From the final decade of Pauli's life, nearly 2000 letters survive. These are collected in this fundamental work on the history of physics in the post-war era. Going beyond physics, these letters also shed light on the cultural and philosophical background of our natural sciences.
This volume faithfully reproduces the public correspondence between Mr. Thomas A. Murphy, former Board Chairman of General Motors Corporation, and two accounting leaders, during the latter two's term of service as Chair of the Financial Accounting Standards Board [FASB].
This work, part of a five-volume set, makes available Kurt Godel's writings. The first three volumes, already published, consist of the papers and essays of Godel. The final two volumes of the set deal with Godel's correspondence with his contemporary mathematicians. This fifth volume consists of material from correspondents from H-Z.
A.W.N Pugin (1812-52)was important in e the Gothic Revival, ecclesiology, the origins of the Arts and Crafts Movement, and in architectural theory. His letters are vigorous, direct, often witty, and invaluable for architectural and religio-historical research. The second of five volumes.
This volume attempts to determine the early influence shared between William Dean Howells and Henry James by reconstructing and evaluating documentary evidence of their literary cross-fertilization. The 151 letters included represent each writer's most significant criticism of the other.
This work opens up three new topics in modern Chinese literary history: the intimate lives of Lu Xun and Xu Guangping as a couple; real and imagined love-letters in modern Chinese literature; and concepts of privacy in China.
An edition of selected letters by (and in some cases to) Sir J. G. Frazer (1854-1941), the eminent anthropologist and historian of religion, and author of The Golden Bough. It offers an invaluable insight into British intellectual life at the turn of the century, and also illuminates the composition, and reception, of The Golden Bough itself.