Walter Rauschenbusch (1861-1918) J ANA: / understand your insistence that we
have to know what we're looking for before we can begin looking for it — / said so
myself— but can you come back to the hard part: Why should one believe in ...
Author: Michael Novak
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A world-renowned Catholic theologian and his skeptical young daughter record their attempts to reach a shared understanding of God, faith, the Catholic Church, and morality, in a warm, lively, and down-to-earth exchange for readers of all creeds. Reprint.
As they were leaving, Eli said to me, quietly, “It looks as if Sammy isn't
traumatized at all. Can't we just ... They hate me!” “I really don't think that that's
true. Please tell me why Sammy's pants were down around his legs?” “The child
had an ...
Author: Gary D. Chattman
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Meet Gary Chattman, who didn’t want to be a teacher. But when it became a valid way to escape the draft during the Vietnam War, he made it his mission to teach. Once Gary was hired, he realized becoming a teacher was what he was meant to be, and for over fifty years dedicated his life to making a difference in the lives of his students. Despite his dedication, the school administration tried to bring him down one notch at a time. Student deaths, students skipping classes, and the callous attitudes of some of the administrators who could not see his vision became everyday battles, making Gary determined to conquer his windmills like Don Quixote. Finally, an illness brought on by his school’s new construction threatened to knock Gary off his Dulcinea for good. Follow the embellished life of this dedicated educator through the tumultuous 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s.
Tell me why I should get close To anyone. When I know people always leave.
Tell me why I should let someone in, When I know at the end of the day I'd befull
of grief. Tell me whyI should show myemotions Andlet them run free, When I
Author: Rushini Jayawardena
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
“To this dark place we are no longer strangers, But now faithful tenants to its lonely rooms. And for these rooms the prices run high, When it’s happiness and dreams you have to sacrifice.”
“Now that I know you a little better, I want to talk about why [you are here] today.”
If the child starts to ... Tell me why you think [your mum, your dad, your
grandmother]brought youhere today[or 'whyyouthink Icame to talk to you today'].”
Author: Michael E. Lamb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Investigation of child abuse is often hampered by doubts about the reliability of children as only sources of information. Over the last decade, consensus has been reached about children's limitations and competencies. New for the Wiley Series in the Psychology of Crime, Policing and Law, Tell Me What Happened summarizes key research on children's memory, communicative skills and social tendencies, describes how it can be incorporated into a specific structured interview technique and reviews evidence involving more than 40,000 alleged victims.
In a society where not many people want to feel, I want to take advantage of all
the times people show me their soul. I want to learn more about ... Show me what
you think about love and if you don't believe in it, tell me why. Tell me what made
Author: Margaritë Camaj
This book is about how the heart and the mind possess your greatest power. Use it. Feel.
You ask me why I came ? I came here to instruct you . ( She produces his book . )
And your book ? You think you're going to show me some “ light ” ? You “
maverick . ” Outside of tradition . No , no , ( She reads from the book's liner notes .
Author: Sylvan Barnet
Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company
The seventh edition of Types of Drama provides a complete course in drama in an easily portable book. This text offers a full range of plays from ancient Greece to the present, along with an introductory chapter on how to read plays; biographical notes for each dramatist; introductory comments for each play; topics for critical thinking and writing for each play; critical contexts (for instance, interviews with the authors) for fourteen plays; stage histories for most plays, often including reviews or interviews with directors; five photo-essays: "The Language of Drama"; "Ancient Greek Drama Today"; "Staging Shakespeare Today"; "African Americans on the Stage"; and "Representations of Gender in the Theater"; eleven short historical essays, such as "A Note on Hispanic-American Theater" and "A Note on Women's Theater"; and a substantial glossary of dramatic terms.
The kind man eased himself down on the steps and sat beside me . I felt sure he
would have a secret to tell me in a moment that would make it possible for me to
learn to read and write tomorrow , and I wasn ' t mistaken . ” “ What did he tell you
Author: William Saroyan
A book of 52 short stories, short plays, essays, and poems.
On their way to the city Felix told his dreadful story about Miles Grendall . “ By
George ! ... I believe he always had an ace somewhere about him . ... If I'd known
that you were going to tell me such a story as this I wouldn't have come with you .
Author: Anthony Trollope
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill Company
"The Way we Live Now" is one of Trollope's most kaleidoscopic novels, one that brings the Victorian age vividly to life. In its depiction of a Victorian London in the grips of the new and morally bankrupting power of speculative finance, this novel has more than a little to say about some of the governing obsessions of our own age. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Why not ? I can agree to that , be cause I think that your good Knight there is one
of the few men in the world who'd never use it . ... Why not ? Apparently you
expect us to believe your proposal to give us the Mindsword - perhaps at this
Author: Fred Saberhagen
Publisher: Doubleday Book & Music Clubs
Twelve swords are created as the playing pieces in a whimsical game of the gods.
Eve I want you to tell me why you came here , and why you keep knocking . If you
tell me it ' s because you care , I will bite you . Toper laughs , but Eve looks at him
in silence , smiling a little . Toper So you believe I knocked ? Eve Tell me why ...
Author: Helen Oyeyemi
Publisher: Methuen Drama
Juniper's Whitening: In Aleph, Beth and Juniper's nightmare house, kindness is entrapment, and resurrection is a weapon. Aleph lovehates Beth, Beth lovehates Aleph, and all Juniper knows is that Beth can't seem to stop being murdered. Victimese: Eve is unable to leave her student room but can't bear staying in it. By harming herself she hopes to demonstrate her independence. But her sister's arrival and need for her friendship forces her to face painful truths about the cost of her own emotional courage.