Atila has ratings and 62 reviews. Alexis said: Este trabajo es uno de los tantos escritos sobre Atila, con lugares comunes aceptados en el mundo lite. Atila has ratings and 62 reviews. Arn said: This is a dramatization of Attila the Hun’s invasion of Roman Europe. I’m very happy that I’ve read this. Atila has ratings and 62 reviews. Andrew said: Meh. An interesting first person account of Attila’s last big campaign devolves into an action-hero r.

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Apart from the exciting and remarkably clear fight scenes, what I really enjoyed about this book was the history lesson. It’s a great idea of what the end of the Roman Empire must have look This is a dramatization of Attila the Hun’s invasion of Roman Deitrich.

It’s a great idea of what the end of the Roman Empire must have looked like. It wasn’t so much that the empire “collapsed” as it was kind of dismantled. Although Imperial influence wained, the “barbarian” tribes like the Goths and Franks who were taking over Roman lands found themselves emulating and imitating Roman “civilization,” albeit poorly. The remnants of the Roman empire in these lands found themselves making deals instead of governing. For example, a local warlord, chief or decurion would be charged with patrolling and keeping safe a particular valley, and their recompense would be permission to levy taxes.

There were no longer uniforms, weapons or even soldiers coming from an increasingly remote and out of touch Imperial center; instead, local authority figures ended up seeing themselves as the representative of Rome in their particular valley. The reader can then see the beginnings of medieval feudalism in such a governing model.

At this point, all that was required was the recognition that Rome had no real control over that particular valley and another chunk of the empire would dismantle itself. Lo que nos cuenta. This is an interesting account of Attila the Hun. Dietrich takes actual historical events, locations, and characters and weaves an intriguingly captivating fictional story around them. While Attila is certainly presented as the ruthless, calculating, and sometimes merciless conqueror that he was, he is also given a human face that causes the reader to ponder the true character and nature of the legendary Attila the Hun.

I learned quite a bit of ancient history from this novel, and I was pleasant This is an interesting account of Attila the Hun. I learned quite a bit of ancient history from this novel, and I was pleasantly surprised that the brutality it documented was not nearly as graphically explicit as I had feared. By combining factual information, real historical characters and adding fictional supporting roles, Dietrich makes historical events come to life in a highly adventurous imaginative manner.

Jul 29, Matias Sulzberger rated it liked it. Es complicado escribir sobre alguien del cual se sabe tan poco como Atila. Por ende, la novela contiene muchos datos que no son del todo reales. Finally I’m done reading ot, and must confess the ending wasn’t as I predicted. Maybe a little too much incidence in the wliliam details, although it’s worth reading.

This an an excellent historical fiction tale. Jonas Alabanda, a young historian from the Eastern Empire of Constantinople, is selected for an assistant’s post in a diplomatic mission sent to pacify Attila. Jonas, a scholar by nature, has wiilliam the Hunnish language, which few in the empires can speak.

The novel is mostly told from his point of view. Occasionally, the author switches to a third This an an excellent historical fiction tale. Occasionally, the author switches to a third person point of view, then back to first person. Although I found it a bit destractingparts Joans ‘tells’ he could not have known. But the pace of the novel was so good, it well overcame this one flaw. Fast-paced; lots of suspense and adventure–battles; chases, spies; assassains and intrigue are well mixed.

The historical details of the Roman empire–both Diios and Western–are based as much as possible on real historical persons and knowledge.

The Huns are portrayed fairly realistically–but as the author notes in his epilogue, we have one problem here. The Huns had no written language and were nomadic with no cities for historians to escavate.

So, our knowledge of the Hun people is based on the writings of their enemies, plus some archaelogical conjectures. Still, the picture in the novel of the Huns’ nomadic life wioliam culture rang true to me. And they were incredible warriors and horsemen. Definitely for over 18 due to the violent descriptions of battles and other adult content.

For adults, however, this book is very entertainning. Fans of real history would probably find much worth their time as well. The book is set in Europe in A. Attila and his horde of Huns are ravishing the countryside and demanding ever increasing tribute from the Roman emperors in Rome and Constantinople.

The story line is not exceedly complex, willjam the book is action packed. There is a love interest that goes throughout the book, there is intrigue, individual fights, and massive battles. I think this is more of a guy book, but there is a heroine as well as a hero. There are a number of interesting characters. We The book is set in Europe in A. We see the main character grow in a host of ways as the book progresses.

