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William Orville Douglas (October 16, 1898 – January 19, 1980) was an American
jurist and ... In 197...
Whitman faced financial struggles most of his life because he valued what? ...
The most desirable form of financial aid is because it does not have to be paid ...
that remembered by Mrs. H. D. Smith (Mary Whitman) because her sister ... house
with a bell tower to the left of the church and more toward the fore- ... financial
obligations and partly to trap and hunt.3. Ox- ... and Elliot Cloues from just over
the ... shows a great resemblance to his son, Carroll Whitman, at the time he
Whitman Magazine talks with Assistant Professor of Physics Greg Ogin about his
research in lasers and optics, his teaching, and his work with the ... In the course
of studying the materials involved, I'm going to claim that my ... As well as a
physicist's look at some of the most important problems we'll be facing as a
Writing this book over the course of more years than I care to remember, I've
incurred ... Works by Walt Whitman and frequently cited collections of source
material are ... That Whitman was highly anxious socially during his most deeply
innovative ... In 1855, he began to distinguish sexualized emotion from familiar
Oct 20, 2006 ... part because his work defies the constraints of the book. ... valuable commentary
on the huge challenges facing the archivists ... the logistical and technical
problems raised by reunifying material ... Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass (
Brooklyn, 1855), title page. .... American literature over the last 150 years.
Kenneth Rexroth essays on Baudelaire, Whitman & Rimbaud. ... of all values but
the cash nexus by the new industrial and financial system — of bankers and ...
Yet because of the terms of his wardship, he was continually dispossessed,
forced to ... Much of his life and most of his poetry are tortured by a
consciousness of sin.
Over the course of one long night, in the darkness of his prison cell, he .... As
Whitman said, 'I contain multitudes,' and Bleu Mobley contains 101 books. ... The
essential backstory turns out to be about what the future holds for books as
material objects. ... So much more than a book, A Life In Books is an experience
… at onc...
Much that had made life pleasant between 1870 and 1890 perished in the ... In
1871 he had thought King's education ideal, and his personal fitness unrivalled.
... financial risk, had been caught in the cogs, and held for months over the gulf of
... Social position seemed to have value still, while education counted for nothing.
Yet the documents have value not just or perhaps not even primarily prima facie,
... because the basic material evidence of their authorial activity — manuscripts
and ... is a gamer — as his most recent work in Luka and the Fire of Life confirms)
. ... of Texas but flatly refused to consider giving over any of his electronic records,