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The Slumbering Volcano

The Slumbering Volcano
Author: Maggie Montesinos Sale
Publisher: Duke University Press
Total Pages: 284
Release: 1997
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780822319924

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Mapping the ways in which unequally empowered groups claimed and transformed statements associated with the discourse of national identity, Sale succeeds in recovering a historically informed sense of the discursive and activist options available to people of another era.


Supernatural Revelation

Supernatural Revelation
Author: Charles Marsh Mead
Publisher:
Total Pages: 496
Release: 1889
Genre: Apologetics
ISBN:

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A Treatise on Typhoid Fever

A Treatise on Typhoid Fever
Author: C. F. Panelli
Publisher:
Total Pages: 304
Release: 1878
Genre: Homeopathy
ISBN:

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The Chronic Diseases

The Chronic Diseases
Author: Samuel Hahnemann
Publisher:
Total Pages: 1636
Release: 1896
Genre: Chronic diseases
ISBN:

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Art and Theory of Art

Art and Theory of Art
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: SteinerBooks
Total Pages: 179
Release: 2021-10-19
Genre: Art
ISBN: 1621481905

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An Author's Summary, 1888 Four Essays Written between 1890 and 1898 Eight Lectures between 1909 and 1921 (CW 271) "The challenge of saying something about art was personal for Rudolf Steiner. He experienced it as deeply connected with his biography. It is not for nothing that, in the last lecture of this volume, he points to his repeated attempts to develop a new approach and new forms of expression for speaking about art. We find at least three forms of this attempted approach in this book." --Zvi Szir (from the introduction) The subject, practice, and vital importance of art was a thread that ran through Rudolf Steiner's life, from his early work as a scholar of Goethe, through his time as an editor of a literary and arts journal in Berlin in the 1890s, and to his two and a half decades as a spiritual researcher and teacher. Understanding and articulating the significance of art was a perennial challenge for Rudolf Steiner. This volume of Steiner's Collected Works is unique in that it showcases a survey of both early written works and later lectures to anthroposophic audiences, and in doing so presents a picture of a lifetime of intensive effort to convey something essential about the arts. Beginning with his early philosophical work and literary criticism at the end of the nineteenth century and on into his later lectures, this volume follows Steiner's endeavor to reveal in words the mystery obscured by the vague concept of what "art" is. Viewed as a whole, this volume forms one of the most provocative collections of the twentieth century on the subject of art. It offers a unique analysis of the origin, foundation, and method of the creative process. This book is a translation of Kunst und Kunsterkenntnis: Grundlagen einer neuen Ästhetik, 3rd edition, published by Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach, Switzerland, 2010 (GA 271).


Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day
Author: Don Yoder
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Total Pages: 170
Release: 2003
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780811700290

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Explores the national phenomenon of Groundhog Day, opening with a look at the annual celebration in Punxsutawney. The author investigates the holiday's European origins, recounts the history of the groundhog as weather prognosticator in America -- from ethnic symbol to pop culture hero -- and traces the groundhog's appearance in poetry, songs, and recipes. Other weather lore and weather-predicting days are also discussed.


Year of Grief

Year of Grief
Author: Catharine Gendron Poyas
Publisher:
Total Pages: 268
Release: 1869
Genre:
ISBN:

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