An incomplete education

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Ballantine Books, 1987 - Education - 656 pages
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From the Publisher: Answering questions about the film industry, this work takes listeners on a tour of English poetry, and gives them a handle on 350 years of opera with incomparable wit, style, clarity, and brevity. Here is all the crucial information on these subjects, distilled to its essence and served up with the consummate flair.

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User Review  - Sandydog1 - LibraryThing

This book rates 6 stars on the pretentious meter. The authors are mildly entertaining, they'd probably be wonderful entertainment at a cocktail party. But if you'd really like to learn fragments of ... Read full review


User Review  - dianactm -

This is a great book! Awesome summer read and later to use as a reference book. If youre gettting older and you need a refresher course about the world. this is the book for you.. It s actually a fun way to learn. Read full review


A FirstSemester Syllabus
A Hundred Years Worth of Modern American Poetry
American Intellectual History and Stop That Snickering

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About the author (1987)

Jones is a freelance writer.

William Wilson is the Senior Pastor of Portland Christian Center in Portland, Oregon, one of the leading churches in the greater Portland area.

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