krainaksiazek the moon seems to change 20129542
- znaleziono 19 produktów w 5 sklepach
The Sun Is Out In The Day And Always Has A Circle Shape. The Moon's Shape Seems To Change And You Can Sometimes See It In The Daytime And At Night. What Are The Sun And The Moon? How Are They The Same And How Do They Differ? Hop Into Your Spaceship And Find Out!
Memphis Recordings Vol. 1 Documents
Muzyka>Rock>Rock & Roll
1. Drivin' Slow 2. Flat Tire 3. Trouble (Will Bring You Down) 4. Got My Application, Baby 5. We All Gotta Go Sometime 6. She May Be Yours 7. Seems Like A Million Years 8. Baker Shop Boogie 9. Easy 10. Before Long 11. Bear Cat 12. Walking In The Rain 13. Heaven Or Fire 14. Tears And Wine 15. Lonesome Old Jail 16. Greyhound Blues 17. Call Me Anything, But Call Me 18. Baby, No, No! 101. Take A Little Chance 102. Time Has Made A Change 103. Just Walkin' In The Rain 104. Baby Please 105. Feelin' Good 106. Fussin' And Fightin' Blues 107. Tiger Man (King Of The Jungle) 108. Save That Money 109. My God Is Real 110. Softly And Tenderly 111. Silver Bells 112. Blues Waltz 113. A Prisoner's Prayer 114. I Know 115. Love My Baby 116. Mystery Train 117. Come Back Baby 118. Chicago Breakdown 201. Beggin' My Baby 202. Somebody Told Me 203. No Teasing Around 204. If Lovin' Is Believing 205. Wolf Call Boogie 206. Harmonica Jam 207. Boogie Blues 208. In The Dark 209. Troublesome Waters 210. I Must Be Saved 211. My Baby 212. Straighten Up Baby 213. If You Love Me 214. Alone And Blue 215. Fallen Angel 216. Gonna Dance All Night 217. Now She Cares No More 218. My Kind Of Carryin' On 301. I'm Not Going Home 302. The Woodchuck 303. The Snuggle 304. Bourbon Street Jump 305. The Great Medical Menagerist 306. Rockin' Chair Daddy 307. Cotton Crop Blues 308. Hold Me In Your Arms 309. There Is Love In You 310. What'll You Do Next 311. Why Do I Cry 312. Right Or Wrong 313. That's All Right 314. Blue Moon Of Kentucky 315. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine 316. Good Rockin' Tonight 317. Drinkin' Wine Spodee-o-dee 318. Just Rolling Along 401. The Boogie Disease 402. Juke Box Boogie 403. Every Night 404. Look To Jesus 405. Move Baby Move 406. When It Rains It Pours 407. Milkcow Blues Boogie 408. You're A Heartbreaker 409. Don't Believe 410. Uncertain Love 411. I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone 412. Baby Let's Play House 413. I Feel So Worried (With Willie Johnson) 414. So Long Baby Goodbye (With Willie Johnson) 415. Red Hot 416. No Greater Love 417. Lookin' For My Baby 418. Homesick For My Baby 501. Hey, Porter 502. Cry! Cry! Cry! 503. Don't Do That! 504. Sitting By My Window 505. I Forgot To Remember To Forget 506. Mystery Train 507. Let The Juke Box Keep On Playing 508. Gone, Gone, Gone 509. The House Of Sin 510. Are You Ashamed Of Me 511. Ain't That Right 512. Bring Your Love Back Home 513. Just Love Me Baby 514. Weeping Blues 515. The Signifying Monkey 516. Listen To Me Baby 517. How Long 518. Daydreams Come True 601. There's No Right Way To Do Me Wrong 602. You Can Tell Me 603. Defrost Your Heart 604. A Wedding Gown Of White 605. So Doggone Lonesome 606. Folsom Prison Blues 607. Little Fine Healthy Thing 608. Something For Nothing 609. Blue Suede Shoes 610. Honey, Don't 611. Sure To Fall 612. Tennessee 613. No More, No More 614. They Call Our Love A Sin 615. The Chicken (Dance With You) 616. Love For You Baby 617. Gonna Romp And Stomp 618. Bad Girl 701. Rock 'N' Roll Ruby 702. I'd Rather Be