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Bernard Levin's articles in The Times have provoked, enlightened and beguiled faithful readers for decades. In this, the ninth and last selection of his journalism, Levin demonstrates the erudition, passion and integrity on which his reputation is based.
LONGLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE 2017 How do we discuss serious ideas in the age of 24-hour news? What was rhetoric in the past and what should it be now? And what does Islamic State have in common with Donald Trump? We’ve never had more information or more opportunity to debate the issues of the day. Yet the relationship between politicians, the media and the public is characterised by suspicion, mistrust and apathy. What has gone wrong? Enough Said reveals how political, social and technological change has transformed our political landscape – and how we talk about the issues that affect us all. Political rhetoric has become stale and the mistrust of politicians has made voters flock to populists who promise authenticity, honesty and truth instead of spin, evasiveness and lies. Featuring Ronald Reagan and Sarah Palin, Tony Blair and George Osborne, Silvio Berlusconi and many more star performers, Enough Said shows how public language is losing its power, and how an ominous gap is opening between the governed and those who govern. The result of decades of first-hand experience of politics and media, this is an essential, brilliant diagnosis of what we should stop doing and what we should start doing in order to reinvigorate Western democracy.
Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a divorced single parent, seems generally happy but dreads her daughter's departure for college. Unexpectedly, Eva begins a romance with Albert (James Gandolfini), a nice man with whom she has much in common. Meanwhile, Eva finds a new friend in Marianne (Catherine Keener), a poet who is just about perfect except for one thing: She constantly denigrates her ex-husband -- Albert. The more Eva hears, the more she doubts her relationship with him.
Bestselling author of The Book of Happiness, Jason Barry, returns with this thought provoking book about changing your life once and for all. You've read book after book about improving yourself, finding happiness, and living the good life... but you still find yourself stuck living life dissatisfied about where you are at currently. Something needs to change. You're picking up this book at this moment in time hoping that if you read it that it will finally give you what you seek - the missing puzzle piece in your life. But, you're skeptical; could one book really give you what you are looking for? Could it really cure the feelings of discontent that you've had all these years?Well, why don't you read it and find out? Would a couple of hours and a few words be worth the potential outcome of finally living a better life?
Poetry. An exchange of poems between two people is not a new idea, going back at least as far as T'ang China. However, an exchange between a father and son is relatively rare. A poetry dialogue between a father and son, the idea for ENOUGH SAID began when, in his early twenties, Kiev Rattee wrote in a letter that he was probably too young to write about "the big things". That comment sparked Michael Rattee's poem "Big Things" and the idea of an exchange of poems began after he sent the poem to Kiev. The poems themselves are very organic. Some respond to a core idea presented in the last, others grow from a stolen line or title, and still more careen off in some new direction altogether.
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1848
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 402
- ISBN : OSU:32435080008501
Ben is a part of Five Little Peppers, the five children of Mamsie and the late Mister Pepper who are born into poverty in a rural "Little Brown House." The eldest of the five, Ben, is an avid scholar but willingly puts aside schooling in favor of providing for the family. With his sister he manages the younger children and will sacrifice anything for them. As Christmas approaches, we follow Ben Pepper, steady as a rock, with lots of fun too, in his efforts to arrange warm and loving holiday for his family.
This work, written by 16th-century Jesuit priest John Gerard, details the treatment of Catholics during the end of the reign of Elizabeth and throughout the reign of James I. Though by most historical accounts King James I was quite lenient in his treatment of Catholics, Gerard was not of the same mind, as evidenced by his writings.