Critical analyses of books or other monographic works.
A competitive team sport played on a rectangular field. This is the American or Canadian version of the game and also includes the form known as rugby. It does not include non-North American football (= SOCCER).
Acute or chronic pain in the lumbar or sacral regions, which may be associated with musculo-ligamentous SPRAINS AND STRAINS; INTERVERTEBRAL DISK DISPLACEMENT; and other conditions.
Behavior which may be manifested by destructive and attacking action which is verbal or physical, by covert attitudes of hostility or by obstructionism.
Acute or chronic pain located in the posterior regions of the THORAX; LUMBOSACRAL REGION; or the adjacent regions.
The heat flow across a surface per unit area per unit time, divided by the negative of the rate of change of temperature with distance in a direction perpendicular to the surface. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Group composed of associates of same species, approximately the same age, and usually of similar rank or social status.
Transmission of energy or mass by a medium involving movement of the medium itself. The circulatory movement that occurs in a fluid at a nonuniform temperature owing to the variation of its density and the action of gravity. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed; Webster, 10th ed)
The processes of heating and cooling that an organism uses to control its temperature.
Time period from 1501 through 1600 of the common era.
Presence of warmth or heat or a temperature notably higher than an accustomed norm.
The branch of surgery concerned with restoration, reconstruction, or improvement of defective, damaged, or missing structures.
Polymeric materials (usually organic) of large molecular weight which can be shaped by flow. Plastic usually refers to the final product with fillers, plasticizers, pigments, and stabilizers included (versus the resin, the homogeneous polymeric starting material). (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
Either of two fleshy protuberances at the lower posterior section of the trunk or HIP in humans and primate on which a person or animal sits, consisting of gluteal MUSCLES and fat.
Removal of localized SUBCUTANEOUS FAT deposits by SUCTION CURETTAGE or blunt CANNULATION in the cosmetic correction of OBESITY and other esthetic contour defects.
Relations of an individual, association, organization, hospital, or corporation with the publics which it must take into consideration in carrying out its functions. Publics may include consumers, patients, pressure groups, departments, etc.
The deliberate attempt to influence attitudes and beliefs for furthering one's cause or damaging an opponent's cause.
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The study of literature written in the Romance languages (French, Spanish, Italian, and others descended from Latin), including grammar, etymology, criticism, literary history, and language and linguistic history.
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Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
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Genetically developed small pigs for use in biomedical research. There are several strains - Yucatan miniature, Sinclair miniature, and Minnesota miniature.
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Writing a book review. (1/11)

A book review is a form of academic writing that provides a succinct yet critical analysis evaluating the content, style, merit and significance of a book. The reader should gain insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the book, aided by input from the reviewer. The four stages of writing a book review are: introducing the book, outlining its contents, highlighting parts of the book by selecting particular chapters or themes, and giving a detailed evaluation.  (+info)

Book reviews in medical journals. (2/11)

In a study of book reviews published in four general medical journals over a six-month period, 480 reviews were analyzed. Twenty-five features that reviewers address when evaluating a text were identified, and the frequency of commentary for each feature was determined. The mean number of features addressed per review was 9.0. Reviews averaged 389 words, but review length did not correlate with the length or scope of the book, with the number of features addressed, nor with the reviewer's assessment of the text. Extraneous commentary by the reviewer occurred in 16% of the reviews. This editorializing appeared in lengthier reviews that addressed fewer features. Favorable reviews were far more common than unfavorable ones (88.5% vs. 11.5%). Consequently, for the fifty-five books reviewed in more than one journal, agreement regarding rating of the text was high (86%). Results of this study may provide useful guidelines for reviewers of medical texts.  (+info)

Current status of biomedical book reviewing: Part IV. Major American and British biomedical book publishers. (3/11)

This is the fourth part of a comprehensive, quantitative study of biomedical book reviews. The data base of the total project was built from statistics of 3,347 reviews of 2,067 biomedical books taken from all 1970 issues of fifty-four reviewing journals. This part of the study identifies the major American and British biomedical book publishers in terms of their quantitative production of book titles reviewed, and determines the relationships among these publishers. It is found that Williams & Wilkins, Charles C Thomas, Academic Press, and Springer Verlag are the most productive biomedical book publishers in terms of books reviewed in 1970. These four publishers accounted for 32% of the 1,674 books available in the United States and reviewed in the reviewing media in 1970. Williams & Wilkins is especially significant by virtue of reprint activity. The present study also explores the price trend of biomedical books. It is found that the mean price for 1,077 books studied was $16.20 per volume, with a standard deviation of $9.42.  (+info)

Current status of biomedical book reviewing: Part V. Most frequently reviewed biomedical books in 1970. (4/11)

This final part in a series of five articles on biomedical book reviewing consists of a list of 145 biomedical monographs which were reviewed four or more times in the year 1970.  (+info)

Current status of biomedical book reviewing: Part III. Duplication patterns in biomedical book reviewing. (5/11)

This is the third part of a comprehensive, quantitative study of biomedical book reviewing. The data base of the total project was built from statistics of 3,347 reviews of 2,067 biomedical books appearing in all 1970 issues of fifty-four reviewing journals. This part of the study explores the duplication patterns in book reviewing among these media. It is found that 35.17% (727 books) of the 2,067 titles were reviewed more than once in 1970, these titles accounting for 2,007 of the total of 3,347 reviews. For the most part, reviews of the most frequently reviewed titles appeared in such journals as British Medical Journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association, and New England Journal of Medicine. These five journals covered 93.53% of the 727 books reviewed more than once in 1970.  (+info)

Current status of biomedical book reviewing. I. Key biomedical reviewing journals with quantitative significance. (6/11)

