"May the genius of Uruguay which produced Ariel guide our thoughts." Thus
spoke President Otto Arosemena of Ecuador in his keynote address to the
Conference of American Presidents in Punta del Este, Uruguay, in April 1967. As
U.S. chief ...
Author: José Enrique Rodó
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Literary Criticism
First published in 1900 Uruguay, Ariel is Latin America's most famous essay on esthetic and philosophical sensibility, as well as its most discussed treatise on hemispheric relations. Though Rodó protested the interpretation, his allegorical conflict between Ariel, the lover of beauty and truth, and Caliban, the evil spirit of materialism and positivism, has come to be regarded as a metaphor for the conflicts and cultural differences between Latin America and the United States. Generations of statesmen, intellectuals, and literary figures have been formed by this book, either in championing its teachings or in reacting against them. This edition of Ariel, prepared especially with teachers and students in mind, contains a reader's guide to names, places, and important movements, as well as notes and a comprehensive annotated English/Spanish bibliography.
Ariel and the Police Michel Foucault , William James , Wallace Stevens " . . .
Frank Lentricchia of Duke , now arguably the most influential of academic critic -
theorists . " - Frederick Crews , The New York Review of Books " It should be said
Author: Frank Lentricchia
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
Category: Literary Criticism
In Ariel and the Police, Frank Lentricchia searches through the totalizing desires for power that have built and help to maintain tangible and intangible structures of confinement and purification within, and sometimes as, the house of modernism. And what he finds, in his lyrical effort to redeem the subject for history, is that someone lives there, slyly, sometimes even playfully defiant.
With the war over , Ariel Sharon went home to Gali , who was expecting their first
child . On December 27 , 1956 , a son , Gur , was born . The joy was tempered
three days later when Arik learned that his father had died . In 1957 Ariel Sharon
Author: Norman H. Finkelstein
Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Looks at the life of Ariel Sharon from his time as a soldier through his work as a politician and prime minister of Israel.
''Entrevista a Ariel Dorfman.'' Prismal/Cabral: Revista de Literatura Hispanica/
Cabral Afro-Brasileiro Asiatico Lusitano 3, no. 4 (1979): 60–76. Pacheco, Cristina
. ''Conversation with Ariel Dorfman.'' Al Pie de la Letra 1, no. 1 (2001): 441–47.
Author: Sophia McClennen
Publisher: Duke University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Ariel Dorfman: An Aesthetics of Hope is a critical introduction to the life and work of the internationally renowned writer, activist, and intellectual Ariel Dorfman. It is the first book about the author in English and the first in any language to address the full range of his writing to date. Consistently challenging assumptions and refusing preconceived categories, Dorfman has published in every major literary genre (novel, short story, poetry, drama); adopted literary forms including the picaresque, epic, noir, and theater of the absurd; and produced a vast amount of cultural criticism. His works are read as part of the Latin American literary canon, as examples of human rights literature, as meditations on exile and displacement, and within the tradition of bilingual, cross-cultural, and ethnic writing. Yet, as Sophia A. McClennen shows, when Dorfman’s extensive writings are considered as an integrated whole, a cohesive aesthetic emerges, an “aesthetics of hope” that foregrounds the arts as vital to our understanding of the world and our struggles to change it. To illuminate Dorfman’s thematic concerns, McClennen chronicles the writer’s life, including his experiences working with Salvador Allende and his exile from Chile during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, and she provides a careful account of his literary and cultural influences. Tracing his literary career chronologically, McClennen interprets Dorfman’s less-known texts alongside his most well-known works, which include How to Read Donald Duck, the pioneering critique of Western ideology and media culture co-authored with Armand Mattelart, and the award-winning play Death and the Maiden. In addition, McClennen provides two valuable appendices: a chronology documenting important dates and events in Dorfman’s life, and a full bibliography of his work in English and in Spanish.
CHAPTER 3 The Hairy Godfather Ariel was busy degreasing a motorbike chain
in the kitchen sink . The door banged and in the doorway stood a pair of thin
bowlegs covered with black leather pants . Two scrawny , bent arms poked out
from a ...
Author: Jeni Jones
Publisher: Blake Education
Category: Children's stories
Ariel loves motorbikes. She cleans them, designs them and dreams of owning one. Her brothers, Norton and Harley, are big and lazy and just boss her around. When Ariel's Hairy Godfather appears, things take a turn for the better.
