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Introduction to Pragmatics by Betty J. Birner Book Summary:
Introduction to Pragmatics guides students throughtraditional and new approaches in the field, focusing particularlyon phenomena at the elusive semantics/pragmatics boundary toexplore the role of context in linguistic communication. Offers students an accessible introduction and an up-to-datesurvey of the field, encompassing both established and newapproaches to pragmatics Addresses the traditional range of topics – such asimplicature, reference, presupposition, and speech acts – aswell as newer areas of research, including neo-Gricean theories,Relevance Theory, information structure, inference, and dynamicapproaches to meaning Explores the relationship and boundaries between semantics andpragmatics Ideal for students coming to pragmatics for the first time
Are You Blue Dog's Friend? by George Rodrigue Book Summary:
A companion title to Why Is Blue Dog Blue?, which includes a reflective mirror page at the end, celebrates friendship in all its shapes and sizes, introducing readers to the funny, strange, loyal, and unique qualities that make friendships come alive.
Models of Thinking by Frank H. George Book Summary:
In this volume, originally published in 1970, an attempt is made to examine the more logical aspects of thinking, such as the ability to abstract and the manner in which concepts develop. The author describes the features that had long been regarded as central to thinking by experimental and theoretical psychologists of the time and he places more emphasis on the part played by language in cognitive activity. In the second part the author points out how such basic features of thinking as concept and hypothesis formation, inference making and the use of ordinary English are essentially things that can be carried out by a computer. His use of theories and his methods of modelling the human brain and the way it works comprise an intriguing and highly sophisticated attempt to provide an appropriate framework in which problems of thinking can be studied. Professor George was the author of several books, the best known of which at the time were The Brain as a Computer and Cybernetics and Biology. His writings covered many aspects of psychology, philosophy and logic, as well as cybernetics. At the time of original publication he was Professor of Cybernetics at Brunel University and Chairman of the Bureau of Information Science.
Bloodhound in Blue by Adam Russ Book Summary:
He was born in rural Missouri, and it was immediately clear that he was different from the rest. He caught his first criminal when he was just two years old. By his sixth birthday, he had located burglars, missing children, drug dealers, rapists, and murderers—including Utah’s most wanted criminal. Known to friends as JJ, to law enforcement as Michael Serio’s partner, and to captured criminals as “that damned dog,” Jessie Jr., an exceptionally talented bloodhound, bayed like a sea lion that had swallowed a fog horn. Before JJ, few police departments in the West used bloodhounds, and none in Utah. But just when JJ was finally convincing naysayers, he and Officer Serio ran into something worse than resistance: the despair of failure amid high hope. JJ had been tracking Brian David Mitchell, the man who abducted Elizabeth Smart, when he was pulled off the track. Elizabeth later told investigators that on the day she was kidnapped she heard a dog baying in the woods behind her. In almost nine years of service, JJ helped apprehend nearly 300 criminal suspects in the Salt Lake City area. Here is his remarkable story, fleas and all. Click here to view the trailer for Bloodhound in Blue.
Dogs of Orninica by Daniel Unedo Book Summary:
Millennia ago, the humans departed Earth, leaving behind their loyal canine companions. Today, the dogs have evolved to become the dominant species on Earth. Their greatest nation, Orninica, has fully embraced the lessons left by man and built towering concrete metropolises patrolled by all-seeing drones and fueled by the military industrial complex. Their major religion is built on the back of Batman comic books unearthed in the ruins of a human basement centuries ago, transcribed, and then lost. The world has embraced social technology with open arms and virtually everyone wears an iYglass device everywhere they go, while big-budget dreams (with commercials) are beamed to their headsets as they sleep. The unceasing quest for profit has taken this vast empire to the brink of collapse, and now in its waning days, the leaders of the nation's affluent corporations make a desperate effort to begin a new war, hoping to stimulate the economy and keep the wealthy elite in power for another day. Unfortunately, the only enemy they have left to wage war on is a nation of primitive nomads with no advanced weaponry. The leaders of the free world must now concoct a plan to arm the simple savages and ensure a long, profitable war. This satirical cautionary tale is made up of a collection of correspondences from every corner of society, including a grovelling judge, an egotistical actor, an Internet revolutionary, a cunning banker, a foreign spy, a peeping police officer, a profane soldier and a professor. A humorous book for the Occupy Generation and budding anarchists everywhere.
Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls Book Summary:
A beloved classic that captures the powerful bond between man and man’s best friend. Billy has long dreamt of owning not one, but two, dogs. So when he’s finally able to save up enough money for two pups to call his own—Old Dan and Little Ann—he’s ecstatic. It doesn’t matter that times are tough; together they’ll roam the hills of the Ozarks. Soon Billy and his hounds become the finest hunting team in the valley. Stories of their great achievements spread throughout the region, and the combination of Old Dan’s brawn, Little Ann’s brains, and Billy’s sheer will seems unbeatable. But tragedy awaits these determined hunters—now friends—and Billy learns that hope can grow out of despair, and that the seeds of the future can come from the scars of the past. Praise for Where the Red Fern Grows A Top 100 Children’s Novel, School Library Journal's A Fuse #8 Production A Must-Read for Kids 9 to 14, NPR Winner of Multiple State Awards Over 7 million copies in print! “Very touching.” —The New York Times Book Review “One of the great classics of children’s literature . . . Any child who doesn’t get to read this beloved and powerfully emotional book has missed out on an important piece of childhood for the last 40-plus years.” —Common Sense Media “An exciting tale of love and adventure you’ll never forget.” —School Library Journal “A book of unadorned naturalness.” —Kirkus Reviews “Written with so much feeling and sentiment that adults as well as children are drawn [in] with a passion.” —Arizona Daily Star “It’s a story about a young boy and his two hunting dogs and . . . I can’t even go on without getting a little misty.” —The Huffington Post “We tear up just thinking about it.” —Time on the film adaptation
Island Dogs by B. M. Simpson Book Summary:
Island Dogs is a novel for the mixed and muddled masses. It is a story for people who work day after day, year after year, in offices, cubicles, and factories dreaming of a better life while watching their dreams slowly slip away. Island Dogs is the story of a group of expats on a Caribbean island who laugh, cry, love, and survive death and heartbreak, while drinking way too much rum and stumbling forward without a plan. Before the islands, they were the best and the brightest, rich and poor, educated and high school dropouts, socially connected and social outcasts. After landing in Anguilla, they quickly become the Caribbean's version of the island of misfit toys. Each trying to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives, giving themselves another shot, even after they think they have no hope of ever being happy again. In Island Dogs, a group of strangers band together to become each other's support group and best friends. They become the Island Dogs.
A Dangerous Book for Dogs by Bandit Book Summary:
Eat this book! Bury it, hide it, or give it to another favorite canine pal, but this full-color edition of "A Dangerous Book for Dogs" should not be allowed to fall into the paws of humans. Don't reveal all the goodies that Bandit, a fabulous "Furever" dog, has compiled for your eyes only. Here it is... the definitive collection of training tips, human behavior modification techniques, and super secrets to happiness... all from his own experiences and those of his buddies. It's all here to make your human healthier and happier. Complete with more than 100 color photographs, this fast read zooms you to the top and making your humans the best on the block... with improvement ideas to make them better at napping, playing, giving you goodies, and more. You'll learn why humans are so dog-gone tough to understand sometimes and how to deal with the "name game." The secrets are revealed... no more guessing about how to get the instant belly rub or toy or doors opened and closed on our command. Also within these scrumptious pages are plenty of delightful stories, illustrating how we dogs are more adept at many skills, such as experiencing changes, being kind and loyal, and loving unconditionally. Get ready for fun, fur, and frivolous giggles. Plus Bandit includes four FREE Bonus Treats... "Food & Treat Safety," "More Secrets to Happiness," "Great Resources," and "Careers for Dog Lovers." Bandit says you deserve these goodies because you've been so good!
Shades of Blue - 30 Years of (Un) Ethical Policing by N.A Book Summary:
Shades of Blue - 30 Years of (un) Ethical Policing is an entertaining and interesting journey into the moral/ethical dilemmas that challenge police officers. It is written as the memoir of the main character and contains accounts of riveting events in the author's career. The authentic presentation places readers right in the middle of the action. If you have ever wondered about the real culture of law enforcement, this book lets you walk in their shoes. The author's street philosophy, acquired over 30 years as a police officer, makes for engaging and humorous reading.
