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Mr. Burlingham, -- `` C.C.B. '' -- wrote to me once about an old friend of mine, S. K. Ratcliffe, whom I had first met in London in 1914 and who also came out for a week-end in Weston.
It also happened with the Inauguration, which was not re-run at all during the evening hours, and I wrote to the TV editor of the Times.
Not content to create only the music and lyrics, Noel Coward also wrote the book and directed Sail Away ( Capitol WAO 1643 ; ;
Averroes, Avicenna and Alpharabius, who wrote on Aristotle in great depth, also influenced Thomas Aquinas and other Western Christian scholastic philosophers.
He also frequently wrote screenplays for other directors.
He also wrote:
While accompanying Mallowan on countless archaeological trips ( spending up to 3 – 4 months at a time in Syria and Iraq at excavation sites at Ur, Ninevah, Tell Arpachiyah, Chagar Bazar, Tell Brak, and Nimrud ), Christie not only wrote novels and short stories, but also contributed work to the archaeological sites, more specifically to the archaeological restoration and labeling of ancient exhibits which includes tasks such as cleaning and conserving delicate ivory pieces, reconstructing pottery, developing photos from early excavations which later led to taking photographs of the site and its findings, and taking field notes.
In addition, he wrote that each person will experience a world of their own, though he also wrote that the dream world doesn't necessarily have to be solipsistic as different selves may be able to communicate with each other by dream telepathy.
In 1904, he also wrote a novel, Born Again, clearly inspired by the popular Utopian fantasy Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy, an early harbinger of the metaphysical turn his career would take with the theory of Lawsonomy.
Ambrose also wrote a treatise by the name of " The Goodness of Death ".
Alcott also wrote a series patterned after the work of German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe which were eventually published in the Transcendentalists ' journal, The Dial.
He also wrote a Vita Abbonis, abbatis Floriacensis, the last of a series of lives of the abbots of Fleury, all of which, except the life of Abbo, have been lost.
He also wrote Sapphic stanzas on Homeric themes but in unHomeric style, comparing Helen of Troy unfavourably with Thetis, the mother of Akhilles.
It was said he had a son, called Stephanus, who also wrote comedies.
There is also some evidence that, during his old age, he wrote plays in the style of New Comedy.
Andronicus wrote a work upon Aristotle, the fifth book of which contained a complete list of the philosopher's writings, and he also wrote commentaries upon the Physics, Ethics, and Categories.
The decimal point notation was introduced by Sind ibn Ali, he also wrote the earliest treatise on Arabic numerals.
From 1847 he was engaged in editing the Handwörterbuch der reinen und angewandten Chemie ( Dictionary of Pure and Applied Chemistry ) edited by Justus von Liebig, Wöhler, and Johann Christian Poggendorff, and he also wrote an important textbook.
He also wrote controversial criticisms of the British class structure which seemed to conflict with his promotion of Anglo-American friendship.
In addition to Triumphant Democracy ( 1886 ), and The Gospel of Wealth ( 1889 ), he also wrote An American Four-in-hand in Britain ( 1883 ), Round the World ( 1884 ), The Empire of Business ( 1902 ), The Secret of Business is the Management of Men ( 1903 ), James Watt ( 1905 ) in the Famous Scots Series, Problems of Today ( 1907 ), and his posthumously published autobiography Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie ( 1920 ).
He also wrote ' Ends and Means ' about his views on the technique.
Sir Stafford Cripps, George Bernard Shaw, Henry Irving and other stage grandees, Lord Lytton and other eminent people of the era also wrote positive appreciations of his work after taking lessons with Alexander.

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In 1691, he wrote the music for what is sometimes considered his dramatic masterpiece, King Arthur, with the libretto by Dryden and first published by the Musical Antiquarian Society in 1843.
In a 2001 retrospective review of " Forever Changes ," Andrew Cowen of The Birmingham Post ( UK ) wrote, " This 1967 masterpiece ... is the nearest the Americans came to having their own ' Sgt Pepper ' and, in true American style, it was largely overlooked by the mainstream audience which, at the time, was hanging on every note played by The Beatles.
