... Beltway by Jimmy Margulies If He Only Had a Brain ... by Dick Wright Knee-
Deep in Mississippi by Clay Jones Loaded Pen by Linda Boileau Not Just
Another Szep Book by Paul Szep Political Gumbo by Walt Handelsman "
Seriously Now .
" This book might just change your notion of this helter-skelter world. It might make you reassess your own life. It might even make you believe in poetry again.
Author: Michael Passafiume
If I only had a brain I'd trust more people and eat more fish. I'd celebrate Arbor Day by Krazy Gluing a pine cone to my forehead... I wouldn't pay more to see a movie than I would to eat a full meal. I'd have my voice box removed and replaced with a computer chip so that I could say "Hello and welcome to Moviefone!"... I'd shut the world down for a day and get a good night's sleep but most of all... -- excerpted from the poem "if i only had a brain" Michael Passafiume began writing when he was in the third grade, and hasn't stopped since. Whether revisiting the ghosts of his childhood, picking apart the ever-elusive American Dream, or wrestling with the meanings of life and love, Passafiume's poetry lays bare the disillusionment, fear and hope that resides in us all.A longtime proponent of poetry for and about the masses, the author is unabashed in his belief that "poetry that cannot be understood by the reader is alienating and irrelevant." This book might just change your notion of this helter-skelter world. It might make you reassess your own life. It might even make you believe in poetry again.
Assessment Support group, there are large numbers of people with alcohol-
induced brain injuries and other forms of ABI who never consider attending such
clinics (ARBIAS, 2001: 2). Injuries to Different Parts of the Brain Different parts of
Author: Mark Sherry
This book offers a rich, insider's viewpoint of the lived experience of brain injury. Sherry, a survivor of brain injury himself, uses a cross-disciplinary theoretical approach (drawing upon the social and medical models of disability and combining them with lessons from feminism, queer theory, postcolonial and postmodern literature) to frame an enriching narrative about the lived experience of brain injury.
At first they could his brain , startling and delighting his father hardly regard him in
any other light than by its intense originality . that of a ... If than I , and the lord and
master of Waldorf he only had your face and form , your stout , is a lunatic .
Author: National Speech Arts AssociationPublish On: 1898
since in the convention , that some one would certainly ask our learned guest if he was willing to stake his guesses at the races , or his wagers ... been trained ;
upon an athlete who had never had culture ; or if he would entrust his law case to
a lawyer's brain that had never been trained . ... told that there were only a few
tones , a few primitive cries that were “ natural ; ” that all the rest had to be
If he only had a brain, indeed he might become something more than a solitary
failed scarecrow. The Tin Man: The Heart of a Man The next individual Dorothy
meets on her quest is the Tin Man, whom they encounter while gathering apples.
Author: Randall E. Auxier
Publisher: Open Court
From the bedtime story by L. Frank Baum to the classic 1939 film, no story has captured the imaginations of generations of children — and adults — like The Wizard of Oz. The story of Dorothy’s journey through Oz, the colorful characters, places, songs, and dialogue have permeated popular culture around the world. The contributors to this volume take a very close look at The Wizard of Oz and ask the tough questions about this wonderful tale. They wonder if someone can possess a virtue without knowing it, and if the realm of Oz was really the dream or if Kansas was the dream. Why does water melt the Wicked Witch of the West and why does Toto seem to know what the other characters can’t seem to figure out? The articles included tackle these compelling questions and more, encouraging readers to have discussions of their own.
He knew , too , that if he could only reach a point of outcrop a hundred yards
away he could easily descend to the stage road , down the gentle slope of the ...
Marshall's brain he had but one blind thought before him - to escape at once !
He knew , too , that if he could only reach a point of outcrop a hundred yards
away he could easily descend to the stage road , down the gentle slope of the
mountain hidden ... brain he had but one blind thought before him - to escape at
Dr . POWELL in an article on the functions of if he only had health . His strength ,
of late , has the base of the brain , maintains that the breadth of the base failed
him very much ; his muscles are soft and of the brain indicates the vigor of life ,
If of sending Mrs. Chase off in her usual pane“ only he was a little more like
Gussie , what gyric of Gustavus Washington's disposition would she not give ! ...
after his mother “ DEAR JOHN : —I've got into a scrape and had forgotten his
shortcoinings in sleep , he worked steadily and rapidly . ... Of course you'll not
mention slept with so busy a brain and so sad a heart . it to the old folks ; you've
got one merit ...
So, in the beginning, he specialized on hot tunes and torch songs like Minnie the
Moocher's Wedding Day and ... Leo Feist, Inc. MERRY OLD LAND OF OZ IF I
ONLY HAD A HEART IF I ONLY HAD A BRAIN OVER THE RAINBOW This was ...
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Author: George Wharton JamesPublish On: 2019-12-23
When he went away I tried to beg him not to go. I would “nose up” to him and
even try to hold him, but he only called me “a cunning rascal,” and broke away.