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Author: Kurt A. Reed
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
The modern day village of Lake Ariel is located in Lake Township. The town and the surrounding area have a long and colorful heritage. The early pioneers settled at the southern end of the lake and established the area known as Jonestown and Jones Lake. The northern end of the lake was initially called No. 19, for the stationary steam engine on the Pennsylvania Coal Company's Gravity Railroad. While one newspaper account claims that the lake was named for a spirit in Shakespeare's Tempest, another claimed the lake was renamed Lake Ariel from Isaiah 29, the home of David. Around Lake Ariel features historic images of the steam launches and the amusement park that drew hordes of vacationers to the area, as well as the summer homes of many of Scranton's leaders that were built along the lake's shores.
ARIEL KENDRICK .. I was born in the town of Coventry , Conn . , in the year 1772
. My father , Ebenezer Kendrick , married Anne Davenport . I was the third of eight
children . My parents lived in the parish of the Rev. D. D. Huntington , a man of ...
Author: Ariel Kendrick
The value of Ariel is that it is recognized as a standard across international and
national academic libraries, with Ariel IP addresses included in the NAD
statement of OCLC member institutions. In addition, Ariel software en— ables fast
Author: Leslie R Morris
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Supplement traditional interlibrary loan programs with this speedy document delivery system! Since its introduction in 1991, the Ariel system has transformed the interlibrary loan of documents. Compared to standard interlibrary loan, Ariel is often simpler, faster, and cheaper, and it allows many users at a time to have access to requested documents. Though Ariel has enjoyed a rapidly increasing user base, Ariel: Internet Transmission Software for Document Delivery is the first book dedicated to Ariel and the experiences of libraries using it. Ariel: Internet Transmission Software for Document Delivery provides practical details on this innovative technology, including clear discussions of how the system works. The software manages the process of scanning requested documents, transmitting them between libraries and document suppliers over high-speed Internet connections, and logging their receipt. Ariel discusses the pros and cons of various delivery options, including Web-based delivery, email, and delivery of laser-printed hard copy by hand, mail, or courier service. This comprehensive volume covers all aspects of adopting and using Ariel, including: training library staff and overcoming their resistance patron needs and response choosing scanners and other equipment setting up consortia to share Ariel files copyright issues international use of Ariel enhancing the system to suit your needs Like its Shakespearean namesake, the Ariel system darts through the air to rapidly fetch what someone needs. Ariel: Internet Transmission Software for Document Delivery gives you the solid data you need to get the most out of Ariel.
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the Ariel office , first floor , Main cided to hold similar events in the near future .
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From Ariel's booksIhad gained an impression of opposing forces who soughtto
manipulate events throughout the multiverse to their own ends, one creatinga
circumstance that theother would then modify.But that wasa gross simplification.
Author: Lucius Shepard
Publisher: Hachette UK
Ariel brilliantly transmutes some traditional SF concepts - alien incursions, the mysteries of quantum physics - into an astonishing, often moving reflection on love and obsession, memory and identity, and the archetypal conflict that stands at the heart of an infinite multitude of worlds.
“Okay, fine. Just—” She quieted suddenly. I listened: light steps crunching on
dead leaves. I squinted, tightened my jaw muscles to open up my ears. Just
ahead, about twenty-five yards behind that group of pines.... I looked at Ariel. Ha!
Author: Steven R. Boyett
Publisher: Open Road Media
“Part post-apocalypse, part road-trip, part sword-and-sorcery . . . One of my favorite adventure novels of all time.” —Cory Doctorow At four-thirty one Saturday afternoon the laws of physics as we know them underwent a change. Electronic devices, cars, industries stopped. The lights went out. Any technology more complicated than a lever or pulley simply wouldn't work. A new set of rules took its place—laws that could only be called magic. Ninety-nine percent of humanity has simply vanished. Cities lie abandoned. Supernatural creatures wander the silenced achievements of a halted civilization. Pete Garey has survived the Change and its ensuing chaos. He wanders the southeastern United States, scavenging, lying low. Learning. One day he makes an unexpected friend: a smartassed unicorn with serious attitude. Pete names her Ariel and teaches her how to talk, how to read, and how to survive in a world in which a unicorn horn has become a highly prized commodity. When they learn that there is a price quite literally on Ariel's head, the two unlikely companions set out from Atlanta to Manhattan to confront the sorcerer who wants her horn. And so begins a haunting, epic, and surprisingly funny journey through the remnants of a halted civilization in a desolated world.
CHAPTER XXXVI ARIEL SET FREE FOR a long time, Shelley had wished to
bring out to Italy his friends, the Hunts, to whom their creditors and political
enemies gave a hard life in England. He offered to pay the journey, but he would
not be ...
Author: André Maurois
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
A biography of famous English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, husband of Mary Shelley.
Sylvia Plath. Years The Munich Mannequins Totem Paralytic Balloons Poppies in
July Kindness Contusion Edge Words About the Author Copyright ARIEL.
