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  • Author

    |Author |-Johann Eduard Hari, a British Journalist and Writer, studied Social | |(Who is the person? Professor? Activist? From where and what |and Political Sciences at King’s College, Cambridge | |discipline? Who publishes/reads/teaches this person’s work?) | | |Audience (For whom was this article written? Academics> Teachers

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  • Book Report

    9/26/12 Maximum Ride: School’s Out-Forever, is the second book in the series, Maximum Ride, by James Patterson. Author James Patterson, has sold more books than any other author (according to Bookscan), and in total, his books have sold an estimated 260 million copies worldwide. Since 2006, one out of every seventeen hardcover fiction book sold was a Patterson title. His critically acclaimed Maximum Ride series debuted on the New York Times bestsellers

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    between text messaging and English grammar skills New Media & Society December 2012 14: 1304-1320, first published on May 11, 2012 doi:10.1177/1461444812442927 * This article was found in the Sage database under New Media and Society. The authors are Drew P. Cingel and S. Shyam Sundar. The article was published in December 2012 * The paper states the new generations methods of learning are changing towards technological ways such as communication technologies. * What fascinated me

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  • Book Review

    A Book Review Presented to Mrs. Evangeline Arguelles In Partial Fulfillment Of the Subject Requirement In ENGLISH III MERIKA MONJORVA III-Courage 17 October 2012 I. INTRODUCTION The Hunger Games focuses more on Katniss Everdeen’s hardships and struggles for survival. She bravely faces challenges that come in her way, especially when dealing with life and death situations. Moreover, she also realizes that she must be strong and determined as she chooses a difficult path instead

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  • Author

    feel ashamed. In this story poor society and racism is displayed. As a welfare recipient, with no father, Gregory had a tough life. He went to school like other children but was not treated fairly, and he worked, unlike most children. In “I Became Her Target”, by Roger Wilkins, the young boy dealt with being the new kid. He also felt ashamed, but this story goes on and takes a turn for the better. The teacher in Wilkins’ classroom was more of a teacher everyone would love to have. Wilkins was accepted

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    Seminar in Academic Inquiry: Banned Books LST 100-05 Nicolette Ford Fall, 2012 “I attest that I have not consulted my notes nor used any electronic resources except for my word processor in the completion of this exam.” 1. Select one of the texts that we have discussed in class, and identify one or two elements of it that would cause it to be challenged in schools and libraries. Then, argue whether those elements justify banning. In the book Fahrenheit 451, there are many elements

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  • Henrietta Lack's and Her Struggles

    Book: The Immortal Life of Henriettta Lacks Option A: Focus on Pathos Pathos Paper In the book Rebecca Skloot entitled, “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” the reader is able to identify pathos in parts of chapter eight and eleven entitled, “The Miserable Specimen and The Devil of Pain Itself.” In chapter 8 Skloot uses pathos to describe how Henrietta dealt with racism during her treatment, her miserable state of being during her radiation therapy treatments, and how her treatment impacted

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  • Hers.

    I dreamed of her last night again. As vivid as always, I was left with the idea of her and no image. She stood before me, her face in shadows, obscured from my view. Her hands reached out to me, beckoning me forward. Seeming to float, I moved toward her, long slender fingers gently grabbing my wrists, pulling me forward. Happily I submitted to her embrace, feeling her naked breasts press against mine, her skin silkily brushing against mine, intoxicating me with the sensations. Still, I couldn't

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    the story of 25 such IIM Ahmedabad graduates who chose the rough road of entrepreneurship. They are diverse in age, in outlook and the industries they made a mark in. But they have one thing in common: they believed in the power of their dreams. This book seeks to inspire young graduates to look beyond placements and salaries. To believe in their dreams. The Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship (CIIE) at IIM Ahmedabad aims at fostering innovation-driven entrepreneurship through

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    0-13-700114-2 ISBN-13: 978-0-13-700114-9 Educational Psychology: Developing Learners, Seventh Edition, by Jeanne Ellis Ormrod. Published by Allyn & Bacon. Copyright © 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. About the Author Jeanne Ellis Ormrod received her A.B. in psychology from Brown University and her M.S. and Ph.D. in educational psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. She earned licensure in school psychology through postdoctoral work at Temple University and the University of Colorado at Boulder

