For it seems to be in some ways a universal philosophy, and the most natural. That last title immediately drew my attention: Cynics and not Cynicism.
With the research and editorial assistance of Ann M. In a wood on his farm near Scarborough in North Yorkshire, Michael Harrison chanced upon the gouged initials C and A on the trunk of an old beech tree. This is not far from the Hutchinsons' Gallows Hill Farm.
Harrison believes the letters refer to C himself and to Asra, and to support his claim points to C's A Day-dream Everyman's Library, 27 L: D Campbell Pubrs Roman om filosofiens historie.
A Novel About the History of Philosophy. Berkley Books This book is as much a history of philosophy as a novel, but since the author calls it a novel, for annotation see it as [S II.
The Birth of the Modern: Ed T[homas] M[iddleton] Raysor. Japanese translation of Raysor C, rev edn Byochinaki Kokai [Coleridge as a Poet of Dejection].
Many quotations in English as well as bibliography and index. Chronology pp in Japanese with proper names and titles in English. Title page on slightly heavier cream-colored paper followed by 2 plates of which pp contain the Northcote portrait C and photos of 4 buildings including Dove Cottage, Greta Hall, and Rydal Mount.
Preface pp i-ix dated S Dover Thrift Edn NY: One of a 9-volume paper-boxed paperback set with box title Nine Great English Poets.
Only editorial matter is "Note" p iiibrief commentary on background of some of the principal selections. Ed and Annotated by Martin Gardner. Translation of Gillman H Portrait is the anonymous German C Following His Growth as a Poet]. This book is a detailed analytical and interpretive study of C's poetry and drama, with frequent extensive quotations in English followed by Japanese translations.
Endnotes are in English. Following the main text pp are 34 Japanese translations of C poems: The first title page is on a two-color plate with 49 x 35mm vignette of C portrait by George Dawe Cabove C's signature in red. Following the second title page are the C portrait by Shuter C and three pages each with two facsimiles of title pages: The portrait by Shuter is also on the book jacket x 90mm.
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An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism and ScholarshipVolumes I-III By Walter B. Crawford With the research and editorial assistance of Ann M. Crawford PART I to 1 9 9 1 [S I ] ANON. "Love Letters Stored in an Old Trunk." Daily Telegraph (30 D ), Prof Tim Meese BSc PhD.
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‘The money hee [Caesar] borrowed of the Tribunes and Centurions,’ he remarks, ‘was a speciall Tie of their affections to his seruice [ ] no man wisheth ill to him, by vvhose welfare and prosperitie he hopeth to thriue’. As proof of the binding power of Caesar’s largess, he cites Lucan’s Laelius promising to commit any act of impiety.