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Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1488023913
Publisher: Harlequin
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Intertwined by Book Resume:

Before the White Rabbit Chronicles, before Firstlife, New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter wrote the Intertwined series, featuring a sixteen-year-old boy with four other souls trapped in his head… Aden Stone has always been different. Despite his best efforts, he’s also been trouble. Living in a halfway house for wayward teens, he does his best to appear normal. Thanks to the souls sharing prime real estate inside his mind, he can raise the dead, time travel, possess other bodies and predict the future, but he can’t always control the abilities. And that’s the least of his worries! Creatures of myth and legend sense him...and now, they are hunting him. In this dark world of intrigue and danger, vampires and werewolves are out for blood—his. Can he trust the beautiful vampiress who claims she wants to help him? Will he find love…or the ultimate betrayal? Originally published in 2009.


Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1616734663
Author: Lexi Boeger
Publisher: Quarry Books
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Intertwined by Lexi Boeger Book Resume:

This book is a delight to the enthusiastic fiber crowd that is growing by leaps and bounds. It captures all the excitement of experimental, handspun yarns, and includes recipes for handspun yarns, project ideas for knitters and crocheters, tips on how to use one-of-a-kind handspun yarns (whether you spin them or buy them at yarn boutiques), and a gallery of handmade creations. The book also features profiles, anecdotes, essays, and thoughts on fiber arts and the creative process. Contributors range from Alpaca farmers and cutting-edge spinners to well-known knitwear designers.


Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1300193891
Author: Lucey Knight
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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Intertwined by Lucey Knight Book Resume:

Chace once had it all. Now all he has are memories and a glimpse through a window of what once his past but has rapidly become his sorted future. His decent into darkness has become a journey he will yet to understand until the end.


Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781467068901
Author: Dee Tracy
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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Intertwined by Dee Tracy Book Resume:

Do you have a curiosity about God? Perhaps you are in a deeply committed relationship with Him. Regardless of where you are in life, this compelling story will touch your heart and soul, as it is an invitation to live moment by moment walking beside Jesus. Written in journal format, it includes written excerpts from the author's personal prayer journal and scriptures, as well as many of her own illustrations. It consists of personal passages about her walk and spiritual growth as she was diagnosed with a serious illness. Intertwined My Heart with His will encourage you, wherever you are in life, to allow yourself the freedom to live in the moment. It will teach you how to listen to God's Word to guide and inspire you in this journey called life.

Timelines Intertwined

Timelines Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1683481240
Author: R. Scott Rice
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
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Timelines Intertwined by R. Scott Rice Book Resume:

<<>> Clayton Ambrose (Clay), is the genius son of a Bill Gates-type father, Jon Ambrose from Texas, and an intellectual mother, Jessica Brinkley from Boston. When he is at the age of five, his mother thinks that she is steering him toward a life of her same highbrow pursuits. Instead, she unknowingly instills his fascination for science, putting him on a lifelong quest to achieve time travel. He fulfills this goal but with terrible consequences. As a small child, Clay’s father had created a protocol that stops hackers, allowing him to become a very rich man. His son, through his accidental misuse of his time travel creation, his TYMESuit, undoes that protocol, resulting in the hackers taking down the electric grid. This sets up the conditions for terrorists and renegade states to do further harm to the United States, as well as the world. At first, Clay doesn’t recognize what he has done. It takes the realization that he has lost the love of his life, the beautiful and intelligent Melissa Fairchild, to force him into a new reality. He spends the rest of his efforts trying to undo the damage. This takes him to his father’s ranch in Texas, Boston, where he grew up, and Europe, all taking place at different times in the future. These interim efforts fail only to generate new timelines that take him further from his goal of returning to normalcy. He finally achieves mixed success with the help of his dead father, his robot Clarence, and the Vatican. The story is told interspersed with predictions for the future, adding to the intrigue and humor, breaking the suspense. Many of the characters serve multiple roles as they travel through the different timelines. The question is, which one will prevail?

Worlds Intertwined

Worlds Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1453526811
Author: Golda Fruchter Brunhild
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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Worlds Intertwined by Golda Fruchter Brunhild Book Resume:

WORLDS INTERTWINED Brunhild writes a brilliant family saga, with themes of love, loss, courage and triumph. Her psychological study of two families, with matriarchs from opposite sides of the socio-economic spectrum, demonstrates the character strengths carried down through the generations. As she weaves this colorful family saga, you are drawn into their fascinating stories with the descriptive tales of hardships and celebrations. This memorable tale honors tradition and history, As both families struggle with transition and adjustment to eventually find the balance of humor and compassion to survive any hardship. it is truly a remembrance of times gone by, and of the enduring history that contributes To The people we become. As you grow familiar with these lively characters And The rich tapestry of memorable events which contribute To The families' foundation and growth, you will feel as though you have known them forever. I highly recommend this book as a catalyst for you to become inspired to explore and discover your own family history as you are enmeshed in "Worlds Intertwined"! Laura Pinkham, LCSW Educator and Clinical Social Worker "Family," "Mishbucha," "Familia," Family forms and informs us about whom we are And The impact we have on neighbors, villages, cities, countries, and entire civilizations. Family is the glue that holds us all together. Worlds Intertwined by Golda Fruchter Brunhild is a thoughtful, loving story about two families—their struggles, endurance, sacrifices, and compromises. Ultimately, however, its central importance is the relationship of each member To The social unit as a whole. As I read, I shed tears, laughed, was horrified, and delighted by this personal narrative and its vividly described characters. They were real. Ms. Brunhild's book is an indescribable legacy for her family and descendants. I would wish all could be so fortunate as to know the history of our parent's and grandparent's past. Maybe her book will be an impetus to others to cozy up to their laptop, computer, legal pad, or notebook and begin writing their memories to share with their families. I am so grateful that she has chosen to also share them with her readers. Rebecca Stone, M.S., Community Development University of Maryland. (and single mother of an adopted special needs son.)