Then I would whinny and paw and paw so that I was sure if he had any real ...
Author: George Wharton James
Publisher: Good Press
"The Story of Captain, the Horse with the Human Brain" by George Wharton James. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
He smiled with satisfaction at having mastered the term. Cal half liked ... Stahl did
.' 'All the same he's damn lucky no-one put two and two together.' 'Perhaps he
was overfond of The Wizard of Oz?' 'Ah ... perhaps so ... if he only had a brain, eh
Author: John Lawton
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
With his Inspector Troy series, John Lawton has been compared to top historical espionage writers such as John le Carre and Len Deighton. Brilliantly re-creating London in the time of ration tickets and bread lines, Bluffing Mr. Churchill is a blistering page-turner. It is 1941. Wolfgang Stahl, an American spy operating undercover as an SS officer, has just fled Germany with Hitler's henchmen on his trail. Stahl's man in the American embassy, the shy and sheltered Calvin M. Cormack, is teamed with a boisterous MI5 officer, Walter Stilton, to find the spy and bring him to safety. Their investigation takes them across war-torn London, and in Cormack's case, into the arms of Kitty, his partner's rambunctious daughter. As Cormack and Stilton close in on Stahl, bodies begin turning up — and the duo realize they may not be the only ones in pursuit of the spy. When his partner is suddenly murdered, Cormack must turn to the ingenious devices of his lover Kitty's old flame — Sergeant Troy of Scotland Yard. Together, they investigate the trail of murders and come to a horrifying realization — are Cormack and his spy being played by one of their own in the American embassy?
He only had contact with Jews ... 399(p.73) Notably, Kihn had become Berger's
successor without being an Ordinarius, though he later obtained that
appointment in 1939;400 anyway, Kihn's political qualifications were much more
Author: Lawrence A. Zeidman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
80 years ago the greatest mass murder of human beings of all time occurred in Nazi occupied Europe. This began with the mass extermination of patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders. This book is the only comprehensive and scholarly published work regarding the ethical and professional abuses of neuroscientists during the Nazi era.
He has told himself , over and over farposes which had been its own ; a brain felt
the suppose we must , we choose to ... I shall not say years of absence from
myself , though I cannot The drug given by Dr. Thomas Girton to the He has only
of are are iance . put them forward and immediately after having put them forward he will say : " I know they are insane . ... If we admit it for a moment then we ought
to find that a disease in the left of the brain at the base must destroy only one ...
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1867
He only says he dressed four or And he could tell what he was doing when he
five himself , but did not see them given ... where he had run in for or part of the
skull would have caused him to shelter . wince if he had concussion of the brain ?
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Dr. Smythson convinced himself that not only had he demonstrated the possibility
of existing without a body , but that a ... was referring to when he uses the word “ I.
” For , though he has a brain , he cannot be trying to refer to it if he does not ...
Author: Jonathan Harrison
A detailed consideration of a number of problems concerning the meaning of moral judgements and the justification of morality, and the usefulness and origin of the institution of morality.
But I knew pointing it out would only fall on deaf ears. “The only ones who come
here these days are the ones hoping to interview you, to say they were the last to
see you alive. ... 7 If He Only Had a Brain One of the 6 The Last Clone 123.
Author: Brad Aiken
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Like many fields of science, the future of medicine is frequently predicted by the science fiction writers of today, very much as many of today’s medical advances were presaged by science fiction stories of the past. In this book, physician and science fiction author Brad Aiken conveys his own speculations about our medical future through nine highly entertaining and thought-provoking short stories. Touching upon a great variety of themes, including but not limited to telemedicine and remote surgery, vaccination strategies against unknown deathly pathogens, nanomedicine to cure diseases and retard ageing, bionics, cloning and euthanasia, we get a glimpse of what might be awaiting humanity. Yet, in these stories it is always the protagonists, humans after all, who remain at the center stage, not the new technologies. This provides the fictional material with a unique blend of science fiction and social fantasy. It also warns us to be wary of the pitfalls of too much reliance on dehumanizing technology and to make sure it remains our helper, not our master. Last but not least, an extensive scientific essay investigates the interplay between science fiction and both past and current advances in medical sciences and technology, making the link to the fictional material in the book as well as to the relevant scientific literature. Brad Aiken is the Medical Director for Rehabilitation at Baptist Hospital in Miami, Florida. He has published several scientific articles, and has presented to both professional and non-professional groups on a variety of topics. Dr. Aiken has received numerous science awards, including the Navy Science Award, as well as awards from the Army, the Air Force and NASA. He began writing science fiction while in college at Boston University, and published his first book, Starscape: The Silver Bullet, in 2000. His latest book, Zone of the Tenth Degree, was published in August 2012. His short stories have appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Padwolf Presents, and the vampire anthology New Blood.