Music and Imagination
Copland, Aaron, Music and Imagination
Insect Dreams: The Half Life of Gregor Samsa
Estrin, Marc, Insect Dreams: The Half Life of Gregor Samsa
The Tuning of the World.
Schafer, R. Murray, The Tuning of the World.
Strangers in the Night: Foreign Agents Series.
Semiotext(e), Strangers in the Night: Foreign Agents Series.
Yourcenar, Marguerite; trans. By Walter Kaiser in Collaboration with the Author, That Mighty Sculptor Time
Other Philosophy books that may be of interest:
- Abbot, Francis Ellingwood, The syllogistic philosophy; or, Prolegomena to science, Little, Brown, and company, Boston, 1906
by Francis Ellingwood Abbot .. 2 v. 22 cm Dewey:
- Allston, Washington, Monaldi: a tale. Ticknor and Fields, Boston, 1856
By Washington Allston "Fictitious story of Monaldi, a young Italian painter, and Maldura, a young Italian poet, but also containing the philosophy and criticism of Washington Allston" (Schimmelman). Originally published in 1841 (see BAL #501). brown cloth with gilt lettering. 278 p., 1 l. 18 cm Dewey:
- Burroughs, John Accepting the universe Houghton Mifflin Company Boston New York 1920
by John Burroughs. 19 cm. ix, , 327,  p., 1 l. front. 19 cm. Philosophy.; Science.
- Dryden, John; Homer; Ovid; Chaucer; Boccacio Fables antient and modern ;translated into verse from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, and Chaucer: with original poems. J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, London, 1745
By Mr. Dryden Imperfect: 1 p. at end wanting; frontispiece wanting Contents.--Preface.--Palamon and Arcite: or, The knight's tale [from Chaucer]--To my honour'd kinsman, John Driden, of Chesterton.--Meleager and Atalanta, out of the eighth book of Ovid's Metamorphosis.-- Sigismonda and Guiscardo, from Boccace.--Baucis and Philemon, out of the eighth book of Ovid's Metamorphoses.--Pygmalion and the statue, out of the tenth book of Ovid's Metamorphoses.--Cinyras and Myrrha, out of the tenth book of Ovid's Metamorphoses.--Homer's Ilias (bk. I)--The cock and the fox: or, The tale of the nun's priest, from Chaucer--Theodore and Honoria, from Boccace.--Ceyx and Alcycone [from Ovid] --The flower and the leaf: or, The lady in the arbour.--Alexander's feast; or, The power of musick.--Ovid's Metamorphoses (bk. XII) wholly translated.--The speeches of Ajax and Ulysses: from the thirteenth book of Ovid's Metamorphoses.-- The wife of Bath, her tale from Chaucer.--Of the Pythagorean philosophy, from the fifteenth book of Ovid's Metamorphoses.--The character of a good parson; imitated from Chaucer.--The monument of a fair maiden lady, who dy'd at Bath.-- Cymon and Iphigenia, from Boccace 29 p.l., 345,  p. 17 cm Dewey:
- Martel, Michael; Paulding, James Kirk Martel's elements .. Printed by C.C. Van Alen & Co. for Michael Martel New-York : 1796-1797
Title and imprint of v. 2 varies: Martel's elements, containing a choice of the most interesting traits in ancient & modern history ... Newyork : Printed for the author, 1797Vol. 1: xvii, , 20-480, 112 p.; v. 2: , 139-680"Fin du second et dernier volume": v. 1, p. 660LC copy imperfect: v. 1 wanting, transcription of v. 1 t.p. and collation from American Antiquarian Society on RLIN.LC copy has inscriptions: J.K. Paulding, H.A. Ovington. (from t.p.) containing, I. new essays on education, relative especially to history, moral philosophy, and composition -- II. An introduction to the French language, by means of a literal translation of the first hundred pages of this book, the conjugation of the verbs, and some familiar phrases -- III. A selection of delicate bon-mots, anecdotes, sentences, sentiments, thoughts, play on words, anagrams, witticisms, devices, puns, jokes, apologues, happy applications of passages in famous writers, stories, ingenious repartees : but having nothing of what might alarm modesty or excite condemnable laughter upon the objects of our duties and of our respect, which, certainly, is not the case in the books now in the hands of youth, to learn French by 2 v. : ill. ; 18 cm. (12mo Dewey:
- Neihardt, John Gneisenau; Black Elk; DeMallie, Raymond J. The Sixth Grandfather Black Elk's teachings given to John G. Neihardt University of Nebraska Press Lincoln 0803216645 (alk. paper) 1984; c1984
edited and with an introduction by Raymond J. DeMallie ; foreword by Hilda Neihardt Petri. Bibliography: p. -430.; Includes index. 23 cm. xxix, 452 p.,  p. of plates ill. 23 cm. Dewey:970.004/97 B Black Elk; Oglala Indians; Oglala philosophy.