This is the first part of a comprehensive, quantitative study of biomedical book reviewing. The data base of the total project was built from statistics taken from all 1970 issues of biomedical journals held in the Science Library of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Of 285 so-called "life sciences" journals held by that library, fifty-four English journals (excluding Science and Nature) were found to contain bona fide book reviews (as contrasted with mere author-title lists) and were therefore selected for close study. The statistical results reveal that there were 3,347 reviews of 2,067 biomedical books in these fifty-four selected journals in 1970. Part I of the study identifies key biomedical reviewing journals of quantitative significance. The top ten journals, British Medical Journal, Lancet, Annals of Internal Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, Archives of Internal Medicine, New England Journal of Medicine, Quarterly Review of Biology, Bioscience, Canadian Medical Association Journal,(*) and American Journal of the Medical Sciences, accounted for 63.03% of the total number of reviews in 1970.  (+info)

Current status of biomedical book reviewing. II. Time lag in biomedical book reviewing. (7/11)

This part of the study explores the effectiveness of the review media in terms of speed of reviewing, comprehensiveness of review treatment, and authority. The time lags for the fifty-four journals varied widely, the mean ranging from 5.8 months to forty-two months. The time lags for all 3,347 reviews varied even more widely, ranging from less than a month to 108 months after a book was off the press. The 3,347 reviews had a mean time lag of 10.43 months and a standard deviation of 6.63 months.  (+info)

Selecting for health sciences library collections when budgets falter. (8/11)

The economic plight of the 1970s often limits the librarian, who should be the final selector, to insufficient funds for acquiring essential publications. The librarian, in addition to making every effort to acquire the best possible collection, must provide access from other libraries, within and outside one's parent institution, to materials not acquired; for this purpose, an effective document delivery network has proved more significant than formal plans for shared acquisitions. Too much is published, but the choices become more manageable with selection criteria that include limiting subject scope and keeping within the English language. In regard to journals, new titles should be added only reluctantly; cancellation lists compiled with the help of selective lists, the librarians' judgment, and users' responses; and newsletters and state journals pruned to a mimimum. As to books, selective lists should be consulted; congress proceedings generally ignored; and reprinted collections, multiple copies, and gifts considered with care. Book reviews are more useful selection aids now that lack of funds causes delays in purchasing than when new titles were acquired promptly with less discrimination. Audiovisual media, although widely pushed, do not replace printed materials, are not of central importance to many faculties, are expensive, and thus comprise a bandwagon which the impoverished library cannot afford to board without extra funding. The less money there is, the more need for a librarian's selection skills.  (+info)

