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Writing in 1911, the anonymous author of Vinogradoff's biography in the Encyclopædia Britannica thought that Vinogradoff's Villainage in England ( 1892 ) is perhaps the most important book written on the peasantry of the feudal age and the village community in England ; it can only be compared for value with FW Maitland's Domesday Book and Beyond.
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Writing and anonymous
Writing anonymously the following month, Marcourt took credit for the placards in the address to benevolent Readers of his anonymous " Most useful and salutary little treatise of the holy Eucharist ", published at Neuchâtel, 16 November 1534, in which he avers " I have been moved by true affection to compose and edit in writing some true Articles on the importables insupportable?
The Matt Cohen Award: In Celebration of a Writing Life was established by a group of anonymous donors in his memory.
Writing and author
She is the author of a number of works of science fiction, fantasy and feminist literary criticism such as How to Suppress Women's Writing, as well as a contemporary novel, On Strike Against God, and one children's book, Kittatinny.
Along with her work as a writer of prose fiction, Russ was also a playwright, essayist, and author of nonfiction works, generally literary criticism and feminist theory, including the essay collection Magic Mommas, Trembling Sisters, Puritans & Perverts ; How to Suppress Women's Writing ; and the book-length study of modern feminism, What Are We Fighting For ?.
* The Best American Science and Nature Writing ( editor and introduction author, 2004 ) ISBN 978-0-618-24698-4
Science fiction writer Joanna Russ ( herself a lesbian ), author of How to Suppress Women's Writing, was one of the first major science fiction writers to take slash fiction and its cultural and literary implications seriously.
In An Apology for Writing So Much upon This Book, the poet compares her book to a child and compares the book / child and author / parent to birds.
Alan I Marcus ( born August 15, 1949 ) is the author of the history textbook Building Western Civilization: From the Advent of Writing to the Age of Steam ( 1998 ) and other books.
Writing to a friend John Roget in 1781 he said of Howard, " the author .. made a visit to every prison and house of correction in England with invincible perseverance and courage ; for some of the prisons were so infected by diseases and putrid air that he was obliged to hold a cloth steeped in vinegar to his nostrils .. and to change his clothes the moment he returned.
* On being a best-selling author: " Writing fiction, there are no limits to what you write as long as it increases the value of the paper you are writing on.
* Writing under the pseudonym of " Emile Ajar ", author Romain Gary becomes the only person to ever win the Prix Goncourt twice.
* Writing under the pseudonym of Emile Ajar, author Romain Gary becomes the only person ever to win the Prix Goncourt twice.
" Writing himself into The Plain Dealer as the " beastly author " of the china scene, Wycherley seems more amused than repentant.
* Wally Lamb, author of She's Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True, was the director of the Writing Center at the Norwich Free Academy in the city from 1989 to 1998.
Writing in The Guardian in November 2006, a month after Andrews ' death, McEwan professed innocence of plagiarism while acknowledging his debt to the author.
In addition to her mystery novels, Heilbrun was the author of 14 nonfiction books, including the feminist study Writing a Woman's Life ( 1988 ).
" Writing in The Spectator in 2006, author and journalist Leo McKinstry described her as " the high priestess of Tory sleaze ," whose actions helped to " undermine the reputation of the Conservative party in the 1990s and pave the way for the arrival of Tony Blair.
Writing all the numbers out ( such as thirteen hundred and sixty-two ) would not have easily fit the surface space, so the stone's author ( whether a forger or 14th-century explorer ) simplified things by using pentadic runes as numerals in the Indo-Arabic positional numbering system.
Outside of the band, Lynn Breedlove is also the author of a novel, Godspeed, published in 2002, now translated into German as Goetterspeed, and a memoir " Lynnee Breedlove's One Freakshow " published in 2009, winner of the 2010 Lambda Award for Transgender Writing.
Meanwhile a weary author may sympathize with Tai T ’ ung, who in the thirteenth century issued his ‘’ History of Chinese Writing ’‘ with these words: ‘ Were I to await perfection, my book would never be finished .’” ( p. ix )
Church is also the author, producer, and voice talent behind a trilogy of documentaries: " Road to Independence " ( the story of the Declaration of Independence ) and " The Fame of Our Fathers: How Immortality Inspired Our Constitution " and the " Spirit of ' 76 " ( Writing and ratifying the U. S. Constitution ).
Additionally, The Purdue Online Writing Lab explains common causes ranging an author being assigned a boring topic to an author who is so stressed out he / she cannot put words on the page, and suggests " possible cures " or invention strategy for each.
Writing and biography
Writing Coventry's biography in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, Philip Chesney Yorke stated that " though Sir William Coventry never filled that place in the national administration to which his merit and exceptional ability clearly entitled him, his public life together with his correspondence are sufficient to distinguish him from amongst his contemporaries as a statesman of the first rank.
In the 1990s Cocker shifted his focus from the orthodox biography of colonial figures, to a moral reflection upon the real impact of European Empire, this resulted in his next two books: Loneliness and Time: British Travel Writing in the Twentieth Century and Rivers of Blood, Rivers of Gold: Europe ’ s Conflict with Tribal People.
Writing and Britannica
Writing in 1992, one reviewer judged that the " range, depth, and catholicity of coverage the Britannica are unsurpassed by any other general Encyclopaedia.
