MY FOOLISH HEART

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My Foolish Heart

Author : James Pendergrast
ISBN : 0671536664
Genre : American wit and humor, Pictorial.
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This charming collection of cartoons about life and love from a "Rolling Stone" magazine contributor makes a wonderfully appropriate Valentine's Day gift.
Category: American wit and humor, Pictorial.

My Foolish Heart

Author : Susan May Warren
ISBN : 9781414360492
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 76.10 MB
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Unbeknownst to anyone in her small town, Isadora is a radio talk show host who gives advice on love and relationships even though she's never been on a date, but that may change now that a handsome stranger has moved in next door.
Category: Fiction

My Foolish Heart A Pop Up Book Of Love

Author : Nick Bantock
ISBN : 1452163022
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 46.60 MB
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From the creator of the bestselling Griffin & Sabine series comes a loving gift book that's (literally) full of heart. This quirky book takes six heart-themed expressions and gives them new meaning through engaging pop-ups. From Brave Hearted (a heart that looks like a tiger) to Light Hearted (a heart with lightbulbs surrounding it), My Foolish Heart features Bantock's signature art style in a small and giftable package. With its inimitable word play on turns of phrase, this playful book is a delightful surprise for Valentine's Day or whenever a token of unexpected affection is in order.
Category: Fiction

Songs Of Kabir From The Adi Granth

Author : Kabir
ISBN : 0791405605
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This translation presents the hymns of Kabir from the Adi Granth (the holy book of the Sikhs), which has been neglected because it is written in Gurmukhi script rather than Devanagari. The Introduction contextualizes these songs and proceeds to examine their construction of meaning. Most songs have explanatory notes, and there is a Glossary of names and terms that appear in Kabir's work.
Category: Literary Criticism

Salinger

Author : David Shields
ISBN : 9781476744834
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Draws on extensive research and exclusive interviews to share previously undisclosed aspects of the enigmatic writer's life, from his private relationships and service in World War II to his legal concerns and innermost secrets.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Music Of A Bleeding Heart

Author : Jennifer
ISBN : 9781468568684
Genre : Poetry
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Music Of A Bleeding Heart is the combination of the author's love of music complementing the themes of her poems. If you love the beauty of love and life, then you'll enjoy the music of her bleeding heart.
Category: Poetry

Trauma

Author : Michael Else
ISBN : 9781446101698
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Self Logic And Figurative Thinking

Author : Harwood Fisher
ISBN : 0231518668
Genre : Science
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Harwood Fisher argues against neuroscientific and cognitive scientific explanations of mental states, for they fail to account for the gaps between actions in the brain, cognitive operations, linguistic mapping, and an individual's account of experience. Fisher probes a rich array of thought from the primitive and the dream to the artistic figure of speech, and extending to the scientific metaphor. He draws on first-person methodologies to restore the conscious self to a primary function in the generation of figurative thinking. How does the individual originate and organize terms and ideas? How can we differentiate between different types of thought and account for their origins? Fisher depicts the self as mediator between trope and logical form. Conversely, he explicates the creation and articulation of the self through interplay between logic and icon. Fisher explains how the "I" can step out of scripted roles. The self is neither a discursive agent of postmodern linguistics nor a socially determined entity. Rather, it is a historically situated, dynamically constituted place at the crossroads of conscious agency and unconscious actions and evolving contextual logics and figures.
Category: Science