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Heller

1. A subdivision of various German and Austrian currencies in use at different times throughout history.

2. See: Czech heller.

3. See: Slovakian heller.
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Joseph Heller is an ingenious author who thrives on experimentation.
Included with these novels and plays by Heller is an additional monograph, Conversations with Joseph Heller, edited by Adam J.
Donleavy, James Ellroy, Allen Ginsberg, Andrew Greeley, Alex Haley, Joseph Heller, Elmore Leonard, Norman Mailer, Joyce Carol dates, and Neil Simon.
Based on Joseph Heller's novel "Catch-22," this lesson plan presents activities designed to help students understand that active readers evaluate the actions and statements of characters in a novel; and active readers apply the ideas of a novel to contexts outside the novel.
Screenplay, Buck Henry, based on the novel by Joseph Heller.
Joseph Heller. Portrait of the Artist, As an Old Man.
Portrait of the Artist, as an Old Man, by Joseph Heller. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000, 233 pp., $23.00.
In Catch-22, Joseph Heller casts Captain John Yossarian as the last lucid voice in the hysteria of war.
Included are works by HG Wells, WB Yeats, Roald Dahl and Joseph Heller.
Albany County (Wyo.) Prosecutor Cal Rerucha claimed to Laramie Daily Boomerang reporter Nate Green that McKinney's lawyers put the gag order in the plea bargain, perhaps because they "realized their own misdeeds in the trial." Of course, under the terms of this agreement - which reads like the spawn of George Orwell's "1984" and Joseph Heller's "Catch-22" - none of the defense lawyers can contradict that.
* Joseph Heller's Catch-22 started out as Catch-18 but a rival publisher who was about to publish Leon Uris's Mila 18 firmly protested.
Tilting at Mortality: Narrative Strategies in Joseph Heller's Fiction.