The Catherine Wheel: A Novel (FSG Classics)
Jean Stafford’s third and final novel, The Catherine Wheel, is a mordant tour de force concerning the gradual disintegration of a woman under pressures both societal and self-imposed.
Katharine Congreve, a Boston society figure, is summering at her country house in Hawthorne, Maine, in the late 1930s, looking after the...
GPRS and 3G Wireless Applications: Professional Developer's Guide The mobile Internet— the marriage between today’s Internet and the increasing urge for mobility— is about to take off.
Independent sources all estimate incomprehensible markets for these new services and applications. With the mobile
Internet, there is a screaming need for applications (in other words, things to do with...
Social Network Analysis for Startups: Finding connections on the social web
Does your startup rely on social network analysis? This concise guide provides a statistical framework to help you identify social processes hidden among the tons of data now available.
Social network analysis (SNA) is a discipline that predates Facebook and Twitter by 30 years. Through expert SNA researchers, you'll...
The Stress Management Handbook: A Practical Guide to Staying Calm, Keeping Cool, and Avoiding Blow-Ups
Shift negativity into positivity in seconds.
Happiness comes from getting what we want, be it love, recognition, money, and support, among others. But most people, in their search for happiness, find themselves pleasing everyone else over themselves until they end up with feelings of resentment, frustration, and...
Alchemy and Psychotherapy: Post-Jungian Perspectives
Alchemical symbols are part of popular culture, most recently popularised in the Harry Potter books. Alchemy intrigued Carl Jung, the founder of analytical psychology. It inspired him as he wrote ‘the Red Book’ - the journal of his voyage of internal discovery. He devoted much of his life to it, using alchemical symbols as...
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