13 edition of Some remarkable men found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CT120 .L597 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||96028637|
Or better yet: Host a Screening Party for Meetings With Remarkable Men. Here are some questions that will help make watching the movie more provocative and relevant. So dim the lights and get comfortable – for 90 minutes you will be transported to another time and place, a place of wonder and awakening. Let’s go on a journey together! The Remarkable Journey of Jonah eBook (EPUB, MOBI, PDF) Henry M. Morris A Raging storm, a rebellious prophet, and somewhere out there, a great fish? This book is a fascinating commentary on the life of the great prophet: Could a man spend three days inside a huge fish? His prayer of deliverance Why did he run from God?
NPR coverage of This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women by Jay Allison, Dan Gediman, John Gregory, Viki Merrick, and Nubar Alexanian. News, author interviews, critics Author: Jay Allison. Based on the autobiographical book of the same name, Peter Brooks' Meetings With Remarkable Men is the story of the early years of Russian philosopher and magician George Gurdjieff and the people that led him to become a spiritual seeker and an inspiration to devoted followers around the world.
The sub-title: "The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women" drew me in like a magnet because I think we can all learn a lot from eachother and that is, I think, the whole point of this book. I do want to know what 'remarkable' people believe! This book is essay style. Contributors are widely varied, the famous and by: 9. Over the past two weeks, I have met with some remarkable men. I had dinner with Vice President Al Gore, who was in New York to complete work on a new book about global climate change due out in November. We ate at Blue Hill in the Village where Chef Dan Barber prepared an amazing feast of earthly delights grown on his farm just north of the city.
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This charming, informative book is bristling with good anecdotes and meticulous descriptions of people and places by turns mocking and compassionate, Some Remarkable Men is an insider's account of what use some of the leading artists of the century made of their freedom, the freedom conferred on them by their prestige and the very nature of their : James Lord.
Some Remarkable Men: Further Memoirs. With his critically acclaimed acute eye, James Lord has created another series of inimitably spirited, witty, profoundly moving portraits. Haunting, mesmerizing, and endlessly entertaining, Some Remarkable Men Some remarkable men book with /5(8).
Some Remarkable Men: Further Memoirs Hardcover – Septem by James Lord (Author)Author: James Lord. Of all these remarkable men, only Giacometti is unequivocally pronounced a genius.
Underneath Lord's witty, dilettantish style, his recollections have a serious core about living the artistic life, with its hidden costs and uncertain legacies. (illustrations, not seen). Nonfiction Book Review: Some Remarkable Men by James Lord, Author Farrar Straus Giroux $ (p) ISBN Lord (Picasso and Dora) lifts the biographical portrait to the level of.
Some Remarkable Men Further Memoirs (Book): Lord, James: With his critically acclaimed acute eye, James Lord has created another series of inimitably spirited, witty, profoundly moving portraits. Haunting, mesmerizing, and endlessly entertaining, Some Remarkable Men reverberates with Lord's unique gift for the intimate portrait.
SOME REMARKABLE MEN: Further Memoirs by James Lord | Kirkus Reviews With his skill at polishing his enviable experiences and an apparently inexhaustible supply of illustriously populated journals, Lord (Picasso and Dora,etc.) remains a formidable memoirist in his latest book.
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Orage was first published in The book takes the form of Gurdjieff's reminiscences about various "remarkable men" that he met, beginning with his father.
They include the Armenian priest Pogossian; his friend Soloviev, and Prince Lubovedsky, a Russian prince with metaphysical interests.4/5(48).
In Meetings With Remarkable Men Gurdjieff introduces us to some of the companions he encountered in his travels to the most remote regions of Central Asia. With colorful episodes from his adventures, he brings to life the story of his own relentless search for a real and universal by: Part travelogue, part adventure, part spiritual guide, Meetings with Remarkable Men vividly describes his encounters with the people who aided his search for kno 'You must learn not what people round you consider good or bad, but to act in life as your conscience bids you'Cited by: Book Overview With his critically acclaimed acute eye, James Lord has created another series of inimitably spirited, witty, profoundly moving portraits.
Haunting, mesmerizing, and endlessly entertaining, Some Remarkable Men reverberates with Lord's unique gift for the intimate portrait. The book takes the form of Gurdjieff's reminiscences about various "remarkable men" that he met, beginning with his father.
They include the Armenian priest Pogossian; his friend Soloviev, and Prince Lubovedsky, a Russian prince with metaphysical : G. Gurdjieff. “Some had already been written in the first person, some were told verbally to me.” The latest World War II compilation, his sixth book, is due to hit the presses this year.
Reardon, now 76 and dividing his time between Delaware and Florida, gets a deep satisfaction out of saving stories that otherwise might never have been recorded.
Some remarkable men: further memoirs. [James Lord] -- Highlights the lives and achievements of such notable men as the writers Harold Acton and Jean Cocteau and the artists Balthus and Lord has created another series of spirited, Your Web browser is. Meetings with Remarkable Men (book) is the second volume of the All and Everything trilogy written by the Greek-Armenian mystic G.
Gurdjieff. A book of autobiography, it was originally. Thought I would share some of the boy's thoughts about why REMARKABLE was remarkable.:o) "I really loved all the awesome names in the book." (The two favorites were Lucinda Wihelmina Hinojosa and Captain Rojo Herring/5.
Like his previous book, the brilliantly weird, mental menage a trois, “Picasso and Dora,” “Some Remarkable Men” is an indispensable guide to key figures present at the creation of what he calls.
An inspiring collection of the personal philosophies of a group of remarkable men and women" "Based on the National Public Radio series of the same name, "This I Believe" features eighty essayists--from the famous to the unknown--completing the thought that begins the book's title/5.
Meetings Remarkable Men by Gurdjieff. You Searched For: Author/Artist etc.: gurdjieff, Condition Good: Comment: Book is used and in good condition with some wear from use. This may include wear to dustcover/missing dustcover, inside cover, spine, some highlighting or writing in book, slight curled corners, stains, and wear to the fore edge.
Another remarkable man i would never meet in the flesh. Between Johnson's book and Lane's site I was not interested to receive the 2nd initiation with Eckankar any longer.
But I had discovered through these channels another set of remarkable men going back to the 's to the present day, in America!Meetings with Remarkable Men is a British film directed by Peter Brook and based on the book of the same name by Greek-Armenian mystic, G.
I. Gurdjieff, first published in English in Directed by: Peter Brook. Gr 4–6—The town of Remarkable is, well, remarkable. Everyone has an extraordinary talent—except for year-old Jane Doe. Her family is exceptional, although forgetful of her existence, consisting of a math genius, an artist, an award-winning novelist, and a world-class architect/5(32).