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Link A Conversation with Tim O'Brien on Writing and War

From Stanford University: Authors Tim O'Brien and Tobias Wolff discuss war, ethics, and writing.

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Link A Foundation Course in Mandarin

This website provides Audio Clips, Exercise Keys, Vocabulary Lists, Indexes, and other materials for the foundation levels of Chinese language learner.

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Image collection An English view of French terror

Infamous and striking print by English artist, James Gillray. It portrays the September Massacres, 1792, which heralded the beginning of the radical phase and the Terror - remarkably made whilst the Massacres actually taking place.

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Document A Ghazal by ʿAttar

This love-poem (ghazal) by ʿAttar combines several metaphors for the burning power of annihilation (fana') that are common in his work: the moth and the candle, the coals of the fire and ashes.

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Document A list of poets studied

A summary of all the poets studied during Mystical Islamic Poetry 1-7.

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Link A map of Austria-Hungary 1887

A map of Austria-Hungary from the Reference Atlas of the World by John Bartholemew published in London in 1887.

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Link A map of Brandenburg in the Geman Empire 1882

A map of Brandenburg, the oldest region of Prussia, which was the largest state in the German Empire in 1882. From the Blackie and Sons Atlas published in Edinburgh in 1882.

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Link A map of Bulgaria, Eastern Roumelia and Ottoman Roumelia 1882

A map of independent Bulgaria and Eastern Roumelia and their boundaries with Ottoman Europe 1882. From Blackie and Sons Atlas published in Edinburgh 1882. Romania is not shown on this map except for

its southern border with Bulgaria so the...

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Document A Map of Crito (Handout 8)

One-page sketch of the Crito.

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Document A Map of Crito (Handout 8)

One-page sketch of the Crito.

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Document A Map of Euthyphro (Handout 2)

An analytical sketch of the dialogue.

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Link A map of Serbia 1882

A map of the independent kingdom of Serbia in the Balkans in 1882. From the Blackie and Sons Atlas published in Edinburgh in 1882. The map shown only shows the kingdom of Serbia before the territorial

expansion of the first Balkan war in...

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Document A Map of Socrates's Apology (Handout 4)

An analytical overview of the Apology.

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Document A Map of Socrates's Apology (Handout 4)

An analytical overview of the Apology.

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Link A map of the United States of America 1783

A map of the new republic of the United States of America in 1783 when independence from Great Britain had been secured in the revolution.

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Document A Map of Theaetetus

A rough and ready overview of the dialogue.

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Link A map of western Russia 1908

A map of western Russia in 1908 from the Harmsworth Atlas and Gazetteer 1909, published in London.

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Link A MIT lecture on Italian Neorealism

Prof. Thorburn (MIT) gives a lecture on Italian Neorealist cinema.

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Link A Modern Greek-English Dictionary

A comprehensive Greek-English Dictionary, D. J. Georgacas, which presents the definitions, register, history and etymology for every word. All information is fully documented through excerpts from authentic Modern Greek literary sources (from...

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Document A monorhyme poem from the Diwan of Ibn 'Arabi

This poem, in Arabic and English, is an example of a particular kind of poem, known as the monorhyme, where the final word of each line is the same. In this example, the rhyming word is Allāh (God), giving the whole poem the feel of a...

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