Worst Words

Author: Ralston Finney

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 80

View: 131

This powerful collection of poems are a brilliant take on some of the terrifying experiences of armed combat situations. From childhood to adulthood, to depression and hope, these poems are sure to entertain and inspire.

The Worst Words

Author: Amritesh Kumar

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 114

View: 231

A book about love which would touch your soul and take you to the journey of being in love.This book is for those who believe in true love. A collection of words with feelings and life. It's a celebration of joy and pain of being in love for the very first time. Dedicated to all those who loved someone truly!!!This is a debut book written by Amritesh Kumar
Language Arts & Disciplines

The Best Words

Author: Robert Hartwell Fiske

Publisher: Marion Street Press

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 175

View: 570

"More than 200 of the most excellent, most desirable, most sensible, most suitable, most satisfying words"--P. [4] of cover.
Education

The Baseball Coaching Bible

Author: Jerry Kindall

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 369

View: 442

Covers all aspects of coaching baseball including creating effective practive sessions, motivating players, and building a successful program.
Psychology

A Pattern of Madness

Author: Neville Symington

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 248

View: 607

Author of many respected psychoanalytic works including Narcissism: A New Theory, Emotion and Spirit, Making of a Psychotherapist and Spirit of Sanity, the distinguished psychoanalyst Neville Symington's latest book expands, refines and deepens what has become an ever more impressive, far-reaching and absorbing inquiry into the nature of madness and sanity. It is Symington's central contention that the core psychopathology of our times can be identified and designated as narcissism, although self-centredness, egoism or solipsism might serve equally well. Critical of psychiatry's mere symptomatology, and of much psychotherapeutic practice as superficial and sterile, the present volume probes compellingly into the narcissistic pattern in an effort to delineate its structure in all its complexity and thereby gain a measure of perspective and distance from this most intractable of psychic states.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Words on Words

Author: David Crystal

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 580

View: 765

From Homer ("winged words") to Robert Burns ("Beware a tongue that's smoothly hung") to Rudyard Kipling ("Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind"), writers from all over the world have put pen to paper on the inexhaustible topic of language. Yet surprisingly, their writings on the subject have never been gathered in a single volume. In Words on Words, David and Hilary Crystal have collected nearly 5,000 quotations about language and all its intriguing aspects: speaking, reading, writing, translation, verbosity, usage, slang, and more. As the stock-in-trade of so many professions—orators, media personalities, writers, and countless others—language's appeal as a subject is extraordinarily relevant and wide-ranging. The quotations are grouped thematically under 65 different headings, from "The Nature of Language" through the "Language of Politics" to "Quoting and Misquoting." This arrangement enables the reader to explore a topic through a variety of lenses, ancient and modern, domestic and foreign, scientific and casual, ironic and playful. Three thorough indexes—to authors, sources, and key words—provide different entry points into the collection. A valuable resource for professional writers and scholars, Words on Words is for anyone who loves language and all things linguistic.
Political Science

When I Look Into the Mirror and See You

Author: Margaret Randall

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 216

View: 341

Through direct testimony, historical narrative, and photographs, relates the 1980's kidnap, imprisonment, and torture of social activists Nora Miselem of Hondurus and Maria Suarez Toro of Costa Rico. Details the support they gave each other while incarceration, what they did to achieve release, and their attempts to reconstruct their lives afterwards. [back cover].
Poetry

Ezra Pound's Confucian Translations

Author: Mary Paterson Cheadle

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN:

Category: Poetry

Page: 323

View: 871

Provides bold insights into Pound's Fascism.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Note Taking & Outlining, Grades 3 - 5

Author:

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 573

Note taking and outlining are critical study skills that apply to every facet of a student's academic life, from test preparation, book reports, science projects, and creative writing to oral reports, speeches, and class debates. Students need sound study habits to keep pace with grade level requirements and to do well on standardized tests. Taking useful notes and properly outlining assignments can save a student precious study time as well as increase his or her confidence and academic success. The activities in this book offer students a myriad of opportunities to work with many resources such as fiction and nonfiction, newspaper articles, advertisements, recipes, and more! By learning to classify data, determine fact from opinion, take notes in a variety of formats, and write effective outlines, your students are certain to gain valuable skills that they can use throughout their lives, whether in school, at home, or in a career.