Fragments of the century. by Harrington, Michael

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Published by Saturday Review Press in New York .

Written in English

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  • United States

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  • Harrington, Michael, 1928-,
  • United States -- Social conditions -- 1945-,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989

Edition Notes

Autobiographical.

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Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN58 .H24 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination246 p.
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5430073M
ISBN 100841502838
LC Control Number73076509

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Fragments of the Century: A Social Autobiography. by Michael Harrington. Saturday Review Press/E.P. Dutton. $ Almost a decade ago, inDaniel Callahan edited a brace of autobiographical essays by “young Catholic leaders,” including Andrew M.

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Hailed by critics, who compared it with the masterpieces of Primo Levi and Anne Frank, the book received major prizes and was translated into nine languages. The English-language edition was published by Schocken in ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Autobiographical. Reprint of the 1st ed.

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A first-century fragment of Mark’s gospel would be significant for several reasons. First, the earliest substantial Fragments of the century. book of the New Testament come from the Author: Elijah Hixson. Fragment (Random House, ) is a science-based thriller by bestselling author and screenwriter Warren Fahy.

The novel focuses on a crew of young scientists from a reality TV show who must try to survive when their research vessel, the Trident, lands on Henders Island, where predatory creatures have been living and evolving for over half a billion years.

Fragments of Early Arthurian Legend Found in 16th-Century Book The seven manuscript fragments, which date to the 13th century, tell the story Author: Brigit Katz. Other articles where Fragments is discussed: African literature: English: In Fragments () Armah tells of a youth, Baako, who returns from the United States to his Ghanaian family and is torn between the new demands of his home and the consequent subversion of a traditional past represented by the mythic Naana, his blind grandmother, who.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Fragments of the century by Harrington, Michael,Saturday Review Press edition, in English - [1st ed.]Cited by: 8.

See Chapter II, “First Century Fragments of Matthew’s Gospel?” pp. [6] This book was published in the US under the title Eyewitnesses to Jesus: Amazing New Manuscript Evidence about the Origin of the Gospels (New York: Doubleday, ) - Carsten Peter Thiede and Matthew D‘Ancona.

The modern novel is falling to pieces. Ted Gioia looks at the rise of the fragmented novel in modern mainstream literary fiction. He includes a reading list of 57 'fragmented' novels, with essays on each book in the list. The Oxford-based Oxyrhynchus Society announced the discovery of a second-century piece of the Gospel of Mark from a dig in an Egyptian garbage dump.

thousands of fragments of texts, including. The fragments had been glued together to make a binding for a sixteenth-century protocol book, a legal record common in medieval and early modern Scotland.

This is not the first time Professor Ailes has been able to identify fragments of Old French text. Get this from a library.

Fragments of the century. [Michael Harrington] -- The author ( - ) was an American democratic socialist, writer, political activist, political science professor, radio commentator and initiator of the Democratic Socialists of America.

In the. The seven manuscript fragments, which date to the 13th century, tell the story of Merlin leading a battle charge. Source: Fragments of Early Arthurian Legend Found in 16th-Century Book | Smart News | Smithsonian The first English prose version of the Arthurian legend was penned by Sir Thomas Malory, a knight of uncertain identity who is thought to have turned.

[Book of Hours. Use of Troyes]. [France, ca. with later additions]. Illuminated manuscript (text fragments) on vellum. (BRMS 18) Previously referred to as a “liber precum piae” (prayer book), this incomplete Book of Hours consists of at least three different manuscripts fragments.

But the fragments were annotated between the lines in Greek, a commonly spoken language by the end of the fifth century, implying that this particular copy. A British-based academic has uncovered a fragment of the world's oldest Bible hiding underneath the binding of an 18th-century book.

Nikolas Sarris spotted a. Fragments is an event—an unforgettable book that will redefine one of the greatest icons of the twentieth century and that, nearly fifty years after her death, will definitively reveal Marilyn Monroe's humanity.

Marilyn's image is so universal that we can't help but believe we know all there is to know of her. Every word and gesture made headlines and garnered controversy/5(51). Lions and books and swords can tell a lot Let us repeat what they are saying: if the Lion has an open Book and no Sword, then it represents the Republic of Venice itself.

