In 1900, Horace and John Dodge founded the Dodge Brothers Company in a machine shop in Detroit, Michigan. Dodge 100 Years tells the story of how the Dodge brothers' commitment and vision turned an upstart company into a worldwide automotive leader. From e
Thomas Stearns Eliot, A Universal Poet And Dramatist, And Nobel Laureate, Was One Of The Most Daring Innovators Of The 20Th Century Poetry. He Achieved The Most Dominant Position In Poetry And Literary Criticism In The English-Speaking World.T.S. Eliot Represents The High Water-Mark Of The Modernist Movement In European Literature Which Affected Art And Culture Not Only Within The English-Speaking World, Or The European Lands, But Around The Four Corners Of The Globe. He Was A Poet, A Dramatist And A Critic Of Literature And Society.He Dominated The Literary And Cultural Scene During Most Of The Twentieth Century. Though The World Is Now Said To Have Entered Into, What Is Usually Called, The Post-Modernist Stage, Yet Modernism Is Still Relevant. Whether Post-Modernism Is Considered To Be A Break With, Or The Continuation Of, Modernism, The Latter Occupies A Central Place In The Whole Dialectics Of The Cultural Movement Of The 20Th Century.The Present Volume Is An In-Depth Critical Study Of The Whole Oeuvre Of T.S. Eliot By Diverse Hands. This Is A Must For The Students, Teachers, Scholars Of Culture And Modern English Literature.
The Camp Dodge military reservation, located northwest of Iowa's capital, Des Moines, has been a community presence in times of war and peace. During World War I, a city serving over 45,000 soldiers sprang up inside its boundaries. As quickly as the army's city was built, it was dismantled, no longer needed at the war's end. The land again became a training area for the Iowa National Guard. The community found a home here too, flocking to one of the world's largest outdoor swimming pools, built in the early 1920s. World War II saw the post processing new soldiers and training the Iowa State Guard, left behind to safeguard the state. Over the years, the camp has heard the pounding of horses' hooves turn to the roar of tanks. Hand-drawn strategy maps have given way to high-tech computer maneuver simulations. Camp Dodge has survived and grown.
This book features oral histories, mainly of members of the ranching families who have lived in the Mexican State of Sonora and the corresponding territory in the US that stretches from Tijuana on the California border to Agua Prieta on the Arizona border. The elders in those families recall the tales that their grandparents told, providing a century of perspectives on the revolution in economics, culture, and drug trade that the area has witnessed. The book uses the voices of those who have lived through the vicissitudes of border life to paint this cultural upheaval in gripping, personal terms.