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A Great Task of Happiness The Life of Kathleen Scott By Louisa Young
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First published in 1995 by Macmillan, this is the biography of Kathleen Scott, written by her granddaughter the novelist Louisa Young, author of My Dear I Wanted to Tell You (Harper Collins). Famous... More > for being Captain Scott of the Antarctic's widow, Kathleen was also a talented professional sculptor who studied in Paris with Rodin. She led a very adventurous and unusual life for a woman of her time, and made friends with people as diverse as Bernard Shaw, Fritjof Nansen, the WW1 Prime Minister Herbert Asquith and dancer Isadora Duncan. Her sons were Sir Peter Scott the naturalist and writer, and politician Wayland Young, Lord Kennet. The biography is based on diaries Kathleen started in 1910 for Scott to read on his return; after his death she continued writing them, covering politics, exploration, art and her friends and family. 2012 is the 100th anniversary of Scott's last expedition, and this new and revised edition is published in celebration. The Times described the book as 'an enthralling life'.< Less
Manager as Muse: A Case Study of Maxwell Perkins' Work with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Thomas Wolfe By Kathleen Dixon Donnelly
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Manager as Muse analyses legendary Scribner's editor Maxwell Perkins' work with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Thomas Wolfe from the point of view of his management style. What can today's... More > managers of creative people learn from the way Perkins handled these three giants of early 20th American literature? I highly recommend that you buy this as a download. Like all youthful theses, it is very long, and you could search for the parts you are really interested in.< Less
Manager as Muse: A Case Study of Maxwell Perkins' Work with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Thomas Wolfe By Kathleen Dixon Donnelly
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Manager as Muse analyses legendary Scribner's editor Maxwell Perkins' work with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Thomas Wolfe from the point of view of his management style. What can today's... More > managers of creative people learn from the way Perkins handled these three giants of early 20th American literature? I highly recommend that you buy this as a download. Like all youthful theses, it is very long, and you could search for the parts you are really interested in.< Less
First Memory By Kathleen Lamond
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These are the memoirs of Kathleen Lamond (nee Scott) who was born in Moore, Cheshire on 26th January 1893, the daughter of George Hall Scott, an eminent engineer, and his wife Margaret(nee... More > Wilkinson). Kathleen was the sister of George Herbert Scott, the Airship pioneer who captained the R.34 and died on R.101. This account of her life covers the period from 1896, aged 3, to her marriage in 1922 to Douglas Lamond. Her writing style is easy and the entire story is a touching recollection of middle class English life in a bygone age.< Less
My Soul to Keep By Terrie Scott
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Kathleen was at her breaking point. Her marriage was a disaster. Her daughter hated her. Her son was a constant annoyance to her. Her employer was treating her unfairly. And, she was suicidal.... More > After an altercation with her boss, she crashes her car and ends up someplace quite unexpected. She desperately fights to return to the world she once knew, before it's too late.< Less
2007 Pharmaceuticals Sector Analysis (black and white) By Elgeritte Adidjaja et al.
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This is the Roberts Environmental Center 2007 analysis of the sustainability reporting of all the companies in the Pharmaceuticals sector of the 2006 Fortune Global 500 and Fortune 1000 lists.
2007 Pharmaceuticals Sector Analysis (color) By Elgeritte Adidjaja et al.
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This is the Roberts Environmental Center 2007 analysis of the sustainability reporting of all the companies in the Pharmaceuticals sector of the 2006 Fortune Global 500 and Fortune 1000 lists.
Guelph Mercury Rising By Phil Andrews
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Guelph Mercury Rising is a collection of twenty-one short stories from former staff of the Guelph Mercury, the 149-year-old daily newspaper that produced its final edition on January 29,... More > 2016. Edited by Phil Andrews, former Managing Editor at the Guelph Mercury, the collection contains stories from nineteen journalists who worked in the Mercury newsroom over the years, including Phil Andrews, Nicole Baute, Michael Troy Bridgeman, Kathleen Elliott, Ben Gelinas, Drew Halfnight, Deirdre Healey, Declan Kelly, Magda Konieczna, Laura Lawson, Greg Mercer, Alex Migdal, Brad Needham, Rob O’Flanagan, Maggie Petrushevsky, Chris Seto, Scott Tracey, Brian Whitwham, and Brian Williams. Former readers of the Guelph Mercury and fans of vivid, original fiction should delight in this volume of stories from the journalists who served the Guelph community over the paper’s long history.< Less
Otoliths issue twenty-two, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue twenty-two, part one, contains poetry, prose, & visuals from Lisa Samuels, Richard Kostelanetz, Laura Wetherington, Kevin Opstedal, Rich Murphy, Marco Giovenale, Karen Neuberg,... More > Charles Freeland, Elisa Gabbert & Kathleen Rooney, Philip Byron Oakes, Enola Mirao, dan raphael, Martin Burke, Stephen Nelson, John M. Bennett, Anny Ballardini, Ryan Scott, Raymond Farr, Ray Scanlon, Tom Beckett interviewing Kirsten Kaschock, Kirsten Kaschock, Erica Eller, Mark Cobley, Sheila E. Murphy, Jill Jones, Bob Heman, Connor Stratman, Ann Vickery, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Gustave Morin, Glenn R. Frantz, Howie Good, Jean Vengua, Zachary Scott Hamilton, Walter Ruhmann, David James Miller, Jim Meirose, Catherine Vidler, Jillian Mukavetz, Jill Chan, Felino A. Soriano, Iain Britton, bruno neiva, Brenda Mann Hammack, Toby Fitch, Jeff Harrison, J. D. Nelson, Rose Hunter, Jason Lester, & Michael Brandonisio.< Less
Alone in the Dark By Will A. Sanborn
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Using the meta-genre of anthropomorphic animals, this anthology collects tales of dramatic horror, with stories that are both atmospheric and affecting. The anthropomorphism is also used in a wider... More > sense as well, humanizing The Other, including stories with sympathetic monsters. This collection provides a wide selection of horror. There's dark fantasy and speculative fiction, stories inspired by both Rod Serling and H. P. Lovecraft. There are campfire tales and ghost stories, up through stronger tales at the darker end of the spectrum. There's psychological horror and some non-traditional tales which add their own spooky flavor, and some lighter stories and even a bit of comic relief to balance things out. Featuring stories by Simon Barber, Michael Bard, Austin Crowder, William Eakins, Kathleen Fenlon, Kevin Frane, Jason Gillespie, Chris Goodwin, Renee Carter Hall, Allen Kitchen, Watts Martin, Brian L. Miller, J. Scott Rogers, Will A. Sanborn, SeHT, Thomas Shaw, and Tim Susman.< Less

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