With such a VADE MECUM
D'Artagnan was morally and physically an exact copy of the hero of Cervantes, to whom we so happily compared him when our duty of an historian placed us under the necessity of sketching his portrait.
Disdainful of exams, Hector chooses education in its widest sense as a vade mecum
to inspire his pupils and bring them into the world and all its fascinations.
Lundberg goes on to highlight the presence of a vade mecum
for would-be authors adapted from Tierney of Indiana University and available by clicking on http://images.
Compared to Walffid Kujalas The Flutist's Vade Mecum
and Taffanel and Gaubert's 17 Big Daily Finger Exercises, The Complete Scale Compendium for Flute falls slightly short in the "completeness" suggested by the title yet provides a suitable foundation for a wide variety of scales.
The utility of a single-volume vade mecum
When I was a boy, my bible was G W Maunsell's magisterial The Fisherman's Vade Mecum
, published in 1933.
s adapting the Exercises to a remarkably diverse group of exercitants is an exceptionally valuable resource, a vade mecum
, for those who are either making the Exercises or directing them.
written between 1731 and 1740) included are: The Apprentice's Vade Mecum
, A Seasonable Examination of the Pleas and Pretensions, verses from the Gentleman's Magazine of 1736, his Preface to A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels, Aesop's Fables, Letters Written to and for Particular Friends, and Six Original Letters upon Duelling although the last two appeared in 1741 and 1765 respectively.
In its brief space, Bray-brooke provides a compendious vade mecum
for the dialogue participant.
may well be on its way to a "postmortem" state--a state that evidently began "around 1985"--"1985" indeed being (ironically) Lawrence's centennial, but also a time when Terry Eagleton's trendy, relatively readable (and shallow) left-wing vade mecum
Literary Theory dominated literary-cultural academia and did considerable damage to Lawrence/Leavis as the mean-spirited Eagleton derided the Lawrentian-Leavisite reverence for life (Eagleton, Literary Theory, pp.
The sources consulted are given in three different places: a list of recommended works follows the vade mecum
, works cited in the checklist immediately precede that section of the book, and other works consulted appear at the end of the volume.
It is instead a philosophy of nature in the more popular sense of a creed or handbook, a vade mecum
or pathway whose primary function is to advance the reader--in this case, 'humankind' in general--towards what Foss believes is its naturally evolving place as 'Earth's destiny' (300).