Write as if from the desk of Emily Dickinson with this deluxe note card set, housed in a finely crafted keepsake book box.
Emily Dickinson is the author of an astonishing collection of almost 1800 poems, though only a handful were published during her lifetime. Often considered one of the most important American poets of the nineteenth century, she is known for her beautiful and abstract musings on love, death, nature, spirituality, and identity.
Now readers can celebrate their love of Emily with this finely crafted deluxe note card set. Designed for the letter-writers, note-takers, and card-senders of the world, this set includes:
20 blank note cards featuring classic Dickinson quotes
20 embossed gold sticker seals
A ruled pocket journal
A keepsake box for storage
Designed to look like a vintage book of poetry, this collectible set gives Dickinson fans a unique way to celebrate the words and legacy of their favorite poet.
Whether you're a vegetarian, a raw vegan, avoiding dairy, a meat-lover just looking for something new and delicious or you want to lose weight and cleanse, Emily von Euw, author of the bestselling Rawsome Vegan Baking and newly released100 Best Juices, Smoothies and Healthy Snacks, has creative recipes for savory, mouthwatering main dishes and meals.
Emily's balance of raw and lightly-cooked savory recipes range from Veggie Wraps with Miso Mustard Gravy to Raw Pizza with Spinach Pesto and Yam Burgers with Daikon Fries and Ketchup. They deliver the comfort and complexity sometimes missed in vegan diets-and they're eye-catching to boot. Readers will be left feeling stuffed and satisfied.
Emily's popular blog, This Rawsome Vegan Life, won the Vegan Woman's Vegan Food Blog Award and was named one of the Top 50 Raw Food Blogs. Her tempting vegan eats paired with her spectacular photography mesmerizes a strong following.
In this sweeping and insightful history, Henry Kissinger turns for the first time at book-length to a country he has known intimately for decades, and whose modern relations with the West he helped shape. Drawing on historical records as well as his conversations with Chinese leaders over the past forty years, Kissinger examines how China has approached diplomacy, strategy, and negotiation throughout its history, and reflects on the consequences for the global balance of power in the 21st century.
Since no other country can claim a more powerful link to its ancient past and classical principles, any attempt to understand China's future world role must begin with an appreciation of its long history. For centuries, China rarely encountered other societies of comparable size and sophistication; it was the "Middle Kingdom," treating the peoples on its periphery as vassal states. At the same time, Chinese statesmen-facing threats of invasion from without, and the contests of competing factions within-developed a canon of strategic thought that prized the virtues of subtlety, patience, and indirection over feats of martial prowess.
In On China, Kissinger examines key episodes in Chinese foreign policy from the classical era to the present day, with a particular emphasis on the decades since the rise of Mao Zedong. He illuminates the inner workings of Chinese diplomacy during such pivotal events as the initial encounters between China and modern European powers, the formation and breakdown of the Sino-Soviet alliance, the Korean War, Richard Nixon's historic trip to Beijing, and three crises in the Taiwan Straits. Drawing on his extensive personal experience with four generation of Chinese leaders, he brings to life towering figures such as Mao, Zhou Enlai, and Deng Xiaoping, revealing how their different visions have shaped China's modern destiny.
With his singular vantage on U.S.-China relations, Kissinger traces the evolution of this fraught but crucial relationship over the past 60 years, following its dramatic course from estrangement to strategic partnership to economic interdependence, and toward an uncertain future. With a final chapter on the emerging superpower's 21st-century world role, On China provides an intimate historical perspective on Chinese foreign affairs from one of the premier statesmen of the 20th century.