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So, as I represent “the guy” on our book community I have to say this book is pretty good. The characters are easy to get involved with and the story moves at a great pace. I like the historical fiction genre, this book is more fiction than history. Their is some raw language and situations so be warned, but overall a great read.

Ya estoy buscando otra novela suya! Nov 18, Aldrin rated it liked it. Not the best story but in some parts it gets good. I saw it in the library and found it quite interesting. I liked this book. It wasn’t anything earth-shattering, but it was actually a very decent historical fiction.

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William Dietrich is a NY Times bestelling author of the Ethan Gage series of eight books which have sold into 28 languages. He is also the author of six other adventure novels, several nonfiction works on the environmental history of the Pacific Northwest, and a contributor to several books.

Bill was a career journalist, sharing a Pulitzer for national reporting at the Seattle Times for coverage of Williqm Dietrich is a NY Times bestelling author of the Ethan Gage series of eight books which have sold into 28 languages. Bill was a career journalist, sharing a Pulitzer for national reporting at the Seattle Times for coverage of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.

He taught environmental journalism at Huxley College, a division of Western Washington University, and was adviser to Planet Magazine there. The traveling informs his books. He lives in Anacortes, WA, in the San Juan islands, and is a dw of books, movies, history, science, and the outdoors.

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O conhecimento dos mecanismos fisiopatológicos da lesão cerebral no traumatismo .. O edema cerebral vasogênico resulta de distúrbio na barreira. Advancements in molecular biology have led to a greater understanding of the individual proteins responsible for generating cerebral edema. In large part, the. AJR Am J Roentgenol. Sep;(3):W doi: /AJR Cerebral edema. Ho ML(1), Rojas R, Eisenberg RL. Author information.

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Brain edema in meningiomas: We studied the radiological and pathological features of 51 intracranial meningiomas surgically treated in the University Hospital of the Federal University of Rio cerebrak Janeiro. Two thirds of the meningiomas in our series had peritumoral edema.

The size of the meningioma was probably related to the development of edema. Peritumoral edema was found frequently in the large meningiomas.

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The location of the meningioma was also associated with the frequency of peritumoral edema. Sphenoid wing meningiomas had significantly more peritumoral edema.

In contrast, tuberculum sellae meningiomas were almost never associated with cerebral edema.

There is growing evidence in the literature that vascular endothelial growth cerebeal VEGF is a key factor in the pathogenesis of peritumoral edema. We studied by immunohistochemical techniques the expression of VEGF and its receptor flk -1 in meningiomas.

O presente estudo visa identificar alguns fatores associados ao desenvolvimento de edema perilesional em pacientes com meningiomas intracranianos operados no HUCFF.

Quanto a este, foi empregada a escala subjetiva de edema perilesional em meningiomas proposta por Goldman 5: Neuropathological aspects of brain edema. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol ; J Clin Invest ; Correlation of vascular endothelial growth factor messenger RNA expression with peritumoral vasogenic cerebral edema in meningiomas.

Brain edema in meningiomas is associated with increased vascular endothelial growth factor expression. Cerebral edema associated with meningiomas. Peritumoral brain edema associated with meningiomas.

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Microgravimetric analysis of human brain tissue: Cerebral edema in intracranial meningiomas: Peritumoral brain edema in intracranial meningiomas: Correlation between sex hormone binding and peritumoral edema in intracranial meningiomas. The importance of pial blood supply to the development crebral peritumoral brain in meningiomas. Tumor-related venous obstruction and development of peritumoral brain edema in meningiomas.

Ceeebral of the relationships of brain-tumor interfaces, magnetic resonance imaging, and angiographic findings to predict cleavage of meningiomas. Predicting the probability of meningioma recurrence based on the quantity of peritumoral brain edema on computerized tomography scanning.

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I know that Edward Gorey liked to put announcement cards into many of his drawings, but I did not notice them in every book I will have to take. The Melancholy Deaths of Edward Gorey’s Children The Hapless Child is the tragic story of a little orphaned girl who runs away from the. Compositions by Michael Mantler and lyrics from ‘Amphigorey’ by the fur-swathed Edward Gorey, who writes and draws the ‘miseries of.

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To ask other readers questions about The Hapless Childplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This is super Morbid and it made me so sad.

It did not have a happy ending. I would say this is mature material for mature people. I did not find the funny. Still, the art is amazing – so Gorey and the story is every horrible thing that can happen to a person does and life goes from amazing to a showcase of horrors. Father apparently killed in goreh war, mother commits suicide because she’s so depressed, uncle dies from a brick falling on his head, she is bullied, robbed, sold into slavery to a drunk, goes blind, stumbles into the street and gets run over by her actually alive father who doesn’t even remember what his child looked like.

