In 1986 Seth published The Golden Gate.
Lawrence; and the Hours Press, which published Samuel Beckett.
SpringerPlus ceased to be published by Springer as of June 2016.
A volume of his poetry was published as In the Fullness of Time: Poems, 2003.
The Sense of Wonder (1965) was published posthumously.
In 1960 Achebe published a sequel called No Longer at Ease.
A fluctuating number of daily newspapers are published in Uganda.
Northanger Abbey, novel by Jane Austen, published posthumously in 1817.
…1754 he published his celebrated Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director.
Security Informatics will cease to be published by SpringerOpen as of 1 March 2019.
In 1798 Thomas Malthus published anonymously An Essay on the Principle of Population.
In 1807 Lamb and his sister published Tales from Shakespear, a retelling of the plays for children, and in 1809 they published Mrs.
Day-Lewis, were published in 1964; his collected letters, edited by his younger brother Harold Owen and John Bell, were published in 1967.
Csáth’s first published writings appeared in 1906, and from 1908 he regularly published essays and music reviews in the new magazine Nyugat (“West”), harbinger of the literary revolution in Hungary.
Former national security adviser John Bolton book The Room Where It Happened was published was published in June and Mary L Trump’s, Trump’s niece, book Too Much and Never Enough was published in July.
He published early work by Lawrence Durrell and Anais Nin and, crowningly, he published the first four books by Henry Miller, among them Tropic Of Cancer, which would not be published legally in the United States until 1963.
…important works are two satires—Los eruditos a la violeta (published 1772; “Wise Men Without Learning”) and the brilliant Cartas marruecas (written c. 1774, published 1793; “Moroccan Letters”), inspired by the epistolary fictions of Oliver Goldsmith and Montesquieu—and the enigmatic Noches lúgubres (written c. 1774, published 1798; “Mournful Nights”), a…
In 1974 the journal Revista de Filosofía Latinoamericana begins to be edited and published in Buenos Aires, and goes on to become a major publishing venue for philosophers of liberation, along with Stromata, published at the University of El Salvador, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in which many of the inaugural essays and quasi-manifestos of the movement were published.
Waffle Hearts by Maria Parr, published by Walker Books For older readers and for young adults Diary of an Unknown Soldier by Barroux, with an introduction by Michael Morpurgo, translated by Sarah Ardizzone, published by Phoenix Yard Cornelia Funke: The Ink-Heart trilogy and MirrorWorld sequence Nothing by Janne Teller, translated by Martin Aitken, published by Strident
Unthinkable: An Extraordinary Journey Through the World’s Strangest Brains by Helen Thomson is published by John Murray; Inventing Ourselves: The Secret Life of the Teenage Brain by Sarah-Jayne Blakemore is published by Doubleday; Brainstorm: Detective Stories from the World of Neurology by Suzanne O’Sullivan is published by Chatto & Windus; and The Brain Book by Rita Carter is published by Dorling Kindersley.
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