Notes from Frederick Bastiat’s Essays on Political Economy

      Catherine McGrew Jaime
Notes from Frederick Bastiat’s Essays on Political Economy

Frederick Bastiat was a French economist living in the early and mid-1800's, but his economic and political insight is timeless. Here, in this small e-booklet, Catherine shares many of his key points, along with a limited amount of commentary. If you are a conservative and have never read Bastiat's Essays, this is a great way to be introduced to them!So what does a radio DJ's salad and Schrodinger's cat have in common? Absolutely nothing, unless you consider if one of them decides to go on vacation, the salad that is, then all you have is a cat all alone with nothing to do except ponder its existence. So what about the salad? Legend of the Salad Traveler is a lighthearted story of a salad that weighed 5.5 ounces, and it decides to go on vacation; a man unexpectedly ends up in your shower and tells you he knows how to find it. Just make sure you keep enough rocks in your pocket. That's explained later, and it has something to do with moving from universe to universe as this is a story of epic proportions - well not epic, maybe whimsical proportions and fun nonetheless.
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    A Novel Approach to Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors

      Catherine McGrew Jaime
A Novel Approach to Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors

I have been a fan of Shakespeare for many, many years, and have been helping students enjoy reading his plays for over a decade. But sometimes, when a student or adult wants to enjoy Shakespeare without the benefit of a group to read the plays aloud with, it would be nice to have Shakespeare in the form of a novel.I have been a fan of Shakespeare for many, many years, and have been helping students enjoy reading his plays for over a decade. But sometimes, when a student or adult wants to enjoy Shakespeare without the benefit of a group to read the plays aloud with, it would be nice to have Shakespeare in the form of a novel. I have taken much of Shakespeare’s dialogue from Comedy of Errors and tried to add just enough scene and character identification to make the play make sense. I hope you enjoy this novel look at one of my favorite Shakespeare comedies!
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