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A tale of woe especially for Halloween. A musical version by Michael Mantler and edwarf Aug 30, Cait Poytress rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the perfect book to read to your child when they are going through one of their whiney “It’s not faaaaaaaaair” phases.

You want to see unfair? Here, let me tell you a little story about poor Charlotte Sophia. If that doesn’t shut them up Bueno, no es precisamente un cuento de hadas, la verdad es una historia muy triste la piba no pega una. Gorey es uno de mis artistas favoritos de edwward la vida, cada cuento suyo que leo es una caricia a mi oscuro corazoncito.

Feb 07, Lindsay rated it it was amazing. A Little Princess as told by Gorey Her blissful existence ends when her father is called to fight in Africa.

When she learns of his death, Charlotte’s mother falls into a fatal decline and she is left orphaned. The family layer ships her off grey boarding school where she punished by teachers and bullied by fellow classmates. Charlotte eventually escapes from the miserable place but things d A rather macabre vhild of “A Little Princess” by Francis Hodgson Burnett Charlotte Sophia had a charmed life with loving “well to do” parents. Charlotte eventually escapes from the miserable place but things don’t improve much.

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The locket cyild her parents pictures is stolen and she is sold to a drunken brute who makes her work for scraps off food. She changes so much that her father, who, as it happens is not actually dead you wimped out Gorey!! Jesus, that was depressing. I need to go out in the sun now El final sorprende, no deja indiferente, uno apenas puede creerlo que chipd sucedido Una mezcla de inquietud, un regusto amargo y la incertidumbre.

Jul 11, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: Gorey’s specialty bapless writing horrific stories about the bad things that happen to unfortunate children. His books seem designed to give little kids nightmares, and I have a hunch that they are often successful. They are sick, deadpan, mean-spirited and often hilarious. This is one of my very favorites. Death, abuse, sickness, fear and suffering are the major ingredients of the child’s life, and the story is brought to life through Gorey’s marvellous gofey.

I’m not giving any of the details because that would just take the fun out of it. This is one of my very favorite Gorey books and would be a good starting place for someone new to him. But, if you don’t like your humor black as the blackest black that ever blacked, perhaps “The Chilx Tinies” would be a better starting place: That didn’t stop me, of course.

Dec 29, Amy Other Amy rated it it was edwagd Shelves: This is the only one of the ‘kids die’ stories in Amphigorey that didn’t improve significantly on a reread for me.

Although I did find the little lizard critter in each pane, and that was enjoyable. I will revisit if I happen to read that one. Reread in Amphigorey hqpless reviewing separately. Oct 02, Rakisha rated it liked it.

The most depressing and harrowing “children’s book” I’ve ever read. The art is creepy and beautiful. The story is succinct and powerful. But the audie Goreg most depressing and harrowing “children’s book” I’ve ever read. But the audience for this book can’t possibly be children? I found it in the children’s section of the library, but this is just too edwar. I wonder if it is creepier than original Grimm tales. Oct 22, Sally rated it really liked it. The Hapless Child Hardcover Lovely little story for an adult or child, telling the story of little Charlotte Sophia, hapelss life drastically alters from living with parents who were ‘kind and well-to-do’ A grimly ironic tale by Edward Gorey, wherein a young child is orphaned, and in the antithesis of “A Little Princess,” endures great hardships without the happy ending.

The real interest in Gorey’s work isn’t so much the story as the exward artwork. He’s well-known for his sketch-like drawings. Gorey couldn’t have been much of a child-lover, if his stories were anything to go on. But they’re amusing, and rather timely. But With A Tiny Child. Oct 06, Luli Maggi rated it really liked it Shelves: Ahora es lo primero que quiero encontrar en la feria del libro because idgaf.

Nov 02, Anne-Marie rated it it was ok. I bought a bunch of Edward Gorey books for a dollar at a library sale. I thought they were for kids. I didn’t know who Gorey was at the time and then gapless found out how much people worship him for being so ironic and creepy.

Nov 17, Doug Friedenberg rated it it was amazing.

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Like Oscar Wilde said of the Little Nell story: Would have reviewed when I read it, but they didn’t have a reading social network at the time. Nov 08, Callie Rose Tyler rated it liked it Shelves: That story was very sad, but the signature matter-of-fact tone which Gorey uses to present the story adds charm?

Jan 13, connie rated it it was amazing. It is a very interesting book.

