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Writing poems from an early age, Brian Chace Boswell has been searching for truth and meaning in a world short of both.In his first collection of poetry, he explores those matters that touch our hearts, while trying to open our minds. Brian Chace Boswell takes us on a journey through the human soul, where love, pain and truth are all travelers on the same road.More than just a collection of poetry, FORWARDS, BACKWARDS, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN is an intimate look into the human soul on a journey of self-discovery.
- Author : Gustav Techow
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1866
- Genre : Gymnastics
- Pages : 143
- ISBN : STANFORD:36105046877978
Teagan and Smith meet a family who are in trouble. They help them to escape back to their own home.
- Author : Candice Christian
- Publisher : Independently Published
- Release Date : 2018-10-13
- Genre : Fiction
- Pages : 198
- ISBN : 1728760461
PREVIOUSLY RELEASED STORIES BY CANDICE CHRISTIAN: * APRIL'S SHOWERS* A STAND UP GIRL* CARNIVAL OF SHAME* LEAVING HER BEHIND* TIGHT SPO
Feminism Backwards is part memoir, part documentary. A founding member of the Irish Women’s Liberation Movement Rosita Sweetman gleefully recalls the triumphs – and the tribulations – of trying to drag a reluctant Ireland into the 20th Century, crucially, re-appraising Chains or Change the IWLM’s famous pamphlet, detailing what life was like for women in 1970s Ireland - appalling. Feminism Backwards is also a howl of despair at how women have been treated worldwide down through the centuries, and how misogyny and sexual repression got such a stranglehold on Ireland. Having a survived a marriage break up Rosita re-found her feminism sadly buried, along with her chutzpah. She passionately believes feminism is not about blaming men, or pushing a few women to the top so they can be ‘she-men’ for the patriarchy. It's about creating a world fit for everyone.
The picture on the front cover of this book depicts a young man pulling a fishnet, a task of practical relevance for many centuries. It is a complex task, involving load transmission throughout the body, intricate balance, and eye head-hand coordination. The quest toward understanding how we perform such tasks with skill and grace, often in the presence of unpredictable pertur bations, has a long history. However, despite a history of magnificent sculptures and drawings of the human body which vividly depict muscle ac tivity and interaction, until more recent times our state of knowledge of human movement was rather primitive. During the past century this has changed; we now have developed a considerable database regarding the com position and basic properties of muscle and nerve tissue and the basic causal relations between neural function and biomechanical movement. Over the last few decades we have also seen an increased appreciation of the impor tance of musculoskeletal biomechanics: the neuromotor system must control movement within a world governed by mechanical laws. We have now col lected quantitative data for a wealth of human movements. Our capacity to understand the data we collect has been enhanced by our continually evolving modeling capabilities and by the availability of computational power. What have we learned? This book is designed to help synthesize our current knowledge regarding the role of muscles in human movement. The study of human movement is not a mature discipline.
The Book of Landings brings together the second and third parts of Mark McMorris’s visionary trilogy “Auditions for Utopia,”—initiated in Entrepôt—and marks two stages in the evolution of the poet’s conception of space. The first stage of the collection is the entrepôt, a space where disparate vectors of identity congregate, come into conflict, and finally merge into hybrid forms. The poetry follows a trajectory of diaspora, or exile, instigated by conquest, colonialism, wars, and political defeat in the search for Utopia. In The Book of Landings the promised dwelling has been removed from the realm of physical geography, and there is only transition—fragmentary episodes of arrival and departure, in transit from one entrepôt to another. These episodes of transit do not only compose a linear sequence only. Instead, they define a space or surface marked by repeated traversals over time—tracings and, importantly, re-tracings, by explorers, conquerors, migrants, merchants, slaves, refugees, and exiles—a city of palimpsests. An online reader’s companion will be available at markmcmorris.site.wesleyan.edu.
Reports of the Commissioners commonly Known as Lord Brougham s Commission appointed in Pursuance of Various Acts of Parliament to Enquire Concerning Charities in England and Wales Relating to the County of Caernarvon 1819 1837
- Author : Great Britain. Commissioners for Inquiring Concerning Charities
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1890
- Genre : Charities
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : UIUC:30112106977306