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  1. Walt Whitman and the Earth

    ... an ecopoetic perspective can explicate Whitman’s feelings about his aging body, his war-torn nation, and the increasing stress on the ...

    kraken - March 2018

  2. Iowa Past to Present

    ... for teachers and parents wanting their children to know all about Iowa history. ...

    kraken - March 2018

  3. Arthur Symons

    ... volume includes a long, previously unpublished letter about Symons by Havelock Ellis, his friend for over forty years. Biographical ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. Cosmopolitical Claims

    ... Union in 2005, the votes reflected popular anxieties about the entry of Turkey into the European Union as much as they did ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. Snake's Daughter

    ... questions of Snake's Daughter. This is not a book merely about Vietnam or a Vietnam daughter; this is a testament to how loss permeates ...

    kraken - March 2018

  6. Happenstance

    ... his attempt to write one hundred journal entries, each about a different day in his life, to recover memories of specific moments or ...

    athmas - March 2018

  7. Dream Not of Other Worlds

    ... so, she eloquently reflects on what the students taught her about the hurt of bigotry and the humiliation of poverty as well as dignity, ...

    kraken - March 2018

  8. The Portrait and the Book

    ... illustrations provided readers with crucial information about the country’s status as a former colony. Through an examination of ...

    crainey - March 2018

  9. Grove Karl Gilbert

    ... made major contributions to the cascade of new discoveries about the earth, Gilbert described two novel forms of mountain building, ...

    kraken - March 2018

  10. Christmas on the Great Plains

    ... climate. As Jane Smiley says in “Long Distance,” a story about a disconnected man spending the holidays with a family whom he has not ...

    kraken - March 2018