Safe Than Sorry 703. Slow Down 704. A Fool For Lovin' You 705. Get Rhythm 706. I Walk The Line 707. Ooby Dooby 708. Go! Go! Go! 709. Boppin' The Blues 710. All Mama's Children 711. Welcome To The Club 712. I Won't Be Rockin' Tonight 713. Trouble Bound 714. Rock With Me Baby 715. Rockin' With My Baby 716. It's Me Baby 717. Red Headed Woman 718. We Wanna Boogie 801. Fiddle Bop 802. Juke Box, Help Me Find My Baby 803. I'm Sorry, I'm Not Sorry 804. Dixie Fried 805. Black Jack David 806. Ubangi Stomp 807. Rockhouse 808. You're My Baby 809. I Need A Man 810. No Matter Who's To Blame 811. Come On Little Mama 812. Where'd You Stay Last Night? 813. Ten Cats Down 814. Finders Keepers 815. Take And Give (Feat. Sandy Brooks) 816. Do What I Do (Feat. Sandy Brooks) 817. Shoobie Oobie 818. Cheese And Crackers 901. Train Of Love 902. There You Go 903. Crazy Arms 904. End Of The Road 905. Flyin' Saucers Rock 'N' Roll 906. I Want You Baby 907. Matchbox 908. Your True Love 909. Feelin' Low 910. Lonesome For My Baby 911. Restless 912. Ain't Got A Thing 913. I'll Be Around 914. I'll Wait Forever 915. Sweet And Easy To Love 916. Devil Doll 917. Don't Make Me Go 918. Next In Line
Tennessee Plowboy RETROSPECTIVE-GBR
1. The Cattle Call 2. Each Minute Seems A Million Years 3. I Couldn't Believe It Was True 4. All Alone In This World Without You 5. Can't Win, Can't Place, Can't Show 6. What Is Life Without Love? 7. That's How Much I Love You 8. To My Sorrow 9. It's A Sin 10. Don't Bother To Cry 11. I'll Hold You In My Heart 12. Bouquet Of Roses 13. What A Fool I Was 14. The Prisoner's Song 15. Rockin' Alone In An Old Rocking Chair 16. It Makes No Difference Now 17. Will The Circle Be Unbroken? 18. Molly Darling 19. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes 20. Then I Turned & Walked Slowly Away 21. Texarkana Baby 22. My Daddy Is Only A Picture 23. There's Not A Thing I Wouldn't Do For You 24. Anytime 25. A Heart Full Of Love 26. Just A Little Lovin' 27. There's No Wings On My Angel 28. The Echo Of Your Footsteps 101. This Is The Thanks I Get For Loving You 102. Don't Rob Another Man's Castle 103. Little Angel With The Dirty Face 104. Show Me The Way Back To Your Heart 105. One Kiss Too Many 106. I'm Throwing Rice At The Girl I Love 107. Why Should I Cry? 108. Take Me In Your Arms & Hold Me 109. Chained To A Memory 110. Cuddle Buggin' Baby 111. Enclosed, One Broken Heart 112. The Lovebug Itch 113. There's Been A Change In Me 114. Kentucky Waltz 115. Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed 116. Bundle Of Southern Sunshine 117. I Wanna Play House With You 118. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again 119. Somebody's Been Beatin' My Time 120. Easy On The Eyes 121. A Full Time Job 122. Older & Bolder 123. Eddy's Songs 124. Free Home Demonstration 125. Mama, Come Get Your Baby Boy 126. I Really Don't Want To Know 127. Just Call Me Lonesome 128. Hep Cat Baby 129. I've Been Thinking 130. That Do Make It Nice 131. You Don't Know Me
Sun Records - The Early Years Hallmark
Epoki muzyczne>Współczesność>XX wiek>lata 80-te
