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Libations of the Eighteenth Century

A Concise Manual for the Brewing of Authentic Beverages from the Colonial Era of America, and of Times Past

Author: David Alan Woolsey

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 1581126565

Category: Cooking

Page: 228

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A manual dedicated to recreating the brewed beverages that existed in the American Colonies. All of the historic recipes were documented as dating from 1800 or earlier, and all were taste-tested. The book consists of more than fifty recipes for ale, beer, mead, hard cider, and mixed drinks, including an award winning recipe for porter. Along with the recipes is a how-to chapter on brewing. There is an additional chapter on non-alcoholic brews, such as tea and coffee, and herbalsubstitutes for both. Plus, a section on making non-alcoholic beer, and carbonated soft drinks.

A History of the Four Georges and of William IV (Complete)

Author: Justin McCarthy

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 1465541675

Category: Great Britain

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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Anecdotes

Author: John Nichols

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Authors, English

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The Foreign monthly review and continental literary journal

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Publisher: N.A

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The Conquest of Mexico

Westernization of Indian Societies from the 16th to the 18th Century

Author: Serge Gruzinski

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0745683568

Category: History

Page: 368

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The Conquest of Mexico is a brilliant account of the Spanish conquest of Mexico, written from a new and unfamiliar angle. Gruzinski analyses the process of colonization that took place in native Indian societies over three centuries, focusing on disruptions to the Indian's memory, changes in their perception of reality, the spread of the European idea of the supernatural and the Spanish colonists' introduction of alphabetical script which the Indians had to combine with their own traditional - oral and pictorial - forms of communication. Gruzinski discusses the Indians' often awkward initiation into writing, their assimilation of Spanish culture, and their subsequent reinterpretation of their own past and recovers the changing Indian perceptions of the sacred and their 'absorption' of elements from the Christian tradition. The Conquest of Mexico is a major work of cultural history which reconstructs a crucial episode in the European colonization of the New World. It is also an important contribution to the study of the relationship between memory, orality, images and writing in history.

Poetics of Conduct

Oral Narrative and Moral Being in a South Indian Town

Author: Leela Prasad

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231511272

Category: Social Science

Page: 320

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Leela Prasad's riveting book presents everyday stories on subjects such as deities, ascetics, cats, and cooking along with stylized, publicly delivered ethical discourse, and shows that the study of oral narrative and performance is essential to ethical inquiry. Prasad builds on more than a decade of her ethnographic research in the famous Hindu pilgrimage town of Sringeri, Karnataka, in southwestern India, where for centuries a vibrant local culture has flourished alongside a tradition of monastic authority. Oral narratives and the seeing-and-doing orientations that are part of everyday life compel the question: How do individuals imagine the normative, and negotiate and express it, when normative sources are many and diverging? Moral persuasiveness, Prasad suggests, is intimately tied to the aesthetics of narration, and imagination plays a vital role in shaping how people create, refute, or relate to "text," "moral authority," and "community." Lived understandings of ethics keep notions of text and practice in flux and raise questions about the constitution of "theory" itself. Prasad's innovative use of ethnography, poetics, philosophy of language, and narrative and performance studies demonstrates how the moral self, with a capacity for artistic expression, is dynamic and gendered, with a historical presence and a political agency.

The Landscapes of the Sublime 1700-1830

Classic Ground

Author: C. Duffy

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137332182

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 233

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The Landscapes of the Sublime examines the place of the 'natural sublime' in the cultural history of the eighteenth century and Romantic period. Drawing on a range of scholarship and historical sources, it offers a fresh perspective on the different species of the 'natural sublime' encountered by British and European travellers and explorers.

Religious ceremonies and customs; or, The forms of worship practised by the several nations of the known world. To which is added a brief view of minor sects

Author: William Burder

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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The Archaeology of Etruscan Society

Author: Vedia Izzet

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107320917

Category: Social Science

Page: N.A

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The late sixth century was a period of considerable change in Etruria; this change is traditionally seen as the adoption of superior models from Greece. In a re-alignment of agency, this 2007 book examines a wide range of Etruscan material culture - mirrors, tombs, sanctuaries, houses and cities - in order to demonstrate the importance of local concerns in the formation of Etruscan material culture. Drawing on theoretical developments, the book emphasises the deliberate nature of the smallest of changes in material culture form, and develops the concept of surface as a unifying key to understanding the changes in the ways Etruscans represented themselves in life and death. This concept allows a uniquely holistic approach to the archaeology of Etruscan society and has the potential for other archaeological investigations. The book will interest all scholars and students of classical archaeology.