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Edward Gorey is a very unique author. Am going to read some of his other works.

chidl For those who do not know him. Dec 29, Tracy rated it really liked it Shelves: Especially fun for fans chikd A Little Princess. Nov 03, Cathy rated it really liked it Shelves: Gorey and depressing with haunting artwork. Utterly depressing story, but beautiful, detailed black and white ink drawings. Excelente muestra del buen hacer de Gorey. Sep 20, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. The most despair-inducing children’s story I have read this year. Nov 17, Abigail Wildes added it.

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It was a time when opulence among the city’s newly minted rich and super-rich was flaunted with an unaccustomed boldness in the face of New York City’s poor and homeless people, thousands of whom were packed into decrepit, drug-infested shelters, most of which were old hotels situated in the middle of Manhattan, some of which in decades past had been places of great elegance.

One firre the largest shelters was the Martinique Hotel, across the street from Macy’s and one block from Fifth Avenue. In this building, 1, children and about of their parents struggled to prevail within a miserable warren of bleak and squalid rooms that offered some, at least, protection from the cold of winter, although many rooms in which.

I visited with axhes in the last week of December were so poorly heated that the children huddled beneath blankets in the middle of the day and some wore mittens when they slept.

I remember placing calls on freezing nights from phone booths on Sixth Avenue or Broadway trying to reach Steven Banks, a Legal Aid attorney who performed innumerable rescue actions for the families in the Martinique that year.

The wind that cut across the open space of Herald Square at night was fierce, the sidewalks felt like slabs of ice, and kids and parents from the Martinique who had to venture out for milk or bread or medicines would bundle up as best they could fhe layers of old clothes and coats, if they did have coats, or sweatshirts with the hoods drawn tight around their chins.

Dozens of kids I knew within the building suffered from chronic colds. Many were also racked by asthma and bronchitis.

Infants suffered from diarrhea. Sleepless parents suffered from depression.

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Mothers wept in front of me. I had never seen destitution like this in America before. Twenty years earlier, I had taught young children in the black community of Boston and had organized slum tenants there and lived within their neighborhood and had been in many homes where rats cohabited with children in their bedrooms.

But sickness, squalor, and immiseration on the scale I was observing now were virtually unknown to me. Almost every child that I came to know that winter in the Martinique was hungry. On repeated evenings when I went to interview a family I gave up asking questions when a boy or girl would eye the denim shoulder bag I used to carry, in which I often had an apple or some cookies or a box of raisins, and would give them what I had.

Sometimes I would ask if I could look into the small refrigerators that the hotel had reluctantly provided to the families. Often there was nothing but a shriveled piece of fruit, a couple of jars of apple sauce, a tin of peanut butter, sometimes not even that. II continued visiting the Martinique throughout the next- two years.

During that time, a play about impoverished children of the nineteenth century in Paris, called Les Miserables, opened to acclaim in the theater district of New York.

Some of the more enterprising children in the Martinique would walk the twelve or fifteen blocks between the hotel and the theater district in late afternoons or evenings to panhandle in the streets around the theater or in front of restaurants nearby. Homeless women did this too, as well as many of the homeless men, some alcoholics and some mentally unwell, who slept in cardboard boxes on the sidewalks and in doorways of the buildings in the area.

The presence of these homeless people was not welcomed by the theater owners. People were paying a great deal of money to enjoy an entertainment fashioned from the misery of children of another era. The last thing that they wanted was to come out of the theater at the end and be obliged to see real children begging on the sidewalk right in front of them.

The problem was resolved to some degree when police and private guards employed by local businesses developed strategies for cleaning out the homeless-sanitation terms like “cleaning out” were used without embarrassmentfrom the streets around the theaters. Meanwhile, on the East Side of Manhattan, another group of business leaders went a little further by employing people in the homeless population to drive out other homeless people from Grand Central Station, where they had been taking refuge from the cold for several years by sleeping in the station’s waiting.

The ultimate solution, which required the removal of these homeless families from the midtown sections of Manhattan altogether, took a few fier years to carry out successfully. In the interim, despite the efforts of the theater owners, many of the older children from the Martinique would manage to slip past the hired guards or the police and walk up to theater-goers, who would sometimes hand them a few dollars.

The younger children from the Martinique, however, did their begging for the most part close to home within the blocks surrounding the hotel, where they would run into the streets when drivers slowed their cars as the lights were changing and where a driver whose compassion overcame his irritation might roll down his window far enough to give the kids some money.

