F. Scott Fitzgerald’s pseudo- autobiographical first novel. It describes life at Princeton among the glittering, bored, and disillusioned “lost generation” of post World War1 America. Published in 1920, when he was just 23, the novel was an overnight success and propelled Fitzgerald to instant stardom as spokesman of the Jazz Age.
In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do? has sold more than 30 million copies, and ranks as the 39th best-selling book of all time. The main character is the Rev. Henry Maxwell, pastor of the First Church of Raymond, who challenges his congregation to not do anything for a whole year without first asking: “What would Jesus do?”
Famous for its irregular time sequence and twist ending, this is Bierce's most anthologized story.
Injuries to the peripheral nervous system often result in significant deterioration of the regular activities. Many of the peripheral nerve injuries in the upper extremity are commonly associated with altered shoulder postures and functional imbalance in the arm, forearm and hand. It is essential to know about the basics of the nervous system, the neuropathology, the transmission of pain and movement dysfunction before initiating nerve mobilization procedure.
Approximately 730,000 first-ever strokes occur in the United States each year. Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States and in most Western countries. However, approximately 80-90% of patients survive their stroke, often with substantial motor dysfunction that compromises the ability to perform valued activities. Stroke is the most frequent cause of permanent disability in adults worldwide.
Proprioceptive training is integral to nearly all daily life functions. An injury whether due to repetitive stress, disease or soft tissue damage affects proprioception. Proprioception affects work, sports, and household and leisure activities, so it is paramount to have a thorough knowledge of the current research on proprioceptive training. Such a framework lends itself to designing treatment plans that increase patient lifestyle satisfaction while improving clinical outcomes.
A solar eruption bakes the Earth in lethal radiation for ten days. In the American southwest the only survivors are a group of spelunking scientists, and an astronomer’s entourage who had the foresight to hide in the abandoned mines of Bisbee, Arizona.In need of food, supplies and water, the two groups undertake a perilous trek across the rugged beauty of the unpeopled Sonoran desert.
"Male philosophy lecture masquerading as a book!"