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He was the lawman who survived more gunfights than any other famous gun-slinging character in the book.
Time's editor, Thomas Griffith, in his book, The Waist-High Culture, wrote: `` most of what was different about it ( the Deep South ) I found myself unsympathetic to.
Lubell offers his book as an explanation of why there was no clue.
While convalescing in his Virginia home he wrote a book recording his prison experiences and escape, entitled: They Shall Not Have Me Published originally in ( Helion's ) English by Dutton & Co. of New York, in 1943, the book was received by the press as a work of astonishing literary power and one of the most realistic accounts of World War 2, from the French side.
`` My mother read a book right after I was born and there was a Lilian in the book she loved and I became Lilian -- and eventually I became Paula ''.
Steele apparently professed his sentiments in this book too openly and honestly for his own good, since the government was soon to use it as evidence against him in his trial before the House.
His nationalism was not a new characteristic, but its self-consciousness, even its self-satisfaction, is more obvious in a book that stretches over the long reach of English history.
If, as Reid says, `` nearly all his poetry was produced when he was not taking opium '', there may be some reason to doubt that he was under its influence in the period from 1896 to 1900 when he was writing the poems to Katie King and making plans for another book of verse.
Victor's book on John Lloyd Stephens was largely written in my study in the house at Weston.
I had had my name taken out of the telephone book, and this was partly because of a convict who had been discharged from Sing Sing and who called me night after night.
Later, rising ninety, he was beset by publishers for the story of his life and miracles, as he put it, but, calling himself the Needy Knife-grinder, he had spent his time writing short articles and long letters and could not get even a small popular book done.
Both Alfred Harcourt and Donald Brace had written him enthusiastic praise of Elmer Gantry ( any changes could be made in proof, which was already coming from the printer ) and they had ordered 140,000 copies -- the largest first printing of any book in history.
He was outraged by the book and announced that he had discovered fifty technical errors in its account of church practices.
But his rancor did not cease, and presently, on March 13, when he preached a sermon on the text, `` And Ben-hadad Was Drunk '', he told his congregation how disappointed he was in Mr. Lewis, how he regretted having had him in his house, and how he should have been warned by the fact that the novelist was drunk all the time that he was working on the book.
Since the great flood of these dystopias has appeared only in the last twelve years, it seems fairly reasonable to assume that the chief impetus was the 1949 publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four, an assumption which is supported by the frequent echoes of such details as Room 101, along with education by conditioning from Brave New World, a book to which science-fiction writers may well have returned with new interest after reading the more powerful Orwell dystopia.
Even so apparently impartial a critic as W. H. Frohock has taken for granted that the book was originally intended as a piece of Loyalist propaganda ; ;

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The book, published in 1927, has been selling steadily ever since.
He knew all about it and had put it down in journal form in The War In A Black Shirt, a wonderful book not, for some strange reason, published in the U.S..
I was surprised and sorry to find in your issue of March 4 a long and detailed attack upon a book that had not yet been published.
But I have compared its text with already published commentaries on the 1960 series of Godkin lectures at Harvard, from which the book was derived, and I can with confidence challenge the gist of C. P. Snow's incautious tale ''.
This might be said to be an upper- or an upper-middle-class bias, but the Commission published as one of its staff studies a book by Byron S. Hollingshead entitled Who Should Go To College??
The programs were so well received by the British public that the arguments have been published in a totally engrossing little book called, `` Rival Theories Of Cosmology ''.
He never succeeded in devising such a method, but his best attempt was published in his book Sophist, where he introduced his division method.
Base also published a colouring book version for children to do their own colouring.
His first book, Manhood of Humanity, was published in 1921.
The 21st chapter was omitted from the editions published in the United States prior to 1986 .< ref > Burgess, Anthony ( 1986 ) A Clockwork Orange Resucked in < u > A Clockwork Orange </ u >, W. W. Norton & Company, New York .</ ref > In the introduction to the updated American text ( these newer editions include the missing 21st chapter ), Burgess explains that when he first brought the book to an American publisher, he was told that U. S. audiences would never go for the final chapter, in which Alex sees the error of his ways, decides he has lost all energy for and thrill from violence and resolves to turn his life around ( a slow-ripening but classic moment of metanoia — the moment at which one's protagonist realises that everything he thought he knew was wrong ).
Unlike the models mentioned above, Christie's Poirot was clearly the result of her early development of the detective in her first book, written in 1916 but not published until 1920.
This book, which established his reputation, was first translated into English by William Montgomery and published in 1910 as The Quest of the Historical Jesus.
Having fulfilled his promise, Warner published a book entitled How We Recovered The Ashes.
thumbAmerica's National Game is a book by Albert Spalding, published in 1911 detailing the early history of the sport of baseball.
The division of labour was initially discussed by Adam Smith, regarding the manufacture of pins, in his book The Wealth of Nations ( published in 1776 ).
Adam Smith discusses the division of labour in the manufacture of pins at length in his book The Wealth of Nations ( published in 1776 ).
In 2008, Penny Sartori, an intensive care nurse from Swansea, published a book about near death experiences following 10 years of research.
The original 256-page game book was published in 1991 by Phage Press, covering material from the first five novels ( the " Corwin Cycle ") and some details-sorcery and the Logrus-from the remaining five novels ( the " Merlin Cycle "), in order to allow players to roleplay characters from the Courts of Chaos.
While working on a second book, Alcott and Peabody had a falling out and Conversations with Children on the Gospels was prepared with help from Peabody's sister Sophia, published at the end of December 1836.
In the book of " Ainu life and legends " by author Kyōsuke Kindaichi ( published by the Japanese Tourist Board in 1942 ) contains the physical description of Ainu: Many have wavy hair, but some straight black hair.
An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a book by the Scottish empiricist philosopher David Hume, published in 1748.
Their work was published in 1928 after Carnegie's death in Hill's book The Law of Success ( ISBN 0-87980-447-5 ) and in 1937, Think and Grow Rich ( ISBN 1-59330-200-2 ).
In 1960, Hill published an abridged version of the book containing the Andrew Carnegie formula for wealth creation.
The novel was first published in November and December 1928 in the German newspaper Vossische Zeitung and in book form in late January 1929.
" The book Plea Bargaining's Triumph: A History of Plea Bargaining in America published by Stanford University Press defines the plea as one in " which the defendant adheres to his / her claim of innocence even while allowing that the government has enough evidence to prove his / her guilt beyond a reasonable doubt ".

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