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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...from: Lidija Rangelovska – write to: palma@unet.com.mk Visit the Author Archive of Dr. Sam Vaknin in "Central Europe Review": http://www.ce-revi... ...e Archive – Click HERE! Philosophical Musings and Essays http://samvak.tripod.com/culture.html Malignant Self Love – Narcissism Revisited http:/... ...samvak.tripod.com/ ISBN: 9989-929-40-8 Created by: LIDIJA RANGELOVSKA REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA C O N T E N T S I. A II. B III. C IV. D V... ...XI. The Author XXII. About "After the Rain" A Abdication Crisis The love affair of Edward, Prince of Wales (Edward VIII) and Wallis Simpson in 1... ...iene was rediscovered only in the late 19th century, having been popular in ancient Greece and Rome almost two thousand years before. Water was... ...rnardino de Sahagun (1499-1590), a Franciscan priest with deep interest in Mexican culture, described a ritual in honor of the Aztec gods of fisher... ..., Prague and Skopje, 2000 Winner of numerous awards, among them Israel's Council of Culture and Art Prize for Maiden Prose (1997), The Rotary Club A...

Anthology of fascinating historical and scientific facts and links to relevant Web sources.

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...r your consideration © 2006-2007 All Rights Reserved Based on hundreds of newly-discovered documents in archives the world over – now … ... ...hives the world over – now … THE HITLER FILE Israel Sarid Roth is the only son of two survivors of the Holocaust. When his boss at the Genocide... ... sends him to Israel on a routine assignment, he finds himself at the deadly center of a nightmare. • What is on the floppy disk he picked up in J... ...metaphysical influence on Ashok, my Indian amanuensis, who hailed from a consensual culture. Rendered well-nigh catatonic by Bauer’s volcanic erupti... ...ady of the Reich and wife of Joseph Goebbels, the Reichsminister for Propaganda and Culture. What is she doing here? I need to go through them more ... ...to mine. “She said it was Joseph Goebbels, the Reichsminister for Propaganda and Culture. At the time, he was the Gauleiter of Berlin, I think.” –... ...diators used in the arena. Other countries gave them different designations: LOK in Greece, P26 and P27 in Switzerland, Absalon in Denmark and so on...

...What was in Hitler's personal file kept by the Nazi Party's own intelligence agency, the SD? Israel Sarid Roth, only son of two survivors of the Holocaust is about to find out, as a routine assignment in Jerusalem plunges him into the center of a deadly nightmare....

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

... write to: palma@unet.com.mk or to vaknin@link.com.mk Visit the Author Archive of Dr. Sam Vaknin in "Central Europe Review": http://www.ce-revi... ...tml http://samvak.tripod.com/after.html Created by: LIDIJA RANGELOVSKA REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA C O N T E N T S I. Terrorists and Freed... ...donians III. The Black Hand IV. The Insurgents and the Swastika V. KLA – The Army of Liberation VI. Appendix: Pathological Narcissism, Group Behav... ...l Program" demanded a recognition of a Macedonian nation with its own language and culture. They stopped short of insisting on an independent state... ...nded mind games Macedonia was subjected to by the Big Powers. Misirkov believed in culture as an identity preserving force. And the purveyors and c... ...ved in culture as an identity preserving force. And the purveyors and conveyors of culture were the teachers. "So the teacher in Yugoslavia is oft... ...ghter and in both capacities he operated in the areas that are today North- Central Greece, Southwestern Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia. He ... ...r, describes lawless conditions in Macedonia, the central Balkan district between Greece, Serbia, Albania and Bulgaria. In the areas Brailsford kn... ...entated association to a power hungry monstrosity. In 1912 Bulgaria, Serbia, and Greece - former bitter foes - formed the Balkan League to confro...