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Book Review - Still Alice, by Lisa Genova. This book is an amazing work of fiction, depicting the life of a Harvard psychology professor whos diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers disease. The main character, Alice Howland has built up an impressive career for herself, shes written books, been a keynote speaker at countless events and has mentored many in her field.. I loved the fact that the story was written from the prospective of Alice. It makes the journey from a fully functioning brain to full onset Alzheimers that much more vivid. The way Alice describes the daily happenings in her life is spot on to how the disease takes its toll.. This book stirred up some questions in my own life. Such as, if you could be tested for the genetic mutation that causes Alzheimers, would you? Two of Alices children got the test done, one did not. I think I would group myself with the child who did not get the test. For many reasons, I dont would not want to know.. I fully understand the ravages of ...
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A Rakes Reward Merry Men Quartet Book Two By: Meredith Bond Published by Anessa Books Published October 2, 2015 Genre: Historical, Regency, and Romance Back Copy: A treasure lost… American Sara Whately came to England with a single goal: recover a long-lost family treasure. Her father had long ago renounced his title and abandoned…
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I recommend that you read the book to find out more.. And Im sorry if Ive left you with the feeling that the book is just about sex, because its not. There is also mindblowing information about a widespread misunderstanding about the breath in yoga that is written in books and common knowledge that is simply not true about the way oxygen in the body relates to an increased rate of breathing. And there is great information about the antidepressant effect of yoga. And more.. And yeah, there is the chapter about injuries that the New York Times posted a version of that could have been called Yoga Might Eff You Up! that caused a massive ripple of mostly angry and corrective commentary across the web.. The book is written with a bravado that provokes in places, to be sure, but I dont get the sense that William Broad is trying to lay down the law of yoga. I think he is writing to get our attention, and it works.. The Science of Yoga: The Risks and the Rewards, by William J. Broad, bestselling ...
This picture book provides a brief but interesting and well-illustrated account of Alfred Nobels adult life. I never realized that the man that invented dynamite was also the man behind the Nobel Prizes for achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and for peace. While I wish that Wargin had chosen to discuss Nobels youth, the information presented about his inventions and scientific discoveries fascinated me. It also surprised me that Nobels own brother died in an explosion in one of his workshops researching nitroglycerin. Zachary Pullens action filled illustrations show the bearded Nobel at various points in his busy life and a couple illustrations show rough schematics of two of Nobels inventions, the blasting cap and dynamite. Maybe those children that read the book will be inspired to achieve great things in their own lives. Wargin certainly hopes so. In her inscription in the beginning of the book, she writes, To all children who carry the vision, the ...
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Synopsis: A cynical writer searches for the worlds happiest place. You might like this if you liked: Eat, Pray, Love (Elizabeth Gilbert). Recommended to: Grumpy people. What I loved about it: This was my first Weiner book, so I wasnt sure whether I would like it or not. Truth be told, he seems like a bit of an ass, but he had me at the first mention of a PET scan. Im one of those people who enjoy reading books peppered with sound-bites of science, culture, history, and philosophy. Like right here on page 41, in a chapter on Switzerland, he manages to work Einstein AND Bertrand Russell into a passage. Later on page 183, he combines Iceland, Aristotle, and Nietzsche. Gosh-it just makes me feel all heady and smart in the same way that sprinkling wheat germ in pancake batter makes me feel healthy, even if I do wind up drenching it all with butter and syrup.. So yes, I will be reading him again. Plus, I now have added two new places to my bucket list: Bhutan and Moldova.. What was unexpected: ...
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Buddhism for Meat Eaters… About the Book: For many years Josephine Moon struggled with the question of eating meat, fervently wishing to live as a vegetarian yet requiring meat in her diet. From Josephines philosophical, spiritual and physical battle with eating meat came, Buddhism for Meat Eaters - a book for animal lovers, the environmentally…
Buddhism for Meat Eaters… About the Book: For many years Josephine Moon struggled with the question of eating meat, fervently wishing to live as a vegetarian yet requiring meat in her diet. From Josephines philosophical, spiritual and physical battle with eating meat came, Buddhism for Meat Eaters - a book for animal lovers, the environmentally…
The ancient Greeks and other early civilizations somehow managed to find time to memorialize their gods, triumphs and tragedies in statuary that would for the most part endure for all time. In Texas, on the other hand, it took about half a century -- longer if you start counting from Texas days as a Spanish province -- for folks to start putting up sculpture. But as an interesting new book by Carol Morris Little demonstrates, Texas has made up for its slow start since then. More than 1,200 pieces of outdoor sculpture are included in Littles A Comprehensive Guide to Outdoor Sculpture in Texas. Published by the University of Texas Press, the 499-page book sells for $14.95 in paperback, $34.95 in hardcover. Little begins her study with an overview on sculpture in Texas, which had its beginning with the first monument to the Battle of the Alamo, a work commissioned by the Texas Legislature and later destroyed in the fire that gutted the Capitol in 1881. Monument building in Texas was slow until ...
There are many popular diets these days. The Fast Metabolism Diet is one that is pretty popular at the moment, so there should be a lot of interest in a good cookbook for those using the plan. The book has a good introduction to the diet along with a guide and rules in the first chapter. This is followed by guides to portion sizes, food swaps, and freezing and crocking as well as FAQs and meal planning. Of course, recipes make up the bulk of the book. There are recipes for all meals, snacks, smoothies/beverages, dips and dressing, and desserts with the largest sections being for dinners and lunches. There is a nice section of four-color photos of the dishes. Some recipes are pretty nice, but some are so simplistic one must wonder why they are taking up space where more interesting, complex recipes could be. For instance, Hard-Boiled Egg Whites Stuffed with Minced Veggies is, well, hard-boiled eggs with discarded yolks and some minced veggies. That doesnt need a whole page. The appendices are ...
by Leo Damrosch. Yale University Press, 2013. The immensely talented biographer Leo Damrosch (whose 2010 book Tocquevilles Discovery of America was fascinating, and whose 2005 biography of Rousseau was a work of sustained genius) has a monument to overcome in his new biography of Jonathan Swift, and that monument isnt Samuel Johnson, whose dislike of Swift was so reflexive and unremitting that Boswell actually asked him at one point if Swift had somehow personally offended him. The reactions of one bookish autodidact genius to another are seldom plottable, after all, and Dr. Johnson is entitled to his opinions. No, the real monument in this case comes not from one of Damroschs favorite authors but from one of his former academic colleagues: Irvin Ehrenpreis, over the course of twenty years, published his massive 3-volume Swift: The Man, His Works, and the Age and thus raised a veritable Everest in the landscape of Swift studies.. Damroschs book, Jonathan Swift: His Life and World isnt as ...
