The Lure of Dreams

This novel and stimulating approach to Freud and to the dilemmas of modernity and postmodernity will fascinate everyone with an interest in the development of the modern consciousness.

Author: Harvie Ferguson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134945469

Category: Social Science

Page: 264

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From literary theory to social anthropology, the influence of Freud runs through every part of the human and social sciences. In The Lure of Dreams, Harvie Ferguson shows how Freud's writings and particulary The Interpretation of Dreams contribute, both in their content and in the baroque and dream-like forms in which they are cast, to our understanding of the character of modernity. This novel and stimulating approach to Freud and to the dilemmas of modernity and postmodernity will fascinate everyone with an interest in the development of the modern consciousness.

Follow the Lure of Precious Metals and Make Your Dreams Come True

Author: Toothaker Manufacturing Co



Category: Commercial catalogs

Page: 1

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Franchising Dreams

Peter M. Birkeland worked for three years in the front-line operations of franchise units for three companies, met with CEOs and executives, and attended countless trade shows, seminars, and expositions.

Author: Peter M. Birkeland

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226051918

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 186

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McDonald's. Blockbuster Video. Jiffy Lube. Subway. Franchising has become an ever-present feature of the American landscape. One-third of the U.S. gross domestic product flows through franchises, and one out of every sixteen workers is employed by one. But how did franchising come to play such a dominant role in the American economy? What are the day-to-day experiences of franchisees and franchisers in the workplace? What challenges and pitfalls await them as they stake their claim to prosperity? These are just a few of the questions explored in Franchising Dreams, a documentary-like look into the frustrations and uncertainties that entrepreneurs face in their pursuit of the American dream. Peter M. Birkeland worked for three years in the front-line operations of franchise units for three companies, met with CEOs and executives, and attended countless trade shows, seminars, and expositions. All this firsthand experience gave him unprecedented access to the hopes and aspirations of franchisees. His book closely traces different franchisees and follows them as their dreams of wealth and independence buckle beneath the weight of frustrating logistics and contractual technicalities. Through extensive interviews and research, Birkeland not only discovers what makes franchisees succeed or fail, he uncovers the difficulties in running a business according to someone else's system and values. Bearing witness to a market flooded with fierce competitors and dependent on the inscrutable whims of consumers, he uncovers the numerous challenges that franchisees face in making their businesses succeed.

Lure of the Peace River Country 1872 1914

In spite of large rivers, countless muskegs and large forested hills en route to the Peace River Country, people came in droves to settle. This book highlights the promotion of the region and the tenacious individuals who answered the call.

Author: David W. Leonard

Publisher: Brush Education

ISBN: 9781550592436

Category: History

Page: 200

View: 518

In spite of large rivers, countless muskegs and large forested hills en route to the Peace River Country, people came in droves to settle. This book highlights the promotion of the region and the tenacious individuals who answered the call.

Sea of Dreams

Author: Jane Alexander


ISBN: 9780980756630

Category: Painting, Australian

Page: 81

View: 955

You Make My Dreams 12

Four years ago, Cassandra had to marry a wealthy man, though she had no feelings toward him.

Author: Chu Se


ISBN: 9781702470858


Page: 322

View: 381

Four years ago, Cassandra had to marry a wealthy man, though she had no feelings toward him. Similarly, the man whose name was written against hers on the marriage certificate couldn't care less about her either.Four years later, she was drunk on a cruise ship in Rome and the fate sent her a graduation gift, a steaming hot one-night-stand with an unbelievably hansome man.She had cheated on her husband! And what was worse, the unbelievably hansome man turned out to be her husband's brother, Rufus Luo!What was she gonna do? How could she live with him under the same roof? What would her husband do to her after he found out the buried secret? And more importantly, how could she resist his boundless charm?

Prayers to Fulfill Your Destiny s Dreams

The comfort zone has restricting power, It restrains and hinders. When you dwell
in such a dangerous place for a long time, you will become a captive of powers
behind it. The devil has discovered that the lure of the comfort zone is strong, ...

