- Filename: the-prince-and-the-program.
- ISBN: 9781632164421
- Release Date: 2015-01-20
- Number of pages: 344
- Author: Aldous Mercer
- Publisher: DSP Publications
Mordred's love life is hampered by interference from inquisitors, corporate espionage, a sysadmin bent on enslaving the world, and more.
- Filename: report-on-the-prince-edward-island-program-and-expenditure-review-commission.
- ISBN: OCLC:23590564
- Release Date: 1987
- Number of pages: 89
- Author: Prince Edward Island. Department of Finance
- Filename: the-prince-of-pentium.
- ISBN: 9781426964923
- Release Date: 2012-03-01
- Number of pages: 288
- Author: Sherard H. Adams
- Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Barely eighteen years old and a high school dropout, Prince Hakim Jenkins leads a gangster lifestyle and is headed for trouble on the streets of New York. Facing violent felony charges and forced to flee from the police, Prince finds his future calling in a most unusual place. Blessed with an unusual gift for working with computers, he turns his strength into a business. Every hustler dreams of being rich, but Prince is not the average, everyday hustler. He's a computer hacker-an unauthorized user accessing data to steal or corrupt, doing whatever he needs to gain something from the unauthorized virtual break-in. He's a hustler and gangsta who takes what he learned from the streets of New York, and mixes it with white-collar crime in the computer world, making him the Prince of Pentium. Based on true events, "The Prince of Pentium" follows Jenkins through a period of ten years as he's transformed from a poor, low-class hustler into a genius hacking thug, engaging in high-tech, organized crime.
- Filename: theater-program-for-a-gaiety-girl-and-adoption-at-the-prince-of-wales-theatre-march-1894.
- ISBN: LCCN:2016656939
- Release Date: 1894
- Number of pages: 6
Prince of Wales Theatre. "A Gaiety Girl" Mr. George Edwardes' Company ... To-Night at 8.15 & Every Evening (also on Saturdays at 2.30), an entirely New and Original Musical Comedy, entitled "A Gaiety Girl" Words by Owen Hall, Lyrics by Harry Greenbank, Music by Sidney Jones ... At 7.30, a Comedietta, entitled "Adoption" By Richard Henry ... Matinee every Saturday at 2.30 ... Musical Director: Mr. Sidney Jones, Stage Manager, Mr. R. Stockton, Acting Manager, for the Lessee, Mr. C.P. Levilly, Representative for Mr. George Edwardes: Mr. M. Edwards ...
- Filename: the-prince-of-darkness.
- ISBN: 9780307394712
- Release Date: 2007-07-10
- Number of pages: 672
- Author: Robert D. Novak
- Publisher: Crown Forum
Long before Robert Novak became the center of a political firestorm in the Valerie Plame CIA leak scandal, he had established himself as one of the finest—and most controversial—political reporters in America. Now, in this sweeping, monumental memoir, Novak offers the first full account of his involvement in that affair, while also revealing the fascinating story of his remarkable life and career. This is a singular journey through a half century of stories, scandals, and personal encounters with Washington’s most powerful and colorful people. Novak has been a Washington insider since the days when the place was a sleepy southern town and journalism was built on shoe leather and the ability to cultivate and keep sources (not to mention the ability to hold one’s liquor). He has covered every president since Truman, known (personally and professionally) virtually all the big movers and shakers in D.C., and broken a number of the biggest stories—the Plame story, we see here, being far from the most important. In this book, he puts it all into perspective. He also reveals the extraordinary transformations that have fundamentally remade Washington, politics, and journalism—and his own role in those transformations. Moving beyond the “first draft of history” that is daily journalism, Novak can at last tell the stories behind the stories. He vividly recalls encounters with the Kennedys (angry meetings with Bobby, a scary ride home in Jack’s convertible), his unusual relationship with Lyndon Johnson (who hosted Novak’s wedding reception and who, “drunk as a loon,” had to be carried out of a bar by the young newsman), a decidedly odd off-the-record lunch with Ronald Reagan, and his first meetings with George W. Bush—at which the veteran journalist seriously underestimated the future president. We meet other fascinating characters as well, from Deng Xiaoping to Ted Turner to Ezra Pound. Writing with bracing candor, Novak tells us how politics and journalism truly operate at the highest levels, both publicly and behind closed doors. He is equally open about his private experience. He writes frankly about the days when his drinking reflected too closely the boozy ways of the town. He acknowledges times when his job took precedence over his family. He is reflective about his political journey to the right. And he writes more personally than ever before about his spiritual journey, from his early life as a secular Jew to his conversion to Catholicism at the age of sixty-seven. Packed with riveting, never-before-told stories, The Prince of Darkness is a hugely entertaining and equally perceptive view of fifty years in the life of Washington and the people who cover it. From the Hardcover edition.
