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Hard Bound . New. Like its predecessor volume, The Great Ones, Volume Two is the rare book, wherein the artistic and literary skills of the famous author-artist, V.K. Subramanian, are applied to an ennobling theme: the life and work of the Great Ones who have contributed to the advancement of human civilization and culture. This book is the second volume in a ten-volume series. Each volume dealing with 100 Great Ones. It will be an ideal presentation to every school and college student, eager to learn about the Great Ones who have made a difference to life on their planet by their life work, and adopt role models to emulate. Like its predecessor volume, The Great Ones, Volume Two is the rare book, wherein the artistic and literary skills of the famous author-artist, V.K. Subramanian, are applied to an ennobling theme: the life and work of the Great Ones who have contributed to the advancement of human civilization and culture. This book is the second volume in a ten-volume series. Each volume dealing with 100 Great Ones. It will be an ideal presentation to every school and college student, eager to learn about the Great Ones who have made a difference to life on their planet by their life work, and adopt role models to emulate. 233 Yr. of Pub. 8170174376, Hard Bound . New. The Great Ones- Vol. III Like its predecessor volumes, one and two, The Great Ones, Volume Three continues to deal with the life and work of the Great Ones who have contributed to the advancement of human civilization and culture. As in the earlier volumes, the Great Ones dealt with fall into tan categories: 1. The Great Ones in Art (Painting, Sculpture & Architecture). 2. The Great Ones in Literature (Poetry, Drama & Fiction). 3. The Great Ones in Science. 4. The Great Ones in Medicine and Biology. 5. The Great Ones in Exploration (Scientists and Voyageurs). 6. The Great Ones in Philosophy. 7. The Great Ones in Public Life. 8. The Great Ones in Social Reform. 9. The Great Ones in Business (Technology, Economics & Management). 10. The Great Ones in Entertainment (Music, Movies, Theatre & Sports). As in the earlier volumes, the artistic and literary skills of the famous Author-Artist combine to make the volume pleasant to peruse and rewarding to read. This volume, the third in a ten-volume series, would be an ideal presentation to all school and collage students, enabling them to learn about the achievements of the Great Ones in diverse fields of human endeavour and encouraging them to adopt their own role models to emulate and spurring them on the discovery, achievement and success. 233 Yr. of Pub. 8170174457, Hard Bound . New. This volume, the fourth in a ten voume series, would be an ideal presentation to all school and college studentss, enabling them to learn about the achievements of the Great Ones in diverse fields of human endeavour and encouraging them to adopt their own role models to emulate and spurring them on to discovery, adchievement and success. 232 Yr. of Pub. 8170174724, USA: Penguin USA, 1989. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/very good +. USA: Penguin USA, 1989. First American edition. Very Good +/very good +. USA: Penguin USA, 1989. First American edition. Very Good +/very good +. Amethyst is a bold, mysterious and thoroughly captivating novel that sweeps from the lustrous, high-fashion world of Manhattan to California's exotic vineyards to the provocative decadence of Paris high society. And finally-to a shadowy castle in the highlands of Scotland haunted by a passionate legacy. Four young women meet in an English boarding school; each is blessed with talent and beauty. One of them has the power to predict the future. Victoria Raven is a pale, ghostly beauty with platinum hair. Her crystal ball is an amethyst ring, a family heirloom with which she spins the destinies of her beautiful, ambitious and soon to be legendary friends. Each will be chosen for greatness, and each will be cursed with the same prophecy: that in twenty years they will be reunited, but one of them will be gone. Only time will tell who will live and who will die .... Jess has an eye for light that will soon make her one of the world's preeminent painters. Gwynneth, never quite believing Victoria's vision of her great beauty, will become the extraordinary model who captures the international fashion world. Catriona, who married for love and was bitterly disappointed, will finally find her gift for business and amass a great fortune, just as Victoria said she would. Everything Victoria Raven had foretold for her friends has come true ... except that one horrible vision; and until their dreaded reunion at the castle in Scotland, no one will know the outcome of the curse. Through a breathtaking series of dramatic events, each of these glamorous women learns that all the money, love and beauty in the world cannot buy the future. Amethyst is as compelling as it is surprising, as romantic as it is mysterious. A classic of its kind, Amethyst is what every woman wants. MARY-ROSE HAYES