6 edition of The Most Fearful Ordeal found in the catalog.
June 1, 2004
by St. Martin"s Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||420|
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The Most Fearful Ordeal contains The New York Times's original coverage of these and other crucial events of the Civil War, offering today's reader history as it was first being transmitted, via the newly invented telegraph, by reporters and other eyewitnesses on the scene.
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The Ordeal is the critical moment in every story, a major source of magic in heroic myth, according to Christopher Vogler, author of The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure.
The hero stands in the deepest chamber of the inmost cave and faces a direct confrontation with his greatest fear. Books Dec 9, 51 Of The Most Beautiful Sentences In Literature "At the still point, there the dance is." —T. Eliot. by Jennifer Schaffer.
BuzzFeed Staff We asked. The Mortifying Ordeal of Being Known is part of a quote by author Tim Kreider in an essay he wrote for The New York Times. The full quote reads, "If we want the rewards of being loved we have to submit to the mortifying ordeal of being known," in essence arguing that to achieve deep relationships with others, one must bare the complexities and contradictory aspects of themselves.
The most fearful ordeal: original coverage of the Civil War. [James M McPherson;] -- Collects the "New York Times" articles that documented the Civil War as it was transmitted by the era's recently developed telegraph, in a volume that includes coverage of key events and issues and.
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War reporting has been much in the news, and this collection of New York Times reports from the Civil War shows the timeless nature of many of today's controversies over war coverage. The Times consistently mishandled important developments in the Civil War, with Union defeats (such as Bull Run) minimized and dubious battles hyped into triumphs.
The news environment of the Civil War was. The Approach is a moment of nervous contemplation before the massive Ordeal the hero must face. It is often a moment of final preparation, confession of secrets and fears, and abandonment by uncommitted companions, leaving the hero uncertain and isolated.
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At the moment depraved, insane and inhuman come to mind. This is the most vile book I have ever read, but I couldn't put it down. I read it in less than 24 hours.4/5. Ordeal is a autobiography by the former pornographic actress Linda Lovelace (real name: Linda Boreman), star of the film Deep Throat, a seminal film at the forefront of the Golden Age of the autobiography, Lovelace recounts that she was raped during her career in the porn industry.
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