By Ann Brashares
Summer time is a time to develop
Polly has an concept that she can't cease considering, one who contains altering a couple of issues approximately herself. She's surroundings her attractions on a
more glamorous lifestyles, yet it's going to take all of her concentration. at the least that manner she won't need to watch her pals relocating to this point ahead.
Jo is spending the summer season at her family's seashore residence, operating as a busgirl and bonding with the older, cooler ladies she'll see at highschool come September. She didn't expect a quick fling with a lovely boy altering her whole summer season. Or feeling embarrassed via her heart tuition acquaintances. and she or he didn't expect her relations in any respect. . .
Ama isn't really an outdoorsy lady. She desired to be at an educational camp, doing examine in an air-conditioned library, incomes A's. as a substitute her summer season scholarship lands her on a wasteland journey jam-packed with flirting youngsters, blisters, most unlikely mountaineering trails, and a tragic loss of hair items. it's a new summer season. And a brand new sisterhood. Come develop with them.
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Sometimes—for example, today after reading the newspapers—it strikes me that the idea of wanting to have an extended stay in Europe is plain stupid. And I ask myself if, instead, I should perhaps be asking my friends to find an instructorship for me at a black college. But in my heart, I don’t think war will break out in Europe. I think I told you that my family and I fled the New York heat for Larchmont (near New Rochelle), where at least my wife has it easier, since we live in a good and relatively inexpensive pension where she is no longer burdened with having to manage a household.
The process of history does not proceed primarily at the level of problems but at the level of sentiments; (therefore there is no “history of problems,” at least not in political theory). ”3 (“Essences . . are temporarily conditioned and unfolded in a certain temporal span. They are individuated as expressing the attitude of a certain phase in historical life. ”) I would say: We are dealing here with the analysis of the pretheoretical constitution of the theoretical object at those levels of consciousness which, speaking very generally, may be described as the ones that determine history.
With cordial greetings, Yours, Eric Voegelin 1. Not identified. 11. Voegelin to Schütz Department of Political Science University of Alabama University, Alabama May 28, 1941 Dear Friend: Now that the semester is over the work on the History is proceeding with giant strides. I do not want to put you under any pressure—after all, I know how much you have to do—but you know how highly I value your judgment, and if you have any advice to give, and are willing to give it, the last opportunity when I will still be able to profit from your criticism is rapidly approaching.
3 Willows: The Sisterhood Grows by Ann Brashares