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Eight Soviet Composers

by Gerald Abraham

The composers of Soviet Russia were well known among the most die hard music fans in the United Kingdoms, this delightful book was written as a bridge for the uninitiated wishing to learn more about classical...


Hay Making - With Information Cultivation, Sowing, Mulching and Other Aspects of Hay Making

by Various

This book contains a selection of articles on the subject of hay-making collected from many rare and respected sources. Topics include - The Establishment and Maintenance of Hay Fields, Theory and Practice of...


Roots of the Arab Spring: Contested Authority and Political Change in the Middle East

by Dafna Hochman Rand

The first book-length assessment of events whose ramifications are still unfolding, Roots of the Arab Spring is a coherent and incisive account of the factors that gave rise to the Arab Spring.


Maoists at the Hearth: Everyday Life in Nepal's Civil War

by Judith Pettigrew & David Gellner

Maoists at the Hearth details the ways that inhabitants of a hill village in central Nepal managed their everyday activities following the arrival of Maoist insurgents in the late 1990s, exploring their changing...


The Organization Man

by William H. Whyte & Joseph Nocera

"Recognized as a benchmark, Whyte's book reveals the dilemmas at the heart of the group ethos that emerged in the corporate and social world of the postwar era."—Nathan Glazer


Radical Pacifism in Modern America: Egalitarianism and Protest

by Marian Mollin

Radical Pacifism in Modern America illuminates the complex relationships between gender, race, activism, and political culture, identifying critical factors that simultaneously hindered and facilitated grassroots...


Slavery's Borderland: Freedom and Bondage Along the Ohio River

by Matthew Salafia

By centering the practical and figurative significance of the Ohio River as a political border, a cultural boundary, and an artery of movement and economy that gave form to the region, Matthew Salafia sheds...


A Kingdom of Priests: Ancestry and Merit in Ancient Judaism

by Martha Himmelfarb

Considers a range of texts—including the Book of Watchers, Book of Jubilees, legal documents from the Dead Sea scrolls, writings of Philo of Alexandria, and the Book of Revelation—to explore the tensions...


Monastic Bodies: Discipline and Salvation in Shenoute of Atripe

by Caroline T. Schroeder

An in-depth examination of the asceticism practiced at the White Monastery in Upper Egypt in the fifth century, using diverse sources, including monastic rules, theological treatises, sermons, letters, and material...


A Sufi-Jewish Dialogue: Philosophy and Mysticism in Bahya ibn Paquda's "Duties of the Heart"

by Diana Lobel

In A Sufi-Jewish Dialogue, Diana Lobel explores the full extent to which Duties of the Heart marks the flowering of the "Jewish-Arab symbiosis," the interpenetration of Islamic and Jewish civilizations.


Reengineering Management

by James Champy

The co-author of the monumental bestseller Reengineering the Corporation continues the reengineering revolution with another national bestseller that has already sold more than 165,000 copies in hardcover

Reengineering...


This Is Thailand

by MAREK LENARCIK & Oliver Slow

"This is Thailand" is the riveting real-life account of Marek Lenarcik's blind leap from the safe, comfortable and utterly bullshit, corporate world of Dublin to the charming, exotic beaches of Thailand.

With...


Christianity, Cults & Religions

by Paul Carden

Rose Bible Basics: Christianity, Cults & Religions - know what you believe and why

Christianity, Cults & Religions contains a side-by-side comparison of more than 40 world religions, cults and sects. Christianity,...


Pathfinder

by Karen Walrond

If you're considering a career change, are in the middle of a personal life transition- or are simply looking for a way to add some happy moments to your life-this creative, fun-filled guided journal will help...


Sam Houston: I Am Houston

by Mary Dodson Wade

Sam Houston was one of the most colorful characters in American history. From the time he ran away to join the Cherokee tribe because he didn't want to attend school to the day he freed Texas from Mexican rule...


Stephen F. Austin: The Son Becomes the Father of Texas

by Mary Dodson Wade

Stephen F. Austin is known as the Father of Texas. At the age of twenty-one years, he was elected to the territorial Legislature of Missouri, and served there until 1819, when he moved to Arkansas. While Stephen...


David Crockett: Hero and Legend

by Mary Dodson Wade

Colonel David Stern Crockett was a celebrated 19th-century American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. He represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served in the Texas Revolution,...


Jane Long: Texas Journey

by Mary Dodson Wade

Jane's father died when she was not yet one, and she lost her mother as a young girl. Orphaned, she went to live with her older sister in Natchez, where she met her husband, physician James Long. Jane followed...


Jane Long: Choosing Texas

by Mary Dodson Wade

Jane Long was a rough-and-tumble lady whose incredible strength and ambition earned her the title of the "Mother of Texas." As an orphan in Natchez, Jane met her husband, physician James Long and went with him...


Sam Houston: Standing Firm

by Mary Dodson Wade

Sam Houston was a big man. He did big things for Texas. From the time he ran away to live with the Cherokee as a boy until he signed the Texas Declaration of Independence and led the Texans to victory at the...