...The history of four terrorist organizations in the Balkans and a general introduction to terrorism and freedom fighting. Also includes essays about religious co-existence in the Balkans and about pathological narcissism as a precursor to...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...es Information Technology Tales By expanding the sharing of knowledge, time after time InfoTech upset the balance of power within m... ...L For becoming my smart, beautiful bride in 1949 and then giving fully of herself to me and our wonderful family incomparable love, care, feeding... ...ove, care, feeding, fun, and friendship. Also for her perceptive editing of my copy over many decades, especially during the writing of this book.... ...ourish the Renaissance. 11. The Missing Keys to Science Chest Ancient Greece’s fear of the void blocked the advance of science for millennia, but... ...ia. 14. Printers as Agents of Change After the fall of Rome, Western culture focuses for centuries on guarding rather than expanding accumulate... ...) split geographically along a line that runs roughly from Scandinavia to Greece and almost touches the Black Sea. The eastward migration from the ... ...ng just to learn to read, write, and do simple arithmetic. Pictographic culture‘s rigorous nature, moreover, left priests and scribes with little ... ... for the four centuries before 1500 BC. Bringing together those different cultures must have made it obvious that they needed an easier way to commu... ...nters and gradually spread their alphabet‘s use to places as far-flung as Greece, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, southern Spain, and the British Isles...

...This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves on to tales about the wonders of the written word—great stories, many of them likely new to most readers. In them, you‘ll find all the backgrounds, foregrounds, premises, conclusions, and surprises that make up the best and most valuable books. This boo...

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Love at First Stake

By: J. Morgan

...: 1-936000-00-8 ISBN 13: 978-1-936000-00-5 Published in the United States of America Publish Date: March 29, 2009 Editor-In-Chief: Gail R. De... ...t by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc © 2009 All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any ele... ...ording or by any information retrieval and storage system without permission of the publisher. Names, characters and incidents depicted in this b... ... deal. You tell me what I want to know and I will try to cut back on the pop culture metaphors. Not promising, but I’ll at least try.” “I guess ... ...use those things weren’t recorded at that time. My earliest memories are of Greece at the height of its power.” “Damn, you are an old bastard!” I ... ...bers, but I’m scared. Get real. “Make you a deal, hot stuff. You keep your culture to yourself and I won’t try to teach you how to speak in the mo... ...uld pull that lie off for longer than a heartbeat. “Since you told me about Greece last night.” “Glad to see you were able to restrain yourself unt...

...When newbie slayer Savannah Marshall lands her first assignment, she doesn't plan on meeting the vamp of her dreams. Staking Donatello Ravell might not have been the best way to start a relationship but it sure gets her in more trouble than she bargained for. With two days to stop an insane vampire from starting a war between...

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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...from: Lidija Rangelovska – write to: palma@unet.com.mk Visit the Author Archive of Dr. Sam Vaknin in "Central Europe Review": http://www.ce-revi... ...com http://samvak.tripod.com/after.html Created by: LIDIJA RANGELOVSKA REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA C O N T E N T S I. The Author II. About "After... ...e Author II. About "After the Rain" Containing the United States I. The Roots of Anti-Americanism II. Containing the United States III. Islam... ...the United States, is often perceived as trying to impose its narcissistic pseudo-culture upon a world exhausted by wars hot and cold and corrupte... ...of brain with brawn (i.e., money or bombs), its legalistic-litigious character, its culture of instant gratification and one-dimensional over-simpl... ... foes, often one and the same. The global spread of American influence through its culture, political alliances, science and multinationals is mere... ... - but then proceeded to establish a series of protectorates throughout Asia Minor, Greece and today's Israel, Palestine, Syria, Egypt and North Afr... ...t of the Balkan, up to the very gates of Vienna, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, Romania, Greece, Ukraine, Iraq, Syria, Israel, Egypt, North Africa includ... ...llops of subventioary largesse as it does the likes of France, Spain, Portugal, and Greece is indisputable. But even a much-debated phase-in period ...

The antecedents and aftermath of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the role of the United States in international affairs.

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...ty of Chicago Manual Style by University of Chicago Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org... ...World Public Library.org Title: Chicago Style Manal Author: University of Chicago Language: English Subject: NonFiction, Reference Publisher: W... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...dsletti has said, . . . ." Deut. 3: 4b [s]. Grote, the great historian of Greece (see his History, I, 204 [second edition]), . . . . 163. Such ph... ...nd regen- erate the distracted world by the potent influence of Hellenistic culture. A world-empire, including all the lands and nations about the M... ...nd regenerate the distracted world by the potent influ- ence of Hellenistic culture. A world-empire, including all the lands and nations about the ... ...k and regenerate the dlshacted world by the potent influence of Hellenistic culture. A world.mpire. including all the lands and nations about the Me...

