TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «IDIOPATHY»
The term «idiopathy» is used very little and occupies the 184.787
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IDIOPATHY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to idiopathy
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Shortlisted for the Costa First Novel award 2013, this bitterly humorous debut is a novel of love, narcissism, and ailing cattle.
Diagnose: A Journey With No Name to the End of Idiopathy
An amazing true story with pieces of a puzzle so hazardous that are silently crawling into the veins of Humanity.
... much short of angry resistance, for the earnest and intelligent exercise of its
own powers. This grievous evil, which nobody anticipates at the outset, comes of
employing an official body so constituted that its peculiarity of feeling, its
Unmastered: A Book on Desire, Most Difficult to Tell
With remarkable candor, Angel reflects on the history of her encounters and beliefs, and shows how our lives are shaped by the words we use and the stories we tell.
Riveting and rich with lyricism, BURIAL RITES evokes a dramatic existence in a distant time and place, and asks the question, how can one woman hope to endure when her life depends upon the stories told by others?
The Western Dental Journal
his fellow-men had been shattered. Now some may surmise that my idiosyncrasy
is regard for the truth, but it is not. Our profession has a large number of men who
are in a lamentable state of idiopathy, inasmuch as we do not see their faces ...
Written by twenty-six-year-old rising star Abigail Tarttelin, Golden Boy is a novel you’ll read in one sitting but will never forget; at once a riveting tale of a family in crisis, a fascinating exploration of identity, and a coming-of ...
These considerations appear to afford an adequate explanation of the production
of asthma by fatigue. A toxic idiopathy or hypersensitiveness to a certain protein,
according to certain French authors, depends in part upon the fact that the ...
The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal
This moral idiopathy, which neither proceeds from nor depends on any other
disease, — this itch for seeing memorable places, from which its possessors
relieve themselves instinctively, as cattle rub against a post, is peculiarly English.
Dictionary of the Spanish and English Language: Wherein the ...
Idiopathy, a disease peculiar to some particular part of the body. - IDIOT A, sm.
Idiot, fool, an ignorant person. IDIOTE'Z, sf. Idiotism, silliness, ignorance. IDIOTJ
Mio.sm. 1. Idiotism, peculiarity of expression. 2. Folly, natural imbecility of mind.
Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marco Antonio Barretti, 1832
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «IDIOPATHY»
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IDIOPATHY, by Sam Byers. (Faber & Faber, $15.) In this debut novel, three characters — a former couple, now estranged, and their mutual ... «New York Times, Jun 15»
Only a society as fearful of fornication as ours could have a prize for …
While Dan Greenburg's What Do Women Want? throbs with authorial lust, Sam Byers' rather brilliant Idiopathy treats the same subject with a ... «The Independent, Nov 14»
Theater season shines with variety
Worthwhile productions like “Souvenir” with April Woodall at Montgomery Theatre and Ionesco's “Rhinoceros” from Idiopathy Ridiculopathy ... «The Delaware County Daily Times, Sep 14»
Filer and McBride among SoA award winners
... Byers for Idiopathy (Fourth Estate), Mave Fellowes for Chaplin & Company (Vintage) and Matt Greene for Ostrich (Weidenfeld & Nicolson). «The Bookseller, Jun 14»
The Body Is A Lever: An Interview With Sam Byers
Sam Byers' debut novel, Idiopathy, is a glibly-humorous portrait of thirtysomething discontent - a wry examination of boredom and narcissism in ... «The Quietus, May 14»
The Desmond Elliott Prize 2014: reviews of longlisted titles
Idiopathy by Sam Byers: "Brimming with comic brio and nuanced psychological insight, Idiopathy signals the arrival of an exciting new talent," ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 14»
Writer's joy at booking place in finals
All entries are by residents of the UK and Ireland and Ms Clanchy's competitors for the Costa First Novel prize are Sam Byers for Idiopathy, ... «Oxford Mail, Nov 13»
Costa Book Awards 2013: reviews of shortlisted titles
Idiopathy, by Sam Byers: "Brimming with comic brio and nuanced psychological insight, Idiopathy signals the arrival of an exciting new talent," ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Nov 13»
Never mum on medical mumbo jumbo
She happened to overhear a consultant remarking to a junior, “Idiopathy” referring to her husband. When her enthusiastic brother deciphered it ... «The New Indian Express, Sep 13»
Guardian first book award 2013: finding the 10th title
... savagely brilliant satire of modern life" Idiopathy to Leon Hughes's "beautiful, haunting" Wings of Contrition the list spanned the publishing ... «The Guardian, Jul 13»