Gena Showalter Intertwined Complete Collection

Gena Showalter Intertwined Complete Collection [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1488024006
Author: Gena Showalter
Publisher: Harlequin
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Gena Showalter Intertwined Complete Collection by Gena Showalter Book Resume:

Before the White Rabbit Chronicles, before Firstlife, New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter wrote the Intertwined series, featuring a sixteen-year-old boy with four other souls trapped in his head—now available in this complete collection! Aden Stone has always been different. Despite his best efforts, he’s also been trouble. Living in a halfway house for wayward teens, he does his best to appear normal. Thanks to the souls sharing prime real estate inside his mind, he can raise the dead, time travel, possess other bodies and predict the future, but he can’t always control the abilities. And that’s the least of his worries! Creatures of myth and legend sense him...and now, they are hunting him. In this dark world of intrigue and danger, vampires and werewolves are out for blood—his. Can he trust the beautiful vampiress who claims she wants to help him? Will he find love…or the ultimate betrayal? Don’t miss a single thrilling and wildly romantic moment as Aden’s fate intertwines, unravels, and twists into an unforgettably exhilarating and shocking adventure! Originally published in 2009, 2010, 2011.


Twisted [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1488023999
Author: Gena Showalter
Publisher: Harlequin
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Twisted by Gena Showalter Book Resume:

Before the White Rabbit Chronicles, before Firstlife, New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter wrote the Intertwined series, featuring a sixteen-year-old boy with four other souls trapped in his head. Get ready! In book 3, Twisted, Aden Stone’s adventures take a shocking turn… Aden Stone has had a hell of a week. He’s been: Tortured by angry witches—check. Hypnotized by a vengeful fairy—check. Spied on by the most powerful vampire in existence—check. Killed twice—check and mate. His vampire girlfriend might have brought him back to life, but he's never felt more out of control. Now darkness is growing within him, taking over…changing him. Worse, death stalks him at every turn, proving any day could be his last. Life can’t get any worse. Can it? Originally published in 2011.

Intertwined Lives

Intertwined Lives [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9386797275
Author: Jairam Ramesh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Intertwined Lives by Jairam Ramesh Book Resume:

This is the first definitive biography of arguably India’s most influential and powerful civil servant: P.N. Haksar, Indira Gandhi’s alter ego during her period of glory. Educated in the sciences and trained in law, Haksar was a diplomat by profession and a communist-turned-democratic socialist by conviction. He had known Indira Gandhi from their student days in London in the late-1930s, even though family links predated this friendship. They kept in touch, and in May 1967, she plucked him out of his diplomatic career and appointed him secretary in the prime minister’s Secretariat. This is when he emerged as her ideological beacon and moral compass, playing a pivotal role in her much-heralded achievements including the nationalization of banks, abolition of privy purses and princely privileges, the Indo-Soviet Treaty, the creation of Bangladesh, rapprochement with Sheikh Abdullah, the Simla and New Delhi Agreements with Pakistan, the emergence of the country as an agricultural, space and nuclear power and, later, the integration of Sikkim with India. This power and influence notwithstanding, Haksar chose to walk away from Indira Gandhi in January 1973. She, however, persuaded him to soon return, first as her special envoy and later as deputy chairman of the Planning Commission where he left his distinctive imprint. Exiting government once and for all in May 1977, he then continued to be associated with a number of academic institutions and became the patron for various national causes like protecting India’s secular traditions, propagating of a scientific temper, strengthening the public sector and deepening technological self-reliance. Successive prime ministers sought his counsel and in May 1987, he initiated the reconstruction of India’s relations with China. He remained an unrepentant Marxist and one of India’s most respected elder statesman and leading public figures till his death in November 1998. Drawing on Haksar’s extensive archives of official papers, memos, notes and letters, Jairam Ramesh presents a compelling chronicle of the life and times of a truly remarkable personality who decisively shaped the nation’s political and economic history in the 1960s and 1970s that continues to have relevance for today’s India as well. Written in Ramesh’s inimitable style, this work of formidable scholarship brings to life a man who is fast becoming a victim of collective amnesia.


Portals [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1532604459
Author: William R. Miller,Lillian Kathleen Homer
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Portals by William R. Miller,Lillian Kathleen Homer Book Resume:

Portals tells intertwining true life stories of adopting and being adopted as an older child. Spanning forty years of development the saga is told both from the perspective of Lillian, adopted at age nine, and of her adoptive father, each of them writing alternating chapters. Lillian frankly relates the harrowing abuse and neglect of her early childhood as well as her turbulent post-adoption adolescence including runaways, hospitalization, and leaving home at seventeen. Her psychologist father, William Miller, offers an honest inside perspective on the challenges of parenting a child through these turbulent years. Ultimately it is a redeeming tale of persistent love and post-traumatic growth as the two streams of their lives flow together in adoption and then apart again as Lillian nurtures a family of her own.


Intertwined [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1524103500
Author: Fabrice Sapolsky
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
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Intertwined by Fabrice Sapolsky Book Resume:

A murder. A mysterious league of protectors operating in the shadows. A legacy to protect. A city to save from filth, corruption and gangs. A girl who has to pose as a man to protect herself and her heritage. A young Kung Fu student lost in a concrete jungle he never chose to... Welcome to the world of Intertwined. It's 1971 and for Juan Jin, life is about to become hell! He didn't ask to be a hero. He didn't ask to go to Chinatown. He only wanted to follow the way of Wing Chun, the Kung Fu style he masters brilliantly... but destiny had other plans for him! The first ever Kung Fu Noir graphic novel, from Fabrice Sapolsky (Spider-Man Noir, One-Hit Wonder) and hot new French sensation and Kung Fu practitioner Fred Pham Chuong!

