Number of page: 144
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
The accused was a slight, frightened man who had deliberately broken the law. His trial was a Roman circus. The chief gladiators were two great legal giants of the century. Like two bull elephants locked in mortal combat, they bellowed and roared imprecations and abuse. The spectators sat uneasily in the sweltering heat with murder in their hearts, barely able to restrain themselves. At stake was the freedom of every American. One of the most moving and meaningful plays of our generation .
LibraryThing Review A play that really stands the test of time as we continue to debate issues related to religious freedom today.
LibraryThing Review A dramatization of the famous Dayton Scopes “Monkey Trial”. This account is fictionalized, and takes some poetic license, but the trial scenes are relatively accurate. The play is compelling.
LibraryThing Review This play was a loose retelling of the real Scopes Monkey Trial. Two lawyers pitted themselves against each other to battle religious freedom and the role it plays in our educational system. A young
LibraryThing Review A drama based on the events and conflicts of the Scopes trial in Tennessee,1925. It is not history, and does not pretend to be such; the preface in my edition ends with ‘ it could be tomorrow
LibraryThing Review Inherit the Wind is a play based on the Scopes Monkey Trial. While I only knew the basics behind the Scopes trial, I don’t think much more than the basics was needed. Although interestingly
LibraryThing Review This play about the Scopes trials is well worth reading. Short and to the point, yet containing a good deal of depth. You can read the entire thing in a couple of hours. The amount of time spent
Review: Inherit the Wind Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence is a Play based on an actual court case. The Scopes Trail which is one of the most controversial topics that even today is still being debated. Many people still
LibraryThing Review The classic battle between historical truth and theatrical dramatization is a battle not new to the world of literature. In this ceaseless war, facts are tweaked, and the precision of reality is often
LibraryThing Review This play is a dramatization of the Scopes Monkey trial that took place in Dayton, TN in 1926. The courtroom scenes were a great battle between Clarance Darrow and William Jennings Bryan. The play
I’m Home! Now What?: 10 Missionary Habits for a Successful Life
One of the great challenges facing all returned missionaries is the transition from full time mission life to full time member life I m Home Now What 20 Missionary Habits for a Successful Life is designed to help returning missionaries see how the great tools they have acquired will help them be successful in the post mission world by helping them set meaningful goals remember sacred covenants establish scripture study skills promote meaningful associations and learn principles that will eventually lead to finding an eternal companion Using quotations from the Standard Works and the words of living prophets I m Home Now What reminds returning missionaries of principles that will endure for a lifetime
The Contemporary Relational Supervisor
The Contemporary Relational Supervisor is an empirically based academically sophisticated and learner friendly book on the cutting edge of couple and family therapy supervision Appropriate for master s and doctoral level students as well as experienced clinicians who wish to learn about supervision it emphasizes system and relational thinking and intervention while privileging the diversity of training system members their realities experiences and interpretations of life The authors are attuned throughout the text to how and where clinical training and services are provided and to whom and provide detailed literature reviews for readers These factors assist their discussion of the socio historic development of the AAMFT supervision designation and the fundamentals contexts philosophy relationships and pragmatics ofCFT supervision They also discuss major models and approaches evaluation ethical and legal issues and therapist development Perhaps most important is their presentation of methods that help tailor and extend supervision practices to meet the clinical institutional and economic realities thatCF therapists navigate Readers are engaged by the discussions and exercises at the end of each chapter which help them to feel more grounded in a topic to have their own voices heard and to be granted insight through experiencing multiple realities This valuable reference prepares the next wave of cutting edge CFT supervisors those who are knowledgeable skilled and realistically confident
The Life and Letters of Robert E. Lee (Abridged)
While I wish to do what is right I am unwilling to do what is wrong either at the bidding of the South or the North One of their plans seems to be the renewal of the slave trade That I am opposed to on every ground I can anticipate no greater calamity for the country than a dissolution of the Union From his early career through his time as President of Washington College here is Robert E Lee in his own words Compiled by Reverend J William Jones who served with Lee in the Civil War and as chaplain of Washington College the letters are combined with a narrative that places them in time and context One of the striking characteristics of Lee is his great warmth and affection for his children This courtly and aristocratic man was openly loving in his letters to them Included are letters written from participation in the capture of John Brown the Mexican War Gettysburg his speculations on Grant s moves directions to other generals as the war is being lost the surrender and his life after the war For the first time this lovely volume is available in an affordable well formatted Kindle book Be sure to LOOK INSIDE or download a sample
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee (Civil War Classics)
To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the end of the Civil War Diversion Books is publishing seminal works of the era stories told by the men and women who led who fought and who lived in an America that had come apart at the seams The commander of the Confederacy Light Horse Harry remains one of the most fascinating figures of the American Civil War These are his letters the personal thoughts and insights from the great military mind and icon of the era