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Creation of a System for Real-Time Virtual Auditory Space and its Application to Dynamic Sound Localization By Jacob Scarpaci
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Ph. D. Dissertation in Biomedical Engineering. Boston University, 2006
Two-Thirds of a Ghost: A Nell Bane Novel By Nancy Parsons
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Nell Bane is a ghostwriter. When she begins to suspect that her high-powered and high-minded client, David Kernow, isn't quite who he projects himself to be, she begins to unwind his story and finds... More > that her ethics--and possibly her life--are in jeopardy.< Less
Dead Beats By Sam Cornish
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Starting with Allen Ginsberg and ending with Charlie Parker, Sam Cornish takes us on a whirlwind tour of some of the livelier segments of 1950s and early ’60s American culture. With non-stop... More > energy, syncopated rhythms, and a fast pace that keeps you humming as you turn the pages, Cornish visits a wide array of writers, musicians, and films, stopping along the way to visit local poetry scenes and pay tribute to the homeless and poor. Calling on Jack Kerouac, Langston Hughes, Marlon Brando, Miles Davis and a host of others, Cornish makes us feel the excitement of those times, even as he and his companions absorb the complex and often disturbing history of what he aptly calls “My Young America.” — Martha Collins< Less
The Bitter End By David Shaughnessy
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The Bitter End is a novel of political intrigue set in the Irish working-class enclave of South Boston. A breezy read, stocked with vivid characters and snappy dialogue and flush with local color,... More > The Bitter End indelibly captures a world that is passing, but not going easily.< Less
The Bitter End By David Shaughnessy
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The Bitter End is a novel of political intrigue set in the Irish working-class enclave of South Boston. A breezy read, stocked with vivid characters and snappy dialogue and flush with local color,... More > The Bitter End indelibly captures a world that is passing, but not going easily.< Less
Role-Modeling Socialist Behavior: The Life and Letters of Isaac Rab By Karla Doris Rab
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Isaac Rab (1893 – 1986) was a well-known agitator for Socialism in the Boston area, as a soap-box orator, a lecturer and a teacher, for most of the Twentieth Century. He was among the founding... More > members of the World Socialist Party and organized a Boston Local in 1932, in which he was a central figure for many years. Today the WSP(US) remains a companion party of the World Socialist Movement.< Less
Role-Modeling Socialist Behavior: The Life and Letters of Isaac Rab By Karla Doris Rab
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Isaac Rab (1893 – 1986) was a well-known agitator for Socialism in the Boston area, as a soap-box orator, a lecturer and a teacher, for most of the Twentieth Century. He was among the founding... More > members of the World Socialist Party and organized a Boston Local in 1932, in which he was a central figure for many years. Today the WSP(US) remains a companion party of the World Socialist Movement.< Less
My Calendar By C. Josh Givens
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A photographic calendar by C. Josh Givens featuring the former Boston School, a community school, in Butler County, Ky. Measures 13-by-19 inches. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the... More > calendar will be donated to the Butler County Education Preservation Society to be used for local scholarships.< Less
Ripple the Twine By Jenn Flynn-Shon
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A Tomboy-meets-Townie love story and tale about how friendship can save your life. Sara Quinn is a Sportswriter from Boston and over the past year she has started to earn major respect in the local... More > market. In the process, however, she abandoned her personal relationships and put her emotions in the box. Regardless of her self-imposed timeout, a friend introduces her to Ben. With blue eyes, black hair and a brogue, he's her ultimate triple threat. But they connect just as Sara learns that her friends are facing heavy emotional crises. She starts offering advice, becoming a rock for everyone else, and in the process Sara unearths her own long dormant insecurities. But a bag of peanut butter cups and a hockey game won't fix her issues. She's got to move past her emotional past without hiding behind her career for once. She needs her friend's support as much as they need hers and the four will quickly discover that, when they stick together, their offense is virtually unstoppable.< Less
Gwendoline By Jeff Davis
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It is a long journey from the Roaring 20s city of Augusta to the sleepy, coastal community of Jonasport, Maine. And although death never takes a holiday, murder will at times seek a vacation spot.... More > Sgt. Jack Brochu of the Maine State Police had met murder all up and down the Boston Post Road. Secretly, he didn't mind. He enjoyed the interaction with the people he met. Join him as the aging detective is introduced to the young and beautiful Gwendoline Bellevedere.< Less