William Alva Blunden (born December 3, 1969) is the author of several books including The Rootkit Arsenal: Escape and Evasion in the Dark Corners of the System,Behold A Pale Farce: Cyberwar, Threat Inflation & The Malware Industrial Complex, Cube Farm, and Software Exorcism. The jacket of the former work lists his credentials MCSE, MCITP, and Enterprise Administrator. He is also active in the social sciences space and helped author articles appearing in Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology . 
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Division 48 of the American Psychological Association. The journal was established in 1995. It is the main academic journal in the field of peace psychology, and covers research on "peace, conflict, and their interaction at all levels of analysis, from interpersonal to community, regional, national, and international issues." The current editor-in-chief is Fathali M. Moghaddam of Georgetown University.
Good-Bye to All That is an autobiography by Robert Graves which first appeared in 1929, when the author was 34 years old. "It was my bitter leave-taking of England," he wrote in a prologue to the revised second edition of 1957, "where I had recently broken a good many conventions". The title may also point to the passing of an old order following the cataclysm of the First World War; the supposed inadequacies of patriotism, the interest of some in atheism, feminism, socialism and pacifism, the changes to traditional married life, and not least the emergence of new styles of literary expression, are all treated in the work, bearing as they did directly on Graves' life. The unsentimental and frequently comic treatment of the banalities and intensities of the life of a British army officer in the First World War gave Graves fame, notoriety and financial security, but the book's subject is also his family history, childhood, schooling and, immediately following the war, early married life; all phases bearing witness to the "particular mode of living and thinking" that constitute a poetic sensibility.
Edmund Charles Blunden, CBE, MC was an English poet, author and critic. Like his friend Siegfried Sassoon, he wrote of his experiences in World War I in both verse and prose. For most of his career, Blunden was also a reviewer for English publications and an academic in Tokyo and later Hong Kong. He ended his career as Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature six times.
Peace Arch Park is an international park consisting of Peace Arch Historical State Park in the United States and Peace Arch Provincial Park in Canada. The park straddles the international boundary between the United States and Canada at the extreme western end of the main contiguous section of the two countries' land border, where it reaches Semiahmoo Bay of Puget Sound on the continent's Pacific Coast. The park's central feature is the Peace Arch.
Edmund George Valpy Knox, was a poet and satirist who wrote under the pseudonym Evoe. He was editor of Punch 1932–1949, having been a regular contributor in verse and prose for many years.
Andy Blunden is an Australian writer and Marxist philosopher based in Melbourne.
Rosalyn Landor is an English film, television and stage actress and audio book narrator.
Michael Charles Blunden is a Canadian professional ice hockey winger who is currently playing with HCB South Tyrol in the Austrian Hockey League (EBEL). Over his professional career, Blunden has appeared in over 100 National Hockey League (NHL) games with the Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lightning, the Montreal Canadiens, the Columbus Blue Jackets and Chicago Blackhawks.
The year 1766 in Ireland is characterised by certain events, arts and literature occurrences, births and deaths.
The Blunden Baronetcy, of Castle Blunden, in the County of Kilkenny, is a title in the Baronetage of Ireland, created on 12 March 1766 for John Blunden, who represented Kilkenny City in the Irish House of Commons. He was the son of John Blunden, a Member of Parliament for the same constituency.
Blunden Harbour is a small harbour and native Indian reserve in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is located the mainland side of Queen Charlotte Strait – about 25 kilometres (16 mi) northeast of Port Hardy. Blunden Harbour was the location of a Kwakwaka'wakw village whose residents referred to themselves as the 'Nak'waxda'xw, known historically as the Nakoaktok.
The Amazing Mr. Blunden is a 1972 family mystery film involving ghosts film directed by Lionel Jeffries, based on the novel The Ghosts by Antonia Barber.
Godfrey Blunden (1906–1996) was an Australian journalist and author.
The 'Nak'waxda'xw, also known as the Nakoaktok, are an Indigenous nation, a part of the Kwakwaka'wakw, in the Central Coast region of British Columbia, on northern Vancouver Island.
Blunden is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Sir John Blunden, 1st Baronet was an Irish baronet and politician.
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, which was founded in 1968 by Dayton, Ohio native, Jeraldyne Blunden, is the oldest modern dance company in Ohio, and one of the largest companies of its kind between Chicago and New York City.
Shelley: A Life Story is a 1946 biography of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley by Edmund Blunden. The work was favorably reviewed and has been called the best life of Shelley.
Stephen Blunden is a Canadian semi-professional ice hockey forward or left winger who plays for CBR Brave in the Australian Ice Hockey League in Australia. A Canadian youth product, Blunden has risen through the Canadian league and university system with Gloucester Rangers, Belleville Bulls, Ottawa 67’s and the University of Ottawa. In 2014 Stephen expanded his hockey career by linking up with Australian phoenix club CBR Brave. During the AIHL off-season Stephen linked up with French second division side HC Cholet before returning to the Brave for the 2015 AIHL season.
Anna Blunden, later Anna Blunden Martino, was an English Pre-Raphaelite artist. She was a member of John Ruskin's circle and was one of a number of women artists working and exhibiting during the Victorian age. Her best known work is The Seamstress (1854), a piece inspired by Thomas Hood’s poem The Song of the Shirt. Starting her career with oil painting, Blunden eventually moved to painting landscapes in watercolors and these make up a large proportion of her remaining works. Her work was regularly showcased at the Royal Academy and by the Society of British Artists from 1854 to 1867, as well as by the Birmingham Society of Artists.
Cape Coast North is one of the constituencies represented in the Parliament of Ghana. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election. The Cape Coast North constituency is located in the Cape Coast Metropolitan District of the Central Region of Ghana.
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