Leningrad 1941 42

Author: Sergey Yarov
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509508023
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'I am hungry', she notes on 5 November 1941. She is ashamed of ... I can't live
without it', she writes on 9 December.6 What is going to prevail, the spirit or the
flesh? She fights off all that is base and worldly, but prays for bread. It is like a
pendulum: no sooner is she willing to give in, to repudiate the sublime, to
acknowledge there is nothing more incontrovertibly precious than bread, than
she thinks again about the theatre in a way that is so mechanical as to seem
unnatural. Which will ...

Bartlett S Familiar Quotations

Author: John Bartlett
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 031625018X
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It's Autumn in New York, It's good to live it again. Autumn in New York [1935] Lou
Gehrig 1903–1941 For the past two weeks, you've been reading about a bad
break. Today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth. At
Yankee Stadium, July 4, 1939 Charles Jackson 1903–1968 Delirium is a disease
of the night. The Lost Weekend (novel) [1944] Malcolm Muggeridge 1903–1990
As Man alone, Jesus could not have saved us; as God alone, he would not;
Incarnate, ...

America The Great

Author: Edward Hawkins Sisson
Publisher: Edward Sisson
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... 1942, of the principle they signed-on-to: “the right of all peoples to choose the
form of government under which they will live.” Will they not prove that they
believe what benefited them so greatly, rather than merely use it and then forget it
, when remembering and applying it proves a bit more costly than one might want
to pay, when payment is called for? Americans have proven we will pay when
payment is needed. We did it in 1917-1919, and again in 1941-1945 – to the
great benefit ...

The American Film Institute Catalog Of Motion Pictures Produced In The United States

Author: American Film Institute
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520079083
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1940 I'm Nobody's Sweetheart The Guilty Generation Now 1932 The All
American Let Them Live It's a Date Destry Rides Again Lost Horizon 1941 San
Francisco Docks The Fourth Horseman Mountain Music Howard Louise The Man
Who Played 1938 Arrest Bulldog 1939 Elsa Maxwell's Hotel for God Drummond
Women* Rain Bulldog Drummond in Howard Mary Two Seconds Africa 1933 My
Weakness 1934 The Captain Hates the Bulldog Drummond's 1936 The Great
Ziegfeld Sea ...

Hitler S Table Talk 1941 1944

Author: Hugh R. Trevor-Roper
Publisher: Enigma Books
ISBN: 1936274930
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I must have used it as toilet paper while I was drunk. I cannot repeat what the
Dean said. It was awful. I vowed never to have another drink again. I was given a
duplicate and I was so ashamed! When I returned the Cruz asked: “What did he
say then?” “Madam I cannot repeat what he said but I can assure you I will never
have another drink as long as I live.” It was a lesson that decided me to never
drink. I went home rather unhappy because the report card was not especially
favorable.

The American Home Front 1941 1942

Author: Alistair Cooke
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 9781555848149
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And I thought again of last night's fifteenyearolds, whose forebears must surely
have been offered the first rosemary by English soldiers who introduced it from
their native land as the rarest exotic. In the intervening 179 years, it has had time
to become as common as dandelion, and for 100 miles, from here to Pensacola,
it carpets the dunes and flats. All the way at our side was an incomparable beach,
smooth as sugar, of the finest gypsum sand, sheering off into an aquamarine sea.

The American Occupation Of Australia 1941 45

Author: John McKerrow
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443850780
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A soldier could squander his cash with equanimity, knowing that next month
would see him “flush” again; while, in the meantime, there was always the
assurance of food and shelter.7 Army life, with its boredom, monotony, risk of
death, and “nanny state” trappings increased time preference and diminished ...
Luszki, “an important reason for this behaviour was the ever present nearness of
death and the feeling that one might as well live it up while he could because
time was short.

1941 The Year That Keeps Returning

Author: Slavko Goldstein
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1590177002
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She hugged and kissed me, tears of happiness in her eyes, and whispered in my
ear that because of Dilas's articles “life is worth living again.” A poll on Dilas's
articles, which I conducted as the editor of Vjesnik ... State radio broadcast all of
the sessions of the two-day meeting live. It was sad to listen to Dilas vacillating,
agonizing, giving in, and repenting under pressure from the dogmatists and to
hear the dogmatism still alive within him. It was even sadder to listen to the
leading party ...

British Autobiographies

Author: William Matthews
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520053571
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Memories (1941). Cheltenham;Winchester and Oxford; his studies with Stubbs;
work and scholarship as professor of history, Oxford; students and dons; All Souls
; Oxford life, politics, amusements. 64 OMANNEY, F.D. The House in the Park (
1944) ... I'd Live It Again (1935). His career in the Indian Medical Service, 1898-
1918 plagues, hospitals, medical conditions and jails; sport; travels. 67 O'NEILL,
Ellen. Extraordinary Confessions (Preston, 1850). Poverty in Stockport;
pickpocket at ...