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Description: Born in Lacha, a German farming village in Poland, Edward Abraham experienced the German occupation of Poland first hand. He describes the typical farming life in long-established German villages from boyhood eyes, and how it gradually deteriorated under occupation, and, finally, the dramatic and tragic evacuation of German civilians from the terror of the advancing Soviet army. A short memoir of historical interest, the excitement, terror and horror of war and the pleasure of bucolic agriculture villages in Poland.
Description: The online version of the radical revision to this leading critical care text, previously edited by Shoemaker et al. The completely new editorial team presents today's best coverage of both adult and pediatric critical care, with contributions from an impressive roster of world experts. In addition to numerous new chapters and many extensively rewritten ones, it features a completely new section o...
Description: This book, the first of two volumes, is the story of Abraham Joshua Heschel, "a renowned American theologian and interpreter of tradition."--Jacket.
Description: This pathbreaking work argues that the major intellectual trend in China from the seventeenth through the early nineteenth century was Confucian ritualism, as expressed in ethics, classical learning, and discourse on lineage. Reviews "Chow has produced a work of superb scholarship, fluently written and beautifully researched. . . . One of the landmarks of the current reconstruction of the social p...
A reply to the observations of Charles Abraham Elton, esq. on mr. Manley's answer to Thirty-five questions proposed by Unitarians. To which is annexed A creed of contradictions, or Unitarian tenets undisguised; with a few questions proposed to the illuminati
Description: The City of Abraham is a journey through one of the worldâ€™s most divided cities â€“ Hebron, the only place in the West Bank where Palestinians and Israelis live side by side. It begins with a hill called Tel Rumeida, the site of ancient Hebron, where the patriarch Abraham â€“ father of the Jews and the Arabs â€“ was supposed to have lived when he arrived in the Promised Land. Through a mixture o...
Remarks on Mr Chubb's Case of Abraham Farther Consider'd in a Letter to Mr Chubb. By Edward Stone ..