...In the 1890s, a proofreader at the University of Chicago Press prepared a single sheet of typographic fundamentals intended as a guide for the University community. That sheet grew into a pamphlet, and the pamphlet grew into a book--the first edition of the Manual of Sty...

...Facsimile of the 1st Edition: Manual of Style The history of The Chicago Manual of Style spans more than one hundred years, beginning in 1891 when the University of Chicago Press first opened its doors. At that time, the Press had i...

...Preface Table of Contents Rules for Composition Capitalization The Use of Italics Quotations Spelling Punctuation Divisions Footnotes Tabular Work Technical Terms Appendix Hints to Authors and Editors Hints to Proofr...

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Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism

By: Mary Mills Patrick

... SEXTUS EMPIRICUS AND GREEK SCEPTICISM A Thesis accepted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Bern Switzerland, November... ...ty of Bern Switzerland, November 1897 BY MARY MILLS PATRICK PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE, CONSTANTINOPLE TURKEY This Thesis is accomp... ...OPLE TURKEY This Thesis is accompanied by a Translation from the Greek of the First Book of the "Pyrrhonic Sketches" by Sextus Empiricus CA... ...e immediate disciples of Timon, as given by Diogenes, were not men known in Greece or mentioned in Greek writings. c the well-known testimony of Aris... ...nder discussion, as Asclepiades made that city one of the centres of medical culture. On the other hand, the fact that there is no trace of the Hypot... ... without influence on his teachings. Oriental philosophy was not unknown in Greece long before the time of Pyrrho, but his personal contact with the... ...ompare Maccoll Op. cit. After the death of Alexander and Pyrrho's return to Greece, he lived quietly with his sister at Elis, and Diogenes says that...

...The following treatise on Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism has been prepared to supply a need much felt in the English language by students of Greek philosophy. For while other schools of Greek philosophy have been exhaustively and critically discussed by English scholars, there are few sources of information available to the student who wishes to make himself fa...

...“Interest has revived in the works of Sextus Empiricus in recent times, especially, one may say, since the date of Herbart. There is much in the writings of Sextus that finds a parallel in the methods of modern philosophy. There is a common starting-point in t...

...The Historical Relations Of Sextus Empiricus-Introductory paragraph.—The name of Sextus Empiricus. His profession.—The time when he lived.—The place of his birth.—The seat of the Sceptical School while Sextus was at its head.—The character of the wri...

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The Portrait of a Lady

By: Henry James

...wn as afternoon tea. There are circum stances in which, whether you partake of the tea or not—some people of course never do—the situation is in itse... ... history offered an admirable setting to an innocent pastime. The implements of the little feast had been disposed upon the lawn of an old English cou... ...wn of an old English country house, in what I should call the perfect middle of a splendid summer afternoon. Part of the afternoon had waned, but much... ...ry justly said, after you had read the Interviewer you had lost all faith in culture. Her tendency, with this, was rather to keep the Interviewer out ... ...ne, which at times, in its strained deliberation, suggested a person of high culture speaking a foreign language. Ralph Touchett subsequently learned ... ...rmless paradox, intended to puzzle her? or was it the last refinement of high culture? She trusted she should learn in time; it would be very interesti... ...wo ladies accordingly embarked on this expedition, and spent three months in Greece, in Turkey, in Egypt. Isabel found much to interest her in these c... ...ese emotions had remained. She came back by the last of March from Egypt and Greece and made another stay in Rome. A few days after her arrival Gilber... ...or amusement). Isabel had kept her sentiments to herself, and her journey to Greece and Egypt had effectually thrown dust in her companion’s eyes. Mad...

...ew hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. There are circumstances in which, whether you partake of the tea or not--some people of course never do--the situation is in itself delightful. Those that I have in mind in beginning to unfold this simple history offered an admirable setting to an innocent pastime. The implement...

