♥ Book Title : Some Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Thomas Tryon ... Written by Himself
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Thomas TRYON (Merchant, Founder of the Tryonist Sect.)| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Some Memoirs of the Life of Mr. Tho. Tryon
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Thomas Tryon| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Life Cycles in England, 1560-1720
☯ Full Synopsis : "Life Cycles in Englandequips and encourages students of social istory at all levels to engage with source materials. The theme of the book is the human life-cycle, and in the first section each chapter deals with a different part of this cycle, from birth through childhood and youth to marriage, old age and death.Life Cycles in Englandfeatures an outline of the life cycle of men and women in England, roughly between 1650 and 1720; a collection of extracts from a broad range of texts written in the period, together with an accompanying commentary; and a collection of photographs and images and artefacts from the period. These features combine to provide the student with a lively and accessible introduction to the discipline of social history and a rich resource of material for continuing study."Article| Mary Abbott| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Fatal Thirst
☯ Full Synopsis : "Using unpublished and published sources, this book examines the history of diabetes in Britain from the perspective of healer and sufferer alike, focusing on medieval treatments, Renaissance-era diabetology, and the centuries-long debate among specialists over the site and cure of the disease."Article| Elizabeth Lane Furdell| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Distraction
☯ Full Synopsis : "Early novel reading typically conjures images of rapt readers in quiet rooms, but commentators at the time described reading as a fraught activity, one occurring amidst a distracting cacophony that included sloshing chamber pots and wailing street vendors. Auditory distractions were compounded by literary ones as falling paper costs led to an explosion of print material, forcing prose fiction to compete with a dizzying array of essays, poems, sermons, and histories. In Distraction, Natalie M. Phillips argues that prominent Enlightenment authors—from Jane Austen and William Godwin to Eliza Haywood and Samuel Johnson—were deeply engaged with debates about the wandering mind, even if they were not equally concerned about the problem of distractibility. Phillips explains that some novelists in the 1700s—viewing distraction as a dangerous wandering from singular attention that could lead to sin or even madness—attempted to reform diverted readers. Johnson and Haywood, for example, worried that contemporary readers would only focus long enough to "look into the first pages" of essays and novels; Austen offered wry commentary on the issue through the creation of the daft Lydia Bennet, a character with an attention span so short she could listen only "half-a-minute." Other authors radically redefined distraction as an excellent quality of mind, aligning the multiplicity of divided focus with the spontaneous creation of new thought. Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy, for example, won audiences with its comically distracted narrator and uniquely digressive form. Using cognitive science as a framework to explore the intertwined history of mental states, philosophy, science, and literary forms, Phillips explains how arguments about the diverted mind made their way into the century’s most celebrated literature. She also draws a direct link between the disparate theories of focus articulated in eighteenth-century literature and modern experiments in neuroscience, revealing that contemporary questions surrounding short attention spans are grounded in long conversations over the nature and limits of focus."Article| Natalie M. Phillips| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Hubbub
☯ Full Synopsis : "Modern city-dwellers suffer their share of unpleasant experiences--traffic jams, noisy neighbors, pollution, food scares--but urban nuisances of the past existed on a different scale entirely, this book explains in vivid detail. Focusing on offenses to the eyes, ears, noses, taste buds, and skin of inhabitants of England's pre-Industrial Revolution cities, Hubbub transports us to a world in which residents were scarred by smallpox, refuse rotted in the streets, pigs and dogs roamed free, and food hygiene consisted of little more than spit and polish. Through the stories of a large cast of characters from varied walks of life, the book compares what daily life was like in different cities across England from 1600 to 1770. Using a vast array of sources, from novels to records of urban administration to diaries, Emily Cockayne populates her book with anecdotes from the quirky lives of the famous and the obscure--all of whom confronted urban nuisances and physical ailments. Each chapter addresses an unpleasant aspect of city life (noise, violence, moldy food, smelly streets, poor air quality), and the volume is enhanced with a rich array of illustrations. Awakening both our senses and our imaginations, Cockayne creates a nuanced portrait of early modern English city life, unparalleled in breadth and unforgettable in detail."Article| Emily Cockayne| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Bibliographer 's Manual of English Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| William Thomas Lowndes| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature Containing an Account of Rare, Curious, and Useful Books, Published in Or Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the Invention of Printing
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| William Thomas Lowndes| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Catalogue of the Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| British Library| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Ethics of Diet
☯ Full Synopsis : "First published in 1883, this volume was written by the English humanitarian and vegetarian Howard Williams and contains a definitive history of vegetarian thought and philosophy. The author compiled a thorough anthology that helped to galvanize the vegetarian movement into the 20th century, tracing the movement's roots back to Hesiod in the eighth century BCE. Later editions included the writings of Anna Kingsford and Henry David Thoreau."Article| Howard Williams| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : A Century of Printing
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Charles Swift Riché Hildeburn| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : American Bibliography: 1751-1764
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Charles Evans| Statement ..."