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Canetti

Elias. 1905--94, British novelist and writer, born in Bulgaria, who usually wrote in German. His works include the novel Auto da Fé (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1981
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However, Canetti said there are signs that the growth of imports, notably automobiles, may be picking up.
One of the downsides of the reliance on the authority of users in crowd-based systems is that it can be self-reinforcing (Flanagin and Metzger 2008), this type of feedback plays into the properties of crowds identified by Canetti (1962).
Elias Canetti calls him, of all writers, the "greatest expert on power" (1984:76).
1989; Canetti and Greene, 1991; Domac, 1998; Gul and Ekinci, 2006) while several other studies on many developing countries found interest rates to play no significant role on inflation (Darat, 1985; Dlamini et al.
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Another Bulgarian Jew from the Danube was the writer Elias Canetti, the only Nobel laureate with a connection to Bulgaria.
To borrow from Elias Canetti via Robert Kaplan, Moldova's crowd symbol for 2009 should be a marked ballot paper.
Based on a philosophical reading of literary texts from Hesiod's minimal "chaos" (261) to Hesse's elaborate "allegory" (265), through engaging discussions about Aeschylus, Derrida, Schmitt, Hofmannsthal, Lukacs, Benjamin, Nietzsche, Canetti, and Weber, the unpolitical involves the overcoming of the political.
Elias Canetti observed, "People's fates are simplified by their names.
Scott Fitzgerald, Vladimir Nabokov, Truman Capote, Anita Brookner--not to mention widely translated heavy-hitters like Voltaire, the poet Rilke, Colette, Thomas Mann, Elias Canetti and Jose Luis Borges--do not begin to exhaust the list.
Hameed A, Karaalp IS, Tummala PP, Wani OR, Canetti M, Akhter MW, Goodwin I, Zapadinsky N, Elkayam U.