isn't finished! Her best days are ahead. With Contributions from: Shane Quick (OUTCRY) David Crowder Jenn Johnson (Bethel Music) Chris Quilala (Jesus Culture) Pat Barrett (Housefires) Chris Llewellyn (Rend Collective)

The Outcry

Author : Henry James

ISBN10 : 3964541184

Publisher : Aeterna Classics

Number of Pages : 194

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: The Outcry, Henry James's final novel, is an effervescent comedy of money and manners. Breckenridge Bender, a very rich American with a distinct resemblance to J.P. Morgan, arrives in England with the purpose of acquiring some very great art; he is directed to Dedborough, the estate of the debt-ridden Lord Theign. But plutocrat and aristocrat come into unexpected conflict when a young connoisseur, out to establish his own reputation, declares a prize painting from the lord's collection to be in fact an even rarer, and pricier, work than had been thought.

The Rising of Bread for the World

Author : Arthur Simon

ISBN10 : 0809146002

Publisher : Paulist Press

Number of Pages : 168

Category : Biography & Autobiography

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Book Summary: The book is an autobiographical account of the launching and development of the nation¿s foremost citizens lobby on hunger.

Responding to a Sexual Abuse Outcry

Author : Susan Witts

ISBN10 : 1524524816

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

Number of Pages : 74

Category : True Crime

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Book Summary: The reaction of the person a child tells is an important factor in their recovery. Many families across America have had their children removed for failing to react appropriately when faced with the information that their child is a victim of sexual abuse. Most have stated that they were in shock, not sure what to do because of the lack of books about this topic. Responding to a Sexual Abuse Outcry was created to help families cope with this experience. There are over forty-two million survivors of sexual abuse in America. Research has shown children of sexual abuse survivors are at a higher risk of becoming victims themselves. TCaware.orgs goal, by publishing this resource, is to break the cycle of abuse and end the epidemic of sexual abuse. Every parent, childcare professional, law enforcement staff, caseworker, teacher, and religious/crisis intervention organization can benefit from the information in this book.

The Great Outcry for the True Gospel This Era

Author : Jango Emmanuel Fortty

ISBN10 : 1504927249

Publisher : AuthorHouse

Number of Pages : 218

Category : Religion

Viewed : 1860

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Book Summary: Today the true gospel is lost completely. The children of God worldwide are being robbed of their money and of the truth and the knowledge of their priestly position in Christ in this era of grace (free gift) that we operate in by televangelists and prosperity preachers, who have sealed their hearts permanently from the love of God and the truth. God is in the business today of exposing this great evil and bringing back his people on the right track. He is setting aside the highly educated doctors and professors of junk for the lowly and weak to this purpose. In the great outcry, you will find Gods response to key questions such as sowing of seeds, tithes, prosperity, salvation, and lot more in this era.

Media and Mass Atrocity

Author : Allan Thompson

ISBN10 : 1928096751

Publisher : McGill-Queen\'s Press - MQUP

Number of Pages : 625

Category : Political Science

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Book Summary: When human beings are at their worst – as they most certainly were in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide – the world needs the institutions of journalism and the media to be at their best. Sadly, in Rwanda, the media fell short. Media and Mass Atrocity revisits the case of Rwanda, but also examines how the nexus between media and mass atrocity has been shaped by the dramatic rise of social media. It has been twenty-five years since Rwanda slid into the abyss. The killings happened in broad daylight, but many of us turned away. A quarter century later, there is still much to learn about the relationship between the media and genocide, an issue laid bare by the Rwanda tragedy. Media and Mass Atrocity revisits the debate over the role of traditional news media in Rwanda, where, confronted by the horrors taking place, international news media, for the most part, turned away, and at times muddled the story when they did pay attention. Hate-media outlets in Rwanda played a role in laying the groundwork for genocide, and then actively encouraged the extermination campaign. The news media not only failed to fully grasp and communicate the genocide, but mostly overlooked the war crimes committed during the genocide and in its aftermath by the Rwandan Patriotic Front. The global media landscape has been transformed since Rwanda. We are now saturated with social media, generated as often as not by non-journalists. Mobile phones are everywhere. And in many quarters, the traditional news media business model continues to recede. Against that backdrop, it is more important than ever to examine the nexus between media and mass atrocity. The book includes an extensive section on the echoes of Rwanda, which looks at the cases of Darfur, the Central African Republic, Myanmar, and South Sudan, while the impact of social media as a new actor is examined through chapters on social media use by the Islamic State and in Syria and in other contexts across the developing world. It also looks at the aftermath of the genocide: the shifting narrative of the genocide itself, the evolving debate over the role and impact of hate media in Rwanda, the challenge of digitizing archival records of the genocide, and the fostering of free and independent media in atrocity's wake. The volume also probes how journalists themselves confront mass atrocity and examines the preventive function of media through the use of advanced digital technology as well as radio programming in the Lake Chad Basin and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Media and Mass Atrocity questions what the lessons of Rwanda mean now, in an age of communications so dramatically influenced by social media and the relative decline of traditional news media.