Author: Dr. D.K. Olukoya

Publisher: Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries/ The Battle Cry Christian Ministries

ISBN: 9788424910



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The Lure of the Napa Valley

Author: Clifford Ehrlich


ISBN: 9780971670563

Category: Vineyards

Page: 115

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The Lure of the Vampire

For Benjamin ' every epoch dreams the one that follows it ' ( quoted in Buck -
Morss 1991 : 114 ) , but because a dream is not yet knowledge of a new reality ,
dream wishes take on the symbols of the past . Susan Buck - Morss comments
that ...

Author: Milly Williamson

Publisher: Wallflower Press

ISBN: 9781904764403

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 213

View: 309

This title explores the enduring myth of Dracula and vampires and just why it has remained so popular for so long.

The Lure of the City

dreams . " Hear this : “ I dreamed , and behold , we were binding sheaves in the
field , and , lo , my sheaf arose , and stood upright ; and , behold , your sheaves
came round about , and made obeisance to my sheaf . ” And this : “ I have ...

Author: David James Burrell



Category: Cities and towns

Page: 284

View: 660

The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare Midsummer night s dream Love s labour s lost Merchant of Venice As you like it All s well that end s well Taming of the shrew

... that she , poor soul , Knows not which way to stand , to look , to speak ; And sits
as one new - risen from a dream . ... is sharp , and passing empty ; And , till she
stoop , she must not be full - gorged , For then she never looks upon her lure .

Author: William Shakespeare




Page: 38

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The Lure of the Honey Bird

It was no new thing for her to sit and dream wonderful dreams . Not the slender ,
disconnected will o ' the wisp dreams that come to us all in the night - time , when
our eyes are closed in restful slumber , but a waking dream , full , complete to ...

Author: J. Weedon Birch




Page: 248

View: 946

The Lure of Superiority

Life , indeed , is only a dream . “ My phantasy toys frequently ( especially in music
) with the thought that the life of all men and my own are only dreams of an
eternal spirit , good and bad dreams , and that death is only an awakening . " 46
He ...

Author: Wayland Farries Vaughan



Category: Behaviorism (Psychology)

Page: 305

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Bernard Shaw 1918 1950 the lure of fantasy

There are signs of her own dreams coming true in the dreams of her
grandchildren who ' can dream without sleeping ' and who ' can remember their
dreams ' . Her imagination revives when she sees other grandchildren
whoʻmake little ...

Author: Michael Holroyd

Publisher: Random House Incorporated

ISBN: 9780394575544

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 544

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When Michael Holroyd's multivolume life of Bernard Shaw was published, it was hailed as a masterpiece, and William Golding predicted that it would take its place "among the great biographies." Now the biography is available for the first time in a lively and accessible abridgment by the author. This is the quintessence of Shaw. The narrative has a new verve and pace, and the light and shade of Shaw's world are more dramatically revealed as Holroyd counterpoints the private and public Shaw with inimitable insight and scholarship. Playwright, wit, socialist, polemicist, vegetarian, and irresistible charmer, Bernard Shaw was the most controversial literary figure of his age, the scourge of Victorian values and middle-class pretensions. Born in Dublin in 1856, he grew up there, a lonely child in an unsettling menage a trois. His father, George Carr Shaw, had turned to drink, and his mother was muse to a Svengali-like music teacher whom she followed to London. The young Shaw, anxious to escape his heritage, also left for London to reinvent himself as the legendary G.B.S.--novelist, lover, politician, music critic, and finally playwright. From his first passionate affair with a beautiful middle-aged widow, he moved on to flirtations and liaisons with young actresses and socialists before finally settling into marriage in 1898. At the turn of the century, Shaw was in his prime, a theatrical impresario and author of those great campaigning plays--Man and Superman, Major Barbara, The Doctor's Dilemma, and John Bull's Other Island--that used laughter as an anesthetic for the operation he performed on British society. By 1914 the author of Pygmalion was the most popular writer in England, and increasingly recognized throughout Europe and America. Though ready with advice to others on how to stay married, he fell painfully in love with two of the most dazzling actresses of the age, Ellen Terry and Mrs. Patrick Campbell. The reluctant recipient of a Nobel Prize for literature and an Academy Award for his screenplay for Pygmalion, Shaw became an international icon between the two world wars, feted from China and Soviet Russia to India and New Zealand, though still contriving to provoke the establishment in the United States, South Africa, and Ireland. In old age he was vigorous and prolific, espousing many new and quixotic causes. He revealed himself increasingly as conjurer, fabulist, and seer through his powerful late works, including Saint Joan, the Chekhovian Heartbreak House, the modernist fantasy Back to Methuselah, and the imaginative dream plays and political extravaganzas. Covering almost a century, from 1856 to 1950, this unparalleled life of Shaw presents the magnificent double portrait of an age and of a man who was born fifty years too soon. Holroyd magically captures the essence of Shaw's protean genius in a tragicomedy that