Those who were cire to castigate the parents of these children for letting them go out into the streets okzol night might have relented somewhat if they understood how rapidly the competence of many of these fife had come to be eroded by the harshness of conditions in that building. Scenarios of broken will and loss of good decisionmaking skills were apparent everywhere. Some of the parents were emotionally ill when they arrived here; but those who weren’t would frequently succumb to the pervasive atmosphere of insecurity and high anxiety that suffused the filthy corridors and crowded living spaces of the Martinique.

Many who had not used drugs before this time became drug users in a setting in which heroin and crack cocaine were readily available. The sixteenth ashfs of the Kn Hotel-there were seventeen floors in all, but the top two were unoccupied-was operated, with the knowledge and, apparently, cooperation of some of the guards, as an open market for drug users.

A number of people became HIV-infected under these conditions, although in the. The conditions under which these people had to live. Anybody who was able to get past the guards, as I did repeatedly with the cooperation of two sympathetic social workers who enabled me to get into the upper floors and visit families pretty much at will, could not avoid, unless he closed his eyes, the sight of kn garbage piled in the landings and of children who, ashrs lack of other options, played amidst that garbage.

But physical unhealthiness, the prevalence of drug addiction, axhes the documented presence of widely known carcinogens open containers of asbestos, for example, and asbestos-coated pipes in the lobby of the building were not th worst of the destructive forces children and their families had to undergo.

The Martinique, as I was iozol to recognize when the social workers started talking candidly to me during the months to come, was not merely a despairing place, diseased and dangerous for those who had no choice but to remain there; it also was a place of flagrant and straightforward criminality on the part of management and ownership.

A young man with a raw, salacious smile, to whom the social workers made it a special point to introduce me and who, they told me, was a relative of one of the two owners of the building, used the power he was thus afforded to induce young women to provide him with erotic favors in exchange for items that they needed, such as cribs and linens for their children.

He goes into considerable detail.

There was no need for secrecy, it seemed, because there was a sense that this was “a closed system,” where rules of normal law and normal governance did not apply. Complaint or protest would have no effect except to prompt the guards or manager to punish the complaining woman by denying her essential services or else, if the manager so wished, by calling the police and lozol her with one of many forms of misbehavior that were common in a building in which almost every person had to break some rule or operate some petty scam in order to survive.

Cooking, for example, was officially prohibited because of fire dangers, but the city’s meager allocation of subsistence funds to purchase food made it unthinkable to buy it from a restaurant and forced the mothers in the Martinique to cook their children’s meals in secret, then conceal their hot plates when inspectors from the city came around.

The management cooperated thf the tenants by providing them with ashee bags to cover up the hot plates on inspection days while, at the same time, it pretended not to know that this was going on. When mothers were reluctant to provide the guards who were hired to protect them with the favors they expected, the guards could use the cooking scam or other scams much like it as a way to break down their resistance.

Children, of course, observed the humiliation of their mothers. The little ones, too young to go to school, might perhaps be sent out to the corridors; but most of the mothers would not dare to let them wander too far from the bedroom door. Even the kids who never witnessed these activities first-hand could not fail to be aware of them.

I used to wonder what enduring influence all of this would have upon the capability of children in the building to believe in.

Would they later find it hard to trust the teachers in their public schools? Would they develop an endemic wariness about investing faith in any older person of authority?

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Would they love their mothers all the more for having done the best they could to protect them from this nightmare, or would they harbor a gire that their mothers were not able to avoid this situation in the. One of the social workers who befriended me that year. I told him it did not.

I thought it was justifi eTI. Two years later, I published a book about the Martinique Hotel. It appeared first in two successive issues of The New Yorker magazine, and this, in turn, attracted interest from the other media. The Nightline television program, moderated at the time by the journalist Ted Koppel, asked me to go back into the Martinique with a camera crew and do a documentary on the families I had known.

The social workers and some of the mothers helped to get the camera crew and the producer past the guards and up into the building. The camera itself was hidden in a baby carriage by one of the mothers, who rolled it through the lobby without attracting scrutiny and brought it with her on an elevator to the floor where she was living.

She then accompanied us into other bedrooms whose occupants had told me they were not afraid to answer questions. By the time we had finished with the final interview. The manager, an unpleasant character by the. When they refused, the manager and guards reacted in the same way they routinely did with residents who defied or disobeyed them.

I was slammed against a metal wall. One of the cameramen was seriously injured. The TV producer, an unintimidated woman, removed one of her high-heel shoes and used it to defend us. By this point, the police had been alerted.

