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1949

World | US | Sports | Entertainment | Deaths | Year in Science World Statistics Population: 2.554 billion (!not right!) population by decade more world statistics... Worl…

Introduction to the First Volume

Introduction to the First VolumeFirst Translation of the UpanishadsDârâ Shukoh, Anquetil Duperron, SchopenhauerTHE ancient Vedic literature, the foundation of the whole literature of…

Introduction to the Second Volume

Introduction to the Second Volume THIS second volume completes the translation of the principal Upanishads to which Sankara appeals in his great commentary on the Vedânta-Sût…

Cat-Skin

Cat-Skin There was once a king, whose queen had hair of the purest gold, and was so beautiful that her match was not to be met with on the whole face of the earth. But this beautiful queen fel…

A Prayer for my Daughter

A Prayer for my DaughterOnce more the storm is howling and half hid Under this cradle-hood and coverlid My child sleeps on. There is no obstacle But Gregory's Wood and one bare hill Whereby t…

Georgia on My Mind

A Preview of the 1999 Masters Tournament by Gerry Brown Mark O'Meara and Tiger Woods, the last two golfers to win the green jacket, survey Augusta during a practice round for the 1999 Maste…

My Name Is Joe

Director:Ken LoachWriter:Paul LavertyArtisan Entertainment; RRelease:2/99Cast:Peter Mullan, Louise Goodall, Gary Lewis, David McKay and David Hayman British director Ken Loach revisits the cru…

1949 Academy Awards

The 1949 Academy Awards were presented March 23, 1950 at the RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, Calif.Best Motion PictureAll the King's Men (Robert Rossen Productions; Columbia)Battleground (MG…

Under the Skin

Director/Writer:Carine AdlerDirector of Photography:Barry AckroydEditor:Ewa J. LindMusic:Ilona SekaczProduction Designer:John Paul KellyProducer:Kate OgbornArrow Entertainment; R; 81 minutesRe…

Walt Whitman: Scented Herbage of My Breast

Scented Herbage of My BreastScented herbage of my breast, Leaves from you I glean, I write, to be perused best afterwards, Tomb-leaves, body-leaves growing up above me above death, Perennial r…