Adams grandson Charles Francis Adams Sr. edited the first two volumes of The Works of John Adams, Esq., Second President of the United States. These were published between 1850 and 1856 by Charles C. Little and James Brown in Boston. The first seven chapters were produced by John Quincy Adams. The premier modern biography was Honest John Adams, a 1933 biography by the noted French specialist in American history Gilbert Chinard, who came to Adams after writing his acclaimed 1929 biography of Jefferson. For a generation, Chinards work was regarded as the best life of Adams, and it is still an important text in illustrating the themes of Adams biographical and historical scholarship. Following the opening of the Adams family papers in the 1950s, Page Smith published the first major biography to use these previously inaccessible primary sources; his biography won a 1962 Bancroft Prize but was criticized for its scanting of Adams intellectual life and its diffuseness. In 1975, Peter Shaw published The Character of John Adams, a thematic biography noted for its psychological insight into Adams life. The 1992 character study by Joseph Ellis, Passionate Sage: The Character and Legacy of John Adams, was Elliss first major publishing success and remains one of the most useful and insightful studies of Adams personality. In 1992, the Revolutionary War historian and biographer John E. Ferling published his acclaimed John Adams: A Life, also noted for its psychological sensitivity. David McCullough authored the 2001 biography John Adams, which won various awards and was the basis for a 2008 TV miniseries.
The Italian photographer Gianni Berengo Gardin has been the sole contributor or a major contributor to a remarkable number of photobooks from 1960 to the present. Berengo Gardins photobooks have included those for Touring Club Italiano TCI about regions within and outside Italy, multiple, TCI-unrelated books about particular parts of Italy, some of them lesser (some of them are lesser) known e.g. Polesine, books about particular artists e.g. Giorgio Morandi books about architecture particularly that by Renzo Piano, and other commissioned publications particularly for Istituto geografico De Agostini and Olivetti. A large book published in 2013, Gianni Berengo Gardin. Il libro dei libri Gianni Berengo Gardin: The book of books, introduces books with contributions by Berengo Gardin, presenting their covers and sample page spreads, and providing brief bibliographical information.
Books: 1963 The Rebellers. Publisher: Ace Books, Inc. Published as a Dual Mass Market Paperback Book with Listen! The Stars! by John Brunner ISBN: None 1995. The Oversoul Seven Trilogy. Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-17-3. Edition: Paperback; May 1, 1995 originally published as three separate books: The Education of Oversoul 7 1973; The Further Education of Oversoul Seven 1979; Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time 1984. 1974. The Nature of Personal Reality. Prentice-Hall. Reprinted 1994, Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-06-8. 1995. The Magical Approach: Seth Speaks About the Art of Creative Living. Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-09-2. 1981. The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events. Prentice-Hall, ISBN 0-13-457259-9. Reprinted 1994, Amber-Allen Publishing, ISBN 1-878424-21-1. 1981. The God of Jane: A Psychic Manifesto. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-01-335749-2. Reprinted 2000, Moment Point Press. ISBN 0-9661327-5-0. 1977. The "Unknown" Reality Vol. 1. Prentice-Hall. Reprinted 1997, Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-25-4. 1979. The "Unknown" Reality Vol. 2. Prentice-Hall. Reprinted 1997, Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-26-2. 1986. Seth, Dreams and Projections of Consciousness. Stillpoint Publishing. 2006. The World View of Rembrandt. New Awareness Network. ISBN 0-9768978-2-2. 1979. Emirs Education in the Proper Use of Magical Powers. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 1-57174-142-9. Childrens literature. 1993. A Seth Reader. Vernal Equinox Press. Compendium edited by Richard Roberts. ISBN 0-942380-15-0. 1970. The Seth Material. Reprinted, 2001 by New Awareness Network. ISBN 978-0-9711198-0-2. 1982. If We Live Again, Or, Public Magic and Private Love. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-450619-7. Poetry. 