Horizontal Vertigo

Horizontal Vertigo [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1524748897
Author: Juan Villoro
Publisher: Pantheon
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Horizontal Vertigo by Juan Villoro Book Resume:

At once intimate and wide-ranging, and as enthralling, surprising, and vivid as the place itself, this is a uniquely eye-opening tour of one of the great metropolises of the world, and its largest Spanish-speaking city. Horizontal Vertigo: The title refers to the fear of ever-impending earthquakes that led Mexicans to build their capital city outward rather than upward. With the perspicacity of a keenly observant flaneur, Juan Villoro wanders through Mexico City seemingly without a plan, describing people, places, and things while brilliantly drawing connections among them. In so doing he reveals, in all its multitudinous glory, the vicissitudes and triumphs of the city ’s cultural, political, and social history: from indigenous antiquity to the Aztec period, from the Spanish conquest to Mexico City today—one of the world’s leading cultural and financial centers. In this deeply iconoclastic book, Villoro organizes his text around a recurring series of topics: “Living in the City,” “City Characters,” “Shocks,” “Crossings,” and “Ceremonies.” What he achieves, miraculously, is a stunning, intriguingly coherent meditation on Mexico City’s genius loci, its spirit of place.

Intertwined Worlds

Intertwined Worlds [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1400862736
Author: Hava Lazarus-Yafeh
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Intertwined Worlds by Hava Lazarus-Yafeh Book Resume:

Exploring the lively polemics among Jews, Christians, and Muslims during the Middle Ages, Hava Lazarus-Yafeh analyzes Muslim critical attitudes toward the Bible, some of which share common features with both pre-Islamic and early modern European Bible criticism. Unlike Jews and Christians, Muslims did not accept the text of the Bible as divine word, believing that it had been tampered with or falsified. This belief, she maintains, led to a critical approach to the Bible, which scrutinized its text as well as its ways of transmission. In their approach Muslim authors drew on pre-Islamic pagan, Gnostic, and other sectarian writings as well as on Rabbinic and Christian sources. Elements of this criticism may have later influenced Western thinkers and helped shape early modern Bible scholarship. Nevertheless, Muslims also took the Bible to predict the coming of Muhammad and the rise of Islam. They seem to have used mainly oral Arabic translations of the Hebrew Bible and recorded some lost Jewish interpretations. In tracing the connections between pagan, Islamic, and modern Bible criticism, Lazarus-Yafeh demonstrates the importance of Muslim mediation between the ancient world and Europe in a hitherto unknown field. Originally published in 1992. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

The Horn of Africa since the 1960s

The Horn of Africa since the 1960s [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317028562
Author: Aleksi Ylönen,Jan Záhořík
Publisher: Routledge
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The Horn of Africa since the 1960s by Aleksi Ylönen,Jan Záhořík Book Resume:

The Horn of Africa has long been one of the most dynamic and politically turbulent sub-regions on the African continent. Host to great ancient civilizations, diverse peoples, and expansive states, the region has experienced massive social, economic, and political transformations which have given rise to military coups, revolutions and intractable ethnic, socio-economic, and religious conflicts. This comprehensive volume brings together a team of expert scholars who analyze international, regional, national, and local affairs in the Horn of Africa. The chapters demonstrate the intertwined nature of the actors and forces shaping political realities. The case studies, focusing on Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, and South Sudan eloquently illustrate the complex dynamics connecting the spectrum of political issues in the region. The Horn of Africa since the 1960s will be of interest to students and scholars of contemporary Africa and political science.

On the Backs of Tortoises

On the Backs of Tortoises [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0300249152
Author: Elizabeth Hennessy
Publisher: Yale University Press
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On the Backs of Tortoises by Elizabeth Hennessy Book Resume:

An insightful exploration of the iconic Galápagos tortoises, and how their fate is inextricably linked to our own in a rapidly changing world The Galápagos archipelago is often viewed as a last foothold of pristine nature. For sixty years, conservationists have worked to restore this evolutionary Eden after centuries of exploitation at the hands of pirates, whalers, and island settlers. This book tells the story of the islands’ namesakes—the giant tortoises—as coveted food sources, objects of natural history, and famous icons of conservation and tourism. By doing so, it brings into stark relief the paradoxical, and impossible, goal of conserving species by trying to restore a past state of prehistoric evolution. The tortoises, Elizabeth Hennessy demonstrates, are not prehistoric, but rather microcosms whose stories show how deeply human and nonhuman life are entangled. In a world where evolution is thoroughly shaped by global history, Hennessy puts forward a vision for conservation based on reckoning with the past, rather than trying to erase it.

Late in the Day

Late in the Day [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1473560551
Author: Tessa Hadley
Publisher: Random House
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Late in the Day by Tessa Hadley Book Resume:

'Unflinching, intelligent and fascinating' Marian Keyes The lives of two close-knit couples are irrevocably changed by an untimely death in this Sunday Times bestselling novel Alex and Christine and Zach and Lydia have been inseparable since their twenties. From student house-shares and grubby pubs to proper homes and grown-up careers, the two couples' lives have been interlinked for decades. Then one evening, Alex and Christine receive a call from a distraught Lydia. Zach is dead. Inconsolable, Lydia moves in with Alex and Christine. But instead of their loss bringing them closer, the three of them find that love and sorrow give way to anger and bitterness as old entanglements and resentments rise from the past. 'A fine-grained novel of friendship, loss and jealousy' Sunday Times, *100 Great 21-Century Novels*

Spatio-temporal Intertwining

Spatio-temporal Intertwining [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3319062360
Author: Michela Summa
Publisher: Springer
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Spatio-temporal Intertwining by Michela Summa Book Resume:

This volume explores Husserl’s theory of sensibility and his conceptualization of spatial and temporal constitution. The author maps the linkages between Husserl’s ‘transcendental aesthetic’, the theory of pure experience in empirio-criticism, as well as Immanuel Kant’s transcendental philosophy. The core argument in this analysis centers on the relationship between spatiality and temporality in Husserl’s philosophy. The study interrogates Husserl’s understanding of the relationship between spatiality and temporality in terms of stratifications, analogies and parallelisms. It incorporates a discussion of the potentialities and limitations of such an understanding. It concludes that such limits can be overcome by adopting an understanding of spatiality and temporality as interwoven moments of sensible experience—a ‘spatio-temporal intertwining’. This ‘intertwining’ is made explicit in a thorough inquiry into three central topics in the phenomenological analysis of sensible experience: spatio-temporal individuation, perspectival givenness and bodily experience. The book shows how such an inquiry can form the bedrock of a dynamic and relational understanding of experience as a whole.

