A unique combination of musical analysis and cultural history, Tell Me Why stands alone among Beatles books with its single-minded focus on the most important aspect of the band: its music. Riley offers a new, deeper understanding of the Beatles by closely considering each song and album they recorded in an exploration as rigorous as it is soulful. He tirelessly sifts through the Beatles discography, making clear that the legendary four were more than mere teen idols: They were brilliant innovators who mastered an extremely detailed art. Since the first publication of Tell Me Why in 1988, much new primary source material has appeared—Paul McCartney's authorized biography, the Anthology CDs and videos, the complete Parlophone-sequenced albums on CD, the Live at the BBCsessions, and the global smash 1. Riley incorporates all the new material in an update that makes this a crucial book for Beatles fans.
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Experience life in the Old West. Travel to Costa Rica. Find out about life in Tehran before the fall of the Shah. Spanning the world, this eclectic collection of memoirs, travel diaries, love stories, and poems provides an interesting look into a variety of experiences. From the 1800s to the present, the anecdotes in this diverse collection both entertain and educate. Written with clear and distinct voices, the narratives share top gun tales from World War I and II and the Korean War, tell of Old West ranch experiences, and report on a one-of-kind journey in the late 1800s with 900 sheep from New Mexico to Alaska's gold fields. Compiled from a variety of writers by Jeanne Wilkins Wilde, author of Lavinia, the selections provide a unique glimpse into both the past and the present. Many of the writers have since passed away, but through Tell Me About their stories live on.
How are our memories, our narratives, and our intelligence interrelated? What can artificial intelligence and narratology say to each other? In this pathbreaking study by an expert on learning and computers, Roger C. Schank argues that artificial intelligence must be based on real human intelligence, which consists largely of applying old situations - and our narratives of them - to new situations in less than obvious ways. To design smart machines, Schank therefore investigated how people use narratives and stories, the nature and function of those narratives, and the connection of intelligence to both telling and listening. As Schank explains, "We need to tell someone else a story that describes our experiences because the process of creating the story also creates the memory structure that will contain the gist of the story for the rest of our lives. Talking is remembering." This first paperback edition includes an illuminating foreword by Gary Saul Morson.
Contains an authoritative text of the story, along with a chronology, critical essays, and a bibliography.
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Three young people--Arthur, Warren, and Junie Moon--have each been marked tragically by life. They decide to pool their meager resources and face the world together. This is an off-beat play about off-beat people and their adventures are sad and happy, comic and tragic.
The 'Whiz Kids' are a group of children - and a dog - who explain scientific subjects in a simple and friendly way. The book gives lots of simple facts about gravity, planes, air and flight in a clear and concise way. The information is brought to life by child-friendly practical experiments, which allow young readers to see science at work for themselves. In the subject of Science: Key Stage Illegible], the book helps young readers observe, explore and ask questions about flight. Illegible] skills are developed through the use of simple 'how', 'what' and 'where' questions. The book Illegible] children to explore 'a range of domestic and environmental contexts that are Illegible] and of interest to them'. In case of Literacy: Key Stage Illegible], the book introduces children to the conventions of non-fiction texts. The book Illegible] Illegible] features common to most reference texts: a contents page, captions, illustrations, an index and Illegible]. Also helps to achieve the goals of the Scottish Standard Curriculum 5-14, promoting 'positive attitudes to learning', 'knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the world' and 'skills in literacy'
It's 2:47am when Dr Nick Trout, a British vet working in Boston, USA, is abruptly woken and called in to the Angell Memorial Animal Hospital to see if he can save the life of Sage, a ten year-old German Shephard with a critical stomach condition. The case is severe, the outlook bleak, and Dr Trout is her only chance. So begins an intimate and exhilarating journey into a typical day in a far from typical job. TELL ME WHERE IT HURTS takes the reader to the heart of the trials and tribulations of life as a veterinary surgeon, a life filled with heartbreak, triumph, anxiety, and of course, cuddly pets and their variously crazy, desperate, and demanding owners. The day's events come alive with Trout's breezy and companionable narration, and while he illustrates many of the issues pertinent to 21st century pet medicine, at its heart, the book reminds us that while the technology may have moved on from James Herriot's day, the essential characters, humour, and humanity remain the same as ever.