The Publishers Weekly Volume 25

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The Publisher s Weekly American Book Trade Journal

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The Publishers Weekly Vol 25

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The Publishers Weekly  Volume 79  Issues 13 25

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100 More Popular Young Adult Authors

Contemporary Authors, Volume 164, Rob Thomas entry. Detroit, Mich. ... Doing Time review, Publishers Weekly (September 22, 1997). ... Saari, Jon, Rob Thomas entry, Authors & Artists for Young Adults, Volume 25, Thomas McMahon, ed.

100 More Popular Young Adult Authors

A ready reference for teenagers who seek information about well-known writers, either for school work, out of curiosity, to find more books by a favorite author, or to learn about the writing process.

The Correspondence of Charles Darwin

Orchids 2d US ed. was published by D. Appleton & Co. on 3 March 1877 (Publishers' Weekly, 3 March 1877, p. 288). On John Murray's annual November sale dinner, at which major booksellers bought stock at a discount, see J. Murray 1908–9, ...

The Correspondence of Charles Darwin

This volume is part of the definitive edition of letters written by and to Charles Darwin, the most celebrated naturalist of the nineteenth century. Notes and appendixes put these fascinating and wide-ranging letters in context, making the letters accessible to both scholars and general readers. Darwin depended on correspondence to collect data from all over the world, and to discuss his emerging ideas with scientific colleagues, many of whom he never met in person. The letters are published chronologically: volume 25 includes letters from 1877, the year in which Darwin published Forms of Flowers and with his son Francis carried out experiments on plant movement and bloom on plants. Darwin was awarded an honorary LL.D. by Cambridge University, and appeared in person to receive it. The volume contains a number of appendixes, including two on the albums of photograph sent to Darwin by his Dutch, German, and Austrian admirers.

Writers of the Future Volume 25

Perusing the table of contents of previously published volumes is akin to reading a list of who's hot and new in the speculative fiction field. Publishers Weekly recognized the Writers of the Future Contest as “the most enduring forum ...

Writers of the Future Volume 25

Embark on Voyages of Imagination and Wonder. Discover the new visionaries of imagination in the Writers of the Future—celebrating 25 years of showcasing the best new talent. Established in 1983 by L. Ron Hubbard expressly for the aspiring writer, Writers of the Future has become the most respected and significant forum for new talent in all aspects of speculative fiction. Never before published first-rate science fiction and fantasy stories selected by top names in the field. “Some of the best Sci Fi of the future comes from Writers of the Future and you can find it in this book.” —David Hartwell, Editor Includes essays written by professionals of the craft: L. Ron Hubbard, Robert Silverberg and Ron Lindahn

L Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Vol 25

Writers of the Future vol 25 L. Ron Hubbard K. D. Wentworth. previously published volumes is akin to reading a list of who's hot and new in the speculative fiction field. Publishers Weekly recognized the Writers of the Future Contest as ...

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Many More Lives of the Batman

... That Cheap Disguise”', Chapter 13 in this volume. 25. Anon., 'Graphic Novels by the Numbers', Publishers Weekly, 3 March 2007. Available at: <http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/print/20070305/4192graphic-novels-by-the-numbers.html>.

Many More Lives of the Batman

The Many Lives of the Batman (1991) was a pioneer within cultural and comic book scholarship. This fresh new sequel retains the best of the original chapters but also includes images, new chapters and new contributions from the Batman writers and editors. Spanning 75 years and multiple incarnations, this is the definitive history of Batman.

American Evangelists and Tuberculosis in Modern Japan

Waseda Bulletin of Comparative Law, vol. ... Medical Record: Weekly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, vol. 99, 25 June ... 3844, Sept. 8, 1934, p. 496. “Obituary Notes.” The Publishers' Weekly, vol. LXI, no.4, Whole No. 1565, 25 Jan.

American Evangelists and Tuberculosis in Modern Japan

Tuberculosis ran rampant in Japan during the late Meiji and Taisho years (1880s–1920s). Many of the victims of the then incurable disease were young female workers from the rural areas, who were trying to support their families by working in the new textile factories. The Japanese government of the time, however, seemed unprepared to tackle the epidemic. Elisheva A. Perelman argues that pragmatism and utilitarianism dominated the thinking of the administration, which saw little point in providing health services to a group of politically insignificant patients. This created a space for American evangelical organizations to offer their services. Perelman sees the relationship between the Japanese government and the evangelists as one of moral entrepreneurship on both sides. All the parties involved were trying to occupy the moral high ground. In the end, an uneasy but mutually beneficial arrangement was reached: the government accepted the evangelists’ assistance in providing relief to some tuberculosis patients, and the evangelists gained an opportunity to spread Christianity further in the country. Nonetheless, the patients remained a marginalized group as they possessed little agency over how they were treated. “Perelman captures the strategies that enabled Protestant missionaries to become a central force in treating tuberculosis and providing social services in prewar Japan. Acting as ‘moral entrepreneurs,’ the medical missionaries deftly raised funds abroad, gained support from the Japanese state, gained converts, and cultivated a corps of Japanese medical practitioners.” —Sheldon Garon, Princeton University; author of Molding Japanese Minds: The State in Everyday Life “Based on a wide range of primary and secondary sources, this groundbreaking book traces evangelical Christianity and the work of medical missions in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Japan. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of Christianity, disease, medicine, or public health in modern Japan.” —William Johnston, Wesleyan University; author of The Modern Epidemic: A History of Tuberculosis in Japan

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Cather Studies Volume 12

Publishers' Weekly, 15 January 1927, 182. —. Advertisement for Sinclair Lewis's Elmer Gantry. ... Publishers' Weekly, 30 April 1927, front cover. —. ... Publishers' Weekly, 25 June 1927, 2377. —. Advertisement for Death Comes for the ...

Cather Studies  Volume 12

Over the five decades of her writing career Willa Cather responded to, and entered into dialogue with, shifts in the terrain of American life. These cultural encounters informed her work as much as the historical past in which much of her writing is based. Cather was a multifaceted cultural critic, immersing herself in the arts, broadly defined: theater and opera, art, narrative, craft production. Willa Cather and the Arts shows that Cather repeatedly engaged with multiple forms of art, and that even when writing about the past she was often addressing contemporary questions. The essays in this volume are informed by new modes of contextualization, including the increasingly popular view of Cather as a pivotal or transitional figure working between and across very different cultural periods and by the recent publication of Cather's correspondence. The collection begins by exploring the ways Cather encountered and represented high and low cultures, including Cather's use of "racialized vernacular" in Sapphira and the Slave Girl. The next set of essays demonstrates how historical research, often focusing on local features in Cather's fiction, contributes to our understanding of American culture, from musicological sources to the cultural development of Pittsburgh. The final trio of essays highlights current Cather scholarship, including a food studies approach to O Pioneers! and an examination of Cather's use of ancient philosophy in The Professor's House. Together the essays reassess Cather's lifelong encounter with, and interpretation and reimagining of, the arts.

Annual Reports for Made to the General Assembly of the State of Ohio

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A Study Guide for Colson Whitehead s The Underground Railroad

Patrick, Diane, “Tunnel Visions: Colson Whitehead,” in Publishers Weekly, Vol. 263, No. 30, July 25, 2016, p. 27. Patrikarakos, David, “A Parable of Good and Evil,” in Spectator, October 15, 2016, p. 36. Preston, Alex, Review of The ...

A Study Guide for Colson Whitehead s  The Underground Railroad

A Study Guide for Colson Whitehead's "The Underground Railroad", excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students.This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.