Energy and Humanity

Energy and Humanity [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1527542424
Author: Jami Hossain
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Energy and Humanity by Jami Hossain Book Resume:

Sometime around three million years ago, the first hominid walked on this planet. In the time which has elapsed since then, the descendant of this biped has evolved to reach the top of the food chain. Furthermore, it has manipulated other lifeforms and Earth’s resources in a manner that makes these entirely subservient to only one species, homo sapiens. In a period less than 0.007% of Earth’s age, man has dramatically altered both the biosphere and the climate. This text argues that intelligent manipulation of ‘energy’ is at the heart of human supremacy. Energy is intertwined in an intricate manner with everything that happens around us. From the very beginning, nearly three million years ago, up until today, the human race has evolved and progressed by gaining mastery and control over energy. This book presents an insightful description of the evolution of human civilization from an energy perspective, showing that ‘energy’ is the vehicle that has catapulted the human race to a commanding position on Earth. From rudimentary Stone Age tools to classical physics, from animal power to the steam engine, and from relativity and quantum theory to geo-politics and climate change, drawing upon multiple disciplines, it weaves a fascinating story of the history of “energy” in human civilization. It also discusses the “dark side” of energy, exemplified by climate change, pollution, and deforestation, which is compelling modern human civilization to once again go into an energy transition mode, as well as those forms of energy which can counteract such forces: renewable and smart energy and their associated innovations.


Unraveled [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1488023964
Author: Gena Showalter
Publisher: Harlequin
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Unraveled by Gena Showalter Book Resume:

Before the White Rabbit Chronicles, before Firstlife, New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter wrote the Intertwined series, featuring a sixteen-year-old boy with four other souls trapped in his head. Aden Stone’s adventures continue in book 2, UNRAVELED… Since coming to Crossroads, Oklahoma, former outcast Aden Stone has been living the good life. Never mind that one of his best friends is a werewolf, his girlfriend is a vampire princess who hungers for his blood, and he’s supposed to be crowned Vampire King—while still a human! Well, kind of. With four—oops, three now—human souls living inside his head, Aden has always been "different" himself. These souls can time-travel, raise the dead, possess another’s mind and, his least favorite these days, tell the future. The forecast for Aden? A knife through the heart. A war is brewing between the creatures of the dark, and Aden is somehow at the center of it all. But he isn’t about to lie down and accept his destiny without a fight. Not when his new friends have his back, not when Victoria has risked her own future to be with him, and not when he has a reason to live for the first time in his life…. Originally published in 2010.

The Map of Salt and Stars

The Map of Salt and Stars [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1501169106
Author: Zeyn Joukhadar
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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The Map of Salt and Stars by Zeyn Joukhadar Book Resume:

This powerful and lyrical debut novel is to Syria what The Kite Runner was to Afghanistan; the story of two girls living eight hundred years apart—a modern-day Syrian refugee seeking safety and an adventurous mapmaker’s apprentice—“perfectly aligns with the cultural moment” (The Providence Journal) and “shows how interconnected two supposedly opposing worlds can be” (The New York Times Book Review). This “beguiling” (Seattle Times) and stunning novel begins in the summer of 2011. Nour has just lost her father to cancer, and her mother moves Nour and her sisters from New York City back to Syria to be closer to their family. In order to keep her father’s spirit alive as she adjusts to her new home, Nour tells herself their favorite story—the tale of Rawiya, a twelfth-century girl who disguised herself as a boy in order to apprentice herself to a famous mapmaker. But the Syria Nour’s parents knew is changing, and it isn’t long before the war reaches their quiet Homs neighborhood. When a shell destroys Nour’s house and almost takes her life, she and her family are forced to choose: stay and risk more violence or flee across seven countries of the Middle East and North Africa in search of safety—along the very route Rawiya and her mapmaker took eight hundred years before in their quest to chart the world. As Nour’s family decides to take the risk, their journey becomes more and more dangerous, until they face a choice that could mean the family will be separated forever. Following alternating timelines and a pair of unforgettable heroines coming of age in perilous times, The Map of Salt and Stars is the “magical and heart-wrenching” (Christian Science Monitor) story of one girl telling herself the legend of another and learning that, if you listen to your own voice, some things can never be lost.

Indigenous Places and Colonial Spaces

Indigenous Places and Colonial Spaces [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1315472511
Author: Nicole Gombay,Marcela Palomino-Schalscha
Publisher: Routledge
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Indigenous Places and Colonial Spaces by Nicole Gombay,Marcela Palomino-Schalscha Book Resume:

In the aftermath of colonial occupation, Indigenous peoples have long fought to assert their sovereignty. This requires that settler colonial societies comprehend the inadequacy of their responses to Indigenous peoples’ contestations of existing power relations. Taking an international and contemporary perspective, this book critically explores the extent to which Indigenous peoples are transforming the conditions of their coexistence with settler colonial societies. With contributions from Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers across the humanities and social sciences, the book is divided into four sections that reflect some key arenas of debate: ontological negotiations; assertions of connections to and rights over land; the contradictions embedded in practices of "recognition"; and the possibilities for change based on rightful relationships. From medicine to urban spaces, from love to alternative economies, from acts of citizenship to environmental justice, the chapters of this book provide a grounded analysis of how these spaces of intertwined coexistence are being crafted, resisted, reconfigured, and expanded. Providing concrete insight into the responses of Indigenous communities to the impacts of settler colonialism, this book will appeal to researchers in Cultural Geography, Anthropology, Rural Studies, Political Geography, Indigenous Studies, and Settler Colonial Studies.


