101 Ways to Lift Your Spirits

  • Auteur: Emilie Barnes
  • ISBN: 9780736903882
  • Date de sortie: 2000
  • Collection: Harvest House Pub
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Give a dear friend the gift of cheer with 101 inexpensive and uplifting ideas to inspire creative touches in her home, garden, relationships, and life.

Letters to Emilie Schenkl 1934 1942

  • Auteur: Subhas Chandra Bose
  • ISBN: 9788178241029
  • Date de sortie: 1994
  • Collection: Orient Blackswan
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Not Many People Known About Bose`S Love For Emile Schenkl, His Austrian Wife. The Volume Includes 162 Letters Written Between 1934 And 1942 An Alos 18 Letters Of His Wife That Have Survived. Illuminate The Human And Emotional Aspects Of His Life.

Making Human Rights a Reality

  • Auteur: Emilie Hafner-Burton
  • ISBN: 0691155364
  • Date de sortie: 2013
  • Collection: Princeton University Press
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 199-265) and index.

Passionate Minds

  • Auteur: David Bodanis
  • ISBN: 9780307497246
  • Date de sortie: 2009-01-21
  • Collection: Crown
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It was 1733 when the poet and philosopher Voltaire met Emilie du Châtelet, a beguiling—and married—aristocrat who would one day popularize Newton’s arcane ideas and pave the way for Einstein’s theories. In an era when women were rarely permitted any serious schooling, this twenty-seven-year-old’s nimble conversation and unusual brilliance led Voltaire, then in his late thirties, to wonder, “Why did you only reach me so late?” They fell immediately and passionately in love. Through the prism of their tumultuous fifteen-year relationship we see the crumbling of an ancient social order and the birth of the Enlightenment. Together the two lovers rebuilt a dilapidated and isolated rural chateau at Cirey where they conducted scientific experiments, entertained many of the leading thinkers of the burgeoning scientific revolution, and developed radical ideas about the monarchy, the nature of free will, the subordination of women, and the separation of church and state. But their time together was filled with far more than reading and intellectual conversation. There were frantic gallopings across France, sword fights in front of besieged German fortresses, and a deadly burning of Voltaire’s books by the public executioner at the base of the grand stairwell of the Palais de Justice in Paris. The pair survived court intrigues at Versailles, narrow escapes from agents of the king, a covert mission to the idyllic lakeside retreat of Frederick the Great of Prussia, forays to the royal gambling tables (where Emilie put her mathematical acumen to lucrative use), and intense affairs that bent but did not break their bond. Along with its riveting portrait of Voltaire as a vulnerable romantic, Passionate Minds at last does justice to the supremely unconventional life and remarkable achievements of Emilie du Châtelet—including her work on the science of fire and the nature of light. Long overlooked, her story tells us much about women’s lives at the time of the Enlightenment. Equally important, it demonstrates how this graceful, quick-witted, and attractive woman worked out the concepts that would lead directly to the “squared” part of Einstein’s revolutionary equation: E=mc2. Based on a rich array of personal letters, as well as writings from houseguests, neighbors, scientists, and even police reports, Passionate Minds is both panoramic and intimate in feeling. It is an unforgettable love story and a vivid rendering of the birth of modern ideas. From the Hardcover edition.

Keep It Simple for Busy Women

  • Auteur: Emilie Barnes
  • ISBN: 9780736905534
  • Date de sortie: 2002
  • Collection: Harvest House Publishers
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Elegant and joyous, Emilie Barnes' new book is an oasis of serenity in a woman's stress-filled life. Devotionals for every weekday, arranged by the month, offer inspirational thoughts, short prayers and simple pleasures--ideas for getting the most out of each day. Emilie has crafted the book for yearlong reading, putting thought into the timing of her themes and prose. Consider: January--A Well-Designed Life May--The Art of Lingering July--Summer Fireflies and a Red Rose October--A Swirl of Leaves December--Celebrating the Moment Keep it Simple for Busy Women is travel-friendly--providing soothing yet spirited reading wherever an on-the-go woman's weekday takes her. A great gift for friends, coworkers, secret pals, or any woman who welcomes a calm moment in the crush of the everyday.

Emilie

  • Auteur: Arlette Cousture
  • ISBN: 9780773755512
  • Date de sortie: 1992
  • Collection: Stoddart Kids
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From My Cold Dead Hands

  • Auteur: Emilie Raymond
  • ISBN: 0813171490
  • Date de sortie: 2006-08-18
  • Collection: University Press of Kentucky
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Charlton Heston is perhaps most famous for his portrayal of Moses in Cecil B. DeMille’s epic The Ten Commandments and for his Academy Award–winning performance in the 1959 classic Ben-Hur. Throughout his long career, Heston used his cinematic status as a powerful moral force to effect social and political change. Author Emilie Raymond examines Heston’s role as a crusader for individual rights and his evolution into a major American political figure with a pivotal role in the conservative movement. Heston’s political activities were as varied as they were time consuming. He worked with the Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, and first Bush administrations. He marched in support of black civil rights, served as the president of the Screen Actors Guild, and helped shape policy for the National Endowment for the Arts before taking on his most high-profile position—president of the National Rifle Association. Over the course of his career, Heston became disillusioned with the Democrats; he formally registered with the Republican Party in the 1980s, arguing that the decision was in keeping with his longtime advocacy of individual rights. From My Cold, Dead Hands is far more than a biography—it is a chronicle of the resurgence of American conservative thought and, in particular, the birth of neoconservatism. Heston’s brand of neoconservatism differed from that of the exclusively intellectual wing, and he came to represent a previously ignored segment of neoconservatives operating on the basis of more common, emotionally oriented concerns. The neocons brought new life to the GOP, and Raymond convincingly argues that Heston revitalized conservatism in general: his image of morality, individualism, and masculinity lent the conservative movement credibility with a larger public. He effectively campaigned for conservative candidates and causes, using his popularity and image to fuel and legitimize his political activities. Heston’s high degree of political engagement not only paved the way for many of today’s Hollywood activists but also helped popularize many of the beliefs of the neoconservative movement. A balanced look at Heston and his offscreen work, From My Cold, Dead Hands explains how this charismatic man of conviction propelled his personal beliefs into the political mainstream of America.
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