6 edition of Literature in upheaval found in the catalog.
Literature in upheaval
Thomas, R. Hinton
|Statement||R. Hinton Thomas, Keith Bullivant.|
|Contributions||Bullivant, Keith, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PT401 .T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 193 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||74195095|
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The Soviet invasion of Finland is one of seven case studies of national crises in Jared Diamond’s new book. (AP Photo) Nations are prone to devastating crises: political chaos, economic calamities, civil war, natural disasters, pandemics. Countries enduring crises right now include Syria, Yemen, Venezuela and Congo.
Written with a gritty, unflinching realism reminiscent of the work of Larry Brown and Cormac McCarthy, the stories in Upheaval prove that Holbrook is not only a faithful chronicler and champion of Appalachia's working poor but also one of the most gifted writers of his generation.
An Upheaval by Anton Chekhov. MASHENKA PAVLETSKY, a young girl who had only just finished her studies at a boarding school, returning from a walk to the house of the Kushkins, with whom she was living as a governess, found the household in a terrible turmoil.
Mihailo, the porter who opened the door to her, was excited and red as a crab/ The idea behind Upheaval is a captivating one that draws from both history and psychology.
Diamond theorizes that nations in crisis can learn from the experiences of people in crisis, and the therapies that have been used to treat them. Adding a psychological dimension to the in-depth history, geography, biology, and anthropology that mark all of Diamond's books, Upheaval.
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In his latest book Upheaval, Jared Diamond, author of Guns, Germs, and Steel and professor of geography at UCLA, begins with a story of a personal crisis. After completing his undergraduate degree he moved to the University of Cambridge to pursue a Ph.D.
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Jared Diamond thinks so, and his new book, “Upheaval” (Little, Brown and Company, pp., ★★★½ out of four) is a well-documented comparative study. Jared Diamond says he owes the idea for his new book Upheaval to his wife, Marie Cohen, who’s a psychologist. Jared is already a polymath.
Jared is already a polymath. Although he was trained in physiology, his books usually blend anthropology and history, and he’s a professor of geography. Jared Diamond’s Gun, Germs and Steel was such a mind-blowing and worldview-changing book that it’s hard not to take a new book by the UCLA geography professor and polymath 81, Jared Diamond describes his latest book, Upheaval, as “an initial step in a program of comparative studies of national crises.” What that means is that he looks at historical crises in six countries.
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