Perfume books are diverse these days; it all depends on the axis taken when approaching the material: they can aim to be encyclopedic and easing you into being fascinated by perfumery itself (Mandy Aftels Essence and Alchemy), they can be fun guides jam-packed with minutiae you might or might not want to check (Susan Irvines, Turins & Sanchezs) , they can be glossies with rare flacon collectibles and souvenirs of meetings with the masters (Roja Doves The Essence of Perfume), they can be exposés that reveal a heavily-veiled world (Chandler Burrs The Perfect Scent) or they can take the witty neo-marketing route of presenting the scientific facts in an easily-digestible way (Avery Gilberts What the Nose Knows). The new book by Alec Lawless Artisan Perfumery or Being Led by the Nose surprisingly combines all worlds in one slim and elegant volume of no more than 100 pages, which you can slip in your Longchamp attaché for the morning commute or take to bed for an late evening read before ...
The author, Brian McKenna, set out to document the premature exits of those working in professional baseball. His exhaustive research provides entries from the 19th century through the new millennium. McKennas research covers several professional leagues, some domestic and some from abroad, including the major leagues, Negro leagues, womens leagues and those from Asia and Latin America. His research includes events that even the most knowledgeable baseball historian may have overlooked.. Players from every generation are discussed, as well as the events surrounding their early departures. Baseball greats such as Kirby Puckett and his career-ending eye injury, Pete Rose and his lifetime ban from Major League Baseball for gambling, Josh Gibson and his battles with alcohol, and Roberto Clemente and Thurman Munson and their untimely deaths from airplane accidents are examined. These are just a few examples of the hundreds of individuals in the book. Historical events such as the Chicago Black Sox ...
Ann Farmer traces the development of abortion from its eugenics days right to the present hour. You might associate eugenics with Hitler and the Holocaust. But it was actually a British geneticist, Francis Galton, who coined the term eugenics in 1883.. Eugenics literally means good genes, good race, or good stock. It became an international academic discipline, with research journals, conferences, books, and scientific centres - all devoted to the study of eugenics. The eugenicists believed that they should intervene in human population and reproduction so that the genes of the human race would be improved.. In addition, the eugenicists were almost always radical believers in the theory of overpopulation. The theory of overpopulation originated the writings of Thomas Malthus, an English cleric and scholar, in 1798. He stated that the human population was growing at an unsustainable rate and that by 1890 there would be no food as a result. He therefore advocated restricting access to ...
This remarkable passage from Reflections of a Civil War Medical Cadet, page 73, is almost commonplace throughout the book. Richard M. Reid, author of Practicing Medicine in a Black Regiment: The Civil War Diary of Burt G. Wilder, 55th Massachusetts, continues to mine the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections of Cornell University Library for Civil War surgeon Burt Wilder s never before published manuscripts. This fascinating volume cover s Wilder s early service as a medical cadet.. During July 1862, Wilder left Boston to join Dr. Francis Brown, a surgeon working at Judiciary Square Hospital, one of the initial pavilion-style hospitals in Washington, D.C. He had neared the end of a Harvard course of study in comparative anatomy and had offered to serve as a friend s military substitute. Brown s offer of hospital duty was quite appealing to Wilder.. He left Boston on July 15 and was soon serving as a medical cadet in training. Immersed by the wounded from the Peninsula Campaign, nearly ...
Many books have clever strap-lines, usually claiming their contents will either change your life or be the best thing you will read this year. Often this blurb is exactly that: a marketing tool designed to grab your attention and pull you in on an over-inflated promise.. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks has such a strap-line: She died in 1951. What happened next changed the world. Rather than throwaway hyperbole though, these tantalising words prove to be stunningly accurate in their claim.. Rebecca Skloots debut charts the history of human cell culture, through one of sciences most important but least remembered contributors.. Henrietta Lacks died on October 4 1951 from cervical cancer. A poor, black tobacco farmer, there was nothing immediately remarkable about her passing. However, the cancerous cells doctors removed without her knowledge changed that, leading to one of the most significant and profitable scientific discoveries of the 20th century.. Henriettas cells were the first ...
Letters from Utopia is an investigation into the practical search for immortality. The book is arranged in a sort of chronology, but also in an order indicating the evolution of human thought on the subject. A collection of five dossiers, each opens with an introduction of the subject before presenting a series of captioned photographs with the occasional snippet of related text sharing the page. Text and image are working in tandem here, setting us on a meticulous path guided by a light authorial voice. The opening chapter displays photographs of the archives of a 19th century Spiritism society who used automatic writing to establish psychic connections to the dead, seeking proof that life continues after the body passes. Consisting almost entirely of photographs of typed and bound séance manuscripts (an attempt to offer the movement scientific legitimacy), we encounter a single human face in a photograph of the archives founder mounted on the wall of their library. A high-contrast 19th ...
This pox-on-both-their-houses screed from Taibbi (The Great Derangement) posits that the mainstream media stokes dopamine-pumping fury rather than reporting on depressing truths such as syste
One of my favorite stories was found in her chapter titled, Here I Raise My Ebenezer (p. 53-55). She said that 25 years ago, she was asked to play Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing at a missionary homecoming and she had never heard it before. The part that says, Here I raise my Ebenezer; Here by Thy great help Ive come didnt make sense to them so they changed the words and left out that part of the song. After the meeting, the missionary came over to thank them and then told them that they left out his favorite part of the song. They explained why they left it out and asked him what it meant. With a smile, he told them they would need to figure it out for themselves and gave a hint that it could be found in the scriptures. She found the answer in 1 Samuel 7. Youll need to read her book to see what she learned. I enjoyed this because its also one of my favorite songs and Ive never taken the time to figure out what that part meant and now it means even more to me! And Im thinking I ...
This book in short is a pioneering endeavor of its editors to find the causes of behavioral disorders by researching with mice as models. It is exciting when scientists open up new knowledge vistas!. Editors: Susanna Pietropaolo is a researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). She is an expert in the behavior analysis of the laboratory mouse, with a special interest in social behaviors. Her recent research focuses on the mouse models of social dysfunction, including autism and Fragile X Syndrome. Frans Sluyter is an expert in wild house mouse behavior and neurogenetics at the University of Portsmouth in the United Kingdom. His interests range from aggression, addiction, depression and stress-coping strategies to gene expression profiles and consciousness. He has worked in France, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.. Wim E. Crusio is a Research Director at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). With over 40 years experience in mouse ...