MEGA Study Guide for NTSE 2021 (SAT & MAT) Class 10 Stage 1 & 2 - 12th Edition by Disha Experts Book Summary:
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Dogs of the Blue Gods (A Play) by Ian Fraser Book Summary:
*Winner of the 1989/90 Tonight/AA Life Vita Award for Comedy in Theatre* An award-winning South African theatre play, written at the height of Apartheid. The play takes place in a police dog training facility. The characters themselves are dogs - played by actors padding around on all fours. The story unfolds as we discover the group dynamics of a bunch of very jaundiced, somewhat depressed dogs, beginning to wonder what their purpose is in life. The simmering discontent of the dogs existence is brought to a head with the arrival of Rex, a domestic civilian dog with radically different ideas. A dog's Godot begins to play out in the kennel... "The play is brilliant."(Weekly Mail) "A very fine, thoughtful piece of writing that has both a message and is very very funny." (The Star)
Blue Hill Blood by Elizabeth Gray Book Summary:
Henry - My past is gruesome and unforgettable no matter how hard I try to let go. Writing is my escape. My only therapy. When I met my wife, had children, and my career sky-rocketed, I thought I'd never revisit those dark days again. So, the moment Blue Hill, Maine beckons for me, I go willingly in an effort to write the next big story. But when a ghost from my past shows up, all of my carefully rebuilt walls come crumbling down hard and fast. My only way of defense is ripped from my grasp as this distraction bounces into my life. Will I be able to sift through what's fiction to find reality? Eli - I'm a serial killer. A victim of narcissism and the need to satisfy my own urges. I have a thirst to snuff out the lives of those that remind me of her-the woman that ruined me-and I take great pleasure in quenching that thirst. I have no rules. No parameters. I do as I please. New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Henry McElroy, is my god. His sick, twisted mind constructs the world to which I rule. I would be nothing without him-my dark creator. *** What happens when Henry McElroy's story begins to take a realistic form the moment he sets foot in the sleepy, seaside town in Maine? As soon as he begins sharing excerpts of his book with his fans on social media, including an obsessive one he meets in Blue Hill, bodies begin to stack up in similar fashion to that of which he writes about. Will the blame be placed on the town's newest and most twisted visitor? Or will Henry be able to prove his innocence and clear his name before it's too late?
Dogs Are People, Too! by Ron Truscott Book Summary:
Doctor Allen Aaron is a world famous veterinarian and canine specialist. Governors and Presidents are among his client list. At only twenty nine he has his own large clinic in Houston, Texas. The reason for his astounding success is a genius level IQ that allowed him to graduate with honors from vet school at only nineteen, and a socially prominent and wealthy mother. The relationship between mother and son has not always been a smooth one in that the true reason for Doctor Aaron's amazing talent with dogs is his closely guarded secret ability to communicate directly with canines. Dogs Are People, Too! Chrinicles the stormy relationship between overpowering mother and determined son. Adventures abound as ten year old Allen runs away, and hitchhikes across country meeting and making friends with people and dogs along the way. The adult Doctor Aaron searches for a mysterious Mexican girl purported to be able to speak to dogs. His search takes him to Mexico City where he finds Rosalina Flores. Nineteen and beautiful, she shares Doctor Aaron's unusual talent of communicating directly with canines.
Puppy Training by Reagan Prescott Book Summary:
Train Your Puppy With Effective, Proven Steps Everyday To Housebreak Your Puppy Fast! BONUS EBOOK FOR ALL READERS! Having a puppy can be a wonderful experience until they start pooping, misbehaving and making things difficult. Imagine being able to housebreak your puppy fast! Does That seem IMPOSSIBLE? Not at ALL! If you have the techniques and steps it is achievable The thought of housebreaking a dog often makes many new puppy owners feel highly nervous and worried because, well let's face it, house breaking a puppy is not an easy job! If you would like to housebreak your puppy but haven't been able to achieve any success, this book is the perfect match. This book is a definitive guide to house training your dog fast! Here is a Preview of what you will learn: -The Puppy Training Schedule -The Basics of Puppy Training -Obedience Training and Commands -Discouraging Bad Behaviour Much, much more! What are you waiting for? Your Puppy needs you to buy this book, make your life easier and have a happier experience with your puppy. SCROLL UP AND CLICK BUY NOW!
A Cognitive Theory of Metaphor by Earl R Mac Cormac,Earl R. Mac Cormac,Earl R. MacCormac Book Summary:
In this book, Earl Mac Cormac presents an original and unified cognitive theory of metaphor using philosophical arguments which draw upon evidence from psychological experiments and theories. He notes that implications of this theory for meaning and truth with specific attention to metaphor as a speech act, the iconic meaning of metaphor, and the development of a four-valued system of truth. Numerous examples of metaphor from poetry and science are presented and analyzed to support Mac Cormac's theory."A Cognitive Theory of Metaphor takes up three levels of explanation--metaphor as expressed in surface language, the semantics of metaphor, and metaphor as a cogitive process--and unifies these by interpreting metaphor as an evolutionary knowledge process in which metaphors mediate between minds and culture. Mac Cormac considers, and rejects, the radical theory that all use of language is metaphorical; however, this argument also recognizes that the "theory of metaphor may itself be metaphorical.The book first considers the computational metaphor often adopted by cognitive psychology as an example of metaphor requiring analysis. In contrast to three well-known philosophical theories of metaphor - the tension theory, the controversion theory, and the grammatical deviance theory - it develops a semantical anomaly theory of metaphor based on a quasi-mathematical hierarchy of words. In developing the theory, Mac Cormac makes much-needed connections between theories of metaphor and more orthodox analytic philosophy of meaning, including discussions of speech acts and the logic of fuzzy sets. This semantical theory of explanation is then shown to be compatible with contemporary psychologicaltheories of memory.Earl R. MacCormac is Charles A. Dana Professor of Philosophy and Chairman of the Department of Philosophy, Davidson College. A Bradford Book.
