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Dirk Gently S Holistic Detective Agency The Salmon Of Doubt Vol 1

Author : Arvind Ethan David
ISBN : 9781684062256
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Plagued by nightmares about a childhood he never had, Dirk returns to Cambridge University to seek the advice of his former tutor, the time-traveling Professor Reg Chronotis.æThere he discovers that a holistic detective can have more than one past, and his adventures have only just begun. Featuringæfan-favorite characters from the original books as well as the cast from the TV series, including Samuel Barnett and Elijah Wood.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Wrestling With Doubt

Author : Frank D. Rees
ISBN : 0814625908
Genre : Religion
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Rees provides a theological analysis of doubts as a constructive element within the Christian experience of faith. He considers three theological frameworks, each of which offers an interpretation of doubt, and two life-story theologies that deal with faith and doubt.
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Open To Doubt

Author : Marcus Achison
ISBN : 9781785899881
Genre : Humor
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An incredibly humorous book with the power to thrill, shock and inspire the reader whilst they tear with laughter. Open To Doubt is a laugh-out-loud collection of short humorous stories, adventure tales and spoof advertisements covering a wide variety of topics such as heroic behaviour, travel, monkey oil, the diary of Clovis Pumly and buttock maintenance, to name but a few! Compiled in the style of a magazine, Open To Doubt includes a collection of hilarious articles from ‘Holiday Choices’ by the none-too-bright reporter Barry Android, to ‘News for Clowns’, the most informative newsletter for the working idiot today. As well as articles on a variety of topics, this book also includes the hallmarks of a traditional magazine including notorious agony aunt Marjorie, recipe tips and advertisements for newly-opened restaurants and local attractions. The tales of high adventure will astound, the crime reports will startle and the informative advertisements will prove handy. Getting straight to the heart of the action, Open To Doubt is based on everyday life which has been tweaked, massaged and turned on its head. This collection is designed to be dipped into by the reader until overcome with laughter. You will be amazed, astonished and bewildered, but above all you won’t be able to help but laugh. Open To Doubt is guaranteed to make you laugh and will appeal to readers looking for light comic relief.
Category: Humor

Sculpture In The Age Of Doubt

Author : Thomas C. Mcevilley
ISBN : 1581150237
Genre : Art
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Framed in a lucid discussion of the intellectual issues surrounding the postmodern movement, the essays in this book re-examine the course of twentieth-century art through the work of twenty-five major sculptors. McEvilley masterfully traces the evolution of modern sculpture from the readymades of Marcel Duchamp to the anti-painting statements of the 1960s to the spiritualism and conceptualism of the 1980s and 1990s. This is a groundbreaking work in the field of art criticism and a fundamental text for anyone interested in the history of current art and culture. Allworth Press, an imprint of Skyhorse Publishing, publishes a broad range of books on the visual and performing arts, with emphasis on the business of art. Our titles cover subjects such as graphic design, theater, branding, fine art, photography, interior design, writing, acting, film, how to start careers, business and legal forms, business practices, and more. While we don't aspire to publish a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are deeply committed to quality books that help creative professionals succeed and thrive. We often publish in areas overlooked by other publishers and welcome the author whose expertise can help our audience of readers.
Category: Art

Beyond Doubt

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ISBN : 9789382381563
Genre : History
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The assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on 30 January 1948 was a declaration of war and a statement of intent. For the forces who conspired in the killing, the act was a declaration of war against the secular, democratic Indian state and all those who stood to affirm these principles, as well as an announcement of a lasting commitment to India as a ‘Hindu Rashtra’. It was also an act to signal the elimination of all that India’s national movement against imperialism stood for. Beyond Doubt is a dossier of historical and critical documents that aims to contextualize the politics, motivations and circumstances behind the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. Attempts to legitimize the act of killing and to celebrate the killers have re-doubled since May 2014, following the coming to power of the new regime in New Delhi. The time is right, therefore, to set the record straight. The visceral hatred directed against Gandhi and the denigration of everything he stood for need to be recounted if we are to understand the political nature of that dastardly act. This book attempts to weave together archival documents from Government of India records relating to developments after the assassination, with translation of works in Marathi, Gujarati and Hindi de-constructing the ideology responsible for the political killing. While several of the documents have appeared before in issues of Communalism Combat, this compilation presents new material on the subject. The first English translation of Jagan Phadnis’s book, Mahatmyache Akher, forms part of the dossier, as do Y.D. Phadke’s analysis of attempts to legitimize Gandhi’s killing and Chunibhai Vaidya’s analysis of Pradeep Dalvi’s play on Godse. It also covers the recent controversy over the destruction of files relating to Gandhi’s assassination by Government of India.
Category: History

Unreasonable Doubt

Author : Essam M. Al Mohandis
ISBN : 9781482828474
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What urged me to jot down what I had written in this little novel are the lessons that I have learned from the grand Lifes University. I had benefited from the experiences that I learned. Some specific points are clearly pointed and i am sure you would be able to grasp what is between the lines! Yes. I had learned, felt, seen and believed that the person who is conscious of Allah, the Almighty, He would make him a way out and provide him with means from sources he would think the least he would be able to get from. Allah, the Almighty granted me strength after weakness. He granted me security after being frightened. He granted me provisions after being poor. Allah, the Almighty employed for me those who knew me and those who dont know me!. I kept on calling and invoking upon the King of all kings; Lord. I raised my hand up to Him. He didnt return them empty out of His generosity and kindness . Some of the most beautiful moments are those which man spends with his own thoughts and memories that he lives second by second as he feels their sweetness, bitterness, hopes, pains, pleasures and sorrows, and all their details. As I jot down what I could of such moments and capture them [by words and phrases], I beg your pardon and ask your forgiveness. I don't mean to excite you and stir your emotions through a novelist writing, but rather, I would like to give an [honest] account of my own story that carries my own emotions and feelings. I seek your permission to sail with me in order to narrate to you, and in order to see with your own eyes the events of two months of suffering and pains that I spent in the USA, in the state of Massachusetts, in the city of Boston.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Know Doubt

Author : John Ortberg
ISBN : 9780310340928
Genre : Religion
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In this refreshingly candid look at what it takes to live a life of faith, John Ortberg takes an honest look at the misgivings and uncertainties that often shake our beliefs as we navigate through the highs and lows of life. Reflecting on his own bouts with doubt and uncertainty, Ortberg shares with readers his discovery that, rather than being a contradiction in terms, doubt and faith may be very much a part of each other. He challenges readers to consider how doubt can motivate us to study and learn, how questioning expands our understanding, and how uncertainty can lead to trust. These challenges point us toward the relief of being totally honest. The right kind of doubt can be a gift—an action-generating truth that actually allows us to deepen our faith and intimacy with God. Written to challenge, comfort, and inspire readers, Know Doubt reveals uncertainty as a cause for celebration.
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Faith And Doubt Of John Betjeman

Author : Kevin J. Gardner
ISBN : 9780826482723
Genre : Religion
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An anthology of the best of Sir John Betjeman's religious verse with a brilliant introductory and scholarly essay.
Category: Religion