I felt like this book couldnt decide if it was a Harlequin bodice-ripper or an introduction to a new detective series character. At first, Addison Holmes seemed hilariously relatable, but I quickly got tired of hearing about her hair, makeup, and outfits when they didnt really further the story. As a reader, I know Murphys Law exists, but cmon! The extreme ridiculousness of some of the things that happened to Addison wouldnt be funny in a sitcom with a laugh track ...
In I Hate to Leave This Beautiful Place Howard Norman recounts his Midwestern boyhood, his travels among Inuit communities in Canada, and a murder-suicide that took place in his house. Reviewer Helen Oyeyemi says the book commiserates with and celebrates the human condition.
Review: ***I am going to talk about the movie first*** I watched the Hobbit movie trilogy first before actually reading the book. Oh God, the Hobbit movies are the best movie trilogies ever! I am so attached to the hobbit since the first movie. Since then, I cannot wait for every December for the next movie sequel to be released. Now that the Hobbit movie trilogy has finished, I have no movies to look forward to every December(Hobbit movie releases are always on December). I feel sad when the movie ended. I bawled my eyes out during the 3rd movie (especially when Thorin died while fighting the Azorg(sp?) the org and when Thorin said his last words to Bilbo Baggins...Oh God, remembering the scene made me emotional. I also cried when Kili died. I was so attached(maybe still attached now) to their adventures since the very beginning and sad that it came to an end...it is like an adventure that I cannot bit my farewell. I could not move on for days when the movie trilogy ended. So at home I cried ...
In this bold, original and provocative book, Andreas Malm offers a radical reinterpretation of the origins of the steam age as means to challenge conventional analyses of global warming. He aims to develop a Marxist account of climate change that emphasises the link between carbon-centric development and capitalist accumulation. He proffers the concept Capitalocene to replace the Anthropocene in a challenge to the idea that the build-up of carbon in the atmosphere is a long-term process reflecting a universal trait of the human species. The underlying claim is that capitalist social relations produced the steam age and global warming, and that they will prevent the emergence of the large-scale collective efforts essential to the successful application of renewable energy. Understanding the origins of the steam age, then, is crucial to understanding the way that socio-economic processes are welded to distinctive forms of energy use.. Fossil Capital: The Rise of Steam Power and the Roots of ...
Published in 1985, the book tells of a religious coup in the US, creating a nation that follows a Christian style, Bible based, Sharia style law. If you think this would be a good thing you havent read the Bible. Homosexuality is out. Interracial marriage is out. Divorce is out. Abortion is out. Slavery however, is in. As is corporal punishment for things like adultery. As is polygamy. And incest (when it come to in-laws, cousins, etc. The Catholic church outlawed many things the Old Testament considered ok with regards to consanguinity). And prostitution, while not encouraged, was also not prohibited or prosecuted (see the story of Judah and his daughter-in-law, the woman is almost stoned as an adulteress until she proves her out-of-wedlock child is the product of her father-in-law by prostitution. In the end neither one of them is punished for the prostitution side of things and one of the womans children becomes the ancestor of King David). This is particularly pertinent as politics in the ...
Jonathan Dees latest, THE PRIVILEGES, is a psychologically astute exploration of the toll privilege exacts on two generations - the self-made and the born-elite- of the Morey family. Cynthia and Adam Morey are easy to hate: theyre beautiful, socially adept, and madly in love - and unapologetic about it. As Adams brother says in his speech at their wedding (which opens the book), They are a charmed couple. No one who knows them can doubt that they are destined to spend a long, happy, extraordinary life together. At the worldly age of 22, the bride and groom dont doubt it either and they traipse through their wedding day with the breeziness and ease of people certain of their impending prosperity. From here, life only gets better.. ...
From a strictly stylistic point view, Fosters anthropomorphic discourse concerning the principle of autonomy, to which most of the time he refers as a real being, is notable. However, problems arise as many times the reader might have the impression that far from being a mere literary device, this anthropomorphic way of writing seems manipulative, a problem which increases as soon as these formal questions are connected to issues concerning the books essence. It is not only that the authors discourse can be perceived as unidirectional, as he continuously presents autonomy as a being with authoritarianism, egocentric or dictatorship manners (autonomy is for example described as ruthless, fat and [*794] brutal in power), while the other contenders for a voice are always described as humble, positive and just looking for their place without pretending to monopolize the bio-legal debate. The really problematic question is that the reader would probably expect much more evidence and ...
The characters are not cookie cutter. Jake is kind of like my brother, with his love for video games, but Jakes a stoner and kind of lazy. Hes very much a guy, but hes also sort of nerdy too. He like Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto and comic books and anime. He love hard rock and hate pop. Amanda was a cheerleader and popular. She seemed stereotypical until she a Jake went on the run. Shes smart and knows how to hotwire a car because her dad taught her. He and Jake start to fall for each other, and kiss after eating people. Its kind of like a zombie Bonnie and Clyde, but they both feel remorse and would prefer to eat animals instead of people ...
My name is Jason. I have a Beautiful Wife and Four Wonderful Children (2 Boys & 2 Girls) When I am not playing with my children, I love to read, watch movies, listen to music, and I am also a big fan of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) I will read or watch any genre, though I must say that my absolute favorite genre is Horror! :-) I write reviews for Horror Reviews, Hackers Source magazine, and Scars. If you are an Independent Author and/or Filmmaker and would like to send me an advance copy of your book or film, for review, just e-mail me at [email protected] ...
Amazon (This is a new release that I bought via Amazon) In July 1994, a new, tourist-friendly, Las Vegas attracts the rich and infamous for high-rollers decadence. For young, business savvy Shannon Shae Dennis, Vegas is prime for her business--adult entertainment. Shannon employs the most beautiful temptress in the country and caters to the nightlife. Life is good, and money is flowing. Shannon is living out her dream. Carlo Giordani, a ruthless enforcer for the Battaglia Mafia clan, has traveled to America to reunite with the beautiful and elusive Shannon. For more of the excitement and fun-loving adventure she once wet his sexual appetite for during her brief visit to Southern Italy. Their passion explodes. No sexual desire is left unexplored. As his heart becomes irreversibly connected to hers, there is a dark side to Las Vegas that only Carlo could have foreseen. An evil watches, waits, and one by one Shannons girls begin to disappear as young girls are found murdered on the Vegas strip. ...
The book The Feminist Classroom: Dynamics of Gender, Race, and Privilege explores the issues of sex-stereotyping of educational practices, relevance of feminist pedagogy and menace social discrimination on the bases of gender, race and privilege in educational institutions.
