By William James,Henry James
In Volumes: Volumes 1 and 2
COPYRIGHT, 1920, through HENRY JAMES
Dates and kin Names
Chapter 1. creation: _Ancestry--Henry James, Senior--Youth--Education--Certain own Traits_
Chapter 2. 1861-1864: _Chemistry and Comparative Anatomy within the Lawrence clinical School_
Chapter three. 1864-1866: _The Harvard scientific School--With Louis Agassiz to the Amazon_
Chapter four. 1866-1867: _Medical reports at Harvard_
Chapter five. 1867-1868: _Eighteen Months in Germany_
Chapter 6. 1869-1872 _Invalidism in Cambridge_
Chapter 7. 1872-1878 _First Years of Teaching_
Chapter eight. 1878-1883 _Marriage--Contract for the Psychology--European Colleagues--Death of his Parents_
Chapter nine. 1883-1890 _Writing the “Principles of Psychology”--Psychical Research--The position at Chocorua--The Irving road House--The Paris mental Congress of 1889_
Chapter 10. 1890-1893 _The “Briefer path” and the Laboratory--A Sabbatical yr in Europe_
Chapter eleven. 1893-1899 _Turning to Philosophy--A Student’s Impressions—Popular Lecturing--Chautauqua_
Chapter 12. 1893-1899 (continued) _The Will to Believe--Talks to Teachers--Defense of psychological Healers--Excessive hiking within the Adirondacks_
Chapter thirteen. 1899-1902 _Two years of sickness in Europe--Retirement from lively responsibility at Harvard--The First and moment sequence of the Gifford Lectures_
Chapter 14. 1902-1905: _The final interval (I)--Philosophical Writing--Statements of non secular Relief_
Chapter 15. 1905-1907: _The final interval (II)--Italy and Greece--Philosophical Congress in Rome--Stanford University--The Earthquake--Resignation of Professorship_
Chapter sixteen. 1907-1909: _The final interval (III)--Hibbert Lectures in Oxford--The Hodgson Report_
Chapter 17. 1910: _Final Months--The End_
Appendix 1. 3 Criticisms for Students
Appendix 2. Books by way of William James
By Janice Emily Bowers
Tracing Shreve's improvement from pupil to scientist, Bowers inspires the trials and delights of fieldwork within the first half this century and exhibits how Shreve's feel of position knowledgeable his medical thought—making him, in his personal phrases, "not an exile from a few greater position, yet a guy at domestic in an atmosphere to which his lifestyles will be adjusted with out actual or highbrow loss."
By Ann Thwaite
Goodbye Christopher Robin: A.A. Milne and the Making of Winnie-the-Pooh is drawn from Ann Thwaite’s acclaimed biography of A. A. Milne, probably the most winning English writers ever, and the author of Winnie-the-Pooh, and of Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and Christopher Robin.
But the fictitious Christopher Robin was once according to Milne’s personal son. This heart-warming and touching ebook recounts the genuine tale that encouraged the movie Goodbye Christopher Robin, directed through Simon Curtis and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and Kelly Macdonald, and provides the reader a glimpse into the connection among Milne and the real-life Christopher Robin, whose toys encouraged the paranormal international of the Hundred Acre wooden.
Along together with his mom Daphne and his nanny Olive, Christopher Robin and his family members have been swept up within the overseas good fortune of the books; the spell binding stories introduced wish and luxury to an England ravaged through the 1st international battle. yet with the eyes of the area on Christopher Robin, what is going to the fee be to the family?
With a preface via Frank Cottrell-Boyce, co-writer of the screenplay.
By Aleksandar Hemon,Maurizia Balmelli
By Alan Twigg
By Jane Dunn
With complete entry to White's unexpurgated diaries, the research journals, the asylum files and her voluminous correspondence, Jane Dunn has explored the girl and the author, the persecutor and the sufferer. This biography charts Antonia White's ambivalence approximately her mom and dad; her 3 marriages, of them unconsummated; her enthusiasts; her friendships with poets and writers like Cyril Connolly, Dylan Thomas and Bertrand Russell; her mystery conflict paintings; her strange thraldom to 'dominating women'; her harrowing courting together with her daughters; and her patience of the ravages of manic melancholy, skilled with no the advantages of modern-day therapy.
This is the tale of a lady who - generations too quickly - tried to dwell the fashionable girl lifetime of unmarried mother or father and dealing mom, yet longed for the inventive and highbrow level. Antonia White wrestled all through with the massive questions of religion, the sights and repulsions of Catholicism, the issues of being a girl and an artist. And over all of it reduced the specter of insanity. This publication unearths her as a girl unafraid of utmost event and sincere sufficient to just accept the results: self-obsessed, humorous, interesting and tragic - and finally heroic.
By Simonetta Agnello Hornby
Diventa Mrs. Hornby. Ha due figli. Tutta una vita come inglese e come siciliana. Ora Simonetta Agnello Hornby può riannodare i fili della memoria e accompagnare il lettore nei piccoli musei poco noti, a passeggio nei parchi, nella amatissima casa di Dulwich, nel fascinoso appartamento di Westminster, nella urban e a Brixton, dove lei ha esercitato l. a. professione di avvocato; al contempo, cattura l’anima della sua Londra, profondamente tollerante e democratica, che offre a gente di tutte le etnie los angeles possibilità di lavorare.
