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📒Summary Of Here S To Us ✍ Instaread
📝Summary of Here s to Us Book Synopsis : Summary of Here’s to Us by Elin Hilderbrand | Includes Analysis Preview: Here’s to Us, a novel by Elin Hilderbrand, follows the aftermath of the death of celebrity chef Deacon Thorpe, who succumbed to an unexpected heart attack at the age of 53. The present-day action takes place over a long weekend in June 2016, six weeks after his death. Deacon’s best friend gathers the three women to whom Deacon had been married, as well as their children, for a long weekend at the family’s summer home in Nantucket to scatter Deacon’s ashes and tie up loose ends with his estate. As personalities clash and secrets come to light, the narrative flashes back to chart the rocky course of Deacon’s married life. Deacon’s story begins with a “perfect day” he shared with his father during a day trip to Nantucket at age 13, an experience that shaped his adulthood. That uncharacteristically fine day, father and son enjoyed beautiful weather… PLEASE NOTE: This is summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of Here’s to Us by Elin Hilderbrand | Includes Analysis · Summary of the Book · Important People · Character Analysis · Analysis of the Themes and Author’s Style About the Author With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways and analyze them for your convenience. Visit our website at instaread.co.
📒Love Is All Around Us ✍ heidi jacobsen
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📒Novels Of The Contemporary Extreme ✍ Alain-Philippe Durand
📝Novels of the Contemporary Extreme Book Synopsis : Charts a new international writing phenomenon - 'contemporary extreme literature'.
📒We Ll Always Have Cleveland ✍ Les Roberts
📝We ll Always Have Cleveland Book Synopsis : Fans of Les Robert's "Milan Jacovich" mystery series will enjoy this memoir in which Roberts tells how he discovered the heart and soul of a city while fictionalizing it for the series.
📒So You Want To Join The U S Peace Corps ✍ Luke Fegenbush
📝So You Want to Join the U S Peace Corps Book Synopsis : Joining the Peace Corps can seem like a daunting task. However, if you ve ever been interested or have entertained the thought of it, this book is the all-inclusive guide you need. When you turn 18, you can join the more than 220,000 Americans who have served in 63 countries. This experience is truly life changing; if you feel like you re in a rut or want to get out there and do something that you might not be able to do in the future, joining the Peace Corps might be the answer. This book contains many interviews with young people who have served in the Peace Corps; they tell their stories and give practical advice about joining. You will learn how to apply, the specific qualifications to join, and what you can do to boost your chances of submitting a winning application. We also cover everything that comes after the application process, such as the countries served, the languages spoken, and the vital medical and safety information that you will need to remain safe during your travels, all explained simply. After reading this book, the young adult audience will feel prepared and will know exactly what to expect. This book even covers how to adjust to coming back home. Pack your bags for a great adventure this book has you covered.-- (11/30/2016 12:00:00 AM)"
📒Here S To Our Fraternity ✍ Marianne Rachel Sanua
📝Here s to Our Fraternity Book Synopsis : An American Jewish fraternity whose evolution has mirrored larger social, historical, and cultural contexts. In the late 1800s an increasingly dominant fixture of student life on both US and European college campuses was the fraternity, groups of like-minded individuals who banded together based on "Greek" intellectual and social ideals. One such society was Zeta Beta Tau, founded by Dr. Richard James Horatio Gottheil and fourteen charter members at Columbia University in 1898 as a forum where young Jewish men could discuss their faith, enhance pride in their heritage, and embrace the ideals of the Zionist movement. In this study, Marianne Sanua follows the evolution of the fraternity from its rabbinical roots to its increased secularization and shows how ZBT's social opportunities, hitherto denied its members in the non-Jewish world, were a means of proving "first on the college campus and later to all the world that young Jewish men could be the equal of their best Gentile counterparts in achievement, breeding, appearance, behavior, and gentlemanly bearing." In chronicling ZBT, however, Sanua also examines broader issues like anti-Semitism, Zionism, assimilation, the presence of Jews in academe, and the changing goals and expectations of generations of the fraternity's members. From debating society to social, professional, and even matchmaking network, ZBT's history reflects its charter's ideals both to "encourage, strengthen, and continue friendships gained at college" and "to inculcate in the lives of its members a love and respect for all things Jewish."
📒The Writings Of Julian Of Norwich ✍ Nicholas Watson
📝The Writings of Julian of Norwich Book Synopsis : Julian of Norwich (ca. 1343&–ca. 1416), a contemporary of Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, and John Wyclif, is the earliest woman writer of English we know about. Although she described herself as &“a simple creature unlettered,&” Julian is now widely recognized as one of the great speculative theologians of the Middle Ages, whose thinking about God as love has made a permanent contribution to the tradition of Christian belief. Despite her recent popularity, however, Julian is usually read only in translation and often in extracts rather than as a whole. This book presents a much-needed new edition of Julian&’s writings in Middle English, one that makes possible the serious reading and study of her thought not just for students and scholars of Middle English but also for those with little or no previous experience with the language. &• Separate texts of both Julian&’s works, A Vision Showed to a Devout Woman and A Revelation of Love, with modern punctuation and paragraphing and partly regularized spelling. &• A second, analytic edition of A Vision printed underneath the text of A Revelation to show what was left out, changed, or added as Julian expanded the earlier work into the later one. &• Facing-page explanatory notes, with translations of difficult words and phrases, cross-references to other parts of the text, and citations of biblical and other sources. &• A thoroughly accessible introduction to Julian&’s life and writings. &• An appendix of medieval and early modern records relating to Julian and her writings. &• An analytic bibliography of editions, translations, scholarly studies, and other works. The most distinctive feature of this volume is the editors&’ approach to the manuscripts. Middle English editions habitually retain original spellings of their base manuscript intact and only emend that manuscript when its readings make no sense. At once more interventionist and more speculative, this edition synthesizes readings from all the surviving manuscripts, with careful justification of each choice involved in this process. For readers who are not concerned with textual matters, the result will be a more readable and satisfying text. For Middle English scholars, the edition is intended both as a hypothesis and as a challenge to the assumptions the field brings to the business of editing.
📝De rebus creditis at quartum librum Codicis Commentarius Book Synopsis :
📒Good Newes And Bad Newes ✍ Samuel Rowlands
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