By James Kahn, Campbell Black, Rob Macgregor
FOR the 1st TIME in one VOLUME–THE 3 exciting NOVELS encouraged by way of THE BLOCKBUSTER FILMS
With bullwhip in hand, Indiana Jones has unearthed a wealth of old treasures. In Raiders of the misplaced Ark, the fearless archeologist trips from Nepal to Cairo to the Mediterranean, dodging poisons, traps, and snakes, scuffling with opponents previous and new–all in pursuit of an historical artifact that holds the most important to marvelous, invincible strength. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom reveals our intrepid hero in a distant village in India, the place a mysterious previous shaman tells him that his arrival has been foreseen–and that he needs to retrieve a stolen mystical stone. and at last, Indy needs to face the main demanding and private activity of his lifestyles: rescue his estranged father, the eminent professor Dr. Henry Jones, from a Nazi’s lair, and get well the mythical Holy Grail. but Indiana Jones and the final campaign doesn’t suggest the journey is over. . . .
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This story might suggest that the helix of human history is a complex form of linearity, that history is progressive, that the path is upward, even if it involves momentary setbacks. It might suggest that, ideally at least, our educational journey likewise should traverse a continuing spiral of gathering, making, critiquing, gathering more effectively, perfecting the making, deepening the critiquing. On this view, the movement of learning and history rises slowly but steadily from lesser to higher values, from the good to the better and toward the best.
We enjoy the beauty of things, reveling in their exquisite sensual presence. The romantic stage of learning has this character of direct appreciation. It is like reading a novel without filtering it through the lens of some literary theory, or delighting in a rainbow without asking for a scientific explanation of why its colors are arranged as they are, or taking part in a protest march without having weighed the moral and prudential reasons for doing so. We respond spontaneously to the beauty of the occasion, to its vivid and vital immediacy.
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