NONFICTION: NATURE JOURNAL. Fire Season: Field Notes From a Wilderness Lookout by Philip Connors. In Fire Season, Philip Connors captures his eighth summer as a fire lookout in New Mexicos Gila Wilderness Area. Sounds simple.. But this memoir is richer than a description of the solitude of a season spent watching for telltale smoke in a 7-by-7-foot room, 10,000 feet above sea level. It is a work of history and geology, of ecology and myth, of the writings of other fire spotters, such as Norman Maclean and Jack Kerouac.. Most strikingly, it is a meditation on the dual nature of fire, an element at once destructive and restorative.. The Gila Wilderness Area is the legacy of Aldo Leopold, a seminal conservationist and author of The Sand County Almanac.. In 1924, Connors writes, as an assistant district forester in New Mexico, Leopold drew a line on the map encompassing four mountain ranges and the headwaters of the Gila River, a line beyond which nothing motorized or mechanized would be ...
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Hoofcare Publishing chronicles progress in the art and science of preventing, recognizing and treating lameness problems in horses. Methods covered range from barefoot trimming to hoof boots, horseshoeing, equine podiatry and veterinary medical and surgical treatment. The history and culture of the professions are also a feature. The Hoof Blog is written for and by the dedicated professionals from all fields who are at work in the rewarding pursuit of optimizing performance or facilitating rehabilitation. Hoofcare Publishing supports and champions a diverse worldwide community of professionals via a portfolio of educational and media projects and publications. Fran Jurgas Hoof Blog © 2004-2017 Hoofcare Publishing. No use of content or images without permission. Usually, all you have to do is ask. Social media sharing is encouraged and appreciated ...
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Janel, that was the favorite part of this cookbook for me-the pictures are beautiful.. bookoholic-exactly-she just seems so natural and she doesnt try to be perfect-shes just puttering in the kitchen.. Shana, I like the do ahead stuff too. Now if I could only train myself to actually do that and have the stuff in the freezer ready to go. lol.. Tink, did you find any clips of Nigella? If you did, what did you think of her?. Dawn, I agree. The ribbon just made it a bit more special I think. I too need to go through my old cookbooks and donate them to the library to make room for the new ones.. Naida, thanks:). Wanda, thats great about your neice. I love to cook. Had I started earlier I would have liked to maybe work in that field. Cookbooks make such a great gift for that cook in the family, dont they.. Bethany, you too hey. Shes great. I just wish she was on tv more often.. Bonnie, I just got caught up more or less today, now I have to catch up on email.. Mary, lol. I saw that show youre ...
More troublingly still, however imperfect its predictive value, the tsunami of human genetic information now pouring from DNA sequencers all over the planet raises the possibility that our DNA could be used against us. The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 made it illegal for US medical insurance companies to discriminate on the basis of genetic information (although strikingly not for life insurance or long-term care). However, the health care reform legislation recently passed by the House (the American Health Care Act, known as Trumpcare) allows insurers to charge higher premiums for people with a preexisting condition. It is hard to imagine anything more preexisting than a gene that could or, even worse, will lead to your getting a particular disease; and under such a health system, insurance companies would have every incentive to find out the risks present in your DNA. If this component of the Republican health care reform becomes law, the courts may conclude that a genetic ...
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Plot: Maya Mukhija a media tycoon and wife of another high profile personality David Mukhija is arrested by Mumbai Police for the murder of her sister whom police believed to be her daughter Veena. The high profile case was dealt by commissioner himself. Vivek a senior journalist who secretly love Maya from the childhood also interested in the case and believes that Maya is not the killer. Police on the other hand has received photographs of Maya disposing of Veenas body in the Raigarh forest. Emails which were send by Veena after her death also emerged from Mayas computer, she was also appeared to hate her relation with Ritvik son of David from his first marriage. All evidences pointed towards her. Her mysterious life history was also against her. Will police find more evidence to convict her? Will Vivek able to save her as he did previously for her without her knowledge? The plot full of twists and turns leads to a shocking climax ...
I came to this biography knowing very little about Alfred Hitchcock, and with only a fairly skeletal knowledge of his films. In itself, that was probably an advantage, as I had no preconceptions about the man and therefore hardly knew what to expect. As the sub-title indicates, this does not aim to be a rounded biography. The author has already provided us with a full life, published three years after Hitchs death in 1980. This looks at his professional and personal relationships with the actresses with whom he worked on his films, and along the way, with his wife Alma and daughter (in fact, only child) Pat. It doesnt make particularly happy reading. Hitchcock not only professed to hate the sight of actors (rather unfortunate for a man who made his career as a film director, surely), but was also clearly a Grade 1 mysogynist, admittedly in an age when men tended to be thus as a matter of course. Whether the rather cruel or embittered streak had its roots in his childhood or adolescence, the ...
Liver, blue cheese, candy, chili peppers. Some people like these foods, others loathe them. But why? How is it that some humans love sweets but hate hot stuff? How can some beer drinkers go crazy for hops while others prefer nothing but sweet, malty stouts? The secret goes beyond our tongues to our very DNA.. Tasty by John McQuaid explores the whole history of taste, starting hundreds of millions of years ago with trilobites and progressing through the stages of evolution. McQuaid does this through five meals that show the progress of vertebrates, touching on the use of tools and ultimately fire.. It also seems a lot changed for humans when we moved off the African continent into other areas of the world and discovered a wider variety of things to eat. As we evolved, people in different parts of the world developed different tastes and this happened within our very genes, creating various levels of tasting ability from super-tasters down to those folks whose taste buds offer little in the way of ...
It was repudiated in the 2016 DC Rebirth, which restored the old continuity while retaining the new one by making the grim n gritty reimagining the doing of Dr. Manhattan. Geoff Johns implied this in his DC Universe Rebirth and will deal with it in Doomsday Clock with a conflict between optimism and pessimism, a battle between the very forces of hope and despair, personified by Superman and Dr. Manhattan, respectively. Johns has said that this conclusion to the DC Rebirth storyline is the most personal and most epic, utterly mind-bending project [he has] ever worked on.. But Doomsday Clock doesnt come close to being epic or utterly mind-bending. The Supermen Theory and the origin of the new Rorschach are very clever ideas, but the plodding story has little thematic depth or complexity. And its only significant emotional resonance is provided by the new Rorschach and former Minuteman Byron Mothman Lewis in issue #4 and Marionette and Mime in issue #6. Furthermore, Gary Franks ...