- Filename: educating-the-prince.
- ISBN: 0742508277
- Release Date: 2000-01-01
- Number of pages: 326
- Author: Harvey Claflin Mansfield
- Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
For forty years, Harvey Mansfield has been worth reading. Whether plumbing the depths of MachiavelliAIs Discourses or explaining what was at stake in Bill ClintonAIs impeachment, Mansfield's work in political philosophy and political science has set the standard. In Educating the Prince, twenty-one of his students, themselves distinguished scholars, try to live up to that standard. Their essays offer penetrating analyses of Machiavellianism, liberalism, and America., all of them informed by MansfieldAIs own work. The volume also includes a bibliography of MansfieldAIs writings.
- Filename: teacher-s-favorite-christmas-book-a-collection-of-christmas-program-material.
- ISBN: 0871298783
- Release Date: 1941-01-01
- Number of pages: 187
- Author: Christopher Sergel
- Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
- Filename: the-alaska-mineral-resource-assessment-program.
- ISBN: OSU:32435062556162
- Release Date: 1992
- Number of pages: 25
- Filename: promising-strategies-to-reduce-gun-violence-report.
- ISBN: 9781428927070
- Release Date:
- Number of pages:
- Publisher: DIANE Publishing
- Filename: the-gospel-of-the-prince-of-peace-a-treatise-on-christian-pacifism.
- ISBN: 9780966275759
- Release Date: 2014-03-14
- Number of pages: 252
- Author: Daniel H. Shubin
- Publisher: Lulu.com
The message preached by Jesus of Nazareth, the Son of God, that the essence of the gospel is the deliverance of humanity from its perpetual self-destructive trend of warfare and the many sufferings that result from it. This book will also unveil that his message consisted of peaceful coexistence and toleration between people and nations. Evidence will also be provided to the reader to testify that the only proper manner for a Christian to conduct himself in the matter of war and military service is to refuse. The author, Daniel H. Shubin has written in the past a theology and a commentary on the Bible, compiled a 4-volume History of Russian Christianity, and books on philosophy and religion. Dan was a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War (as was his father during World War 2) and also acts as an advisor for military-age young men of his denomination. He has been married 41 years to wife AnnaMarie, and they have 3 adult offspring.
- Filename: the-hole-in-the-wall.
- ISBN: OCLC:920649523
- Release Date: 1927
- Number of pages:
Performed by the Muriel Starr Company by arrangement with J.C. Williamson Ltd. commencing 19 September 1927 at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
- Filename: the-prince.
- ISBN: 9781456842826
- Release Date: 2010-12
- Number of pages: 498
- Author: Constance McCutcheon
- Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Rodge McCullough returns home to finish his Ph.D., gets his degree three years later, and settles in to take a well-earned breather. Reed and Gertrude don't dare interfere as their son pursues his lofty scholar-athlete life at their expense; he is, after all, only engaging in activities they've always encouraged. But after eight years, the activities don't seem so lofty. In fact, they suspect Rodge has become a slouch and a slob. When they discover he is also a thief, they coordinate strategies to dislodge him. But Rodge is resolute: He won't listen, he won't change, and he won't go. Cover art by Karin van de Walle, with her kind permission.
- Filename: the-dreampickers.