Unsheltered [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0062684744
Author: Barbara Kingsolver
Publisher: HarperCollins
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Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver Book Resume:

New York Times bestseller An NPR pick for Best Books of 2018 An O, The Oprah Magazine's Best Book of 2018 A San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of 2018 One of Christian Science Monitor's best fiction reads of 2018 One of Newsweek's Best Books of the year The New York Times bestselling author of Flight Behavior, The Lacuna, and The Poisonwood Bible and recipient of numerous literary awards—including the National Humanities Medal, the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, and the Orange Prize—returns with a timely novel that interweaves past and present to explore the human capacity for resiliency and compassion in times of great upheaval. How could two hardworking people do everything right in life, a woman asks, and end up destitute? Willa Knox and her husband followed all the rules as responsible parents and professionals, and have nothing to show for it but debts and an inherited brick house that is falling apart. The magazine where Willa worked has folded; the college where her husband had tenure has closed. Their dubious shelter is also the only option for a disabled father-in-law and an exasperating, free-spirited daughter. When the family’s one success story, an Ivy-educated son, is uprooted by tragedy he seems likely to join them, with dark complications of his own. In another time, a troubled husband and public servant asks, How can a man tell the truth, and be reviled for it? A science teacher with a passion for honest investigation, Thatcher Greenwood finds himself under siege: his employer forbids him to speak of the exciting work just published by Charles Darwin. His young bride and social-climbing mother-in-law bristle at the risk of scandal, and dismiss his worries that their elegant house is unsound. In a village ostensibly founded as a benevolent Utopia, Thatcher wants only to honor his duties, but his friendships with a woman scientist and a renegade newspaper editor threaten to draw him into a vendetta with the town’s powerful men. Unsheltered is the compulsively readable story of two families, in two centuries, who live at the corner of Sixth and Plum in Vineland, New Jersey, navigating what seems to be the end of the world as they know it. With history as their tantalizing canvas, these characters paint a startlingly relevant portrait of life in precarious times when the foundations of the past have failed to prepare us for the future.

Nobody's Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness

Nobody's Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0393531651
Author: Roy Richard Grinker
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
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Nobody's Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness by Roy Richard Grinker Book Resume:

A compassionate and captivating examination of evolving attitudes toward mental illness throughout history and the fight to end the stigma. For centuries, scientists and society cast moral judgments on anyone deemed mentally ill, confining many to asylums. In Nobody’s Normal, anthropologist Roy Richard Grinker chronicles the progress and setbacks in the struggle against mental-illness stigma—from the eighteenth century, through America’s major wars, and into today’s high-tech economy. Nobody’s Normal argues that stigma is a social process that can be explained through cultural history, a process that began the moment we defined mental illness, that we learn from within our communities, and that we ultimately have the power to change. Though the legacies of shame and secrecy are still with us today, Grinker writes that we are at the cusp of ending the marginalization of the mentally ill. In the twenty-first century, mental illnesses are fast becoming a more accepted and visible part of human diversity. Grinker infuses the book with the personal history of his family’s four generations of involvement in psychiatry, including his grandfather’s analysis with Sigmund Freud, his own daughter’s experience with autism, and culminating in his research on neurodiversity. Drawing on cutting-edge science, historical archives, and cross-cultural research in Africa and Asia, Grinker takes readers on an international journey to discover the origins of, and variances in, our cultural response to neurodiversity. Urgent, eye-opening, and ultimately hopeful, Nobody’s Normal explains how we are transforming mental illness and offers a path to end the shadow of stigma.

Fueling Innovation and Discovery

Fueling Innovation and Discovery [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0309254760
Author: National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,Board on Mathematical Sciences and Their Applications,Committee on the Mathematical Sciences in 2025
Publisher: National Academies Press
File Size: 1822 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 8798832


Fueling Innovation and Discovery by National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,Board on Mathematical Sciences and Their Applications,Committee on the Mathematical Sciences in 2025 Book Resume:

The mathematical sciences are part of everyday life. Modern communication, transportation, science, engineering, technology, medicine, manufacturing, security, and finance all depend on the mathematical sciences. Fueling Innovation and Discovery describes recent advances in the mathematical sciences and advances enabled by mathematical sciences research. It is geared toward general readers who would like to know more about ongoing advances in the mathematical sciences and how these advances are changing our understanding of the world, creating new technologies, and transforming industries. Although the mathematical sciences are pervasive, they are often invoked without an explicit awareness of their presence. Prepared as part of the study on the Mathematical Sciences in 2025, a broad assessment of the current state of the mathematical sciences in the United States, Fueling Innovation and Discovery presents mathematical sciences advances in an engaging way. The report describes the contributions that mathematical sciences research has made to advance our understanding of the universe and the human genome. It also explores how the mathematical sciences are contributing to healthcare and national security, and the importance of mathematical knowledge and training to a range of industries, such as information technology and entertainment. Fueling Innovation and Discovery will be of use to policy makers, researchers, business leaders, students, and others interested in learning more about the deep connections between the mathematical sciences and every other aspect of the modern world. To function well in a technologically advanced society, every educated person should be familiar with multiple aspects of the mathematical sciences.

