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|Английская художественная литература в оригинале Автор Anthony T. Издательство Wordsworth|
In 1865, for example, Miss Mackenzie, little known today, drew rave notices: the London Review called this tale, in which the central character is a spinster of thirty-five, neither witty nor very attractive, a "bold undertaking"; the Reader saluted it as a novel that "no one but Mr. Trollope would have had either the hardihood to undertake, or the ability to write so as to be readable"; the Westminster Review, calling Trollope "our most popular novelist," said he had never drawn a better female character; The Times wrote, "We know -471- not any other living writer of fiction who would have been so bold as to undertake the dealing with such a subject." The Saturday Review said, "Nobody but Mr. Trollope would have dared to marry a heroine of some forty years to a widower of fifty with nine children." The high point in his critical career came with The Last Chronicle of Barset in 1867. Reviewers deemed it his best novel to date, a view summed up by Hutton (widely regarded as the shrewdest critic of the Victorian era): "Of its own kind," he wrote in the Spectator, "there has been no better novel ever written than the Last Chronicle of Barset." A gradual falling off with the reviewers was to set in, most decidedly with Lady Anna (1874), and continuing through The Way We Live Now (1875), The Prime Minister (1876), The American Senator (1877), and Is He Popenjoy? (1878) ...
|The Great American House: Tradition for the Way We Live Now|
In his first book, Schafer covers the three essential cornerstones of creating a great traditional house: architecture, landscape, and decoration.
|The Way We Live - In the City|
City Detail demonstrates how even restricted spaces can be made inviting: arrangements of art and objects; "cabinets of curiosities"; storage space; external decoration.
|The Way We Live With Colour|
Reds and pinks appear as the colours of luxury and fine living.
|The Way We Live: With Things We Love|
Stafford Cliff and Gilles de Chabaneix offer a fascinating compilation of images that celebrate the ways in which we integrate our favourite decorative objects into our homes.
|In the Country The Way We Live:|
|The Way We Live|
This is a sourcebook of thousands of possibilities … Beautiful and practical, The Way We Live is much more than a decorating guide — it is a design for living.
|Socialnomics: How Social Media Transforms the Way We Live and Do Business|
Explores how the concept of Socialnomics is changing the way businesses produce, market, and sell, eliminating inefficient marketing and middlemen, and making products easier and cheaper for consumers to obtain.
|The Way We Live: By the Sea|
|The Way We Live|
Beautiful and practical, The Way We Live is much more than a decorating guide it is a design for living.
|The Way We Live: In the Country|
From the vineyards of Provence to the hills of California and the farms of Australia, stunning photographs from across the world capture the distinctive architecture, decorative schemes, landscapes and rustic details that make country living so desirable.
|Daring Greatly. How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead|
She is a nationally renowned speaker and has won numerous teaching awards, including the College' s Outstanding Faculty Award. Her groundbreaking work was the subject of a PBS special called The Gifts of Imperfection and has been featured on NPR and CNN. Her 2010 TEDx talk on the topic of vulnerability went viral and has been translated into 38 languages, and she will be a featured National TED speaker in 2012. Brene is also the author of The Gifts of Imperfection and I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn' t). Daring Greatly will spark a new spirit of truth and trust in our organizations, families, schools, and communities. A wonderful book: urgent, essential and fun to read. I couldn' t put it down, and it continues to resonate with me. (Seth Godin, author of Linchpin). It is only by embracing our vulnerability, daring to expose that whole heart, that we can properly connect. It' s thought-provoking stuff. (Stella Magazine, The Sunday Telegraph). Brene Brown, Ph. D. , LMSW is a New York Times bestselling author and a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work.
|The World We Live in (Мир, в котором мы живем): Пособие по английскому языку для неязыковых вузов|
|Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things|
|How I Live Now|
|The Way We Were - Remembering Diana|
|Наглядное пособие к УМК "Новый курс английского языка" 7 класс. Unit 6. The Way We Look|
|The Beauties Of Nature And The Wonders Of The World We Live In|
|Creating a Home for the Way You Live Kelly Hoppen:|
Each option introduces a unique look that Kelly would present to a client, such Clean & Simple, Hollywood Glamour or Contemporary Comfort. Kelly Hoppen: Ideas is an invaluable resource for anyone embarking on a home design project. Kelly reveals how layout and style choices can give the same space a number of different feels. The room-by-room masterclass includes checklists and more tips, highlighting key considerations for spaces of any size and shape. Kelly considers every element of a home - from walls to windows, floors to doors, stairs, lighting and more giving you the know-how you need to make informed decorating decisions and think beyond the obvious solutions. Kelly Hoppen: Ideas taps into this world-renowned designer' s exceptional talent and professional experience. It' s an indispensible source of inspiration and advice for anyone undertaking home design or redecoration, whatever the scale or budget. Photos, sketches, and mood boards illustrate alternative ways to treat any given space and explain the creative process involved in turning a concept into reality. Throughout the book Signature Details sections illustrate tried and tested ways to give a home the designer touch, whilst Kelly' s Key Notes, Kelly Loves. . . ' and tip-filled inspiration boxes offer a wealth of clever ideas at a glance.
|Teaching Programming Strategies Explicitly to Novice Programmers. Can the way we teach strategies improve novice outcomes?|
A series of experiments was conducted that focused on explicitly teaching specific programming strategies to novice programmers.
|Emeralds are expensive because they are rare. An empirical study of the way we explain the characteristics of everyday objects|
People perceive properties as the enduring characteristics of objects.