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The Expectations of Light

The Expectations of Light

Pattiann Rogers
Copyright Date: 1981
Pages: 110
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    The Expectations of Light
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    Originally published in 1981.

    ThePrinceton Legacy Libraryuses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

    eISBN: 978-1-4008-5666-4
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-vi)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. vii-x)
  3. Acknowledgments
    (pp. xi-xii)
  4. Part I

  5. Part II

    • How to Stay Safe in the City
      (pp. 27-28)
    • How You Came
      (pp. 29-29)
    • The Question of Affection
      (pp. 30-30)
    • Being Defined
      (pp. 31-31)
    • Seduced by Ear Alone
      (pp. 32-32)
    • Hearing the Unexpected
      (pp. 33-33)
    • The First Norther
      (pp. 34-34)
    • Achieving Perspective
      (pp. 35-36)
    • On Your Imminent Departure: Considering the Relative Importance of Various Motions
      (pp. 37-38)
    • Trying Magic
      (pp. 39-39)
    • Hiring the Man Who Builds Fires for a Living
      (pp. 40-40)
    • Crocodile God
      (pp. 41-41)
    • The Viewpoint of the Unbelievable
      (pp. 42-42)
    • How the Moon Becomes Itself
      (pp. 43-44)
  6. Part III

    • Illumination
      (pp. 47-47)
    • The Brain Creates Itself
      (pp. 48-48)
    • How the Body in Motion Affects the Mind
      (pp. 49-50)
    • The Man Hidden Behind the Drapes
      (pp. 51-52)
    • How the Field, Without Being Touched, Can Be Altered
      (pp. 53-54)
    • The Zoo: How the Captured Animal Maintains his Power
      (pp. 55-56)
    • Concepts and Their Bodies (The Boy in the Field Alone)
      (pp. 57-58)
    • What the Body Means to Belief
      (pp. 59-60)
    • An Act of Conviction
      (pp. 61-62)
    • Handling Despair
      (pp. 63-64)
    • Determining Location
      (pp. 65-66)
    • The Determinations of the Scene
      (pp. 67-68)
    • Being of This State
      (pp. 69-69)
    • Supposition
      (pp. 70-70)
    • How the Scene Influences Occasions
      (pp. 71-72)
    • The Success of the Hunt
      (pp. 73-74)
  7. Part IV

  8. Back Matter
    (pp. 98-98)