has led an exciting and somewhat nomadic existence-as a London fashion model, a sailboat deckhand, a librarian in war-torn Northern Ireland and a newspaper travel correspondent. Born in England, Mary-Rose Hayes currently lives in San Francisco. ISBN 0-525-24781-5 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Penguin USA, 1989, The Temple of the Golden Pavilion is a novel by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. It was published in 1956 and translated into English by Ivan Morris in 1959.Plot introductionThe novel is loosely based on the burning of the Reliquary (or Golden Pavilion) of Kinkaku-ji in Kyoto by a young Buddhist acolyte in 1950. The pavilion, dating from before 1400, was a national monument that had been spared destruction many times throughout history, and the arson shocked Japan. The story is narrated by Mizoguchi, the disturbed acolyte in question, who is afflicted with an ugly face and a stutter, and who recounts his obsession with beauty and the growth of his urge to destroy it. The novel also includes one of Mishima's most memorable characters, Mizoguchi's club-footed, deeply cynical friend Kashiwagi, who gives his own highly individual twist to various Zen parablesTitleThe temple's actual name is the Rokuon-ji (), from the first two characters of the posthumous name of its builder, Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. But the shariden or reliquary in its grounds, the Kinkaku, grew so famous that the temple became known as the Kinkaku-ji instead.Plot summaryChildhoodThe protagonist, Mizoguchi, is the son of a consumptive Buddhist priest who lives and works on the remote Cape Nariu on the north coast of Honsh. As a child, the narrator lives with his uncle at the village of Shiraku (), near Maizuru.Throughout his childhood he is assured by his father that the Golden Pavilion is the most beautiful building in the world, and the idea of the temple becomes a fixture in his imagination. A stammering boy from a poor household, he is friendless at his school, and takes refuge in vengeful fantasies. When a naval cadet who is visiting the school makes fun of him, he vandalises the cadet's belongings behind his back. A neighbour's girl, Uiko, becomes the target of his hatred, and when she is killed by her deserter boyfriend after she betrays him, Mizoguchi becomes convinced that his curse on her has been fulfilled.His ill father takes him to the Kinkaku-ji for the first time in the spring of 1944, and introduces him to the Superior, Tayama Dosen. After his father's death, Mizoguchi becomes an acolyte at the temple. It is the height of the war, and there are only three acolytes, but one is his first real friend, the candid and pleasant Tsurukawa. During the 19445 school year, he boards at the Rinzai Academy's middle school and works at a factory, fascinated by the idea that the Golden Pavilion will inevitably be burnt to ashes in the firebombing. But the American planes avoid Kyoto, and his dream of a glorious tragedy is defeated. In May 1945, he and Tsurukawa visit Nanzen-ji. From the tower, they witness a strange scene in a room of the Tenju-an nearby: a woman in a formal kimono gives her lover a cup of tea to which she adds her own breast milk.After his father dies of consumption, he is sent to Kinkaku-ji. On the first anniversary of his father's death, his mother visits him, bringing the mortuary tablet so that the Superior can say Mass over it. She tells him that she has moved from Nariu to Kasagun, and reveals her wish that he should succeed Father Dosen as Superior at Rokuon-ji. The two ambitionsthat the temple be destroyed, or that it should be his to controlleave him confused and ambivalent. On hearing the news of the end of the war and the Emperor's renunciation of divinity, Father Dosen calls his acolytes and tells them the fourteenth Zen story from The Gateless Gate, "Nansen kills a kitten", which leaves them bemused. Mizoguchi is bitterly disappointed by the end of hostilities, and late at night he climbs the hill behind the temple, Okitayama-Fudosan, looks down on the lights of Kyoto, and pronounces a curse: "Let the darkness of my heart equal the darkness of the night which encloses those countless lights!"Friendship with KashiwagiDuring the winter of that year, the Temple is visited by a drunk American soldier and his pregnant Japanese girlfriend. He pushes his girlfriend down into the snow, and orders Mizoguchi to trample her stomach, giving him two cartons of cigarettes in exchange for doing so. Mizoguchi goes indoors and obsequiously presents the cartons to the Superior, who is having his head shaved by the deacon. Father Dosen thanks him, and tells him he has been chosen for the scholarship to Otani University. A week later the girl visits the temple, tells her story, and demands compensation for the miscarriage she has suffered. The Superior gives her money and says nothing to the acolytes, but rumours of her claims spread, and the people at the temple become uneasy about Mizoguchi. Throughout 1946 he is tormented by the urge to confess, but