Despite the seriousness and profundity of its subject matter, this book is written in Celia Green's usual direct and lapidary style, and with the same astringent humour as The Human Evasion and The Decline and Fall of Science .
A selection of letters written by Celia Green, whose position and experience as an exiled academic gives her a unique perspective on modern society, and on the motivation of members of the intellectual establishment.
A blistering and highly amusing attack on the attitudes of the contemporary scientific and intellectual establishment to psychical phenomena and their investigation, and contains many highly-dramatic first-hand case-histories of the kind currently ignored by science.
If you’re a guitarist looking to write in the tradition of songwriting legends, start by reading this groundbreaking book. It reveals the inner workings of some of the most successful songs. Using straightforward language aimed at musicians of all abilities, the nuts and bolts are laid bare – from chords, progressions and riffs to key, melody and...