Knowledge Justice

Knowledge Justice [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0262363194
Author: Sofia Y. Leung,Jorge R. Lopez-McKnight
Publisher: MIT Press
File Size: 502 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 1789277


Knowledge Justice by Sofia Y. Leung,Jorge R. Lopez-McKnight Book Resume:

Black, Indigenous, and Peoples of Color--reimagine library and information science through the lens of critical race theory. In Knowledge Justice, Black, Indigenous, and Peoples of Color scholars use critical race theory (CRT) to challenge the foundational principles, values, and assumptions of Library and Information Science and Studies (LIS) in the United States. They propel CRT to center stage in LIS, to push the profession to understand and reckon with how white supremacy affects practices, services, curriculum, spaces, and policies.

Bats of the Republic

Bats of the Republic [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0385539843
Author: Zachary Thomas Dodson
Publisher: Doubleday
File Size: 786 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 6409259


Bats of the Republic by Zachary Thomas Dodson Book Resume:

"Archetypes of the cowboy story, tropes drawn from sci-fi, love letters, diaries, confessions all abound in this relentlessly engaging tale. Dodson has quite brilliantly exposed the gears and cogs whirring in the novelist’s imagination. It is a mad and beautiful thing.” --Keith Donohue, The Washington Post Winner of Best of Region for the Southwest in PRINT’s 2016 Regional Design Awards Bats of the Republic is an illuminated novel of adventure, featuring hand-drawn maps and natural history illustrations, subversive pamphlets and science-fictional diagrams, and even a nineteenth-century novel-within-a-novel—an intrigue wrapped in innovative design. In 1843, fragile naturalist Zadock Thomas must leave his beloved in Chicago to deliver a secret letter to an infamous general on the front lines of the war over Texas. The fate of the volatile republic, along with Zadock’s future, depends on his mission. When a cloud of bats leads him off the trail, he happens upon something impossible... Three hundred years later, the world has collapsed and the remnants of humanity cling to a strange society of paranoia. Zeke Thomas has inherited a sealed envelope from his grandfather, an esteemed senator. When that letter goes missing, Zeke engages a fomenting rebellion that could free him—if it doesn’t destroy his relationship, his family legacy, and the entire republic first. As their stories overlap and history itself begins to unravel, a war in time erupts between a lost civilization, a forgotten future, and the chaos of the wild. Bats of the Republic is a masterful novel of adventure and science fiction, of elliptical history and dystopian struggle, and, at its riveting core, of love.

Jade Fire Gold

Jade Fire Gold [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0063056399
Author: June CL Tan
Publisher: HarperCollins
File Size: 1890 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 9482026


Jade Fire Gold by June CL Tan Book Resume:

Girls of Paper and Fire meets A Song of Wraiths and Ruin in June CL Tan’s stunning debut, where ferocious action, shadowy intrigue, rich magic, and a captivating slow-burn romance collide. In an empire on the brink of war . . . Ahn is no one, with no past and no family. Altan is a lost heir, his future stolen away as a child. When they meet, Altan sees in Ahn a path to reclaiming the throne. Ahn sees a way to finally unlock her past and understand her lethal magical abilities. But they may have to pay a far deadlier price than either could have imagined. A stunning homage to the Xianxia novel with dangerous magic, fast-paced action, and a delightful romance, Jade Fire Gold isn’t one to miss! “An addictive story that is impossible to put down." —Swati Teerdhala, author of The Tiger at Midnight series "Adventure at its finest. A beautifully rendered story that honors the great wuxia epics.” —Joan He, author of Descendant of the Crane and The Ones We're Meant to Find “An epic adventure!” —Elizabeth Lim, New York Times bestselling author of Spin the Dawn and So This Is Love “Epic in every sense of the word, beautiful as it is sweeping." —Roseanne A. Brown, New York Times bestselling author of A Song of Wraiths and Ruin

The Making of the Bible

The Making of the Bible [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 067426939X
Author: Konrad Schmid,Jens Schröter
Publisher: Harvard University Press
File Size: 670 KB
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Read Count: 2099725


The Making of the Bible by Konrad Schmid,Jens Schröter Book Resume:

The authoritative new account of the Bible’s origins, illuminating the 1,600-year tradition that shaped the Christian and Jewish holy books as millions know them today. The Bible as we know it today is best understood as a process, one that begins in the tenth century BCE. In this revelatory account, a world-renowned scholar of Hebrew scripture joins a foremost authority on the New Testament to write a new biography of the Book of Books, reconstructing Jewish and Christian scriptural histories, as well as the underappreciated contest between them, from which the Bible arose. Recent scholarship has overturned popular assumptions about Israel’s past, suggesting, for instance, that the five books of the Torah were written not by Moses but during the reign of Josiah centuries later. The sources of the Gospels are also under scrutiny. Konrad Schmid and Jens Schröter reveal the long, transformative journeys of these and other texts en route to inclusion in the holy books. The New Testament, the authors show, did not develop in the wake of an Old Testament set in stone. Rather the two evolved in parallel, in conversation with each other, ensuring a continuing mutual influence of Jewish and Christian traditions. Indeed, Schmid and Schröter argue that Judaism may not have survived had it not been reshaped in competition with early Christianity. A remarkable synthesis of the latest Old and New Testament scholarship, The Making of the Bible is the most comprehensive history yet told of the world’s best-known literature, revealing its buried lessons and secrets.

