Berlin Alexanderplatz

Author: Alfred Doblin
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 9781681371993
Release Date: 2018
Genre: Fiction

"Franz Biberkopf, pimp and petty thief, has just finished serving a term in prison for murdering his girlfriend. He's on his own in Weimar Berlin with its lousy economy and frontier morality, but Franz is determined to turn over new leaf, get ahead, make an honest man of himself, and so on and so forth. He hawks papers, chases girls, needs and bleeds money, gets mixed up in various criminal and political schemes in spite of himself, and when he tries to back out of them, it's at the cost of an arm. This is only the beginning of our modern everyman's multiplying misfortunes, but though Franz is more dupe than hustler, in the end, well, persistence is rewarded and things might be said to work out. Just like in a novel. Lucky Franz. Berlin Alexanderplatz is one of great twentieth-century novels. Taking off from the work of John Dos Passos and James Joyce, Alfred D

Introduction to Psychology

Author: Rod Plotnik
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0534356117
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Psychology

There is simply no other textbook as effective in getting students excited about and involved with psychology as Plotnik's exceptional text. Using his hallmark "multimedia on the printed page" approach, Rod Plotnik makes the concepts of psychology come to life! Plotnik's book is far more than just a good read and a compelling presentation-it is also a book written by a teacher committed to helping students master the content of psychology. From the side-by-side visual summaries to the concept reviews, Plotnik's text is designed throughout for student mastery. Professors report that all the important content is covered in the Plotnik book-in a way that "hooks" students and gets them to read on. And Plotnik's commitment to teaching extends into the ancillaries that accompany the text. The activities in the Instructor's Manual are exciting, original, and offer truly innovative ways to get students involved in the concepts of the course. In many of today's psychology classrooms, the printed pages is just the beginning! In this exciting new Fifth Edition, Plotnik includes "Links to Learning" at the end of every module that launch students into whole new worlds of interactive learning and exploration. Plotnik also references interactive activities on a variety of CD-ROMs that students can purchase bundled with their textbook, as well as appropriate sections in the Study Guide.


Author: Tomi Ungerer
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780064430449
Release Date: 1983-07-14
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

‘A highly diverting picture book about an agreeable pet boa constrictor that earns the affection and gratitude of a French village.’ —BL. ‘Children will love it.’ —H. Notable Children's Books of 1940–1959 (ALA) 1959 Fanfare Honor List (The Horn Book) A Reading Rainbow Selection 1958 Children's Spring Book Festival Prize (NY Herald Tribune)

Symphony in White

Author: Adriana Lisboa
ISBN: 0896726711
Release Date: 2010-01-01
Genre: Fiction

"Tells the story of two sisters, Clarice and Maria Inães, raised in rural Brazil in the 1960s and educated in Rio de Janeiro in the 1970s. Also presenting the perspectives of men they have loved, men they married, and the girls' parents, past events are revealed that help to explain how the two sisters' lives unfold"--Provided by publisher.

The chronology of ancient nations

Author: C.E. Sachau
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 9785871979549
Release Date: 1969
Genre: History

an english version of the Arabic text of the Ath?r-ul-B?kiya of Alb?r?n?, or Vestiges of the past

New Directions in Anthropological Kinship

Author: Linda Stone
Publisher: Springer DE
ISBN: 0742501086
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Genre: Social Science

This volume presents the revival of kinship studies in anthropology and explores new avenues in this re-emerging subfield. The authors review the history of kinship in anthropology and its theory.