The Fugitive Blacksmith, Or, Events In The History Of James W. C. Pennington, Pastor Of A Presbyterian Church, New York, Formerly A Slave In The State
James W. C. Pennington's slave narrative tells of his time and experiences before the Civil War, when he was a slave in the South, and of the problems, oppressions, and religious aspects of slavery.
<i>Structuring Events</i> presents a novel semantic theory of lexical aspect for anyone interested in the study of verb meanings. <br><ul><br><li>Provides an introduction to aspectual classes and aspectual distinctions. <br><li>Utilizes case studies to present a novel semantic theory of lexical aspect and compare it with alternative theories. <br><li>Useful for students and scholars in semantics and syntax as well as the neighboring fields of pragmatics and philosophy of language.</li></ul>
The author--John B. Moullette--was a vocational and industrial educator for more than 40 years, domestically and internationally. In this account of his professional writings and events over more than forty years, he provides a 'paper trail' of ideas,efforts and arguments that were required to maintain, promote, and expand 'work force education and training' in an industrial and professional society. He opines the same efforts are required today to sustain 'work force education and training' in order to develop and expand the talents and innovations of the American society for the future. This synopsis details his involvement over 40 years of teaching in and promoting,establishing and operating training programs to prepare persons of all genders and ages to succeed in the 'world of work.'