Hi Sabio. Yep. These are all valid points. Though I dont think your conclusion is valid - one cannot understand Buddhist thought in English alone. If we take a Japanese Buddhist term like kaji (加持) then we need to know how it is used in the Japanese context to mean the interactions between the Dharmakāya and the practitioner. If Im writing about it I also need to take into account the difference that 1200 years makes to how Kūkai used it compared with contemporary Shingon or even Reiki practitioners. Just knowing modern Japanese however will not allow us to understand the Buddhist usage - because it just means something like adding and holding which tells us nothing. We need to know that the Japanese is a translation of the Sanskrit adhiṣṭhāna, via the Chinese. Most writing about Tantra is from an Indo-Tibetan point of view so we need to be careful to distinguish any differences in nuance across time and space. In order to render this into English we need to take into account ...
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  • This article was updated on November 6, 2019 to include author David Cooper Holmes' suggestion on where to purchase the book. (eogn.com)
  • Madhusree Mukerjee's book, Churchill's Secret War: The British Empire and the Ravaging of India During World War II (Basic Books, New York, 2010), is a deeply moving read. (wordpress.com)
  • If you dont want to read this, then the short summary book review of How to fail at everything and still win big is available as well. (bestengagingcommunities.com)
  • I have read this 90% of this book. (majortests.com)
  • Note: If not specified otherwise, any quotations in this book review refer to text by the author from the book being reviewed. (solari.com)
  • And Thor…if you stumbled here via your narcissistic Google alerts, you should know that the last book review on this blog ended up with a comment by the author himself. (wordpress.com)
  • recall another book that this reminds me of, but it makes me think of author Ursula Hegi who wrote Stones from the River. (wordpress.com)
  • Section 2 I thought this book was very well written and a thought provoking book. (majortests.com)
  • I write down detailed notes on each book, and in this case a friend who knows this, asked me to share my notes. (bestengagingcommunities.com)
  • But also in the beginning of the book it gives a brief history on how Abraham Lincoln grew up through life and how he came into his position of president. (majortests.com)
  • Not only was my name in the Lamb's Book of Life, it was in the Lamb's Book of LifeWay . (wordpress.com)
  • Hegi's book isn't a story to cheer you up, its real life and it ends much as life does. (wordpress.com)
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  • Although this quote was not in McTaggart's book, I'm reminded of something famed inventor Nikola Tesla apparently said: "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. (solari.com)
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  • Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 2016 [ Review by Jacqueline Banerjee]. (victorianweb.org)
  • Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016 [ Review by Jacqueline Banerjee]. (victorianweb.org)
  • Sigurd Olson's first, and some say best , book of essays set in his favourite " Quetico-Superior " wilderness of Minnesota/Ontario. (myccr.com)
  • Sigurd Olson's second book of essays. (myccr.com)
  • Divided into two sections: Le Beau Pays ( the Beautiful Country) and the Pays d'en Haut ( The North Country), the book weaves woodland lore and the haunting appeal of the wilderness in 20 essays from Olson's master pen. (myccr.com)
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  • That book is Mark Salisbury's The Art of the Film: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets , a full-color, wall-to-wall visual, hardcover chronology of the concept art and photographs of the film's characters, planets, spaceships, and costumes. (borg.com)
  • It's a bit like getting ten separate books compiled into one beautiful hardcover volume. (wired.com)
  • Toxic Pearl , reviewed by Cliff Mass. The book appears to be self-published and info on the author appears non-existent. (nwhikers.net)
  • That is not possible with the author of this book, M. Perle, at least not via Google search. (nwhikers.net)
  • There's no bio of the author on the book website either. (nwhikers.net)
  • While reading this book, it is hard not to think about how the author might have felt, surviving a horrific bombing in WWII as a POW "trapped" underground in a slaughter house. (speculativevision.com)
  • Morris's interest in these images was piqued by Susan Sontag , herself the author of two books on photography. (nytimes.com)
  • To say anymore than that would be a disservice to author Ruth Ware, because I cannot recommend this book highly enough. (oftenofftopic.co.uk)
  • Author of a wide-range of books, from biographies, to fiction, to self-help titles, Karin Ireland has also written several books geared to young readers. (jrank.org)
  • In Wonderful Nature, Wonderful You, one of Ireland's books for children, the author calls on the animal world to further her theme of positive self-empowerment. (jrank.org)
  • Download file to see previous pages In the book, the author quotes various letters, diaries and reports written at the time in order to assist in describing how individuals lived in the years after gaining their independence. (studentshare.org)
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  • Literature Review on the role of IMC in building and maintaining brand equity Table of Content Serial Number & Topic Page Number 0 Introduction 02 2.0 Overview 04 3.0 Level of Brand 06 4.0 Analysis 06 5.0 References 13 1.0 Introduction Integrated Marketing is an important tool in the success and development of a brand. (studentshare.org)
  • Existing literature already addresses these issues in depth, which means the current book adds little value unless you are totally new to the DevOps movement and the communication and collaboration problems it tries to address . (infoq.com)
  • He was a teacher, writer and activist who for most of his adult life exposed North Americans to his vision of wilderness through articles and 9 books. (myccr.com)
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  • Nevertheless, this book provides a collection of articles in the field of TGx which would be very useful to cancer biologists and toxicologists who intend to use genomics approaches. (frontiersin.org)
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  • Reviewer Heller McAlpin says Mann "uses the full tool kit of literary nonfiction" in a book that "encompasses nostalgia, hope and failure. (npr.org)
  • November 20, 2012 The latest book by former New Yorker editor Robert Gottlieb, Great Expectations: The Sons and Daughters of Charles Dickens , reads more like scintillating gossip about the famous writer and his family than literary scholarship. (npr.org)
  • The prize was founded by the literary website The Omnivore to reward the "angriest, funniest, and most trenchant" review published in a newspaper or magazine. (publishingperspectives.com)
  • The world of books and literary journalism largely stayed out of the ups and downs of politics. (pen.org)
  • The Bad Sex In Fiction Prize is presented by the Literary Review, a British journal. (sun-sentinel.com)
  • Similarly, Science Books & Films critic Norman Lederer commented that Ireland's "emphasis on Einstein's life … provides for compelling reading. (jrank.org)
  • Therefore, we could appropriately say that the current book has its own perspectives, ideas, and deliberations that handle the cross cutting edges of socio-economic impacts of bioenergy production. (frontiersin.org)
  • As an additional homage to the iPod and iTunes, each of the nine chapters of The Perfect Thing is self-contained, and they are shuffled, remixed in different editions of the book. (zdnet.com)
  • The first two chapters of the book talk about DevOps and the difficulties of getting business and IT people to talk the same language and share the same goals. (infoq.com)
  • Each of the remaining five chapters of the book addresses a specific practice (web testing, intelligent documentation, infrastructure automation and provisioning, production launches, mobile/web integration). (infoq.com)