never does so, and in the spring of 1947 he leaves with Tsurukawa for Otani University. He starts to drift away from Tsurukawa, befriending Kashiwagi, a cynical clubfooted boy from Sannomiya who indulges in long "philosophical" speeches.Kashiwagi boasts of his ability to seduce women by making them feel sorry for himin his words, they "fall in love with my clubfeet." He demonstrates his method to Mizoguchi by feigning a tumble in front of a girl. She helps him into her house. Mizoguchi is so disturbed that he runs away, and takes a train to the Kinkaku-ji to recover his self-assurance. In May, Kashiwagi invites him to a "picnic" at Kameyama Park, taking the girl he tricked, and another girl for Mizoguchi. When left alone with the girl, she tells him a story about a woman she knows who lost her lover during the war. He realises that the woman she is talking about must be the same one he saw two years before through a window of Tenju Hermitage. Mizoguchi's mind fills with visions of the Golden Pavilion, and he finds himself impotent. That evening a telegram arrives at the university bearing news of kindly Tsurukawa's death in a road accident. For nearly a year, Mizoguchi avoids Kashiwagi's company.In the spring of 1948 Kashiwagi comes to visit him at the temple, and gives him a shakuhachi as a present. He takes the opportunity to demonstrate his own skill as a player. In May he asks Mizoguchi to steal some irises and cat-tails for him from the temple garden. Mizoguchi takes them to Kashiwagi's boarding-house, and while discussing the story of Nansen and the kitten, Kashiwagi starts to make an arrangement, mentioning that he is being taught ikebana by his girlfriend. Mizoguchi realises that this girlfriend must be the woman he saw at Tenju Hermitage. When she arrives, Kashiwagi breaks up with her, and they quarrel. She runs away and Mizoguchi follows, telling her that he witnessed her tragic scene two years ago. She is moved, and tries to seduce him, but again he is assailed by visions of the temple, and he is impotent.Enmity with Father DosenIn January 1949 Mizoguchi is walking through Shinkyogoku when he thinks he sees Father Dosen with a geisha. Momentarily distracted, he starts to follow a stray dog, loses it, and then in a back alley he runs into the Superior just as he is getting into a hired car with the geisha. He is so surprised that he laughs out loud, and Father Dosen calls him a fool. Over the next two months Mizoguchi becomes obsessed with reproducing Dosen's brief expression of hatred. He buys a photograph of the geisha and slips it into Dosen's morning newspaper. The Superior gives no sign of having found it, but secretly places the photo in Mizoguchi's drawer the next day. When Mizoguchi finds it there, he feels victorious. He tears it up, wraps the shreds in newspaper with a stone, and sinks it in the pond.As Mizoguchi's mental illness worsens, he neglects his studies. On 9 November 1949, the Superior reprimands him for his poor work. Mizoguchi responds by borrowing ¥3000 from Kashiwagi, who characteristically raises ¥500 of the money by taking back and selling the flute and dictionary he had given as presents. He goes to Takeisao-jinja (a shrine also known as Kenkun-jinja) and draws a mikuji lot which warns him not to travel northwest. He sets off northwest the next morning, to the region of his birth, and spends three days at Yura (now Tangoyura), where the sight of the Sea of Japan inspires him to destroy the Kinkaku.He is retrieved by a policeman, and on his return he is met by his angry mother, who is relieved to learn that he did not steal the money he used to flee. Obsessed by the idea of arson, one day he follows a guilty-looking boy to the Sammon Gate of the Myshin-ji, and is amazed and disappointed when the boy does not set it alight. He compiles a long list of old temples which have burnt down. By May his debt (with 10% simple interest per month) has grown to ¥5100. Kashiwagi is angry, and comes to suspect that Mizoguchi is considering suicide. On 10 June Kashiwagi complains to Father Dosen, who gives him the principal; afterwards, Kashiwagi shows letters to Mizoguchi that reveal the fact that Tsurukawa did not die in a road accident, but committed suicide over a love affair. He hopes to discourage Mizoguchi from doing anything similar. For the last time, they discuss the Zen story of Nansen and the kitten.Final eventsOn 15 June, Father Dosen takes the unusual step of giving Mizoguchi ¥4250 in cash for his next year's tuition. Mizoguchi spends it on prostitutes in the hope that Dosen will be forced to expel him. But he quickly tires of waiting for Dosen to find out, and when he spies on Dosen in the Tower of the North Star, and seems him crouched in the "garden waiting" position, he cannot account for this evidence of secret shame, and is filled with confusion. The next day he buys arsenic and a knife at a shop near Senbon-Imadegawa, an intersection 2 km to the southeast of the temple, and loiters outside Nishijin Police Station. The outbreak of the Korean War on 25 June, and the