Complete Works

Author : Henry James

ISBN10 : 229107363X

Publisher : MVP

Number of Pages : 980

Category : Literary Criticism

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Book Summary: THE NOVELS Watch and Ward, Roderick Hudson, The American, The Europeans, Confidence, Washington Square, The Portrait of a Lady, The Bostonians, The Princess Casamassima, The Reverberator, The Tragic Muse, The Other House, The Spoils of Poynton, What Maisie Knew, The Awkward Age, The Sacred Fount, The Wings of the Dove, The Ambassadors, The Golden Bowl, The Outcry, The Whole Family, The Ivory Tower, The Sense of the Past THE TALES A Tragedy of Error, The Story of a Year, A Landscape-Painter, A Day of Days, My Friend Bingham, Poor Richard, The Story of a Masterpiece, The Romance of Certain Old Clothes, A Most Extraordinary Case, A Problem, etc. THE PLAYS Pyramus And Thisbe, Still Waters, A Change of Heart, Daisy Miller, Tenants, Disengaged, The Album, The Reprobate, Guy Domville, Summersoft, The High Bid, The Outcry THE TRAVEL WRITING Transatlantic Sketches, Portraits of Places, A Little Tour in France, English Hours, The American Scene, Italian Hours THE CRITICISM French Novelists and Poets, Hawthorne, Partial Portraits, Essays in London and Elsewhere, Picture and Text, Views and Reviews, Notes on Novelists, Within the Rim and Other Essays, Notes and Reviews THE AUTOBIOGRAPHIES A Small Boy and Others, Notes of a Son and Brother, The Middle Years

Crossing Design Boundaries

Author : Paul Rodgers,Libby Brodhurst,Duncan Hepburn

ISBN10 : 1482265796

Publisher : CRC Press

Number of Pages : 16

Category : Technology & Engineering

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Book Summary: This book presents over 100 papers from the 3rd Engineering & Product Design Education International Conference dedicated to the subject of exploring novel approaches in product design education. The theme of the book is "Crossing Design Boundaries" which reflects the editors’ wish to incorporate many of the disciplines associated with, and integral to, modern product design and development pursuits. Crossing Design Boundaries covers, for example, the conjunction of anthropology and design, the psychology of design products, the application of soft computing in wearable products, and the utilisation of new media and design and how these can be best exploited within the current product design arena. The book includes discussions concerning product design education and the cross-over into other well established design disciplines such as interaction design, jewellery design, furniture design, and exhibition design which have been somewhat under represented in recent years. The book comprises a number of sections containing papers which cover highly topical and relevant issues including Design Curriculum Development, Interdisciplinarity, Design Collaboration and Team Working, Philosophies of Design Education, Design Knowledge, New Materials and New Technologies in Design, Design Communication, Industrial Collaborations and Working with Industry, Teaching and Learning Tools, and Design Theory.

Philip Roth

Author : Blake Bailey

ISBN10 : 1510769730

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

Number of Pages : 912

Category : Biography & Autobiography

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Book Summary: “I don’t want you to rehabilitate me,” Philip Roth said to his only authorized biographer, Blake Bailey. “Just make me interesting.” Granted complete independence and access, Bailey spent almost ten years poring over Roth’s personal archive, interviewing his friends, lovers, and colleagues, and listening to Roth’s own breathtakingly candid confessions. Cynthia Ozick, in her front-page rave for the New York Times Book Review, described Bailey’s monumental biography as “a narrative masterwork … As in a novel, what is seen at first to be casual chance is revealed at last to be a steady and powerfully demanding drive. … under Bailey’s strong light what remains on the page is one writer’s life as it was lived, and―almost―as it was felt." Though Roth is generally considered an autobiographical novelist—his alter-egos include not only the Roth-like writer Nathan Zuckerman, but also a recurring character named Philip Roth—relatively little is known about the actual life on which so vast an oeuvre was supposedly based. Bailey reveals a man who, by design, led a highly compartmentalized life: a tireless champion of dissident writers behind the Iron Curtain on the one hand, Roth was also the Mickey Sabbath-like roué who pursued scandalous love affairs and aspired “[t]o affront and affront and affront till there was no one on earth unaffronted"—the man who was pilloried by his second wife, the actress Claire Bloom, in her 1996 memoir, Leaving a Doll’s House. Towering above it all was Roth’s achievement: thirty-one books that give us “the truest picture we have of the way we live now,” as the poet Mark Strand put it in his remarks for Roth’s Gold Medal at the 2001 American Academy of Arts and Letters ceremonial. Tracing Roth’s path from realism to farce to metafiction to the tragic masterpieces of the American Trilogy, Bailey explores Roth’s engagement with nearly every aspect of postwar American culture.