Writing and thought
" Writing in Collier's more than 20 years earlier, Dorais ' Notre Dame teammate Knute Rockne acknowledged Cochems as the early leader in the use of the pass, observing, " One would have thought that so effective a play would have been instantly copied and become the vogue.
Writing in The Times Literary Supplement Philip Stead was more generous to Dr. No, although he thought that Fleming was offering " too opulent a feast " with the book, although he manages to pull this off, where " a less accomplished writer, lacking Mr. Fleming's quick descriptive gift and his powers of making his characters talk with such lucid and natural style, would never have got away with this story.
His series often challenge popular views of history: for example, Terry Jones ' Medieval Lives ( 2004 ) ( for which he received a 2004 Emmy nomination for " Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming ") argues that the Middle Ages was a more sophisticated period than is popularly thought, and Terry Jones ' Barbarians ( 2006 ) presents the cultural achievements of peoples conquered by the Roman Empire in a more positive light than Roman historians typically have, while criticizing the Romans as the true " barbarians " who exploited and destroyed higher civilizations.
" In another essay in Writing and Difference entitled " Violence and Metaphysics: An Essay on the Thought of Emmanuel Levinas ", the roots of another major theme in Derrida's thought emerges: the Other as opposed to the Same " Deconstructive analysis deprives the present of its prestige and exposes it to something tout autre, " wholly other ," beyond what is foreseeable from the present, beyond the horizon of the " same ".
Writing for The Observer, Robert Cushman thought that Le Mesurier played the role with " deeply grizzled torpor ", while Michael Billington, reviewing for The Guardian saw him as a " grey, gentle wisp of a man, full of half-completed gestures and seraphic smiles ".
Writing in The Observer, Maurice Richardson thought that " Mr. Fleming seems to be leaving realism further and further behind and developing only in the direction of an atomic, sophisticated Sapper.
Writing in The Times Literary Supplement, Phillip Stead thought that Fleming " continues uninhibitedly to deploy his story-telling talents within the limits of the Commander Bond formula.
Writing in the New York Post, Clive Barnes thought it was " the best thing that Lloyd Webber has written for the theater ," but Frank Rich of the New York Times was not impressed, observing that " empty material remains empty, no matter how talented those who perform it.
Writing for The Washington Post, Jerry Doolittle thought that Bond is " still irresistible to women, still handsome in a menacing way, still charming.
Writing from Ghana in 1957, James told American friends that Nkrumah thought he, too, ought to write a book on the Convention People's Party, which under Nkrumah's leadership had brought the country to independence.
Writing for Newsweek, critic Jack Kroll thought the early part of the film was handled " with wit and style ", although he went on to say that the director was " hamstrung by Lorenzo Semple's script ".
Writing to colleague Asa Gray in 1860, Darwin commented that he remembered well a " time when the thought of the eye made me cold all over, but I have got over this stage of the complaint, & now small trifling particulars of structure often make me very uncomfortable.
" Writing in The Guardians sister paper, The Observer, Maurice Richardson thought that " our Casanovaesque cad-clubman secret agent is mellowing a bit now "; Richardson liked the format, saying that " the short form suits him quite well " although the downside is that " if it checks the wilder fantasies it cuts short the love-affairs ".
Writing and publication of history textbook is a form of speech that is protected by the Constitution ; however, the system of school textbook authorization as it was practiced in 1965 conducted thought control and prohibited publication and use of textbooks at schools that were deemed inappropriate according to a particular political ideology held by the government.
Writing for Q magazine in June 1996, Tom Doyle thought that Everything Must Go had " little in common " with its predecessor, The Holy Bible, and saw the album as a return to, and improvement upon, the " epic pop-rock " sound of Gold Against the Soul.
Writing in the Economic Journal, published on behalf of the Royal Economic Society, Astrid Oline Ervik states that while the book may be " thought provoking ", there is nothing that economists can learn from it.
Writing in The Listener, Anthony Burgess thought that " in their fascinated poring on things ... remind us that the stuff of the anti-novel needn't necessarily spring from a thought-out aesthetic ", going on to note that " it is the mastery of the world that gives Fleming his peculiar literary niche ".
Writing for the Daily Express, Peter Grosvenor thought that Fleming — a " tourist extraordinary "— was " never afraid to record a controversial view ", citing Fleming's views on the differences between oriental and western women's approaches to men.
Writing the review for The Boston Globe, Marjory Adams thought Thrilling Cities to have " an acid gaiety in its descriptions ", which contributed to her overall summary of the book: " it is fun!
Writing in The Times Literary Supplement, Simon Gray, unimpressed with the novel, called the Bond in Colonel Sun " a chuckle-headed imposter whose arthritic thought processes would be a liability in a ' physical tussle ' down at the pub.
Writing professionals hold that, “ In a rhetorical argument, a fact is a claim that an audience will accept as being true without requiring proof .” ( Kantz, 76 ) Facts can be thought of merely as claims.
Writing for IGN, Robert Canning gave the episode a 7 out of 10 rating, commenting that he thought the three acts felt disconnected.
Writing the next day's date in the dream journal asserts a conscious thought to remember dreams, which communicates intention to the subconscious mind.