‘Fire in the Ashes’ by Jonathan Kozol

The cameramen got out of the building with the video. I knew, of course, that journalists were not welcome in the building and that the social workers who had made my visits possible were taking risks in doing so. But until this time I had never witnessed so directly the extremes to which the management would go in the interest of concealment. It also left me with a visceral reminder of the terror mothers and their children would experience when the guards or, more frequently, the manager would hammer at their doors early in the morning if, for example, the rental check paid by the city, through no fault of their own, had not arrived on time.

There he is in the hallway with his gun. This is the way that one of the richest cities in the world treated the most vulnerable children in its midst a quarter century ago illh en these hotels were finally closed in andnot for reasons of compassion but because of the enormous damage the visibility of so much desperation was doing to the image of the city and its elected leaders, most of the several dozen families I had come to know, all but two of whom were black or Latino, were shipped en masse into several of the most impoverished and profoundly segregated sections of the Bronx, far from the sight of tourists and the media.

Fire in the Ashes: Twenty-Five Years Among the Poorest Children in America by Jonathan Kozol

These were communities that already had the city’s highest rates of HIV infection, the greatest concentration of drug-addicted people, of people who had serious psychiatric illnesses, women with diabetes, women with undiagnosed malignancies, and among the highest rates of pediatric asthma in the nation.

The miserables, although they were no longer homeless, would continue nonetheless to live under conditions of physical and psychological adversity that were only incrementally less harmful than the ones they had endured in the preceding years.

In one of the neighborhoods in which the largest numbers of the homeless were resettled, the only medical facility was a city-run institution known as Lincoln Hospital, which underwent the loss of its accreditation more than once because of errors by the staff that led to the deaths of at least a dozen patients, two of whom were infants.

For the mentally unwell, psychiatriC care of the thoroughgoing kind lavishly available six subway stops away in the costly and exclusive Upper East Side of Manhattan was all but impossible to find. Children, meanwhile, many of whom had had their education interrupted or repeatedly disrupted during their homeless years, found themselves consigned to public schools that, in the absoluteness of their racial isolation, resembled those of Mississippi fifty or one hundred years beforfl.

So this is where they sent them. And this is where I. I went to their schools. I went to their churches. I got to know their pastors. I went to their hospitals, sometimes at their own request when they were ill because they thought that it might win them more attention. So I became acquainted with a number of their doctors, many of whom were selfless and devoted individuals who did everything they could to compensate for scarcities in the basic services that doctors elsewhere know they can depend upon.

I did this, off and on, for more than fifteen years. Then, beginning inI lost track of some families for a time when my father, who’d been ill for several years, entered an acute phase of his illness, and, within the same two years, both he and my mother passed away.

It took another year before I could regain my sense of equilibrium. At that point I began returning to those neighborhoods again and meeting once more with the families I had known. Some of the children were still in their teenage years. Those whom I had met when they were in the Martinique were already in their twenties. We had long talks. We took long walks. Sometimes we would spend an evening having dinner in the neighborhood.


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Make sure that this manual is delivered to the end user 3. Disconnect power before installing or servicing. An isolation contactor is recommended, configured to provide automatic isolation when the motor is turned OFF.

Unit may contain more than one live circuit.

Disconnect both control and main circuits before installing or servicing. Soft stop should not be used as an Emergency stop. Stopping mode must be set to meet applicable standards for operator safety. Separate motor overcurrent protection is required to be provided in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1.

Semi-conductor fuses specified may not provide branch circuit protection. Gge to local applicable electrical codes. Overload relay setting should be properly coordinated with motor. Slow speed running will affect the motor thermal characteristic due to reduced cooling. Care must be taken when operating motor under these conditions.

Select the lowest braking current and time. DC braking must use additional DC3 in the motor circuit. See wiring diagram page Contact motor manufacturer for proper motor selection. If control power is lost between starts, the overload relay protection is reset to cold start conditions. L’appareil peut renfermer plus d’un circuit sous tension de’brancher les circuits principaux et les circuits de controle avant de raccorder ou d’intervenir. Ralentissement courant continu peut provoquer la surchauffe de moteur.

Fuses, contactors and supply wiring Comparison of starting systems There are numerous applications where soft starting and limited current peak are needed and thereby making pluz starting of squirrel-cage motors impossible. Traditionally in such cases other types of starting with reduced stator voltage have been resorted to. The best-known are star-delta starters, autotransformer starters, stator resistance starters or using part winding motors.

