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Loose Ends False Starts

Author : Brenner Sydney
ISBN : 9789811208195
Genre : Science
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Sydney Brenner was born in South Africa and educated at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (Medicine and Science). He then moved to Oxford and received a D.Phil in 1952, before joining the MRC Unit in the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge in 1956. His various accomplishments include serving as the Director of MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, founding the Molecular Science Institute in Berkeley, holding the position of Distinguished Professor at the Salk Institute, La Jolla. And during his last years, Sydney Brenner played a key role in shaping research and development in the biomedical sector in Singapore as A*Star Senior Fellow.He was one of the greatest biologists of the 20th century and was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2002 for his pioneering work in the field of molecular biology. He was also known for his boundless curiosity, sharp intellect and courage to speak with clarity and characteristic wit as evident in this delightful book which is a compilation of the columns that he wrote for Current Biology in the late '90s.
Category: Science

James Shirley And Early Modern Theatre

Author : Barbara Ravelhofer
ISBN : 9781317111528
Genre : Performing Arts
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James Shirley was the last great dramatist of the English Renaissance, shining out among other luminaries such as John Ford, Ben Jonson, or Richard Brome. This collection considers Shirley within the culture of his time, and highlights his contribution to seventeenth-century English literature as poet and playwright. Individual essays explore Shirley’s musical theatre and spoken verse, performance conditions, female agency and politics, and the presentation of his work in manuscript and print. Collectively, the essays assemble a larger picture of Caroline drama, showing it to be more than simply a nostalgic endgame, its poets daintily sipping hemlock on the eve of the Civil Wars. Shirley’s literary versatility and long life, spanning the last days of Queen Elizabeth I to the ascension of Charles II, make him an ideal writer through whom to examine the distinctive qualities of Caroline theatre.
Category: Performing Arts

The Routledge International Handbook Of Intercultural Arts Research

Author : Pamela Burnard
ISBN : 9781317437253
Genre : Art
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For artists, scholars, researchers, educators and students of arts theory interested in culture and the arts, a proper understanding of the questions surrounding ‘interculturality’ and the arts requires a full understanding of the creative, methodological and interconnected possibilities of theory, practice and research. The International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research provides concise and comprehensive reviews and overviews of the convergences and divergences of intercultural arts practice and theory, offering a consolidation of the breadth of scholarship, practices and the contemporary research methodologies, methods and multi-disciplinary analyses that are emerging within this new field.
Category: Art

Twelfth Night Language And Writing

Author : Frances E. Dolan
ISBN : 9781472518316
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Frances E. Dolan examines the puzzling pronouns and puns, the love poetry, mischief, and disguises of Twelfth Night, exploring its themes of grief, obsessive love, social climbing and gender identity, and helping you towards your own close-readings.
Category: Literary Criticism

Such A King Harry

Author : Phyllis N. Braxton
ISBN : 9781469169019
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study of Shakespeares Falstaff versus Shakespeare Criticism takes a view of Falstaff that is critically unorthodox but which is supported by the text. This reading of the Falstaff plays sees the playwright basing his fiction on natural law, but bending natural law to present a world of personified natural phenomena. This reading is logically consistent, and conforms to all fictional requirements for necessity and probability, thus eliminating the supposed errors that criticism, which sees the plays as strictly realistic vehicles, appears to find in these plays.
Category: Literary Criticism

Creation Made Free

Author : Thomas Jay Oord
ISBN : 9781621894926
Genre : Religion
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Open Theology offers an advantageous framework for engaging the sciences. With its emphasis upon creaturely freedom, relationality, realist epistemology, and love, Open Theology makes a fruitful dialogue partner with leading fields and theories in contemporary science. In Creation Made Free, leading proponents of open theism explore natural and social scientific dimensions of reality as these dimensions both inform and are informed by Open Theology. Important themes addressed include evolution, creation ex nihilo, emergence theory, biblical cosmology, cognitive linguistics, quantum theory, and forgiveness.
Category: Religion

We Re In The Front Line

Author : Kristine Anne Miller
ISBN : UOM:39015034422108
Genre : English literature
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Lunch With A Stranger

Author : David Esdaile Walker
ISBN : UOM:39015009353023
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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Category: World War, 1939-1945

Between Heaven And Hell

Author : W. Bruce Lincoln
ISBN : UOM:39015047081545
Genre : Art
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Explores the social and political aspects of Russian art in a saga that spans Byzantine Christianity, the czarist splendor, the return of brutalized exiles to their homelands, and the artists who captured these moments
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ISBN : UCAL:B5166861
Genre : Bibliography
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The Homiletic Review

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ISBN : UTEXAS:059172133419571
Genre : Theology, Practical
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Interpretations Of Shakespeare

Author : Kenneth Muir
ISBN : STANFORD:36105003751463
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"The lectures selected by Kenneth Muir stand independently on their merits as essays in criticism.... Even the oldest of them, C.S. Lewis's 'Hamlet, ' retains its provocative edge. Others have acquired a classic status."--Times Higher Education Supplement. "The collection makes important essays more widely available."--Times Literary Supplement. Traditionally, the annual Shakespeare Lectures of the British Academy--from which this volume's selections have been drawn--have addressed themselves to the educated general reader. Anyone interested in Shakespeare, including playgoers, will find much illuminating discussion in this volume. Among the contributors to this volume are Dame Helen Gardner, C.S. Lewis, Philip Edwards, and G.K. Hunter, all of whom have made substantial contributions to Shakespeare criticism in general.