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No Man is an Island


No Man is an Island
  • Author : Thomas Merton
  • Publisher : Shambhala Publications
  • Release : 2005-04
  • ISBN : 9781590302538
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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This volume is a stimulating series of spiritual reflections which will prove helpful for all struggling to find the meaning of human existence and to live the richest, fullest and noblest life. --Chicago Tribune

No Man is an Island


No Man is an Island
  • Author : John Donne
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 1970
  • ISBN : PSU:000054369993
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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No Man Is an Island


No Man Is an Island
  • Author : John Donne
  • Publisher : Souvenir PressLtd
  • Release : 1988
  • ISBN : 0285628747
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Born in the 1570s, John Donne was educated at Oxford and Cambridge. As Dean of St Paul''s he preached before Charles I. He also wrote satire & poetry, but is best remembered as a great writer of metaphysical poetry. This is his most famous poem.'

No Man is an Island


No Man is an Island
  • Author : John Donne
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 1976
  • ISBN : 0900731575
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Islands Identity and the Literary Imagination


Islands  Identity and the Literary Imagination
  • Author : Elizabeth McMahon
  • Publisher : Anthem Press
  • Release : 2016-07-09
  • ISBN : 9781783085361
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Australia is the planet’s sole island continent. This book argues that the uniqueness of this geography has shaped Australian history and culture, including its literature. Further, it shows how the fluctuating definition of the island continent throws new light on the relationship between islands and continents in the mapping of modernity. The book links the historical and geographical conditions of islands with their potent role in the imaginary of European colonisation. It prises apart the tangled web of geography, fantasy, desire and writing that has framed the Western understanding of islands: their real and material conditions and their symbolic resonance from antiquity into globalised modernity. The book also traces how this spatial imaginary has shaped the modern 'man' who is imagined as being the island's natural inhabitant or mirror. Importantly, the book challenges these habits of thought by their relocation within larger topological and imaginary visions from islanders themsleves.