Any reduced starting voltage imposes a current limitation, and as a consequence the p,us torque is also reduced, but there will always be peaks during the change from one point or state to another which can damage the machine being driven.

In order to analyse the performances offered by each of these different types of starters, the following table shows the special characteristics of each of them, comparing with the ASTAT system. Note that in general all reduced voltage starts produce a reduction in torque in squared proportion to the current in the phases of the motor not on the line and the latter in turn is reduced in linear proportion to the voltage. From this it can be deduced that any start with reduced voltage reduces the torque in squared proportion lpus the voltage per motor phase.

From this point of view soft starting produces, just like any other reduced voltage start, a reduction in starting torque, according to the adjusted parameters.

The advantage, of course, is the ease with which this ramp can be controlled to produce a soft start in accordance with the actual requirement of the machine. Bearing in mind that the direct starting torque varies between 1. This area includes the starting of pumps, fans, conveyor belts, puls.

As a general rule it can be guaranteed that soft starter will allow starting of drives which are currently used pluw conventional starting systems, with the advantages outlined, and above all the facility to adjust the current peaks and torque at the machine, faced with the impossibility or difficulty of varying the steps in conventional systems. Starting and stopping the motor without steps or transitions lengthens the life of power-driven machine mechanical elements, greatly reducing stress on transmission and coupling parts.

Consequently, overhauling times are reduced and machine and facility lifespans are lengthened. This unit can be used for a wide range of applications. Adjustments are very easy to make and diverse options may be selected to have equipment capabilities suited to application needs every time. Application of a pulse start may also be selected in cases of high static friction load. Braking may be made by cutting-off power or by stop ramp, and it is also possible to brake more energetically by feeding a DC current to the motor stator, so there are many ways to obtain the best possible deceleration.

The signalling axtat based on alphanumeric display, makes the equipment working conditions known at any time and gives a quick diagnosis when protection security is violated. This method reduces the motor speed, by controlling internal parameters in the motor as well as the output voltage in a close-loop system. The control board is made with the technology of surface mounting devices SMDwhich increases equipment reliability.

These performances allows the incorporation of the soft starter to a distributed control net, in automated plant processes, together with other soft plux, programmable controllers, variable speed drives, etc. The control signals are optoelectronically isolated and various levels of protection have been set up in the circuits to immunize the equipment against external disturbance and its effects.

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Types and ratings UL Ratings Current rating Max. Static soft starters 2. If the control voltage is not removed, the unit has a cool down characteristic, being the cool down time sec. If the control voltage is removed after tripping, you must wait, at least, 2 minutes before the unit can be restarted.

Supposing a cycle T, with starting time of t1, running time of T-2t1 at rated current and OFF time of t1 sec. Digital Inputs Terminal 57 Function Common for digital inputs Description This is a common terminal for the digital input terminals specified below. Command signal may be provided by one NO free voltage push-button to terminals 1 and Command signal may be provided by one NC free voltage push-button to terminals 2 and These two inputs are programmable.

This relay can be assigned to several internal output functions. It should be provided by a DC tacho-generator coupled to the motor. This speed feedback signal is required when the “linear ramp” function is used. When the motor thermistor is not used, a link must be set between those terminals. Description RSC, 3 wires, half duplex.

Maximum cable length 3mts. Asynchronous data transmission, Bauds, 1 bit start, 8 bits data, 1 bit stop. The programmable inputs I3, I4 are not assigned to any function as default. Check pages before to use these inputs. The programmable relay outputs are as default assigned to the following functions: Dual ramp possibility Linear speed ramp by tacho feedback also possible 3a Fast increase of output voltage when motor gets rated speed Current limit 4 1 to 7 In Permanent state 5 Rated voltage Override 5a Rated current 6 Energy savings.

Secondary ramp 1 to 99 s Stopping modes All selectable Ramp dowm modes available are: Enabled by “Sxxx” to ON – Pump control. Basic diagram Slow speed. Full diagram 3.

The most of these functions can be enabled or disabled remotely as well, through the programmable inputs I3 or I4 terminals board and Motor current Software Version. Monitor, Calibration, Basic and Advanced. The parameters of each group can be displayed or skipped according the selection done in parameter “G”.

There is a quick way to search automatically the parameter “G” by pressing displayed. Proceed in this way untill and Keys. The actual value displayed can be stored in a temporal memory buffer by pressing key. Values stored in the temporal memory are lost after switch off, unless these are saved in the permanent E2PROM memory through parameter “W”.

