He wrote many of his own prefaces
and introductions; prominent examples include an excised "Author's Preface
" to The Torrents of Spring (along with his many "Notes to the Reader" throughout the published text), an abandoned preface
to "The Lost Generation/A Novel" (what would become The Sun Also Rises), the "Introduction by the Author" to the first Scribners printing of In Our Time ("On the Quai at Smyrna" in subsequent printings), his foreword to Green Hills of Africa, the preface
for The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories, and his introductions to Men at War (1942), Scribner's 1948 illustrated edition of A Farewell to Arms, and A Moveable Feast (along with several abandoned fragments collected in A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition).
Framework Agreement for Services Preface
of static and dynamic Belastungsprobenauf land bridges, including rental of trucks, signs, traffic control and organization.
Beyond the text found in the preface
, Wright includes advice before each study, which ranges in length from one sentence to a paragraph as warranted by each selection.
starts by claiming that although the English language had been much cultivated during the last two hundred years, it had not made any advances in grammatical accuracy.
I insisted that one of the youth in the square write the preface
to the collection and not a well-known author because authors left us alone in the square.
Regier and Uhlig's collection of eleven essays by emerging and well-established scholars explores key areas of Wordsworth's "poetic theory," from the poems and prose of Lyrical Ballads to The Excursion and the "Essay, Supplementary to the Preface
MUSCAT: Writer who still cherishes the fond memories of his decade-long stay in the Sultanate of Oman, has chosen to mention the names of the country and His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said in the preface
of his book, which is set in his native state of West Bengal in India.
As Nichols clarifies in his preface
to the second edition, he has concentrated on the European modernist movements even though he is aware that there are voices for "geomodernisms" and "alternative modernitites.
This volumes prefatory material includes a list of illustrations (viii-x), a general introduction (xi-xxxii), a French translator's preface
by George Craig (xxxiii-xlii), a German translator's preface
by Viola Westbrook (xliii-xlvii), editorial procedures (xlviii-lvi), permissions (lxx-lxxi), list of abbreviations (Ixxii-lxxvi), and an introduction to volume 1 (lxxvii-xcix).
LAHORE, May 03, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- PML-N Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has written the preface
of the book Jamhooriyat Ya Aamriyat (democracy or dictatorship) written by renowned columnist and intellectual Afzal Rehan.
In the preface
, Polish notes the increase in interfaith dialogues and repeats the oft-heard lament that such dialogues frequently "lack substance and challenging content" (p.
This is a reprint of Woodward's work with a new preface
giving biographical information on the author.
Scholl skillfully lays out the context of the Bible's appearance and analyzes the fourth preface
The editor has contributed a new preface
and, whilst mentioning that Auden sometimes made revisions to the US text which were different from those for the UK text, concludes that 'the complexity of the resulting textual problems exceeds their importance'.
The new reprint contains the same nine chapters and eighteen illustrations, the 1988 Preface
and Wittgenstein's family tree, and it also includes a new Preface