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A Talent For Friendship

Author : John Edward Terrell
ISBN : 9780199386451
Genre : Psychology
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Professor John Terrell argues that the ability to make friends is an evolved human trait not unlike our ability to walk upright on two legs or our capacity for speech and complex abstract reasoning. Terrell charts how this trait has evolved by investigating two unique functions of the human brain: the ability to remake the outside world to suit our collective needs, and our capacity to escape into our own inner thoughts and imagine how things might and ought to be.
Category: Psychology

A Talent For Friendship

Author : Leslie John Randle
ISBN : 1854280945
Genre : Dressmakers
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Category: Dressmakers

The Talent Show Hello Kitty And Friends Book 8

Author : Linda Chapman
ISBN : 9780007515790
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Everyone’s favourite world-famous fashion icon, HELLO KITTY, is starring in her very own fiction series!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Friends And Enemies Our Need To Love And Hate

Author : Dorothy Rowe
ISBN : 9780007466368
Genre : Psychology
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One of our most admired and loved psychologists turns her attention to the essence of the good relationship, and why we need enemies as well as friends.
Category: Psychology

Almost Famous A Talent Novel

Author : Zoey Dean
ISBN : 1101157364
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Almost Famous is the next offering in the upbeat, überchic Talent series from bestselling phenomenon Zoey Dean, about friendship, betrayal, and the L.A. elite. Mackenzie Little-Armstrong?s life is almost perfect. She has discovered an almost-movie star, she?s on the brink of winning Eighth Grade Social Chair, and the fabulous back-to-school gala is just around the corner, sure to showcase Mac and her BFFs as the Next Big Things. But in the cutthroat world of Hollywood, a girl can go from almost there to nowheresville faster than you can say ?soy is so last year.? So hang on for the wild ride as Mac, Emily and their BFFs fight for survival?social survival, that is?and climb their way back to the Inner Circle.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

The Challenge To Friendship In Modernity

Author : Heather Devere
ISBN : 9781135306533
Genre : History
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In antiquity, it was not only Aristotle who assumed the people are more to be understood in relation to one another than as individual or solitary constructs. This examination considers the changing attitudes to friendship since antiquity.
Category: History

George And Martha

Author : James Marshall
ISBN : 0618891951
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 78.22 MB
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Collects all thirty-five stories about best friends George and Martha.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Between Friends

Author : Mickey Pearlman
ISBN : 0395657857
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A collection of essays on friendship includes works by such distinguished writers as Joyce Carol Oates, Jane Smiley, and Wendy Wasserstein
Category: Family & Relationships

The World Of Samuel Beckett 1906 1946

Author : Lois Gordon
ISBN : 0300074956
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Samuel Beckett, whose play Waiting for Godot was one of the most influential works for the post-World War II generation, has long been identified with the debilitated and impotent characters he created. In this provocative book, Lois Gordon offers a new perspective on Beckett, challenging the prevalent image of him as reclusive, self-absorbed, and disturbed. Gordon investigates the first forty years of Beckett's life and finds that he was, on the contrary, a kind and generous man who responded sensitively and even heroically to the world around him. Gordon describes the various places and events that affected Beckett during this formative period: war-torn Dublin during the Easter Uprising and World War I, where he spent his childhood and student days; Belfast and Paris in the 1920s and London during the Depression, where he lived and worked; Germany in 1937, where he traveled and witnessed Hitler's brutal domestic policies; prewar and occupied France, where he was active in the Resistance (for which he was later decorated); and the war-ravaged town of Saint-L� in Normandy, which he helped to restore following the liberation. Gordon also portrays the individuals who were important to Beckett, including Jack B. Yeats, Alfred P�ron, Thomas McGreevy, and, most significantly, James Joyce, who was a model for Beckett personally, artistically, and politically. Gordon argues convincingly that Beckett was very much aware of the political and cultural turmoil of this period and that the enormously creative works he wrote after World War II can, in fact, be viewed as a product of and testament to those tumultuous times.
Category: Biography & Autobiography