- Release Date: 2010-08
- Number of pages: 410
- Author: Rahul Bihari
- Publisher: Dr.Rahul Bihari
The Dreampickers zoom in ”Millions of light years away, in the Akaash galaxy, a freak accident claims the life of the mighty Emperor Zire and Queen Shinkora, who leave behind their only son, Prince Kaal, in the able hands of the loyal and benevolent Priest August.Priest August grooms the prince, befitting his royal entity and bestows upon him, supernatural powers, which he had acquired after years of prayer and meditation. In spite of his best efforts, Priest August is unable to change the course of destiny, which draws Kaal towards the Dark Asteroid, home to the banished and abominable Space Urchins - Looka and Shooka.The Urchins unscrupulously offer the Elixir Noxious, laced with a potent neurotoxin to the unsuspecting and depressed Prince. The toxin gradually embeds into the decision making centers of his brain, creating vitriolic thoughts in his mind.From then on, these despicable twins control the wits and psyche of the crown prince of the greatest empire in the universe.In the years to come, Kaal harnesses the forces of evil to spread pain , death and destruction in the inhabited world.Empowered by the mystical Scepter of Light, the Lamas of Izox, summon the Dreampickers, to instill the will of the Supreme Being into all pious souls, to create peace and harmony in the cosmos.On Earth, Special Officers Rudra and Tulpi are rescued from the midst of a ravaging battle and transported to Izox. They return with divine powers to form the first line of defense against the evil designs of Kaal and his army of Dark Angels who have set upon themselves to stop "The Vaayoo",(a 10,000 year old book of magical chants, capable of reversing all ecological upsets on Earth) from reaching Saint Tuka, the only person capable of deciphering this sacred manuscript.Do Rudra and Tulpi succeed in stopping Kaal or do they succumb to the all powerful master of evil?
- Filename: after-the-program-era.
- ISBN: 9781609384395
- Release Date: 2017-01-04
- Number of pages: 280
- Author: Loren Glass
- Publisher: University of Iowa Press
The publication in 2009 of Mark McGurl's The Program Era provoked a sea change in the study of postwar literature. Even though almost every English department in the United States housed some version of a creative writing program by the time of its publication, literary scholars had not previously considered that this institutional phenomenon was historically significant. McGurl's groundbreaking book effectively established that "the rise of the creative writing program stands as the most important event in postwar American literary history," forcing us to revise our understanding not only of the relationship between higher education and literary production, but also of the periodizing terminology we had previously used to structure our understanding of twentieth-century literature. After the Program Era explores the consequences and implications, as well as the lacunae and liabilities, of McGurl's foundational intervention. Glass focuses only on American fiction and the traditional MFA program, and this collection aims to expand and examine its insights in terms of other genres and sites. Postwar poetry, in particular, has until now been neglected as a product of the Program Era, even though it is, arguably, a "purer" example, since poets now depend almost entirely on the patronage of the university. Similarly, this collection looks beyond the traditional MFA writing program to explore the pre-history of writing programs in American universities, as well as alternatives to the traditionally structured program that have emerged along the way. Taken together, the essays in After the Program Era seek to answer and explore many of these questions and continue the conversations McGurl only began. CONTRIBUTORS Seth Abramson, Greg Barnhisel, Eric Bennett, Matthew Blackwell, Kelly Budruweit, Mike Chasar, Simon During, Donal Harris, Michael Hill, Benjamin Kirbach, Sean McCann, Mark McGurl, Marija Rieff, Juliana Spahr, Stephen Voyce, Stephanie Young
- Filename: the-prince-of-tennessee.
- ISBN: 0743214455
- Release Date: 2000-09-21
- Number of pages: 320
- Author: David Maraniss
- Publisher: Simon and Schuster
In The Prince of Tennessee, David Maraniss and Ellen Nakashima explore in rich detail the forces that have shaped Al Gore's life, and the ways that his past offers clues to what kind of president he would be. The Gore who comes to life in these pages is an intelligent and competent man, struggling with self-doubt and insecurity that explain his bureaucratic obsession with fact and his tendency to exaggerate his accomplishments. Gore's path to power, at first glance, seems straight and narrow. While Bill Clinton's rise is a story of obstacles overcome, Gore's ascendance seems the opposite: the son of political aristocracy reared by loving and demanding parents who groomed him as a princeling to reach the top. But his life was shaped by as much duality as Clinton's. As a child Gore was shuffled back and forth from political Washington to rural Tennessee, his ancestral homeland. The contrast reflects a larger tension between what others expected of Gore and what he wanted to do. Here was the quintessential good son whom his classmates teased as the wooden Apollo. He would occasionally try to rebel but inevitably be yanked back by the burden of expectations and his own insecurity. His first ambition was to be a novelist, but his friends at Harvard saw him as a royal figure for whom a political career was unavoidable. He opposed the war in Vietnam, yet enlisted in the army anyway, out of an obligation to shield his father, the antiwar senator. When he eventually turned to politics Gore brought with him competing impulses: the cautious political moderate with an occasional tendency toward uncommon boldness, the awkward public figure who in private can be a raucous storyteller, the loyal son and vice president who wants to be considered on his own terms, the reluctant politician who burns with a desire to fulfill his parents' dream and become president.