  • Terry Fallis will be in Edmonton on Thursday, Oct. 18, for a book signing at 7 p.m. at Chapters South Point, 3227 Calgary Trail. (edmontonjournal.com)
  • In subsequent chapters, following topics are discussed in a timely and succinct way. (frontiersin.org)
  • The first book (reviewed here ) consists primarily of concept art for the film, the second book (reviewed here ) features the history of Black Panther in the comic books, and this next book, Black Panther: The Official Movie Special showcases the film in photographs with a behind the scenes view of the making of the film. (borg.com)
  • The book, The Reshaping of Everyday Life by Larkin is a very interesting book that makes the readers see the view of a real American life during its infancy as if it all happened yesterday. (studentshare.org)
  • But sometimes there's a book that goes the extra mile by providing a critical outside view on what we all try to accomplish. (malariaworld.org)
  • The book is edited by Timothy Clinton, Archibald Hart and George Ohlschlager, with they themselves along with other writers contributing content for the book. (studentshare.net)
  • Each 1-star review had no actual content in the review. (ycombinator.com)
  • Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. (worldcat.org)
  • Reviewer Heller McAlpin says the book is "a generous gift to readers" but too circumspect about O'Brien's personal life - which included encounters with Samuel Beckett, Richard Burton and Paul McCartney. (npr.org)
  • A note to our readers: You asked so we have developed a set of features that allow you to reduce the noise: you can get email and web notifications for topics you are interested in. (infoq.com)
  • Mike Julian has recently published Practical Monitoring with O'Reilly, which aims to provide readers with a foundational introduction to the topic of monitoring, as well as practical guidelines on how to monitor service-based applications and cloud infrastrastructure. (infoq.com)
  • Throughout the book, Jenkins challenges readers to think differently about what convergence means, and at times we are left to piece together our own interpretation of this incomplete concept. (hastac.org)
  • Veteran storyboard/concept artist Sylvain Despretz (Alien Resurrection) joined the team, and it is their artwork and ideas that readers primarily will find throughout the book-and in the film. (borg.com)
  • And not only will the book "entertain the young with its silliness," commented a Kirkus Reviews contributor, but adult readers will also appreciate Ireland's "witty rhymes. (jrank.org)
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  • Professional Apache 2.0" by Peter Wainwright, published in May 2002 by Wrox Press, includes contributions from 7 co-authors, covers topics such as improving web server security, and discusses third party modules that may be useful to readers. (serverwatch.com)
  • A book report, on the other hand, is meant to outline the key aspects of that particular book helping readers understand what the book generally talks about. (wikipedia.org)
  • Turhan Günay, the editor of Cumhuriyet 's book review since 1985, went on trial this week with 16 other Cumhuriyet journalists on charges of aiding terror. (pen.org)
  • Charlottesville: Lewis Carroll Society of North America/University of Virginia Press, 2001 [ Review by George P Landow]. (victorianweb.org)
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  • Teachers frequently give students a list of books from which they may choose one for the report, although sometimes students may select a work entirely of their own choosing. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009 [ Review by David Riede]. (victorianweb.org)
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  • Wilson Foundation and the Congregational Library Archives in Boston American Chemical Society Journals - The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society provides the worldwide scientific community with a comprehensive collection of the most-cited, peer-reviewed journals in the chemical and related sciences. (frugallyeducate.com)
  • Mike Julian's new book, Practical Monitoring provides a foundational introduction to the topic of monitoring, and presents an overview of core principles, monitoring antipatterns, and monitoring design patterns. (infoq.com)
  • Springer's journals, books and publishing services expand across all areas of Chemistry, covering organic chemistry, analytical chemistry and more. (springer.com)
  • In addition, the book analyzes how more analytical approaches impact the drug discovery process and what we can expect in the future from these newest trends. (frontiersin.org)
  • otherwise I don't plan on wasting my time reading the book. (nwhikers.net)
  • The interview doesn't have much to offer, but I just finished reading Steven's book on the iPod, " The Perfect Thing: How the iPod Shuffles Commerce, Culture and Coolness " (due to be published on the 5th anniversary), which perfectly captures the spirit, context, evolution and impact of the iPod and Jobs' role in transforming the music industry and listening experience. (zdnet.com)
  • There is a difference between a book report and a book review. (wikipedia.org)
  • The contents of the book report, for a work of fiction, typically include basic bibliographical information about the work, a summary of the narrative and setting, main elements of the stories of key characters, the author's purpose in creating the work, the student's opinion of the book, and a theme statement summing up the main idea drawn from a reading of the book. (wikipedia.org)
  • Basically, a book report is a summary of what a particular book talks about. (wikipedia.org)
  • Book reports may be accompanied by other creative works such as illustrations, "shoe box" dioramas, or report covers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Individual components of the book report can also be made into separate artistic works, including pop-up cards, newsletters, character diaries, gameboards, word searches, and story maps. (wikipedia.org)
  • Heller McAlpin says the book "reaches a dizzying complexity that borders on the tiresome. (npr.org)
  • illustrates the complexity of interrelated topics in the bioenergy value chain, ranging from agriculture to conversion processes, as well as from social implications to environmental effects. (frontiersin.org)
  • The topical page contains links to published texts relevant to the topic in question. (idrottsforum.org)
  • In the book, cultural and development of aspects in the American history in the 17th and 18th century are among the important and most influential factors in the shaping of the country's long history. (studentshare.org)
  • In this book, he gives the history of violence through Bosket family through five generation. (studentshare.net)
  • By this point in the book, the reader (in my case, the listener) has followed rapt while Johnson evolved from a memoirist trying to escape writer's block through fly-fishing to an amateur detective with an accordion file of notes on the history of biogeography and conservation biology. (plos.org)
  • Reviewer Heller McAlpin says the book reads as if "Gertrude Stein and Virginia Woolf had collaborated on a heartbroken housewife's lament. (npr.org)
  • And then there are a gazillion of off-topic sideway arguments going back and forth, which are ultimately irrelevant for the above argument. (columbia.edu)
  • By the way, if you have commented on the Arthritis book blog, in my blogspace, it does not show up. (dadamo.com)
  • Experts also blog, for example, and new models for financing books are appearing. (zdnet.com)
  • When around the world discussions are ongoing on how best to sustain successes in malaria control gained over the last decade, particularly in the African region, this book by Emeritus Professor Graham Matthews comes as a welcome volume to put things into perspective. (malariaworld.org)
  • Bernard Shaw's Book Reviews, Volume 1, p. 21 (1991) (4 February 1885). (wikipedia.org)