Chinese and Japanese Ceramics and Works of Art

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art, Chinese

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The Legacy of the Tek Sing

China's Titanic - Its Tragedy and Its Treasure

Author: Michael Hatcher

Publisher: Granta Editions

ISBN: 9781857570694

Category: History

Page: 176

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Western European and British Barbarity, Savagery, and Brutality in the Transatlantic Chattel Slave Trade

Homologated by the Churches and Intellectials in the Seventeenth-Nineteent Century a Critical Study

Author: Dr. Robinson A. Milwood PhD

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483608387

Category: Religion

Page: 404

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Man makes history, in a fashion, and history also makes man. As with other men, the historical experience of the African over the centuries has had a profound effect on his self-image as well as on his perception of the external world. Perhaps more than other men, the African in pre-colonial times developed a strong historical tradition, and his perception of himself and his world came to depend very much on his view of the past. European colonialism, brief as it was, produced a traumatic effect largely because it tried to impose on the African a gross distortion of his historical tradition.

The Essential Art of African Textiles

Design Without End

Author: Alisa LaGamma,Christine Giuntini,Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 1588392937

Category: Textile fabrics

Page: 72

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The Sensualistic Philosophy of the Nineteenth Century

Author: Robert Dabney

Publisher: Applewood Books

ISBN: 1429017716

Category: Philosophy

Page: 376

View: 4800

""With our American Philosophy and Religion series, Applewood reissues many primary sources published throughout American history. Through these books, scholars, interpreters, students, and non-academics alike can see the thoughts and beliefs of Americans who came before us.""

The Cold of May Day Monday

An Approach to Irish Literary History

Author: Robert Anthony Welch

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191510467

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 316

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The Cold of May Day Monday offers an indvidual view of the history of Irish literature from its very earliest phases up to the present day, more or less, with discussions of major writers such as Friel, Heaney, Derek Mahon, McGahern, and John Banville. Robert Welch traces the roots of Irish literature in myth and legend and explores ancient and pre-Celtic deposits and remembrances; saga literature, as well as devotional writing; the bardic heritage and the cycles of tales of early Ireland; the importance and survival of folklore; and the later phases of Irish literature, from the seventeenth century onwards. Welch frames his study around themes and clusters rather than chronology, seeking to retain coherence by means of a sustained attention to the thematic strains. Substantial attention is paid to the figure of the Hag in Irish literary culture. The often deeply troubled relations between Ireland and England inevitably call for treatment as well, most notably in chapters examining the Great Famine and its consequences for literature and cultural expression. Yeats is one of the key figures, as are O'Casey and Synge, but the focus is on their literary output, not their political experiences (though these are not overlooked).Robert Welch offers a readable account of a fascinating literary history, providing insights into the connections between Irish legend and literature, and accounts of the some of the best Irish writers of the twentieth century.

Religion and Chieftaincy in Ghana

An Explanation of the Persistence of a Traditional Political Institution in West Africa

Author: Louise Müller

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 364390360X

Category: Social Science

Page: 306

View: 7515

Based on extensive research in primary and secondary sources and on field research in Ghana, including more than 40 interviews, and applying her formidable expertise in African history, philosophy, historical anthropology and religious studies, Dr. Louise Muller has produced a superb analysis of the history and transformation of the roles of chieftaincy in the religious institutions, rituals and ideas among the Asante. -- David E. Skinner, Professor of History, African and Islamic Studies, Santa Clara U. (Series: Anthropology of Religion / Religionsethnologie - Vol. 2)

Slave Religion

The "Invisible Institution" in the Antebellum South

Author: Albert J. Raboteau

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199839204

Category: Social Science

Page: 416

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Twenty-five years after its original publication, Slave Religion remains a classic in the study of African American history and religion. In a new chapter in this anniversary edition, author Albert J. Raboteau reflects upon the origins of the book, the reactions to it over the past twenty-five years, and how he would write it differently today. Using a variety of first and second-hand sources-- some objective, some personal, all riveting-- Raboteau analyzes the transformation of the African religions into evangelical Christianity. He presents the narratives of the slaves themselves, as well as missionary reports, travel accounts, folklore, black autobiographies, and the journals of white observers to describe the day-to-day religious life in the slave communities. Slave Religion is a must-read for anyone wanting a full picture of this "invisible institution."

African masterpieces and selected works from Munich

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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Religion and Nationality in Western Ukraine

The Greek Catholic Church and the Ruthenian National Movement in Galicia, 1870-1900

Author: J.-P. Himka

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780773518124

Category: History

Page: 236

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Content Description #Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Cambridge Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry

Author: John Sitter

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139825976

Category: Literary Criticism

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The Cambridge Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry analyzes major premises, preoccupations, and practices of English poets writing from 1700 to the 1790s. These specially-commissioned essays avoid familiar categories and single-author approaches to look at the century afresh. Chapters consider such large poetic themes as nature, the city, political passions, the relation of death to desire and dreams, appeals to an imagined future, and the meanings of 'sensibility'. Other chapters explore historical developments such as the connection between poetic couplets and conversation, the conditions of publication, changing theories of poetry and imagination, growing numbers of women poets and readers, the rise of a self-consciously national tradition, and the place of lyric poetry in thought and practice. The essays are well supported by supplementary material including a chronology of the period and detailed guides to further reading. Altogether the volume provides an invaluable resource for scholars and students.

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