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Preston Epps (July 19, 1930, Mangum, Oklahoma – May 9, 2019, Los Angeles) was an American percussionist

Preston Epps (July 19, 1930, Mangum, Oklahoma – May 9, 2019, Los Angeles) was an American percussionist. Epps learned to play percussion instruments, including the bongos, while he was stationed in Okinawa during the Korean War. After his tour of duty he settled in Southern California, playing in coffee shops and working odd jobs. Arthur Laboe, a local disc jockey, signed him to Original Sound Records, which released his single "Bongo Rock" in 1959. The tune became a hit in the .

The late Preston H. Epps, author of Greek Literature in Translation and Thoughts from the Greeks, was a widely respected teacher and scholar and was a member of the Department of Classics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The late Preston H. Epps, author of Greek Literature in Translation and Thoughts from the Greeks, was a widely respected teacher and scholar and was a member of the Department of Classics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more information about Preston H. Epps, visit the Author Page. Permissions Information.

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Preston exposes a real-life nightmare potentially as lethal as the fictive runaway germs in Michael Crichton’s The . The dialogue comes from the recollections of the participants, and has been extensively crosschecked

Preston exposes a real-life nightmare potentially as lethal as the fictive runaway germs in Michael Crichton’s The Andromeda Strain. Utterly engrossin. ill make your blood curdle. The dialogue comes from the recollections of the participants, and has been extensively crosschecked. At certain moments in the story, I describe the stream of a person’s thoughts. In such instances, I am basing my narrative on interviews with the subjects in which they have recalled their thoughts often repeatedly, followed by fact-checking sessions in which the subjects confirmed their recollections.

In this book eight lectures given before the Lowell Institute in Boston during the late autumn of 1914 are combined with . Ethics has been included without hesitation, for the Greeks themselves, certainly from the fifth century . regarded morals as closely connected with religion

In this book eight lectures given before the Lowell Institute in Boston during the late autumn of 1914 are combined with material drawn from a course of lectures delivered the previous spring before the Western Colleges with which Harvard University maintains an annual exchange-Beloit, Carleton, Colorado, Grinnell, and Knox. The lecture form has been kept, even at the cost of occasional repetition. regarded morals as closely connected with religion.

Thoughts from the Greeks ebook
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