Author: Sylvia Plath
Publisher: Faber & Faber
The poems in Sylvia Plath's Ariel, including many of her best-known such as 'Lady Lazarus', 'Daddy', 'Edge' and 'Paralytic', were all written between the publication in 1960 of Plath's first book, The Colossus, and her death in 1963. 'If the poems are despairing, vengeful and destructive, they are at the same time tender, open to things, and also unusually clever, sardonic, hardminded . . . They are works of great artistic purity and, despite all the nihilism, great generosity . . . the book is a major literary event.' A. Alvarez in the Observer This beautifully designed edition forms part of a series with five other cherished poets, including Wendy Cope, Don Paterson, Philip Larkin, Simon Armitage and Alice Oswald.
“Something about Ariel I ought to tell you,” Marcos said. “In a bit.” “It's important.” “
What?” Marcos reconsidered what he was about to say. She could very well
speak for herself if she chose. “I'll be back.” His uncle sipped the rotgut coffee,
Author: Bradford Morrow
Publisher: Open Road Media
Ariel Rankin seeks to locate and save her unknown father—a man deeply scarred by his secret and brutal role in the history of his country In the sequel to Bradford Morrow’s heralded Trinity Fields,young New Yorker Ariel Rankin learns that her birth father is not the man who raised her but rather a soldier named Kip Calder who disappeared into the jungles of Laos during the Vietnam War. Hoping to preserve her otherwise happy life, she pushes the revelation out of her mind. But when Ariel finds herself confronting motherhood, she decides to pursue the parent she never knew—a dying man burdened by some of his country’s most terrible secrets, who has returned home to New Mexico in search of redemption. Her quest will take her from the holy village of Chimayo to the highly restricted, pitiless deserts of the White Sands Proving Grounds as she goes straight to the heart of the American experience. Evoking the rugged beauty of the New Mexican landscape, Ariel’s Crossing weaves social with magic realism while creating a moving portrait of that elusive thing we call home.
“So we keep getting off-track from the subject of Ariel and Josh. I still want to
know, what was it about Josh that made her fall in love with him,” Brad said as
they were walking. “Oh, right. OK, so Ariel spent most of her dating life in and out
Author: Laura Lynn
Publisher: Laura Lynn
Ariel McManus is a stay-at-home mom who finds herself no longer the star of her own life as her husband¿s drive for success supersedes all else in their marriage. Her one consolation is the astrology business she runs out of the office above her garage, but soon Ariel is forced to face truths about her failing marriage and her innermost desires in order to reclaim her life¿ and her identity.
Raziel shone his great light and instructed Ariel, Eden, and Sami to walk across
the stones cautiously, while Raziel glided effortlessly through the air. Sami was
very awkward with his four large feet, but he kept reminding himself that he WAS
Author: K. L. Naranjo
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The Adventures of Ariel and Eden takes place in the land of Zion, many years after the Babylonian captivity of the Jews. A young pair of orphans set off on an adventure to find the lost treasures of Zion, hidden atop a mountain in a famous cave. The cave and its treasures are protected by an old wizard named Zaphirus. The villagers know all about Zaphirus and the legends of the caves. Everyone is afraid to go there after hearing all sorts of awful legends about the adventurous fools who tried to steal the great treasures. Thirteen-year-olds Ariel and Eden have been to the caves before but have never gone inside, until one day ... Ariel and Eden are mentored by a village elder by the name of Zephaniah. He tells them wondrous stories about the treasures, the former temple, and the traditions and folklore of their people. Now there was a treacherous man known only as "The Dark One" and his two evil sons, who keep a close eye on Zephaniah, Ariel, and Eden. A secret is about to unfold and a miraculous adventure will take place when Ariel learns he is a "Seeker." K.L. Naranjo lives in Tampa, Florida, with her husband Lester. She has three daughters, Arielle, Gabrielle, and Danielle, and two small grandchildren, Lyla Eden and Manuel Uriah. She enjoys biblical history and has traveled on two adventures to Israel. She is a nurse but has always enjoyed writing, especially magical, mythical children's tales. She is also an avid gardener and herbalist, with a spiritual passion for magic, nature, and holistic health. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/KLNaranjo
It was not the first time that Ariel had faced such accusations. In 1999, when he
was minister of foreign affairs, he had been subjected to a similar police inquiry.
The government's legal adviser and district attorney Elyakim Rubinstein had ...
Author: Uri Dan
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In 1954 reporter Uri Dan met a young military commander named Ariel Sharon and followed him closely for more than half a century. Dan became Sharon's trusted advisor and a witness to the defining moments of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict--from secret meetings with heads of state to open warfare in the Sinai. This riveting combination of political history, narrative biography, interviews, and correspondence sheds new light on the conflict in the Middle East and provides an intimate, definitive portrait of Ariel Sharon--a man whose life is inextricably intertwined with Israel's destiny. With Hamas governing Palestine, Ariel Sharon gravely ill and the party he founded, the Kadima, in control of the Knesset, this book couldn't be more timely.