The Politics of Uncertainty

The Politics of Uncertainty [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1000163407
Author: Ian Scoones,Andy Stirling
Publisher: Routledge
File Size: 1938 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 4007472


The Politics of Uncertainty by Ian Scoones,Andy Stirling Book Resume:

Why is uncertainty so important to politics today? To explore the underlying reasons, issues and challenges, this book’s chapters address finance and banking, insurance, technology regulation and critical infrastructures, as well as climate change, infectious disease responses, natural disasters, migration, crime and security and spirituality and religion. The book argues that uncertainties must be understood as complex constructions of knowledge, materiality, experience, embodiment and practice. Examining in particular how uncertainties are experienced in contexts of marginalisation and precarity, this book shows how sustainability and development are not just technical issues, but depend deeply on political values and choices. What burgeoning uncertainties require lies less in escalating efforts at control, but more in a new – more collective, mutualistic and convivial – politics of responsibility and care. If hopes of much-needed progressive transformation are to be realised, then currently blinkered understandings of uncertainty need to be met with renewed democratic struggle. Written in an accessible style and illustrated by multiple case studies from across the world, this book will appeal to a wide cross-disciplinary audience in fields ranging from economics to law to science studies to sociology to anthropology and geography, as well as professionals working in risk management, disaster risk reduction, emergencies and wider public policy fields.

Two Trees Make a Forest

Two Trees Make a Forest [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0735239584
Author: Jessica J. Lee
Publisher: Penguin
File Size: 981 KB
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Read Count: 2285995


Two Trees Make a Forest by Jessica J. Lee Book Resume:

NATIONAL BESTSELLER WINNER of the 2020 Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize WINNER of the 2021 Banff Mountain Book Prize in Adventure Travel Shortlisted for Canada Reads 2021 One of The Globe and Mail’s “100 favourite books of 2020” On CBC’s list of “the best Canadian nonfiction of 2020” An exhilarating, anti-colonial reclamation of nature writing and memoir, rooted in the forests and flatlands of Taiwan from the winner of the RBC Taylor Prize for Emerging Writers "Two Trees Make a Forest is a finely faceted meditation on memory, love, landscape--and finding a home in language. Its short, shining sections tilt yearningly toward one another; in form as well as content, this is a beautiful book about the distance between people and between places, and the means of their bridging." --Robert Macfarlane, author of Underland A chance discovery of letters written by her immigrant grandfather leads Jessica J. Lee to her ancestral homeland, Taiwan. There, she seeks his story while growing closer to the land he knew. Lee hikes mountains home to Formosan flamecrests, birds found nowhere else on earth, and swims in a lake of drowned cedars. She bikes flatlands where spoonbills alight by fish farms, and learns about a tree whose fruit can float in the ocean for years, awaiting landfall. Throughout, Lee unearths surprising parallels between the natural and human stories that have shaped her family and their beloved island. Joyously attentive to the natural world, Lee also turns a critical gaze upon colonialist explorers who mapped the land and named plants, relying on and often effacing the labor and knowledge of local communities. Two Trees Make a Forest is a genre-shattering book encompassing history, travel, nature, and memoir, an extraordinary narrative showing how geographical forces are interlaced with our family stories.

Communities in Action

Communities in Action [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0309452996
Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,Health and Medicine Division,Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice,Committee on Community-Based Solutions to Promote Health Equity in the United States
Publisher: National Academies Press
File Size: 1704 KB
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Read Count: 9379832


Communities in Action by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,Health and Medicine Division,Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice,Committee on Community-Based Solutions to Promote Health Equity in the United States Book Resume:

In the United States, some populations suffer from far greater disparities in health than others. Those disparities are caused not only by fundamental differences in health status across segments of the population, but also because of inequities in factors that impact health status, so-called determinants of health. Only part of an individual's health status depends on his or her behavior and choice; community-wide problems like poverty, unemployment, poor education, inadequate housing, poor public transportation, interpersonal violence, and decaying neighborhoods also contribute to health inequities, as well as the historic and ongoing interplay of structures, policies, and norms that shape lives. When these factors are not optimal in a community, it does not mean they are intractable: such inequities can be mitigated by social policies that can shape health in powerful ways. Communities in Action: Pathways to Health Equity seeks to delineate the causes of and the solutions to health inequities in the United States. This report focuses on what communities can do to promote health equity, what actions are needed by the many and varied stakeholders that are part of communities or support them, as well as the root causes and structural barriers that need to be overcome.


Firstlife [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1460394194
Author: Gena Showalter
Publisher: Harlequin
File Size: 1163 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 3960121


Firstlife by Gena Showalter Book Resume:

The instant New York Times bestseller! "Utterly unique and absolutely riveting—I couldn't put it down! What a marvelously cool world."—New York Times bestselling author Sarah J. Maas From the author of the New York Times bestselling White Rabbit Chronicles series comes book 1 of a brand new series in which life as we know it is merely a dress rehearsal, and real life begins after death. Tenley "Ten" Lockwood is an average seventeen-year-old girl…who has spent the past thirteen months locked inside the Prynne Asylum. The reason? Not her obsession with numbers, but her refusal to let her parents choose where she'll live—after she dies. There is an eternal truth most of the world has come to accept: Firstlife is merely a dress rehearsal, and real life begins after death. In the Everlife, two realms are in power: Troika and Myriad, longtime enemies and deadly rivals. Both will do anything to recruit Ten, including sending their top Laborers to lure her to their side. Soon, Ten finds herself on the run, caught in a wild tug-of-war between the two realms who will do anything to win the right to her soul. Who can she trust? And what if the realm she's drawn to isn't where the boy she's falling for lives? She just has to stay alive long enough to make a decision…

Fateful Triangle

Fateful Triangle [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0815737726
Author: Tanvi Madan
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
File Size: 955 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 9447066


Fateful Triangle by Tanvi Madan Book Resume:

