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📒Sour Grapes by Jon Elster
DESCRIPTION : Drawing on philosophy, political and social theory, decision-theory, economics, psychology, history and literature, Jon Elster's classic book Sour Grapes continues and complements the arguments of his acclaimed earlier book, Ulysses and the Sirens. Elster begins with an analysis of the notation of rationality, before tackling the notions of irrational behavior, desires and belief with highly sophisticated arguments that subvert the orthodox theories of rational choice. Presented in a fresh series livery and with a specially commissioned preface written by Richard Holton, illuminating its continuing importance to philosophical enquiry, Sour Grapes has been revived for a new generation of readers.
📒Sour Grapes A Book Of Poems by William Carlos Williams
DESCRIPTION : "Sour Grapes: A Book of Poems" by William Carlos Williams. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
📒Sour Grapes by Edward Amherst Ott
📒Sour Grapes by Bob Joseph
DESCRIPTION : Melvin and Marty are two of the funniest grapes ever to hang together. Everything upsets Melvin. He's a real pain in the...vine. A constant complainer. If he were on a rose bush, he'd be a thorn! When these two grapes get picked to go to market, things don't go too well for Melvin. "It's too hot! It's too cold!" It's always too...something-or-other. Let's face it, Melvin is one sour grape. Luckily for Melvin, his bestest bud Marty is "as cool as a cucumber" and "smarter than spinach" and is joining him on a fantastically fun adventure that can only be described as truly GRAPE!
📒Sour Grapes by G. A. McKevett
DESCRIPTION : When it comes to sassy private detectives, no one's bigger than Savannah Reid. The feisty, full-figured, steel magnolia of G. A. McKevett's acclaimed mysteries knows how to turn every investigation into a delicious romp, even when she's dealing with a bunch of waif-like beauty queen hopefuls who will kill to be crowned. . . Sour Grapes Things finally seem to be calm and peaceful in Savannah's life, but before she can celebrate by biting into a mouthful of juicy fried chicken, her spoiled baby sister, Atlanta, comes knocking. Atlanta's determined to become a star, and her first step is the Miss Gold Coast Beauty Pageant that's being held right in San Carmelita. Savannah is feeling pretty ornery about the impromptu visit, but she's more alarmed about Atlanta's growing obsession with her appearance. Savannah blames it all on the beauty pageant, where the competition has become so fierce that someone's been driven to murder. Desperate to keep her flighty sister out of harm's way, Savannah digs into a real beauty of a case--and discovers the ugly underside of the wave-pose-and-cry scene. And when it comes to a bevy of backstabbing, sequin-wearing, crown-coveting glam girls, the question isn't who would want to commit murder, but who wouldn't?
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📒Sour Grapes by James A. Bradford
DESCRIPTION : "Golf and life are works of art, designed by the player." Author Unknown This book contains no sex, no scandal, and not even any outrageous claims to make you thin, sober, smoke-free, or fabulously wealthy. So, why in the world would anyone want to read it? Think of it this way. Medical experts agree that stress is bad. As sure as the sun rises, frustration is a big contributor to stress. The sole purpose of this little book is to reduce frustration among golfers. A few hours spent with it will lead to expanding one's enjoyment of the royal and ancient game. No Mulligans combines common sense suggestions for acquiring a sound, repeatable golf swing with proven methods of developing the mental discipline needed to play golf consistently. This book is not a technical manual about grip, swing, stance, or such. Instead, it addresses using the awesome power of our sub-conscious to control both our swing and our emotional response to events on the course. It explains the paradox that less effort and more relaxation will actually improve your game. Anyone who has suffered the frustration of a less than perfect round of golf will benefit from reading this under-sized tome. We believe this includes a fairly large number of people. Without doubt, the best sawbuck you will ever spend on this wretched old game!
📒Sour Grapes by Rachel Goodman
DESCRIPTION : Uncork this delectable Texas Hill Country romance from the critically acclaimed author of From Scratch, the “smart, sexy, and funny” debut that “piles on the Southern charm” (Publishers Weekly). Margaret Stokes is bitter. And not in the robust fine wine or tangy dark chocolate kind of way. She just got dumped, is fed up with her job as a glorified party-planner for the rich, and can’t possibly listen to one more veiled insult from her impossible-to-please mother. So she retreats to the comfort of her grandmother’s ramshackle bed and breakfast, where the wide open vineyards are filled with surprises, from the shockingly delicious wine to the aggravating yet oh-so-tempting man who makes it. Ryan Camden’s easy approach to life encourages Margaret to loosen up and have a little fun, despite her better judgment. She resists the urge to micromanage every detail, embracing the welcome distractions of her surroundings and letting their relationship unfold at a natural rhythm. But when a health scare forces Grammy J to give up the B&B, Margaret begins to wonder if Ryan really is the man he promises—and whether the problems she tried so hard to escape ever really went away.
📒The Sour Grapes Of Dis Union A Sermon On Ezek Xviii 2 Etc by Frederick George LEE
📒Sour Grapes The Wrath Of Unemployment by Patricia Ellyn Powell
DESCRIPTION : There are not many books written about poverty, and for good reasons. Who wants to read about it? Those suffering the most, probably can't read at all. Those educated enough to write about the dilemma, will often realize that a fairly small audience will respond to such a topic, especially in capitalistic America. Rarely does a poor person get the opportunity to have a voice. But that just changed! Sour Grapes: The Wrath of UNemployment follows the real-life attempts of a Louisiana child to make money, from rubbing her mother's feet for a nickel to rubbing Aladdin's lamp, in her dreams of a world where there is no more poverty. Gifted with a free spirit and detached from desire for material wealth, Patricia Ellyn Powell chronicles countless jobs, peppering them with personal philosophy and famous quotations. The result is a work (No pun intended.) that will make one reconsider all things monetary. This contemporary saga is the second in a trilogy that is likely to span decades. Rotten Apples: We've Made Wormsmeat of Education, published by the teacher in 2002, tells the tale of an education system ravaged by injustices. The calls for reform have only grown louder with the passage of time and Powell has proven herself prophetic. Top Banana: A Peel, A Peal and Appeal will surface in due time, the third book in what the author calls a trilogy of Forbidden Fruits. The court case ripens as the writer writes, and that final publication will offer actual documents from the pending litigation that has gripped educators and conspiracy theorists in one of the happiest cities in America.