Before Copyright

Author: Elizabeth Armstrong
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521893152
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Details the development of the privilege system, a precursor to copyright, in early sixteenth-century French publishing.

Before Boas

Author: Han F. Vermeulen
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0803277407
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The history of anthropology has been written from multiple viewpoints, often from perspectives of gender, nationality, theory, or politics. Before Boas delves deeper into issues concerning anthropology’s academic origins to present a groundbreaking study that reveals how ethnology and ethnography originated during the eighteenth rather than the nineteenth century, developing parallel to anthropology, or the “natural history of man.” Han F. Vermeulen explores primary and secondary sources from Russia, Germany, Austria, the United States, the Netherlands, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, and Great Britain in tracing how “ethnography” was begun as field research by German-speaking historians and naturalists in Siberia (Russia) during the 1730s and 1740s, was generalized as “ethnology” by scholars in Göttingen (Germany) and Vienna (Austria) during the 1770s and 1780s, and was subsequently adopted by researchers in other countries. Before Boas argues that anthropology and ethnology were separate sciences during the Age of Reason, studying racial and ethnic diversity, respectively. Ethnography and ethnology focused not on “other” cultures but on all peoples of all eras. Following G. W. Leibniz, researchers in these fields categorized peoples primarily according to their languages. Franz Boas professionalized the holistic study of anthropology from the 1880s into the twentieth century.

Before Taliban

Author: David B. Edwards
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520228618
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If you want to read one book to understand the background to the political conflicts in Afghanistan and the Taliban's rise to power, this is the book. Edwards tells the stories of three men--a Marxist politician, a tribal leader, and an Islamic militant--to explain the complex political culture of Afghanistan.

Beyond And Before

Author: Paul Hegarty
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 0826444830
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A brilliant new survey and intelligent exploration of progressive rock, from its origins through to contemporary artists. Nicely illustrated, it includes rare photos of artists like Kate Bush and Genesis.

Heard It All Before

Author: Michele Grant
Editor: Kensington Books
ISBN: 0758256175
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When Jewel Campbell, a borderline Black American Princess, from the "safe" north side of Dallas meets Roman Montgomery, a street smart Southside homeboy and single father, these two opposites fall madly in love, but wonder if their relationship can withstand the drama that comes with it. Original.

The Life Before Us

Author: Romain Gary
Editor: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811209618
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Momo, an orphaned Arab boy, struggles to help Madame Rosa, a dying former prostitute and survivor of Auschwitz, whose Paris boarding-house has sheltered other prostitutes' children.

Before All Else Fails Read The Instructions

Author: Kevin G. Hovey
Editor: Kevin Hovey
ISBN: 0958831416
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A manual for missionaries in service as well as for people preparing themselves for cross cultural ministry. Outlines the skills and sensitivities needed to communicate the Gospel to peoples of a totally different world view to your own. Includes case studies from Papua New Guinea applying the principles required for cross cultural communication. Includes a bibliography and indexes. The author is currently director of training and field consultant for AOG World Missions, Australia. He has more than 25 years experience in Papua New Guinea as a missionary.

Before And Again

Author: Barbara Delinsky
Editor: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250119480
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From Barbara Delinsky, the New York Times bestselling author of Blueprints and Sweet Salt Air, a brand-new novel about a woman in hiding finding the courage to face the world again. Mackenzie Cooper took her eyes off the road for just a moment but the resulting collision was enough to rob her not only of her beloved daughter but ultimately of her marriage, family, and friends—and thanks to the nonstop media coverage, even her privacy. Now she lives in Vermont under the name Maggie Reid, in a small house with her cats and dog. She’s thankful for the new friends she’s made—though she can’t risk telling them too much. And she takes satisfaction in working as a makeup artist at the luxurious local spa, helping clients hide the visible outward signs of their weariness, illnesses, and injuries. Covering up scars is a skill she has mastered. Her only goal is to stay under the radar and make it through her remaining probation. But she isn’t the only one in this peaceful town with secrets. When a friend’s teenage son is thrust into the national spotlight, accused of hacking a powerful man’s Twitter account, Maggie is torn between pulling away and protecting herself—or stepping into the glare to be at their side. As the stunning truth behind their case is slowly revealed, Maggie’s own carefully constructed story begins to unravel as well. She knows all too well that what we need from each other in this difficult world is comfort. But to provide it, sometimes we need to travel far outside our comfort zones. From a multimillion-selling master of women’s fiction, Before and Again is a story of the relationships we find ourselves in—mothers and daughters, spouses and siblings, true companions and fair-weather friends—and what kind of sacrifices we are or aren’t willing to make to sustain them through good times and bad.

Before And After

Author: Rosellen Brown
Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466804033
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Beautifully written, compassionate and wise, Rosellen Brown's novel is the extraordinary story of a family's struggle to survive the throes of a tragedy. Before and After centers on Carolyn and Ben Reiser and their two children, Judith and Jacob, who live comfortably in a small New England town. When the chief of police comes looking for seventeen-year-old Jacob to question him about the bludgeoning to death of his girlfriend, the Reisers' lives are changed forever. Before and After is the compelling drama of the search for Jacob, his capture, and the chain of events set in motion by a brutal crime of passion. It is a story that pits parent against parent, brother against sister, family against community, blood loyalty against the law. With a flawless ear for dialogue and profound understanding of character and motive, Rosellen Brown has written a heart-wrenching novel that questions the very nature of violence in our society and our ability to ever really know our children.

Before The Black Death

Author: Bruce M. S. Campbell
Editor: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719039270
Size: 11,30 MB
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