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Thu Oct 16 17:50:09 2014 UTClccn-n500324630.07Karl Marx : the passionate logician /0.390.63The giant dwarfs : a contribution /109206582Joel_Carmichaeln 5003246367812Carmichel, Joel 1915-2006Džoelʹ, Karmajkl 1915-2006Lipsky, Joseph 1915-2006Кармайкл, Джоэл, 1915-כרמיכאל, יואלlccn-n85813157Brockelmann, Carl1868-1956lccn-n85038615Perlmann, Moshetrllccn-n83239126Sukhanov, N. N.(Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich)1882-1940lccn-n79054261Trotsky, Leon1879-1940lccn-n80044789Stalin, Joseph1879-1953lccn-n80126146Kommunisticheskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ Sovetskogo Soi︠u︡zalccn-n79006935Marx, Karl1818-1883lccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n79068416Tolstoy, Leograf1828-1910lccn-n50003498Weizmann, Chaim1874-1952Carmichael, JoelFictionHistoryPersonal narrativesBiographyPictorial worksJuvenile worksLove storiesControversial literatureDomestic fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcAdulteryRussiaManners and customsMarried womenKarenina, Anna (Fictitious character)Soviet UnionSocial historyRussia (Federation)SuicideIslamic countriesIslamLiteratureSuicide in literatureIslamic civilizationArabsAnna Karenina (Tolstoy, Leo, graf)Islamic EmpireTrotsky, Leon,Political scienceKommunisticheskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ Sovetskogo Soi︠u︡zaTerrorismPolitical purgesStalin, Joseph,CivilizationIntellectual lifeRussian fictionChristianityChristianity--OriginMarx, Karl,Jesus ChristPassion of Jesus ChristLove storiesCommunismJudaismAntisemitismInterfaith relationsChristianity and antisemitismJudaism (Christian theology)--History of doctrinesJudaism--Relations--ChristianityChristianity and other religions--JudaismWeizmann, Chaim,JournalistsEditorsArab countriesSukhanov, N. N.--(Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich),ZionistsWivesUpper class womenRussian literatureChurch history--Primitive and early church19152006193919421947194819491950195519561957195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198419861989199019911992199319951996199819992006200920141306997442891.733PG3366ocn001309850ocn000751023ocn002429271ocn008148344ocn003977201ocn006995804ocn000573568ocn005740245ocn310119785ocn247907519ocn010621008ocn029621369ocn263451798ocn807215741ocn647543360ocn551602588ocn889251907ocn803109777ocn468454319ocn460513523ocn721215457ocn718942491ocn721210358ocn721215458ocn185831695153444ocn000397540book19390.50Brockelmann, CarlHistory of the Islamic peoplesHistoryPrimarily a political history of the Islamic world, the book aims to be a "bird's-eye view of the fortunes of the believers in Islam". The first half of the book covers pre-Islamic history in the region, the rise of Muhammad and his political descendents, the Islamic empire's rise and fall, and the rise of the Ottoman Empire and the Persian Empire. Fully half the book is devoted to the history of individual nations from the nineteenth century onwards, including the Ottoman Empire/Turkey, Egypt, Ottoman territories in Eastern Europe, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, and elsewhere in North Africa, Sudan, Persia/Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, and Iraq. Throughout, the analysis includes discussions of important thinkers and regional differences within each empire96815ocn000397609book19670.33Carmichael, JoelThe shaping of the Arabs; a study in ethnic identityHistoryGives the historical background of the present rise of Arab nationalism96720ocn000917449book19550.53Sukhanov, N. NThe Russian Revolution, 1917 : a personal recordHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives88519ocn000406910book19640.26Carmichael, JoelA short history of the Russian revolutionHistory85015ocn001834138book19750.37Carmichael, JoelTrotsky : an appreciation of his lifeBiography83414ocn002232788book19760.39Carmichael, JoelStalin's masterpiece : the show trials and purges of the thirties, the consolidation of the Bolshevik dictatorshipHistory81511ocn000021723book19680.35Carmichael, JoelA cultural history of Russia7065ocn001357116book19550.33Carmichael, JoelAn illustrated history of RussiaHistoryPictorial worksRussia's story from the legendary past to the controversial present66414ocn000469128book19670.07Carmichael, JoelKarl Marx : the passionate logicianJuvenile worksBiographyA biography examining the events that tampered Karl Marx's intellectual growth, his personal life struggle, and his creation of Marxism62732ocn000478797book19620.50Carmichael, JoelThe death of JesusPresents the author's theory that Jesus's death was engineered by the Romans for political reasons46610ocn009500991book19710.24Tolstoy, LeoAnna KareninaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksSoftwareFictionDramaDidactic fictionDomestic fictionHistorical fictionLove storiesAnna Karenina is the wife of a prominant Russian government official. She leads a correct but confining upper-middle-class existence. She seems content with her life as a proper companion to her dignified, unaffectionate husband and an adoring mother to her young son, until she meets Count Vronsky, a young officer of the guards. He pursues her and she falls madly in love with him. Her husband refuses to divorce her, so she gives up everything, including her beloved son, to be with Vronsky. After a short time, Vronsky becomes bored and unhappy with their life as social outcasts. He abandons her, returns to the military and is immediately accepted back into society. Anna, a fallen woman, shunned by respectable society, throws herself under a train. A magnificent drama of vengeance, infidelity, and retribution, Anna Karenina portrays the moving story of people whose emotions conflict with the dominant social mores of their time. Sensual, rebellious Anna falls deeply and passionately in love with the handsome Count Vronsky. When she refuses to conduct the discreet affair that her cold, ambitious husband (and Russian high society) would condone, she is doomed. Set against the tragic love of Anna and Vronsky, the plight of the melancholy nobleman Konstantine Levin unfolds. In doubt about the meaning of life, haunted by thoughts of suicide, Levin's struggles echo Tolstoy's own spiritual crisis. But Anna's inner turmoil mirrors the own emotional imprisonment and mental disintegration of a woman who dares to transgress the strictures of a patriarchal world. In Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy brought to perfection the novel of social realism and created a masterpiece that bared the Russian soul+-+11986780054646ocn025131077book19920.39Carmichael, JoelThe satanizing of the Jews : origin and development of mystical anti-SemitismHistory+-+178691533532441212ocn000819083book19620.39Weizmann, ChaimChaim Weizmann : a biography by several handsBiography40512ocn003816452book19550.53Sukhanov, N. NThe Russian Revolution, 1917 : eyewitness accountHistoryPersonal narratives3406ocn019741318book19890.28Carmichael, JoelThe birth of Christianity : reality and myth3096ocn003001216book19770.50Carmichael, JoelArabs todayHistory2638ocn000751023book19650.63Elsner, GiselaThe giant dwarfs : a contribution2214ocn032346211book19950.59Carmichael, JoelThe unriddling of Christian origins : a secular accountControversial literature+-+17040242351976ocn021030225book19900.50Carmichael, JoelA history of RussiaHistory1603ocn041105415book19980.20Carmichael, JoelRussia : an illustrated historyHistory+-+0431536325+-+1786915335324+-+1786915335324Thu Oct 16 16:01:57 EDT 2014batch21361