Racconto di racconti e personalissima guida alla città, questo libro è un inno a una Londra che continua a crescere e cambiare: ogni marea del Tamigi porta qualcosa o qualcuno di nuovo in step with farci pensare e ripensare. Gioca in tal senso un ruolo formidabile l. a. scoperta di Samuel Johnson, un intellettuale che vi arrivò a piedi, ventisettenne, alla ricerca di lavoro; compilò il primo dizionario inglese ed è considerato il padre dell’illuminismo inglese. Johnson appare negli studi che Tomasi di Lampedusa – ancora una volta il nodo fra Londra e Palermo – dedicò alla letteratura inglese, con un suo celebre adagio che qui suona motto esistenziale, filtro di nuova esperienza: «Quando un uomo è stanco di Londra, è stanco anche di vivere»
By Edgar Vincent
His well known A Shropshire Lad and Last Poems have been born of an internal difficulty, sparked by means of a profound yet unreciprocated attachment for a fellow undergraduate. To be sexually assorted for the time of Oscar Wilde was once to ask ostracism and disgust. This truth, allied along with his secretiveness and penchant for irony, strengthened his reticence on own concerns. before, he has remained a hidden character, held within the public brain as prim andgrim.
This biography unearths against this a guy of many features, one companionable in small teams, beneficiant to a fault, and constantly searching for humour and enjoyable; a grasp of English prose;a witty and compelling after-dinner speaker; an occasional author of nonsense verse; a frequenter of the tune corridor; an intrepid early traveler via air; and a gourmet of meals and wine. Drawing onHousman's released letters and on eighty one major new reveals, Edgar Vincent inspires a brand new Housman, created out of his reactions to the occasions of his existence as he skilled them. It weaves togetherhis scholarly existence and the biographical components in his poetry to envision his emotional and sexual wishes with dispassion and empathy and discover his hidden sensibilities and artistic world.
EDGAR VINCENT learn English at St Catherine's Oxford. Following Oxford he used to be commissioned within the army, spending such a lot of his time with the Royal Marines. as a consequence he labored for Imperial Chemical Industries for thirty years. He then fulfilled a life-long ambition to jot down his booklet Nelson: Love & Fame, released by way of Yale college Press in 2003. The e-book was once shortlisted for the BBC four Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction, used to be a brand new York instances remarkable e-book and used to be named certainly one of Atlantic Monthly's Books of the Year.
By Ivan Wyschnegradsky,Franck Jedrzejewski,Pascale Criton
Né en 1893 à Saint-Pétersbourg, Ivan Wyschnegradsky n'a cessé de mener conjointement los angeles composition musicale et l'élaboration d'une pensée théorique. C'est à partir du faisceau des questions véhiculées par los angeles musique atonale que vont naître les positions de l'ultrachromatisme. Plus particulièrement, c'est dans les années 1910-1920, situées avant l. a. systématisation sérielle de l'École de Vienne, que l'évolution du langage musical draine une sensibilité déterminante pour l'élaboration de l'idée de pansonorité. Dès 1913, Wyschnegradsky, alors âgé de vingt ans et déjà conquis par Scriabine, entreprend de formuler sa imaginative and prescient de l'univers et start à développer ses premières théories musicales. Le projet de l. a. loi de los angeles pansonorité à proprement parler débute en 1924 et s'étendra par levels successives jusqu'à l. a. model finale de 1953. Wyschnegradsky ouvre los angeles théorie et l. a. philosophie musicales à un suggestion d'espace entièrement nouveau. Il ne s'agit pas de l'espace body, géométrique ou acoustique, mais d'une spatialisation de l. a. matière sonore, d'un plan atomistique et spatial de los angeles pensée du sonore qui préfigure l'idée de synthèse avant l. a. lettre. Pensée hors cloisonnements, transgressant les compartimentages culturels hérités du xixe siècle, l. a. loi de los angeles pansonorité réalise, dans un élan de constructivité, l'étonnante rencontre d'un matérialisme de l. a. pensée avec une théorie de l'intuition et de los angeles création.
By Ray Bradbury,Sam Weller
But he additionally lived a desirable lifestyles open air the parameters of sci-fi, and used to be a masterful raconteur of his personal tale, as he unearths in his wide-ranging and in-depth ultimate interview together with his acclaimed biographer, Sam Weller. After relocating to l. a., he turned an inveterate fanboy of motion picture stars, spending hours ready at studio gates to get autographs. He may later get to grasp a lot of Hollywood’s strongest figures while he turned a big screenwriter, and he information right here what it was once prefer to paintings for mythical administrators resembling John Huston and Alfred Hitchcock. after which there are all of the celebrities—from heads of kingdom like Mikhail Gorbachev to rock stars like David Bowie and the individuals of Kiss—who went out in their approach to manage encounters with Bradbury.
But all through that final speak, in addition to the interviews gathered the following from past in his profession, Bradbury consistently twists the weather of his existence right into a dialogue of the affects and inventive strategies in the back of his extraordinary advancements and innovations for the literary shape he mastered. combined with pleased gossiping approximately his travels and the characters of his existence, it makes for a wealthy examining adventure and a revealing selection of interviews.