Victorian Biography Reconsidered

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Author: Juliette Atkinson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199572135
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Victorian Biography Reconsidered by Juliette Atkinson


Original Title: Victorian Biography Reconsidered

Victorian Biography Reconsidered seeks to overthrow deep-seated preconceptions about Victorian biography by demonstrating that, long before our current cultural preoccupation with the lives of neglected or unknown men and women, Victorian biographers sought to bring such subjects to public attention. Through an examination of numerous biographies, from the lives of working-class scientists to minor women writers, this book examines how and whynineteenth-century biographers challenged the contemporary obsession with 'Great Men'. What emerges is that biographers were eager to take on the role of cultural mediator, which helped them assert their importance at a time when the status of men of letters and the nature of the reading public were undergoing profoundchanges. Most surprisingly of all, they showed comparatively little interest in conferring immortality on their subjects, but were more interested in stimulating a feeling of gratitude for hidden labour, both manual and intellectual, that sustained the nation.

Chronicle Of The Pulitzer Prizes For Biography

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Author: Heinz-D. Fischer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110961326
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Chronicle Of The Pulitzer Prizes For Biography by Heinz-D. Fischer


Original Title: Chronicle Of The Pulitzer Prizes For Biography

Volume 20 of the series describes the development of the award for Biographies and Autobiographies from 1917 through 2006. In addition, the complete jury reports from this period are reprinted by facsimile. So it can be documented how the annual deliberations went until a winner was selected. Among the prize-winners were John F. Kennedy before his presidency, the diplomat George F. Kennan or the aviator Charles Lindbergh.

The People Power Education Superbook Book 5 Academic Subjects The Realm Of Ideas Knowledge Resource Guide Not Math Or Science

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Author: Tony Kelbrat
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1312077239
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The People Power Education Superbook Book 5 Academic Subjects The Realm Of Ideas Knowledge Resource Guide Not Math Or Science by Tony Kelbrat


Original Title: The People Power Education Superbook Book 5 Academic Subjects The Realm Of Ideas Knowledge Resource Guide Not Math Or Science

This is a book to help you quickly find the information you’re looking for at the library, on websites, through publishers who sell books and magazines, organizations, etc. Think of it as my attempt to organize a framework for the academic world in two books. Book 1 is almost everything. The second book is math and science.

Aging And Biography

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Author: Gary Kenyon, PhD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780826189820
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Aging And Biography by Gary Kenyon, PhD


Original Title: Aging And Biography

Personal life narratives can serve as a rich source of new insights into the experience of human aging. In this comp;rehensive volume, an international team of editors and contributors provide effective approaches to using biography to enhance our understanding of adult development. In addition to providing new theoretical aspects on aging and biography, the book also details new developments concerning the practical use of different biographical approaches in both research and clinical work. This is a landmark volume advancing the use of narrative approaches in gerontology.

Melville Biography

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Author: Hershel Parker
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810127091
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Melville Biography by Hershel Parker


Original Title: Melville Biography

Melville Biography: An Inside Narrative is Hershel Parker’s history of the writing of Melville biographies, enriched by his intimate working relationships with great Melvilleans, dead and living. The first part is a mesmerizing autobiographical account of what went into creating his award-winning two-volume life of Herman Melville. Next, Parker traces six decades the persistent war New Critics have waged against biographical scholarship on Melville. American literary critics, he finds, impose New Critical theories of organic unity on Melville’s disrupted career even while truncating his body of work and minimizing his aesthetic interests. Parker celebrates the "divine amateurs" who use new technology to discover dazzling Melville stories and also lauds the writers of literature blogs as potential redeemers of academic and mainstream media reviewing. In the third part, Parker invites readers into his biographical workshop and challenges them with ambitious research assignments. Throughout this bold book, Parker seeks to reinvigorate the all-but-lost art of scholarly literary criticism and biography.

Biography Autobiography Awards 1917 1992

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Author: Heinz-D. Fischer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110972131
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Biography Autobiography Awards 1917 1992 by Heinz-D. Fischer


Original Title: Biography Autobiography Awards 1917 1992

The School of Journalism at Columbia University has awarded the Pulitzer Prize since 1917. Nowadays there are prizes in 21 categories from the fields of journalism, literature and music. The Pulitzer Prize Archive presents the history of this award from its beginnings to the present: In parts A to E the awarding of the prize in each category is documented, commented and arranged chronologically. Part F covers the history of the prize biographically and bibliographically. Part G provides the background to the decisions.

His Way A Biography Of Robert Muldoon

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Author: Barry Gustafson
Publisher: Auckland University Press
ISBN: 186940517X
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His Way A Biography Of Robert Muldoon by Barry Gustafson


Original Title: His Way A Biography Of Robert Muldoon

His Way is the only authorised biography of New Zealand prime minister Robert Muldoon - one of the dominant political figures of the last half-century in that country. His Way was based on many hours of conversation with Muldoon himself as well as colleagues, friends, and family, and wide access to the prime minister's official and private papers and diaries. Leading political biographer Barry Gustafson shows Muldoon is shown as a champion of the ordinary people whose vision over time became anachronistic and inflexible.

Tulisa The Biography

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Author: Chas Newkey-Burden
Publisher: John Blake Publishing
ISBN: 1782190430
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Tulisa The Biography by Chas Newkey-Burden


Original Title: Tulisa The Biography

Tulisa Contostavlos has one of the most fascinating and shocking life-stories in showbusiness. Her childhood included harrowing episodes of self-harm, bullying, witchcraft, drug abuse and suicide attempts. Then there has been the ever-present challenge of her mother's mental disorder which Tulisa - as the only child in a single-parent family - had to face alone. How did she rise from such a troubled and dangerous childhood to become first an edgy urban artist and then the much-loved people's princess of Saturday night television? This book, written by leading celebrity biographer Chas Newkey-Burden, tells her eventful and inspirational story for the first time. It uncovers the rich showbusiness heritage of her ancestors and then follows her through her childhood, unflinchingly examining the horrors she faced. It then traces how music became her salvation, thanks to the loving mentorship of Uncle B - the man who formed N-Dubz. The book then follows this never satisfied, always ambitious young woman as she moved into the mainstream and became the nation's sweetheart on The X Factor. The reader is taken behind the scenes to discover the reality of her successful first series on the show, as she guided Little Mix to victory.With a fine cast of supporting characters including Dappy, Fazer, Gary Barlow and Simon Cowell, this is a colourful, entertaining, insightful and shocking portrait of one of Britain's most popular female celebrities.

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