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a short introductory essay preceding the text of a book

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Awarding the INDIES is always the highlight of our year, when we get to honor talented authors and great books that are ordinarily overlooked by mainstream publications," said Howard Lovy, Foreword Reviews' executive editor.
There are certain sorts of forewords I very much appreciate, such as the slightly academic: Roger Allen's foreword to Monarch of the Square: An Anthology of Muhammad Zafzaf's Short Stories , which gives a thumbnail sketch of Zafzaf's career.
Local author Keith Murray, who helped compile the book, said: "It was really good to have David's foreword.
A foreword by Albert White Hat a linguist and tribal leader introduces the multi-layered nature and traditional uses and pleasures of these stories and honors Goble for his work in preserving Indian culture.
The foreword was prepared separately and only shown to security chiefs at the last minute.
He rejected Sir John's earlier evidence to the inquiry that he did not believe that he could have changed the foreword, as it was a "political statement" by Mr Blair.
I saw the foreword as quite separate from the text of the dossier itself.
HYWEL FRANCIS MP Chairman, Welsh Affairs Committee Editor's Note: The foreword referred to by Dr Francis was in fact written by Mr Hain for a Wales Office report, not a report of the Welsh Affairs Committee.
Lawrence and Mabel Dodge Luhan; facsimile of original 1932 edition with new foreword.
Reclusive "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson wrote the foreword to the "Cul de Sac: This Exit" collection that Andrews McMeel Publishing is scheduled to release this September.
Archdeacon Hilchey possessed "a life-long fascination with people," Bishop Mason wrote in the foreword of Ministry in Many Places, a recently-released book about Archdeacon Hilchey's life that his friends had urged him to write.
In the foreword, Colwell warns, "If you are looking for a treatise on the life and thoughts of Albert Einstein and Mahatma Gandhi put this book down, it's not for you.
AfroAsian Encounters: Culture, History, Politics Edited by Heike Raphael-Hernandez and Shannon Steen, Foreword by Vijay Prashad and Afterword by Gary Okihiro New York University Press, November 2006 $70, ISBN 0-814-77580-2
Supplementing these photos is a foreword by former president Jimmy Carter and essays by noted writers, biologists, and conservationists.
In the Foreword to deSilva, James Charlesworth cites six outstanding features of the book: its use of information from the Dead Sea Scrolls; its employment of social-scientific and other current methodologies; its explanation of theodicy in this literature; its demonstration that these works are commentaries on Scripture; its proof that the New Testament was often responding to contemporary Jewish works; and its argument that the roots of Jesus' teaching lead back into the soil of this Early Jewish theology.