Sun Records The Early Years - 3 CD CD 11. Drivin' Slow - Johnny London, Alto Wizard2. Flat Tire - Johnny London, Alto Wizard3. Got My Application, Baby - Handy Jackson4. Trouble (Will Bring You Down) - Handy Jackson5. We All Gotta Go Sometime - Joe Hill Louis6. She May Be Yours (But She Comes To See Me Sometimes) - Joe Hill Louis7. Seems Like A Million Years - Willie Nix, The Memphis Blues Boy8. Baker Shop Boogie - Willie Nix, The Memphis Blues Boy9. Easy - Jimmy DeBerry & Walter Horton10. Before Long - Jimmy DeBerry & Walter Horton11. Bear Cat (The Answer To Hound Dog) - Rufus "Hound Dog" Thomas Jr12. walkin' In The Rain - Rufus "Hound Dog" Thomas Jr13. Heaven Or Fire - Dusty Brooks & His Tones14. Tears And Wine - Dusty Brooks & His Tones 15. Lonesome Ol' Jail - D.A. Hunt16. Greyhound Blues - D.A. Hunt17. Call Me Anything, But Call Me - Big Memphis Ma Rainey, Onzie Horne Combo18. Baby No, No! - Big Memphis Ma Rainey, Onzie Horne Combo19. Take A Little Chance - Jimmy DeBerry20. Time Has Made A Change - Jimmy DeBerry21. Baby Please - The Prisonaires22. Just Walkin' In The Rain - The Prisonaires CD 21. Feelin' Good - Little Junior's Blue Flames2. Fussin' And Fighting (Blues) - Little Junior's Blue Flames3. Tiger Man (King Of The Jungle) - Rufus Thomas, Jr4. Save That Money - Rufus Thomas, Jr5. My God Is Real - The Prisonaires, Confined To Tennessee State Prison6. Softly And Tenderly - The Prisonaires, Confined To Tennessee State Prison7. A Prisoner's Prayer - The Tennessee State Person8. I Know - The Prisonaires, Confined To Tennessee State Prison9. Love My Baby - Little Junior's Blue Flames10. Mystery Train - Little Junior's Blue Flames11. Come Back Baby - Doctor Ross12. Chicago Breakdown - Doctor Ross13. Beggin' My Baby - Little Milton14. Somebody Told Me - Little Milton15. No Teasing Around - Billy "The Kid" Emerson16. If Lovin' Is Believing - Billy "The Kid" Emerson17. Wolf Call Boogie - Hot Shot Love18. Harmonica Jam - Hot Shot Love19. My Baby - James Cotton20. Straighten Up, Baby - James Cotton21. If You Love Me - Little Milton22. Alone And Blue - Little Milton CD 31. Fallen Angel - Hardrock Gunter5. Gonna Dance All Night - Hardrock Gunner3. I'm Not Going Home - Billy "The Kid" Emerson4. The Woodchuck - Billy "The Kid" Emerson5. The Snuggle - Raymond Hill6. Bourbon Street Jump - Raymond Hill7. The Great Medical Menagerist - Daddy Harmonica Frank8. Rockin' Chair - Daddy Harmonica Frank9. Cotton Drop Blues - James Cotton10. Hold Me In Your Arms - James Cotton11. There Is Love In You - The Prisonaires, Recorded In The Tennessee State Prison, Nashville, Tennessee12. What'll You Do Next - The Prisonaires, Recorded In The Tennessee State Prison, Nashville, Tennessee13. Why Do I Cry - Buddy Cunningham & The Cliff Parman Orchestra14. Right Or Wrong - Buddy Cunningham & The Cliff Parman Orchestra15. That's All Right - Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill16. Blue Moon Of Kentucky - Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill17. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine - Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill18. Good Rockin' Tonight - Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill19. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Malcolm Yelvington & Star Rhythm Boys20. Just Rolling Along - Malcolm Yelvington & Star Rhythm Boys21. The Boogie Disease - Doctor Ross22. Juke Box Boogie - Doctor Ross ...
Consolations of Philosophy Penguin
Alain de Botton, best-selling author of How Proust can Change Your Life, has set six of the finest minds in the history of philosophy to work on the problems of everyday life. Here then are Socrates, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche on some of the things that bother us all; lack of money, the pain of love, inadequacy, anxiety, the fear of failure and the pressure to conform.
Sun Blues Story ONE DAY MUSIC
1. B.b. King - Fine Looking Woman 2. Howlin' Wolf - Moanin' At Midnight 3. Hot 'Shot' Love - Harmonica Jam 4. Joe Hill Louis - Boogie In The Park 5. Rufus Thomas, Jr. - Save That Money 6. Willie Nix - Lonesome Bedroom Blues 7. D.a. Hunt - Greyhound Blues 8. 'Harmonica' Frank - Howlin' Tom Cat 9. Little Junior's Blue Flames - Fussin' & Fightin' 10. Lost John Hunter - Cool Down Mama 11. Jimmy & Walter - Easy 12. B.b. King - Don't You Want A Man Like Me 13. James Cotton - My Baby 14. Billy Emerson - Something For Nothing 15. Willie Nix - Truckin' Little Woman 16. Doctor Ross - Jukebox Boogie 17. Handy Jackson - Got My Application, Baby 18. Jimmy De Berry - Take A Little Chance 19. Little Milton - Lookin' For My Baby 20. Rufus Thomas Jr - Night Workin' Blues 101. Doctor Ross - Come Back Baby 102. Rosco Gordon - Shoobie Oobie 103. Ike Turner & Kings Of Rhythm - I'm Lonesome Baby 104. B.b. King - Hard Working Woman 105. Billy Emerson - When It Rains It Pours 106. Billy Love - Juiced 107. James Cotton - Straighten Up Baby 108. Willie Nix - Baker Shop Boogie 109. Joe Hill Louis - We All Gotta Go Sometime 110. Little Milton - If You Love Me 111. Little Junior's Blue Flames - Feelin' Good 112. Billy Emerson - Little Fine Healthy Thing 113. Sammy Lewis & Willie Johnson - Feel So Worried 114. Big Memphis Ma Rainey - Baby, No No 115. Willie Nix - Try One More Time 116. Billy 'Red' Love - Drop Top 117. Rufus Thomas Jr - Why Did You Deegee 118. B.b. King - She's Dynamite 119. Eddie Snow - Bring Your Love Back Home To Me 120. Howlin' Wolf - How Many More Years 201. Little Milton - Beggin' My Baby 202. Jimmy & Walter - Before Long 203. Little Junior's Blue Flames - Love My Baby 204. Howlin' Wolf - The Wolf Is At Your Door 205. James Cotton - Hold Me In Your Arms 206. D.a. Hunt - Lonesome Ol' Jail 207. B.b. King - Mistreated Woman 208. Rosco Gordon - Wise To You Baby 209. Doctor Ross - Country Clown 210. Joe Hill Louis - Gotta Let You Go 211. Lost John Hunter - Schoolboy 212. Little Milton - Somebody Told Me 213. Willie Nix - Seems Like A Million Years 214. Rosco Gordon - Too Many Women 215. Lou Sargent - Ridin' The Boogie 216. James Cotton - Cotton Crop Blues 217. Jimmy De Berry - Time Has Made A Change 218. Ike Turner & Kings Of Rhythm - Heartbroken And W 219. Rufus Thomas Jr - Walkin' In The Rain 220. Johnny London - Drivin' Slow
Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Emerson's journals of 1847-1848 deal primarily with his second visit to Europe, occasioned by a British lecture tour that began at Manchester and Liverpool in November of 1847, took him to Scotland in the following February, and concluded in London during June after he had spent a month as a sightseer in Paris. The journals of these years, alogn with associated notebooks and letters, recorded the materials for lectures that Emerson composed while abroad, for additional lectures on England and the English that he wrote shortly after his return to Concord, and ultimately, for "English Traits," the book growing out of his travels that he was to publish in 1856. Travel abroad provided a needed change for Emerson in 1847 as it had done on previous occasions, though with his usual discounting of the values of mere change of place he was slow in deciding to make the trip. Discouragement with the prevailing political climate at the time of the Mexican War and the old uncertainty about his own proper role in the "Lilliput" of American society were much on his mind as the year began. In March he thought of withdraing temporarily "from all domestic & accustomed relations"--preferably to enjoy "an absolute leisure with books," thought he also recognized the want of some "stated task" to stimulate his flagging vitality; in July he finally agreed to accept a long-standing invitation to visit England as a lecturer. As matters turned out, a full schedule of lectures and travel, unexpectedly heavy social engagements along the way, and proliferating correspondence left Emerson little time for reading but did not prevent him from filling his journals with sharp observations on the passing scene. As Emerson moved about England his acknowledged admiration for the English rose every day, though he was careful to distinguish their less admirable qualities. The Englishman's "stuff or substance seems to be the best of the world," he told Margaret Fuller. "I forgive him all his pride. My respect is the more generous that I have no sympathy with him, only an admiration." He took a wry amusement from the new experience of being lionized by his hosts. In his journals are lively portraits of those who entertained him, such as Richard Monckton Milnes, his particular sponsor in the society of London and Paris, and sketches of literary notables including Rogers, Dc Quincey, Wilson, Tennyson, and Dickens. He renewed acquaintance with Wordsworth and recorded in detail the pronouncements of his old friend Carlyle. Settling in London in March and April of 1848, he divided his time between work at his desk, visits to nearby points of interest, and the mixed pleasures of a busy social life. In May he went to France just as an abortive uprising against the new provisional government was brewing. Four weeks in Paris served to correct his old "prejudice" against the French, who on closer acquaintance rose in his estimation just as the English had done. In June he returned to London to lecture, and in July, after visiting Stonehenge with Carlyle, he sailed home. As the journals reveal, he reached Concord refreshed and renewed by the change of scene, the new acquaintance, and the generous reception that the trip had brought him, and with an enlarged perspective that revealed to him once again the "proper glory" of his own country.
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Excerpt from An Ex-Slaveholder's View of the Negro Question in the South Heretofore the Race Question in the United States has been local, sectional and more or less sentimental. But now it is one of the most important National questions before us; and the necessity of dealing; not only with the Black man and with the remnant of the Red man in continental America. but with the Hawaiian, the Japanese, the Chinaman and the Philippino in our new Pacific Islands and with the mixed races in our new West Indian Islands, makes it a highly important question. That "History is philosophy teaching by example" is a saying as old as Cicero. Ix:t us look at the history of our contact with other races dispassionately and take lessons calmly for our future from what has occurred in our past. I suppose that Gail Hamilton's contention will be admitted that "If God made the white man white, the yellow man yellow, and the black man black, He intended for the white man to remain white, the yellow man yellow and the black man black." He prevents the loss of species in the lower animals by the infecundity of hybrids. He seems to have protected the integrity of race types among men by Race Antagonism. At any rate race antagonism is a patent and a potent factor which must be reckoned with in any philosophical study of history; and the effect, of race antagonism. visible everywhere and always whenever different races conic into contact, is no where more visible than in the contact of our race with other races. What our race-history was in prehistoric times we can only guess at; but History teaches that the Roman, who subjugated and absorbed so many other races, failed in all his attempts 011 the Teuton, and Augustus on his death bed said with tears to Varus, who had been sent to subjugate Germany, "O Varus, my legions, my legions, where are my legions?" And History teaches very clearly that the race characteristics of the Angles and Saxons are more distinct and more permanent than those of any other of Teutonic tribes who overwhelmed the Roman Empire. The other Teutonic invaders of Southern and Western Europe lost their language and much of their race identity and were themselves absorbed, or were at least greatly modified, by their subjects. They failed to change the names even of the countries which they overran. Grćcia remains Greece, Italia is Italy, Hispania is Spain; and though the Franks changed the name of Gallia to France, they lost their language and race identity so completely and were so thoroughly Latinized that the French are the head of the Latin races to-day. And the latinized Franks who went to England with William the Norman lost their language and identity a second time at the hands of the English. But the Angles and Saxons who landed with Hengist and Horsa in 449 changed Britain to Angle-Land, and it has been England ever since. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Physics in Anaesthesia SCION PUBLISHING
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
From reviews: "Its warm and familiar style of writing makes it accessible for all. Throughout each of the 29 chapters, there was a real feel that the authors knew what was needed of you...Many of the questions I spent hours flicking through appendices in other books for were clearly answered here...There is a nice feel to this book. It is as if someone has sat down and really thought about each chapter. It feels more like your clever friend than a textbook. Current curriculums have been considered, as have common themes and questions...In conclusion, although I have always believed that examination topics, with all randomness and occasional obscurity, can and never will be fully covered by a solo text, this book comes close. It is an excellent core text for anyone needing to learn physics in anaesthesia." European Journal of Anaesthesiology, April 2014 "Overall, Physics in Anaesthesia succeeds in providing a concise and easy to read review text covering what has historically been a dry and difficult to present topic. The book is easy to understand and sufficiently covers most topics one would expect from such a book. It seems well suited for those studying for exams, but it can also serve as a good