Living With Adam

Author: Anne Mather
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460347927
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Living With Adam. She remembered Adam as an older brother So, when Maria wanted to getaway from home, who better togo and stay with while she decided what to do with her life? But she hadn't seen him for five years. The Adam she met in London now was a successful doctor—a sophisticated man of the world, who, after all, was not actually related to her. Loren Griffiths was another unexpected factor. She made it clear that Adam was hers and she'd deal ruthlessly with any competition.

Living With Adam

Author: Jeff Allan
Publisher: Blackwattle Press
ISBN: 9781875243167
Size: 38.50 MB
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Living With Adam

Author: Netta Muskett
Publisher: House of Stratus
ISBN: 0755149408
Size: 10.89 MB
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Living With Adam. Yolande Mace has been the object of desire of two men and curiously loved them both. They are, however, very different. Maurice is kind, truthful considerate and steady, and hoping to enter Parliament. Adam on the other hand is erratic, potentially unfaithful, a spendthrift and probably not very reliable. Yolande must make her decision.

Living With Difference

Author: Adam B. Seligman
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520284119
Size: 62.56 MB
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Living With Difference. Whether looking at divided cities or working with populations on the margins of society, a growing number of engaged academics have reached out to communities around the world to address the practical problems of living with difference. This book explores the challenges and necessities of accommodating difference, however difficult and uncomfortable such accommodation may be. Drawing on fourteen years of theoretical insights and unique pedagogy, CEDAR—Communities Engaging with Difference and Religion—has worked internationally with community leaders, activists, and other partners to take the insights of anthropology out of the classroom and into the world. Rather than addressing conflict by emphasizing what is shared, Living with Difference argues for the centrality of difference in creating community, seeking ways not to overcome or deny differences but to live with and within them in a self-reflective space and practice. This volume also includes a manual for organizers to implement CEDAR’s strategies in their own communities.

Heir To The Everlasting

Author: Janice Daugharty
Publisher: BelleBooks
ISBN: 1935661922
Size: 50.92 MB
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Heir To The Everlasting. "[The] epic story of three generations of Southern women at Big Eddy, the home place they love, begins at the turn of the last century with the beautiful, determined Pinkie Alexander, strong-willed matron of the Alexander clan. Pinkie will ensure the survival of her family on their beloved land-- a place where the family cemetery guards the spirit of the past, and where secrets, as well as the dearly departed, are buried"--Publisher description.

Living With Shakespeare

Author: Susannah Carson
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307743403
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Living With Shakespeare. Why Shakespeare? What explains our continued fascination with his poems and plays? In Living with Shakespeare, Susannah Carson invites forty actors, directors, scholars, and writers to reflect on why his work is still such a vital part of our culture. We hear from James Earl Jones on reclaiming Othello as a tragic hero, Julie Taymor on turning Prospero into Prospera, Camille Paglia on teaching the plays to actors, F. Murray Abraham on gaining an audience’s sympathy for Shylock, Sir Ben Kingsley on communicating Shakespeare’s ideas through performance, Germaine Greer on the playwright’s home life, Dame Harriet Walter on the complexity of his heroines, Brian Cox on social conflict in his time and ours, Jane Smiley on transposing King Lear to Iowa in A Thousand Acres, and Sir Antony Sher on feeling at home in Shakespeare’s language. Together these essays provide a fresh appreciation of Shakespeare’s works as a living legacy to be read, seen, performed, adapted, revised, wrestled with, and embraced by creative professionals and lay enthusiasts alike. F. Murray Abraham ● Isabel Allende ● Cicely Berry ● Eve Best ● Eleanor Brown ● Stanley Cavell ● Karin Coonrod ● Brian Cox ● Peter David ● Margaret Drabble ● Dominic Dromgoole ● David Farr ● Fiasco Theater ● Ralph Fiennes ● Angus Fletcher ● James Franco ● Alan Gordon ● Germaine Greer ● Barry John ● James Earl Jones ● Sir Ben Kingsley ● Maxine Hong Kingston ● Rory Kinnear ● J. D. McClatchy ● Conor McCreery ● Tobias Menzies ● Joyce Carol Oates ● Camille Paglia ● James Prosek ● Richard Scholar ● Sir Antony Sher ● Jane Smiley ● Matt Sturges ● Julie Taymor ● Eamonn Walker ● Dame Harriet Walter ● Bill Willingham ● Jess Winfield

Religion And Sexism

Author: Rosemary Ruether
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 157910116X
Size: 18.24 MB
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Religion And Sexism. These essays attempt to fill a growing need for a more exact idea of the role of religion, specifically in the Judaeo-Christian tradition, in shaping the traditional cultural images that have degraded and suppressed women. This book provides, in the compass of a single work, a glimpse of the history of the relationship of patriarchal religion to feminine imagery and to the actual psychic and social self-images of women.

The Dances Of The Blind

Author: Paul Grimes
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595422667
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The Dances Of The Blind. The Dances of the Blind is a look at a hard time three decades gone, or four.. The country was tense with a darkening war that few could understand. Some felt the ground of our nation would give, some that it ought to. This is the story of a group of young folks who for a time had no guidance but their own confusion, and it describes the gestures of this darkness. The pain is in the times. The peace is in the telling, so the author hopes, and hopes that he has brought the fitting word to the page. The word brought kindly down on the wilderness of deed-this, he hopes, will bring some rest to the all the workings of calamity.

Settling Day

Author: Kate Howarth
Publisher: University of Queensland Press
ISBN: 0702252417
Size: 47.59 MB
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Settling Day. Kate Howarth's extraordinary life continues in Settling Day, which follows on from Ten Hail Marys, Howarth's memoir that chronicled her volatile upbringing and the fight to save her son from the forced adoption practices of the time. Thrust out of her son's life while he is still a toddler, teenaged Kate has to rely on her wits and courage to start life anew. Filled with remorse and an unwavering determination to be reunited with her son, Kate begins a journey as she fights injustice and prejudice to create a better life. She amasses a fortune helping build one of Australia's most successful recruitment companies, only to lose it all in a contentious legal battle. Kate once again manages to rebuild her life after a major injury, but is always haunted by her lost son. Settling Day is a remarkable story of resilience that highlights the still prevalent injustices that many women face at work and at home.

Liberated Traditionalism

Author: Ronald B. Allen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1606088386
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Liberated Traditionalism. In the struggle between the sexes, Ronald and Beverly Allen are peacemakers. With feminists they feel fully the past and present pain, the yearning for new freedom and fulfillment. But they also trust the Bible-the source for all that is oldest and best in male-female traditions. To open your mind to what really matters in the women's movement, the Allens take you everywhere: to the incomparable events in Eden and to Paul's perplexing directives in the New Testament; to Betty Friedan in the sixties and a different Betty Friedan in the eighties; to Sarah and Steinem, to Deborah and deBeauvoir, to Proverbs 31 and Archie Bunker. The result is a call to balance, to help you rise from the ruts of injustice and insensitivity, and yet stay in the safe confines of God's design.