...Table of Contents: CHAPTER 1, 1 -- CHAPTER 2, 10 -- CHAPTER 3, 15 -- CHAPTER 4, 22 -- CHAPTER 5, 28 -- CHAPTER 6, 38 -- CHAPTER 7, 46 -- CHAPTER 8, 54 -- CHAPTER 9, 60 -- CHAPTER 10, 66 -- CHAPTER 11, 77 -- CHAPTER 12, 83 -- CHAPTE...

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The Prelude of 1805 in Thirteen Books

By: William Wordsworth

...don . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Book Eighth Retrospect: Love of Nature Leading to Love of Mankind . 126 Book Ninth Residence in France... ...Conclusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228 ii The Prelude of 1805 Book First Introduction: Childhood and School time OH, there is ... ...clouds And from the sky; it beats against my cheek, And seems half conscious of the joy it gives. O welcome messenger! O welcome friend! 5 A captive g... ...cture and record. 775 ’Tis true the history of my native land, With those of Greece compared and popular Rome— Events not lovely nor magnanimous, But ... ...pression worse than death Salutes the being at his birth, where grace 195 Of culture hath been utterly unknown, And labour in excess and poverty From ...

...ing in this gentle breeze, That blows from the green fields and from the clouds And from the sky; it beats against my cheek, And seems half conscious of the joy it gives. O welcome messenger! O welcome friend! A captive greets thee, coming from a house Of bondage, from yon city?s walls set free, A prison where he hath been long immured. Now I am free, enfranchised and at l...

...Table of Contents: Book First Introduction: Childhood and School-time, 1 -- Book Second Childhood and School-time (Continued), 20 -- Book Third Residence at Cambridge, 34 -- Book Fourth Summer Vacation, 53 -- Book Fifth Books, 67 -...

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

...URE UNIQUE CROPS WIND POWER WELCOME APEC DELEGATES DISCOVER ANOTHER SIDE OF HAWAI‘I OFFICIAL PUBLICATION of the APEC 2011 Hawai‘i Host Committee 3 ... ...itton Prada Salvatore Ferragamo Tiffany & Co. Hawaii’s largest collection of luxury retailers amidst 290 STORES AND RESTAURANTS. Walking distance fr... ...mber Production Manufacturing Jobs Electronic Tree Tracking/ Secured Chain of Custody Research & Development Eco-Tourism Funding Sources for Non-Pro... ...nce HAWAIIAN TRADITIONS 82 Sustainability, Harmony Built Into Hawaiian Culture 86 What Aloha Really Means Use this QR code to connect to the APE... ...es immigrants, visitors, and locals and promotes the sharing of ideas and cultures. It is no surprise that a recent study ranked Hawai‘i the number... ...alvador • Estonia • Fiji • Finland • France • French Polynesia • Germany • Greece • Guatemala Hong Kong • Hungary • India • Indonesia • Iraq • Irelan... ...me all the delegates to APEC 2011. As a bank that serves Hawaii’s diverse cultures and businesses, we hope our Islands leave a lasting impression o...

Hawaii Business Magazine in tribute to the APEC meeting of 2011.

...- 32 Air Conditioning from Seawater -- 36 America’s Most Diverse State -- 38 Local Economy -- 40 Hawai‘i’s Ties to the APEC Economies -- 42 A History of Innovation -- 44 Astronomy, and Ocean and Earth sciences -- 48 Turning Science Into Practical Inventions -- 56 Winners of the Hawai‘i Business Innovation Showcase -- 60 Breakthroughs in Health and Medicine -- 68 Hawai‘I Di...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...Information Technology Tales By expanding the sharing of knowledge, time after time InfoTech upset the balance of power within m... ...L For becoming my smart, beautiful bride in 1949 and then giving fully of herself to me and our wonderful family incomparable love, care, feeding... ...ove, care, feeding, fun, and friendship. Also for her perceptive editing of my copy over many decades, especially during the writing of this book.... ...ourish the Renaissance. 11. The Missing Keys to Science Chest Ancient Greece’s fear of the void blocked the advance of science for millennia, but... ...ia. 14. Printers as Agents of Change After the fall of Rome, Western culture focuses for centuries on guarding rather than expanding accumulate... ...) split geographically along a line that runs roughly from Scandinavia to Greece and almost touches the Black Sea. The eastward migration from t... ... just to learn to read, write, and do simple arithmetic. Pictographic culture‘s rigorous nature, moreover, left priests and scribes with little ... ... for the four centuries before 1500 BC. Bringing together those different cultures must have made it obvious that they needed an easier way to commu... ...nters and gradually spread their alphabet‘s use to places as far-flung as Greece, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, southern Spain, and the British Isles...