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  • Books

    A Great Story I read the books A Child Called It, The Lost Boy, and A Man Named Dave. The reason I choose these books is because they are true stories which keeps me interested. From the beginning it had me hooked. I had to keep reading because I wanted to know what was going to happen next. I learned some things about these books but one thing stood out to me the most and that is how the legal system was very different back then than it is now. I believe Dave Pelzer is a very strong individual

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  • Her Choice

    English 1301 April 2, 2012 Her Choice Even in today’s society, abortion is not a subject to be taken lightly. It takes an internal assessment of woman’s strength and values to be honest about where she stands on this conflicted subject. I had to do this assessment at a young age. I was fourteen when my seventeen-year-old sister, Susan, told me she was pregnant. I was stunned and could not believe that my smart and beautiful sister could do something as common as getting pregnant while

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  • Her Story

    Her Story 2011 Jedee Santil Domiclong 1/1/2011 A skinny girl in her hospital dress was staring at the horizon, feeling the cold breeze of November on the edge of a cliff. Haering the wind, and the waves of the water crashing to the rocks. Her name is Trissia. "Why? Why did You take everything from me? Did I do something wrong? I trusted You but You betrayed me? What did I ever disgrace You for?" She smiled bitterly and look up at the dark sky. "I remember 8 years ago when You

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  • Credibility of an Author Affected by the Accuracy and Completeness

    #1:  Is the credibility of an author affected by the accuracy and completeness of the reference list for a given article? "Reference list at the end of a journal article provides the information necessary to identify and retrieve each source" (APA, 2010). And this information needs to be accurate, complete and consistent to provide a clear picture to the reader referring you work, so that he/she can refer the list without confusion. If the author fails to do so then his/her credibility will affect badly

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  • Guide for Author

    GUIDE FOR AUTHORS BIOTROPIA, The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology is a scientific publication of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) – Southeast Asian Regional Center for Tropical Biology (BIOTROP). It publishes articles in the broad areas of tropical ecosystems and environmental impacts, biodiversity conservation and sustainable development, and environmental and forest biotechnology, covering all aspects of the discipline biology. Articles published in the

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  • Book

    probably did help that he was gorgeous. Sienna, she was absolutely gorgeous she had shoulder length curly brown hair and had a very urban style to her; she was a rock punk chic but had excellent taste in fashion. Sienna was very clumsy and was hardly ever serious she was the type of girl who would laugh at a funeral remembering the funniest thing her and that person ever did to one another, she liked to think of the best of things, which sometimes was not the most appropriate thing… Sienna was

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  • Book Review

    influential writers in modern crime fiction. Ruth Rendell was born at Ruth Grasemann on 1930. Her parents were teachers. After her high school, Rendell became a feature writer for her local paper, the Chigwell Times. Rendell met her husband, Don Rendell when she was working as a news writer. They got married when she was 20, and had a son, Simon. Simisola was a 1994 novel by Ruth Rendell. It features her recurring detective Inspector Wexford. Simisola was the first of what Ruth Rendell has called The

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  • Books

    Castle_Nikki.Heat.01_Hea... Contents One It was always the same for her when she arrived… Two Nikki Heat’s footsteps echoed back at her off the concrete… Three Heat and Rook trailed two steps behind Noah Paxton as… Four Nikki didn’t go home following the movie after all. She… Five There is very little chance of a high-speed pursuit on… Six Nikki stepped into the rooftop bar of the Soho House… Seven Even as she stood frozen in her hallway, Nikki’s first… Eight When Detective Heat nosed the Crown Vic

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  • Launch of a New Book Author

    Launch of a New Children’s Book Author Without some form of promotional advertising, intended customers would not be reached. Using sales promotion, personal relations, publicity and personal selling are communications tools that are required to market new products and bring success. Addressed will be these tools and how essential they are to launching new products. Jamie Donaldson, a new inspiring children’s book author has launched a three book series titled, “Golden Rules for Girls”. The

