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Mr West

Author : Sarah Blake
ISBN : 9780819575180
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 53.51 MB
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Mr. West covers the main events in superstar Kanye West’s life while also following the poet on her year spent researching, writing, and pregnant. The book explores how we are drawn to celebrities—to their portrayal in the media—and how we sometimes find great private meaning in another person’s public story, even across lines of gender and race. Blake’s aesthetics take her work from prose poems to lineated free verse to tightly wound lyrics to improbably successful sestinas. The poems fully engage pop culture as a strange, complicated presence that is revealing of America itself. This is a daring debut collection and a groundbreaking work. An online reader’s companion will be available at
Category: Poetry

The Life Studies And Works Of Benjamin West Esq

Author : John Galt
ISBN : 9781776580873
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 31.31 MB
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Painter Benjamin West was an important figure in art history, as he was born in what later became the United States in 1738 and was reaching his creative peak just as the Revolutionary War broke out. As such, he is regarded as one of the first significant painters to focus on American history as his subject. This comprehensive biography of West is a must-read for art lovers.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Different Faces Of Autonomy

Author : Maartje Schermer
ISBN : 1402009844
Genre : Medical
File Size : 81.9 MB
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Patient autonomy is a much discussed and debated subject in medical ethics, as well as in healthcare practice, medical law, and healthcare policy. This book provides a detailed and nuanced analysis of both the concept of autonomy and the principle of respect for autonomy, in an accessible style. The unique feature of this book is that it combines empirical research into hospital practice with thorough philosophical analyses. As such, it is an example of a new movement in applied ethics, that of 'empirical ethics'. The key themes are informed consent and medical decision making, personal well-being, competence, paternalism and decision making for incompetent patients. Much attention is also devoted to autonomy in non-decision making situations - patient control over small everyday aspects of care, authenticity and existential aspects of illness, autonomy and the 'ethics of care', and the relationship between autonomy and trust in the physician-patient relationship. This book will be of interest to those working or studying in the field of medical ethics and applied ethics but also to healthcare professionals and health policy makers.
Category: Medical

The East West Dichotomy

Author : Thorsten Pattberg
ISBN : 9780984209101
Genre : Political Science
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This book is about the conceptual constrast between Eastern societies and Western societies.
Category: Political Science