FRAGMENTS OF THE CENTURY. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Back at Holy Cross College Michael Harrington -- born in into a middle class St.

Louis Irish Catholic family -- learned the underlying principles of his life: that ideas have consequences, that knowledge is related to ethical. Philosophical Fragments. by Sören Kierkegaard. Sören Kierkegaard is one of the towering Christian existential thinkers of the mid-nineteenth century.

While his literary style was experimental, his writings call for Christian morality; a defense of faith and religion. (ENTIRE BOOK) One of Kierkegaard’s most important works (published in. And then Caddie is before the fragments, laid out like shabby tombstones in a long case.

She can see the page numbers printed on six of them, these random sheets saved from the fire. In order, they 53,and (PUBWestminster/John Knox)Offers an inside look at Christianity during its formative period, with selections from 39 primary sources that are divided into pagan witnesses, Christian churches, and identifying heresy.

Gives you a firsthand feel for the issues, controversies, and themes during these crucial decades. pages, softcover. Second-Century Christianity: A Collection of Pages:   Fragments of wisdom from the ancient world In the sixth century b.c.-twenty-five hundred years before Einstein-Heraclitus of Ephesus declared that energy is the essence of matter, that everything becomes energy in flux, in relativity/5(5).

Museum of the Bible curates 16 fragments associated with the Dead Sea Scrolls discoveries. Thirteen fragments were published by a team of scholars in the book Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments in the Museum Collection, Publications of Museum of the Bible 1 (Leiden: Brill, ).

This book briefly outlines the scrolls’ acquisition history. "Thanks to the diversity in local styles of script among the c. seven thousand manuscripts and fragments from the late eighth and ninth century, besides the roughly one hundred which can be localised, other still anonymous large, small, and very.

The Enchiridion is the famous manual of ethical advice given in the second century by the Stoic philosopher Epictetus. Born to a Greek slave, Epictetus grew up in the environment of the Roman Empire and, having been released from bonds of slavery, became a stoic in the tradition of its originators, Zeno (third Century BCE) and Seneca (first century CE).

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(See further information in the. These fragments now increase our holdings as follows: we have as many as eighteen New Testament manuscripts from the second century and one from the first.

Altogether, more than 43% of all New Testament verses are found in these manuscripts. But the most interesting thing is the first-century fragment. Fragments of wisdom from the ancient world In the sixth century b.c.-twenty-five hundred years before Einstein--Heraclitus of Ephesus declared that energy is the essence of matter, that everything becomes energy in flux, in relativity.

And without the fictitious find story, we have no reason to assert that the fragments must be earlier that the fourth century. Any time between the second and fourth century is.

By Jenny Weston While most of the manuscripts produced in the Middle Ages are roughly the same size as today's books, some volumes feature outrageous dimensions—either super-large or teeny tiny.

Today's blogpost is devoted to the 'small-end' of this spectrum, examining some of the world's tiniest medieval manuscripts.

During the later Middle Ages. FRAGMENTS picks right up where Partials left off, with year-old medic-in-training Kira Marshall on her own in an abandoned Manhattan and searching for answers about who created the super-soldier Partials and RM, the virus that decimated the human race.

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When a Bible became worn from use, a new copy would be made, and the old one might be recycled—perhaps cut up and used to reinforce the binding of a new Bible. The Fragments of the Roman Historians is a definitive and comprehensive edition of the fragmentary texts of all the Roman historians whose works are lost.

Historical writing was an important part of the literary culture of ancient Rome, and its best-known exponents, including Sallust, Livy, Tacitus, and Suetonius, provide much of our knowledge of Roman history.

The cumdach of the Book of Durrow (c. ) is the earliest recorded book-shrine, however it has been lost. Several examples exist from Ireland in the 11 th century. Believed to contain a copy of the Gospels that belonged to Molaise of Laserian, a contemporary of Columba, the cumdach of Molaise was produced in the early 11th century.: A History in Fragments: Europe in the Twentieth Century () by Vinen, Richard and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at /5(82).

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