The Hindus

Author : Wendy Doniger

ISBN10 : 110102870X

Publisher : Penguin

Number of Pages : 800

Category : Religion

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Book Summary: From one of the world?s foremost scholars on Hinduism, a vivid reinterpretation of its history An engrossing and definitive narrative account of history and myth that offers a new way of understanding one of the world?s oldest major religions, The Hindus elucidates the relationship between recorded history and imaginary worlds. Hinduism does not lend itself easily to a strictly chronological account: many of its central texts cannot be reliably dated even within a century; its central tenets?karma, dharma, to name just two?arise at particular moments in Indian history and differ in each era, between genders, and caste to caste; and what is shared among Hindus is overwhelmingly outnumbered by the things that are unique to one group or another. Yet the greatness of Hinduism?its vitality, its earthiness, its vividness?lies precisely in many of those idiosyncratic qualities that continue to inspire debate today. Wendy Doniger is one of the foremost scholars of Hinduism in the world. With her inimitable insight and expertise Doniger illuminates those moments within the tradition that resist forces that would standardize or establish a canon. Without reversing or misrepresenting the historical hierarchies, she reveals how Sanskrit and vernacular sources are rich in knowledge of and compassion toward women and lower castes; how they debate tensions surrounding religion, violence, and tolerance; and how animals are the key to important shifts in attitudes toward different social classes. The Hindus brings a fascinating multiplicity of actors and stories to the stage to show how brilliant and creative thinkers?many of them far removed from Brahmin authors of Sanskrit texts?have kept Hinduism alive in ways that other scholars have not fully explored. In this unique and authoritative account, debates about Hindu traditions become platforms from which to consider the ironies, and overlooked epiphanies, of history.

Fundamentals of the Futures Market

Author : Donna Kline

ISBN10 : 9780071379885

Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional

Number of Pages : 256

Category : Business & Economics

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Book Summary: From the basics of open outcry trading to advanced technical indicators, Fundamentals of the Futures Market gives beginning futures traders everything they need to get started. This hands-on workbook walks readers through the entire process to read and understand major reports, track prices, follow the major indicators, and more. In today’s fast-paced futures trading arena, it provides the tools readers need to trade in any commodity market—grains, metals, or financials—and minimize risk as they sharpen their trading skills.

The Complete Guide to Single Stock Futures

Author : Russell R. Wasendorf,Elizabeth Thompson

ISBN10 : 0071442987

Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional

Number of Pages : 356

Category : Business & Economics

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Book Summary: Single stock futures are quickly becoming among the market's most important trading vehicles, and Russell Wasendorf's Peregrine Financial Group accounts for 20 to 50 percent of daily U.S. trading volume! In The Complete Guide to Single Stock Futures, Wasendorf provides traders with: Analyses of the latest rules and regulations How to apply technical and fundamental analysis • Best exchanges for trading Essential valuation techniques • And much more

A Collection of Stories, Reviews and Essays

Author : Willa Cather

ISBN10 : 1609773349

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

Number of Pages : 240

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: Willa Sibert Cather (1873-1947) was an eminent American author. She spent her childhood in Red Cloud, Nebraska, the same town that has been made famous by her writing. She insisted on attending college, so her family borrowed money so she could enroll at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While there, she became a regular contributor to the Nebraska State Journal. She then moved to Pittsburgh, where she taught high school English and worked for Home Monthly, and eventually got a job offer from McClure's Magazine in New York City. Later, she became the managing editor in 1908. The latter publication serialized her first novel, Alexander's Bridge (1912), which was heavily influenced by Henry James. For her novels she returned to the prairie for inspiration, and these works became popular and critical successes. She won the Pulitzer Prize in 1923 for One of Ours (1922). Her other works include: O Pioneers (1913), The Song of the Lark (1915), My Antonia (1918) and A Lost Lady (1923).

Gender and Subjectivities in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature and Culture

Author : P. Zhu

ISBN10 : 1137514736

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 194

Category : Literary Criticism

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Book Summary: Through both cultural and literary analysis, this book examines gender in relation to late Qing and modern Chinese intellectuals, including Mu Shiying, Bai Wei, and Lu Xun. Tackling important, previously neglected questions, Zhu ultimately shows the resilience and malleability of Chinese modernity through its progressive views on femininity.