Drinks With Dead Poets

The Autumn Term

Author: Glyn Maxwell

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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Poet Glyn Maxwell wakes up in a mysterious village one autumn day. He has no idea how he got there but he has a strange feeling there's a class to teach. And isn't that Keats wandering down the lane? Why not ask him to give a reading, do a Q and A, hit the pub with the students afterwards? Soon the whole of the autumn term stretches ahead, with Byron, the Brontës, the War Poets and many more all on their way to give readings in the humble village hall. In this one-of-a-kind novel, Maxwell takes writing exercises that he's used in real classes, and explores them with fictional students and major poets.

Forensics and Fiction

Clever, Intriguing, and Downright Odd Questions from Crime Writers

Author: D. P. Lyle, M.D.

Publisher: Minotaur Books

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 320

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How long can someone survive in a cold, damp cave without food or water? How was diphtheria treated in 1886? Can Botox kill? Can DNA be found on a knife years later? How are mummified corpses identified? How long does it take blood to clot when spilled on a tile floor? What happens in death from electrocution? As a consultant to many novelists around the world and to the writers of such popular TV shows as Monk, Law & Order, House, and CSI: Miami, D. P. Lyle, M.D., has answered many cool, clever, and oddball questions over the years. Forensics and Fiction: Clever, Intriguing, and Downright Odd Questions from Crime Writers is a collection of the best of these questions. The answers are provided in a concise and entertaining fashion that will keep you wide awake so you can read "just one more."

Women Poets on Mentorship

Efforts and Affections

Author: Arielle Greenberg

Publisher: University of Iowa Press

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 312

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Short essays by women poets on mentoring women poets; includes poems by the subjects and authors.

THE POETS WISH

Collection of African poetry

Author: Sehloho Piet rampai

Publisher: Charles hoby

ISBN:

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 30

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LONG DESCRIPTION The poets wish is a poetry collection that collection by three poets. It contains 30 poems broken into three parts and each part contains ten poem by each of the contributing poets. The issues covered in the collection are centered on love,life and socio political issues in our society.Since the poets are from different countries, each poet presents a vivid account of issues that a pertinent to their societies. The Poets Wish tells you about the issues that are prevalent in almost every society. The poems in this book holds up a mirror of our society and the issues that needs our intervention. Some of the concerns visible in the collection includes colonialism and its implications, child abuse and enslavement, the covid 19 pandemic, love affairs in the African society, hero worship in the African culture, nationalism among many other issues.I will recommend this book for any one who desires to have a full understanding of contemporary societal issues in the African society. SHORT DESCRIPTION OF OUR BOOK. This poetry book contains 30 poems that mirrors the African society and some of the societal issues it is facing as a continent. The poets are from two different African countries:Nigeria and South Africa. The book is a good read for any one who desires to have a deeper understanding of various issues in the African continent.

Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Author: Carlos S. Kase

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 484

View: 295

This comprehensive guide analyzes the various aspects of intracerebral hemorrhage, including mechanisms and clinical presentation, with an emphasis on clinicoradiologic correlations. Provided is a detailed analysis of the different clinical syndromes resulting from intracerebral hemorrhage in various locations and among different age groups.