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Greek Tragedy - H.D.F. KittoThis classic work not only records developments in the form and style of Greek drama, it also analyses the reasons for these changes. It provides illuminating answers to questions that have confronted generations of students, such as: * why did Aeschylus introduce the second actor? * why did Sophocles develop character drawing? * why are some of Euripides' plots so bad and others so good? Greek Tragedy is neither a history nor a handbook, but a penetrating work of criticism which all students of literature will find suggestive and stimulating.
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Management of a Sales Force - Rosann Spiro, William J. StantonUpdated to reflect the latest, cutting-edge issues, including technology and Internet selling, this book features a strong emphasis on relationship selling and particularly the use of team-selling. Most chapters have a 'team-box' highlighting the principles within a given chapter as they relate to managing selling teams.
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Engineering Economy (13th Edition) - William G. Sullivan, Elin Wicks, James LuxhojEngineering Economy Fourteenth Edition   William G. Sullivan Elin M. Wicks C. Patrick Koelling   A succinct job description for an engineer consists of just two words: problem solver. Broadly speaking, engineers use knowledge to find new ways of doing things economically. Engineering design solutions do not exist in a vacuum, but within the context of a business opportunity. Truly, every problem has multiple solutions, so the question is, “How does one rationally select the design solution with the most favorable economic result?” The answer to this question can also be put forth in two words: