Encyclopedia Of The Novel

Author: Paul Schellinger
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135918260
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Sasa Comanesteanu is motivated by deep intellectual affinities: both characters
live absorbed in their rich inner lives, relating to each other from the remoteness
of an illusion. ... Sign of the Crab], Nunta Domnitei Ruxandra [19 32; Princess
Ruxandra's Wedding], Viata lui Stefan cel Mare [1934; The Life of Stephen the
Great], Fratii Jderi [193 5—4 2; The Jderi Brothers], Nicoara Potcoava [1952;
Nicoara Horseshoe]), to modern history (Strada Ldpusneanu [1917; The
Lapusneanu Street], ...

The Hatchet And The Plow

Author: William W. Betts, Jr.
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450267157
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The Life and Times of Chief Cornplanter William W. Betts Jr. ... One year after the
Treaty of Paris was finally concluded, Craig, together with his friend Stephen
Bayard, actually purchased the fort and the land upon which it stood. At some
time in the early winter of 1795, apparently not long after Cornplanter's sawmill
began operation, Craig at Fort Pitt was informed by Major Thomas Butler, in
command at Fort Franklin, that there was piled up at the sawmill a great quantity
of finished ...

The Great Pictorial History Of World Crime

Author: Jay Robert Nash
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 1461712157
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New York: Macmillan, 1987. Dillon, M., and Lehane, D. Political Murder in
Northern Ireland. London: Penguin Books, 1973. Dillon, Martin. The Shankill
Butchers: A Case Study of Mass Murder. London: Hutchinson, 1989. Dillon,
Merton L. Elijah P. Lovejoy, Abolitionist Editor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press
, 1961. Dillon, Richard H. The Hatchet Men. New York: CowardMcCann, 1972. __
. Wells Fargo Detective, A Biography of James B. Hume. New York: Coward-
McCann, 1969.

Bully For Brontosaurus Reflections In Natural History

Author: Stephen Jay Gould
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393340821
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Stephen Jay Gould. Hypocritical ambition, . . . abusing the credibility of the
multitude, has conserved the ferocity of the savage state in the midst of the virtues
of civilization. . . . After having reigned by terror [regnepar la terreur], submitting ...
for slow and painstaking construction and the potential for almost instantaneous
destruction: Thus, the passage from the semisavage state to civilization occurs
through a great number of insensible stages, and requires an immense amount
of time.

Stephen Spender

Author: John Sutherland
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195346381
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The Journals, Kazin perceived, were a chronicle of literary relationship – the
invisible social networks on which great work is strung: Shelley had never met
Keats when he wrote Adonais. Keats was lucky. Mr Spender knew Auden and
Auden knew Mr Spender and they both knew everybody else! But who, knowing
anything about them at all, can read 'Auden's Funeral' without realizing that all
this will go down in history as the great association that some English poets have
made their ...

Hatchet Job

Author: Mark Kermode
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447230523
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However cruel we may have been, traditionally the creative fraternity have given
as good as they've got. 'What decent person would want to spend a life picking
and cavilling?' asked the sainted Stephen Fry, dismissing the entire canon of
criticism in biblical terms. 'Picture this scene. A critic arrives at the gates of
heaven. “And what did you do?” asks Saint Peter. “Well,” says the dead soul, “I
criticized things.” “I beg your pardon?” “You know, other people wrote things,
performed things, ...

A History Of The Criminal Law Of England

Author: James Fitzjames Stephen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108060749
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James Fitzjames Stephen. TRIALS. __.._ with a flint-stone, Chretien the girl, and
J oanon the mother. A disgusting controversy arose between Chretien and De—
champs on this subject, each wishing to throw upon the other the imputation of
having murdered the girl and committed the rape. Dechamps had the advantage
in it, as the state of his health ... Each declared that the other out the women's
throats with the hatchet. 2 Joanon declared on his interrogatory that he had
nothing to ...

A Brief History Of The Roman Empire

Author: Stephen P. Kershaw
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1780330499
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Stephen P. Kershaw. majority wanted peace; the Optimate hawks wanted Caesar
destroyed whatever the cost; and everyone saw war as preferable to compromise
. The ensuing civil war came to be etched on the Roman consciousness in a very
painful way. In Virgil's Aeneid the ... You, be the first to renounce it, my son of
heavenly lineage, You be the first to bury the hatchet!3 But the only place where
Caesar would have buried a hatchet was in Pompey's head. He overran Italy,
then, ...

The Alps A Human History From Hannibal To Heidi And Beyond

Author: Stephen O'Shea
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393634191
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Stephen O'Shea. food. One day one fellow finished his small cask of wine, and,
instead of taking it back to his lodgings, he affixed it to Barry's throat so that they
wouldn't have to stare at the damned hole any longer. In time, the workmen
finished their job and returned to Italy, but the cask ... The event soon led the
fractious monarchs of the time to bury the hatchet and unite to drive the Muslims
from what would become the Great St. Bernard Pass, where they are not fondly
remembered.