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  • Book Review

    IV – St. Ignatius BOOK REPORT For one more day By: Mitch Albom Mitchell David "Mitch" Albom (born May 23, 1958) is an American best-selling author, journalist, screenwriter, dramatist, radio and television broadcaster and musician. His books have sold over 30 million copies worldwide. Having achieved national recognition for his sports writing in the earlier part of his career, he is perhaps best known for the inspirational stories and themes that weave through his books, plays and films. He

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  • Book Critique

    How to Write a Book Critique PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT: The idea behind this assignment is to give you the opportunity to read a detailed historical account on a particular subject and to analyze the book critically. The paper you will be writing should be a book critique, rather than a book report. In a book report, you simply summarize the book. In a book critique, you go much further - you analyze and evaluate the book. WHAT A BOOK CRITIQUE SHOULD INCLUDE: There are many things you

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  • Book Review

    BOOK REVIEW | LOSING THE BATTLE AGAINST ISLAMIC RADICALISM | | Raghav Sharma Research Intern, IPCS Descent into Chaos: How the War against Islamic Extremism is Being Lost in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia Ahmed RashidPenguin Books, 2008Pages: lviii+ 484 Price: Rs. 495  | |   | The timing and the title of the Ahmed Rashid's latest book could not have been more appropriate. It comes at a critical juncture as the US shifts into election mode marked by politically-charged debates

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    Sample manuscript for Journal of Applied Physicsa) A. Author,1,2,b) B. Author,2,c,d) and C. Author3,d) 1Department, University, City, Postal code, Country 2Corporation or Laboratory, Street address, Postal code, City, Country 33Department, University, City, State (spell out full name), Zip code, USA This is an abstract. It gives the reader an overview of the manuscript. Abstracts are required for all manuscripts. The Abstract should be self-contained (contain no footnotes or citations

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  • The Author, the Text, and the Reader

    of the text rather than for the development of a deconstructive or historicist perspective. The concerns that an ordinary reader seems likely to have about a literary text, such as its style, its narrative structure, or the reader's relation to the author, the impact on the reader's understanding or feelings - such concerns now seem of little interest. In this paper I should like to study a few kinds of reader and the subjectivity of their responses to the objectivity found within literary texts

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    including, but not limited to, in any network or other electronic storage or transmission, or broadcast for distance learning. Some ancillaries, including electronic and print components, may not be available to customers outside the United States. This book is printed on acid-free paper. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 DOW/DOW 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 ISBN MHID 978-0-07-802552-5 0-07-802552-4 Senior Vice President, Products & Markets: Kurt L. Strand Vice President, Content Production & Technology Services: Kimberly Meriwether

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  • What Is an Author

    What is an author? According to Webster’s dictionary, an author is broadly described as "the person who originated or gave existence to anything" and whose authorship determines responsibility for what was created. Narrowly defined, an author is the originator of any written work and can also be described as a writer. Michael Foucault’s intense and powerful essay, “What is an author?, claims that the author is not a person at all, but a “function” or “figure” which occurred in construction with

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    by the Copyright Licensing Agency, 90 Tottenham Court Road, London W1P 9HE. Any person who does any unauthorised act in relations to this publication may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages. The author has asserted her right to be identified as the author of this work in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. First edition 1999 Second edition 2003 Published by PALGRAVE MACMILLAN Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG21 6XS and 175 Fifth Avenue, New York

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    anaesthetist at St. Bartholomew's Hospital,1 a ship's surgeon and an assistant editor of the British Medical Journal. He left medical practice in 1952 and started writing his "Doctor" series. "Doctor in the House" is one of Gordon's twelve "Doctor" books and is noted for witty description of a medical student's years of professional training. To a medical student the final examinations are something like death: an unpleasant inevitability to be faced sooner or later, one's state after which

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  • Books

    Emile Zola 17. A Farewell to arms - Ernest Hemingway 18. Across the river and into the trees - Ernest Hemingway  19. The old man and the sea - Ernest Hemingway 20. Jeeves and wooster( this is a series consisting of about 50 books approx.) - PG Wodehouse (Russian authors) 21. Anna karenina - Leo Tolstoy 22. War and peace - Leo Tolstoy  23. A collection of Short stories - Maxim Gorky 24. Notes from the underground - Fyodor Dostoevsky  25. Crime and Punishment -Fyodor Dostoevsky 26. The brothers

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  • Six Characters in Search of an Author

