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Who is Colin Wilson?
Colin Wilson is a writer and film editor.
- profession: Writer, film editor
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by Ann Wolbert Burgess, Professor of Psychiatric Nursing William F Connell School of Nursing Boston College Ann Wolbert Burgess, Cheryl Regehr, Professor Faculty of Social Work and Faculty of Law Cheryl Regehr, PH.D., Albert R. Roberts
by Ann Wolbert Burgess and Cheryl Regehr 44 Key Terms 44 learning objecTives Introduction English writer and historian Colin Wilson refers to the “ warrior tradition” that typified much of life in the early centuries, stating it is not exactly known when piracy and banditry became common in Europe, but it was probably toward the end of the third millennium BC. Wilson quotes the Greek historian Thucydides, who wrote in the fifth century BC that in times ancient to him , the world was ...
Serial Killer Investigations (2008)
The Story of Forensics and Profiling Through the Hunt for the World's Worst Murderers by Colin Wilson
Colin Wilson is a leading criminologist, philosopher, ...
Dreaming To Some Purpose (2011)
by Colin Wilson
Colin Wilson is the bete-noir of the Oxbridge literary establishment.
by Christopher Riches, Michael Cox
Angus Wilson, Colin Wilson, Edmund Wilson, Dame Jacqueline Wilson, ...
Themes, Works, and Wonders by Gary Westfahl
Colin Wilson and John Grant, eds. The Book of Time.
A Critical Encyclopedia by Brian Regal
Fortean author Colin Wilson suggests that there is a connection between the inhabitants of Atlantis and the Neanderthals, saying that it was, in fact, the Neanderthals who founded Atlantis. Like the Holy Grail, the lost city of Atlantis represents something special in the hearts and minds of those who pursue it. The search for Atlantis, like so many of the prizes sought after in pseudoscience, is the search for the self. It becomes a mirror held up to the searcher. Admittedly, the objects of ...
The Walking Dead in Popular Culture and Myth by June Pulliam, Anthony J. Fonseca
A mega-budget adaptation of The Space Vampires, a novel by Colin Wilson (born Colin Henry Wilson, 1931–2013), it was coscripted by Dan O' Bannon. The film details the discovery of an immense alien ship by an exploratory space team.
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