Brain Train: Studying for Success

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AUTHORS, SOURCES AND NAMED REFERENCES

a
Adam Bede19, 20, 44, 55
Amis, K. 176, 198
Anna Karenina316
Aquinas, T. 34
Aristotle 55
Austen, J. 137 -8

b
Bacon, E 257
Baddeley, A. 323
Bailey, E.P. Jr. 323
Barrass, R. 323
Beethoven, L. van 5
Berlin, I. 209
Bierce, A. 160, 260, 298, 324
Bonaparte, N. 269
Brezicki, C. 205
Bronowski, J. 91
Bronte, C. 93, 315
Bronte, E. 93, 139
Brown, P. 253 -5
Bryson, B. 323
Buzan, T. 15, 61, 150, 222, 323

c
Caine, M. 202
Campbell, R. 205
Carey, G.V. 290, 324
Carey, J. 324
Catcher In The Rye, The24
Chaucer, G. 246, 312
Chopin, E 26
Constable, J. 186
Corfield, R. 324

d
Davis, E. 'Lockjaw' 13
de Bono, E. 323
de Leeuw, M. & F. 324
Descartes, R. 91
Devil's Dictionary, The160, 260, 298
Dewey, J. 201
Dickens, C. 32, 310
Dictionary of National Biography179
Donne, J. 279

e
Ebbinghaus, H. 66 -8
The Economist181
Eliot, G. 5, 19, 20, 44, 55, 97, 286 -7
Elton, G. 158
Emerson, R.W. 21
Emma137, 139
Essay On Liberation, An118

f
Fitzgerald, F. Scott 186
Fowler's English Usage179
Francis, D. 5
Franklin, B. 7
French, R. 125 -6
Freud, S. 23
Friedman, M. 158
Fuller, T. 159

g
Gatting, M. 127 -8
Gibbs, G. 323
Goldsmith, O. 40
Cowers, E. 324
Gulliver's Travels219
The Guardian127, 128 -30
Gutmann, J. 324

h
Hall, A. 223
Hamlet17, 49, 257, 258, 311
Hardy, T. 219
Hemingway, E. 314

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