“Under her bed is full and so is her...,” Carmen stopped when Ariel bumped her
with her elbow. “Be quiet,” Ariel hissed out under her breath. “Under her bed...?”
Anna said, putting a hand to her throat. “Where else?” she asked, looking first at ...
Author: S.E. Smith
Publisher: Montana Publishing
Ariel Hamm has always had a tender heart. Her love for her sister, Carmen, and her best friend, Trisha, has always been a priority in her life. But at twenty-eight, she is ready to start focusing on what she wants. After her fiancée unexpectedly ends their engagement, she is searching to redefine who she really is. She’s a pilot but knows flying is not her first love, and finally decides to move to Wyoming and care for the stray and neglected animals that have always captured her heart, but her plans change suddenly when she finds herself on a warship headed for a distant planet! The new plan is to escape and make her way back home. Mandra Reykill never expects to find his true mate so unexpectedly - or so painfully. He knew his older brother was returning home with his true mate and her friends, but never suspected his true mate could be among the women. His dragon recognizes her immediately, and falls in love with the delicate beauty. His symbiot is enchanted with her gentle touch and kindness. Unfortunately, all Mandra the man gets is a stubborn female refusing to acknowledge his claim on her and determined to escape him at the first available moment. To top it off, his nice, orderly life is suddenly turned upside down when his home – and his warship – are suddenly infested with creatures from all over the galaxy! Internationally acclaimed S.E. Smith presents a new action-packed story full of romance and adventure. Brimming with her signature humor, vivid landscapes, and beloved characters, this book is sure to be another fan favorite! Main Content: 223 (6x9) pages, 78,700 words
My parents became beekeepers that summer, like Otto, who had been an expert
on bees, and his presence stalks the five bee poems in the US. version of Ariel (
four in the UK. edition). In December 1962, my mother was asked by BBC radio to
Author: Sylvia Plath
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Upon the publication of her posthumous volume of poetry Ariel in 1965, Sylvia Plath became a household name. Readers may be surprised to learn that the draft of Ariel left behind by Plath when she died in 1963 is different from the volume of poetry eventually published to worldwide acclaim. This facsimile edition restores, for the first time, the selection and arrangement of the poems Sylvia Plath left at the point of her death. In addition to the facsimile pages of Sylvia Plath's manuscript, this edition also includes in facsimile the complete working drafts of the title poem 'Ariel' in order to offer a sense of Plath's creative process, as well as notes the author made for the BBC about some of the manuscript's poems, including 'Daddy' and 'Lady Lazarus' In her insightful foreword to this volume, Frieda Hughes, Sylvia Plath's daughter, explains the reasons for the differences between the previously published edition of Ariel as edited by her father, Ted Hughes, and her mother's original version published here. With this publication, Sylvia Plath's legacy and vision will be reevaluated in the light of her original working draft.
”We've chosen two songs tonight. Neither of them is ours. I wish they were. I wish
I could come out here and tell you that we'd written lyrics that spoke to Ariel's
dreams or, even" - Kristy smiled sadly — ”just a tune she hummed in the shower.
Author: Gail Bowen
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Joanne Kilbourn is looking forward to a relaxing weekend at the lake with her children and her new grandchild when murder once more wreaks havoc in Regina, Saskatchewan. A young colleague at the university where Joanne teaches is found stabbed to death in the basement of the library. Ariel Warren was a popular lecturer among the students and staff, and her violent death shocks – and divides – Regina’s small and fractious academic community. Kevin Coyle, a professor earlier accused of sexual harassment, is convinced the murder is connected to his case, even as Ariel’s long-time lover, Charlie Dowhanuik, a radio talk-show host, seems to point the finger at himself in his on-air comments on the day of the murder. Aghast at Charlie’s indiscretion, his father, Howard, asks his old friend Joanne for her help. But before Joanne has a chance to start searching for the truth, she is scorched by the white-hot anger of militant feminists on campus when a vigil for the dead woman turns ugly. Instead of a tribute to Ariel’s life, the vigil becomes an angry protest about violence against women. Some of the women there are certain they know who killed Ariel, and they are out for vengeance. The everyday family problems and joys Joanne Kilbourn experiences as she solves baffling murder cases have endeared her to a growing number of fans, as have the television movies, starring Wendy Crewson as Joanne. The seventh novel in Gail Bowen’s much-loved series, Burying Ariel offers readers an imaginative, compassionate, and, above all, challenging mystery. From the Hardcover edition.