From The Oakland Tribune, c. 1984; To Interested Readers: I received the following message pursuant to my failed attempt at locating this review in the online Oakland Tribune archives. / I welcome any assistance researchers may offer to locate this piece. / That era of the Oakland Tribune [1980-1985] is only available on microfilm and is not indexed. So, without knowing exact dates these articles will be very hard to locate. / If your local library does Interlibrary Loan, you could request the microfilm of the Oakland Tribune for that time period from the California State Library through your local library's Interlibrary Loan program. / Best Regards, / Reference Staff / Oakland Public Library
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reviews and long-form essay-reviews of recent full-length books, especially those published by small literary and university presses.
Reviews of a single title range from 250 to 1,000 words. Essay-reviews ranging from 1,500 to 7,500 words contemplate 2 to 5 books, providing readers with a sense of the merits and focus of each title as well as putting those books in conversation with each other, their subject, and/or some aspect of contemporary writing or culture.
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Kevin A. Brown earned his B.Sc. degree (2006) from the City University of New York Baccalaureate Program for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies, headquartered at the Graduate Center. At Queens College and many other campuses of the 23-college CUNY system, scattered throughout the five boroughs, Kevin Brown double-majored in both Spanish as well as literary and technical translating & interpreting. He studied with Gregory Rabassa, translator of «100 Years of Solitude,» among other distinguished faculty from Spain and Latin America. ... [more] View project
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In September 2020, a Coast to Coast AM podcast produced by Toronto radio broadcaster Richard Syrett, aka "Ca
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In this selective literature review, we start by observing that in efficient markets, there is information incorporated in option prices that might help us to design option pricing models. To this end, we review the numerous methods of recovering risk-neutral probability distributions from option prices at one particular time to expiration and their applications. Next, we move beyond one time to
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