...This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves on to tales about the wonders of the written word—great stories, many of them likely new to most readers. In them, you‘ll find all the backgrounds, foregrounds, premises, conclusions, and surprises that make up the best and most valuable books....

... listen. We easily hallucinate word boundaries. Spaces, such as you see in writing, are absent from speech. Yet somehow we find it easy to make sense of speech. -- 2. The Gift of Memory-For millennia, mnemonics reigned over commerce, news, entertainment, and the perpetuation and refinement of crafts. -- 3. From Whence Cometh Indo-European Tongues?-Did a freshwater lake com...

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Memorials and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...LICATION Memorials and Other Papers by Thomas de Quincey is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...ty Editor, Hazleton, PA 18202 is a Portable Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of liter... ....................................................... 160 THE REVOLUTION OF GREECE. ...................................................................... ...g apart from the urban aristocracy, and standing on a dif- ferent level of culture as to intellect, of polish as to manners, and of interests as to so... ...n had thus become the great organ of human 58 Memorials, and Other Papers culture. Lady Carbery advanced half-way to meet me in these new views, find... ...n philologically profound scholars, which at that time, from the imperfect culture of philology, they could not eas- ily have been; men they were whom... ... English bar—not Pericles or Demosthenes, from the fierce democ- racies of Greece—not Paul preaching at Athens—could snatch a wreath from public homag... ...erally, whose chief business must have lain amongst the great writ- ers of Greece and Rome—cannot have found leisure to cul- tivate extensively their ...

...Excerpt: These papers I am anxious to put into the hands of your house, and, so far as regards the U.S., of your house exclusively; not with any view to further emolument, but as an acknowledgment of the services which you have already rendered me; namely, first, in having brought ...

... I. ....................................................................................................... 4 FROM THE AUTHOR, TO THE AMERICAN EDITOR OF HIS WORKS. .......................................................... 4 EXPLANATORY NOTICES......................................................................................................................................

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What Is Coming a Forecast of Things after the War

By: H. G. Wells

...What is Coming? A Forecast of Things after the War By H.G. WELLS A PENN STATE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERI... ...N STATE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION What Is Coming? A Forecast of Things after the War by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...metal supply, the great metal industries, much engineering, and most agri- culture, will be more or less completely under collective own- ership, and ... ...he community not in countries but cantons, each with its own religion, its culture and self- government, and all at peace under a polyglot and imparti... ...rman Empire as a third Habsburg dukedom or kingdom; Roumania, Bulgaria and Greece were to continue as inde- pendent Powers, German ruled. Recently Ger... ...ff as possible. She has nothing to gain and much to fear from Roumania and Greece. Her present relations with Turkey are unnatural. She has everything... ...These used to be called by the British “colonies”—though the “colonies” of Greece and Rome were really only garrison cities settled in foreign lands—a... ... will speak the closely related Italian. I do not see why this Latin black culture should not extend across equatorial Africa to meet the Indian influ...

Excerpt: What Is Coming? A Forecast of Things after the War by H. G. Wells.