    Six Characters in Search of an Author (Sei personaggi in cerca d’autore) A COMEDY IN THE MAKING By Luigi Pirandello [1921] English version by Edward Storer [New York: E. P. Dutton, 1922] [see also 1925 preface by author] CHARACTERS of the Comedy in the Making • THE FATHER • THE MOTHER • THE STEP-DAUGHTER • THE BOY • THE CHILD • (The last two do not speak) • THE SON • MADAME PACE ACTORS of the Company • THE MANAGER • LEADING

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  • Book Reviews

    1. Good Review – The good review I found was on for Life of Pi. The author of the review did not regurgitate the synopsis found on the back of the book nor laden the review with spoilers, but rather gave his/her opinion on the book, the narrative style, writing and structure and what was enjoyable about the book for him/her. 2. Bad Review – I found a bad review on for The Girl on the Train. The reviewer, J.Regan, noted that the story was well written, that it keeps the

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    first hand research with a number of international cruise companies providing a real world insight into this industry. Each case study is followed by questions that are intended to illuminate issues and stimulate discussion. The structure of the book is designed so the reader can either build knowledge cumulatively for an in-depth knowledge of managerial practices and procedures onboard a cruise ship, or they can ‘dip in' and make use of specific material and case studies for use within

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  • Book Deal

    explaining about the experience of the author in this field and she is a well known name in the field of Behavioral Decision research (BDR). Slovsky’s has a keen interest in writing this book and this will the first of its kind helping the small investors. Publisher than stated as the author is new and its her first book. So it will be good to with $100,000. Agent told seeing the vast experience and mission of Slovosky this is a below par offer for the book. Publisher told that, since she

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  • Book

    THE PLAYER Good game design is player-centric. That means that above all else, the player and her desires are truly considered. Rather than demanding that she do something via the rules, the gameplay itself should inherently motivate the player in the direction the designer wants her to go. Telling players they must travel around the board or advance to the next level is one thing. If they don’t have a reason and a desire to do it, then it becomes torture. In creating a game, designers take

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  • Published Author

    the way, detective, I hear that was a nice family; especially the two young girls. I hear that they were really nice. Yours ain’t so bad either, from what I saw. Especially the tall blond one. Doesn’t look like you, which is fortunate for her. Looks more like her mom. Fact is, they both look like fine pieces of ass.” Sipowitz slowly closed the door and turned to glare at Bronstein. “What did you just say?” His voice was subdued, barely holding back a menacing anger that was quickly

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  • Transcendentalism Significant Authors and Works

    Transcendentalism : Significant Authors and Works Transcendentalism was a physiological and literary movement that began in New England in the 1840's. Many highly regarded scholars at this time attended meetings in Boston to discuss and write about spiritual ideas ; They called themselves the Transcendentalists. They had very radical opinions and were nonconformists when it came to organized religion. Their goal was to share a personal sense of spirituality and to tell that everyone had a private

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  • Book Critique

    this text serves as a guide to single parents who are thinking about dating. This book details the struggles and expectations single parents may face in the dating field. Deal places a huge focus on the single parent and the individual dating the single parent. Deal addresses every stage of the dating process in throughout the text. Although the text places a huge focus on dating and the single parent the author recognizes the challenges a single parents paramour may be facing during this transition

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  • Her Fearful Symetrey

    Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger Reading guide About the Book Julia and Valentina Poole are normal American teenagers – normal, at least, for identical ‘mirror’ twins who have no interest in college or jobs or possibly anything outside their cosy suburban home. But everything changes when they receive notice that an aunt whom they didn’t know existed has died and left them her flat in an apartment block overlooking Highgate Cemetery in London. They feel that at last their own lives

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    slim stands in the doorway Steinbeck does not mention the light.The author represents Curlys wife as somebody who catches the darkness over others.This is shown through the language that the characters use to call her for example "slut,slag,tart",Curlys wife taunts and provokes the ranch and others into talking with her, an action that causes Curley to beat them up. George sees her as a "tart," but Lennie is fascinated by her soft hair and looks. She is unsympathetically portrayed as a female