Paige and Her Nine Dogs by Jean Renee Porter Book Summary:
Paige and Her Nine Dogs is a children's book about an only child with nine dogs who are more like her siblings. Paige receives the best 5th birthday gift most children can only dream about but it meant leaving her nine dogs behind.
Seashells in Dark Blue Backgrounds 20 Greeting Cards Coloring Book Super Easy Designs to Inspire for Adults, Children, Retirees, Home, Office, Hospital, Retirement... by Grace Divine Book Summary:
Seashells in Dark Blue Backgrounds 20 Greeting Cards Coloring Book Super Easy Designs to Inspire For Adults, Children, Retirees, Home, Office, Hospital, Retirement... (for fun & entertainment purposes only) by artist Grace Divine
A Pale Shade of Blue by Tommy Melis Book Summary:
In this revised edition of his poetry collection, A Pale Shade of Blue, Tommy Melis explores topics ranging from feminism and equality to religious oppression and existential freedom. For this revision, he has added new poems written between 2011 and 2012 and included previously unreleased poetry written between 1999 and 2008, representing his earliest work. Like most Cuban Americans, he grew up in a family that celebrated their rich cultural history as both Cuban exiles and first-generation Americans. The characters represented in his poems have overcome mental illness and found healing in identifying common societal themes between the blurred lines of justice and freedom. Having to find their way to the light, they speak out of the darkness they have seen, and their relentless emotional trappings they each seek to be free from. The stories are of perseverance and often speak of things normally swept under rugs. The poems in this collection are divided into five distinct books: Book One: The Tree Growing represents rebirth and belief; Book Two: Stems considers embracing and releasing the darkness; Book Three: Branches speaks to oppression and cultural moldings; Book Four: Fire covers lessons learned; and Book Five: Roots looks at the connection between the poet and his reader. A Pale Shade of Blue opens up the world of a vibrant culture and the emotions associated with overcoming personal challenges for all to consider.
Blue Into the Rip by K. J. Heritage Book Summary:
HOME IS 400 YEARS AWAY A Rip in the fabric of time, a far-flung globally warmed future, a flooded Earth and the only remainder of civilisation-a militaristic organisation living underneath 'Desert Amazon'... Getting back home was the only thing that mattered to messed up, mixed race teenager, Blue (named after his stupid, googly blue eyes) - and that was the problem-home was over four hundred years in the past. But how does a lowly cadet in a military academy living in a post-apocalyptic future achieve such a goal, especially with the distractions of girls, pilot training, spacewalks and his almost constant unpopularity? The more Blue found out about this flooded, gung-ho and annoying future, about himself-who and what he was (was he even human?)-and the equally disturbing and shocking truth about his parents, the more he realised getting home was the only solution. Wasn't it? If Blue knew one thing, it was that he would at least try.
A Marvel of Blue and Green by Deana Gendron Book Summary:
If you could, would you save the world? Ruby Ann's adventure begins when she is sent to live with Granny, beginning a spiritual quest whereupon she learns the true meaning of family, how we all are intrinsically connected, and that even the smallest stone causes a ripple far beyond its size.
The Box of Frogs and the Black Dog by Helen M. Morris Book Summary:
This chapbook is an exploration of a chronic condition that has followed me for a long time. The Black Dog, depression, has been with me all of my adult life, on and off. The Box of Frogs, anxiety, is a more recent acquisition over the last 25 years. Keeping the depression company, these two have been part of my life and relationships with everyone, especially my family and friends. I have come late to poetry, after dabbling as a literate teen, and I can only hope I have improved. This is a personal exploration of these feelings, and I hope that it will be of help to some to see them expressed in words on a page.
Dogs in Australian Art by Steven Miller Book Summary:
This book looks at Australian art through the lens of dog painting, showcasing over 150 works that illustrate the deep bond between Australians and their best friends. Miller's whimsical text argues that all the major shifts which occurred in Australia art really occurred because of dogs.