failure of Kinkaku's fire-alarm on 29 June, seem to him signs of encouragement. On 30 June a repairman tries to fix it, but he is unsuccessful, and promises to return the next day. He does not come. A strange interview with the visiting Father Kuwai Zenkai, of Ryuho-ji in Fukui Prefecture, provides the final inspiration, and in the early hours of 2 July Mizoguchi sneaks into the Kinkaku and dumps his belongings, placing three straw bales in corners of the ground floor. He goes outside to sink some non-inflammable items in the pond, but on turning back to the temple he finds himself filled with his childhood visions of its beauty, and he is overcome by uncertainty.Finally he remembers the words from the Rinzairoku, "When you meet the Buddha, kill the Buddha", and he resolves to go ahead with his plan. He enters the Kinkaku and sets the bales on fire. He runs upstairs and tries to enter the Kukkych, but the door is locked. He hammers at the door for a minute or two. Suddenly feeling that a glorious death has been "refused" him, he runs back downstairs and out of the temple, choking on the smoke. He continues running, out of the temple grounds, and up the hill named Hidari Daimonji, to the north. He throws away the arsenic and knife, lights a cigarette, and watches the pavilion burn.Allusions to actual history, geography and current scienceThe real storyThe only detailed information in English on the arson comes from Albert Borowitz's Terrorism For Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome (2005), which includes translations of interview transcripts published in the book Kinkaku-ji Enj (1979) by Mizukami Tsutomo, a novelist who had known the boy at school.The acolyte's name was Hayashi Yken, and the Superior's name was Murakami Jikai. The prostitute to whom he boasted was called Heya Teruko. Hayashi's mother threw herself in front of a train soon after the event. His sentence was reduced on account of his schizophrenia; he was released on 29 September 1955, the same year that the rebuilding commenced, and died in March 1956. (Borowitz comments that many accounts avoid giving the acolyte's name, perhaps to prevent him from becoming a celebrity.) The pavilion's interior paintings were restored much later; even the gold leaf, which was mostly all gone long before 1950, was replaced.Mishima collected all the information he could, even visiting Hayashi in prison, and as a result the novel follows the real situation with surprising closeness.Yukio Mishima ( Mishima Yukio?) is the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka ( Hiraoka Kimitake?, January 14, 1925 November 25, 1970), a Japanese author, poet, playwright, actor, and film director. Mishima is considered one of the most important Japanese authors of the 20th century; he was nominated three times for the Nobel Prize in Literature and was poised to win the prize in 1968 but lost the award to his fellow countryman Yasunari Kawabata. His avant-garde work displayed a blending of modern and traditional aesthetics that broke cultural boundaries, with a focus on sexuality, death, and political change. He is remembered for his ritual suicide by seppuku after a failed coup d'état attempt, known as the "Mishima Incident".Mishima was also known for his natural bodybuilding and modelling.The Mishima Prize was established in 1988 to honor his life and works., Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1980, Simon & Schuster, 2008. Softcover. New. Motivation is the key to learning. But very few parents and teachers have an effective arsenal of techniques at their disposal. Enter educator and acclaimed author Rick Lavoie, who arms all those who deal with children with proven, effective tools and strategies they can use to encourage any child to learn and achieve success. Lavoie's practical, innovative approach begins with a quiz that helps a parent or teacher identify -- using s different possible models -- a child's motivational style. . Is she motivated by power? . Does he need prestige? . Does praise mean a lot to this child? . Does contact with other people inspire this child? . Does he like to do projects? . Does she enjoy receiving prizes? He then explores each motivational style in depth, presenting proven techniques, strategies, and scripts that can be used in the classroom and at home to break through a child's apathy and discouragement and inspire him to succeed and achieve. Along the way, Lavoie explodes some common myths about motivation: for instance, he demonstrates that rewards, punishment, and competition are not effective motivational tools. He gives specific advice throughout for parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities and provides detailed instructions for how to create a motivated classroom. He outlines the parent's role, the teacher's role, and suggests ways in which they can work together to encourage children to reach their potential. The book's final chapter, "What Does Madison Avenue Know...That Maple Street Elementary School Doesn't," reveals what parents and teachers can learn from some of the