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  • Books

    FAHRENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury This one, with gratitude, is for DON CONGDON. FAHRENHEIT 451: The temperature at which book-paper catches fire and burns PART I IT WAS A PLEASURE TO BURN IT was a special pleasure to see things eaten, to see things blackened and changed. With the brass nozzle in his fists, with this great python spitting its venomous kerosene upon the world, the blood pounded in his head, and his hands were the hands of some amazing conductor playing all the symphonies of

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  • Authors

    of ten. He was extremely smart and was a talented writer. He left Ireland to go to Paris and take up medicine, however, his mother fell ill and he returned to his hometown to take care of her. He wrote a book compiled of 15 short stories and that did not bring in a lot of money and he published a second book. Joyce had a way of taking your mind through a journey. He was not afraid to push the boundaries and some of his work was banned in 1932. Joyce died before WWII was over where his family

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    Brand Failures Matt Haig Kogan Page Brand Failures Praise for Brand Failures. . . “You learn more from failure than you can from success. Matt Haig’s new book is a goldmine of helpful how-not-to advice, which you ignore at your own peril.” Laura Ries, President, Ries & Ries, marketing strategists, and bestselling co-author of The Fall of Advertising and the Rise of PR and The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding “Every marketer will read this with both pleasure and profit. But the lessons

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  • Eden Robinson: Incorporating Her Beliefs Into Her Work

    Eden Robinson: Incorporating her beliefs into her work A value is something that someone individually believes is important, Eden Robinson has demonstrated 3 of her values from the characters in her novel as well as her life. Loyalty is showing constant appreciation and support towards someone or something. Spirituality is the state of being spiritual and believing in spirits and supernatural people or objects. Determination is when someone decides that something is so important to them that no

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    |idea) associated with a certain idea, person or | | |it | | |situation and accompanying its/his/her | | | | | |reappearance throughout the text |

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  • English Author

    An English author widely read in the nineteen-hundreds, was Jane Austen. Although Austen’s works were widely read and popular in her lifetime, she published her works anonymously. All of her books are mainly about of her bright, young heroines in courtship and finally marriage, even though Austen herself never married. Her best-known books include PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. Virginia Woolf, a renown critic in Austen’s time called Austen "the most perfect artist among women." Austen’s position as part of

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  • Close Reading the Death of the Author

    1/11/12 Response Essay “ Roland Barthes' “The Death of the Author” In his essay, “ The Death of the Author”, Roland Barthes argues against the classic criticism. He argues that classic criticism imposes limits upon the text itself by focusing on the author rather than the text. He argues that writing is the “ destruction of every voice, of every point of origin.” (Barthes 185) Barthes argues that there is no such thing as an author. He believes that there is only a scriptor whose ideas are not

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  • On Her Knees

    On her knees "On Her Knees" is about dignity: about maintaining dignity and understanding the true meaning of dignity. The narrator supposes his mother's dignity is devalued, perhaps destroyed, because she works on her knees cleaning other people's houses. This is especially true since she used to have specialized employment in a medical office. The narrator is himself pursuing his dignity at law school, feeling that externals, like employment, provide the basis for dignity. In connection with

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  • Book

    that she was at all times concealed from view. The Hunter Relemar was in pursuit of her. She did not know that he was a Hunter; it was obvious, however, that he was differ-ent from other naoli.Deep scream, lovely scream, wanting out . . . She reached the thousand gallon storage tank in which she now made her home. She pulled open the entry plate (it squeaked; Relemar listened for squeaks) and went inside. Behind her, there was a scraping noise . . . Rats, she thought, lighting the glow lamp. The tank

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    morality can be maintained without religion. Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that our national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle. Was George Washington a Christian? Consider these words from his personal prayer book: 'Oh, eternal and everlasting God, direct my thoughts, words and work. Wash away my sins in the immaculate blood of the lamb and purge my heart by the Holy Spirit. Daily, frame me more and more in the likeness of thy son, Jesus Christ, that living

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  • Of Books

    Theo Siggelakis Prof. T Dansdill February 20, 2012 Of Books Books either encompass my thinking or they stretch the limits of my imagination. Some of the most inspiring books are those which capture life, as I know it down to every specific detail. These books are similar to watching an HD TV; every detail is just so pronounced and accurate. Books that resemble this beautiful real life portrayal could be like J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in The Rye. Every emotion that Salinger delineates through

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