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French Ways and Their Meaning

By: Edith Wharton

...obal Language Resources, Inc. All rights reserved. Based on the first edition of 1919. Electronic text created by Sara Triggs. Contents Preface . . . ... ...EIR MEANING 1 PREFACE T his book is essentially a desultory book, the result of intermittent observa tion, and often, no doubt, of rash assumption. H... ...ion. Having been written in Paris, at odd moments, during the last two years of the war, it could hardly be more than a series of disjointed notes; an... ...hose habits and opinions are threaded through and through with Mediterranean culture and the civic discipline of Rome. One can imagine the first French... ...s which humanise and unite society. And he chose “taste”—taste in speech, in culture, in manners,— as the fusing principle of his new Academy. The tra... ... more capable o than the English of appreciating the great plastic creators, Greece, Italy and France. This gift of the critical sense in those arts w... ... taste in tabloids, she will never come into her real inheritance of English culture. A gentleman travelling in the Middle West met a charming girl wh... ... an importance in France which was matched only in the most glorious days of Greece. The dramatic sense of the French, their faculty of per ceiving a... ... France and almost swept her away: almost, but not quite. Soon, Phœnicia and Greece were to reach her from the south, soon after that Rome was to stam...

...Excerpt: PREFACE; This book is essentially a desultory book, the result of intermittent observation, and often, no doubt, of rash assumption. Having been written in Paris, at odd moments, during the last two years of the war, it could hardly be more than a series of disjointed notes; and the excu...

...Table of Contents: Preface, 1 -- I ?First Impression, 4 -- I, 4 -- II, 6 -- III, 8 -- II? Reverence, 10 -- I, 10 -- II, 13 -- III, 15 -- III? Taste, 17 -- I, 17 -- II, 17 -- III, 18 -- IV, 21 -- IV? Intellectual Honesty, 24 -- I, 2...

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The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater

By: Thomas de Quincey

...QUINCEY A PENN STATE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas de Quincey is a publication of the Penn... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...t or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas de Quincey, the Pennsylvania State Univ... ...over the Grecian trag- edy, and to court which feeling the tragic poets of Greece naturally spread all their canvas, was more nearly allied to the atm... ... figure as incommensurate to this height. Not at all. The flowing dress of Greece healed all that. But, besides the cothurnus, you have heard of the m... ...worth? Worth the money? How mean a thought! T o see Helen, to see Helen of Greece, was the chief prayer of Marlow’s Dr. Faustus; the chief gift which ... ...successively fading into darkness, still cheering his languid hours by the culture of classical literature, and in his eighty-second year drawing sola... ... they no longer express themselves in the same way. In an age of imperfect culture, all passions and emotions are in a more elementary state—‘speak a ... ...ir parents’ presence. But with us, in an age of more complete intellectual culture, a thick disguise is spread over the naked foundations of human lif...

Excerpt: The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas de Quincey.

...Contents The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater ...4 THREE MEMORABLE MURDERS .............................................................................................. 4 THE TRUE RELATIONS OF THE BIBLE TO MERELY HUMAN SCIENCE.....................

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On Heroes, Hero-Worship, And the Heroic in History

By: Thomas Carlyle

...Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History by Thomas Carlyle is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furni... ...ity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...itor, Hazleton, PA 18201-1291 is a Portable Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of liter... ...er formed; which still shows it- self in the latest forms of our spiritual culture. Higher consid- erations have to teach us that the God Wish is not ... ...omer yet is veritably present face to face with every open soul of us; and Greece, where is it? Desolate for thousands of years; away, vanished; a bew... ...d existence of it all gone. Like a dream; like the dust of King Agamemnon! Greece was; Greece, except in the words it spoke, is not. The uses of this ... ... looking at the world, men then had. As in Homer we may still construe Old Greece; so in Shakspeare and Dante, after thousands of years, what our mode... ... so long as he had any basis. He has an instinct of Nature better than his culture was. His savans, Bourrienne tells us, in that voyage to Egypt were ...

...Excerpt: The text is taken from the printed ?Sterling Edition? of Carlyle?s Complete Works, in 20 volumes, with the following modifications: The footnote (there is only one) has been embedded directly into text, in brackets, [thusly]. Greek text has been transliterated into Latin charact...

................................................. 68 LECTURE IV. THE HERO AS PRIEST. LUTHER; REFORMATION: KNOX; PURITANISM. 99 LECTURE V.THE HERO AS MAN OF LETTERS. JOHNSON, ROUSSEAU, BURNS. ........ 131 LECTURE VI.THE HERO AS KING. CROMWELL, NAPOLEON: MODERN REVOLUTIONISM............................................................................................................

