The 'Winter Mind': William Bronk and American Letters

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In many ways these two theological approaches are fundamentally opposed, but in the realm of criticism they are allied. Gyue audyence and here what he doth saye. The media carries stories about Enron officials acting unethically and about the unethical activities of Arthur Andersen or WorldCom, and so on, and the general public takes this as representative of business ethics or of the need for it. There are two historical reconstruction and two translations of Lucienne¡¦s ending. (110).

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Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (July 1, 1998)

ISBN: 1611471710

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