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Mastery

Author : Robert Greene
ISBN : 9781101601020
Genre : Self-Help
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The #1 New York Times-bestseller from the author of The 48 Laws of Power Each one of us has within us the potential to be a Master. Learn the secrets of the field you have chosen, submit to a rigorous apprenticeship, absorb the hidden knowledge possessed by those with years of experience, surge past competitors to surpass them in brilliance, and explode established patterns from within. Study the behaviors of Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci and the nine contemporary Masters interviewed for this book. The bestseller author of The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, and The 33 Strategies of War, Robert Greene has spent a liftime studying the laws of power. Now, he shares the secret path to greatness. With this seminal text as a guide, readers will learn how to unlock the passion within and become masters. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Mastery

Author : George Leonard
ISBN : 0452267560
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 70. 78 MB
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The author of The Ultimate Athlete has spent much of his life seeking to master the ancient and demanding martial art of aikido, in which flaws are magnified and the quick fix is impossible. He soon learned that mastery is a journey, and that the master must have the courage to risk failure.

Mastery Of Surgery

Author : Josef E. Fischer
ISBN : 078177165X
Genre : Medical
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This authoritative two-volume reference represents the core procedural knowledge taught in most surgical residency programs. This edition has new procedures in bariatric surgery, hernia surgery, and vascular surgery, and includes a large number of international contributors. Editorial comments at the end of each chapter provide additional insight.

Mastery

Author : Joan Evelyn Ames
ISBN : UOM:39015040574017
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Gathers interviews with people who have attained mastery in their fields, including Margaret Harshaw, Milton Glaser, William Styron, Michael Moschen, Janos Starker, and Mary Miss.

Elizabeth Bishop

Author : Bonnie Costello
ISBN : 067424690X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A profoundly visual poet, Elizabeth Bishop is said to have a prismatic way of seeing. In this companion to Bishop's poetry, making connections between modern art and modern poetry, Bonnie Costello aims to give a sense of the poet and her ways of seeing and writing. Costello also makes use of quotations from Bishop's letters, drafts, journals and occasional prose sketches.

The Penguin History Of Britain The Struggle For Mastery

Author : David Carpenter
ISBN : 9780141935140
Genre : History
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The two-and-a-half centuries after 1066 were momentous ones in the history of Britain. In 1066, England was conquered for the last time. The Anglo-Saxon ruling class was destroyed and and the English became a subject race, dominated by a Norman-French dynasty and aristocracy. This book shows how the English domination of the kingdom was by no means a foregone conclusion. The struggle for mastery in the book's title is in reality the struggle for different masteries within Great Britain. The book weaves together the histories of England, Scotland and Wales in a new way and argues that all three, in their different fashions, were competing for domination

The Mastery Of Submission

Author : John Kenneth Noyes
ISBN : 0801433452
Genre : Social Science
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"A very erudite, comprehensive, and searching study, which investigates masochism from a variety of perspectives". -- Elaine Showalter, Princeton University Individuals sometimes derive sexual pleasure from submission to cruel discipline. While that predilection was noted as early as the sixteenth century, masochism was not codified as a concept until 1890. According to John K. Noyes, its invention reflected a crisis in the liberal understanding of subjectivity and sexuality which continues to inform discussions of masochism today. In essence, it remains a political concept. Viennese physician Richard yon Krafft-Ebing coined the term masochism, based on the work of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. Noyes analyzes the social and political problems that inspired the concept, suggesting, for example, that the triumphant expansion of European colonialism was in part animated by an ambivalence in masculine sexuality. Noyes documents the evolution of the concept of masochism with scenes in literature from John Cleland's Fanny Hill through Sacher-Masoch's Venus in Furs and Pauline Reage's Story of O. Analysis of Freud's vastly influential rereading of masochism precedes an exploration of the work of his successors, including Wilhem Reich, Theodor Reik, Helene Deutsch, and Karen Horney. Noyes suggests that the thematics of feminine masochism emerged only gradually from an exclusively male concept.

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