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...THEOLOGICAL ESSAYS AND OTHER PAPERS BY THOMAS DE QUINCEY A A A A AUTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF C C C C CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP... ...UTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF C C C C CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ON... ...LISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM-EA IUM-EA IUM-EA IUM-EA IUM-EATER TER TER TER TER, ET ,... ......................................................... 143 143 143 143 143 GREECE UNDER GREECE UNDER GREECE UNDER GREECE UNDER GREECE UNDER THE R THE ... ...and now let me ask, how many of these are found in the Heathen religion of Greece and Rome? This is an important question; it being my object to show ... ...When a man pauses for the purpose of attentively reviewing the Pantheon of Greece and Rome, what strikes him at the first with most depth of impressio... ...fer ideas absolutely sepa- rate and exclusive to themselves. In the highly cultured lan- guages of England, France, and Germany, are words, by thou- s... ...n its motive, but unfortu- nately operating with the full effect of genial culture. Mas- ters, who have made themselves notorious by indiscriminate fo... ...slamism, even in its palmy con- dition, for amalgamating with any superior culture. And the specific action of Mahometan ism in the African case, as c...

...Contents ON CHRISTIANITY, AS AN ORGAN OF POLITICAL MOVEMENT..................................4 PROTESTANTISM............................................................................................................... 39 ON THE SUPPOSED SCRIPTURAL EXPRESSION FO...

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The Best of Four

By: Paul Surdi

...Four Volume #3 Faculty Editor Jim Manis Student Editor Paul Surdi The Best of Four is a publication of The Pennsylvania State University. The Pennsylv... ...niversity is an equal opportunity university. Reflections & Opinions Best of Four Table of Contents: The College Experience from Beginning to Beginni... ................................................. .............. 14 A Stay in Greece ....................................................................... ............................................. ................ 16 The Absence of Face to Face Communication ................................................ ... and writing, formal academic language and an orientation to United States culture and student survival skills (Lehigh University 1996-97 Catalog, 35)... ...ow Andy Lin’s essay gains authority because he cites source material . Greece is a popular destination for many Europeans. While you are visiting ... ...opeans. While you are visiting Greece, not only are you experiencing Greek culture, but also German, Italian, French, and a host of other European cul... ...es are on display there. The open air markets are also a very A Stay in Greece Michael Stienbauer Michael Stienbauer Michael Stienbauer Michael Sti... ...se popular choices. Greece is to Europe what St. Thomas is to America; its culture diversity is what makes it so appealing. popular option. The market...

...Excerpt: Welcome to the third volume of the Best of Four. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you. The purpose of Best of Four is to bring the best writing produced in English 004 to the widest possible audience. Our students h...

...Best of Four Table of Contents: The College Experience from Beginning to Beginning.................................................................... 6 Bead Girl .............................................................

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The Treaty of the European Union the Maastrict Treaty, 7Th February, 1992

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...f the European Union The Maastrict Treaty, 7th February, 1992. The Treaty of the European Union: The Maastrict Treaty – February 7, 1992 is a publica... ...e European Union: The Maastrict Treaty – February 7, 1992 is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furni... ...ity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...the solidarity between their peoples while respecting their history, their culture and their traditions, DESIRING to enhance further the democratic an... ...tribution to education and training of quality and to the flowering of the cultures of the Member States; (q) a policy in the sphere of development co... ...rticle 92(3): — the following point shall be inserted: “(d) aid to promote culture and heritage conservation where such aid does not affect trading co... ...mber States: —for a first cycle of six years: Belgium, Denmark, Ger- many, Greece, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxem- bourg, Netherlands, Portugal,... ...United Kingdom; —for the following cycle of six years: Denmark, Bel- gium, Greece, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Ireland, 69 The Maastrict Treaty Ne... ... and Social Committee shall be as follows: Belgium 12 Denmark 9 Germany 24 Greece 12 Spain 21 France 24 Ireland 9 Italy 24 Luxembourg 6 Netherlands 12...

Excerpt: Treaty On European Union. A new stage in the process of European integration undertaken with the establishment of the European Communities.

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