THE PLAGIARIST

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The Plagiarist

Author : Christopher Nosnibor
ISBN : 9780955693908
Genre : Fiction
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Ben is struggling to find his way in postmodern society; lost in a blizzard of information, his very identity is fading. As he struggles to find his way THE PLAGIARIST - a mysterious, soluble character, half-real, half-imaginary, ever constant but never the same - acts as a guide who shows Ben to the edge of the precipice. But can he be trusted? This curious anti-novel may have all the answers...A riot of experimentation, THE PLAGIARIST is an example of contemporary theory in practice, melding Bloom's theories on influence to a series of unreliable or schizophrenic narrators against a backdrop created by Frederic Jameson. With a narrative fabricated from the effluvia of the now, whoch continues the work started by Burroughs and developed by contemporaries like Kenji Siratori, this book demonstrates how postmodern society can cause the individual to lose themselves and the plot.
Category: Fiction

The Plagiarist In The Kitchen

Author : Jonathan Meades
ISBN : 9781783522415
Genre : Cooking
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‘I adore Meades’s book . . . I want more of his rule-breaking irreverence in my kitchen’ New York Times ‘The Plagiarist in the Kitchen is hilariously grumpy, muttering at us “Don’t you bastards know anything?” You can read it purely for literary pleasure, but Jonathan Meades makes everything sound so delicious that the non-cook will be moved to cook and the bad cook will cook better’ David Hare, Guardian The Plagiarist in the Kitchen is an anti-cookbook. Best known as a provocative novelist, journalist and film-maker, Jonathan Meades has also been called ‘the best amateur chef in the world’ by Marco Pierre White. His contention here is that anyone who claims to have invented a dish is delusional, dishonestly contributing to the myth of culinary originality. Meades delivers a polemical but highly usable collection of 125 of his favourite recipes, each one an example of the fine art of culinary plagiarism. These are dishes and methods he has hijacked, adapted, improved upon and made his own. Without assuming any special knowledge or skill, the book is full of excellent advice. He tells us why the British never got the hang of garlic. That a purist would never dream of putting cheese in a Gratin Dauphinois. That cooking brains in brown butter cannot be improved upon. And why – despite the advice of Martin Scorsese’s mother – he insists on frying his meatballs. Adorned with his own abstract monochrome images (none of which ‘illustrate’ the stolen recipes they accompany), The Plagiarist in the Kitchen is a stylish object, both useful and instructive. In a world dominated by health fads, food vloggers and over-priced kitchen gadgets, it is timely reminder that, when it comes to food, it’s almost always better to borrow than to invent.
Category: Cooking

Rob The Plagiarist

Author : Robert Fitterman
ISBN : UOM:39015078795625
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry. "I had a suspicion about this work. I mistrust all frank and simple poetry. This book makes me feel like my trust was wasted. I finally had somebody verify the story. I thought it was accidental. I lost the disgusted feeling and was happy. This book makes me feel like I end up with nothing, but somehow it makes me feel better. I rather liked it. The soft, brushed covering is removable and easy to clean. Adjustable strap holds poems in desired position. New bolder and larger print is easier to see and read. Casing made of 50% post-consumer content. PMA certified nontoxic. Featuring an outstanding one-of-a-kind circle design, this eye-catching creation is certain to become a topic of conversation"--Charles Bernstein.
Category: Poetry

The Plagiarist

Author : Benjamin Cheever
ISBN : UOM:39015032812078
Genre : Fiction
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Arthur Prentice, the son of an aging, alcoholic, much-celebrated American author, embarks on a career with a prestigious magazine and finds himself undertaking an emotional journey that transforms every facet of his life. "An ingenious first novel".--Newsweek.
Category: Fiction

Pasteur The Plagiarist

Author : Montague Richard Leverson
ISBN : UOM:39015081399316
Genre : Germ theory of disease
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Category: Germ theory of disease

The Plagiarist

Author : Hugh Howey
ISBN : 1460958195
Genre : Fiction
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Adam Griffey is living two lives. By day, he teaches literature. At night, he steals it. Adam is a plagiarist, an expert reader with an eye for great works. He prowls simulated worlds perusing virtual texts, looking for the next big thing. And when he finds it, he memorizes it page by page, line by line, word for word. And then he brings it back to his world, the real world, and he sells it. But what happens when these virtual worlds begin to seem more real than his own? What happens when the people within them mean more to him than flesh and blood? What happens when a living thing falls in love with someone who does not actually exist?
Category: Fiction

Pasteur Plagiarist Impostor

Author : R. B. Pearson
ISBN : 0787306622
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1942 the Germ Theory Exploded. Contents: Preface; Prior History of the Germ Theory; Bechamp; Pasteur & Fermentation; Vinous Fermentation; Bechamp's Microzymas or Little Bodies; Silk Worm Disease - Another Steal; Pasteur Also a Faker - Antisepsis.
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Plagiarism In Latin Literature

Author : Scott McGill
ISBN : 9781139536653
Genre : History
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In response to critics who charged him with plagiarism, Virgil is said to have responded that it was easier to steal Hercules' club than a line from Homer. This was to deny the allegations by implying that Virgil was no plagiarist at all, but an author who had done the hard work of making Homer's material his own. Several other texts and passages in Latin literature provide further evidence for accusations and denials of plagiarism. Plagiarism in Latin Literature explores important questions such as, how do Roman writers and speakers define the practice? And how do the accusations and denials function? Scott McGill moves between varied sources, including Terence, Martial, Seneca the Elder and Macrobius' Virgil criticism to explore these questions. In the process, he offers new insights into the history of plagiarism and related issues, including Roman notions of literary property, authorship and textual reuse.
Category: History