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The history of love: a novel is the second novel by the american writer nicole krauss, published in 2005 the book was a 2006 finalist for the orange prize for fiction and won the 2008 william saroyan international prize for writing for fiction an excerpt from the novel was published in the new yorker in 2004 under the title the last words on. 1 john summary by jay smith the book of 1 st john is a general epistle (apostolic letter) it is written by the disciple/apostle john around 85-95 ad probably from ephesus the key personalities are the apostles peter and paul its purpose was to warn about the increasing threat of false teachings and to reassure christians of their faith. The caritas path to peace: a guidebook for creating world peace with caring, love, and compassion (volume 1) jean watson's contribution to nursing theory: philosophy and science of caring jean watson's philosophy and science of caring addresses how nurses express care to their patients caring is central to nursing practice, and.
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Philosophy of love this article examines the nature of love and some of the ethical and political ramifications for the philosopher, the question “what is love” generates a host of issues: love is an abstract noun which means for some it is a word unattached to anything real or sensible, that is all for others, it is a means by which our being—our. The forty rules of love: book summary and reviews of the forty rules of love by elif shafak. The book shakespeare on love and friendship, allan bloom is published by university of chicago press. Summary of the balcony scene the balcony scene in romeo and juliet is one of the most famous scenes in all of shakespeare's plays it follows the meeting of romeo, a montague, and juliet, a capulet, at a masquerade party in juliet's home romeo and his friends sneak into the party, uninvited, and when romeo sees juliet, he is instantly.
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