Body Fantasy

  • Auteur: William C. Schutz
  • ISBN: 9780829009941
  • Date de sortie: 1985
  • Collection: Ardent Media
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Human beings are unities. Body and mind are inextricably integrated. Everything that happens to the mind is expressed in the body and vice versa. Somewhere we lost this knowledge. The Chinese knew it when they established acupuncture 3000 years ago. This book is an attempt to illustrate the inadequacy of dualistic ideas. Evy, the main character, undergoes a remarkable rebirth in a very short time, through the recognition of her essential unity. By working carefully and deeply with both her mind and her body, childhood problems and physical deficiencies are greatly alleviated.

La bonne cuisine d Evy

  • Auteur: Evy Hirshon
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  • Date de sortie: 2014
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The Poetics of the K nstlerinroman and the Aesthetics of the Sublime

  • Auteur: Evy Varsamopoulou
  • ISBN: 9780754602965
  • Date de sortie: 2002
  • Collection: Ashgate Publishing
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This study of the poetics of the Romantic K nstlerinroman (female artist novel) brings to the foreground its salient metafictional discourse on the aesthetics of the sublime, ever since its beginnings in Madame de Sta l's Corinne ou L'Italie. The book presents detailed readings of H.D.'s Palimpsest, Christa Wolf's Nachdenken ber Christa T. and Marguerite Duras' L'Amant in a dialogue with Kant, Freud, Lacan, Cixous, Derrida and other philosophers, theorists, literary critics and writers. Each novel is explored in terms of its generic affiliations, its reflections on the role of literature and the writer in society and its aesthetic discourse on the sublime.

Zhan Effel V 4 Tomah Lyubov Adama I Evy

  • Auteur: Zh Effel'
  • ISBN: 9785458438964
  • Date de sortie: 2013-01
  • Collection: Book on Demand Limited
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Zhan Effel' - frantsuzskij hudozhnik-karikaturist. V chetyrehtomnike predstavleny vse naibolee populyarnye yumoristicheskie serii mastera 1940-1970-h gg., v tom chisle "Sotvorenie mira," "Zhizn' zamechatel'nyh suschestv," "Zapisnaya knizhka parizhanina," "Angelochek," "Evelina" i dr. Osoboe vnimanie chitatelyu sleduet udelit' razdelu politicheskoj karikatury, illyustratsiyam k Mol'eru i Lafontenu, teatral'nym eskizam i oformitel'skim rabotam Effelya. This book, "Zhan Effel' v 4 tomah Lyubov' Adama i Evy," by Zh. Effel', is a replication of a book originally published before 1968. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.

Evy and the Hawkeyes

  • Auteur: Brian Chapman
  • ISBN: 9780880111867
  • Date de sortie: 1983
  • Collection: Scribner
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Modern Dramatists

  • Auteur: Kimball King
  • ISBN: 1136521194
  • Date de sortie: 2013-04-03
  • Collection: Routledge
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This comprehensive collection gathers critical essays on the major works of the foremost American and British playwrights of the 20th century, written by leading figures in drama/performance studies.

Why Normal Isn t Healthy

  • Auteur: Bowen F. White MD
  • ISBN: 162095205X
  • Date de sortie: 2012-03-20
  • Collection: BookBaby
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WHY NORMAL ISN'T HEALTHY The definitions here for "normal" and "healthy" are different than definitions one learns during medical training. I do not recall much about the topic of "health"/"healthy" being addressed during training. The focus was on the absence of health or to state it more plainly, disease. Diseases were well defined for the most part by objective criteria. And if and when those objective criteria moved back into the normal range and the patient was feeling much better they were said to have returned to "health." To me that is not the same thing. So how, then, do I define 'health?" Health here is the ability to work, to love, to play and to think soundly. That means that someone with hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, bipolar disorder, cancer, etc. can be healthy. Whereas someone else without any known ailment or abnormal lab results, probably isn't. It's not about the criteria we learned in medical school. It is about how people experience the living of their lives: their jobs, their families, their friends, their gifts, their purpose, themselves and well being. It is a definition I stole from Ashley Montagu in a book titled, GROWING YOUNG. His premise is we are not meant to grow old we are meant to grow young. We are meant to stay in a developmental process throughout the life cycle, staying in touch with the wonderful behavioral characteristics of the child e.g., curiosity, playfulness, experimental mindedness, plasticity and authenticity. These help us stay vital, and yes, young, regardless of our age. Otherwise, we can slip into a box long before we're dead. That's normal. So what happened? We got educated and acculturated. And what we learned allows us to function now as normal adults in the work-a-day world: get a job, work hard, pay the rent, get married, pay the mortgage, raise children, save for their education, save for retirement and until recently, enjoy our golden years. Being normal means when stressed we often make a bad situation worse, addictions abound, workaholism is rampant, 50% of marriages end in divorce, financial wealth goes up but happiness doesn't above $65,000/year, less than half of Americans are happy with their jobs, when teenagers have problems their parents are the court of last resort, we are better at competing than collaborating, honesty is not the best policy, we repress how we really think and feel while expressing just what's safe to say and we learned to be our own worst enemies! That may be normal but it certainly isn't healthy! The irony is, it isn't until someone gets sick that they make life decisions that reflect what is actually most important to them. They begin doing what is suspiciously healthy and can even be grateful for their status quo breaking diagnosis. Why wait for cancer or the near death experience to see what we want to start doing that we haven't risked before? Why wait to start doing what is healthy for our relationships and us as well? And finally, what do we want to keep doing, albeit differently? Open that box. It seems safe but it's a trap. You may be caught, but look. You have the key. This book may just help you find it and in the process think through your problems, to sounder, suspiciously healthy solutions. (think soundly); have a healthier relationship with yourself and healthier relationships with others.(to love); while figuring out how to get better at what you do and/or what you want to start doing. (to work) And have more fun along the way. (to play)
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