|Statement||by Paul J. Stern with the assistance of Charles C. McArthur.|
|LC Classifications||RC460 .S76|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||72003181|
In Praise of the “Divine Madness” In his first book, translated from the French into English as Deceit, Desire, The Imaginative Conservative applies the principle of appreciation to the discussion of culture and politics—we approach dialogue with magnanimity rather than with mere civility. Will you help us remain a refreshing. While Unwinding Madness might not expose this obvious, long-standing hypocrisy, it provides, in comprehensive, scorching detail, every unfair and cruel aspect of the NCAA humbug. The book is a. An important development in the folds of Black studies, disability studies, and literary criticism, Black Madness:: Mad Blackness demands reading practices that account for, are accountable to, and originate within Black madness and mad Blackness.” — Alison Kafer, author of Feminist, Queer, Crip “This book delivers on its promise. Madness is such a powerful book. There were many times when I had to lay the book down for a moment, just because it was so strong. Marya Hornbacher has no self-pity at all, a thing that can be annoying when you're reading memoirs about mental illness and sometimes she even made me laugh, just because the situation was described so funny, even 4/5.
Praise. Advance Praise for Madness: “[A] startling debut I read Madness in a kind of fever, transported into its dreamscape of disorders, diagnoses, addictions, and procedures, shook by its lyrics of desire [sax’s] poems hit like sacred stimulants and wake the body from torpor.” – Diana Whitney, The San Francisco Chronicle. Content. In Praise of Folly starts off with a satirical learned encomium, in which Folly praises herself, after the manner of the Greek satirist Lucian, whose work Erasmus and Sir Thomas More had recently translated into Latin, a piece of virtuoso foolery; it then takes a darker tone in a series of orations, as Folly praises self-deception and madness and moves to a satirical examination of. **Missing it on Missing Out** My head is still spinning from this book. And, unfortunately, not in a productive way. Similar to the experience of other reviewers, I had expectations that this book would offer a useful exploration of how looking at the yet-unlived aspects of our lives can help guide us towards more meaningful lives/5. Rated out of 5 stars overall by 28 customers. Customer Reviews. Sort Reviews By. Date Average rating Helpfulness. Items 1 to 10 of 28 total. January 2, Having Fun Too!! My first Praise Book. Like many reviewers I would like refill paper. Thank you. September 8, Great gift for the artists in your life.5/5(29).
Praise for A Madness of Sunshine “Nalini Singh’s gorgeous descriptions of the wild west coast of New Zealand in A Madness of Sunshine add a palpable air of danger to the 'harsh and unforgiving landscape' of this beautiful land 'at the bottom of the world.'"—The New York Times Book Review “Dark and addictive. I couldn’t stop reading!/5(36). Today, the book is considered one of the catalysts of the Protestant Reformation. And he was criticized at the time for his ridicule, although apparently, the Pope found the book amusing. Nevertheless, Erasmus was a devout Catholic and had recently turned down advancement in the curia, the central governing body of the Catholic Church. Praise. Praise for A Madness of Sunshine “Nalini Singh’s gorgeous descriptions of the wild west coast of New Zealand in A Madness of Sunshine add a palpable air of danger to the ’harsh and unforgiving landscape’ of this beautiful land ‘at the bottom of the world.'”—The . In Praise of Unrequited Love - The Book of Life is the 'brain' of The School of Life, a gathering of the best ideas around wisdom and emotional intelligence. We are a practical species, and when we think of love, it is normal to focus on the sort that goes places, that is mutual, that leads people to form couples and perhaps one day households.