Taking a long view of the three-party relationship, and its future prospects In this Asian century, scholars, officials and journalists are increasingly focused on the fate of the rivalry between China and India. They see the U.S. relationships with the two Asian giants as now intertwined, after having followed separate paths during the Cold War. In Fateful Triangle, Tanvi Madan argues that China’s influence on the U.S.-India relationship is neither a recent nor a momentary phenomenon. Drawing on documents from India and the United States, she shows that American and Indian perceptions of and policy toward China significantly shaped U.S.-India relations in three crucial decades, from 1949 to 1979. Fateful Triangle updates our understanding of the diplomatic history of U.S.-India relations, highlighting China’s central role in it, reassesses the origins and practice of Indian foreign policy and nonalignment, and provides historical context for the interactions between the three countries. Madan’s assessment of this formative period in the triangular relationship is of more than historic interest. A key question today is whether the United States and India can, or should develop ever-closer ties as a way of countering China’s desire to be the dominant power in the broader Asian region. Fateful Triangle argues that history shows such a partnership is neither inevitable nor impossible. A desire to offset China brought the two countries closer together in the past, and could do so again. A look to history, however, also shows that shared perceptions of an external threat from China are necessary, but insufficient, to bring India and the United States into a close and sustained alignment: that requires agreement on the nature and urgency of the threat, as well as how to approach the threat strategically, economically, and ideologically. With its long view, Fateful Triangle offers insights for both present and future policymakers as they tackle a fateful, and evolving, triangle that has regional and global implications.

Integrated approaches to health

Integrated approaches to health [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9086868754
Author: Simon R. Rüegg,Barbara Häsler,Jakob Zinsstag
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Publishers
File Size: 1553 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 6693322


Integrated approaches to health by Simon R. Rüegg,Barbara Häsler,Jakob Zinsstag Book Resume:

One Health addresses health challenges arising from the intertwined spheres of humans, animals and ecosystems. This handbook is the product of an interdisciplinary effort to provide science-based guidance for the evaluation of One Health and other integrated approaches to health. It guides the reader through a systems approach and framework to evaluate such approaches in a standardised way. It provides an overview of concepts and metrics from health and life sciences, social sciences, economics, and ecology that are relevant for the evaluation of the processes involved, as well as the characterisation of expected and unexpected outcomes of One Health initiatives. Finally, the handbook provides guidance and practical protocols to help plan and implement evaluations in order to generate new insights and provide meaningful information about the value of One Health. The handbook is intended for practitioners, researchers, evaluators as well as funders of integrated approaches to health and beyond.

There's Something I Want You to Do

There's Something I Want You to Do [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1101870028
Author: Charles Baxter
Publisher: Vintage
File Size: 515 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 1679699


There's Something I Want You to Do by Charles Baxter Book Resume:

"There’s something I want you to do.” This request—sometimes simple, sometimes not—forms the basis for the ten interrelated short stories that comprise this latest penetrating and prophetic collection from the winner of the PEN/Malamud Award and “one of our most gifted writers” (Chicago Tribune). As we follow a diverse group of Minnesota citizens, each grappling with their own heightened fears, responsibilities, and obsessions, Baxter unveils the remarkable in what might otherwise be the seemingly inconsequential moments of everyday life.

When Cultures Intertwine – the African Way

When Cultures Intertwine – the African Way [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1483693376
Author: Francois van Wyk
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
File Size: 1664 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 4368568


When Cultures Intertwine – the African Way by Francois van Wyk Book Resume:

Tells the story of an African girl and her unbridled love for her masters son. Characters in this true-to-life novel are fi ctitious yet to be found on the South African scene. The story is fi lled with passion, sincere devotion, sacrifi ce, political intrigue, and inevitable hardship suffered by the various peoples of the land in their oftenfutile quest for a better tomorrow.

Intertwine Lives

Intertwine Lives [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1453559620
Author: Dorothy Mehaffey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
File Size: 695 KB
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Read Count: 8160402


Intertwine Lives by Dorothy Mehaffey Book Resume:

Arriving in no man land it is a relief to know others before him had trod the same path a story about life and relations entangled in others emotions of family, lost loves. Mrs. Coon realized her dream and will Bob get the girl he loves? During the eclipse of Mars, there was a wedding on the moon. The beauty of color spectular though this is fiction in real we are on the verge of more space adventure. Of a Space City and shuttle buses. Venus is the planet of love. And helps spread love.

The Intertwining of Culture and Music

The Intertwining of Culture and Music [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1443879460
Author: Frank A. Salamone
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
File Size: 1523 KB
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Read Count: 6753091


The Intertwining of Culture and Music by Frank A. Salamone Book Resume:

This volume explores various kinds of love and the way music reflects them. It is about romantic love, ethnic pride and love, love and the media, and various other loves we have, especially love for popular culture. Throughout, special focus is given to the role jazz plays, as well as other forms of African and African American music, including hip hop, and, especially, the blues.

Black Vine Intertwine

Black Vine Intertwine [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1462005640
Author: Carter Tachikawa
Publisher: iUniverse
File Size: 405 KB
File Format: Pdf
Read Count: 8771209


Black Vine Intertwine by Carter Tachikawa Book Resume:

Black Vine Intertwine In and out, in and out, in and out Through this forest of twists and turns are all the hurt, the pain, the joy, and the anger from years and months past. It's a forest of words and feelings. It was built from phrases and emotions. These are poems that molded and took shape of the black vines weaving their branches. Sometimes they block the path and sometimes they make a way out. But the truth is that they will always be there. To help or to hinter, everyone has to go through this forest and, one way or another, they get out of it. This is poetry. This is life. Follow CT has she leads you through this journey and through all the black vines. Just be careful where you step and watch where you go. And be warned that you may never want to leave.

Sinners Intertwine

Sinners Intertwine [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1490726748
Author: Yami Astral
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
File Size: 812 KB
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Read Count: 6801956


Sinners Intertwine by Yami Astral Book Resume:

Drens; humans with a distinctive eye of an unnatural shape of pupil and color. Mistreated and used to benefit the greedy desires of the dead beats. For Kura, whose past is a mystery to his thirteenth master and dear friend, Luna. His mental journey begins to find out what really happened in his past, something he has long forgotten since leaving the very city who created him.