The Lure of Motherhood

To hear teen - age mothers talk of their dreams of love , family and commitment to
another teen - ager may seem like pipe dreams to people wise to the changeable
nature of adolescents . Yet the dreams of a long term commitment was not ...

Author: Elaine Bell Kaplan



Category: African American teenage mothers

Page: 530

View: 794

The Lure of the Labrador Wild

It was quite evident that George was greatly impressed by his dream . I give it
here simply for what it is worth . At the same time I cannot help characterising it as
remarkable , not to say extraordinary ; for none of us had had even a suspicion ...

Author: Dillon Wallace

Publisher: Hayes Barton Press


Category: Labrador (N.L.)

Page: 331

View: 293

The Lure of the Book

The wise men said they were ready to interpret the dream , but first the king must
tell them what it was . The king said it had gone from him , but if they were wise
enough to interpret the dream they must also be wise enough to tell him what the

Author: Metta Frazee Miller



Category: Bible

Page: 414

View: 800

The Lure of Images

Leaving her cosmopolitan world of art collecting and high society literati in Los
Angeles at the encouragement of real - life guru and author , Hyemeyohsts Storm
, Lynn travels to a Cree reservation in Canada , driven by a dream and the ...

Author: David Morgan



Category: History

Page: 308

View: 162

This is the history of the relationship between mass produced visual media and religion in the US- from early evangelical tracts to teenage witches and televangelists. Morgan explores the cultural marketplace of public representation, showing how American religionists have made special use of visual media to instruct the public and practice devotion and ritual.

The Lure of Italy

... have brought such wondrous treasures . ” Looking back on the nineteenth -
century fascination with Italy , one writer called Dream of Arcadia “ the dream for
a hundred years of all the travelling American artists and writers , " the
visualization ...

Author: Theodore E. Stebbins

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

ISBN: 9780810935617

Category: Americans

Page: 470

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American Artists have been inspired by Italy since the 1760s, when Benjamin West, the first American painter to travel there, was drawn to the ancient Roman ruins and magnificent Renaissance architecture, statuary, and frescoes. This intriguing, superbly illustrated book is the first to explore the fascination Italy held for the American artist from West's time to the eve of World War I. The unique sense of the past found in Italy, where tangible evidence exists of a continual civilization from antiquity to the present, lured countless American artists to its cities, towns, and countryside. Painters from West and Copley in the eighteenth century to Cole, Inness, Whistler, Sargent, and Prendergast in the nineteenth century were inspired to create many of their finest works in Italy, as were American sculptors such as Hiram Powers and Harriet Hosmer and writers from Washington Irving to Henry James. This in-depth study includes 319 illustrations, of which 113 are reproduced in full color, many of works that have not previously been published. Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr., John Moors Cabot Curator of American Paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Professor of Art History at Boston University, provides a broad overview of the American perception of Italy and the unique role that Italy played in the formation of American art. Further insights into this new area in the study and appreciation of American art are offered in four essays by such leading art historians as William H. Gerdts, City University of New York; Erica E. Hirshler, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Fred S. Licht, Peggy Guggenheim Museum, Venice, and Boston University; and William L. Vance, Boston University. Individual commentaries on each of the paintings, sculpture, and watercolors have been written by the curatorial staff of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The Lure of Italy accompanies a major exhibition of the same name, organized by Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr., and Erica E. Hirshler that opens at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and travels to the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

The Lure of Castile

The Dream Maker Man Crown 8vo . 7s . 6d . net . A tale of the imperial Marchesa
of discreet grey curls and indiscreet rouge , who plays fairy godmother to her
young secretary . Aberdeen Press . - " A delightful story , clean and wholesome .

Author: Ethel Carleton Williams



Category: Spain

Page: 182

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