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The New Way Things Work Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The New Way Things Work Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of The New Way Things Work by David Macaulay. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis,... More > Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on The New Way Things Work.< Less
Evelina By FANNY BURNEY
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FANNY BURNEY Evelina "Evelina" was the first tale written by a woman, and purporting to be a picture of life and manners, that lived or deserved to live. It took away reproach from the... More > novel. The opinion is Macaulay's. In many respects the publication of "Evelina" resembled that of "Jane Eyre," by Charlotte Brontë, a century later. It was issued anonymously, by a firm that did not know the name of the writer. Only the children of the household from which the book came knew its origin.< Less
Administration of Shivaji University, Kolhapur By Prof. Dr. Kirti Pandey
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Learning has been an integral part of Indian Traditions since the times immemorial.1 The history of University education in India dates long back in the ancient times even before the establishment of... More > universities and colleges in Europe during the medieval age. Higher education in India which is essentially founded on Macaulay’s ideas has achieved a tremendous quantitative growth over the period since the inception of Calcutta, Bombay and Madras University in 1857.< Less
Once Upon a Book Catalog By San Francisco Center for the Book
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Once Upon a Book showcases six acclaimed children’s book illustrators in a new light: through doodles, sketches, mock-ups, all the way through finished art. The exhibition looks into the... More > creative process of six masters of children’s books: Remy Charlip, Maira Kalman, Elisa Kleven, David Macaulay, Chris Raschka, Brian Selznick< Less
Once Upon a Book Catalog By San Francisco Center for the Book
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Once Upon a Book showcases six acclaimed children’s book illustrators in a new light: through doodles, sketches, mock-ups, all the way through finished art. The exhibition looks into the... More > creative process of six masters of children’s books: Remy Charlip, Maira Kalman, Elisa Kleven, David Macaulay, Chris Raschka, Brian Selznick< Less
Love at Dawn By Lara Daniels
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A romance-suspense tale of forgiveness and redemption set in Zamzudan in East Africa. When spoiled and wealthy African teenager Tory Da-Silva meets broody Rashad Macaulay for the first time, she vows... More > to make him hers. However, the price she’ll pay for her quest will carry consequences of shame and guilt. Nine years later, temperamental Tory becomes a fiery beauty and multimillionaire Rashad can no longer fight his deep desires for her. All is set for Tory’s dream to come true. But the dark secret she keeps from Rashad may be the one thing that may forever tear them apart.< Less
No Questions By Norman Watts
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Caught up in a world of espionage, Special Forces Colonel John Moran and his second in command Sergeant Macaulay face one of the worlds deadliest forces should they fail to acquire the source of the... More > theft of US Government funds, acquiring the source will only lead to more deaths including his should he not make strategic moves to counter an inside plot. The battle against Russian, US, and Italian insurgence only adding to his almost impossible plight, Calling on his team Moran uses skill and advanced weaponry to out wit forces against him, Moran is good, but is he good enough?< Less
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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One of Dickens's reasons for writing Hard Times was that sales of his weekly periodical, Household Words, were low, and it was hoped its publication in instalments would boost circulation – as... More > indeed proved to be the case. Since publication it has received a mixed response from critics. Critics such as F. R. Leavis, George Bernard Shaw, and Thomas Macaulay have mainly focusing on Dickens's treatment of trade unions and his post–Industrial Revolution pessimism regarding the divide between capitalist mill owners and undervalued workers during the Victorian era.< Less
Language and Power: A Search for Perspectives with Reference to English as Second Language in India By Russell Al Farabi
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The colonial decision to replace Indian languages by English initially as the medium of administrative and legal procedures was to alter the course of our history in decisive ways. Macaulay, in his... More > Minute, was to pronounce a single shelf of European books of greater worth than all the learning in Sanskrit, Persian and Arabic put together. The remarkable thing is that suddenly the eternal value of the Indian classics and antiquity had come to loss all relevance. The continued status of English as the guarantee of upward mobility within a still rigidly stratified society, there has grown to be a segment of the English- knowing middle class which holds the view that English has been ‘naturalized’ in this country, and hence ought properly to be seen as one of the Indian languages.< Less
LONDON REIMAGINED: an anthology of visions of the future city, 1817-1934. By David Haden
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A 55,000-word, 172-page anthology of literary visions of a future London. Authors include Richard Jefferies, Prof. Blyde Muddersnook, H.G. Wells, G.K. Chesterton, Arthur Conan Doyle, Walter Wood,... More > Charles Dickens, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Shelley, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Francis Carr, George Meredith, W. Harrison Ainsworth, Anna L. Barbauld, Frederick Thomas Jane, Lord Dunsany, M.P. Shiel, James Thomson, Bertrand Russell, E.E. Nesbit, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, Robert Barr, Grant Allen, Edward Douglas Fawcett, and William Morris. A full PDF version can be found for free, online.< Less