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The Kershner Families of Maryland, 1731-1977: History, ...

The Kershner Families of Maryland, 1731-1977: History, ...

Mary Kershner Maxwell

Richard Brandon Kershner, Jr. b 17 Nov. 19hh m. Sept. 6, 1966, Jane Elizabeth Bell, b. 15 Sept. 19U5 1. Jesse Erandon Kershner b. 5 Nov. 1970 2. James Williamson Kershner, b 1 Nov. 19^8 m. 18 July, 1970 Barbara Elizabeth Frye, b 8 June, ...
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

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By Mary Kershner Maxwell and Ruth Bownds Kershner. N.p.: Kershner Family Association, 1981. Pp. xiv, 374, il., ports., index, (pbk.) Address Mary Kershner Maxwell, 1622 W. St. Vrain, Colorado Springs, CO 80904. LEA. Report of Research ...
Kershner Kinfolk

Kershner Kinfolk

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Mary Kershner Maxwell, The Kershner Families of Maryland, 1 92. Letter from Patricia Kershner Reid, Sept 2000. 193. Mary Kershner Maxwell, The Kershner Families of Maryland, 1 94. Letter from Patricia Kershner Reid, Sept 2000. 195.
Supplemental Genealogy of the Fell Family in America ...

Supplemental Genealogy of the Fell Family in America ...

Sarah M. Fell

Helen & Jim Kershner Colorado 1938 EBRUARY FELL-KERSHNER Miss Helen Fell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Fell of Lar- -ned and James Kershner, son I of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kershner • of Rozel were married at ten o'clock Friday night at ...
Cultural Studies of James Joyce

Cultural Studies of James Joyce

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R. B. Kershner. desperately wishes to believe. But Frank's narrative threatens to subsume Eveline's own as yet un-authored self as thoroughly as her father's rule does. Brandon Kershner claims that The Bohemian Girl— a. melodramatic story ...
The Best of the rest: non-syndicated newspaper columnists ...

The Best of the rest: non-syndicated newspaper columnists ...

Sam G. Riley

Jim Kershner Rarely will readers of this book encounter any writer who deals as adroitly with the cliches of political correctness as does Spokane, Washington, columnist Jim Kershner. His piece on how Christopher Columbus would have ...
Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Literature: Chronicles of Disorder

Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Literature: Chronicles of Disorder

R. B. Kershner

In pointing out the prolific allusions in Joyce to newspapers, children's books, popular novels, and even pornography, Kershner shows how each of these contributes to the structures of consciousness of Joyce's various characters, all of ...
Mountain Goats are My Weakness: And Other Tales of Life in ...

Mountain Goats are My Weakness: And Other Tales of Life in ...

Jim Kershner

And Other Tales of Life in the Northwest Jim Kershner. going one-tenth of a mile per hour, you can't hurt yourself. Now, I'll just mount back up and continue. . . . I'm having a bit of a problem. It is so steep, I can't get enough momentum to actually ...
Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Literature: Chronicles of Disorder

Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Literature: Chronicles of Disorder

R. B. Kershner

Using theories developed by Russian critic Mikhail Bakhtin, R. B. Kershner analyzes how Joyce made use of popular literature in such early works as Stephen Her 'The interpretations offered here are among the most sensitive and enlightening ...
The Culture of Joyce’s Ulysses

The Culture of Joyce’s Ulysses

R. Kershner

McGlynn (April 2008) Irish Periodical Culture, 1937–1972: Genre in Ireland, Wales, andScotland by Malcolm Ballin (August 2008) Joyce throughLacan and Žižek: Explorations by The Culture of Joyce's Ulysses R. Brandon Kershner THE  ...
Carl Maxey: A Fighting Life

Carl Maxey: A Fighting Life

Jim Kershner

In Carl Maxey: A Fighting Life, Jim Kershner explores the sources of Maxey's passions as well as the price he ultimately paid for his struggles.
The Kershner families of Maryland, 1731-1977

The Kershner families of Maryland, 1731-1977

Mary Kershner Maxwell

Peter Peter Peter Peter (M) Nicholas Nicholas *l20 ac Nicholas *128 ac Nicholas *l28 ac Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas *5 persons Peter Peter* Anth'y* blksmith l50 a Peter *l76 a Peter* BPS Anthony *l50 a Anthony *150 a Anthony Martin *0 ...
History of Western Maryland: Being a History of Frederick, ...

History of Western Maryland: Being a History of Frederick, ...

John Thomas Scharf

Robert Smith, John Cellers, Frisby Tilghman, Adam Ott. 1802.— Martin Kershner, Richard Cromwell, Robert Smith, Frisby Tilghman. 1803.— Martin Kershner, Jacob Zeller, Robert Smith, William Yates. 1804. — John Bowles, William Yates,  ...
Scientific American

Scientific American

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It is a task that was not completed until 1967, when Richard Brandon Kershner, now assistant director of the Applied Physics Laboratory of Johns Hopkins University, found three pentagonal tilers that had been missed by all predecessors who ...
The Value of James Joyce

The Value of James Joyce

Margot Norris

R. Brandon Kershner writes that“The Homeric parallel can be viewed as the hidden figure in the carpet that puts the seal of meaning on the novel, but it can also be seen as nothing but a temporary scaffolding that helped Joyce in his ...
The Cambridge Companion to Ulysses

The Cambridge Companion to Ulysses

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R. Brandon Kershner Ulysses is preeminent among novels that exhibit allusion or intertextuality for several reasons. For one thing, Stephen Dedalus is a dedicated esthete whose thoughts are punctuated with literary and other artistic ...
The Johns Hopkins University Circular

The Johns Hopkins University Circular

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B. RICHARD BRANDON KERSHNER WALTER S. TURPIN, s. B. EDMUND H. UMBERGER, A. B. Physics RAT S. ALLEMAN, A. M. BUKRIDGE JENNINGS ERIC DURAND, s. B. W. RUDOLPH KANNE W. WALTER DURDING, A. B. JOHN H.
Dylan Thomas: the poet and his critics

Dylan Thomas: the poet and his critics

R. B. Kershner

Draws on the relevant critical literature to examine important aspects of Thomas's life and work, investigating such topics as Thomas's public persona, his religious vision, influences on his poetry, and his poetics
Joyce and the Subject of History

Joyce and the Subject of History

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R. Brandon Kershner To articulate the past historically does not mean to recognize it "the way it really was" (Ranke). It means to seize hold of a memory as it flashes up at a moment of danger. — Walter Benjamin, "Theses on the Philosophy of ...
The Twentieth-Century Novel: An Introduction

The Twentieth-Century Novel: An Introduction

R. Brandon Kershner

The only college-level survey of the twentieth-century novel, this very brief and inexpensive guide presents key historical background for, issues concerning, and critical approaches to the modern, post-modern, and contemporary novel.