In a 2002 story for the Chicago Daily Record, Mark Guarino, the newspaper's music critic, wrote that "' Forever Changes ' is a touchstone for serious pop fanatics ..." He added that, "... the band's first three albums were since rediscovered as visionary classics, all three culminating in ' Forever Changes ' ( Elektra ), the band's 1967 masterpiece of ornate pop.
In an obituary of Arthur Lee in early 2007, Kandia Crazy Horse of Vibe Magazine wrote that "' Forever Changes ' ( was ) his psychedelic masterpiece ... an exhilarating mash-up of West Side freak folk with East Side mariachi and blues.
He wrote his masterpiece, The Prince, after the Medici had recovered power and he no longer held a position of responsibility in Florence.
" Ring Lardner thought of himself as primarily a sports columnist whose stuff wasn't destined to last, and he held to that absurd belief even after his first masterpiece, You Know Me Al, was published in 1916 and earned the awed appreciation of Virginia Woolf, among other very serious, unfunny people ", wrote Andrew Ferguson, who named it, in a Wall Street Journal article, one of the top five pieces of American humor writing.
Reviewing the book, Stephen F. Blinkhorn, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, wrote that The Mismeasure of Man was " a masterpiece of propaganda " that selectively juxtaposed data to further a political agenda.
He wrote more than eighty operas during his lifetime, including his masterpiece, Il matrimonio segreto ( 1792 ).
One critic dubbed it a masterpiece ; Pauline Kael wrote that he " may be the most natural and least self-conscious screen actor that has ever lived ".
Michael Sragow wrote in 2000 that the documentary was " a wonderful introduction to Peckinpah ’ s radically detailed historical film about American outlaws in revolutionary Mexico — a masterpiece that ’ s part bullet-driven ballet, part requiem for Old West friendship and part existential explosion.
Paulus Orosius ’ s masterpiece is Historiae Adversus Paganos, the only history book that he wrote, which allow us to gain an insight into the historiographical methodology of the Spanish priesthood.
" Harold Bloom called the book " Joyce's masterpiece ", and wrote that " aesthetic merit were ever again to center the canon Wake would be as close as our chaos could come to the heights of Shakespeare and Dante.
Richard Schickel wrote in Life that " Jan Troell has made the masterpiece about the dream that shaped America-a dream, and an America, fast disappearing from our views.
* Edmund Blackadder wrote on Sputnikmusic. com that Farewell was " Rush's masterpiece ( closely followed by Hemispheres )", describing the instrumentation as " absolutely brilliant, with every musician at the peak of their talents " and praised the album for its " wide variety of different song types and structures ".
Among popular novelists Daphne Du Maurier wrote Rebecca, a mystery novel, in 1938 and W. Somerset Maugham ( 1874-1965 ) Of Human Bondage ( 1915 ), a strongly autobiographical novel, is generally agreed to be his masterpiece.
Shortly after Shūzō's return to Japan, he wrote and published his masterpiece, The Structure of " Iki " ( 1930 ).
His love and admiration for his wife is best expressed in the fine sonnet he wrote as an introduction to her masterpiece The Blazing World.
In the 1943 edition of his famous Histoire du cinéma, Robert Brasillach wrote that the film was amongst Renoir's most jumbled and confused but applauded the biting satire, which he considered Proustian, and the technical variation employed by the director, ultimately concluding that the film was an unrealised masterpiece.
Kmoch wrote, " The following game, a stunning masterpiece of combination play performed by a boy of 13 against a formidable opponent, matches the finest on record in the history of chess prodigies.
On the eve of battle, he wrote the legendary " A Letter to My Wife " ( 與妻訣別書 ), later to be considered as a masterpiece in Chinese literature.
In 1956, at a time where he believed he would die, he wrote what many consider to be his masterpiece, La charge de l ' orignal épormyable.
He then wrote his masterpiece, Les oranges sont vertes, which would be presented at Théâtre du Nouveau Monde in 1972.
* Le grand testament, the masterpiece of poet François Villon, who also wrote a Petit testament
The British Mail On Sunday wrote: " Not since first reading John Kennedy Toole's masterpiece A Confederacy Of Dunces, have I laughed so much, or felt such sheer delight at the discovery of a wholly fresh comic voice.

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