- Riding, Laura Anarchism is not enough J. Cape London 1928
The myth.--Language and laziness.--This philosophy.--What is a poem?--A complicated problem.--All literature.--Mr. Doodle-Doodle-Doo.--An important Distinction.--The corpus.--Poetry and music.--Poetry and painting.--Poetry and dreams.--Jocasta.--How came it about?--Hungry to hear.--In a café.--Fragment of an unfinished novel.--William and Daisy: fragment of a finished novel.--An anonymous book.--The damned thing.--Letter of adbdication. "First published MCMXXVIII." 224 p. 21 cm Dewey:
- Riding, Laura Anarchism is not enough Doubleday, Doran & Company, inc. Garden City, N.Y. 1928
The myth.--Language and laziness.--This philosophy.--What is a poem?--A complicated problem.--All literature.--Mr.Doodle-Doodle-Doo.--An important distinction.--The corpus.--Poetry and music.--Poetry and painting.--Poetry and dreams.--Jocasta.--How came it about?--Hungry to hear.--In a café.--Fragment of an unfinished novel.--William and Daisy: fragment of a finished novel.--An anonymous book.--The damned thing.--Letter of abdication. Printed in Great Britain. The US edition was produced from English sheets, apparently bound for export. Orange boards, orange dust jacket. 224 p. 21 cm. Dewey:
- Santayana, George Three philosophical poets: Lucretius, Dante, and Goethe. Cooper Square Publishers New York 0815403615 1970; 1970 [c1910
22 cm. viii, 215 p. 22 cm. Dewey:809.1 v. 1 Lucretius Carus, Titus.; Dante Alighieri; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von; Didactic poetry; Philosophy in literature.
- Santayana, George The birth of reason & other essays. Columbia University Press New York 1968
Edited by Daniel Cory. 20 cm. xii, 184 p. 20 cm. Dewey:191 Philosophy
- Santayana, George Character and opinion in the United States Transaction Publishers New Brunswick, N.J. 0887388906 1991; c1991
George Santayana ; with a new introduction by John W. Yolton. Originally published: New York : Norton, 1934.; Includes bibliographical references (p. xxxvii-xl). 23 cm. xliv, 233 p. 23 cm. Dewey:973 National characteristics, American.; Philosophy, American; James, William; Royce, Josiah
- Santayana, George Egotism in German philosophy. Haskell House New York 0838313183 1971
Reprint of the 1916 ed. 23 cm. xii, 177 p. 23 cm. Dewey:193 Egoism.; Philosophy, German.
- Santayana, George Egotism in German philosophy J.M. Dent & sons ltd. London 1939
by George Santayana. "First published 1916; new edition 1939." 21 cm. xii, 177,  p., 1 l. 21 cm. Dewey:193 Egoism.; Philosophy, German.
- Santayana, George The German mind a philosophical diagnosis. Crowell New York 1968
Reprint, with a new foreword, of the 1939 ed., which was published under title: Egotism in German philosophy. 20 cm. xxi, 195 p. 20 cm. Dewey:193 A-198 Egoism.; Philosophy, German.
- Santayana, George The idler and his works and other essays. Books for Libraries Press Freeport, N.Y. 0836900529 1969; 1969, c1957
Edited and with a pref. by Daniel Cory. 22 cm. ix, 209 p. 22 cm. Dewey:191 Philosophy
- Santayana, George The life of reason Constable London 1954
24 cm. viii, 504 p. 24 cm. Philosophy
- Santayana, George The life of reason Prometheus Books Amherst, N.Y. 1573922102 (alk. paper) 1998
George Santayana. Originally published in 5 v.: The Life of reason, or, The phases of human progress. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1905-06.; Includes index. p. cm. Dewey:191 Reason.; Philosophy.; Progress. Great books in philosophy
- Santayana, George The life of reason or, The phases of human progress. Collier Books New York 1962; 1962,c1950
v. 1. Reason in common sense.- v. 2. Reason in society.- v. 3. Reason in religion.- v. 4. Reason in art.- v. 5. Reason in science. 18 cm. 5 v. 18 cm. Dewey:191 AS170-174 Philosophy.
