knew that; Tuck Everlasting, for example, examined the ever-present shadow of time and the appeal of immortality.
Even those opposed (sometimes virulently) to Babbitt
make for impressive company: Dorothy Thompson, Albert Jay Nock, Lewis Mumford, Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, Granville Hicks, and H.L.
(2) Seaton is correct to maintain that Babbitt
underplayed the aesthetical elements in literary works.
Sauk Centre) and who expressed her longing for an ideal edenic life to be spent in "a reed hut on fantastic piles above the mud of a jungle river" (Lewis 1922: 233; 1992: 254) this edenic vision suggests a Rousseauistic reverie of the kind Irving Babbitt
attacked and which was probably influenced by Ebenezer Howard's Garden cities of tomorrow.
and Douglass wanted to restrict membership to Regular Army retirees.
Coine and Babbitt
capture it best by asking, "What's the ROI on still being in business 10 years from now?" I strongly recommend reading this book to get a glimpse of the future of business and to learn how your company can leverage its social media accounts.--Daryl Wieland, CMA, firstname.lastname@example.org
With unerring practicality, CoinA[c] and Babbitt
show why social media is neither fad nor trend but part of a transformational era driven by "engagement."
's music is highly structured, but he still found ways to give it life even within such restrictive parameters.
, letter to Paul Elmer More (1908a)
Huerta became acting administrator after a drunk-driving charge against then-Administrator Randy Babbitt
was made public.
Kipton Smilie invites us to revisit this perennial question of the purposes of education by considering the different visions embodied in the disputes between Charles Eliot and Irving Babbitt
at the turn of the twentieth century.