TRACES OF BLISS

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Traces Of Bliss

Author : Cecilia Velastegui
ISBN : 9780983745877
Genre : Fiction
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In the affluent Los Feliz enclave of Los Angeles, five wealthy seniors recall vivid memories of ancestors after Claire, a young massage therapist, uses her grandmother's specially blended Amazonian aromatherapy oil. The seniors' live-in caregivers, each with a rich history, are inevitably caught up in the drama as the past collides with the present..
Category: Fiction

Bliss

Author : Catherine Schultz
ISBN : 1462830811
Genre : Self-Help
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What is bliss? What prevents bliss? How might one live in bliss? Peoples bliss experiences along with various scientific explanations reveal oneness each moment ... transcending any thought about what is occurring. What is Present before, during and after experience? Relax. Drown into One Self.
Category: Self-Help

Traces And Emergence Of Nonlinear Programming

Author : Giorgio Giorgi
ISBN : 9783034804394
Genre : Computers
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The book contains reproductions of the most important papers that gave birth to the first developments in nonlinear programming. Of particular interest is W. Karush's often quoted Master Thesis, which is published for the first time. The anthology includes an extensive preliminary chapter, where the editors trace out the history of mathematical programming, with special reference to linear and nonlinear programming.​
Category: Computers

The Middle Of Nowhere

Author : Bob Sloan
ISBN : 9781555847388
Genre : Fiction
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In its starred review, Publishers Weekly called Bliss Jumps the Gun the book for the mystery reader who's looking for something fresh and strong. Now in The Middle of Nowhere, Bob Sloan has once again created an intricate plot and characters that will keep you on the edge on your seat. Homicide detective Lenny Bliss wears consciousness like an albatross. He is looking for some inner peace. Instead he gets a floater fished out of the East River. Then his comedienne turned novelist wife wants to tag along. She's writing a novel about, of all things, a homicide detective. The investigation is not going swimmingly (they never do, with floaters) when another case takes precedent—the bludgeoning of a young man during a party in a swanky Upper East Side townhouse. Arriving on the scene, Bliss realizes he's been to this townhouse before, the night he went looking for his missing daughter who had also been to the swanky townhouse party. If his previous visit is revealed, it will taint the case and make Bliss a very likely suspect. In The Middle of Nowhere, Bob Sloan writes with the lyrical toughness of James Lee Burke and the dark humor of Carl Hiassen, creating a torrid and revealing look at the dark underbelly of New York's wealthy elite-and the deeper darkness that lies under that.
Category: Fiction

Djuna Barnes And Affective Modernism

Author : Julie Taylor
ISBN : 9780748646760
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Explores the dynamic connections between the affective body and Djuna Barnes's textual corpus. Julie Taylor uses the writings of the American novelist, poet, dramatist, artist and journalist Djuna Barnes to form the basis of a series of disruptive questions about modernist aesthetics and the politics of reading.
Category: Literary Criticism

Neurobiology Of Learning And Memory

Author : James L. McGaugh
ISBN : 9971508680
Genre : Science
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This volume consists of 82 classic and important contributions to the basic neurobiology of learning and memory. Included are historical articles as well as articles on developmental plasticity, hormones and memory, long-term potentiation, electrophysiology of memory, biochemistry of memory, morphology of memory, invertebrate models, and features of animal and human memory. This is a companion volume to Brain Theory Reprint Volume in which articles on mathematical models of memory are presented.
Category: Science

Basque Cinema

Author : Rob Stone
ISBN : 9780857729682
Genre : History
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Cinema has always been a vital medium for articulating the Basque region's unique identity and politics. The first definitive study of Basque cinema, this book provides a systematic analysis of the key Basque films, directors and cinematic institutions. Its narrative moves from the romanticised Basque Country travelogues of Pathé to the coded oppositional aesthetics of Franco-era films; from the post-Franco 'new wave' supported by regional government funding to the boom in auteurist cinema during the 1980s and 1990s. It also charts the contemporary impact of the film institute Basque Filmoteca and television channel Euskal Telebista in producing and disseminating Basque-language films. Based on archival research, close readings of films and in-depth interviews with influential figures in the Basque film scene, this book is essential reading for world film scholars and cultural historians.
Category: History