- Santayana, George The life of reason or, The phases of human progress C. Scribner's sons New York 1905; 1905-22; v.1, c1922
by George Santayana. [v. 1] Introduction, and Reason in common sense.--[v. 2] Reason in society.--[v. 3] Reason in religion.--[v. 4] Reason in art.--[v. 5] Reason in science. 19 cm. 5 v. 19 cm. Dewey:191.9 Philosophy.
- Santayana, George; Cory, Daniel The idler and his works and other essays. G. Braziller New York 1957
Edited and with a pref. by Daniel Cory. 22 cm. ix, 209 p. 22 cm. Dewey:104 Philosophy.
- Santayana, George; Cory, Daniel The birth of reason & other essays Columbia University Press New York 0231031696; 0231102771 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1995
by George Santayana ; edited by Daniel Cory. Includes bibliographical references (p. -186). 21 cm. xxxii, 186 p. 21 cm. Dewey:191 Philosophy.
- Santayana, George; Lachs, John Animal faith and spiritual life Appleton-Century-Crofts New York 1967
previously unpublished and uncollected writings by George Santayana with critical essays on his thought. Edited by John Lachs. Bibliographical footnotes. 21 cm. ix, 470 p. port. 21 cm. Dewey:191 Philosophy.
- Santayana, George; Quintero, Vicente P. El egotismo en la filosofia alemana Ediuones lman Buenos Aires 1942
George Santayana. "Traducido del ingles por Vincente P. Quintero." 21 cm. 209 p. 21 cm. Egoism.; Philosophy, German. Panorama de la filosofia y de la cultura.
- Santayana, George; Wilson, Douglas L. The genteel tradition nine essays University of Nebraska Press Lincoln 0803292511 (alk. paper) 1998; c1998
by George Santayana ; edited and with an introductory by Douglas L. Wilson ; introduction to the Bison Books edition by Robert Davidoff. Originally published: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1967.; Young Sammy's first wild oats -- The genteel tradition in American philosophy -- Shakespeare : made in America -- Genteel American poetry -- The moral background -- Philosophical opinion in America -- Materialism and idealism in America -- Marginal notes on civilization in the United States -- The genteel tradition at bay.; Includes bibliographical references and index. Bison books ed. 21 cm. xxv, 201 p. 21 cm. Dewey:973 National characteristics, American.
- Santayana, George; Wilson, Douglas L. The genteel tradition nine essays. Harvard University Press Cambridge 1967
Edited by Douglas L. Wilson. Bibliographical footnotes.; Young Sammy's first wild oats.--The genteel tradition in American philosophy.--Shakespeare: Made in America.--Genteel American poetry.--The moral background.--Philosophical opinion in America.--Materialism and idealism in America.--Marginal notes on civilization in the United States.--The genteel tradition at bay. 22 cm. ix, 201 p. 22 cm. Dewey:973 National characteristics, American.
- Warner, Charles Dudley, The Warner classics. Harper's Weekly Club, New York, 1897
Selected from the introductory studies included in Charles Dudley Warner's Library of the world's best literature v. 1. Science and philosophy: Charles Darwin, by Prof. E. Ray Lankester. Bacon, by C. T. Lewis. Cardinal Newman, by R. H. Hutton. Aristotle, by Prof. Thomas Davidson.--v. 2. The novelists: Nathaniel Hawthorne, by Henry James. Honoré de Balzac, by Prof. W. P. Trent. George Eliot, by Prof. Charles Waldstein.--v. 3. The poets: Lord Byron, by C. D. Warner. Dante, by C. E. Norton. Alfred Tennyson, by Dr. Henry van Dyke.--v. 4. Historians and essayists: Edward Gibbon, by W. E. H. Lecky. Thomas Carlyle, by Leslie Stephen. Ralph Waldo Emerson, by Dr. Richard Garnett. Matthew Arnold, by Prof. G. E. Woodbury 4 v. front., ports. 19 cm Dewey:
- Boas, George. Philosophy and Poetry. Norton, Mass.: 1932.
- Thorton, Robert John Botanical extracts; or, The philosophy of botany London White, Johnson 1810
2 v. and atlas
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