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What Days Are For

Author : Robert Dessaix
ISBN : 9780857985767
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"One Sunday night in Sydney, Robert Dessaix collapses on a Darlinghurst pavement, and is helped to his hotel room by a young man. What follows are weeks in hospital recovering from a heart attack that threatened to kill him. While lying in the hospital bed, Robert chances upon Philip Larkin's poem 'Days'. What, he muses, have his days been for? What and who has he loved - and why?"--Publisher description.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Those Days Are Gone From Hopelessness To Happiness

Author : Ekenenyie Ukpong
ISBN : 9781456792909
Genre : Reference
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If you are interested in making lasting, positive changes in life, you wont want to miss out on this book. It will provide you with a complete new look on life, personal network, and status. Certainly, Those Days are Gone! contains formidable ideas that help you to increase your personal power, develop passion, and purpose in life. It ensures that your plans are properly implemented both in good and bad times. You will develop new thought patterns, belief systems, and actions that will help you complete projects quickly, easily, and accurately putting an end to any form of procrastination. As a result, you will avoid the mistake of undervaluing yourself, products, or your services. Above all, you will learn to embrace your strengths and, ultimately, designate your weaknesses. It will always be the tool that you can use to construct your own success, and the capacity to overcome virtually every obstacle on your path. In addition, you will also learn how to turn a powerful and deadly enemy-time-into loyal and trust worthy friend. Those Days Are Gone! is a powerhouse book designed for the general audience including students, unemployed graduates, school drop-outs, sit-in-moms, job seekers, disabled, academicians, and other professionals. No matter where you are in your business career just starting out or already at the $50 million level you will understand better the challenges you face. As the title suggests, it means victory! victory for your health, marriage, wealth, hopes, and dreams. It is the little voice inside your head that responds to the constraints of life, and therefore shouts, Leave me alone, Im free. This is an extraordinary book full of practiced, proven strategies and techniques. I cant imagine trying to make it in business or life in general without having the benefit of the wisdom contained in Those Days Are Gone! It is a must-read book for everyone whos serious about controlling his own destiny.
Category: Reference

The Best Australian Essays 2015

Author : Geordie Williamson
ISBN : 9781863957779
Genre : Literary Collections
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Wonky, idiosyncratic, fragmentary, paradoxical, drunk on words, the essay has . . . a uniquely human thumbprint.—Geordie Williamson In The Best Australian Essays 2015, Geordie Williamson compiles the year’s outstanding short non-fiction. Read Helen Garner on condescension, DBC Pierre on travel, Ceridwen Dovey on autobiography, Tim Winton on injury, Anna Krien on first love, and Nicolas Rothwell on the northern coast. With bracing essays on politics, music, literature, history, art, sport and more, this impressive anthology will entrance, stimulate and entertain. Sebastian Smee • Anwen Crawford • Maria Tumarkin • Tim Flannery • Nadia Wheatley • James Bradley • Tim Winton • Gerard Elson • Rebecca Giggs • Alison Croggon • Mungo MacCallum • Sophie Cunningham • Jeff Sparrow • Nicolas Rothwell • Karen Hitchcock • Tegan Bennett Daylight • Drusilla Modjeska • Noel Pearson • Delia Falconer • Kirsten Tranter • Stephen Romei • Helen Garner • Anna Krien • Guy Rundle • Ceridwen Dovey • Matthew Lamb • Ashley Hay • Christian Ryan • David Walsh • Mark Mordue • Felicity Plunkett • DBC Pierre
Category: Literary Collections

Language Truth And Literature

Author : Richard Gaskin
ISBN : 9780191633034
Genre : Philosophy
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According to the literary humanist, works of imaginative literature have an objective meaning which is fixed at the time of their production and which is the same for all readers, then and thereafter, not subject to the vagaries of individual readers' responses. Such works refer to the real world and make statements about that world which are of cognitive as well as aesthetic value; the two kinds of value are indeed intimately connected. Richard Gaskin offers a defence of literary humanism, so understood, against assault from two directions. On the one hand, some analytic aestheticians have argued that works of literature do not bear referentially on the world and do not make true statements about it; others hold that such works do not make a contribution to knowledge; others again allow that works of literature may have cognitive value, but deny that this depends on their having truth or reference. On the other hand, reception-theorists and deconstructionists have rejected the humanist's objectivist conception of literary meaning, and typically take a pragmatist and anti-realist approach to truth and meaning. This latter, poststructuralist treatment of literature has often been accompanied by a radical politicization of its study. In defending literary humanism against these various forms of attack, Gaskin shows that the reading and appreciation of literature is a cognitive activity fully on a par with scientific investigation, and that we can and should engage in it disinterestedly for the sake of what can be learnt about the world and our place in it.
Category: Philosophy

Art Psychotherapy And Psychosis

Author : Katherine Killick
ISBN : 0415138426
Genre : Psychology
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Examining the role of art therapy in the treatment of psychosis, this volume uses clinical material and many examples of clients' work, experienced practitioners in order to describe working with patients in a variety of settings.
Category: Psychology

How To Believe

Author : John Cottingham
ISBN : 9781472907462
Genre : Philosophy
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In Why Believe? (Continuum) Professor John Cottingham argued that every human being possesses impulses and aspirations for which religious belief offers a home. His new book, How to Believe is concerned not so much with why we should believe as with what leads a person to become a believer. Cottingham challenges believers and non-believers alike to think afresh about the need to change their lives and about what such change might involve.
Category: Philosophy

The Veterans Practical Primer

Author : Ken Hudnall
ISBN : 097549239X
Genre : Business & Economics
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A practical guide for the veteran outlining how to obtain all of the benefits to which he or she is entitled.
Category: Business & Economics

The Last Days

Author : Edward Irving
ISBN : OXFORD:600005165
Genre : End of the world
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Category: End of the world

Excel Start Up Maths

Author : Damon James
ISBN : 174125258X
Genre : Mathematics
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Books in the Start Up Maths series: 5 Pages: 152 pp. Specification: Softcove r, perfect bound, 275 mm x 201 mm Category: Work book Publication Date: May 2007 In this b ook your child will find: 170 units of work to complete 38 review tests for revision over 2000 exercises to pract ise a Start Up section for extra help with understanding questi ons comprehensive coverage of the year's work
Category: Mathematics