reference text for all levels of anesthesia providers." Anesthesiology, September 2013 "This is an excellent refreshing and practical text when compared with various older textbooks on physics for anesthesia...The text is written in a concise, uncomplicated, and easily understood manner, and representative clinical scenarios are often used...In my view, this is a superb teaching textbook on basic physics...I would recommend this textbook to our Anesthesia Post-Graduate Program!" Canadian Journal of Anesthesia (2012) 59: 1161-1162 "...a refreshing change from the more traditional textbooks with their pages of derivations and small, bland, obscure figures..." Technic: The Journal of Operating Department Practice, May 2012 Volume Issue 3 "...this text provides a fantastic resource for those wishing to consolidate their learning...A major strength of this book is its clear writing style. The well organised text is supported by excellent diagrams and highlighted key terms. There are clear learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, with a short summary and a multiple choice question test at the end...Overall, this is an excellent resource and essential revision tool." Nursing Standard, June 2012, 30: vol. 26 no. 41 "This is a book specifically for anesthesia professionals written by Anesthetists, Physicists and Perfusionists. After reading the book cover to cover I can say without reservation, it is most certainly the easiest book on physics I have ever read. The simple and intuitive layout, easy to understand diagrams, relevant objectives and the quizzes at the end of each chapter help me expand my understanding of topics I was already a master of. That is saying something. This book is not just a 'must have' for students of anesthesia and any prospective anesthesia students looking to brush up before training but also for the working Nurse Anesthetists as a quick and easy to use reference." www.nurse-anesthesia.org, June 2012 Physics in Anaesthesia caters especially for those who consider themselves non-physicists. It covers the FRCA syllabus in an informative and accessible way from the very basics, and provides an important link between theory and practice. Worked examples highlight the relevance to clinical practice, and along with graphs and charts, make the basics of physics understandable not only to doctors, but also to operating department practitioners and students. It does not assume that readers will have A level physics. Two different types of self-assessment questions at the end of each chapter will test understanding of the key concepts, while a summary section for each topic is ideal as a rapid refresher, highlighting any problem areas.
Werewolf of Fever Swamp Scholastic
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
They're baa-ack! Make way for the bestselling children's series of all time! With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids. So reader beware--you're in for a scare! There is something weird happening in Fever Swamp. Something really horrible. It started with the strange howling at night. Then there was the dead rabbit. Everyone thinks Grady's new dog is responsible. After all, he looks just like a wolf. And he seems a little on the wild side. But Grady knows his dog is just a regular old dog. And most dogs don't howl at the moon. Or disappear at midnight. Or change into terrifying creatures when the moon is full. Or do they?
Positively The. . FRESH SOUND
1. I Like The Likes Of You 2. I'm Beginning To See The Light 3. What's New? 4. Too Young For The Blues 5. That Old Devil Moon 6. It Might As Well Be Spring 7. Something I Dreamed Last Night 8. Heart & Soul 9. My Heart Belongs To Daddy 10. Just Squeeze Me 11. Oh, But I Do! 12. So In Love 13. The Best Thing For You 14. Nobody Else But Me 15. Aren't You Glad You're You 16. Let There Be Love 17. I Concentrate On You 18. For All We Know 19. This Can't Be Love 20. I'm Old Fashioned 21. Cherokee 101. Why Try To Change Me Now 102. A Wonderful Guy 103. This Heart Of Mine 104. Seems Like Long, Long Ago 105. Makin' Whoopee 106. What's Wrong With Me 107. A Lot Of Livin' To Do 108. Out Of This World 109. 'Round Midnight 110. Hey! Jealous Lover 111. Hard Hearted Hannah 112. Blues In The Night 113. I Feel A Song Comin' On 114. You Came A Long Way From St. Louis 115. My Ship 116. Ev'rything I've Got 117. Why Shouldn't I? 118. I Feel Pretty
Addresses Delivered at Public Services at Bowdoin College, October Twenty-Fourth, Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen Forgotten Books
