Unspoken Legacy Claudia Black Central Recovery Press bookblast diary
Non Fiction

Unspoken Legacy Claudia Black Review

BookBlast reviews Unspoken Legacy by Claudia Black, a pioneer in treating trauma, families, addiction and adult children of alcoholics & dysfunctional families. Human beings are violent creatures so exposure to traumatic events which leave an […]

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Elton Mayo The Problem of Working Together 1932 BB Archive

My grandfather, George Elton Mayo (1880-1949), the psychologist, organizational theorist and acknowledged founder of the Human Relations Movement, had innovative ideas and theories based on a lifetime of research which he often expressed in speeches […]

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George Elton Mayo The Descent into Chaos 1941 BB Archive

My grandfather, George Elton Mayo (1880-1949), the psychologist, organizational theorist and acknowledged founder of the Human Relations Movement, had innovative ideas and theories based on a lifetime of research which he often expressed in speeches […]

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A Restless Man Gérard Garouste 3:AM Magazine BB Archive

Book Blast review of L’Intranquille, A Restless Man, the autobiography of Gérard Garouste with Judith Perrignon. He is one of the greatest living contemporary French painters and a proponent of uncompromising portrayals of the human […]

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The Three Faces of Elton Mayo J H Smith New Society BB Archive

Elton Mayo was born in Australia one hundred years ago this month (on December 26, 1880) and died in a nursing home in Guildford almost sixty-nine years later. Towards the end of his life, through […]

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Explorations

Lolita Vladimir Nabokov Explorations

“Lolita was rejected by four American publishers in 1954; published in Paris by The Olympia Press, September 1955; banned by the French government, December 1956; found “not objectionable” by U. S. Customs, February 1957; back […]