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The Man Within My Head

Author: Pico Iyer

Publisher: Vintage

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

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We all carry people inside our heads—actors, leaders, writers, people out of history or fiction, met or unmet, who sometimes seem closer to us than people we know. In The Man Within My Head, Pico Iyer sets out to unravel the mysterious closeness he has always felt with the English writer Graham Greene; he examines Greene’s obsessions, his elusiveness, his penchant for mystery. Iyer follows Greene’s trail from his first novel, The Man Within, to such later classics as The Quiet American and begins to unpack all he has in common with Greene: an English public school education, a lifelong restlessness and refusal to make a home anywhere, a fascination with the complications of faith. The deeper Iyer plunges into their haunted kinship, the more he begins to wonder whether the man within his head is not Greene but his own father, or perhaps some more shadowy aspect of himself. Drawing upon experiences across the globe, from Cuba to Bhutan, and moving, as Greene would, from Sri Lanka in war to intimate moments of introspection; trying to make sense of his own past, commuting between the cloisters of a fifteenth-century boarding school and California in the 1960s, one of our most resourceful explorers of crossing cultures gives us his most personal and revelatory book.

The Man Within

Author: Ross Shultz

Publisher: Ross Shultz

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 262

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The Man Within is the historic autobiography of a knuckle-head growing up in the 50’s and 60’s. The story starts with a devastating disease, moves into the foolishness of my teenage years, and the immaturity of being a young adult. God has opened my eyes to the illusions of what we call “church” and has uncovered to me a truth regarding the transparency of the rites and rituals of today.

The Man Within

Winston Churchill An Intimate Portrait

Author: Alison Carlson

Publisher: Inkshares

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Fifty years after his passing, The Man Within is meant to reinvigorate the spirit of Winston Churchill—approachable rather than academic, lively rather than staid. This collection features exceptional black-and-white photos, many of which are previously unpublished, woven together with his own powerful words. It tells his story — his childhood, his family, his passions, his friends, his life—and has been chosen as the official commemorative book of the Churchill Centre on the fiftieth anniversary of his passing. A percentage of royalties goes to the Churchill Centre UK and to other Churchill 2015 charities.

The Man Within

Author: Graham Greene

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 195

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The “strikingly original” debut novel by the masterful British author is “a perfect adventure” of love and smuggling on the English coast (The Nation). Francis Andrews is a reluctant smuggler living in the shadow of his brutish father’s legacy. To exorcise the ghosts of the man he loathes, Andrews betrays his colleagues to authorities and takes flight across the downs. It’s here that he stumbles upon the isolated cottage of a beguiling stranger named Elizabeth—an empathetic young woman who is just as lonely, every bit the outsider as he, and reconciling a troubling past of her own. Andrews, a man on the run from those he exposed, believes he’s found refuge and salvation. But when Elizabeth encourages him to return to the courts of Lewes and give evidence against his accomplices, the treacherous and deadly repercussions may be beyond their control. “The ultimate strengths of [Graham] Greene’s books is that he shows us the hazards of compassion,” a theme that would find its earliest expression in The Man Within, his first published novel (Pico Iyer).

The Wild Man Within

An Image in Western Thought from the Renaissance to Romanticism

Author: Edward Dudley

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 348

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These essays trace the myth of the wild man from the Middle Ages to its disintegration into symbol in the periods following the discovery of America and encounter with real “wild men.” This is the first book to discuss the concept of wildness in the writings of the Enlightenment period in Western Europe and the first to attempt a broad, interdisciplinary approach to the subject of primitivism, not only from a strict “history of ideas” approach, but through discussions of individual works, both literary and political, and encompassing various subject matter from racism to the origins of language. Contributors: Richard Ashcraft; Ehrhard Bahr; John G. Burke; Earl Miner; Gary B. Nash; Stanley Robe; Geoffrey Symcox; Peter Thoralev; Hayden V. White, and the editors.

Graham Greene

An Introduction to His Writings

Author: Henry J. Donaghy

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 124

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Breeds 02 - The Man Within

Author: Lora Leigh

Publisher: Pretoria Books

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Taber and Roni - Panther Breed - Roni Andres had once loved Taber Williams until he broke her heart and left their small Kentucky town amid the shocking news that he and his ‘family’ weren’t exactly human. But he did something to her before he left. The mark he left on her now endangers her life, and the dreams she had of finding love after Taber. And Taber, part man, part animal, now has to face the fact that the woman he couldn’t forget knows exactly what he is.

Graham Greene

The Man Within

Author: Michael Shelden

Publisher: Random House (UK)

ISBN:

Category: Authors, English

Page: 536

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AMENDED ENTRY. Previously announced on ISBN 0749319976, weekly list no. 16, dated 21st April, 1995

The Man Within

Author: Lora Leigh

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category: Erotic stories

Page: 298

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He had protected Roni when she was a child, filled all her teenage fantasies, and when she became a woman, he stole her heart. Only to break it. Now, fifteen months later, the news is out. Taber, the man she loves, is one of the genetically altered Feline Breeds, who have shocked the world with their presence. He's also her mate. The mark on her neck attests to that. The fire that rages in her heart and in her body further proves it. But he didn't want her then; does he really want her now? Deceit and treachery, born in the past, now haunt the present as Taber and Roni fight to make sense of their sudden bonding. The mating of heart, body, and soul as the man and the beast within him merge; both battling the forces raging against the union and dominance over the woman he claimed.

One Power Consciousness- The Man Within

Author: Manfred Horst Eberhard Rohde

Publisher:

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Page: 170

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Individuals searching for truth, knowledge, wisdom and a more fulfilled Christian life are encouraged to read this book. It discusses the challenges that true Christians are facing and it encourages individuals to become empowered thinkers and doers of God's word. It is based on principles of belief that sees God in every face and good in every situation, whereby, it elevates the individual to become master of all conditions. Right thinking must lead to health, wealth, love and perfect self expressions. This in turn must lead to peace, poise, love and goodwill, by means of which, the reader will be able to dissolve all negative thought vibrations. Embrace the one and only Christian Faith and enjoy a life of super abundance with joy, happiness, peace and love. Embrace a consciousness of One Power, of God and good, in imitation of the Christ - Good health to you.

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