most powerful motivators in our children's world: advertisers. With empathy and understanding, backed by decades of experience in the classroom, Rick Lavoie gives parents and teachers the key to unlock any child's enthusiasm and responsiveness. The Motivation Breakthrough will revolutionize the way parents, teachers, and professionals reach out to and motivate all children. Sheer genius! Lavoie's gift for creatively motivating even the most difficult students is unrivaled. A must-read for educators who want to learn from a master teacher! -- Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, MS, author of Teaching Teens with ADD and ADHD and coauthor of A Bird's-Eye View of Life with ADD and ADHD Rick's experiences as an educator, father, and consultant shine through as he describes obstacles to motivation and eloquently articulates interventions that will be most effective in sparking the interest and joy of kids, especially given their different needs -- Robert Brooks, Ph.D., author of The Self-Esteem Teacher and coauthor of Raising Resilient Children Rick Lavoie reminds us on every page that we all possess the power to shape a child's future. The Motivation Breakthrough offers concrete strategies and reveals the most powerful and effective secrets for boosting a child's confidence, self-esteem, and motivation. -- Donna Goldberg, author of The Organized Student 416 pages. 2008, Simon & Schuster, 2008

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Any child can be motivated to learn. "If he only would apply himself..." "She can do it if she puts her mind to it." "He just doesn't seem to care." "She's just not trying." Motivation is the key to learning. But very few parents and teachers have an effective arsenal of techniques at their disposal. Enter educator and acclaimed author Rick Lavoie, who arms all those who deal with children with proven, effective tools and strategies they can use to encourage any child to learn and achieve success. Lavoie's practical, innovative approach begins with a quiz that helps a parent or teacher identify -- using six different possible models -- a child's motivational style. Is she motivated by power? Does he need prestige? Does praise mean a lot to this child? Does contact with other people inspire this child? Does he like to do projects? Does she enjoy receiving prizes? He then explores each motivational style in depth, presenting proven techniques, strategies, and scripts that can be used in the classroom and at home to break through a child's apathy and discouragement and inspire him to succeed and achieve. Along the way, Lavoie explodes some common myths about motivation: for instance, he demonstrates that rewards, punishment, and competition are not effective motivational tools. He gives specific advice throughout for parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities and provides detailed instructions for how to create a motivated classroom. He outlines the parent's role, the teacher's role, and suggests ways in which they can work together to encourage children to reach their potential. The book's final chapter, "What Does Madison Avenue Know...That Maple Street Elementary School Doesn't," reveals what parents and teachers can learn from some of the most powerful motivators in our children's world: advertisers. With empathy and understanding, backed by decades of experience in the classroom, Rick Lavoie gives parents and teachers the key to unlock any child's enthusiasm and responsiveness. "The Motivation Breakthrough" will revolutionize the way parents, teachers, and professionals reach out to and motivate all children. The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning on the Tuned-Out Child Lavoie, Richard, Touchstone Books

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The Motivation Breakthrough explores proven techniques and strategiesbased on six possible motivational stylesthat will revolutionize the way teachers and parents inspire kids with learning disabilities to succeed and achieve.Backed by decades of experience in the classroom, educator and acclaimed author Rick Lavoie explodes common myths and gives specific advice for motivating children with learning disabilities. He outlines parents and teachers roles, suggesting ways in which they can work together to encourage any child to reach his or her potential. Finally, he reveals what we can learn from some of the most powerful motivators in the world: advertisers. With empathy and understanding, Lavoie offers parents and teachers the key to unlocking enthusiasm and responsiveness, proving any child can be motivated to learn. 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.10.2008 Buch (fremdspr.), Touchstone Press, .200

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The author of the groundbreaking "It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend" gives parents, teachers, coaches, and caregivers the keys to spark the desire to learn in any child. Includes a quiz to assess a child's needs.

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