1997. The Way Toward Health. Robert F. Butts Foreword, Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-30-0. 1986. Dreams, Evolution and Value Fulfillment. Prentice-Hall, two volumes, ISBN 0-13-219452-X and ISBN 0-13-219460-0. 1978. The Afterdeath Journal of An American Philosopher: The World View of William James. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-018515-9. 1979. The Nature of the Psyche: Its Human Expression. Prentice-Hall. Reprinted 1996, Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-22-X. 1966. How To Develop Your ESP Power. Publisher: Federick Fell. Later retitled and reprinted as The Coming of Seth. ISBN 0-8119-0379-6. 1972. Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul. Reprinted 1994 by Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-07-6. 1975. Dialogues of the Soul and Mortal Self in Time. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-208538-0. Poetry. The Early Class Sessions. New Awareness Network. Four volumes. 1977. The World View of Paul Cezanne: A Psychic Interpretation. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-968859-5. 1997 and after. The Early Sessions 1 through 510 of the Seth Material. New Awareness Network. Edited by Robert Butts. Nine volumes. ISBN 0-9652855-0-2. 1976. Psychic Politics: An Aspect Psychology Book. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-731752-2. 1975. Adventures in Consciousness: An Introduction to Aspect Psychology. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-013953-X. 2003. The Personal Sessions. New Awareness Network. Deleted session material. Seven volumes. ISBN 0-9711198-4-8. Short Stories and novellas: "Nightmare" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1959. "A Demon at Devotions" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1958 reprinted in Reality Change Magazine, Winter 1994. "Prayer of a Wiser People" in Profile, 1950. "The Red Wagon" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1956. "The Chestnut Beads" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1957. "Impasse" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1959 Spanish anthology edition ca. 1960. "The Bundu" novella in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1958. "The Canvas Pyramid" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1957 French edition, 1958. "The Mission," purchased by Topper magazine in August, 1965. Publication not yet confirmed. "First Communion" in Fantastic Universe, 1957. "Three Times Around" in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1964 anthologized in Earth Invaded, 1982. "The Big Freeze" in Dude, 1965 reprinted in Reality Change Magazine, Summer 1994. Poetry: Pretense” in Profile, December, 1947. "The Game." New Lantern Club Review. n.2, Summer 1965. "Beware, October." Epos. v.16, n.1, Fall 1964. "I Saw a Hand" in Treasures of Parnassus: Best Poems of 1962, Young Publications, 1962 reprinted in The Elmira Star-Gazette, 1962. Motorcycle Ride” in Profile, Fall, 1948. Skyscrapers” in Profile, December, 1947. How Public Like a Frog” in Profile, Fall, 1948. "The Familiar." Bitterroot. v.1, n.2, Winter 1962. Death Stood at the Door” in Profile, May, 1949. "Lullaby." Epos. v.14, n.3, Spring 1963. Echo” in Profile, May, 1949. "This Wrist, This Hand." Epos. v.16, n.4, Summer 1965. Code” in Profile, December, 1947. Poem” in Profile, May, 1948. "I Shall Die in the Springtime." Patterns. v.1, n.1, October 1954. "Lyric" Patterns. v.1, n.1, October 1954. Time” in The Saratogian, December, 1947. "My Grandfathers World." Epos. v.14, n.3, Spring 1963. Introvert” in Profile, May, 1948. "Hi, Low, and Psycho." Excerpts published in Reality Change, Third Quarter, 1996. "Matilda" in Quicksilver, Spring, 1960. "Who Whispers Yes." Dust/12. v.3, n.4, Spring 1969. Compromise” in Profile, May, 1949. "Vision." Dust/9. v.3, n.1, Fall 1966. "It is Springtime, Grandfather." Epos., v.12, n.3, Spring 1961. "The Flowers." Steppenwolf. n.1, Winter 1965-1966.
This is a list of works about Lem. For a list of works of Lem, see List of works by Stanislaw Lem and their adaptations This bibliography of Stanislaw Lem is a list of works about Stanislaw Lem, a Polish science fiction writer and essayist. In addition to books and numerous academic articles, Lems works and ideas have been a subject of a number of Ph.D. and master theses.
no need to download or install
Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!online intellectual game →