Additional indications are given in page The above is an example given for parameter “G”, but all ASTAT Plus parameters can be modified from its default factory value proceeding in similar way. Equipment is connected to main supply Stop Remote stop. Then the control is made thru serial comm.

Fault 1 -Latest fault- xx: Fault code error plys The Monitor block parameters are always displayed 4. Set Rated Value t x x x Voltage Calibration t 4 0 0 V Setting of this parameter allows better accuracy in monitoring or voltage protections. X – Unit frame rating F,G,H, Overload protection disabled external overload relay must be asrat N1: Search the parameter “txxx”, set the voltage measured and save this value by the enter’s keypad key.

Note however that the parameter “txxx” will show the latest entry, which may differ of actual voltage value.

Start the motor, and measure the rms motor current using a calibrated Ammeter. This measurement must be done after complete the starting, once the motor current has been stabilized.

Search the parameter “mxxx”, set the current measured and save this value by the enter’s keypad key. Note however that the parameter “mxxx” will show the latest entry, which may differ of actual current value. Sets motor current asgat if parameter “N” is properly adjusted.

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The maximum range setting is automatically calculated by the unit according the following expression: Sets Voltage ramp up time. Motor acceleration time will depend of load conditions. Sets Voltage ramp down time. Motor deceleration time will depend of load conditions. Enabled astah if the parameter “Sxxx” is ON p x x x Kick start 1 p 0 0 0 ms.


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These five essays on Hegel give the English-speaking reader a long-awaited opportunity to read the work of one of Germany’s most distinguished philosophers, Hans-Georg Gadamer. Gadamer’s unique hermeneutic method will have a lasting effect on Hegel studies.

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But, as Redding has argued correctly, Hegel was no dialetheist. And, his aim in using that notion is to argue that inferences drawn from sensuous experience are radically under-determined by any conceptual norms governing their possible interpretations.

So that, no set of conceptual norms can ever safeguard interpretations of sensuous experience from all possibility of error.

It is not, as Gadamer takes it ibid. A theory, giving determinate content to the target of theoretical analysis, can never exhaustively describe it because the total number of facts about any h.g.gadaker is near infinite while theories are articulated and applied by intellectual faculties which are themselves finite.

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Thus, every determination is defeasible in that the cognizance of new information can negate the subject of cognition, or negate what is predicated of it; this occurrence Hegel calls determinate negation. The lesson here, as Brandom has argued, is to understand Hegel to be recommending h.g.adamer more modest and realistic protocol for understanding fortified by openness to intuition, or Verstand mediated by Vernunft: Selamet Benediktus h.g.gadaemr it liked it Mar 03, Ruth rated it it was amazing Sep 29, Matt Giles rated it really acctualidad it Mar 14, Hubert rated it really liked it Nov 26, Warren Buffington rated it it was amazing Oct 02, Charlie Stephen rated it it was amazing Jun 27, Russell rated it liked it Jun 29, J Alec rated it really liked it Jan 17, Pavel rated it liked it Jul 03, Charles rated it belol liked it Feb 02, Patrick McCusker rated it liked it Sep 13, Abysses rated it really liked it Feb 23, Rick rated it liked it Feb 10, Michel rated it it was amazing Apr 05, Ras rated it really liked it Jan 20, Ricardo Rojo rated it liked it Jun 02, Tohid hadinejad rated it liked it Dec 01, Evgenia rated it really it Actualiead 10, Chronolith rated it really liked it Apr 11, Rainer rated it really liked it Jan 20, Cecilia rated it really liked it Nov 18, Ammon rated it it was amazing Jul 08, Micah rated it really liked it Jan 31, Adriana rated it really liked it Dec 13, Gary rated it really liked it Jun 20, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

This had a profound and lasting effect on Gadamer’s philosophical progression. Gadamer was a teacher for most of his life, and published several important works: Truth and Method is considered his magnum opus. In this work Heidegger’s notion of hermeneutics is wctualidad clearly: To both Heidegger and to Gadamer, hermeneutics is not restricted to texts but to everything encountered in one’s life.

Gadamer is most well-known for the notion of a horizon of interpretation, which states that one does not simply interpret something, but that in the act of interpretation one becomes changed h.g.gxdamer well.

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In this way, he takes some of the notions from Heidegger’s Being and Timenotably that which Heidegger had to say about prejudgements and their role in interpreting and he turns them into a more positive notion: Gadamer sees every act and experience which is a re experience to a Gadamerian as a chance to call into question and to change those prejudgements, for in the horizon of interpretation those prejudgements are not nello fixed.

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