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Excerpt from Addresses Delivered at Public Services at Bowdoin College, October Twenty-Fourth, Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen: And Other Tributes to the Memory of President William Dewittt Hyde Bowdoin College has lost a great president and gained a great memory. The workman lays down his tools, the teacher's voice grows silent, the friend passes from sight; but the work continues, the inspiration of personality remains, the friend takes on a new and mysterious power. It is but half a year ago that the man we remember with so profound a sense of loss delivered before his fellow townspeople a vigorous address on the great war, and was in the full activity of his college work. He afterwards wrote his baccalaureate sermon, though he did not deliver it. All this seems very recent - and now the change. He lives and works among us to-day as an invisible presence. We shall know him henceforth as a great and dynamic memory. My acquaintance with President Hyde covered the entire period of his connection with the college; my more intimate association, through membership in the Board of Trustees, exactly the second half of that period. I have seen him at the council table, in the class-room, in the pulpit, on the educational platform, in the social gathering, at the public dinner, on the railway train, on the playground, at the vacation resort, and in his own home. I have known him in times of gladness and in times of trial; when the world praised him and when blame and criticism were his lot. And from no time or place in this long and varied experience do I recall any word or deed of his unworthy of a true man; but, on the contrary, many a kindly or uplifting utterance, and many an act revealing a large and generous soul. He was one and the same man everywhere and always. The warp and woof of his life were as a garment woven without seam and worn without blemish. There are many sides to the nature of any man of vision and power. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
International Bimetallism (Classic Reprint) Forgotten Books
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Excerpt from International Bimetallism By invitation of the President and Fellows of Harvard University, I delivered a course of lectures on Bimetallism in that institution during the academic term now drawing to a close. Of those lectures this book is the public outcome. The material thus brought together is now published, the lecture form being abandoned, while the order of topics and the style of treatment arc preserved. I am much indebted to Prof. Willard Fisher, of Wesleyan University, and to President Andrews, of Brown University, for their generous assistance. Prof. Fisher has kindly read, not only the manuscript, but the proofs of this work. While he cannot, under the conditions of a hurried revision and publication, be held responsible for any errors which may still remain, I gladly acknowledge many valuable suggestions and corrections from his pen. While I began to write on money for the newspapers as early as 1858, my published works on the subject began with the issue of my large treatise in 1878. The year following I delivered a course of lectures in the Lowell Institute, of Boston, which were brought out in book form under the title Money, Trade, and industry. I do not know that I have had occasion to change a single one of the opinions expressed in those volumes. The subject seems to me, as it has always seemed, a perfectly simple one if prejudice and passion are not allowed to obscure it. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Glass People Ballantine Books
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
"POWERFUL. . .GODWIN IS BRILLIANT. . .DEFTLY PLOTTED AND IMAGINED. . . [It] deepened my long-cherished belief about certain forms of art: that in exploring extremities of human behavior, in forcing us to wade through real or metaphorical blood, such art saves us from these experiences and is cathartic in the best sense of the term."--Joyce Carol OatesThe Washington PostFrancesca married her husband Cameron, an ambitious Los Angeles district attorney, because he asked. Beautiful and pampered, she has never worked and has never wanted to. She lives only to appreciate the finer things and to be adored. But after four years of marriage, she finds herself unable to move, to dress in the morning, or to take the elevator outside.Lately, she finds her days drifting by in a haze. She'd like to leave Cameron, but the effort seems too great. Instead, she visits her mother, once her closest confidante, now indifferent and distant. As Francesca prays for rescue, change makes a surprise appearance, and suddenly she is faced with the choice between an awkward life and a slow, comfortable death. . . ."Deceptively subtle: it would be easy to skim right over all the deep things the author is saying and read her book as a well-written surface story of a beautiful woman who makes an abortive bid for freedom....I have been crying out for contemporary woman's new consciousness to express or define itself in a good novel....Here it is: Glass People by Gail Godwin."--Anatole Broyard The New York Times
szukaj w Kangoo krainaksiazek the moon seems to change 20129542
Sklepy zlokalizowane w miastach: Warszawa, Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, Katowice
Szukaj w sklepach lub całym serwisie
t1=0.113, t2=0, t3=0, t4=0.024, t=0.113